Archive for June, 2005

Illegals Licensed To Transport Hazardous Materials

Friday, June 24th, 2005

A federal crackdown on fraud at state motor vehicle departments across the country has nabbed more than a dozen illegal immigrants licensed to transport hazardous materials.
While none of those apprehended has any known links to terrorism, federal agents said Thursday that the recent busts have revealed a significant threat to homeland security. In one case, […]

U.S. Borders Vulnerable To Nuclear Attack

Friday, June 24th, 2005

The federal government’s efforts to prevent terrorists from smuggling a nuclear weapon into the United States are so poorly managed and reliant on ineffective equipment that the nation remains extremely vulnerable to a catastrophic attack, scientists and a government auditor warned a House committee on Tuesday.
Nationally, less than a quarter of the radiation detection devices […]

Worksite Enforcement Has No Priority

Friday, June 24th, 2005

A Bush administration official of the bogus Homeland Security and Justice team explains that the reason there is no workplace enforcement against hiring illegals is because all the agents in that department are now protecting our nuclear power plants and “infrastructure.” Gimme a break.
Penalties against employers who hire illegal immigrants have all but disappeared […]

Vincente Fox: USDA programs aim to help agriculture workers

Thursday, June 23rd, 2005

Our dear fellow citizens:
I want to tell you that we keep working very hard for your well being. Just a few days ago the United States government and ours signed the Iniciativa de Sociedad para la Asistencia en Desarrollo Rural (Community Initiative to Assist in Rural Development).
With this new policy we are pushing so […]

US Border Patrol Are Securing The Iraq Border Instead Of Our Own.

Thursday, June 23rd, 2005

As part of nation-building efforts in Iraq, U.S. forces have been tapped to perform duties that go beyond their regular military training. But establishing order at the country’s out-of-control borders proved too difficult a task for soldiers, so the Defense Department is looking to other uniformed experts for a little help. […]

Arkansas Is The New Border With Mexico

Thursday, June 23rd, 2005

Arkansas has the second-fastest-growing Hispanic population in the country, which puts it on the crest of the next wave of Latino migration that is following initial settlement in Texas, California, and other states. As a result, the Mexican government has closed its consulate in New Orleans and is opening one in Little Rock.
“Little Rock is […]

Hairy Armpitted College Girls Pick On The Minutemen.

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2005

A SF Weekly reporter gives us a comical lowdown on the Minuteman Project.

The Opposition
Venturing off the border for a much-needed break from the Minutemen, we enter a Mexican restaurant that is, by sheer coincidence, inhabited by a sea of ACLU volunteers — all adorned in ACLU “Legal Observer” T-shirts. This is the feared opposition, as […]

Minutemen Meet With Ranchers

Tuesday, June 21st, 2005

Is it vigilance or a bunch of vigilantes? Volunteer border patrols met with Texas ranchers Monday night to explain how they hope to fight illegal immigration along the border with Mexico.
At the meeting in Goliad, the head of the group said he believes there’s enough support in Texas to form four chapters of the Minuteman […]

Minutemen in action once again.

Tuesday, June 21st, 2005

Starting Friday, leaders of the Minuteman Project, a self-proclaimed neighborhood watch group, will spread more than 1,000 volunteers along the Arizona border in an effort to report suspected illegal aliens to the Border Patrol.
In response to the Minuteman Project, President Bush said last week, “I am against vigilantes in the United States of America. I […]

Fake Documents Allow Illegals Into Nuke Plant

Monday, June 20th, 2005

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Sixteen foreign-born construction workers with phony immigration documents were able to enter a nuclear weapons plant in eastern Tennessee because of lax security controls, a federal report said Monday.
Controls at the Y-12 weapons plant have since been tightened and there was no evidence the workers had access to any sensitive documents, said […]

Immigration debate with John McCain

Monday, June 20th, 2005

During remarks Monday before the American League of Lobbyists (ALL), Senator John McCain offered to debate FAIR “any time, any place” about the critical issue of comprehensive immigration reform in the United States. In his presentation to the ALL gathering, Senator McCain asserted that immigration is now the issue of greatest concern to the American […]

Uninsured illegals are killing our health care system.

Saturday, June 18th, 2005

Foreign-born citizens account for 86% of the increase, a study finds. Some say a solution to healthcare would need to address immigration.
Immigrants accounted for nearly all of the recent increase in the number of U.S. residents without health insurance, and California has by far the largest number of uninsured immigrants, a study released Monday found.
The […]

Impeach Bush.

Saturday, June 18th, 2005

There are limits as to the number of people a country can take in and absorb, thus the need for a rational immigration policy. This includes standards as to who should be allowed to enter and who should be kept out. After 9-11 such standards have become an especially important consideration. Illegal immigration violates both […]

Arizona Republican Assembly Votes Unanimously to Censure Senator McCain

Saturday, June 18th, 2005

The censure measure will be sent to Matt Salmon, chairman of the Arizona GOP — with hopes of a state party censure as well — to all Republican county and legislative district chairmen and will be issued as a press release to the media. No one spoke in support of McCain during discussion of the […]

Illegal aliens charged with tresspassing.

Friday, June 17th, 2005

NEW IPSWICH, N.H. — The police chief of this tiny whitewashed New England town has crafted his own border-control policy — he has charged illegal immigrants from Mexico with trespassing in New Hampshire. Chamberlain was nudged into action in the summer of 2004, when he stopped a van for speeding along New Ipswich’s short […]