Mexican Civil War?
Cartels Could Go Political
|KTVK-TV -- Phoenix sc
18 illegals found in pickup truck by DPS
On May 18, 2008 at 10:19 a.m., an Arizona DPS officer stopped a Ford pickup truck on Interstate 40 at milepost 50 (near Kingman). The vehicle was stopped for a cracked windshield and a failure to yield violation. Upon further investigation of the vehicle 18 [illegal aliens] were found inside the truck...
|Mark Anderson -- Lincoln (Calif.) News-Messenger
Canadian, U.S., Mexican Officials: Protect middle class from NAFTA
In a follow-up story to one that ran in AFP’s May 12, 2008 edition, the New Democratic Party of Canada (NDP) is actively opposing the Security and Prosperity Partnership, which its members see as a prelude to the construction of the North American Union on the ruins of once-independent nations...
|Arizona Republic -- Phoenix
Pima County calls off 4 hiring-sanctions cases
The Pima County Attorney's Office has dropped four employer-sanctions-law investigations after the governor signed into law this month a clarification that the legislation applies only to workers hired this year. -- "Unless someone comes in and files something new, we have nothing in the hopper at the moment..."
|American Free Press
"Babel bills" pending in House, Senate
Congress can end one fit of idiocy promptly by making English the official language. The English Language Unity Act (HR997), sponsored by Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) and 145 co-sponsors, is pending and the House could act at any moment. It should act at this moment. Two Senate bills (SB 1335 and SB 2715 are also English-only measures.
|Allan J. Ashinoff -- The Conservative Voice
Citizens seek to recall Phoenix mayor
For many years Americans have demanded a serious and sustained crackdown on illegal immigration. As a result rallies have been staged, ballot propositions have been passed, and laws have been instituted to safeguard the future of America. Yet there remains those in politics forget their servants role...
|Stamford (Connecticut) Advocate
International gangster arrested in child sex assault
A member of the international gang MS13 wanted in a 2005 sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl was arrested Monday night, Stamford police said. -- Detectives and uniformed officers found Adolpho Alexander Cruz Rodas in an apartment on Stephen Street on the West Side... [More "family values"]
|Arizona Republic -- Phoenix sc
Sheriff's race divides police groups
The Buckeye Police Association has endorsed Sheriff Joe Arpaio in his bid for re-election, but the Maricopa County Deputies Association backs former Buckeye police Chief Dan Saban. -- Both candidates have embraced the support they received while downplaying the endorsements of the people they've led.
|Danbury (Connecticut) News-Times
Church votes to aid and abet illegal aliens
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury voted Friday to join a national, faith-based movement that assists families targeted for deportation by the federal government. -- The vote was 67-7. -- The church is the first in the state to join the New Sanctuary Movement...
|Freedom Folks -- Chicago
I just awarded the Jackass Quote of the Day award to Enrique Morones. Here’s the second half of his jackassery from the ABC7 Chicago news report: “The 12 million undocumented people that are here, half of those people are not even from Latin America, yet all the attacks are on the Latino community.”
|H. William Burgess -- Hawai'i Reporter -- Honolulu
Akaka Bill dividing Hawaii and America: George Will got it right
...Note also the precedent the bill would establish for the Aztlan movement to liberate the Southwest, and incipient separatist movements and lust for tribal casinos by descendants of persons indigenous to other states. -- George Will’s “Social Engineers In Paradise” is a keeper. It should be posted on the refrigerator door or bathroom mirror to be re-read every time the Akaka bill is mentioned.
Twelve killed in Johannesburg anti-immigrant violence
Another foreigner has been killed in South Africa as a wave of xenophobic violence spreads across Johannesburg, bringing the weekend death toll to 13, police said on Monday. -- "Last night (Sunday) was relatively quiet compared to previous nights. We had a few incidents, one murder was reported from Alexandra...
|KCRG-TV -- Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Hundreds march for "immigration reform"
Waterloo, Iowa -- Last Monday, federal immigration officers raided the Agriprocessors meat-packing plant in Postville. -- Most of the 389 people arrested are facing criminal charges. The rest are suspected illegal [aliens]. -- Sunday in Waterloo, hundreds gathered at the Queen of Peace Church to pray for the [invaders]...
Police: Four Americans killed in Mexico near border
Rosarito, BCN, Mex. -- Four people believed to be Americans were shot in the head and dumped in a notorious drug-smuggling area in northern Mexico near the border with California, Mexican police said on Monday. -- Police in the beach town of Rosarito, across the border from San Diego, said they discovered the bodies...
|Chicago Daily Herald
Could infighting end Minuteman movement?
One of the most visible groups in the anti-illegal immigration movement could be defunct in seven months, its leader says. -- "We've lost the battle," said Minuteman project founder Jim Gilchrist. "My intuition tells me … this entire movement will fizzle to nothing by the end of the year."
|James P. Tucker Jr. -- American Free Press
Global elite gather in Washington
Luminaries at the Trilateral Commission meeting in Washington expressed confidence that they own all three major presidential candidates, who, despite political posturing, will support sovereignty-surrendering measures such as NAFTA and the "North American Union."...
|KTAR -- Phoenix
Border Patrol teams up with Customs for first time in Arizona
Officers from U.S. Customs and Border Protection are teaming up with U.S. Border Patrol agents to jointly man both inland checkpoints and border crossings in Arizona that once were the exclusive domain of the respective agencies...
||Walter Moore -- MooreIsBetter.com
What passes for leadership in Los Angeles
...Villaraigosa, Parks, Zine, Hahn, Reyes, Smith, Garcetti, Weiss, Grueul, LaBonge, Cardenas, Alarcon, Wesson, Perry, Rosendahl and Huizar are worse than an embarrassment to our City. They are costing us lives by failing to prevent murders that are entirely preventable. They are ruining our quality of life...
|Sacramento Bee Fabian
Mexican Reconquista zealot Núñez looks at options for his future
As Assembly Speaker Fabian Núñez reflected on his unlikely rise from a San Diego barrio to one of the state's most powerful offices, he recalled poignant, painful moments of a generation ago. -- "I remember making friends with a kid in La Jolla my father was a gardener there; my mother was a maid ..."
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest news from south of the border
Just when I thought that my capacity for astonishment was completely gone, something happened last Thursday evening which showed me that it wasn't so. -- If we consider that this aid package was originally part of the supplementary budget request for the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, for 103 billion dollars...
|American Patrol Report
Hal Netkin tells truth about E-Verify
In a letter to a critic of the E-Verify, Hal Netkin, a man who teaches people how to use E-Verify, said "Your claim that millions of legal workers, including U.S. citizens, could lose their jobs by mistake holds no water. The E-Verify program was specifically designed to protect existing workers..."
|American Patrol Report
Another MCDC scam
Glenn Spencer reports that he got an email from a man in Texas that included horrific photos of trash in the desert. He says he got the photos from MCDC who says they took the pictures. He says they are trying to raise money. Upon looking at the photos I realized that at least one of them I took five years ago. Click here to see it. "It looks as if we have yet another scam by these rip-off artists," said Glenn Spencer of American Patrol.
|El Paso Times
Controversy subsides around border law enforcement grants in El Paso
Texas has awarded nearly $20 million in grants this year to local police and sheriffs departments to continue border security operations that started more than two years ago. -- In El Paso, where local departments have been awarded more than $2 million this year, the operations have received less criticism recently...
|D. A. King --Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Federal database assures a legal work force
While political candidates promise "more jobs for Americans," we shouldn't dismiss the tools made available by the federal government to attempt to ensure that those precious jobs do not go to black-market, taxpayer subsidized labor... [Related blog item]
Illegal alien arrests at retreat spark fear
...The Prescott deportations echoed incidents in metro Phoenix that have raised tensions between church leaders and the Maricopa County Sheriff's Department. A crime sweep by sheriff's deputies in September resulted in arrests of undocumented day laborers near a church sanctuary in Cave Creek...
Meddling U.N. "racism investigator" to visit U.S.
A special U.N. human rights investigator will visit the United States this month to probe racism, an issue that has forced its way into the race to secure the Democratic Party's presidential nomination. --- "The special rapporteur will gather first-hand information on issues related to racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance," a U.N. statement said on Friday...