|San Francisco Examiner sc
Another circus expected on eve of Prince William crackdown vote
Council Chairman Corey Stewart on Monday backed a proposal for cameras in every county police car, signaling continued support for an illegal immigration crackdown on the eve of a high-profile vote on the issue. -- Stewart had suggested eliminating the cameras last week to save $3.1 million....
|Pat Buchanan -- VDare.com
Will the right sit McCain race out?
If John McCain wins the presidency, his comeback -- after the bankrupt debacle his campaign had become in the summer of 2007 with his backing of the amnesty bill -- will be the stuff of legend. -- And as nominee, he is entitled to conduct his own campaign and be cut slack by a party whose brand name is now Enron.
|San Bernardino County (Calif.) Sun
Amnesty tantrum again set for May Day
Local Latino activists will travel to Los Angeles on Thursday to join a massive movement for [illegal alien] "rights." -- A caravan of Latino groups will leave the parking lot of Carousel Mall in San Bernardino at 11 a.m. and head to downtown Los Angeles to participate in an afternoon rally. Similar marches are being held in other parts of the country.
|KFI Radio -- Los Angeles
Mexican Reconquista windbag demands halt to workplace raids
Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez says the economy is more important than the mass enforcement of immigration laws. He wants so called workplace raids to stop. -- Nunez says immigration officials are profiling people based on their appearance. [This clown held a press conference in L.A. today in support of illegals, and was accompanied by Gil Cedillo and the notorious Peter Schey.]
|Daily Record -- Parsippany, New Jersey
Morristown mayor demands resignation of U. S. Attorney
Morristown (New Jersey) Mayor Donald Cresitello demanded the resignation of U.S. Attorney Christopher J. Christie Monday, the day after Christie stated that undocumented immigration is an administrative matter and not a crime. -- He should resign from office today," Cresitello said of Christie...
Its future uncertain, barrier on the border going up quickly
This article about how fast the fence is going up by the Associated Press is a piece of garbage. One of the reporters is Art Rotstein. He is the guy, who, after refusing to look at what ABP can do with its border cams, did a ridiculous puff piece on some "Techno" border group who couldn't pour piss out of a boot with instructions on the heel.
||American Border Patrol
Brief update on latest ABP aerial border survey
This just in! Glenn Spencer e-mailed us from California to report that ABP has just completed its survey of the border and found that since it last aerial survey completed in January, fewer than nine miles of new fence has been added to the border with Mexico...
Expert: U.S. population to hit 1 billion by 2100
If the USA seems too crowded and its roads too congested now, imagine future generations: The nation's population could more than triple to 1 billion as early as 2100. -- That's the eye-popping projection that urban and rural planners, gathered today for their annual meeting in Las Vegas, are hearing from a land-use expert.
|The Guardian -- London sc
More on the sniveling Congressional Hispanic Caucus
The anti-[illegal] immigration views of CNN host Lou Dobbs have made him a darling in the ratings but a nemesis among US Latinos, whose frustration has risen to the Washington corridors of power. -- After their requests for a meeting with the chief executive of CNN's parent company were rebuffed, Latino members of Congress condemned the TV network for...
|Scott Snyder - Chicago Flame
America: possibly the next third-world country
Throughout the presidential race, the issues of the economy as well as the security of the United States have both been in the public spotlight. However, both of these issues would be less important if the candidates focused more of their effort on the problem of illegal immigration....
|Clarion Ledger -- Jackson, Mississippi
Illegal alien given jail time
Ramon Lagos Andrade came to this country from Honduras for the American dream. -- Now, that dream has gone bad: Andrade, 34, is going to federal prison because he came here on the wrong side of the law. -- "We ask the court for leniency," Andrade's attorney, Joe Holloman, told U.S. District Judge Henry Wingate...
Construction of the U.S.-Mexico border fence might only be a few weeks away, but in Washington, D.C., the barrier continues to be a hot button issue. -- The fence's significance - and its divisiveness - became clear on Monday, when eight congressmen and a number of local, state and national officials met...
|Yale Daily News -- New Haven, Connecticut
ID disclosures spark threats
Community Services Administrator Kica Matos presented a death threat she received as evidence of the danger of a forced disclosure, by the city of New Haven to the public, of the identities of residents who have obtained Elm City Resident Cards at last Friday’s Freedom of Information Commission hearing on the matter.
|KCBS Radio -- San Francisco sc
Labor leaders gripe about immigration raids in Fremont
Immigration activists claim that three weeks ago day laborers in Fremont (Calif.) were arrested for loitering outside of Home Depot as they waited for work. -- ”They detained many of us, leaving only a couple of us behind. From what we know, most of them were deported,” said one worker, speaking through a translator.
|Wausau (Wisconsin) Daily Herald
Immigration forums wrap up
Latino "immigrants" do jobs Americans won't, the owner of a cattle feedlot said Monday at a University of Wisconsin Marathon County panel discussion on immigration. -- Dale Heise, who owns Marathon Feed and who has worked in the agricultural sector for more than 50 years, stressed the important role...
|Prescott (Arizona) Daily Courier
Immigration task force resumes meetings
The divergent views of the members of the city's Immigration Task Force continued to frame the group's debate this week. -- Consisting of members with virtually opposite opinions on many of the immigration-related topics they discuss, the task force has grappled for months...
|Barbara Anderson -- WebCommentary.com
Invading army stages "gran marcha," aided by fifth column
Now that a May 1, 2008 demonstration is imminent, it is well for us to remember the 2006 demonstrations, the backers, participants and sponsors. -- Some, such as the schoolchildren, were rabble-roused by teachers sympathetic to illegal aliens. Some no doubt were illegal aliens, themselves. However, the fingerprints of socialists and communists were all over the demonstrations.
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Foreign News Report
Narcotraffickers in Mexico openly augmented their armed destructive power over the past ten years due to a void in government enforcement against arms traffic. Arms entering the country have gone from the traditional AK-47 assault rifle to weapons that can demolish fortresses...
|Anne T. Denogean -- Tucson Citizen
Hoping there's no distress call on May Day
...Isabel Garcia, Derechos Humanos co-chair, said the coalition has an "exclusive use" permit for the park and expects police to keep flag-burners outside the park's boundaries. But she remains concerned about the potential for an eruption. -- During last year's May Day rally, [Roy] Warden set up across the street from Armory Park to spew his vitriol...
|Los Angeles Daily News
Latinos gain voting strength in California
Increasing youth numbers among immigrants and their children has pushed Latino voting strength in California to record levels with its presence expected to be significantly felt in local legislative and congressional races in coming elections, according to an analysis of potential new voters...
|Tim Murray -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto
When is an invasion not an invasion?
The good Catholic Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City, Kansas has a most novel concept of invasion. As quoted in The Kansas City Star of March 15, 2008, he told lawmakers that if illegal immigration is to be considered an invasion, it is indeed “the strangest invasion in history, where the invaders clean our houses and harvest our crops.”
|Hareyan Publishing -- Hickory, North Carolina
Pledge of Allegiance Spanish recitation uproars Wisconsin
Parents in Wisconsin say don't recite The Pledge Of Allegiance in any language other than English. -- An uproar has begun in a high school in Wisconsin over The Pledge of Allegiance being broadcast in Spanish over the intercom. Once a year at Edgerton High School Spanish classes have recited the pledge. This year a parent got hot under the collar...
|Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson
Mexican gets 11 years for drug smuggling
A Mexican man who attempted to hit a Border Patrol agent as he fled in a truck has been sentenced to more than 11 years in federal prison, an official said. -- Mario Alexander Biconcavity- Urbina, 24, was sentenced Wednesday in Tucson for possession of marijuana after 1,120 pounds was found in his vehicle.