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Mesa AZ Plans Invader Crackdown

MESA, Ariz. Mesa police plan a crackdown on illegal immigration using a variety of technology and collaboration with federal agencies.
Mesa Police Chief George Gascan outlined a plan yesterday at a Mesa City Council study session.
The chief says that potentially, hundreds of thousands of dollars would be spent on new equipment.
That includes portable digital fingerprint scanners […]

Escondido Passes Resolution Against Invaders

NC Times
ESCONDIDO — The Escondido City Council reaffirmed its opposition to illegal immigration Wednesday night with a resolution that won’t have any direct effect on city policy. But some council members said it is a sign of things to come.
The council approved the resolution opposing illegal immigration by a 3-2 vote, with Mayor Lori Holt […]

Immigration ‘Sanctuary’ Policies Lead to Repeat Offenses, Report Says

CNS News
Illegal immigrants charged in criminal cases are frequently released without ever facing federal authorities thanks largely to local governments’ ’sanctuary’ policies, according to a Justice Department audit.
Many of these illegal immigrants are arrested up to six times after being released for drug-related charges, robbery, assault, weapons charges and other offenses, it said.

FAIR President Dan Stein and Manuel Miranda Chairman of the Third Branch Conference discuss birthright citizenship on MSNBC, Jan. 8, 2007.

Immigration debate gets religious
January 8, 2007
A number of leading Christian conservative groups have formed a coalition on immigration and illegal aliens that will push religiously grounded positions that both sides of the […]

Latest MSM Sob Story?No Legal Aid for Illegal Aliens!
January 8, 2007
The sob stories about illegal immigrants never seem to stop. And the notorious “Mainstream Media” continue to be the major offenders.
Take the front page story in Monday, January 8, 2007 Washington Post, by Karin Bruillard [email her]: Battling Deportation Often a Solitary […]

Bush Escalates Immigration Crime Wave

American Daily
President George W. Bush, by violating his oath of office and by his disregard of Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution, escalates a crime wave on American citizens unprecedented in 231 years of our republic.
Every day, in the United States, thousands of illegal aliens unleash a reign of terror on Americans. Illegal […]

Police Sued For Capturing Illegal Immigrants
Corruption Chronicles
January 09, 2007
A state police agency is being federally sued for racial profiling because a trooper apprehended more than a dozen illegal immigrants during a routine traffic stop four months ago.
When Rhode Island State Trooper Thomas Chabot confirmed that 14 Guatemalans in the van he had stopped for a […]

Farmers Branch To Implement Ban This Friday

An overflow crowd in City Hall watched the council meeting on TV.
FB migrant law goes to vote
City to implement ban on illegal immigrant renters Friday
Dallas Morning News
Janurary 8, 2007

Local news video of story click here.
FARMERS BRANCH ? Voters will decide in May whether they want to keep a controversial ordinance banning apartment rentals to […]

Illegal Immigration Issue Back On Escondido Council Agenda

Illegal immigration issue back on Escondido council agenda; Waldron says battle isn’t over
North County Times
Janurary 9, 2007
ESCONDIDO — Two months after a federal judge shot down the Escondido City Council’s attempt to prohibit landlords from renting to illegal immigrants, illegal immigration is once again on the council’s agenda.
A resolution that states the council’s opinion on […]

Illegal Rights Advocates Turned Back At BCS Title Game

Updated: Immigration rights advocates turned back from BCS title game
Arizona Daily Star
Janurary 8, 2007
GLENDALE — Several immigration rights advocates received citations Monday as police blocked about 500 protesters from marching to the University of Phoenix Stadium, the site of the national college football championship game between Ohio State and Florida.
Protest organizer Carlos Garcia said he […]

The Big Lie About Immigration Enforcement

The big lie about immigration enforcement
Renew America
Janurary 7, 2007

How many times have we heard mayors and governors, when faced with complaints regarding illegal aliens, claim that their police officers aren’t authorized or trained to enforce immigration laws? Too many times, if you ask me. Well, either these government leaders are too ignorant to to hold […]

Hispanics Don’t Want DUI Checkpoints

Of course the Hispanics we are talking about in this story are the illegal ones.
A sobriety checkpoint set up Friday night is causing controversy in one Nashville neighborhood. Many roadblocks set up recently have been in areas with large Hispanic populations, raising concerns of discrimination.
This particular checkpoint is on Murfreesboro Road near the intersection […]

Calif. Rep. Elton Gallegly Introduces Illegal Immigration Package

Gallegly Introduces Illegal Immigration Package
American Chronical
January 5, 2007

WASHINGTON, D.C.-Congressman Elton Gallegly (R-Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties) today introduced six bills to fight illegal immigration in the United States.
“A top priority for this new Congress and any Congress, for that matter, should be to reduce the high levels of illegal immigrants entering this nation,” Gallegly said […]

Federal Judge Leonard D. Wexler imposed a mandatory life sentence yesterday on an MS-13 gang member convicted of killing a police informant, but the comments Wexler leveled from the bench were anything but routine, as he bemoaned the financial and human toll exacted by the Salvadoran street gang.
In U.S. District Court in Central Islip, […]

Judicial Watch Sues Chicago Over Invaders

Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced Friday that it has filed an open records lawsuit against the Chicago Police Department related to the department?s policies concerning illegal immigration.
Judicial Watch?s lawsuit, filed on Dec. 22, 2006 in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Ill., asks the court to […]


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