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Thursday, January 31, 2008

The Truth War
Media vs America

President McCain would cede the Southwestern U.S. to Mexico, fulfilling its dream of the Conquest of Aztlan.
American Patrol
Liberal Media vs The People
    John McCain joined with liberal Sen. Ted Kennedy to sponsor the 2007 amnesty bill. McCain has said that he would push for amnesty once the border fence has been installed. Bill King, the man who ran the 1986 amnesty program said any new amnesty program would legalize half of Mexico.
    Mexican president Zedillo once said: "I have proudly affirmed that the Mexican nation extends beyond the territory enclosed by its borders and that Mexican migrants are an important, a very important part of it."
    If the American people knew these things, they would not vote for McCain. But they don't know things because the liberal media won't let them know. Even the Federation for American Immigration Reform won't touch the real issue.
    We are now in a war, with the people needing the truth and the liberal media working to deny them of it.

Denver Post    sc    
New turn in '06 access of criminal database   
Records released Wednesday indicate a staff member at the Denver district attorney's office received a message from an employee of Bill Ritter's gubernatorial campaign about a felon whose criminal record was accessed by DA employees from a restricted federal database two days later. [See this web site] AP Internal Use Only

Media Matters   
Gilchrist nails La Raza, the ADL, and the SPLC on Glenn Beck   
On Glenn Beck, Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist claimed that a sign in downtown Los Angeles identifying "La Raza Plaza" "is perhaps a racist sign." He further stated: "And if we're going to have a La Raza Plaza sign, what's next? A KKK Plaza sign, a Black Panther Plaza sign?" AP Internal Use Only

KTAR -- Phoenix   
Mexican sex fiends arrested in Arizona   
Two illegal [aliens.... criminals] who have criminal records for sex offenses have been arrested in separate incidents in southern Arizona. -- Border Patrol agents arrested Sotero Fuentes-Angulo, a Mexican national and admitted gang member, near Nogales early Wednesday... [More 'family values'] AP Internal Use Only

WJLA-TV -- Washington   
Bill introduced to block services for invaders   
Annapolis, Md. -- The leading Republican in the House of Delegates has introduced legislation to block illegal [aliens.... criminals] from receiving some government services. -- The bill sponsored by House Minority Leader Anthony O'Donnell would clarify the law so people without proof of legal residency would not be... AP Internal Use Only

Newsday -- New York   
Suffolk proposes new crackdown on invaders   
Hauppauge, NY -- An advocate for Long Island's immigrant community decried a proposal Thursday that would require construction companies to prove their employees are legally eligible to work in the US. -- The proposal is the latest effort by the Suffolk Co. Legislature to address local concerns about the influx of...   AP Internal Use Only

J. B. Williams -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto   
John McCain is an outright liar!   
Republicans had better rush to come to grips with the reality that all of our smart options for the 2008 election cycle are already off the table. Unlike past elections, Republicans actually had two very strong conservatives to unite behind in the 2008 primaries, Thompson and Hunter, and they failed to unite behind either of them. AP Internal Use Only

Federation for American Immigration Reform  
Calls still needed! Economic stimulus plan still in limbo      
As we told you on January 30, the economic stimulus package going through Congress right now has loopholes that allow the IRS to issue tax rebate checks to illegal aliens. Yesterday, the Senate Finance Committee took up the Senate version of...

El Paso Times   
Ex-border agent returned from Mexico   
An El Paso Border Patrol agent who was arrested in 2006 on bribery charges and who fled to Mexico while out of jail on bond was returned to El Paso on Wednesday, officials of the U.S. Marshals Service said. -- Arturo Arzate Jr., who was a Border Patrol agent for 20 years, is accused of waving loads of drugs through the checkpoint... AP Internal Use Only

Dallas Morning News  
Remittances to Mexico drop as U.S. economy slows, enforcement increases 
... For the first time in years, the flow of remittances – greenbacks from Mexico's many migrants in the U.S. – was virtually flat along what the World Bank calls the planet's largest migration corridor. Mexico's Central Bank reported Wednesday that it received nearly $24 billion in 2007, compared with $23.74 billion in 2006... AP Internal Use Only

Fort Wayne (Indiana) Journal-Gazette   
Sheriff quells fears on invader checks   
A proposal to train Allen County sheriff’s officers to arrest and detain illegal [aliens.... criminals] has met some resistance from local minority groups fearing residents will be targeted. -- Sheriff Ken Fries met with several minority leaders this week after they asked to speak with him...  AP Internal Use Only

Visalia (Calif.) Times-Delta   
RINO McCain a risky commander-in-chief?   
...John McCain, no matter how he weasel words it, is for amnesty for millions of illegal aliens in our country and which clearly is in opposition to the vast majority of Americans. When asked in the debate if he would vote today for his McCain/Kennedy amnesty bill he would not answer the question... AP Internal Use Only

Rosanna Pulido -- Chicago Daily Herald   
Minutemen should support Jim Oberweis for Congress  
As the former director of the Illinois Minuteman Project, I know there is no other choice but Jim Oberweis in the 14th U.S. House District. -- Oberweis has shown leadership and vision and was willing to take the heat for telling the truth about illegal immigration in Illinois... AP Internal Use Only

Jim Kouri, CPP --  Family Security Matters  
Techno Violence: Gang members threaten cops on YouTube   
Two men who threatened members of the Miami-Dade Police Department's Special Investigation Gang Unit were arrested here last Tuesday following a joint operation of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and officers from the Miami-Dade Police Department... AP Internal Use Only

Associated Press   
100 Nepalese workers missing from Alabama plant   
About 100 people who came from Nepal to work at a north Alabama factory seemingly vanished from a pair of apartment buildings, along with a lot of furniture and appliances, and can't be located, officials said Tuesday. -- Immigration agents are trying to determine what happened to the Nepalese workers... AP Internal Use Only

Deseret Morning News -- Salt Lake City     
Repeal of driver cards for invaders passes House committee   
Utah's [illegal aliens.... criminals] may no longer be able to drive legally, after the House Law Enforcement Committee sent to the floor a bill to repeal driving privilege cards, in a party line 6-3 vote. -- The cards were created in 2005, as a compromise that allowed [invaders] to get insurance... AP Internal Use Only

Middle-eastern invaders nabbed in Mississippi   
A Mississippi-based immigration activist is appalled that potential terrorists were among a group of illegal aliens apprehended by federal agents in a sting operation along Interstate 20 in the Magnolia State. -- Operation Uniforce was conducted during a two-week period this month by a special Border Patrol task force targeting I-20 because... AP Internal Use Only

Cybercast News Service   
More on McCain and his Mexican Reconquista staffer Hernandez   
...He [Mexican gov't lackey and 'think Mexico first' kook Juan Hernandez] has not responded to requests by Cybercast News Service to answer critics who say a man who allegedly took an oath of office to the Mexican government and has been an outspoken advocate for open borders and illegal immigrants should clarify how his views comport with those of McCain... AP Internal Use Only

Reed Business Information  
Contractor charged with smuggling illegal aliens   
U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has brought criminal charges against an Orem, Utah-based construction contractor for an alleged scheme to bring illegal aliens into the country and require them to work for his business to pay off their smuggling debts... AP Internal Use Only

Jack Engelhard -- Family Security Matters   
McCain/McAmnesty (This Is Personal)   
Somewhere along his talk show campaign, John McCain spoke about his "sharp" differences with Democrats. -- Really? -- I can't find anything "sharp" in his differences on campaign finance reform (McCain-Feingold), or on hiking taxes (McCain-Lieberman), and certainly there is nothing to distinguish McCain from... AP Internal Use Only

Ann Coulter -- WorldNetDaily.com   
Coulter on Florida: 'Republicans are unalterably stupid'   
...McCain's neurotic boast that he is the only Republican who supported the surge is beginning to sound as insane as Bill Clinton's claim to being the "first black president" – although less insulting to blacks. As with the Clintons, you find yourself looking up such tedious facts as this, which ran a week after Bush announced the surge... AP Internal Use Only

Greensboro (North Carolina) News & Record   
Supermarket settles discrimination claim   
A supermarket has agreed to pay a total of $40,000 to three former employees who accused the store of discriminating against non-Hispanic workers. -- The former employees filed the complaint last year, saying they were forced out of their Compare Foods jobs in 2004 because they were not Hispanic...

Muslim American Society -- Falls Church, Virginia   
More states refusing illegal aliens IDs   
The road for illegal immigrants in the U.S. is getting shorter, literally. More states are refusing to issue drivers' licenses to undocumented aliens, while 4 of 5 states that still allows illegal migrants to drive are thinking of changing course... AP Internal Use Only

KUSI-TV -- San Diego  Video Report 
San Diego Minutemen file lawsuit against Caltrans   
Members of the local Minutemen group say the state of California is guilty of discrimination against them. The controversy revolves around an adopt-a-highway project near San Clemente... AP Internal Use Only

Fox News   
Senate fixes loophole in stimulus bill, but not all are pleased   
...The fix requires that anyone eligible for a rebate envisioned in a House-passed $161 billion stimulus package must have to have a valid Social Security number, rather than an Individual Tax Identification Number.. -- The stimulus plan overwhelmingly passed the House on a suspended vote... AP Internal Use Only

KGBT-TV -- Harlingen, Texas   
26 invaders found in Las Peñitas stash house   
Twenty-six illegal [aliens.... criminals] face deportation and two stolen trucks were recovered after an anonymous tip leads authorities to a home, north of Penitas. -- A spokesman for Border Patrol said the [invaders] were found Wednesday afternoon cramped in a small house...AP Internal Use Only

Mychal Massie -- WorldNetDaily.com   
Fear doesn't control my vote   
...I am a conservative, but I'm not an ideologue – nor is my vote governed by fear. That is to say, I will not vote for a Republican nominee to whose positions I am vehemently opposed and/or whom I do not trust, just to keep Obama or, more likely, Clinton out of the White House... AP Internal Use Only

Associated Press   
Strict immigration bill pushed in Wyoming   
Wyoming might become the latest state to try to enact strict immigration-control laws in the absence of federal action on the issue. Some Wyoming lawmakers are pushing an immigration bill modeled after a contentious new Oklahoma law. The law, which took effect last year, makes it a felony to harbor or transport illegal [aliens.... criminals]. AP Internal Use Only

Brenda Walker -- VDare.com   
Latest Treason Lobby Scam: "Undocumented" = "unbanked"   
We in Mexifornia live on the front lines of diversity. Every day politicians, business and the academy work to spread the doctrine of increasing inclusion, sometimes with the discovery of a new group of underprivileged foreigners who need our attention. Our political leaders in particular are highly attuned to any alleged discomfort on the part of Mexicans... AP Internal Use Only

California RINO governor to endorse RINO McCain   
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will endorse Sen. John McCain for president [the same globalist nightmare who has rabid Reconquista and Mexican gov't hack Juan Hernandez on his staff], the Los Angeles Times reported on Wednesday, citing sources close to both men.   AP Internal Use Only

Huffington Post   
'Tan Klan' launches campaign targeting Dobbs, Beck, Buchanan   
The country's leading Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization is set to begin a campaign targeting several newscasters and presidential candidates for what it deems "rhetoric that demonizes [aliens.... criminals] and Hispanic Americans." -- The National Council of La Raza [The Race], which includes nearly 300 affiliated organizations... [See web site established by this gaggle of radical left-wingers]AP Internal Use Only

Council Bluffs (Iowa) Nonpareil       
Dems critical of GOP immigration plan   
...The GOP plan would, among other things, authorize immigration and customs enforcement, or ICE, training for local law enforcement should local jurisdictions choose to participate. State troopers would also go through this ICE training... AP Internal Use Only

WLFI-TV -- Lafayette, Indiana   
Hundreds may lose drivers licenses today   
Hundreds of Indiana residents may lose their driver's licenses Thursday if they don't have valid Social Security cards. Social Security numbers have been required for drivers licenses for several years. But now the BMV is checking to make sure those numbers are valid. AP Internal Use Only

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