Pot Calling Kettle Black
Reconquista Chavez-Thompson Hypocritical
|KABC-TV -- Los Angeles sc
Agent shoots at 3 near Canadian line
Derby Line, Vt. -- A U.S. Border Patrol agent shot at three suspects early Monday after being assaulted on a residential street near the U.S.-Canada border, the agency said. -- An officer on routine patrol spotted the three people - two male and one female - walking in Derby Line at about 2:15 a.m., said spokesman Mark Henry...
Police: Arranged marriage led father to kill daughter
A Jonesboro man faces murder charges in the strangulation death of his 25-year-old daughter early Sunday over what police said was her desire to end an arranged marriage. -- Chaudhry Rashid, 54, is being held at the Clayton County jail and faces an initial court appearance Monday afternoon... [More "family values"]
Colleges crack down on illegal aliens
McLean, Va. -- Lawmakers in several U.S. states have taken actions making it more difficult for undocumented immigrants to go to college, officials say. -- Since 2006, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia and Oklahoma haven't given tuition benefits to people whose parents took them to the United States unlawfully, even if the students attended state schools their entire lives...
Blunt signs bill going after illegal aliens
Joplin, Mo. -- Gov. Matt Blunt is to sign legislation imposing new restrictions on illegal [aliens] and new requirements on businesses that employ them. -- Blunt is scheduled to publicize the bill signing Monday with stops in Joplin and Kansas City...
|Access North Georgia -- Gainesville
Alabama looks to Georgia illegal immigration law as model
Birmingham labor lawyers and contractors say they are watching closely the effect of a tough new Georgia law to weed out illegal workers. -- The Security and Immigration Compliance Act passed by Georgia lawmakers was signed into law by Gov. Sonny Perdue in April 2006, just as Congress failed to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
||Freedom Folks -- Chicago
Latest V-burst from Blogs 4 Borders
In this weeks edition… Who are the violent ones? The SPLC insists that the Minutemen are a powder keg of violence, but who is committing political violence? -- The Rule of Law? When sanctuary cities go bad!
|Barbara Simpson -- WorldNetDaily.com
Why are we so stupid?
Happy Birthday USA, as of July 4th! -- You'd think that after 232 years of existence as a free nation, the United States of America would have perfected the means of protecting the borders and securing its sovereign territory against illegal intrusion. -- You might think so, and you might expect it but, no.
|Charlotte Observer sc
Suspected gangster jailed after stand-off
Another suspected member of the notoriously violent MS-13 gang was arrested in a University City neighborhood Sunday night, after a stand-off with Charlotte-Mecklenburg police that lasted several hours. -- Javier Molina, who authorities say is also known as “Big Psycho,” was being held in the Mecklenburg County Jail.
|Donald A. Collins -- VDare.com
Businesses bleat for lax law enforcement -- with full support of NY Times
The advertiser paymasters of the NY Times again get one of their media puppets to push a big front page paean to their main demand: cheap labor, legal or illegal, skilled or unskilled. -- The Sunday, July 6th piece, Employers Fight Tough Measures On Immigration, by Julia Preston, recites the same old, same old arguments...
Conservatives ready to battle McCain on convention platform
Conservative activists are preparing to do battle with allies of Sen. John McCain in advance of September's Republican National Convention, hoping to prevent his views on global warming, immigration, stem cell research and campaign finance from becoming enshrined in the party's official declaration of principles...
|Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier
Hispanic-owned businesses on the brink in Postville
Postville, Iowa -- Despite a 75 percent drop in sales at his businesses, Cesar Jochola said, his family will find a way to stay in Postville. -- He looks up and down the aisles of Tonita's Express, a cramped, dimly lit downtown store, and sees merchandise gathering dust...
Illegal aliens' last stop
Tucked away in a landscaped corporate park in north Houston, a sprawling complex is barely noticeable to the public. But it's a well-known stop, a sort of symbolic exit door out of America, for about 1,500 illegal [aliens] who come through this busy detention facility every month...
|Mark Krikorian -- Taki's Magazine
The Real Reconquista: Mass immigration and American sovereignty
The boasts by Mexican nationalists about "reconquista" used to sound comical to most American ears, little more than banana-republic bravado. Americans who took this reconquista rhetoric seriously were breezily dismissed as cranks or alarmists, "black helicopter" people imagining world events controlled by the Trilateral Commission or, worse, by the Elders of Zion...
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest news from south of the border
Four different events in Juarez, some out in the street, some in a bar, resulted in four more homicide victims. And at dawn, some hooded men proceeded to throw Molotov cocktails at the “DX Club” night spot; it burned down completely....
PCBS Run Amok: Toddlers who dislike spicy food 'racist'
Toddlers who turn their noses up at spicy food from overseas could be branded racists by a Government-sponsored agency. -- The National Children's Bureau, which receives £12 million a year, mainly from Government funded organisations, has issued guidance to play leaders and nursery teachers advising them to be alert for racist incidents among youngsters in their care.
|Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson
Tower sites planned for protected public land
A pair of nationally protected public lands in Southwestern Arizona have been tabbed as future sites for the Department of Homeland Security's virtual fence. -- Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is slated to receive seven surveillance towers later this year as part of the Ajo-1 project...
|Press of Atlantic City (New Jersey)
Crash hurts four people in Galloway
A collision at Route 30 and Third Avenue injured four people, with one driver ending up guarded in the hospital after he was revealed to be living in the country illegally, according to Galloway Township police. -- Jose Antonio Medina-Chavez, 24, who lives in Waterford Township, was driving west on Route 30....
|San Jose Mercury News
A green card, and a wife overseas
... But groups like the Federation for American Immigration Reform and Californians for Population Stabilization say increasing the number of legal immigrants - which already runs about a million a year - is not a good idea. -- Rick Oltman of Californians for Population Stabilization said he is sympathetic to the immigrants' plight, but added: "They understood the rules when they got here."
|Fort Myers (Florida) News-Press
Police search with few facts in Lee County home invasion homicide
Rey Escobar knew the two men deputies say killed him. -- But finding the pair, who worked with Escobar in a wood factory, has been difficult. --Escobar’s 13-year-old son witnessed his father’s death and recognized the suspects...