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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Open Border - Dead Agent
DHS Negligence Responsible

Border Survey Monument shows open border near where BP agent was killed. See more
San Diego Union-Tribune -- January 20
Fleeing vehicle strikes, kills border agent
    A U.S. Border Patrol agent was killed yesterday morning when he was intentionally struck by a Hummer fleeing law enforcement officers in the Imperial Sand Dunes near Yuma, Ariz.
    The agent was hit about 9:30 a.m. as he was putting down spike strips near Gray's Well Road, about a mile from the border with Mexico.

Note: The entire border is open near where the agent was killed. See the attached map for proof.

Jim Kouri, CPP -- Mens News Daily   
RINO McCain counting on voters' short memories   
In the midst of this presidential race, many GOP faithful appear to have forgotten that Senator John McCain (R-AZ) and his friend Senator Edward Kennedy (D-MA) were planning last December to introduce a new immigration bill that is even more liberal than their past "amnesty" bill. They're calling it a fast-track to citizenship for illegal aliens. AP Internal Use Only

Associated Content   
Nevada, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul don't exist to the Media   
Nevada voters gave Mitt Romney first place and Ron Paul second place. And true to form, FOX and CNN practically dismissed the whole vote in Nevada. -- The media has decided to ignore those considered more "conservative" than others. In other words, if you are Duncan Hunter, Fred Thompson, Mitt Romney or Ron Paul, your airtime will be short... AP Internal Use Only

Howie Carr -- Boston Globe   
Evolution of a campaign: Huckster’ 08   
The end is near. That theme was no doubt a staple of the sermons of the Rev. Mike Huckabee, although the dope from Hope now refuses to release his fire-and-brimstone perorations. -- But the polls before yesterday’s primary in South Carolina were a veritable Book of Revelations that his political Armageddon was just around the corner. AP Internal Use Only

Nashville Tennessean   
Tennessee employers shun ID database   
When Tennesseean new law penalizing employers who knowingly hire illegal workers went into effect Jan. 1, the state gave companies a clear way to avoid the law's serious consequences: Use the E-Verify system. -- Despite that incentive, the number of Tennessee employers who use the federal identity check database remains minute... AP Internal Use Only

WWL-TV - New Orleans   
Deputies recover over $100K in stolen equipment (invaders involved)   
St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s deputies recovered more than $100,000 worth of stolen construction equipment and arrested seven men connected to the case. -- According to Captain George Bonnett, a sheriff’s office spokesman, the arrests were made last Thursday...AP Internal Use Only

San Francisco Examiner   
Maryland town courting invaders   
Mount Rainier is home to thousands of immigrants, and if city council members get their way, the Prince George's County community will be putting out a welcome mat for more to come. -- Councilman Pedro Briones has proposed an ordinance that would prohibit city employees from asking residents about their immigration status, thwarting federal immigration laws... [Related item] AP Internal Use Only

State Rep. Bobby Harrell -- Island Packet -- Hilton Head Island, South Carolina   
State lawmakers ready to tackle illegal immigration in '08   
...Oklahoma and Georgia have become two of the most recent states to pass strict, comprehensive illegal immigration laws. And these laws are working. In Oklahoma alone, it is estimated that 25,000 illegal aliens have left the state since the adoption of the new law. -- Georgia is our next-door neighbor. If our state does not take action ... AP Internal Use Only

Dallas Morning News
Good News! ICE still booting invaders over minor offenses   
U.S. ICE is still accepting illegal immigrants arrested on Class C misdemeanors, despite issuing a memo less than two months ago saying it would no longer take many of those referrals. -- ICE spokesman Carl Rusnok said the memo was prompted by a deluge of referral requests from local law enforcement...AP Internal Use Only

Washington Post   
RINO McCain wins South Carolina GOP primary   
Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) won a narrow victory over former governor Mike Huckabee (Ark.) in today's South Carolina Republican presidential primary, avenging a loss eight years ago in the Palmetto State and re-staking his claim as the campaign's front-runner. AP Internal Use Only

Washington Post  
Duncan Hunter throws in the towel   
California Rep. Duncan Hunter dropped out of the Republican presidential race after placing near the bottom of the pack in Nevada's voting and even before the polls closed in South Carolina's primary. -- In a statement, Hunter said he recognized that his campaign had not gained "traction" and he said he will return to the House of Representatives... AP Internal Use Only

Asbury Park Press   
Mexican invader gets five years for touching 6-year-olds   
Freehold, NJ -- An illegal [alien.... criminal] from Mexico was sentenced Friday to five years in prison after pleading guilty to inappropriately touching the 6-year-old daughters of his former girlfriend. -- Milton Estrada was sentenced to a five-year prison term, fines... [More of Bush's pet fiends]AP Internal Use Only

Morris County (New Jersey) Daily Record   
Pennacchio targets illegal immigration in U.S. Senate bid   
As he announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate at Liberty State Park on Thursday, state Sen. Joseph Pennacchio said he chose the backdrop for the symbolism of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the former site of the World Trade Center... AP Internal Use Only

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson  
Sheriff could deputize agents of BP if bill passes   
Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik would be able to carry out his plan to deputize Border Patrol agents who work with his border crimes unit if a bill introduced in the state Legislature becomes law. -- The sheriff withdrew an agreement that would have allowed a Border Patrol agent to work closely with... AP Internal Use Only

Providence (Rhode Island) Journal  
"Immigrants," left-wing kooks cry 'xenophobia!' in R. I.   
Racism and xenophobia are contributing to a Rhode Island social climate in which immigrants are regarded as the villains, speakers at a pro-immigration rally said yesterday. -- “We build walls for people who have to leave their country for economic reasons,” said Gladys Gould of the Providence Presbyterian Church, one of a number of organizations that took part in “Unite for Fairness,” held at the Pawtucket Visitors Center. AP Internal Use Only

Deseret Morning News -- Salt Lake City
Lawmakers, LDS Church brainstorm brainstorm  
LDS Church leaders have told legislative bosses that the "element of humanity" should be re-introduced to the state's immigration debates. -- Before each general session, GOP and Democratic leaders in the House and Senate sit down separately with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints special affairs committee... AP Internal Use Only

Allan Wall -- VDare.com   
Mexico's New Meddling Plan: "Zero tolerance" legal assault on American immigration patriots   
Article 41 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations states that "it is the duty of all persons enjoying such privileges and immunities (diplomats) to respect the laws and regulations of the receiving State." Mexico is a stickler for enforcing the Vienna Convention in its own territory. AP Internal Use Only

Business Wire   
Kucinich endorsed by rabid Mexican Reconquista fanatic   
...The endorsement of Kucinich from MAPA for the upcoming California Democratic Primary was decided after a vote by the organization’s members earlier in the day. A statement accompany the endorsement, which was announced by MAPA President Nativo Lopez, said...    AP Internal Use Only

Press Media Wire 
Fact Check: Huckabee flip-flops, misleads on immigration  
Despite what pro-Mike Huckabee push polls may claim, Huckabee does not have a conservative record on key issues when compared to Congressman Ron Paul. -- Huckabee flip-flopped on ending birthright citizenship. -- Ron Paul has not wavered in his support of ending birthright citizenship for illegal aliens...AP Internal Use Only

Houston Chronicle  
Usual suspects bewail invader sweeps 
A national [illegal alien.... criminal] advocacy organization on Thursday released a report that accused U.S. officials of stepping up workplace raids and immigration sweeps to "instill fear in communities." --- Arnoldo Garcia, the director of the Immigrant Justice & Rights Program at NNIRR, described a "climate of hate and intolerance and bigotry" against [illegal aliens.... criminals]... AP Internal Use Only

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