San Francisco Policy Leads to Anarchy
|WPRI-TV -- Providence, Rhode Island
Gov. Carcieri deepens war of words with Providence Mayor
Gov. Don Carcieri is escalating his war of words against Providence Mayor David Cicilline. -- In comments Tuesday on WPRO-AM, Carcieri suggested the U.S. Attorney's office should look into whether the mayor is breaking his oath of office by failing to uphold an executive order cracking down on illegal immigration.
|Marion Edwyn Harrison -- News By Us
Immigration onslaught costs taxpayers $346 billion
With respect to immigration how much attention the dollar benefit to the economy and the dollar cost to Federal taxpayers ought to be weighed is a subject which has received scant media attention. The balance, whatever it may be, probably is not the crucial question in an objective analysis of the value and problems...
|BorderFire Report sc
CBP seizes ton of marijuana
A 34-year old Tijuana man was arrested Saturday afternoon after U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the Otay Mesa cargo port of entry discovered over a ton of marijuana hidden in his tractor-trailer rig shortly after it entered the U.S. from Mexico at 1 p.m., officials announced today.
|Chattanooga Times-Free Press
Use of false IDs not necessarily illegal in Pilgrim’s Pride case
A federal judge has suggested that when two men used fake Social Security cards to gain employment at the local Pilgrim’s Pride plant, they might not technically have broken the law. -- Juan Luis Dardon-Canelo and Andres Loarca-Reynoso, along with three others, are being criminally prosecuted in the wake of a large immigration raid in April...
Don’t misunderestimate Obama
With 68 percent of Americans believing George Bush has done a poor job, and 82 percent saying the country is on the wrong track, the election of 2008 will turn on one issue: Barack Obama. -- If Sen. Obama can convince the people he is “one of us,” and not some snooty radical liberal from Chicago’s Hyde Park, who looks down upon white America as a fever swamp of racism...
Congressional approval falls to single digits for first time ever
The percentage of voters who give Congress good or excellent ratings has fallen to single digits for the first time in Rasmussen Reports tracking history. This month, just 9% say Congress is doing a good or excellent job. Most voters (52%) say Congress is doing a poor job, which ties the record high in that dubious category...
|Thor H. Asgardson -- American Chronicle
Why should we hire you?
John McCain can't handle the truth. -- He is still mouthing the "comprehensive immigration reform" mantra, which is really amnesty for Mexican invaders as those who annex American territory. His "straight talk express" is a forked tongue, epicurean delight for financial vipers, who prey on the wealth of America through compound interest.
|Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald / Review
Smuggling rings possible U.S. terror threat
The intercepted e-mail was alarmingly matter-of-fact for anyone worried about a new terror attack: “getting into U.S is no problem at all. thats what i do best.” -- The Ghanaian man who wrote it is in prison, accused of smuggling East Africans into the United States via Latin America for economic reasons...
|Mark Taylor -- Family Security Foundation
Mexican Truck Pilot Program: Fast track to disease and drugs
The most recent outbreak of salmonella poisoning of produce caused much alarm across the country and cost American tomato growers millions in lost revenue. As of this writing, over 900 salmonella cases have been diagnosed in 40 states...
|Daytona Beach (Florida) News-Journal
Illegal alien receives life sentence in killing
He said he felt bad. He said he didn't do it. But the young man who shot and killed a cross-dressing man outside a club last summer didn't show enough remorse to impress a judge Monday when he was sentenced to life in prison...
|Dallas Morning News
Both Obama, McCain avoid immigration policy discussion
John McCain and Barack Obama will happily engage on Iraq, taxes or health policy. The economy? Anytime, anywhere. But when it comes to immigration, neither is enthusiastic to talk, even though they largely agree on the solutions...
|Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson
Restaurant's ex-workers plead guilty to ID theft
All 11 former employees of a Panda Express restaurant who were indicted in March on identity theft charges pleaded guilty Monday to criminal impersonation. -- Pima County Superior Court Judge Frank Dawley could place each of the defendants on probation or sentence them to up to two years in prison at their sentencing Aug. 18.
|D. A. King -- Athens (Georgia) Banner-Herald
Local governments slow to comply with immigration law
In December 2005, an Atlanta Journal-Constitution/Zogby poll showed about 80 percent of Georgians were fed up with the illegal immigration and illegal employment crisis here and wanted the state government to address the issue...
Arizona towns hurt as gangs see smuggling profit
Douglas, Az. -- Walls get tagged with graffiti. Cars get shot up in drive-by shootings. Youngsters flash gang signs and battle with bricks, sticks, bats and pipes in the local park over turf. -- Once a sleepy smelter town on the Mexico border, Douglas is one of several cities in southern Arizona that are being transformed into urban battlefields...
|Dallas Morning News
McCain, addressing LULAC, walks a fine line on immigration
Sen. John McCain's tightrope act on immigration continued Tuesday, when he told a major Hispanic group that he's sticking by his pledge to satisfy demands for tighter border security before trying again to enact any sweeping reforms...
|WFAA-TV -- Dallas Video and Poll Included
Mexican comic book sold at Wal-Mart called 'racist'
Shawnedria McGinty was not sure what to think when she found a copy of the comic book series “Memin Pinguin” on the shelves at her local Wal-Mart. After flipping through the pages of the popular Mexican comic book, however, one word came to mind racist...
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest news from south of the border
Around 40% of the Juarez “municipal public security” personnel (police officers, radio operators, emergency phone line operators) will be dismissed in the next few days for failure to pass various tests including polygraph, psychological, criminal background, financial resource accountability and drug usage....
|Froma Harrop -- National Ledger - Apache Junction, Arizona
Fixing Illegal Immigration: What Americans want
Immigration is said to be a divisive issue, but it really isn't. Large majorities of Americans favor legal immigration, and large majorities oppose illegal immigration. But the failure to control the process has created a tiger that periodically pounces onto the national stage. John McCain and Barack Obama both have their positions on immigration...
|Thomas D. Elias -- Appeal-Democrat -- Marysville, Calif.
Newsom's chances slim and none
So Gavin Newsom has decided to "explore" a run for governor two years from now? So what? That was the overwhelming response from voters around the state who know who he is. From the vast majority of voters those who don't know who he is the response was even more dismissive. A yawn...
|One News Now
San Diego honoring 'La Raza'
...Rick Oltman is the national spokesman for Californians for Population Stabilization. He points out that the name La Raza translates into "The Race." -- "They're an advocacy group for open borders and not enforcing the law, and for a particular race," he states. "They call all of us racist who want to enforce the law. It is a special-interest group whose interests are counter to the benefit of the United States."
|Asbury Park (New Jersey) Press
Plan: Punish illegal immigrants' landlords
Middletown, NJ -- Mayor Gerard Scharfenberger wants the township to consider adopting an ordinance that would penalize landlords for renting to people who are in the country illegally. -- During a Township Committee meeting on Monday, Scharfenberger said he would like Middletown's ordinance to be modeled on a proposal Bound Brook officials will consider during a meeting today.
|Marietta (Georgia) Daily Journal
Activist: Cobb is skirting Georgia law
D.A. King, an anti-illegal immigration activist, says Cobb County officials are not following a law requiring them to verify the immigration status of applicants for such public benefits as business licenses. -- The county disagrees....
||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...
|One News Now
Agent's death -- catalyst for Bush's involvement?
The ranking Republican on the House Immigration Subcommittee says it's outrageous that a Mexican judge has released a Mexican national who U.S. authorities say struck and killed a Border Patrol agent with his vehicle. -- Jesus Navarro Montes is accused of intentionally killing agent Luis Aguilar on January 19, 2008...