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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Lou Dobbs on Radio - Is He Going Along With La Raza's Censorship?
If you want an answer send Dobbs an e-mail or call him.

Phone in 3-6 pm ET (877) 55-DOBBS
E-mail lou@loudobbsradio.com
Ask him to report on what is going on with the border fence. What about Chertoff's lies? What about the virtual fence failure? Is he censoring immigration reform groups?

The Silencing of Lou Dobbs
American Jewish Committee Suppresses the Truth

Groups working to suppress
the truth about illegal immigration:
American Patrol -- March 4
The Hand of Oppression
    American Border Patrol produced a report that proved that DHS Secretary Chertoff, a favorite target of CNN's Lou Dobbs, was lying about the border fence, but Dobbs wouldn't run the story.
    Now we learn that CNN had been targeted by the American Jewish Committee complaining about "known vigilante or hate-promoting groups." AJC thanked CNN for its "positive, constructive response."
    ABP had been labeled a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, even though there is not a shred of evidence that this is true (and where in the Constitution is hate mentioned?).
    "With the silencing of Lou Dobbs we see the hand of oppression beginning to grab the throat of America," said Glenn Spencer of ABP.
    Dobbs rose to prominence on his "broken borders" theme but now refuses to tell the truth about the sham DHS border fence project, run by Michael Chertoff, who has very strong ties to the Jewish community. See a connection here?
    "Be afraid, America, be very afraid," Spencer added.


Gwinnwtt Daily Post -- Lawrenceville, Georgia             
Police plan to gang up on crime   
Come Saturday, Gwinnett police will devote up to 35 officers to tracking street gangs - and the corruption, graffiti and violence they spawn - as part of the force's most comprehensive crackdown on organized crime in recent years. -- They call it a new gang enforcement strategy... AP Internal Use Only

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson   
Mexican gets 21 months in jail in child-smuggling case   
A woman who smuggled one child into the United States and tried to bring in another was sentenced Monday to nearly two years in federal prison. -- The 21-month sentence stems from an incident on Oct. 23, 2007, when Jessica Sanchez-Gutierrez, of Nogales, Son., smuggled a 7-year-old boy into Nogales, Arizona... AP Internal Use Only

WSLS-TV -- Richmond, Virginia   
Illegal alien tuition restriction bill defeated in State Senate   
Undocumented [alien] students apparently can continue to attend state public colleges and universities that will accept them -- —at least for now. -- On a 9-5 vote yesterday the Senate Health and Education Committee effectively killed Del. Christopher K. Peace’s House Bill 14 to block...AP Internal Use Only

Gwinnwtt Daily Post -- Lawrenceville, Georgia  
Delegation introduces deportation resolution   
Even more politicians have gotten involved in Gwinnett's debate over a federal program to allow local law enforcement to begin deportation paperwork of illegal [aliens]. -- Members of Gwinnett's House delegation have introduced a resolution under the Capitol dome to encourage the sheriff and Board of Commissioners to work together to implement the program. AP Internal Use Only

Boston Globe   
Texans ponder where superhighway might take them   
..."I think it's overkill," said Wilson Toudouze, a San Antonio rancher whose mother lives in Refugio. "I think there's probably better alternatives than taking this enormous amount of private property and giving it to the state." -- "This wasn't what we were sold in the original I-69 - all those pipelines and train lines," added Melvin Santiago... AP Internal Use Only

Gary Wood -- Nolan Chart           
When illegal alien equates to 'hate speech' freedom erodes   
...This debate cannot be allowed to crumble into a war of words because that will lead to fear, improper laws, and in the end benefit neither side of the debate. If we allow the use of "illegal alien" to ever become classified as hate speech citizen's freedoms will erode to no one's benefit. AP Internal Use Only

WBIR-TV -- Knoxville, Tennessee   
Virginia getting tough on illegals   
Police officers in a Virginia County are now trained to check the citizenship status of suspects no matter how minor the crime. -- It's one of the most aggressive efforts nationwide to combat illegal immigration. -- If you're an illegal [alien] in Prince William County, these lights could be a very unwelcome sight. AP Internal Use Only

New Richmond (Wisconsin) News   
Dairy farmers unhappy with immigration raids   
Agents from the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency have been stepping up the number of arrests of undocumented immigrants in Wisconsin recently. -- It’s a trend that’s beginning to worry some Wisconsin dairy farmers who employ immigrant milkers from Mexico...   AP Internal Use Only

U. S. Rep. Duncan Hunter - Human Events   
Virtually de-fenceless   
The first 28 miles of “virtual fencing” being deployed along our Southern border has failed to meet expectations according to last week’s congressional testimony by Richard Stana, Director of Homeland Security for the Government Accountability Office (GAO). AP Internal Use Only

Newsday -- New York  
Counties shortchanged on criminal illegal aliens   
The federal government is reimbursing Nassau and Suffolk only a fraction of the millions of dollars the counties are owed for housing undocumented immigrants in their jails, Sen. Charles Schumer said Monday. -- The State Criminal Alien Assistance Program obligates the federal government to pay...

Capital Times -- Madison, Wisconsin   
Sheriff's policy on illegals probed   
Marcia MacKenzie, corporation counsel for Dane County, said she will investigate whether Sheriff Dave Mahoney's practice of notifying federal authorities of undocumented immigrants in his custody violates a County Board resolution prohibiting disclosure of immigrant status, even as state legislators move to... AP Internal Use Only

The Monitor -- McAllen, Texas   
Mexican national admits to assaulting border agent   
A 28-year-old Mexican national pleaded guilty Monday to assaulting a U.S. Border Patrol agent last year during a failed arrest attempt. -- Juan Carlos Gonzalez Garcia, of Villa De Ramos, S.L.P., Mexico, faces up to 20 years in prison for the attack which left the agent with a fractured left shoulder. AP Internal Use Only

Newsday -- New York  
Counties shortchanged on criminal illegal aliens   
The federal government is reimbursing Nassau and Suffolk only a fraction of the millions of dollars the counties are owed for housing undocumented immigrants in their jails, Sen. Charles Schumer said Monday. -- The State Criminal Alien Assistance Program obligates the federal government to pay...

Capital Times -- Madison, Wisconsin   
Sheriff's policy on illegals probed   
Marcia MacKenzie, corporation counsel for Dane County, said she will investigate whether Sheriff Dave Mahoney's practice of notifying federal authorities of undocumented immigrants in his custody violates a County Board resolution prohibiting disclosure of immigrant status, even as state legislators move to... AP Internal Use Only

Coming Up
March 6

Metrowest Daily News -- Framingham, Massachusetts   
Fourth suspect in car thefts arrested on drug, weapon charges   
Police have arrested a fourth man they say is linked to three others arrested last week and suspected of stealing more than 20 cars. --- Lirani, Rosa and Da Cruz also all have Immigration and Custom Enforcement detainer warrants because they are illegal [aliens] from Brazil. AP Internal Use Only

Tulsa World   
Prolonged dilemma   
Those engaged in the illicit trade of hiring illegal immigrants display an evident disrespect for our laws and an apparent disregard to the welfare and security of their fellow tradesmen and countrymen. -- Their refusal to comply with existing hiring practices openly demonstrates their lack of concern as to the economic risk... AP Internal Use Only

Federation for American Immigration Reform
Amnesty proponents launch campaign to shut down debate!
Having lost last year's epic legislative battle over the Bush-Kennedy amnesty bill, pro-amnesty forces are regrouping and launching an all-out campaign to censor the media and stop the debate over true immigration reform. This attack on the media should not come as a surprise.

Los Angeles Times   
New award in firefighter harassment case   
...Capts. John Tohill and Chris Burton sued the city in October 2006, alleging that they were made scapegoats for the misconduct of a Latino firefighter who placed dog food in the spaghetti dinner of firefighter Tennie Pierce four years ago... AP Internal Use Only

American Border Patrol
Photo of the day
Granite Construction working in San Pedro River riparian area, probably resuming construction of the fence that was delayed by archaeological work.

MooreIsBetter.com
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... AP Internal Use Only

East Valley Tribune -- Phoenix   
Mesa speaks: Enforce immigration laws say voters   
Three out of four Mesa voters support vigorous enforcement of immigration laws by Mesa police, an exclusive Tribune poll reveals. But nearly as many people say that Mesa needs to improve relations between Hispanic and non-Hispanic people in the city... AP Internal Use Only

Pat Buchanan -- WorldNetDaily.com   
John McCain on trade: Ahistorical nonsense   
If Canada and Mexico do not renegotiate NAFTA, said Hillary Clinton in the Cleveland debate, she would "opt out" of the trade treaty that was the legislative altarpiece of Bill Clinton's presidency. Barack agreed. NAFTA is renegotiated, or NAFTA is gone... AP Internal Use Only

Cal Thomas -- The Daily Republic   
Beginning the process to remove illegal aliens   
The argument one hears most often for not enforcing illegal immigration laws is that we can’t deport the estimated 12 million people already in this country. It just isn’t physically, tactically or politically possible, say people who think this way... AP Internal Use Only

Argus Leader -- Sioux Falls, South Dakota  
Illegal aliens arrested in Sioux Falls   
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has arrested 36 illegal [aliens] in Minnesota and South Dakota. -- According to an ICE press release, 13 people were arrested in Sioux Falls, 19 in Worthington, Minn., and four in Pipestone, Minn., during a three-day operation that ended Feb. 28. AP Internal Use Only

Arizona Daily Star - Tucson   
Plan to cross- use BP agents nears passage   
A bill that would allow Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik to carry out plans to certify Border Patrol agents who work with his border-crimes unit narrowly passed the state House Monday. -- House Bill 2359, sponsored by state Rep. Jonathan Paton, R-Tucson, quietly won approval on a 32-27 party-line vote. AP Internal Use Only

Provo (Utah) Daily Herald   
Spanish Fork suspect (illegal alien) in auto death missing   
An illegal [alien] accused of accidentally killing a Spanish Fork man in a car wreck missed a court appearance, and the victim's wife believes he may have gone back to his native Mexico. -- A no-bail warrant was issued for Gabriel Hernandez after he missed his arraignment at Spanish Fork's 4th District Court on Thursday. AP Internal Use Only

Grand Junction (Colorado) Sentinel   
Human smuggling charges could follow Sunday van rollover   
A man may face human smuggling charges after an accident Sunday morning in which the van he was driving rolled on Interstate 70, seriously injuring several of the vehicle’s occupants. -- Glenwood Springs Police Chief Terry Wilson said Monday that he believes two of the passengers remain in critical condition... AP Internal Use Only

East Valley Tribune -- Phoenix   
Lawsuit accuses Napolitano of failing to enforce Prop. 200   
Foes of government services for illegal immigrants renewed their efforts Monday to force state agencies to demand proof of legal presence before providing any benefits. Legal papers filed in Maricopa County Superior Court contend that Gov. Janet Napolitano is ignoring the plain language of Proposition 200... [Related item]AP Internal Use Only

McClatchey Newspapers   
Mexicans say changing NAFTA may force them to move to U.S.    
Jesus Velasquez doesn't want to move to the United States . He fears, however, that he may have to if he loses his job selling avocados. Velasquez, says he and his family have benefited from the North American Free Trade Agreement. For him, the alternative is to immigrate to the United States... AP Internal Use Only

WJLA-TV -- Washington   
Prince William County feeling effects of crackdown   
Neighborhoods and businesses have been affected by the immigration crackdown for months before the law took effect. -- There was urgency in the blinking open sign at Carmen Estrada's beauty salon Monday, at 2:15 in the afternoon, she had a total of three clients for the day... AP Internal Use Only

Asbury Park (New Jersey) Press   
Mexican illegal alien who murdered boys faces life in prison   
Toms River, NJ -- An illegal immigrant from Mexico pleaded guilty Friday to murder and kidnapping charges in the brutal claw-hammer killing of two young Stafford boys two years ago. -- With his head hung low, Richard Toledo entered his guilty pleas before state Superior Court Judge Barbara A. Villano Friday morning. AP Internal Use Only

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