Archive for May, 2006

Jorge Bush Celebrates Cinco de Mayo

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

CNN
El Presidente Bush reiterated his support for a guest worker program Thursday during a Cinco de Mayo event in the White House’s East Room.
“Our nation does not have to choose between being a compassionate society and a lawful society,” the president said. “I support strengthening our borders, and I support a temporary worker program that […]

Growing Unease for Some Blacks on Immigration

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

NY Times
Some blacks bristle at the comparison between the civil rights movement and the immigrant demonstrations, pointing out that black protesters in the 1960’s were American citizens and had endured centuries of enslavement, rapes, lynchings and discrimination before they started marching.
Others worry about the plight of low-skilled black workers, who sometimes compete with immigrants for […]

Amnesty For Americans First

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

SierraTimes
The politicians like George Bush, Ted Kennedy, Hillary Clinton, and the rest of the open borders lobby, are telling us the illegal aliens deserve amnesty because they are just breaking the law to earn more money than they can earn at home as law-abiding citizens. They don’t say it that way but that’s the translation […]

H.S. Teacher Won’t Face Punishment For Promoting Communist May Day March

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

Boston.com
Superintendent Wilfredo T. Laboy has decided that a high school teacher under fire for forwarding an e-mail advocating that students stay home for this week’s pro-immigrant protests won’t face any punishment. That’s because the teacher, Pedro Payano, sent the e-mail on his own time from his personal computer and it went only to other adults, […]

Chinese Immigrant Gang Arrested

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

Newsday
A gang of Chinatown thugs took over public parking spots on East Broadway and extorted thousands of bucks a month from hapless dollar van drivers, authorities charged yesterday.
Five men, all immigrants from China’s Fujian province, were arrested and charged with extortion. Police said they shook down as many as 50 drivers every month from July […]

Illegals Challenge Smuggling Laws

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

AZ Central
Attorneys for 47 undocumented immigrants charged with conspiracy to commit human smuggling have filed motions to throw out the charges.
They argue a person can’t smuggle himself into the country and therefore can’t be charged with conspiracy.
On Friday, a Los Angeles attorney brought into the case by the Mexican Consul General’s Office in Phoenix will […]

Ordinance Against Day Laborers Violates Freedom of Speech?

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

I guess this means that prostitutes and drug dealers can’t be arrested for expressing their free speech rights on our street corners either.
I’m getting tired of calling them day laborers too. They’re unemployed illegal aliens.
SF Gate
A Southern California city’s ban on day laborers’ soliciting work from passing drivers violates freedom of speech, a federal […]

CA Bill To Deport Illegal Criminals Shot Down

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

SF Gate
The state has struggled for years to reduce the soaring population in its overburdened prisons, but a proposal that could have forced as many as 20,000 inmates who are illegal immigrants to serve their sentences in their home countries has faltered over concerns it would be viewed as anti-immigrant.

After Protests, Backlash Grows

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

This is a photo of Los Angeles chapter of the FMLN. They’re a former El Salvadoran Marxist guerrilla group turned political party. More photo’s of the Communist May Day March can be seen here.

Washington Post
While a series of marches focused much of the nation’s attention on the plight of illegal immigrants, scores of other […]

Media Blackout On Violent Marchers In Santa Ana

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

Prison Planet
The media has portrayed the immigration protests as orderly and peaceful yet in Santa Ana California alarming reports have emerged of illegal aliens swarming around in mobs invading schools, carrying out violent beatings and in one incident a county worker had a Mexican flag plunged into his chest.
Latino Americans For Immigration Reform spokeswoman and […]

Iraqi Men Sneak Across Border, Seek Asylum

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

These guys turned themselves in. I wonder how many Iraqi’s, Iranians, etc. have crossed undetected. I’m sure we’ll find out one way or another.
WOAI
Brownsville, TX (AP) — Three Iraqi men have pleaded guilty to sneaking across the Rio Grande and are seeking asylum as persecuted Christians.
Ammar Habib Zaya, Aamr Bahnan Boles and Remon […]

Illegal Immigrants Shouldn’t Be Counted In Census

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

Independent Record
Montana Sen. Conrad Burns has proposed excluding illegal immigrants from the congressional apportionment process, a move that could shift House seats from growing border states to smaller states with lower immigrant populations.
Burns, R-Mont., introduced legislation Tuesday that would require the Secretary of Commerce, who oversees the Census Bureau, to adjust the population numbers used […]

Jorge Bush Sings National Anthem In Spanish

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

Washington Post
President Bush declared last week that the national anthem should be sung in English not Spanish, but he evidently never told his own government or campaign organizations.
The State Department posts four Spanish versions of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ on its Web site, and accounts from the 2000 election suggest that the song was at times […]

Frist: Senate Will Approve Amnesty Bill By End of May

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

Contat your Senators and Representatives everyday!!! Hit Frist, Kyl and Cornyn especially hard. Fax, email, and make personal visits to their offices.
LATimes
Washington — While denying that Monday’s massive demonstrations put pressure on Congress, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) voiced new optimism Tuesday about ending the stalemate on legislation to overhaul the immigration […]

Illegal March Costs Denver More Than Super Bowl

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

This article was sent in by Arlen Sphincter. Arlen says - “It’s sad that the taxpayers have to fork over $18,000 so that these
people can demand rights they have no claim to. I would have rather seen the money spent on bricks and razor wire.”
Rocky Mountain News
Denver spent more than $18,000 in added police […]