Archive for the 'Elected officials' Category

Vote for Tancredo

Sunday, March 12th, 2006

Virtual Staw Poll

Howard Kaloogian for Congress

Sunday, March 5th, 2006

Upon the resignation of former Congressman Duke Cunningham, the Honorable Howard Kaloogian, who served as State Assemblyman for northern San Diego County from 1994-2000, has officially announced his candidacy for the 50th Congressional district.

Good afternoon, everyone. My name is Claudia Garcia de Spencer. As some of you might guess from my accent, […]

Keep Calling the Senate Judiciary Committee

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006

With the Senate Judiciary Committee set to mark up immigration legislation authored by Chairman Arlen Specter on Thursday, the time to act is now in order to make your voice heard.
The committee will begin by considering the Specter proposal that contains an unlimited guest worker amnesty program which invites the entire illegal alien population of […]

My Friend Tony Dolz Is Running For CA Assembly

Friday, February 24th, 2006

TONY DOLZ is the Minuteman State Assembly Candidate for the cities of Santa Monica, Malibu, Malibu Heights, Pacific Palisades, Topanga, Agoura, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Hidden Hills and Calabasas.
www.dolz.com
THE ELECTION IS JUNE 6TH - With your help we can win!
WHAT IS NEEDED?
1. Campaign Manager, leaders and mentors
2. Precinct walkers […]

Phone Bill Frist

Monday, February 13th, 2006

Phone (202-224-3135) Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) in opposition to guest worker amnesty. Tell his office that you are not pleased to hear reports that he is receptive to expanding border security legislation to include guest worker amnesty.

Boehner, or GOP, Must Bend

Monday, February 13th, 2006

Washington Post
As Rep. John A. Boehner (Ohio) moves to unite his fractious House Republicans, the newly elected House majority leader has another issue to finesse: his own views on some key issues, which have clashed with the stance of much of the Republican Party.
From illegal immigration to sanctions on China to an overhaul of the […]

House Members Urge Fight Against Multilingual Ballots

Thursday, February 9th, 2006

CNS News
Fifty-six members of the U.S. House on Friday urged House Judiciary Committee Chairman James Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.), to fight the renewal of a provision in the Voting Rights Act that mandates multilingual ballots.
‘We believe these ballot provisions encourage the linguistic division of our nation and contradict the ‘Melting Pot’ ideal that has made us the […]

New House Majority Leader Is Weak On Immigration

Friday, February 3rd, 2006

Washington Times
House Republicans voted to change course yesterday, electing Rep. John A. Boehner of Ohio as their new majority leader in a vote members said put reform at the head of the agenda and a fresh face at the top of the party.
Mr. Boehner defeated acting Majority Leader Roy Blunt of Missouri, who had taken […]

Boston City Council Members Learn Spanish

Thursday, February 2nd, 2006

Boston.com
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 […]

Viewer Mail

Wednesday, February 1st, 2006

Hello, my father, John Jaremchuk, is in his eighth term as a councilman in Elsmere, Delaware. He first made headlines in May of 2005 when he proposed an ordinance to allow our local police department to impose a nominal fine upon illegal immigrants encountered during the normal course of business. As Delaware has an estimated […]

New Resolution Opposes Bush’s Permanent “Guest Worker” Proposal

Monday, January 16th, 2006

Washington Times
“It’s pretty clear where the American public is on this issue — they want the border fixed. They want the government to do something about employers who hire illegal workers. I believe that’s essentially where the Republican Party is,” said Randy Pullen, the national committeeman from Arizona who is sponsoring the resolution. The RNC […]

Illegals Issue Seeps Into More States’ Bills

Saturday, January 14th, 2006

Washington Times
Denver — Illegal entry into the United States may be a federal issue, but try telling that to Dave Schultheis.
The state representative from Colorado Springs marked the start of the 2006 legislative session Wednesday by introducing three bills aimed at countering the wave of illegal aliens from Mexico.
Three other Republicans submitted bills as part […]

Tancredo Blasts Foreign Ministers’ Immigration Demands

Friday, January 13th, 2006

American Chronicle
“Once again, these countries have quit bluffing and were forced to show their hands. If Americans didn’t know before, they know now: countries from which illegal aliens come are lobbying to keep our border security weak,” said Tancredo. “Remittances that flow from Mexicans working in the U.S. amount to more than $16 billion per […]

Bush’s Boy Gonzales Chides Immigration Judges

Thursday, January 12th, 2006

Washington Post

Washington (AP) — Attorney General Alberto Gonzales chastised immigration judges Tuesday for ‘intemperate or even abusive’ conduct toward people seeking asylum in the United States and ordered a comprehensive review of U.S. immigration courts.
In a sharply worded memo, Gonzales said he acted after seeing reports that immigration judges, who are Justice Department employees, produced […]

Boehner Unfit For House Majority Leader

Thursday, January 12th, 2006

Washington Post
Rep. John A. Boehner’s vote last month against a bill cracking down on illegal immigration is sending ‘tremors’ through the House Republican Conference as the Ohio lawmaker pushes his candidacy for House majority leader.
Immigration votes reveal one of the key policy differences between Mr. Boehner and Rep. Roy Blunt, Missouri Republican, in the race […]