Barack Obama is a Liar
Says Dobbs/Limbaugh Caused Doubling of Hate Crimes Against Hispanics
|El Paso Times sc
Law enforcement warned not to visit Juárez, 11 bodies found
Local law enforcement on Friday were being warned about traveling to Juárez in the wake of threats of a "bloody" weekend and at least 11 murders since Thursday. -- Although representatives from law enforcement agencies would not confirm such warnings given to officers, there have been reports that law enforcement are being asked to refrain from visiting Juárez...
|Riverside (Calif.) Press-Enterprise
Minuteman group protests 'consulate on wheels' in San Bernardino
Carrying large U.S. flags and chanting "USA," 20 members of the anti-illegal-immigration group The Minuteman Project on Wednesday stood outside the Mexican consulate in San Bernardino to protest the consulate's satellite services...
|North County Times -- Escondido, Calif.
ICE operation nets 137 in San Diego County
Federal agents arrested 137 people in San Diego County, including 32 in North County, during a three-week, statewide immigration crackdown that ended late Thursday, U.S. ICE officials said Friday. -- The sweep, conducted by the agency's Fugitive Operations Teams, started May 5 in San Diego and netted more than 900 people in California...
|Las Vegas Review-Journal sc
Marchers want legality for illegal alien teens
Dozens of college students, many in graduation gowns and caps, marched from Valley High School to University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on Friday afternoon in support of legislation that would give [illegal alien] young people a path toward legality.
|KCPW -- Salt Lake City
ICE agency shortfall leaves state in the lurch
Lawmakers want Attorney General Mark Shurtleff to report back to the Immigration Interim Committee this summer with more information about the number of [illegal aliens] released from Utah jails. Shurtleff says often the understaffed ICE can't pick up the offenders, so many are processed in a matter of hours and released.
|Michael Vail & Josh Reeves -- Rense.com
North American Union ratified under smokescreen of 9/11
This belief was reflected in the outcomes of nearly all of the 17 elections held in 2006. And it has been the real story of recent years: Not some "Left Turn." Not some populist rejection of markets and trade - but the creation of a new hemispheric consensus that, as our Inter-American Democratic Charter...
|San Antonio Express-News Editorial
Wolff wants to fight federal border fence
County Judge Nelson Wolff shows a keen grasp of Economics 101: What helps your neighbors helps you, even if those neighbors happen to be hundreds of miles away. -- The negative take on that principle, however, is equally valid: What hurts the neighboring communities hurts you as well... [Related Info]
|Madera (Calif.) Tribune
Illegal alien arrested for welfare fraud
Allegations of welfare fraud and perjury returned a Madera mother and her children into the custody of authorities Friday for a second time in a year. The children are with Child Protective Services while their mother, 28-year-old Nora Yesenia Guillen, is in county jail...
Arrests worry so-called 'immigrants'
After hearing that immigration agents arrested 25 undocumented immigrants Tuesday, Pascuala Torres started to worry. -- Torres, 58, a legal resident who is studying to become a U.S. citizen, said she worries every time she hears news about immigration agents making arrests. Her son is in the process of becoming a legal resident...
|Joe Guzzardi -- VDare.com
Memorial day in my ESL class
The other day during my English as a second language class, I reviewed with my students our schedule for the remaining two weeks of school. -- After I wrote on the board, “Monday, May 26th, Memorial Day, No Class” I wondered how many students knew the significance that holiday holds for them...
|News Digital Media -- Surry Hills, New South Wales
Mexican woman strapped cocaine to children
London -- A woman has been jailed for nearly 10 years after admitting trying to smuggle hundreds of thousands of pounds of cocaine into Britain strapped to two children. -- Elisa Vazquez Sanchez was stopped by customs officers after flying into London's Heathrow airport from Mexico last March...
|Laguna Journal -- Laguna Beach, Calif.
Mexico Drug Related Violent Deaths Escalate
Over 1,500 people have been killed in Mexico so far this year, according to Mexican news reports. Most of the slayings have taken place in states that are hubs for drug trafficking and organized crime. In one day this week, alone, Mexico recorded 40 executions. These murders are the most violent of episodes...
|Hilton Head Island (South Carolina) Packet
Suspect in deadly prom-night crash faces more serious charges
Prosecutors have elevated the charges against the alleged drunken driver they say was responsible for the prom-night wreck that claimed the life of Bluffton High School junior Josh George. -- Juan Jose Olague Roman, 20, of Bluffton now faces charges of felony DUI resulting in death and... [Related item with video]
|New York Times
270 Illegal aliens sent to prison in federal push
Waterloo, Iowa -- In temporary courtrooms at a fairgrounds here, 270 illegal [aliens] were sentenced this week to five months in prison for working at a meatpacking plant with false documents. -- The prosecutions, which ended Friday, signal a sharp escalation in the Bush administration’s crackdown on illegal workers...
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers sc
Latest news from south of the border
This Wednesday the European Union approved a legal proposal for a common policy which provides for a choice between either the legalization or the expulsion of undocumented aliens. Persons who lack proper documentation would either leave voluntarily or be forced to leave and could be detained for...
|Dallas Morning News
Dallas officer hurt while trying to avoid accident with drunken illegal
A Dallas police officer was recovering in the intensive-care unit Friday after he lost control of his squad car while trying to avoid an accident and crashed into an iron fence in West Oak Cliff. An iron rod from the fence broke the front windshield and struck his chest...
|East Valley Tribune -- Phoenix
Arpaio: Offers pouring in to offset funding loss
Valley gun-maker Frank DeSomma donated about $10,000 worth of guns and equipment to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office earlier this year, but he wanted it to be a secret. -- “I wanted to give this because I appreciate the organization,” DeSomma said. “But I wanted to keep it quiet.”