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Friday, January 4, 2008

The Next President of the United States?
Obama Would Cede Southwest to Mexico

Obama: Supporting a Third-World Takeover of the U.S. -- See Conquest of Aztlan - the video that exposes Mexico's plan of conquest.
Citizen's Voice -- July 28, 2007
Obama Supports Amnesty
    "Recently, the U.S. Senate failed the American people by blocking progress on immigration reform for the second time in two years," Obama said. "We cannot put this off any longer. The ongoing problems with our immigration system are dividing our country, and distracting us from the work we need to do in other important areas such as health care, education and jobs."
    The comprehensive package Obama supported ran into a firestorm of controversy, with opponents calling it "amnesty."
DotNumbersUSA gave Obama an F- on Amnesty.

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Associated Press
Bill would target benefits for illegal aliens
Omaha Neb. -- Gov. Dave Heineman is targeting illegal immigrants in a proposal that would require state agencies to verify any resident applying for state benefits is in the United States legally. -- The proposal will be introduced as a bill in the Legislature, which begins its 2008 session next week. The bill is a cooperative effort with...AP Internal Use Only

WJLA-TV -- Washington
Virginia panel asked to study immigration proposals
The Virginia Commission on Immigration has been asked to study recommendations that include sanctions against businesses that knowingly employ illegal [aliens... criminals]. The recommendations also would require identity cards and documentation to receive certain benefits. AP Internal Use Only

East Valley Tribune -- Phoenix
Meddlesome Mexicans blast Arizona employer sanctions law
The Mexican government promised Friday to defend any Mexicans affected by an Arizona law that punishes employers who hire undocumented migrants. -- The Arizona law, which went into effect Tuesday, prohibits businesses from knowingly employing illegal [aliens... criminals]... [More Mexican meddling]AP Internal Use Only

Phyllis Schlafly -- WorldNetDaily.com
WTO: World Trade Outrage
"WTO" now stands for "World Trade Outrage" rather than its original name, World Trade Organization. The World Trade Organization just ruled that the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda can freely violate American copyrights and trademarks in order to punish the United States for laws prohibiting Internet gambling. AP Internal Use Only

January 11

Three Points, Arizona | Other Events
Patriots' Border Alliance -- Operation ICE Storm

Associated Press
Undercover operation cracked illegal alien network
For years, federal agents had received tips alleging [illegal aliens... criminals] were working at plants owned by the Pilgrim's Pride Corp., the nation's largest chicken producer. -- This spring, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in Dallas acted on leads that pointed toward two of the company's seven East Texas plants.AP Internal Use Only

Dan Sheehy
Fighting Immigration Anarchy
Why did Tancredo and Gilchrist endorse globalists for president?
Two figures who pushed border security and the illegal-alien invasion to the national stage, Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo and Minuteman Project co-founder Jim Gilchrist, stunned many Americans, including this writer who featured both men in my book Fighting Immigration Anarchy...AP Internal Use Only

Indianapolis Business Journal
Invader backlash could reach Statehouse
Indiana might be one of the next states to consider legislation that places the burden of screening illegal [aliens... criminals] on business. -- At least one such bill is likely to be introduced in the General Assembly, said George Raymond, an Indiana Chamber of Commerce lobbyist specializing in labor relations.AP Internal Use Only

January 19

San Antonio, Texas | Other Events
American Freedom Riders Event

Danbury News-Times
ACLU opposes ICE partnership
Danbury, Conn. -- The legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut said that Danbury's participation in a federal program run by Immigration and Customs Enforcement will lead to racial profiling. -- The Common Council is considering whether city police should participate in a program...AP Internal Use Only

San Clemente (Calif.) Times
A dozen gang arrests in once peaceful beach town
The Orange County Sheriff Department's gang-enforcement unit has made 12 arrests of known gang members in San Clemente in the past six weeks for violating a preliminary injunction barring them from gang-related activities. The injunction, served to 100 different members of the Varrio Chico street gang in San Clemente...AP Internal Use Only

VDare.com        Brenda Walker
The Year in Multiculturalism: News from the culture war
As we enter 2008, friends of America's sovereignty have had a strong year. The crucial victory was the defeat of the nation-killer Kennedy-Bush amnesty scheme. -- In addition, there has been progress in the struggle against multiculturalism, the false ideology underlying open borders. According to multiculturalism...AP Internal Use Only

Devvy Kidd
Devvy Kidd -- NewsWithViews.com
Ron Paul: Rage against the machine
...Duncan Hunter, Tom Tancredo, Sam Brownback and Tommy Thompson, all pro war mongers and players for the machine have been treated with respect. The media, print and electronic, have called Dr. Paul undignified names, ridiculed and made fun of his supporters calling us kooks. Nothing even close has been heaped on the Democrat candidates. AP Internal Use Only

Lake Havasu (Arizona) News-Herald
County prepared to enforce employer sanctions law
A tough new law designed to curb illegal immigration took force across Arizona Tuesday, and the Mohave County Attorney's Office, charged with enforcement of the law locally, says it is prepared to investigate violations immediately. -- "We are up and running because we need to be," said Beverly Brooks...AP Internal Use Only

Associated Press
Arizona Supreme Court issues employer sanctions rules for courts
Phoenix -- The Arizona Supreme Court has adopted new rules detailing how lower courts must handle complaints filed under the state's new employer sanctions law. -- The court rules require that complaints be heard in most cases by a judge, not a jury. The law made no mention of juries. AP Internal Use Only

Carolyn Hileman -- American Daily
This is war....
Call it what you want I call it treason, when senators who are supposed to be doing the bidding of the people decide on their own during the holidays to kill the border fencing when the people called and sent emails in support of this fence it shows simply that our government has resorted to tyranny...AP Internal Use Only

Isabel Garcia
Arizona Daily Star
Sheriff wants BP help -- Reconquistas troll red herring
Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik wants to deputize Border Patrol agents to work with his department's border crimes unit. -- That would give Border Patrol agents the authority to enforce local and state laws, as well as federal immigration law. -- Sheriff's Department officials say the program will give deputies better access to Border Patrol intelligence...AP Internal Use Only

Walter Moore
Dump the Mexican Reconquista L. A. mayor
Los Angeles can and should be the envy of the world. Instead, our city is a mess, and it gets worse each month. We can't afford four more years of a mayor who spends all his time running for the next office, staging photo-ops and going on out- of- town trips. We need a competent, full-time working mayor... [Watch this video]AP Internal Use Only

NBC4-TV -- Washington
Invader accused of sex abuse of minor arrested
Fairfax, Va. -- Immigration and customs officials have arrested a fugitive immigrant accused of sexually abusing a minor in Frederick. -- Raul Ernesto Sarmiento Sanchez, a Honduran national, was arrested on Dec. 27 at a Fairfax County apartment, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said. [More 'family values']AP Internal Use Only

War memorial damage may be job of Latino gang
An author and investigative journalist who has done extensive research on notorious Hispanic street gangs says it's "sickening" that a Vietnam War memorial has been defaced with gang graffiti.  -- Veterans in New Haven, Connecticut, are outraged over the vandalized memorial at Long Wharf. AP Internal Use Only

Denver Post
Tancredo sees loss in Huckabee win
For Tom Tancredo, who stepped out of the Republican race to support Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee's runaway win in Iowa on Thursday spelled big trouble for the Colorado congressman's anti- illegal- immigration cause. --- During his run for the GOP presidential nomination, Tancredo - whose single issue was a hard-line stance against...AP Internal Use Only

San Francisco Examiner
Crackpot supervisor wants to aid and abet invaders
Arlington, Va. -- New Arlington County Board Chairman J. Walter Tejada stressed broad initiatives on affordable housing, public health and inclusiveness of immigrants - legal and illegal - as he began his term Tuesday, while other board members warned of a budget crunch ahead...AP Internal Use Only

Yeh Ling Ling
Diversity Alliance for Sustainable America
Candidates must learn from China before making promises to voters
Forty years ago, China symbolized the Third World at a time when the U.S. was the most prosperous country. Since then, the U.S. has become the greatest debtor nation in history while China now holds the largest foreign-currency reserves in the world. What have the Chinese done right?AP Internal Use Only

Joseph Farah -- WorldNetDaily.com
Don't silence Ron Paul!
...But, from my perspective as a newsman of 30 years, one thing is certain ­ Ron Paul has more than earned the right to participate in the Jan. 6 presidential debate sponsored by Fox News Channel. -- Yet, he is being barred, censored, silenced, eliminated, squelched, muted, suppressed, stifled. [Related Poll]AP Internal Use Only

Family Security Matters       Sher Zieve
Congress shirking its duty in border control meltdown
In case you happened to miss recent news on the subject, the U.S. Congress seems to now be officially welcoming terrorists, drug and people-smugglers into the United States of America. The only thing that seems to be missing is the proverbial red carpet for non-citizen criminals ­ many of whom have vowed to destroy the U.S.A.AP Internal Use Only

Washington (D. C.) Daily News
Rep. Jones pledges to support border fence
U.S. Rep. Walter Jones became the first member of Congress to sign a pledge to fund construction of a barrier between the U.S. and Mexico. -- In signing the pledge this week, Jones, who represents the state's 3rd Congressional District, vows "to vote for, fully fund, and speedily expedite the construction of a secure double fence..." AP Internal Use Only

KTAR -- Phoenix
Company feels sting of employers sanctions
At least one Valley business already is feeling the effects of Arizona's new employers sanctions law, which took effect three days ago. -- IronCo Enterprises has let several workers go, president Sheridan Bailey said Wednesday. -- Bailey said about 10 workers were dismissed, ''some people we let go for performance reasons, others for status reasons."AP Internal Use Only

Associated Press
Huckabee predicts 'a great month' after Iowa win
Republican Mike Huckabee hopes to follow his victory in Iowa's caucus with a win in New Hampshire by appealing to the state's famous fervor for low taxes. -- The former Arkansas governor supports a proposal to eliminate federal income taxes in favor of a 23% national sales tax...AP Internal Use Only

Chattanooga Times-Free Press
Deputies to get immigration enforcement training
Six Whitfield County [Georgia] sheriff's officers will begin training this month to allow them to identify, hold and even start deportation of illegal [aliens... criminals] booked into the county jail on criminal charges, officials said. -- Sheriff Scott Chitwood said his department applied several months ago to the U.S. DHS...AP Internal Use Only

Ramos & Compean
Christopher Ruddy -- Newsmax.com
Bush should pardon Ramos and Compean
Before leaving the White House, President Bush should do the right thing and pardon the two Border Patrol agents who were sentenced to lengthy prison terms for shooting a fleeing drug smuggler - a case that's been called a "prosecutorial travesty." -- The facts are fairly well known: Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean were arrested...AP Internal Use Only

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