Archive for August, 2005

Illegals Dump 2,000 Tons of Trash in Arizona Each Year.

Wednesday, August 24th, 2005

Splayed in the desert just south of I-10 along Rita Road is an unruly collection of backpacks, flannel shirts, coats, water bottles, soft-drink cans, pill packages, toothbrushes and toilet paper rolls.
“Look how close we are to town,” said K.C. Custer, a county environmental investigator, as he walked across the dump site lying across the interstate […]

California Growing By Leaps And Bounds.

Wednesday, August 24th, 2005

I just discovered the Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) website. Lots of Ph. d’s on their board of directors. I’m going to have to check them out more thoroughly when I have time. Here’s something to get you started.
Since 1960, California’s population has more than doubled.
Year Population
1960 15,863,000
1965 […]

The People Problem: There’s too many.

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2005

I pulled this stuff from a long article on overpopulation but you should probably read the whole article. It’s a big reason why I’m so against illegal immigration and why I feel legal immigration should be brought down to around 200,000.
“I don’t think most people understand where we’re headed.” - Gaylord Nelson […]

The Poor Johnson’s

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2005

I posted a story about the Johnson’s before.
If James Johnson were any closer to Mexico, he would be in it.
And if there is a front line in the border crisis stretching from California to Texas, it may be the 14 miles of wide open boundary that the Johnson clan shares with their Mexican counterparts to […]

This Is Killing Me

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2005

If you’re wondering why I haven’t posted much in the past few days it’s because this whole illegal immigration thing is wearing me down. I’m so disgusted by what I see day after day that I am trying to take a break from it.
This article is a good example of what is […]

The 2006 Mexican Presidential Campaign Kicks Off After Labor Day ? In Los Angeles

Monday, August 22nd, 2005

This story is one of the most alarming and enraging things I have read (this week).
The leading contenders are planning appearances in L.A. this fall, campaign aides confirm, in a bid to capture the attention and support of their country’s newest constituency.
Last month, Mexicans living abroad were granted the right to vote by mail, […]

DAY LABORER ATTACKS TEENAGE GIRL

Friday, August 19th, 2005

The girl was treated at Mary Washington Hospital, where she received about 30 stitches for injuries to her face and the back of her head, according to Robin Kocher, the new public information officer for the Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office.
The girl also suffered a fractured bone on the right side of her face and a […]

IS THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION FUNDING ALIEN AND DRUG SMUGGLING?

Friday, August 19th, 2005

According to figures from U.S. Bureau of International Narcotics & Law Enforcement Affairs, the annual budget for security programs based out of the American Embassy in Mexico City have grown from $12 million in fiscal year 2002 to $40 million in fiscal year 2005.
U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garza said the increased funds also […]

SENATOR MORROW URGES SCHWARZENEGGER TO DECLARE EMERGENCY

Friday, August 19th, 2005

August 18, 2005
The Honorable Arnold Schwarzenegger
Governor, State of California
State Capitol
Sacramento, California 95814
Dear Governor Schwarzenegger:
According to press accounts, you are monitoring what your gubernatorial colleagues in New Mexico and Arizona have done ? issuing disaster proclamations regarding the mounting illegal immigration crisis. News stories quote you as generally being supportive of their actions, but do not […]

OASISS

Thursday, August 18th, 2005

When I hear of a new government program that is designed to “facilitate the exchange of information” my toes curl up.
OASISS stands for Operation Against Smugglers Initiative on Safety and Security. This is how the Bush administration defended itself against charges that it wasn’t doing enough to combat the crime and violence […]

SUE THE CITIES THAT SUPPORT DAY LABOR SITES

Thursday, August 18th, 2005

Statement to the Herndon Town Council by Tom Fitton
(Washington, DC) ? Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton offered the following statement today to the Herndon Town Council as it considered a proposal by ?Project Hope and Harmony? to operate a taxpayer-funded ?Day Laborer Site? in the Town of Herndon:
?Thank you, Mayor and members of […]

TEEN IN COMA AFTER ACCIDENT WITH ILLEGAL DRUNKEN DRIVER

Wednesday, August 17th, 2005

Link to original story.
Amy Milligan 15, was flown to Carolinas Medical Center and placed in the pediatric ICU department in a coma.
Her mother, Fran Milligan, was driving the car that was hit.
“How many years will it be that we’ll be affected? What will the rest of her life be like? It will be nothing like […]

JUST WHAT WE NEED; MORE MEXICAN CRIMINALS

Wednesday, August 17th, 2005

The Mexican solution to their lawless corrupt nation is to make it legal for their most violent criminals to migrate to the US. What assbags!
Mexican presidential spokesman says violence makes accord urgent. A surge in violence along the U.S. border makes the need for a migration accord with the United States more […]

MY PETETION DRIVE BEGINS TODAY

Wednesday, August 17th, 2005

I received my CA Border Police petitions and I’m going to collect a few signatures at work today. I have enough petitions for 90 signatures. That seems like a lot for me. I’ve never collects signatures before and I’m not the type that signs petitions either, mainly because I don’t sign anything […]

Kids that can?t speak English won?t graduate.

Wednesday, August 17th, 2005

American children are being dumbed down by illegal immigrants and the outrageous response by some is to make the English language optional.
Graduation tests in math, reading and other subjects have become an increasingly common way for states to gauge whether students have earned a diploma ? even though the content of the exams […]