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Tuesday, January 8, 2008

From Islam to African Nationalist
Obama's Church Says It All For Him

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Mexico: "Black Kennedy"
American Patrol -- January 8
Have Americans Lost Their Minds?
    Barack Obama is for amnesty for all illegal aliens. As president he would cede the Southwest to Mexico. (See NY Times"This land is their land")
    Now we learn that this former Muslim belongs to a church that smacks of Black Supremacy and openly states a "non-negotiable commitment to Africa."
    What would a President Obama do, open our borders to millions of African refugees? Would he send U.S. Troops into Kenya, his father's birthplace?
    "This is outright insanity," said Glenn Spencer of American Patrol. "The idea that Americans would vote for guy whose basic beliefs and commitments are so antithetical to their interests is stunning." Spencer said he now sees how a slick talking Adolph Hitler was elected Chancellor of Germany.

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Washington Post
John McRINO wins in New Hampshire
In a remarkable political comeback, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) has won the New Hampshire Republican primary while the Democratic race seems headed down to the wire with results showing a surprisingly tight contest between Sens. Barack Obama (Ill.) and Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.)....

WorldNetDaily.com
Huckabee denies anchor-baby challenge
Gov. Mike Huckabee issued a statement today denying a report that he wants to amend the Constitution to prevent children born in the U.S. to illegal aliens from automatically becoming American citizens. -- A Washington Times story cited his top immigration adviser, Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist...

KTWX-TV -- Waco, Texas
Central Texas city may require proof workers are legal
Georgetown is looking into ways to ensure that businesses doing work for the Central Texas city are not hiring undocumented workers. -- Georgetown city councilman Keith Brainard says cities should support federal immigration laws by requiring contractors to prove their employees are in the U.S. legally....

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson
Dupnik drops plan to deputize Border Patrol agents
Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik withdrew a plan that would have deputized Border Patrol agents to work alongside the sheriff’s border crimes unit. -- Dozens of immigrant rights activists asked the Board of Supervisors Tuesday not to approve an agreement between the sheriff and the Border Patrol...AP Internal Use Only

Marshall (Minnesota) Independent
Seifert backs Pawlenty package aimed at cracking down on hiring of illegals
Hoping to take tougher steps against illegal immigrants, Gov. Tim Pawlenty on Monday signed several executive orders and announced a series of legislative initiatives designed to punish employers who knowingly hire illegals and tie state law enforcement more closely to federal immigrant crackdowns.AP Internal Use Only

WYFF-TV -- Greenville, South Carolina
Lawmaker promotes state plan for illegal immigration
Greenbelt, Md. -- -- A former Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration employee has been sentenced to 40 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for unlawfully issuing state identification documents, often to illegal immigrants, prosecutors said...

NBC4-TV -- Washington
Man accused of issuing IDs to invaders sentenced
Greenbelt, Md. -- -- A former Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration employee has been sentenced to 40 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for unlawfully issuing state identification documents, often to illegal immigrants, prosecutors said...

ThreatsWatch.org
DOJ: Mexico main meth supplier to U.S.
Mexico has always been known as a grower of marijuana. It has been known as the conduit for South American cocaine to the United States. For as long as I can remember, U.S. counterdrug efforts have seen the Mexican border as a prime target for interdiction efforts. In fact, at a recent Homeland Security Roundtable...

Kevin Eggers -- Napa Valley News
Ron Paul is a man of the people, Constitution
Congressman Ron Paul of Texas, a "champion of the Constitution," is seeking to become the president of the United States of America. -- Paul is running on a "Hope for America" campaign as he promises to restore the Constitution as the law of the land...

Starts
January 11

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

Detroit News
Huckabee begins Michigan push
Republican Mike Huckabee's late-starting Michigan campaign begins in earnest this week with an eight-city swing by a high-profile supporter, possibly followed by TV advertising and an appearance by the candidate himself late in the week.....

Business Wire
Ron Paul Wins Nevada Republican Assembly Straw Poll
On Saturday, Republican presidential candidate and Texas Congressman Ron Paul won the Nevada Republican Assembly's Straw Poll with 39 percent. -- Dr. Paul had more than double the support of John McCain who received second place with 15 percent of the straw poll vote....

Starts
January 19

San Antonio, Texas | Other Events
American Freedom Riders Event

Mark Krikorian -- National Review
Amnesty John
In Saturday’s debate, John McCain called anyone accusing him of supporting amnesty a “liar.” Actually, he wasn’t bold enough to make the accusation directly, instead cravenly quoting his most notable supporter: “Joe Lieberman said, John McCain has never supported amnesty, and anybody says that he does is a liar, is lying.”....

Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Illegal immigration, police accreditation debated at hearing
A public hearing on the re-accreditation of the Cobb County Police Department quickly turned to the topic of illegal immigration Monday night. -- The department received words of praise from the Alpharetta and Marietta police departments, the Georgia Bureau of Investigations, former Cobb County commissioners...

Steve Sailer -- VDare.com
Why hasn't crime fallen further? The immigration explanation
One of the creepier experiences I had last year was walking past the TV as the local news reported on a woman who had been knifed repeatedly in the neck and face by a robber in her apartment. As the broadcast introduced more details about the nameless victim, I started to feel a horrible sense of inevitability...

San Francisco Chronicle
Court upholds deportation order for couple trying to have a child
A federal appeals court upheld a deportation order Monday against a South San Francisco couple who had hoped to gain legal status by having a child, but were forbidden by their Roman Catholic faith to use artificial means of conception....

DiversityInc.com
Latinos' warning to Democrats: Ignore us now, pay later
Despite trailing better-known Republican contenders such as Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney and John McCain since announcing his presidential bid, Mike Huckabee emerged from the shadows to claim victory in Iowa shortly after releasing a proposal in December that called for tougher immigration enforcement and tighter border security...

ECM Publishers
Hispanic state senator gripes about Pawlenty's actions
The illegal immigration debate flared at the Capitol on Monday (Jan. 7) with Gov. Tim Pawlenty signing executive orders dealing with immigration law enforcement and further presenting a handful of legislative initiatives aimed at curbing illegal immigration...

Paul Craig Roberts -- VDare.com
No Jobs for the New Economy or the Old
December did not bring Americans any jobs. To the contrary, the private sector lost 13,000 jobs from the previous month. -- If December is a harbinger of the New Year, it is going to be a bad one. The past year, hailed by Republican propagandists and "free trade" economists as proof ...

Gainesville (Georgia) Times
Sheriff’s officials gearing up for immigration program
Hall County deputies will soon begin deportation proceedings for any person booked into the county jail who is determined to be in the country illegally. -- Sheriff Steve Cronic said nine of his deputies began training today for the 287(g) program, a local-federal partnership that gives sheriff’s officials new authority...

Baltimore Sun
Trio plead guilty to hiring of Invaders
Arizona workers lose $1.4 billion in wages a year because companies here hire illegal entrants, according to a study commissioned by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. -- George Borjas, a professor of economic and social policy at Harvard University, also concluded that...

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson
Study: Entrants cost AZ workers $1.4B a year
Arizona workers lose $1.4 billion in wages a year because companies here hire illegal entrants, according to a study commissioned by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. -- George Borjas, a professor of economic and social policy at Harvard University, also concluded that...

WIS-TV
SC politicians determined to pass immigration reform
South Carolina's number one issue is immigration reform. That's according to House Speaker Bobby Harrell. He says there could be 75,000 illegal aliens residing in our state, 15 times as many as we had a decade ago.

Business Journal of Phoenix
Thomas, Arpaio eye employer sanctions enforcements
Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas said Monday that his office and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio are reviewing complaints about businesses hiring illegal immigrants from last year to possibly take action under the state's new employer sanctions law.


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