Assault on the Border
ABP's Mike Christie Faced Death
|Island Packet -- Hilton Head Island, South Carolina sc
ICE puts hold on suspect in deadly prom-night crash
Federal officials are investigating the immigration status of the alleged drunken driver charged in the crash that claimed the life of Bluffton High School junior Josh George as he headed home after the prom. -- ICE has placed a hold on Juan Rodriquez, who is being held on a $750,905 bond at the Beaufort County Detention Center.
|City News -- Toronto
MS-13 Primer: 'The most dangerous gang' in North America
They are called by one source "the most dangerous gang in America." And it's one U.S. import Toronto definitely wants to stop at the border. They're known officially as "Mara Salvatrucha 13," but most people refer to them by a much simpler name: MS-13...
|KVAL-TV -- Eugene, Oregon
Illegal aliens held in jail for $95 a day
Illegal aliens from all over the state are being housed in Lane County's jail, and taxpayers are footing the bill. -- ICE has teamed up with Lane County Sheriff's Office to jail illegal [aliens] accused or convicted of crimes in Oregon, before proceeding through the deportation process.
|Mike Cutler -- Family Security Matters
Immigration raid should be a wake up call for America
This Associated Press article about the recent raid on the Agriprocessors meatpacking plant in Iowa is important for a number of reasons. First, it clearly illustrates the outrageous conditions under which illegal aliens often toil. They are perceived as being easy to exploit because of their illegal status in our country...
McCain's rhetoric and the immigration debate
On a blogger conference call yesterday John McCain was asked about his tone during the recent immigration debates, with the questioner accusing him of adopting the language of those who called conservatives bigots. McCain said he never used that sort of language... [Vehement Mexican Reconquista Juan Hernandez works for McCain, and McCain is good pals with this creep]
|Los Angeles Times
Obama leads in battle for Latino vote
It was called "un mensaje personal a Puerto Rico," a television spot in which Barack Obama spoke to the camera in stilted but effective Spanish. -- "I was born on an island," he said, "and I understand that food, gas, and everything costs more."
|Dr. Laurie Roth, Ph. D. -- NewsWithViews.com
We are surrounded by a sea of enemies
...By now you must know that this means we become a new creature, a tri country region called North American Union, not the United States of America. Forget our borders; plan to have to submit to an International court system. Plan on gun rights being threatened all the more and talk radio being assaulted again by the fairness doctrine.
Chertoff blisters Congress over aid for Mexico
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff on Thursday accused congressional critics of imperiling a "historic opportunity" by tinkering with a proposal to provide $500 million in aid to help Mexico combat heavily armed narco-traffickers menacing the U.S.-Mexico border.
|The Dispatch -- Ocean City, Maryland
Restaurant owners admit hiring illegals
The owners of two West Ocean City restaurants raided by U.S. immigration officials in October pleaded guilty this week to hiring and harboring illegal aliens and evading employment taxes that should have been paid on the illegal employees and now face significant amounts of jail time, fines and the forfeiture of their property in the resort area.
|San Diego Union-Tribune
Foremen for labor contractor charged with Social Security fraud
El Centro, Calif. -- Two foremen for an Imperial Valley farm labor contractor were charged in federal court Thursday with fraudulently misusing Social Security numbers in order to employ [illegal aliens]. -- Carlos Ramos Galdamez, 49, and Jouanni Francisco Perez Tinoco, 31, both employees of Boss 4 Packing in Heber, were arrested Wednesday.
|Dave Gibson -- American Chronicle
Americans deserve an investigation of U. S. Attorney Johnny Sutton
Though he is sworn to protect the American people, U.S. Attorney Johnny Sutton has been operating more as an agent for George Bush and the corrupt Mexican government, than as an advocate for the American people. Since taking office, Sutton has been persecuting American law enforcement officers...
|Balita -- Glendale, Calif.
CA Assemblyman Silva votes against giving financial aid to illegals
Sacramento -- Assemblyman Jim Silva, R-Huntington Beach, joined Assembly Republicans yesterday in rejecting costly legislation passed by the majority party to grant financial aid to illegal immigrants, saying the measure would cost taxpayers in excess of $2 million annually at a time when the state’s public colleges and universities are already on the budget chopping block.
|White Plains (New York) Journal News
Putnam deputies charge 2 illegals in separate
Putnam deputies recently arrested two illegal immigrants in separate incidents, police said. -- Tarratino Perez, a 37-year-old citizen of Guatemala living in Brewster, was charged with second-degree assault around 3 a.m. Sunday. He is accused of beating a man with a chain at North Main Street and Michael Neuner Drive...
Illegal Mexican alien gets 6 months for unlawful reentry
Julio Frank Escorcia a Mexican national residing on Palmyra Street in New Orleans, Louisiana, was sentenced by U. S. District Judge Martin L.C. Feldman to six ( 6 ) months imprisonment for maliciously conveying false information and illegal reentry after deportation, announced U. S. Attorney Jim Letten. In addition, Judge Feldman ordered that defendant be deported to Mexico.
20 found guilty of providing false Social Security numbers
Tyler, Texas -- Twenty people pleaded guilty to providing false Social Security numbers to Pilgrim's Pride Corporation to get a job. -- U.S. Attorney Rebecca A. Gregory said Thursday that the 20, who were from the Mt. Pleasant area, pleaded guilty to misuse of Social Security numbers...
|The Patriot-News -- Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Illegal alien arraigned in fatal car wreck
A man described by police as an illegal immigrant from Mexico living in Lower Paxton Township. was arraigned Thursday night on charges filed after a crash at Locust Lane and South Arlington Avenue that took the life of an 87-year-old woman.
|Johnson County (Indiana) Daily Journal
Woman raped, beaten; 3 illegal aliens held
Two Greenwood men and a juvenile boy are accused of raping and beating a woman they did not know in a car after abducting her from an apartment complex parking lot, police said. -- The rape by someone other than an acquaintance was the first in the county in the past five years, Johnson County Prosecutor Lance Hamner said. [More of Bush's pet fiends]
||Walter Moore, Candidate For Mayor of Los Angeles
Dump the Mexican Reconquista L. A. mayor
Los Angeles can and should be the envy of the world. Instead, our city is a mess, and it gets worse each month. We can't afford four more years of a mayor who spends all his time running for the next office, staging photo-ops and going on out- of- town trips. We need a competent, full-time working mayor...
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest news from south of the border
Mexico's Foreign Relations Dep't. ruled out the possibilities that the U.S. Congress might eliminate the pre-conditions attached to the Merida Initiative and, this being the case, the Initiative would be unacceptable to Mexico....
|Judi McLeod -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto
Bilderberg boys will decide who's Obama's "chosen" Veep
Although coming on like a freight train as the Messiah For Change, Barack Obama's just another poodle of the powerbrokers when it comes to who will be his Veep. -- Visit to Mrs. Clinton notwithstanding, Obama's in no position to play favours in the vice president department, the big boys will decide who fills that slot...
Meddling Mexicans ask World Court to stay executions in US
Mexico appealed to the U.N.'s highest court Thursday to block the executions of Mexicans in the United States, arguing U.S. officials have failed to comply with a judgment ordering a review of their trials. -- The International Court of Justice said Mexico asked the court for an "interpretation" of an earlier ruling...
Mexico may reject U.S. aid package to fight drugs
Even though Mexico has just endured an especially deadly month, top Mexican officials said this week that they are ready to walk away from a historic U.S. aid package to help combat drug-related violence. -- Mexican officials said they will not accept the Bush administration's proposed Merida Initiative...
Jobless rates jumps to 5.5 percent -- biggest rise since '86
The nation's unemployment rate jumped to 5.5 percent in May -- the biggest monthly rise since 1986 -- as nervous employers cut 49,000 jobs. -- The latest snapshot of business conditions showed a deeply troubled economy, with dwindling job opportunities in a time of continuing hardship in the housing, credit and financial sectors.
|John Gizzi -- Human Events
McClintock, Pearce primary wins -- Something to smile about on right
...State Sen. McClintock has been for years “Mr. Conscience of a California Conservative.” Whether the issue is abortion, taxes, illegal immigration (he wants to revive Proposition 187, the 1994 initiative later struck down in court that denied services to illegal aliens) or property rights...