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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

The Hating of America
Slanderous Lies Aimed at Silencing Victims

An American Traitor - Morris Dees advancing the Conquest of Aztlán.
American Patrol -- March 11
SPLC Takes Aim at Free Speech
    Without questioning the factual basis for its outrageous claims, the mainstream media, including ABC News, is repeating the claims of the Southern Poverty Law Center that Americans who speak out against the Mexican invasion are guilty of "hate speech."
    "When Mario Obledo said 'California is going to be a Hispanic state and anyone who doesn't like it should leave,' Morris Dees is right, I hate that," said Glenn Spencer of American Patrol.
    Besides ABC News, USA Today has joined with Dees to smear American patriots like American Border Patrol.
    "Americans can react to this slander by supporting those who are fighting for our nation," Spencer added.


Arizona Republic -- Phoenix     sc    
'Migrants' still sending vast sums back to Latin America   
Latin American and Caribbean migrants sent relatives back home a record $66 billion last year, but the remittances grew by the lowest rate ever, with Mexico and Brazil showing significant slowdowns, a study released Tuesday shows... AP Internal Use Only

The Independent -- Massillon, Ohio  
Widow fights for change   
Kelly C. Barr was widowed at the age of 28 last June. -- Her husband, John, 42, was struck head-on by a tractor-trailer on U.S. 250 in northern Tuscarawas County. John also left behind a 3-year-old daughter, Alison. -- The man who caused the crash was an illegal [alien] who was driving without a license. AP Internal Use Only

Fox News  
Eight indicted for allegedly supplying illegals with IDs   
A federal grand jury in Harrisonburg has handed up indictments against eight people, accusing them of providing Ohio identification documents to illegal [aliens] in Virginia and elsewhere. -- According to federal officials, the eight from Virginia, Ohio and Puerto Rico were involved in a multistate conspiracy to... AP Internal Use Only

KTAR -- Phoenix   
Border Patrol expecting smugglers to become more desperate   
The heat will be on in Arizona soon and that has the Border Patrol concerned about what's ahead this summer. -- The Sonoran desert is among the world's most treacherous to cross. Just east of Yuma, an area known as the Devil's Highway, summertime temperatures top 115 almost daily... AP Internal Use Only

Les Kinsolving -- WorldNetDaily.com   
Bush finds me unruly?   
The first formal White House presidential press conference was held by Woodrow Wilson in 1913, notes the White House Historical Association; which goes on to report: "Franklin D. Roosevelt had more press conferences – 1,023 – than any other chief executive." AP Internal Use Only

Associated Press  
Maricopa County probing whether killings were tied to smuggling   
Phoenix -- Investigators are trying to determine whether the killings of five men in western Maricopa County over the last four weeks were related to [alien] or drug smuggling, officials said Monday. -- In one case, two men were found burned to death a week ago in the trunk of a car. In the remaining three cases...

WorldNetDaily.com   
Bush says border solution includes swinging door   
The solution to security issues on the United States' border with Mexico will need to include some sort of swinging door so that workers can come and go as they want, according to a spokeswoman for the White House. -- The response came from spokeswoman Dana Perino, who answered a question from Les Kinsolving... AP Internal Use Only

Washington Times   
Keep Mexican trucks legal, Hill urged   
The Bush administration yesterday warned Congress against ending a program that allows Mexican trucks to operate on U.S. highways. -- The Mexican government is likely to retaliate with economic sanctions if Congress eliminates the trucking program, which is authorized by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)... AP Internal Use Only

Brown Daily Herald   
Speakers attack NAFTA at 'Better Neighbors' event   
...The event, "Better Neighbors: A New Way Forward for North America," was billed as a panel on the effects of NAFTA, a pact enacted in 1994 that eliminated many tariffs in trade among the continent's countries. But most of the discussion focused on the Security and Prosperity Partnership... AP Internal Use Only

XETV -- San Diego / Tijuana   
Illegal alien sentenced to prison   
A Mexican citizen with a criminal past, who was convicted of being a deported alien in the United States, was sentenced Monday to nearly six years in federal prison. -- Jesus Garcia-Cardenas pleaded guilty Oct. 15 and was sentenced by U.S. District Judge M. James Lorenz. AP Internal Use Only

Globe Gazette -- Mason City, Iowa   
May Day march creates dilemma for Hispanics   
Pro-[illegal alien] groups across the country are preparing to stage a series of marches May 1, pressing the White House and the Homeland Security Department to halt immigration raids and move forward on comprehensive immigration reform. -- “Change is in the air,” Juan Jose Gutierrez, director of the Los Angeles-based Latino Movement USA, promises.AP Internal Use Only

WISC-TV -- Madison, Wisconsin   
Protesters rally for illegal alien inmates in Dane County   
Madison's Union of Immigrant Workers rallied on Monday at the City-County Building demanding justice for [illegal alien] inmates in Dane County. -- The union said the rally was meant to honor the inmates and families who have been deported in Dane County, WISC-TV reported. AP Internal Use Only

Pat Buchanan -- VDare.com   
To die for NAFTA   
"The commonest error in politics," said Lord Salisbury, "is sticking to the carcass of dead policies." -- Lord Salisbury's rule comes to mind on reading of John McCain's delight at the $40 billion contract awarded the French-led parent of Airbus—to build the next generation of U.S. Air Force tankers. AP Internal Use Only

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

Charleston (West Virginia) Daily Mail   
Police arrest 4 illegal immigrants at scene of motel fire   
State police arrested four illegal Mexican immigrants near the scene of a fire at a Jefferson motel. -- Police were dispatched to America's Best Value Inn, at 6210 MacCorkle Avenue after a fire broke out, according to a press release from West Virginia State Police Sgt. Kenneth McCord. AP Internal Use Only

Brenda Walker -- VDare.com   
Hispanic gangs ethnically cleansing black L. A. neighborhoods   
If Washington wanted to develop a vibrant underworld of vicious criminal gangs, it couldn't do any better than the immigration system now in place. The permissiveness toward lawbreaking border-crossers combined with the pure numbers of immigrants who cannot possibly be assimilated in such bulk has created a witches' brew of crime-spawning social pathology. AP Internal Use Only

H. Lee Fisher -- North County Times -- Escondido, Calif.  
Budget deficits caused by illegal aliens    
California is facing a $16 billion deficit for the 2008-09 budget year, according to Legislative Analyst forecasts. Should the current economic climate lead to a prolonged recession -- or depression -- budget deficits may linger to future years... [See: Importing Poverty] AP Internal Use Only

KTAR -- Phoenix  
600 illegals nabbed by ICE in recent days   
More than 600 suspected illegal immigrants were rounded up in the Valley within the past week. -- That means the people with Immigration and Customs Enforcement have their work cut out for them. -- Vincent Picard with ICE says it is primetime for human smuggling. "January and February were fairly quiet months. AP Internal Use Only

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