Archive for the 'Law enforcement' Category

Republican Congressman Offers Immigration Solution

Saturday, April 8th, 2006

I love the bathtub analogy here. This is exactly the immigration strategy that needs take place. Enforce the damn laws! Eureka! What a breakthrough! It will work, and this is why the pro-illegal advocates choose to ignore it and they always bring up how impossible it is to deport 20 […]

Riverside County Considering ICE Training

Saturday, April 8th, 2006

The Desert Sun
The Riverside County sheriff wants to deport all undocumented felons so they won’t slip through the criminal-justice-system cracks and end up back on the streets.
“To me, it’s important that we’re not releasing folks back into our community, regardless of where they’re from,” Riverside County Sheriff Bob Doyle said.
Nearly one of five - or […]

Texas Sheriffs Tell Congress of War at Border

Thursday, April 6th, 2006

Human Events Online
Sheriffs from counties along the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas say the daily battle with illegal immigrants continues to escalate.
Illegal immigrants trying to get across the border ‘are getting so bold as to try to run over officers, assaulting officers,’ said Sheriff Arvin West of Hudspeth County. ‘They’re definitely out gunning us, out […]

Costa Mesa Police Chief Quits

Thursday, April 6th, 2006

Yippee!!! Maybe he can find a new job in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.
LA Times
Costa Mesa Police Chief John Hensley announced his retirement Wednesday amid months of controversy over using city police officers to enforce federal immigration laws.
Although the immigration debate has dominated city politics and drawn national attention, some officials said personal […]

Costa Mesa Police Chief John Hensley Considers Retirement

Thursday, April 6th, 2006

It’s pathetic how bad things have become. After rapists, murderers, and thieves have done thier jail time, we can’t even deport them without illegal advocates crying foul. I’ve been rather involved with the happenings in Costa Mesa. Here are two related posts with videos.

Costa Mesa City Council Meeting 1-3-06
Costa Mesa City Council […]

Blacks, Hispanics, Poor Favor Immigration Crackdown

Saturday, April 1st, 2006

NewsMax
Contrary to conventional wisdom, minorities and the poor overwhelmingly favor a get tough approach on illegal immigration - as they proved just two years ago by supporting Arizona’s Proposition 200 in a landslide.
As the 2004 election approached, the immigration crackdown, which proposed denying state services to anyone who couldn’t prove they were in the country […]

When The Illegals Go Berserk

Wednesday, March 29th, 2006

News With Views
“We have an aging white America … They are dying …We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him.” Jose Angel Gutierrez, professor, University of Texas, Arlington and founder of the La Raza Unida political […]

Russell Pearce - American Hero

Tuesday, March 28th, 2006

Russell Pearce, represents Arizona’s 18th district. This is from his most recent newsletter.

Protesters - (Mostly illegal aliens) Half a million protesters in Los Angeles, 20,000 in Phoenix, more in Denver and all over the country. Gee……. anybody think there is an illegal immigration problem in this country? The vast majority of the protesters are […]

James Sensenbrenner Not Deterred by Immigration Protests

Sunday, March 26th, 2006

NewsMax
Rep. James Sensenbrenner, R-Wisc., says he’s not going to be deterred by the wave of demonstrations protesting his bill to crack down on illegal immigration.
Responding to a pro-illegal immigration demonstration in Milwaukee on Thursday, Sensenbrenner called the protest “impressive,” but added: “Many have tried to confuse the difference between legal and illegal immigration.”
“I do not […]

King Defends Bill As ‘God’s work’

Friday, March 24th, 2006

Newsday
Peter King, the recreational boxer with a combative record during nearly 14 years in the House, is now taking on the Roman Catholic Church.
King is co-sponsor of a bill that would strengthen the nation’s borders and make it a felony to knowingly aid illegal immigrants, a measure that has outraged Catholic activists who work with […]

Costa Mesa City Council Meeting 3-21-06

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2006

I went to the Costa Mesa city council meeting last night to show support for the Mayor’s proposal to have local police enforce immigration laws. All they’re doing is starting the deportation process (paperwork) for criminal offenders who are in the country illegally. After they have gone through the criminal justices system, like […]

MN House Pushes Police To Enforce Immigration Laws

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2006

In Forum
The immigration debate came to a simmer Monday as the House voted to push Minneapolis and St. Paul police to turn over more illegal immigrants to federal authorities.
The 94-37 vote for the bill - to do away with local ordinances restricting officers from asking immigrants about their legal status - signals turbulence ahead. A […]

States Act On Immigration Issue

Wednesday, March 15th, 2006

AZ Central
In Texas, sheriffs are banding together to guard the U.S.-Mexican border using state money instead of calling for the Border Patrol.
In Alabama, state troopers check drivers against immigration databases when they make traffic stops on the highway.
And state lawmakers from Georgia to New York have considered making employment of undocumented immigrants a state crime, […]

Send Illegals Home - Pronto!

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Philly.com
GOD STRIKE ME dead if I am anti-immigrant.
My four grandparents were immigrants. I love the America that gave them refuge and I wouldn’t deny America’s bosom to others who arrive legally.
Immigrants do bring - and always have brought - magic to America: talent, energy, ambition. Their food, their music, their fashions - all enrich us. […]

AZ Legislative Briefing

Friday, February 17th, 2006

AZstarNet
Arizona voters may be asked to do what the governor would not: block Arizona communities from honoring the Mexican consular identification card.
The Senate Government Committee voted Thursday to prohibit state and local governments or agencies from accepting or recognizing any ID card unless it is issued by a government, law enforcement or homeland security agency.
The […]