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Wednesday, April 2, 2008

New Border Survey Planned 
Do We Have 309 Miles of Fence?

"We already have constructed 309 miles of border fencing along the southwest border." Chertoff, 4/1/08 -- Is this a fence?
American Patrol Report -- April 2
ABP Plans Border Flight
    Yesterday the Department of Homeland Security reiterated its claim that it has completed 309 miles of "fence" on the U.S. / Mexico border. According to border watchdog group American Border Patrol, much of what DHS calls a fence wouldn't stop a five-year-old.
    ABP now reports that it will perform a detailed aerial survey of the border within the next week. ABP is the only group in America that is capable of checking on the actual status of the border fence. Those wishing to help them pay for fuel for the airplane may go here.


Associated Press     sc  
Illegal alien apprehensions down in southern New Mexico   
The U.S. Border Patrol says the number of illegal [aliens] apprehended along the New Mexico- Mexico border has fallen 68 percent. -- The agent in charge of the Border Patrol station in Deming, Rick Moody, says 2,493 illegal immigrants have been apprehended so far this year... AP Internal Use Only

Congressional Quarterly   
Freshman Democrats feel heat on immigration   
Monaca, Pa. -- As Rep. Jason Altmire walked into the Beaver County Sportsmens Conservation League Awards Dinner at the Monaca Turners lodge, he was pretty sure that between the handshakes and the backslaps someone might ask him about immigration... AP Internal Use Only


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San Diego Union-Tribune   sc  
Unfinished border tunnel found in Otay Mesa    
San Diego -- An unfinished tunnel that originated in Mexico and crossed into the United States was discovered by authorities Tuesday afternoon. -- The tunnel measured 2 feet in diameter and stretched 14 feet across the border. It ended underground about a quarter-mile east of the commercial facility...AP Internal Use Only

Michelle Malkin     Gag Alert! -- Video Included 
Please tell me Drew Carey is joking   
I like Drew Carey, but his kindergarten-level, 9/10 argument for open borders (”The Beckham Factor”) has to be the baddest joke I’ve heard all day. The punchline: We let a British soccer player into the country, so why not everyone else? Seriously... AP Internal Use Only

Coming Up
April 5

Cave Creek, Arizona -- 9 AM Pacific | Other Events
Rally to Support Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Fredricksburg (Virginia) Free Lance-Star  SC   
Illegal alien bills studied   
The Virginia Commission on Immigration met yesterday to start working on new legislation for next session. In the next few months, the panel will study two bills referred to it in the 2008 session. -- One, from Sen. Ken Cuccinelli, R-Fairfax, would make it illegal to give a false name, address or Social Security number to avoid paying for medical services. AP Internal Use Only

Californians for Population Stabilization  
Feinstein proposes new amnesty for agricultural workers!
Senator Dianne Feinstein is developing a new amnesty proposal that would allow illegal aliens working in agriculture to receive five-year visas... 

Eugene (Oregon) Register-Guard  
Illegal alien heroin distributors get 10 years   
Two illegal [aliens], including a 20-year-old who attended Willamette High School, were each sentenced to 10 years in prison Tuesday for their roles in a heroin ring that investigators believe distributed about 55 pounds of heroin and 15 pounds of methamphetamine monthly in the southern Willamette Valley. AP Internal Use Only

Brigham Young University -- Provo, Utah   
Lying McCain advisor / Mexican reconquista zealot addresses UVSC   
The majority of Americans think that [illegal aliens.... criminals] should be extended a way to obtain legal residency, an adviser to former Mexican President Vicente Fox [the bombastic open-borders kook Juan Hernandez] told Utah Valley residents Friday at Utah Valley State College. AP Internal Use Only

Randy Alcorn -- Californians for Population Stabilization   
Bottom line on illegal immigration is red   
Among the many controversies involved with the issue of illegal immigration is the debate over whether it is an economic benefit or drain on public finances. The specific question is; do illegal immigrants provide more tax revenues to public treasuries than they receive from them? As with all illegal activities... AP Internal Use Only

Laredo Morning Times   
Tracking gangs; Law officers see increase, but say it's all through traffic   
Members of rival El Salvadorian gangs were arrested by Border Patrol agents over the weekend just north of Laredo on Interstate 35, an indicator of the increasing through traffic by violent gang members the Laredo Police Department has noticed in recent months. "Mostly they're transient," said Sgt. Armando Elizondo... AP Internal Use Only

KTAR -- Phoenix   
Governor urges Arpaio, Phoenix to settle illegal alien snit   
Gov. Janet Napolitano urged Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon and Sheriff Joe Arpaio to resolve their differences over immigration enforcement Wednesday as Hispanic leaders called for an end to the sheriff's immigration patrols, claiming they are dividing the community and could lead to violence. AP Internal Use Only

KOB-TV -- Albuquerque   
Jury receives case of destroyed Mexican rag   
The case of a man on trial for tearing up a Mexican flag that was flying by itself on the UNM campus has been sent to the jury. -- In closing arguments, the defense argued that Peter Lynch's action should be protected under the first amendment... Click here for additional video from KOBAP Internal Use Only

Michael Webster -- American Chronicle   
The Bush and Cheney oath   
...Many Americans are asking why the president won´t protect our borders not only from terrorist but also from the billions of dollars of drugs being smuggled into our country. The war on drugs and terror is connected. Reporter Sara A. Carter recently reported that a ranking House Republican demanded a hearing based on.... AP Internal Use Only

Nebraska.tv   
State lawmaker decries 'political' attack over immigration   
Lincoln, Neb. -- State Senator Brad Ashford is blasting his own Republican party for a leaflet criticizing a Democratic lawmaker's vote on an immigration proposal. -- The state Republican Party hung leaflets on doors and placed automated calls throughout the Omaha district of Senator Steve Lathrop, criticizing his failure to support a measure banning taxpayer benefits to illegal [aliens]. AP Internal Use Only

Edwin S. Rubenstein -- VDare.com  
Schwarzenegger in denial on illegal alien costs   
Ahnold is at it again. The governor of the state with one-quarter of all U.S. illegal aliens says it would be a “big mistake” to blame them for the state’s looming $8 billion budget problem: “I can guarantee you, I have been now four years in office in Sacramento, I don’t think that illegal immigration has created the mess that we are in.” AP Internal Use Only

NBC4-TV -- Washington, DC     Video Included
Stewart blasted at meeting on immigration law enforcement   
A Prince William County (Virginia) Board of Supervisors meeting on immigration enforcement took an unexpected turn on Tuesday. -- The board was to receive an update from the police chief on the county's crackdown on illegal immigration, but board Chairman Corey Stewart, the architect of the plan, instead was attacked...AP Internal Use Only

Diggers Realm   
Phoenix mayor calls illegal immigration a 'race issue'   
Below you will see a speech by Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon at a Cesar Chavez luncheon. In this speech he says that Sheriff Joe Arpaio is "locking up brown people for having broken tail lights." He also says that illegal immigration is a race issue and it is a shame that this long after Cesar Chavez we are still battling with this "race issue." -- This mayor is a race baiting piece of crap. Full stop. AP Internal Use Only

Matthew Hay Brown -- Baltimore Sun   
Reconquistas want local enforcement called off   
A leading Latino civil rights group [the notorious Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund] is calling on the Bush administration to suspend local law enforcement of federal immigration law after an undocumented immigrant was left in an Arkansas jail cell for four days without food, water or a toilet. AP Internal Use Only

Rick Oltman -- Californians for Population Stabilization   
Talk vs. action   
In this presidential election year there is continuous talk about issues and problems facing our country. The most important issue is our nation’s immigration policy because it affects everything important to us; crime, education, healthcare and the environment. But if you look at what is being done about it you will find that it is almost all talk. AP Internal Use Only

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix 
Illegal aliens, mentally ill fill jails in county   
County jails from coast to coast are increasingly becoming repositories for the mentally ill, illegal [aliens], and people accused and convicted of drug crimes, according to a national study released Tuesday. -- The report mentions Maricopa County, but the findings do not exactly match the situation here. AP Internal Use Only

Dallas Morning News 
'Hitler' stenciled on signs of illegal immigration opponent in Farmers Branch   
Someone has stenciled a face and the name "Hitler" on at least five of Tim O'Hare's mayoral campaign signs in Farmers Branch. -- The vandalism happened Monday night in locations including Mr. O'Hare's campaign headquarters, his yard and the yard of fellow City Council member Tim Scott... AP Internal Use Only

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Tucson School Outrage: Pledge of allegiance in Spanish?   
As many of you know I found out from my son a week ago, that every morning in his 2nd grade classroom is told to stand and recite the Pledge of Allegiance in Spanish.  When I found this out, I was outraged.  I went to his school and met with his teacher, Mrs. Lee.  I told Mrs. Lee that I was very offended... AP Internal Use Only

Christian Science Monitor   
Arizona's 'virtual' border wall gets a reality check   
Arivaca, Az. -- At first glance, it looks like an ordinary, TV antenna tower, Anywhere, USA. -- Thirty-five miles of dusty desert from the nearest highway, it telescopes almost a hundred feet up in the air, topped with cameras and radars... AP Internal Use Only

Associated Press   
Police: 89 questioned since immigration crackdown began   
Manassas, Va. -- Prince William County Police Chief Charlie Deane told county supervisors that 89 people have been questioned about their citizenship status over the last month. -- In his first briefing to the county supervisors since a crackdown on illegal immigration began March 3rd, Deane said Tuesday that... AP Internal Use Only

International Herald-Tribune (France)  
Mexican army detains 9 cops just south of border on drug charges   
Cd. Juarez, Chih., Mex. -- Mexican soldiers arrested nine police officers who were allegedly carrying drugs in their patrol cars in the violence-plagued city of Ciudad Juarez, just south of El Paso, Texas. -- The officers were detained over the weekend while carrying marijuana and radios with non-police frequencies...

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