Archive for the 'Quality of life' Category

Ariz. Voters Would Decide English Issue

Friday, March 24th, 2006

AZ Central
Arizonans likely will have a chance with the November ballot to make English the state’s official language.
In 1988, the state was among the first to declare English the state language. But the Arizona Supreme Court later declared that measure unconstitutional because of First Amendment concerns.
Advocates now are back for another try, pitching another version. […]

Welcome to Maywood - Home Of Illegal Aliens

Tuesday, March 21st, 2006

I’ve already been to Maywood doing recon work for future protests. So beware Maywood, the American’s are coming!

LA Times
At a time when communities across the nation are considering efforts to crack down on illegal immigration, one small city south of downtown Los Angeles is charting a different course.
In Maywood, where 96% of the residents […]

Plight Deepens for Black Men, Studies Warn

Monday, March 20th, 2006

Via Email:
Contessa says - At a time when there are over 14 million unemployed U.S. citizens and the segment most affected by rampant, uncontrolled illegal immigration and the resulting depression of wages and increase in public spending for services related to that are those citizens on the lower-end of the economic scale like the […]

The Big Lie: Illegal Immigration Benefits Americans

Monday, March 20th, 2006

The National Ledger
It’s widely been reported that illegal aliens comprise upwards of 27 percent of the US prison and jail population. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection — two agencies within the Department of Homeland Security — claim in several reports that they’ve apprehended over 100,000 criminal aliens whose offenses go far […]

Bill Would Make English State’s Official Language

Friday, March 17th, 2006

The WBAL Channel
Annapolis, MD — Immigrants from all over the region converged on Annapolis Thursday in an effort to defeat several proposed bills.
WBAL-TV 11 News reporter David Collins reported that one of the bills declares English as the state’s official language and another targets day-labor centers.
Collins said legal aliens and naturalized citizens gathered in opposition […]

I Am Outraged - I Despair For America

Tuesday, March 14th, 2006

by Frosty Woolridge
“I am outraged!” a reader responded concerning the killings of Americans by illegal aliens; by our schools being overwhelmed; by our language being displaced inside our own country and our laws being ignored by aliens and elected officials all the way to the president. “The question is how long before it reaches a […]

“Trim the shrubs.” “Recorte los arbustos.”

Sunday, March 12th, 2006

Contessa says via email -
Bucks County Community College, a publicly funded community college, now offers a “Command Spanish” class. An employer who owns a landscaping firm in Holland, PA is taking the class so they can communicate to their Guatemalan workers (illegals most likely). One of the phrases they learn to say […]

Poll: Californians’ Views On Illegal Immigration Softening

Thursday, March 9th, 2006

Mercury News
Californians’ views on illegal immigration have softened over the last two decades, with an increasing number seeing it as beneficial to the state’s economy, according to a new statewide poll released Thursday.
The Field Poll showed that 47 percent of Californians see illegal immigration as having a favorable impact on the state while 45 percent […]

Poll Finds Voters Tough On Illegal Immigration

Sunday, March 5th, 2006
With debate over immigration heating up in Washington, a Quinnipiac University poll released Friday found that 83 percent of immigrants or their children and grandchildren believe illegal immigration is a “very serious” or “somewhat serious” problem.
The poll also found that 88 percent of all poll respondents share the same opinion. And it said that by […]

Latino’s Future Uncertain

Sunday, March 5th, 2006

Whittier Daily News
The destiny of the country’s 40 million Latinos remains “highly uncertain,” complicated by language barriers and low participation in high-skilled jobs, education and health care coverage, according to a new study.
The future economic strength of a graying nation is intertwined with the well-being of a rapidly expanding, younger Latino population [illegal aliens] that […]

Multi-Lingual Madness

Friday, March 3rd, 2006

American Chronicle
For the following exposes please keep in mind that if the courts and police were not overwhelmed by the massive illegal alien invasion and the crimes they commit, what follows would never need telling . . .
In 2003, the Baltimore prosecutor’s office received a grant [that’s your tax dollars] to translate brochures of the […]

Lawn Services Done With Pride!! By An English Speaking American.

Friday, March 3rd, 2006

CBS4 Denver
Arapahoe County is threatening to fire a veteran Public Works employee for promoting the fact that he is an English speaking American.
“They claim it’s offensive and I’ve been accused of discrimination and harassment, believe it or not, because of this,” said Mike Gray, a heavy equipment operator with the Arapahoe County Road and Bridge […]

Illegal Clown Houses In The ‘Burbs

Friday, February 3rd, 2006

USA Today
The Long Island community where rancor spilled into the streets last summer is just one of several places where anger over immigration is playing out through the issue of overcrowded housing.
Police crackdowns and ordinances limiting the number of unrelated people or extended family members living in a home also have cropped up in the […]

Boston City Council Members Learn Spanish

Thursday, February 2nd, 2006
Saying he and other city councilors need to learn to speak to a changing Boston, the City Council president, Michael F. Flaherty, is arranging to hold weekly Spanish classes at City Hall for council members and their aides.
‘’I’m encouraging everybody to take advantage of this opportunity,’ said Flaherty, who has hired a tutor to provide […]

Long Planned Destruction

Wednesday, February 1st, 2006

Federal Observer
“We must return immigration to a logical, orderly process where people fill out their applications and wait for approval. We must make sure illegal immigrants stop storming our borders. We must establiesh the correct criteria, such as our need for certain job skills or education, for granting the right to immigrate into the United […]