Archive for December, 2005

Antonio Villaraigosa

Tuesday, December 20th, 2005

Someone sent this to me in an email. I’m not sure where it is taken from.

If you thought the floodgates for illegal immigrants were wide open in Los Angeles up until now, hold on to your sombrero. Now that Antonio Villaraigosa has been elected mayor you ain’t seen nothin’ yet!! The guy who was […]

Judge Hears Arguments In Day Labor Suit

Monday, December 19th, 2005

Fairfax, VA — Lawyers for the town of Herndon and Fairfax County (website - news) asked a judge to toss out a lawsuit filed by opponents of a taxpayer-funded day labor site that opened in the town this week.
‘They are assuming that these services are going to illegal immigrants, and there’s no factual basis […]

Mixed Messages: Agents See Losing Battle, Backward Policies

Monday, December 19th, 2005

SB Sun
The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) shifting policies about border enforcement have patrol employees perpetually wondering which end is up, said T.J. Bonner, president of the National Border Patrol Council, the union that represents border agents.
Mixed messages from the White House, DHS officials and high-ranking personnel at Border Patrol field offices have trickled down […]

Critics Soften Their Image Of Minutemen

Monday, December 19th, 2005

Tuscon Citizen
The Minuteman Project was launched this year amid fears that racist extremists would confront and possibly injure illegal immigrants crossing into Arizona.
But there were no significant confrontations - no fights and rarely any excitement - when hundreds of people traveled to the Arizona desert in April to watch for illegal immigrants and report them […]

Border Patrol Fears Run-Ins With Mexican Military

Monday, December 19th, 2005

Daily Bulletin
In the Sonoran desert along the Texas border, Border Patrol agents say they’re often confronted by corrupt Mexican military units in the employ of violent drug smugglers.
These run-ins have become so regular that the Department of Homeland Security eventually issued written directives a “what to do” list, of sorts” that agents carry with them […]

Illegal Drunken Drivers

Monday, December 19th, 2005

Take cover !!
America?s highways are becoming far more dangerous because of cultural differences?unassimilated foreigners who believe that knocking down 10 beers before hitting the road is no problema. And drunk driving is an accepted behavior among Mexicans in particular.
Americans have changed their outlook regarding this irresponsible activity […]

“La Raza” - The Real Racists

Sunday, December 18th, 2005

I recieved an email from a Dr. D. E. Wright today regarding video’s I shot of the Mexica-Movement. The first two video’s are from the SOS vs. Home Depot protest.
The Master Race
Quick Time or Windows
Nican Tlaca
Quick Time or Windows
These same clowns from the Mexica-Movement also showed up at the Minutemen vs. NBC protest.
Video […]

51 Terrorist Suspects Crossed Border Illegally

Saturday, December 17th, 2005

Tancredo Press Release
Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-CO) today revealed figures which show that since October, 2004, 51 persons who have crossed into the U.S. illegally were arrested on suspicion of terrorism. The figures, part of a Department of Homeland Security response to a inquiry by the Congressman, document the national security risk our porous borders pose […]

Vicente Fox Doesn’t Like Wall Idea

Saturday, December 17th, 2005
Let Mexican President Vicente Fox fix his own problems.
But don?t endorse sending them across the US border, particularly when some of the women will be raped just before getting to the border. Particularly since some of those coming from Mexico come from other parts of the globe — and they are Islamic fanatics intent on […]

An Unending Flood Of Immigrants

Saturday, December 17th, 2005

Frosty Wooldridge
Is there any numerical limit to the number of workers who will be admitted under Bush?s ?guest worker? program? No! His plan could allow 10, 20, 30 or 50 million guest workers. The U.S. immigration service is already back- logged 4.8 million cases for legal immigrants right now. Who will be processed first?
It?s difficult […]

Importing Illiteracy?

Saturday, December 17th, 2005
Among blacks, the basic literacy rate climbed to 76% from 70% and among Asian/Pacific Islanders to 86% from 75%. Whites edged up to 93% from 91%.
But among Hispanic adults, the trend is sharply in the other direction. From 1992 to 2003, their basic literacy rate fell from 65% to 56%. In 2003, they accounted for […]

Tancredo’s Statement Today on HR 4437

Saturday, December 17th, 2005

WASHINGTON, D.C. ? Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-CO), Chairman of the 92-member House Immigration Reform Caucus, issued the following statement after the passage of the Border Protection, Antiterrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act of 2005:
?Today, the House of Representatives passed a bill which strengthens our border security and begins to enforce immigration laws throughout the country. […]

Bush Has His Guest Work Cut Out

Friday, December 16th, 2005

Chicago Sun Times
The amnesty and guest workers programs are so unpopular with the public that a skeptic at the White House meeting wondered how this problem would be handled. “We’ll marginalize our critics,” replied an apparatchik. “Well, it’s a little difficult to marginalize 70 percent of the American people,” replied the skeptic — and so […]

H.R. 4437 Victories And A Few Losses

Friday, December 16th, 2005

House voting continued today on Judiciary Chairman Sensenbrenner’s border security bill, H.R. 4437.
I am beginning to have some faith in our elected officials in Washington. What happened these past two days has given me some hope that maybe these people are more connected to the will of the American public than I thought. […]

End of the Rainbow

Thursday, December 15th, 2005

The American Conservative
Jesse Jackson?s Rainbow Coalition has a ways to go in Los Angeles, where Mexicans and blacks are killing each other at record rates. The action is particularly hot in South Central Los Angeles and in nearby Compton, two areas that have undergone a dramatic shift during the last two decades from virtually all […]