Lying About the Fence
New Survey Proves Deliberate Deception
||American Border Patrol -- January 25
"He lied about the fence when he wanted amnesty passed. Then he lied about the fence when he wanted the Senate to give him control." So claims Glenn Spencer of American Patrol. Spencer bases his claim on a survey of the border that showed a total of 163 miles of fence in place, not 284 miles as claimed by Chertoff.
"The American people are once again being bamboozled and our border remains open," Spencer said.
Today ABP will release its recently completed comprehensive survey of the border. According to Spencer it proves beyond the shadow of a doubt that Chertoff is lying about border security.
Washington Post -- January 25
Senators Challenge DHS on Border Stops
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Kansas law to affect invader driver's licenses
A law enacted last year requiring people to prove they're in Kansas legally before getting a driver's license is expected to reduce the number of licenses issued to illegal [aliens.... criminals], a Senate committee was told Thursday. -- "Over the next six years, we might see 50,000 licenses not renewed because they can't prove lawful residence..."
|Jerome R. Corsi -- WorldNetDaily
McCain aide touts 'Mexico first' policy
The Hispanic outreach director for Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign is a dual American-Mexican citizen known for his "Mexico first" declarations to immigrants in the U.S., WND has confirmed. -- Word of the appointment, made in November, spread across the Internet last night...
Did Bush destroy the Republican Party?
Peggy Noonan aims her considerable cannon at George Bush this morning in the Wall Street Journal in the middle of her analysis of the primaries. She fingers him as the main culprit in the destruction of the Republican Party, discounting other and perhaps better causes and engaging in just a little hyperbole...
|Los Angeles Times
With Thompson out, Tom McClintock leans to Ron Paul
With Fred Thompson out of the presidential race, who's a self-respecting conservative to go for? Could it be, maybe, perhaps, a certain Republican-libertarian from Texas? -- That's one question perplexing California state Sen. Tom McClintock, possibly the second-most-famous California Republican currently in office after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger...
|Kevin McCullough --Townhall.com
Why McCain's pro-amnesty campaign advisor is a big freakin' deal
Old Senator McCain nearly pulled it off. He nearly had GOP voters thinking that he gave more than a rat's backside about the security of our borders. He nearly had once again morphed his angry, goof-ball demeanor into a lovable fuzz-ball just waiting for us to give him the chance to take the reigns of the nation...
|USA Today SC
Immigration database to mine 9 federal sources
A massive new database program that culls information from more than nine federal sources will help law enforcement agents link possible terrorists or other suspected criminals with associates whose records are in the system, federal officials say...
|WCSH-TV -- Portland, Maine
State to launch investigation into case involving criminal invader
Augusta, Me. -- The state is launching an investigation into a high level state employee who helped an illegal immigrant who later robbed a bank get a driver's license. -- Niall Clark will be sentenced next month for robbing a bank in Bangor in October 2006. Clark is from Ireland and used a Maine driver's license to buy the gun...
Sessions challenges candidates on immigration
U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions challenged this year's presidential candidates Thursday to sign off on 15 steps -- including completion of a 700-mile border fence and creation of special identification cards for non-citizens -- that he said could drastically reduce illegal immigration into the United States...
Virginia gang activity linked to invaders
Illegal [aliens.... criminals] are responsible for much of the gang activity in Virginia, and the relationship among local, state and federal law enforcement agencies should be strengthened to better address the problem, according to a study by a Washington think tank that advocates limits on immigration.
|Fox News sc
ICE, LAPD capture most wanted immigration fugitive
Authorities snared a once-deported gang member who is one of Immigration and Customs Enforcement's 10 Most Wanted fugitives in Los Angeles, according to MyFOXLA.com. -- David Rivera, a member of the MS-13 gang, has alleged links to several murders and prior arrests on sexual assault and drug charges...
|KTAR -- Phoenix
One in ten Arizona workers are invaders
One in 10 Arizona workers are here illegally [i.e. they're criminals], according to a revealing new study. -- The Pew Hispanic Center says the new number is based on U.S. Census data and their own surveys. -- Steven Camarota, an [illegal] immigration critic with the Center for Immigration Studies, says...
Another open-borders nut endorses RINO McCain
U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez will endorse Republican presidential candidate John McCain later today, according to a person close to McCain's campaign. -- Martinez will announce the endorsement at a meeting of the Latin Builders Association in Miami, which McCain is scheduled to address at 4:45 p.m. (EST)...
Open borders fanatic Hernandez has joined the McCain campaign
John McCain says that he has heard the American people and now understands that we need to secure the border before enacting any "comprehensive" immigration reform. But John McCain has also said that he hasn't changed his position. He supported amnesty in 2003 by name, proposed it in 2006 and 2007 without calling it amnesty...
Kentucky immigration bill's cost not known
The sponsor of a tough immigration crackdown bill told state lawmakers on Wednesday that he doesn't know how much his proposal would cost local and state agencies. But, given the mood in Washington, he expects the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to be a ready source of funds...
McCain's open-borders outreach director: The next DHS secretary?
...[American traitor and creepy Mexican Fifth-Columnist Juan] Hernandez and I go way back. He had a bad habit of calling you "My friend" during TV debates while smoothly peddling open-borders propaganda. I cured that bad habit several years ago during a Fox News segment by pointing out that he was not, in fact, "my friend."
|Pat Buchanan -- VDare.com
McCain Means: Amnesty, taxes, liberal judges, First Amendment erosion...
In 2004, the voters of Arizona, by 56 percent to 44 percent, enacted Proposition 200, requiring proof of citizenship before an individual may vote or receive state benefits. Forty-six percent of Hispanics voted for Prop. 200, giving the lie to those who say Hispanics support the illegal invasion of their country...
Former top cop spews nonsense over Oregon ban on invader licenses
...Mandating proof of citizenship or residency status before issuing a driver's license will have the unintended consequence of increasing unlicensed and uninsured drivers. More and more people will be on Oregon roadways without any benefit of a skills driving test. The most profound consequences will be seen in the Latino community...
|Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald / Review
BP puts hold on stabbing suspect
A federal hold has been placed on the teenager charged with stabbing a fellow Buena High School student Tuesday morning. -- U.S. B. P. spokesman Jesus Rodriguez said Wednesday afternoon that the detainer was filed at the Cochise County Jail for Kevin R. Suarez because the B.P. was unable to verify that Suarez was in the US legally.
|Jerome R. Corsi -- WorldNetDaily.com
Hunter wants 'fence' back in 'Secure Fence Act'
Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif, author of the fencing provisions of the Secure Fence Act of 2006, has introduced new legislation in the House of Representatives to require the construction of double-layered fencing along the U.S. border with Mexico within six months.
|Marcus Epstein -- VDare.com
The Huckster takes the NumbersUSA pledge -- Too bad for NumbersUSA
With every Republican candidate scrambling to position themselves as genuine patriotic immigration reformers, Mike Huckabee was given a great boost when he signed NumbersUSA’s "No Amnesty" Pledge. NumbersUSA President and CEO, Roy Beck went down in person to South Carolina to appear...
Stowaways found on Ethiopian plane at Dulles
Two men who stowed away on a flight from Ethiopia to Dulles International Airport were being held on misdemeanor charges Thursday, immigration officials said. -- The men were found Wednesday during a security inspection of the Ethiopian Airlines jet, said Pat Reilly, a spokeswoman for U.S. ICE.
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]
|Hot Air / Freedom Folks sc
McCain teams up with Mexican government hack Juan Hernandez
According to Michelle Malkin's Hot Air and Chicago's Freedom Folks, amnesty champion and annoying RINO John McCain has recruited none other than U. S. born traitor and Mexican government lackey Juan Hernandez to aid in his campaign. Hernandez is a dangerous menace who wants us to 'think Mexico first.'
|Peggy Noonan -- Wall Street Journal
Breaking up is hard to do (Bush destroyed GOP)
We begin, as one always must now, again, with Bill Clinton. The past week he has traveled South Carolina, leaving discord in his wake. Barack Obama, that "fairytale," is low, sneaky. "He put out a hit job on me." The press is cruelly carrying Mr. Obama's counter-jabs. "You live for it."
|KGTV -- San Diego
Invader named as suspect in death of elderly woman
An autopsy determined Thursday that a North County great-grandmother found dead in her trailer home was strangled, and authorities named her now-absent male roommate as a suspect in her death. -- Deputies conducting a welfare check on Mimi Rohwer early Wednesday morning found her body... [More of Bush's pet fiends]
|The Spectrum -- St. George, Utah
Bust nets national drug ring
Agents from the Drug Enforcement Agency and Washington County Drug Task Force took part in bringing down a multi-state drug trafficking ring Wednesday night. -- Michael Root, supervisory special agent over drug enforcement in Utah, said they received a tip months ago from Indiana that there were individuals in St. George involved in...
|Mychal Massie -- Washington Times
Justice for two
President Bush has disappointed his staunchest supporters no few times during his presidency, but nothing -- not even his failed attempt to force a flawed immigration bill upon the nation -- has been more disappointing than his refusal to pardon or commute the sentences of incarcerated border agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean.
|Bill Clinton and Arnold Schwarzenegger -- Wall Street Journal
Beyond payday loans
The American dream is founded on the belief that people who work hard and play by the rules will be able to earn a good living, raise a family in comfort and retire with dignity. -- But that dream is harder to achieve for millions of Americans because they spend too much of their hard-earned money on fees to...
|Allentown Morning Call
Morganelli announces his run for state attorney general
Harrisburg, Pa. -- Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli launched his third bid to become the state's first Democratic attorney general Wednesday. He vowed, if elected, to appoint an independent prosecutor to investigate the millions of dollars in bonuses paid to legislative employees in 2006.
|WSET-TV -- Lynchburg, Virginia
Migrant housing plan approved
A Bedford County man has gotten the green light from the Planning Commission to build homes for his employees. They come to work for him from Mexico. Now, he plans to use part of his land, to put up townhomes for them...
Invaders call on Mexican consulate to do more to halt deportations
Some "immigrants" held a protest outside the Mexican Consulate's Midtown office on Wednesday, calling on it to do more to prevent deportations. -- Protestors want the consulate to help defend the rights of its citizens. They say Mexico is the leading receiving country of U.S. deportees.