Archive for February 9th, 2008

So, far left pro illegal alien advocacy groups and Hispanic ethnocentric groups are deciding what is hate speech and who to label the haters? Sounds more like a conspiracy to discredit your enemies at all costs. They do this so well it’s sickening. This is a classic smack down and great TV to boot. You can’t take your eyes off the video. GuardDog

Lou Dobbs takes on Janet Murguia of La Raza’s accusations of hate. Part 1
CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight Feb 4, 2008.

If you’re not watching Lou, you should be. Part 1 2 & 3 click below

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NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - Between 6,000 and 8,000 immigrants from the Marshall Islands live legally in northwest Arkansas, but those residents don’t have access to most government-funded health care programs. The situation is prompting some state legislators to seek federal assistance.

The Marshallese are in Arkansas through a compact with the Marshall Islands and the United States. Health officials say the immigrants are arriving with diseases and that rules often prevent the immigrants from being treated under ARKids First, Medicaid or Medicare. Cases of tuberculosis, syphilis and leprosy are much more common in the immigrant group than in the general population.

State Senator Bill Pritchard of Elkins says the situation poses a public health threat. He says an outbreak of a serious disease could become a statewide problem.

Pritchard and other legislators have agreed to draw up a resolution asking the state congressional delegation for funds to provide health care to the Marshallese.

Most of the Marshallese immigrants work in the poultry industry.

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FOX news

SAN ANTONIO ? A convicted rapist escaped from a South Texas jail by dashing through an unlocked door, just one day after he was sentenced to life in prison.

Abel Morin, 24, escaped from the Jim Hogg County Jail in Hebbronville late Tuesday while being moved between cells. He remained at large Friday, and Texas and federal authorities were offering a cash reward for information on his whereabouts.

On Monday, he was sentenced to five concurrent life terms for sexual assault, kidnapping and burglary in the rapes of a mother and daughter in Duval County. Just hours after deputies took Morin to Hebbronville on Tuesday, he escaped.

Jim Hogg County Sheriff Erasmo “Kiko” Alarcon acknowledged that at least one door at the jail was left unlocked, allowing Morin to run away.

“We’re looking into why the door was open,” he said. “The jailer assumed the door was locked. This guy saw it cracked open and went for it.”

Alarcon said Morin won’t be easy to catch.

“He’s very dangerous,” he said. “He doesn’t have much to lose at this point.”

Yadira Mejia, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Marshall Service, said there had not been any confirmed sightings of Morin by Friday, but authorities believe he remains in the region. He has family in Alice, Corpus Christi and San Diego, Texas.

“It’s just a matter of time before we get him out of his hiding place,” she said.

The Texas Rangers were offering $1,000 cash reward for information on his whereabouts; the U.S. Marshall Service was offering a second cash reward.

Morin, who authorities said is a member of the Texas Mexican Mafia gang, is 5-foot-3, 120 pounds and has tattoos running down his arms and covering his chest.

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He’ll be meeting with a few of the usual suspects of the New World Order.

Translated from: El Univeral

The leader will have dinner in private after his arrival on Sunday with the Rockefeller Foundation, he will lodge in the hotel Waldorf-Astoria and will visit on Monday at 10:30 hours the secretary general of the UN Ban Ki-moon. He will meet with the Mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg, as well as with the Governor Eliot Spitzer.

NY Times

That the president will have more meetings with his own countrymen than with officials in Washington reflects two political truths. First, Mexican migrants in the United States have become an extension of Mexico?s own politics, and ignored only at great peril. Second, American officials have little use for meetings with President Calderón during an election year in which the subject of immigration has ignited strong emotions on the campaign trail.

Mr. Calderón has already drawn fire from some quarters here for doing too little to stand up for Mexican immigrants in the United States while Washington has cracked down on illegal immigration. Some Mexican immigrant leaders in the United States complained that he was ignoring their troubles after he canceled a trip in September.

In an interview on Thursday, Mr. Calderón said he found the recent immigrant bashing in American society deeply troubling. The message he said he hoped to convey to Mexicans in the United States is that their government has not abandoned them and will help protect their civil rights, even if they broke the law by crossing the border.

?The fundamental message is that we are with them, that the Mexican government is paying attention to Mexicans here in Mexico and in whatever other part of the world, and we are ready to help them with their problems,? he said.

He insists the future prosperity of Latin America depends on the free flow of commerce and labor between the United States and countries to the south.

His government reached a joint security agreement with the Bush administration last year, leading to an unprecedented level of cooperation among law enforcement agencies. He has also resisted calls from unions and peasant groups to reopen parts of the 1994 free trade agreement with Washington and Ottawa.

In the interview, Mr. Calderón argued that the only way the Americas could remain competitive in a world where China and Europe were emerging as major powers once again is to integrate the economies in the Western Hemisphere. He warned that the United States was losing influence.

?What is clear to me is that in Latin America, and in the world, for some reason the United States has been losing friends, and it seems to me it should do everything possible to reach out to the few friends it has left.?

Yet for all his efforts to strengthen relations with the United States, those ties have clearly been strained. Adding to tensions have been America?s efforts to build a 700-mile wall along the border and recent incidents in which tear gas and gunshots were fired at Mexicans crossing clandestinely, he said.

At the same time, he said, the heated anti-immigrant rhetoric of conservative talk show hosts and some politicians has created a hostile environment for the millions of Mexicans in the United States, legally and illegally.

?I?m very worried because this has generated an atmosphere full of prejudice, an anti-immigrant atmosphere with certain themes that are also anti-Mexican, that benefits no one,? he said. ?It seems to me the worst thing the two countries could do is make our people think our enemy is our neighbor.?

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