God Damn America?
Reverend Wright May Get His Wish
|Greater Milwaukee Today sc
Alleged aide to illegal aliens seeks release
A Pewaukee restaurateur is seeking to be released from federal custody while his case on charges he hired illegal immigrants and harbored them is pending. -- Rong "Ricky" Shi was ordered detained while his case is pending last month, but he is to return to court today to determine whether he will be allowed out on bail...
|Rick Oltman of CAPS -- Marin Independent Journal
Selective enforcement is anti-American
The recent arrests of illegal aliens in San Rafael has produced the familiar chorus of hyperbolic denunciations from the usual suspects, all of them benefiting one way or another from illegal aliens living in our community. -- There are between 20 million to 30 million illegal immigrants in our country, and it is now obvious that...
|The State -- Columbia, South Carolina
Governor signs illegal immigration bill
Gov. Mark Sanford signed legislation Wednesday that threatens to temporarily shut down businesses and fine them up to $1,000 per worker if they employ illegal immigrants. -- Sanford, surrounded by about 20 legislators, said the measure reasserts the rule of law in South Carolina - cracking down on the "wink-and-nod" employment of illegal [aliens].
|Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Suspected illegals bail out in Nueces
A chase in Nueces County early Wednesday ended when a group of suspected [illegal aliens] bailed out of a vehicle and fled into the brush. -- Deputy Constable Benigno Zapata, Jr. with the Precinct 5 Constable’s Office, said he tried to pull over a red 1990 Chevrolet truck about 9:15 a.m. on Farm-to-Market Road 70...
|GlobalVisas.com -- London
Obama and McCain in agreement on illegals
...It is often felt that immigration policy has become a pawn in order to gain votes in the coming elections, especially when the Latino vote has become extremely important in terms of illegal immigration. Both candidates call to close border to prevent illegals and aim to legalise some of the 12 million odd illegal [aliens]...
|KSL-TV -- Salt Lake City
Driver in fatal rollover sentenced to 4 years
A man who pleaded guilty to a charge of transporting illegal aliens resulting in death was sentenced to four years in federal prison Tuesday. -- Rigoberto Salas-Lopez told federal agents he was paid $1,000 to drive 14 people to St. Louis from Phoenix in 2007... [Related item]
|Sioux County Index -- Hull, Iowa
Focus Group to tackle immigration issues
As an elected official, Dennis Wright believes in responding to his constituents by trying to get things done. -- More than 100 concerned Sioux County citizens packed the Sioux County Board of Supervisors meeting on Feb. 26 to express frustration with immigration issues. Everyone agreed that the law has to be enforced when it comes to people entering this country illegally...
|Don't Miss This!
Terry Anderson fills in for Roger Hedgecock on Thursday, June 5
The show airs from 3 to 7 pm Pacific on KOGO, AM 600, San Diego, and on the internet. Click here and look for the "Listen Live" link. The call-in number is (800) 600-5646 (600-KOGO). -- Click here to visit Terry's web site.
Landlord sued for renting to illegals, discriminating against Americans
Plainfield, NJ -- The Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) has filed a RICO and Fair Housing discrimination lawsuit against Connolly Properties, Inc. and other defendants on behalf of a former employee and several tenants in the Federal District Court in New Jersey. The lawsuit asks the court to find the Defendants liable for unlawfully harboring illegal aliens...
Drunk driver plows into bike race, kills 1
An alleged drunk driver killed one person and injured 10 others when he fell asleep at the wheel and slammed into bicyclists in a Brownsville, Texas, race. -- A city official was able to capture the terrifying moment on camera. -- Juan Campos, 28, charged with the death of Alejandro Alvarez, 37, of Monterrey, Mexico, claims he is a legal U.S. citizen...
|Asbury Park (New Jersey) Press
Illegal alien charged with videotaping women in bathroom
A man who was in the country illegally was arrested Saturday at the Wakefern warehouse on Tower Road after it was discovered he was using his cell phone to take pictures inside the women's bathroom at the facility. -- Juan C. Torres was arrested when Patrolman Michael Hallman inspected his cell phone... [More "family values"]
|Randall Burns -- VDare.com
How Pilgrim's Pride can really live up to its name
I was saddened a bit when I read the April story about the illegal alien busts at Pilgrim’s Pride plants. I believe in immigration enforcement as strongly as any member of the VDARE.COM Editorial Collective. However, I don’t think it is right that all the costs here be borne by poor people -- who have probably been "following the rules" from their perspective.
|Orange County Register -- Santa Ana, Calif.
Judge issues conditional order that may strip Irvine man’s citizenship
A federal judge on Monday sentenced an Irvine man convicted of lying on his U.S. naturalization application to 51 months in prison and a loss of his citizenship if he fails to win his case on appeal. -- Hares Ahmadzai, of Irvine, was found guilty last year of lying on his application to become a U.S. citizen about his criminal past...
|Peace Reporter -- Milan, Italy
Bilderberg meeting starts June 5 in Chantilly, Virginia
...Two years ago, a press release sent out on the date of the opening session in 2006, explained that the annual meeting would discuss the War on Terrorism, the situation in Iran and the Middle East, Oil, Russia, US-EU relations, and relations between the West and Asia, as well as Immigration... [More on this subject here]
|Owasso (Oklahoma) Reporter
Honduran illegals seized after hit and run accident
A hit and run accident Sunday afternoon led to the arrest of five illegal aliens from Honduras. -- Owasso police were called to Wal-Mart at approximately 3:59 p.m. Sunday in reference to a hit and run accident. While in route, dispatch advised that the suspect vehicle, which was described as a small red truck with a trailer hauling ladders...
|Medical News Today -- Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, UK
Tancredo: Media's immigrant detainees health care investigations 'another big lie'
The CBS "60 Minutes" and Washington Post series on health care for immigrant detainees seeking asylum or awaiting deportation is "another big lie in the mainstream media's campaign to paint immigration enforcement as draconian and inhumane," Rep. Tom Tancredo writes in a Washington Times opinion piece...
|World Politics Review -- Washington, DC
Has Mexico descended into civil war?
Mexico City -- "We are at war," read the headline of a recent El Universal editorial, following the death of yet another federal policeman. -- More than 4,000 people have been killed in Mexico since the fight against organized crime was launched in December 2006 by President Felipe Calderón. This year, 178 policemen have been killed...
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest news from south of the border
The lead story, "Mouriño rejects US conditions," states that the Secretary of Government (no US equivalent) warned that his country will reject US aid in combating narcotraffic if it is conditioned on any type of monitoring or verification of goals. US Ambassador Antonio Garza confirmed Monday that the US Congress requested Mexico to avoid human rights violations...
|Windsor (Ontario) Star sc
Illegal aliens warned
Windsor Mayor Eddie Francis said Monday Ottawa needs to begin a massive publicity campaign across the United States to warn illegal [aliens] they should think twice about seeing Canada as a soft touch. -- Speaking after telling an immigration conference in New York of the crisis Windsor suffered last fall -- when hundreds of Mexicans fleeing an illegal immigration crackdown...
Illegal aliens sue over jobs they're not entitled to have
She says she crossed the border from Mexico [illegally] and found work as a live-in housekeeper for a family that never let her out of their sight. -- At first, her employers paid her $200 a month for cooking, cleaning and care-taking from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week. Then they stopped paying the woman...
|Delmarva Now -- Salisbury, Maryland
Restaurant owners plead guilty to tax evasion, employing illegals
Baltimore, Md. -- A couple who owned two restaurants in West Ocean City pleaded guilty today to tax evasion and employing illegal aliens in the U.S. District Court. -- Bo Hao Zhu, 33, and wife Siu Ping Cheng, 30, both of Ocean City, owned an operated Miyako Sushi and Seafood Buffet and Panda China Buffet restaurants...
|The State -- Charleston, South Carolina
Immigration legislation: Latinos ask S.C. to reconsider
On the eve of Gov. Mark Sanford’s signing an immigration bill into law, a dozen Latino residents from Charleston staged a protest at the State House. -- Holding handmade posters, the group made one last effort Tuesday to fight back the bill that would regulate businesses’ hiring practices and bar illegal [aliens] from attending state colleges.
|John Derbyshire -- National Review
May Days past
Like the rest of you, I’ve been wondering how the lead organization lobbying on behalf of special privileges for Mexicans in the U.S.A. manages to get away with calling itself "National Council of La Raza." Those last two words, I’m sure I don’t need to tell you, mean "the race." The idea, as I had it explained to me, is that...