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|Laredo Morning Times sc
Zetas case continues
Security was heavy Thursday as the nine defendants named so far in an indictment targeting the Gulf Cartel's enforcers, the Zetas, appeared in federal court for pre-trial proceedings. At least half a dozen stone-faced U.S. Marshals kept watch over the defendants in U.S. District Judge Micaela Alvarez's court...
|Warner Todd Huston - NewsBusters
An example of AP's bias in favor of illegal immigration
The issue of illegal immigration has seemed to drift from the front pages of the news, of late, but the AP is not finished trying to advocate for law breakers everywhere, it seems. On April 25, the Associated Press posted a story that serves as a perfect example of how the wire service aims their reporting to support illegal immigration in the United States...
|WKMG-TV -- Orlando
Random victims hunted, slashed with razors for gang initiations
Daytona Beach, Fla. -- Men dressed in black with covered faces are hunting and then slashing random strangers with razor blades as part of a gang initiation, police warned residents. -- Investigators said a gang in Flagler County is sending its future members to Daytona Beach to seek out victims to cut.
|Huntsville (Alabama) Times
Firm sues county on no-illegal alien vow
A company that claims it was illegally disqualified from a government paving contract worth as much as $3 million has sued the Madison County Commission. -- Commissioners voted April 7 to throw out Wiregrass Construction Co.'s low bid for asphalt and related materials because the firm was late submitting a form certifying that it does not employ illegal [aliens].
|Daily Tar Heel -- Chapel Hill, North Carolina
N.C. counties to further enforce immigration policies
North Carolina, the first state in the nation to craft a formal partnership with federal immigration authorities, is moving ahead in its efforts to combat illegal immigration. -- The state has focused its efforts on identifying [illegal aliens] who have been arrested for other crimes.
|Myrtle Beach (South Carolina) News-Sun
Officials skip out on immigration bill
A resolution to the House-Senate standoff on the immigration reform bill will have to wait until next week. Lawmakers adjourned Thursday after more accusations against each other but no movement toward agreement.
|Jerome R. Corsi -- WorldNetDaily.com
Unemployment plummets after crackdown on illegals
Unemployment rates are rising across the United States, except Oklahoma. That state is experiencing the most dramatic reduction in unemployment since 2007, an improvement many in Oklahoma attribute to the passage last year by the state legislature of a strong employment-focused immigration reform law.
Police promised camera backup for alien stops
The chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors says he will spend what it takes to outfit police cruisers with cameras if it is necessary to preserve the crackdown on illegal immigration targeted for repeal by a fellow board member.
|Los Angeles Times
Illegal immigration issues roil Iowa town
Marshalltown, Iowa -- When Monica del Carmen Gonzalez Lopez drove an SUV into the side of a minivan in October, killing a 90-year-old grandmother and injuring three relatives, investigators found that the 23-year-old had already had several brushes with the law...
|The Post-Journal -- Jamestown, New York
Seven picked up in immigration raid
Seven people were picked up Thursday in an illegal immigration raid by federal and local authorities. -- The seven are all believed to be employees of La Herradura restaurant in Lakewood. -- Federal Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Officials conducted the raid at three locations Thursday morning...
Mexican fired after getting caught with White House BlackBerries
Whether he was up to no good or simply desperate to play BrickBreaker, a Mexican press attaché was caught on camera pocketing several White House BlackBerries during a recent meeting in New Orleans and has since been fired, FOX News has learned...
Fourteen killed in Mexico drug battle near U.S.
Tijuana, BCN, Mex. -- Fourteen Mexican drug gang members were killed and eight others were injured in a gun battle near the U.S. border on Saturday that was one of the bloodiest shootouts in Mexico's three- year- long narco- war. -- Rival factions of the local Arellano Felix drug cartel in Tijuana....
|Joe Guzzardi -- VDare.com
May Day madness from immigration anarchists
What’s that definition of insanity attributed to Albert Einstein? -- Oh yes, now I remember! “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” -- Apply Einstein’s take on the uselessness of repetitive behavior when the desired outcome never materializes to our Open Borders adversaries and one can only conclude that they are -- well, insane.
|Contra Costa Times -- Walnut Creek, Calif.
CHP answers complaints of profiling in Richmond
Local Latinos may believe they draw more attention than they should from California Highway Patrol officers sent to crack down on street violence in Richmond, but numbers tell a different story, agency officials say. -- In response to assertions that CHP officers disproportionately patrol and ticket in the city's Latino business district rather than violence-plagued neighborhoods...
|Los Angeles Times
Many South L.A. students frightened and depressed, survey finds
..."A lot of students are depressed because of the conditions in their school," said Anna Exiga, a junior at Jordan High School who was one of the organizers of the survey. "They see that their school is failing them, their teachers are failing them, there's racial tension and gang violence, and also many feel that their schools are not schools -- their schools look more like prisons."