|Freedom Folks -- Chicago sc
Blogs 4 Borders latest V-burst
Jobs Americans Won’t Do? Are American kids being screwed out of summer jobs by greedy and unethical employers? We investigate. -- 100% Preventable! Americans continue to pay the bloody price for open borders. When will the madness end?
|Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Georgia
Lou Dobbs reports on the NAFTA Superhighway
While most other major national newscasters have blindly accepted the government’s line that the “NAFTA Superhighway” is a “myth,” Lou Dobbs has refused to be fooled. In search of the truth, Mr. Dobbs sent investigative reporter Bill Tucker to Texas to see for himself...
|New York Times sc
States take new tack on illegals
Milton, Fla. -- Three months after the local police inspected more than a dozen businesses searching for illegal immigrants using stolen Social Security numbers, this community in the Florida Panhandle has become more law-abiding, emptier and whiter...
|Stephen Dinan -- Washington Times
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...
|Newsday -- New York
GOP may use illegal alien license plan in White House race
Differences between Barack Obama and John McCain now command the spotlight, with standard party-line clashes expected on abortion, guns, taxes and Iraq. Expect sniping to intensify around race, class and terrorism...
|Attleboro (Massachusetts) Sun Chronicle
Illegals suspected of passing counterfeit bills
Seekonk, Mass. -- Two New York residents allegedly passed counterfeit bills at Bed, Bath and Beyond on Route 6 and several other stores throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island Friday. -- East Providence, R.I. police arrested the pair later that day, according to published reports...
|El Paso Times
Bodies of 8 men found in Juárez
Eight men were found dead Saturday in Juárez, adding to the more than 420 homicides since the beginning of the year, officials said Sunday. -- All of the victims were shot to death in the continuing violence that has gripped the city. -- Officials began finding bodies at about 2 p.m. Saturday...
Immigration debate has shifted from reform to enforcement
Immigration was going to be one of the issues of the 2008 presidential election season. It has not so far turned out to be the potboiler many expected. -- But it's still simmering away below the surface. -- Last year's collapse of immigration reform in Congress made legalization -- and those who supported it -- politically radioactive...
|NBC4-TV -- Washington
Hispanic killings up in Prince George's County
Upper Marlboro, Md. -- Homicide numbers indicate a rise in the number of Hispanics being killed in Prince George's County in recent months. -- From mid-March to mid-May, Latinos accounted for 10 of the county's 24 homicides. Hispanics make up 21 percent of all homicides that county police investigate -- a jump from...
Bush orders contractors to check legal status of employees
President Bush has signed an executive order requiring contractors and others who do business with the federal government to make sure their employees can legally work in the U.S. -- Bush signed the order Friday and the White House announced the order Monday...
|Wake Up America
Arizona Daily Star blatantly supports illegals
I received an interesting article in my email today, courtesy of my morning radio talk show host Jon Justice. The writer of the article didn't have the courage to supply his name to the article. -- It seems Lou Dobbs is under attack from some fly by night group calling themselves "The Hispanic Institute"...
||American Border Patrol
American flag event on the border July 4th
On the 4th of July, American Border Patrol will display thousands of U.S. Flags right on the border. You can help put them up. Call 520-803-7703 and arrange to come to the ranch.
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest news from south of the border
The delegations from Mexico & the U.S. taking part in the 47th Inter Parliamentary Reunion buried and placed a headstone on the future of the Merida Initiative. Delegates stated this was because the plan was formulated without prior consultation with the legislatures in both countries. One country demands accountability while the other rejects provisos.
|One News Now
Mexican menace to investigate U.S. for "human rights violations"
A United Nations official intends to visit a Northern Virginia county this week to investigate its tough crackdown on illegal immigration. -- The UN's special investigator on migrants' rights, Jorge Bustamante, plans to tour the cities of Manassas and Woodbridge to determine whether law enforcement measures in Prince William County violate the human rights of illegal aliens.
|Washington Times Editorial
America's 'identity crisis'
The Bradley Project on America's National Identity issued a report which contends that America's national identity is being weakened by the spread of multiculturalism and globalization. The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation established this project in 2007...
|Arizona Republic Editorial -- Phoenix
Arizona Bar's witch hunt
Some months ago, Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas went overboard, in our judgment, in enforcing a new voter-approved law meant to identify illegal [aliens] accused of crimes. -- Now, it is his political opponents' turn to fly out of control.
|East Valley Tribune -- Phoenix
Foes of Arizona sanctions law to have day in court
Federal appellate judges will begin weighing this week what right states have to regulate who private companies can hire. -- The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments by business groups and Hispanic activists that only the federal government can regulate whether employers can hire people not in this country legally...
|Guy W. Farmer -- Nevada Appeal -- Carson City
Illegals' role in drug trade shouldn't be ignored
Here's something the so-called "immigration advocates" don't want you to know: Illegal [aliens] are deeply involved in the drug trade in Northern Nevada, and elsewhere on the West Coast and around the country. -- The latest example of the dangerous and troubling connection between illegal immigration and drug trafficking occurred in Reno last month...