Archive for December 12th, 2007

Arkansas Freedom

Dear Fellow Republicans, Conservatives, Constitutionalists, and other Patriotic Americans:

Mike Huckabee has all the sudden become the “Great Right Hope”. Because of his (supposed) opposition to abortion and homosexuality, a fmr President of the Arkansas Bapitist Convention, and a southern GOP governor, he is considered a conservative.

Question: When was the last time a darkhorse, evangelical fmr governor from a small southern state became president?

Answer: Jimmy Carter.

Question #2: How did Carter, also a darkhorse, get elected?

Answer: The Establishment - particularly the Trilateral Commission and its parent: the Council on Foreign Relations.

In September Gov. Huckabee spoke before the CFR. What is significant about that speech is that it is posted on the CFR’s website - which is a special privilege in its own right. After last night’s CNN Debate, Uber- Establishmentarian David Gergen (CFR) was oozing praise on Huckabee.

Since September, Huckabee has surged. Not just in Iowa, but nationally as well. This is no coincidence. The establishment knows that Giuliani and McCain would split the GOP if they get the nomination (which would induce a ‘populist’ major third party candidacy). Hence, they tried Romney (who is an empty suit), and Fred Thompson (CFR) who flopped.

Who better to turn to than a “Christian coalition Republican” to dupe conservatives into backing a CFR globalist. Make no mistake, Huckabee is one (pro-illegal immigration, pro-interventionism, pro-foreign aid, etc). Plus he is a tax-and-spend liberal. Below are two columns by Chuck Baldwin that exposes Huckabee’s liberalism.

Christian conservatives were fooled by Carter. Don’t be fooled again by this huckleberry Huckabee.

Christopher Golden

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Richard Espinoza-Valdez

East Valley Tribune

The investigation started after a Saguaro High School student noticed a lunch worker following a classmate while angling a box lid with a camera hidden in it under her skirt.

That student notified administrators. And a day later, Richard Espinoza-Valdez, 28, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, was arrested on charges that could land him in jail for seven years.

Espinoza-Valdez, who had worked at three Scottsdale schools as a temporary food services, was arrested Nov. 6.

A clearer picture of how police identified victims emerged Tuesday, when police released the report in the case.

A student originally alerted the school about the worker?s behavior Nov. 5. Assistant principals Robert Akhbari and Greg Sackos watched Espinoza-Valdez during lunch the next day as he followed a girl in a short dress, angling the box top beneath her skirt, the report says.

The administrators asked Espinoza-Valdez if they could look through his camera. He obliged.

Akhbari noticed a recent video clip, but couldn?t make it play. When he asked Espinoza-Valdez to play the clip, the food worker instead deleted the image and denied anything inappropriate had been on the camera.

When police interviewed him, Espinoza-Valdez admitted to taking 10 videos at Saguaro, Chaparral High School and Scottsdale Fashion Square.

Espinoza-Valdez told police he had started his videotaping about a month earlier. He said he enjoyed looking at them and was especially interested in capturing images of girls between 16 and 19.

Police recovered three deleted videos featuring images from under girls? skirts.

In the next few days, police identified three victims between the ages of 14 and 17.

Police have stopped looking for additional victims, Sgt. Mark Clark said. ?We?re not able to determine where the rest of (the incidents) took place, so we don?t believe there is anymore follow up we can do to identify victims,? he said.

Two Saguaro victims told police they hadn?t been aware the video had been taken. One student said she noticed a food services worker walking close behind her, ?but was afraid to turn around and confront him.?

Espinoza-Valdez was indicted on one felony count of surreptitious videotaping and photographing, two counts of attempted surreptitious videotaping and photographing and two misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct.

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Alejandro Martinez Leyva

OC Register

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO ? Police have arrested the man they believe raped a woman inside her car on the side of the I-5 freeway after he offered to help her with her stranded vehicle Saturday morning.

Authorities identified the man in custody as 25-year-old Alejandro Martinez Leyva, a San Juan Capistrano resident.

Outside the home where Leyva, a gardener, was arrested, investigators found a vehicle matching the description given by the 24-year-old victim: a dark green or blue older sedan with a trunk spoiler and a baby seat in the back.

In San Diego County, the victim identified Leyva from a photo lineup, Amormino said.

Physical evidence left behind at the scene of the crime helped lead detectives to the suspect, Amormino said, although he would not specify to what that evidence is.

Physical evidence was also retrieved at Leyva’s home.

The rape occurred early Saturday morning when the victim was involved in a solo-crash on the southbound lanes of the I-5 in San Juan Capistrano, authorities said.

A tow truck changed lanes in front of her, and when she applied her brakes on the rain-slicked road, the car spun out of control, damaging the driver’s side of the car.

The victim was calling a friend on her cell phone at about 2:30 a.m. when the sedan pulled up in front of her car.

Authorities said Leyva pretended to be a Good Samaritan and offered to help the woman, but when she refused, he threw the phone from her hand and forced her into the front seat of the car, where he raped her.

About an hour later, a friend of the victim was combing the I-5 freeway looking for her and the disabled vehicle, said California Highway Patrol Officer Denise Quesada.

The friend contacted a CHP officer, who was making a stop along the freeway and asked for assistance helping her friend.

At 3:39 a.m., the officer and the friend found the victim inside the car, wearing only a black shirt.

Leyva is currently in custody with an immigration hold, Amormino said.

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Racist Hispanic Caucus

Daily Pilot

As soon as a bipartisan resolution hit the floor of Congress last week calling for the pardon of two Border Patrol agents convicted of a shooting in 2005, the Democratic leadership bottled it up in committee, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher said Monday

The bill, sponsored by William Delahunt (D-Mass.) with co-sponsorship from Silverstre Reyes (D-Texas) and Rohrabacher, was the first such bipartisan gesture since agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean were served with 11 to 12 year prison sentences for shooting an accused smuggler in the back, Rohrabacher said.

?The significance of the resolution is that it is truly a bipartisan effort,? he said. ?Up until this point, this has basically been a conservative Republican cause.?

The bill was shelved this week after Rohrabacher lamented the efforts of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, whom he blamed for lobbying the resolution into political limbo.

?The [Democratic] leadership has gone along with the Hispanic Caucus and their claim that Ramos and Compean are guilty of police brutality,? he said.

?Instead of being proud Mexican-Americans who are defending our border, the Hispanic Caucus is portraying them as simple, brutal cops who are committing police brutality.?

The shooting victim, Osvaldo Aldrete-Davila, was charged last month with possession with intent to distribute marijuana in September and October 2005.

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CBS2 Chicago

CHICAGO ? Law enforcement officials say they’ve arrested 21 immigrants from Mexico who were allegedly involved in gang activities.

Authorities from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement say 19 of those arrested in the two-day “Operation Community Shield” are illegal immigrants and two are permanent residents.

ICE says 16 of the 21 are documented members of the Maniac Latin Disciples and SureIno-13 gangs. The other five have no gang affiliation.
Those arrested are accused of crimes including drug possession, burglary and arson.

Most of the arrests took place in the northwest suburb of Carpentersville. ICE officials joined with police from Carpentersville and five surrounding communities.

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KIRO

OLYMPIA, Wash. — The state is unlikely to grant a permit to a man who wants to burn a Mexican flag on the steps of the state Capitol, because of air pollution concerns.

Nick Bradford, of Tacoma, said he wants to burn the flag when the legislative session opens in January, to encourage the state to do more to crack down on illegal immigrants, including allowing local police to arrest people who enter the country illegally.

“Obviously, the protest is intended to get the attention of the public, but also the politicians here, in Washington,” Bradford said. “We can’t always bark at the other Washington and George Bush. We can do things locally here.”

Bradford recently called Visitors Services at the Capitol to ask about burning a flag on the steps, but officials weren’t sure it was allowed.

The Department of General Administration, which operates the building, checked with the Olympia Fire Department, which said any burning would have to be cleared by the Olympic Region Clean Air Agency, department spokesman Steve Valandra told The Olympian newspaper.

“Flag burning is a form of protected free speech, so if he wanted to get a permit to do this, GA would grant it to him, as long as he abided by whatever other preconditions existed,” Valandra said.

But there’s little chance the clean air agency would allow a permit, said Richard Stedman, executive director of the agency.

“Burning a flag produces a lot of toxic materials, such as dioxins, which are contained in the pigments and dyes,” he said. “We would probably cite the person for burning prohibited materials. It’s illegal to burn anything in the urban growth area.”

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“Drunk drivers come in many colors, White, Black, Hispanic or any other race. Victims come in many colors too. So when there is an unusually high rate of drunk driving among one group of people, it’s worth examining the reasons why”.

Watch these videos. The documentary is about the unusually high rate of “Hispanic “immigrant” drunk driving in North Carolina. The story focuses in on one family who have been directly impacted by this phenomena.

Scott Gardner was killed by a drunk driving illegal immigrant in 2005. His wife was left severely brain-damaged, unable to walk or speak. She is now being cared for in a nursing home for the rest of here life. Their two kids who were in the car at the time of the accident, are now being raised by Scott’s parents. One moment in time, that has totally altered the lives of the Gardner family, forever.

The illegal alien drunk driver who caused all this had been arrested 5 times previous for DWI and was deported twice only to come back and cause this terrible tragedy of an American family. Why was this allowed to happen? GuardDog

Drunken-Driving Among Hispanics Focus of WRAL Documentary
WRAL Raleigh
December 5, 2007

Raleigh ? The high rate of drunken driving accidents involving legal and illegal Hispanic immigrants is the focus of a WRAL News documentary airing Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Focal Point: “Crossing the Line” also looks at the challenges law enforcement agencies and the court system face in trying to punish undocumented immigrants for driving drunk. It also looks at how Latino advocacy groups are working to reach out to Hispanic immigrants and educate them about the dangers of driving drunk.

According to a recent study from the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, Hispanics involved in car crashes are two-and-a-half times more likely to be drunk than white drivers and three times more likely to be drunk than black drivers.

Hispanics also account for 18 percent of drunken-driving arrests, while making up less than 7 percent of the state?s population. Drunken driving is also the number one killer of young Hispanic men in North Carolina.

“Crossing the Line” also profiles the case of Scott and Tina Gardner, a couple from Mount Holly, N.C., who was hit by an illegal immigrant on their vacation in July 2005. Tina Gardner was left severely brain-damaged, and Scott Gardner was killed.

The driver, Ramiro Gallegos, had a blood alcohol concentration of .22, nearly three times the legal limit.

?My son didn?t have to die,” his mother, Emily Moose, said. “The man that drove the truck and took his life had been in front of a judge five times. He had been deported from this country twice.?

More recently, there have been several traffic accidents involving Hispanic immigrants.

On Oct. 25, Elbin Fabiel Ocampo Cruz, 22, was driving westbound on eastbound Interstate 540 between Creedmoor and Six Forks roads in Raleigh when he collided with a woman’s car. An illegal immigrant, he faces charges including driving while impaired and reckless driving.

And in March, Luciano Tellez, 31, of Angier, was charged with two counts of misdemeanor death by vehicle, felony hit-and-run and other charges in connection with a fatal hit-and-run involving a tractor-trailer

Two people who were in the car with Tellez told authorities that he had been drinking. He had been convicted in 2005 in Wake County on a prior DWI conviction and was wanted for violating terms of his probation.

Scott Gardner Family Circle Web Site

“Crossing The Line”
Hispanic “Immigrant” Drunk Driving Documentary 1/3

“Crossing The Line”
Hispanic “Immigrant” Drunk Driving Documentary 2/3

“Crossing The Line”
Hispanic “Immigrant” Drunk Driving Documentary 3/3

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Tucson Citizen

A dead man found on the South Side has been connected to the armed invasion of the home of an off-duty U.S. Border Patrol agent and his family.

Tucson police Sgt. Fabian Pacheco said investigators have determined that Christian Gomez, 20, who had been shot to death, was one of the suspects in the invasion, which occurred at 4:50 a.m. Dec. 9. His body was found almost five hours later in a desert area south of Irvington Road and First Avenue, Pacheco said.

A Border Patrol agent, whom police would not identify, said four armed intruders forced their way into his home and one fired a gun at him as the agent retreated.

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