Archive for February, 2006

My Friend Tony Dolz Is Running For CA Assembly

Friday, February 24th, 2006

TONY DOLZ is the Minuteman State Assembly Candidate for the cities of Santa Monica, Malibu, Malibu Heights, Pacific Palisades, Topanga, Agoura, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Hidden Hills and Calabasas.
www.dolz.com
THE ELECTION IS JUNE 6TH - With your help we can win!
WHAT IS NEEDED?
1. Campaign Manager, leaders and mentors
2. Precinct walkers […]

Deputy David March Killer Captured In Mexico

Thursday, February 23rd, 2006

I really don’t know what this means. From what I understand Garcia wasn’t in hiding and Mexican authorities knew where he was all along. Mexico doesn’t extradite murderers to face the death penalty in the US. Did someone strike a deal? I hope not. This guy deserves a quick painful […]

McCain Campaigns For Amnesty

Thursday, February 23rd, 2006

Boston.com
Senator John McCain, the rebellious Republican and leading 2008 presidential prospect, kicks off a national campaign in Miami today promoting an issue that is likely to further alienate him from his party’s conservative voters: allowing illegal immigrants to stay in the country legally as ‘’guest workers’ who could earn US citizenship.
Contact McCain and tell […]

Massachusetts Bill To Halt Banking With Matriculas

Thursday, February 23rd, 2006

DailyNewsTranscript
Boston — Emboldened by the defeat of a bill to grant illegal immigrants’ kids tuition breaks, some activists and lawmakers are trying to stop [illegal] immigrants from using foreign ID cards to do banking in state.
Robert Casimiro, executive director of the Massachusetts Coalition for Immigration Reform, said a bill lawmakers will weigh next month is […]

Pro-Illegal Group Plans To Picket Minuteman Children

Thursday, February 23rd, 2006

Gazette.net
Schreiman, a Gaithersburg resident, said the Minutemen’s Maryland chapter formed about six weeks ago and has about 100 members who already were involved with the group’s Scottsdale, Ariz.,-based headquarters. He said surveillance of the Wheaton day laborer center, which is funded in part by Montgomery County, started last week when Minutemen photographed contractors who drove […]

Pro-Illegal Group Plans To Picket Minuteman Children

Thursday, February 23rd, 2006

Gazette.net
Schreiman, a Gaithersburg resident, said the Minutemen’s Maryland chapter formed about six weeks ago and has about 100 members who already were involved with the group’s Scottsdale, Ariz.,-based headquarters. He said surveillance of the Wheaton day laborer center, which is funded in part by Montgomery County, started last week when Minutemen photographed contractors who drove […]

Bill Frist Support Guest Worker/Amnesty Scheme

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2006

He supports it but he’s afraid to admit it.
SF Gate
Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist said he opposes a general amnesty program for illegal aliens, but declined to discuss whether he would support a guest worker program that would allow millions of immigrants to temporarily work in the United States.
‘I oppose amnesty. Immigrants are […]

Legal Thai Farmworkers

Tuesday, February 21st, 2006

Seattle Times

The 170 Thai workers imported into the Yakima Valley to harvest apples and cherries last season were a curiosity in this part of the state where Latinos, not Asians, have been a familiar presence.
The men, mostly poor farmers from rural Thailand, were the first foreign workers brought to Washington to pick fruit under a […]

Frightened Canadian Border Guards

Tuesday, February 21st, 2006

LA Times
Roughly a dozen times in the last four months, Canadian border guards, who unlike their U.S. counterparts are unarmed, have left their posts in response to reports of dangerous suspects heading north.
The walk-offs, spanning the border at posts from here to New York, have closed the crossings for periods of a few minutes up […]

Senator Domenici Plans To Decimate America

Monday, February 20th, 2006

FAIR
In preparation for a debate in the Senate next month on immigration policy, SenaPete Domenicitor (R-New Mexico) has introduced legislation that would grant amnesty to an estimated 12 million people now living illegally in the U.S. and admit an additional 500,000 new guest workers plus dependant family members every year. Under the Domenici legislation, […]

L.A. Workers Join Fierce Debate Over Immigration

Monday, February 20th, 2006

KTLA
Drexell Johnson and his Young Black Contractors of South Central Inc. are hungry for work — and when polite requests for an opportunity are rebuffed, they’re not afraid to raise a ruckus.
After Johnson was cut out of a contract when Staples Center was being built, he drove to the construction site, spinning 360-degree rolls and […]

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. […]

How To Kill America

Monday, February 20th, 2006

News With Views
Seventy-three year old William Tibbe wrote: “You have it pretty well figured out. To further understand in explicit detail I am recommending Paul Streitz’ book, “Recommending America’s Prosperity,” just off the press a week or two ago. It is spellbinding. There are actually three facets to George Bush’s agenda.
1. As you surmised he […]

McCain Promotes Treason, 2008 Campaign

Monday, February 20th, 2006

The Business Journal
Arizona Sen. John McCain has upcoming trips to Florida to tout immigration reforms and Tennessee to promote a possible presidential bid to Republican partisans.
McCain will be in Miami on Thursday and will promote a business-backed guest worker program and other immigration reforms. The Arizona senator will speak at “town hall” meeting in South […]

Europeans Were Here First!

Monday, February 20th, 2006

FOXnews
The first humans to spread across North America may have been seal hunters from present-day France and Spain.
This runs counter to the long-held belief that the first human entry into the Americas was a crossing of a land-ice bridge that spanned the Bering Strait about 13,500 years ago.
The new thinking was outlined here Sunday at […]