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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Open For Violence
Mexican War Spreads Across Border

Lou Dobbs Tonight -- CNN -- July 15  

Fred Burton, Stratfor: Street violence in Los Angeles, Portland, Chicago, New York City or Washington, D.C., is directly attributable to the violence that's taking place in Mexico, meaning the cartels are working with criminal gangs inside the United States, and they're carrying out these violent murders and crimes on the streets of America. [...]
Dobbs: Incredible, and yet this administration continues to resist efforts to maintain the National Guard on the border, to actually secure this border instead of play statistics games with the number of border patrol agents in place, that sort of thing. I mean, this is getting very, very dangerous.
Wian: All of these problems could be easily solved by simply securing the border, Lou, and the administration has not done that.
Dobbs: And that does not even take into account the millions of young lives devastated, and in some cases, destroyed by the illegal drugs methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana, and heroin, the principal source of which into this country is still Mexico.
 Video Watch Mexican Cartels in the US Transcript

BYM Marine & Maritime News -- Spain   
Mexicans sneaking into US by boat caught at Imperial Beach   
Acting on information provided by Coast Guard Sector San Diego, U.S. Customs and Border Protection marine interdiction and border patrol agents Monday morning intercepted a Mexican motor powered vessel and detained nine undocumented Mexican nationals upon landing at Imperial Beach... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Reuters     sc    
Arizona lawman Arpaio sued for alleged racial profiling   
Phoenix -- A group of Hispanic activists in Arizona filed a lawsuit against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio on Wednesday, alleging the lawman uses racial profiling in controversial sweeps to round up illegal [aliens.... criminals]. -- Arpaio began the patrols in mostly Hispanic communities in the Phoenix valley last year. His deputies stop people and arrest anyone who cannot prove legal U.S. residency.~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Investors Business Daily   
La Raza to the bottom   
Obama, the "post-racial" candidate, pandered Sunday to a group of Hispanic activists that calls itself "The Race." The only thing that was missing at the convention of the National Council of La Raza was his wearing a Mexican flag lapel pin... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Thor H. Asgardson -- American Chronicle -- Beverly Hills   
Cover letter for the American worker   
..."Red , white and blue Budweiser brewer Anheuser-Busch Cos. lost its battle for independence early Monday, but it may be headed for barrels of new customers overseas. --- This is part of the larger plan to globalize the United States of America, by dissolving it into a new entity, called the "North American Union," thereby ending a 230 year reign of freedom for the human race... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Cinnamon Stillwell -- San Francisco Chronicle   
San Francisco: Sanctuary city gone awry   
San Francisco's political establishment has long prided itself on providing a haven for illegal immigrants. Mayor Gavin Newsom even launched a taxpayer-funded $83,000 "public awareness campaign" earlier this year assuring illegal immigrants that the "sanctuary city" by the bay was in their court... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Mark Burkhalter -- Atlanta Journal-Constitution   
Noncitizen voters undermine elections   
Without a second thought, many of us will exercise the right to vote today. But there is emerging evidence that the integrity of elections nationwide may be compromised due to the influx of noncitizens who have registered to vote... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Marie Parente -- Daily News-Tribune -- Waltham, Massachusetts   
Citizenship should matter   
...A Boston Globe article dated January 11, 2008 quoted Governor Deval Patrick as saying he "supports in-state tuition rates for illegal immigrants but has not decided how to proceed." --- Think about that for a moment. If an out-of-state or legal out-of-country "foreign" student is not eligible for the reduced tuition... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Deseret News -- Salt Lake City  
Fed crackdown on Utah gangs nets 50 arrests   
U.S. Attorney for Utah Brett Tolman said Utahns are sick of gang violence, and federal officials are stepping in to help. -- "We are tired, frustrated and upset about gang problems," Tolman said during a press conference Tuesday. "These are all violent gangs, and we want them out of our communities." ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Congressman hit by ethics complaint over Mexican case   
A nonprofit organization has filed an ethics complaint against U.S. Rep. Silvestre Reyes, D-Texas, for allegedly convincing ICE agents to act outside the agency's jurisdiction by organizing a rescue operation of a foreign national on foreign soil... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Coming Up
July 18
Tulsa, Oklahoma -- Outraged Patriots
Come and Meet State Rep. Randy Terrill

KPHO-TV -- Phoenix   
News 5 investigates Phoenix kidnapping epidemic (invaders involved)   
Phoenix is in the middle of a kidnapping epidemic, police said. -- Last year the Phoenix police department handed 359 extortion-related kidnapping cases, Sgt. Phil Roberts said. The ransom demands in these cases can range from $50,000 to $1 million, he said. [Related video courtesy of 'Lone Wolf']

Tancredo: Mexican asylum -- Sign of a failed state?   
Mexican law enforcement officials are walking into U.S. ports of entry in increasing numbers to seek political asylum, and the flow may soon become a flood as Mexico's battle with the drug cartels intensifies. Our first instinct is to welcome them, but there is more at stake than humanitarian sentiments... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Coming Up
July 22
The Dustin Inman Society -- Marietta, Georgia -- 6:15 - 8:30 PM EDT
Rally to Demand Cobb Co. Compliance with Law

Houston Chronicle  
World Court orders U.S. to halt executions of 5 Mexicans in Texas 
The Hague, Netherlands -- The U.N.'s highest court ordered U.S. authorities today to do everything possible to halt the executions of five Mexicans in Texas until their cases are reviewed. -- The Bush administration has unsuccessfully tried to get Texas courts to review the cases and said it expected the World Court's order to have little impact. ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Roy Warden -- Tucson   
The beheading of Sheriff Joe   
Now, with the public “beheading” of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the public is finally waking up to the ugly reality of Pima County open border policy and it’s chief architect, Pima County Legal Defender Isabel Garcia. -- The time has come to take a deeper look at the dark, metastasizing cancer that lies at the heart of Pima County government... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

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John McCain phone rally
John McCain is set to talk at another racist convention. He spoke at the 'Tan Klan' soiree in San Diego July 14, and now is set to pander at the 'Latino Congreso' gig in L. A. on July 18. Call his office and ask him to stop kowtowing to blatantly racist organizations.

NBC5-TV -- Dallas   
Fatal canal crash evokes racial tensions   
Westley, Calif. -- At least five people are dead after two vehicles crashed and plunged into a canal Tuesday near Westley, Calif., police said. -- The crash involved an SUV carrying farm workers and a septic tank truck. -- The SUV, which was carrying farm workers, failed to stop at an intersection, witnesses said, and was hit by the speeding septic tank truck... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Associated Press  
Barletta tries to keep invasion issue alive as voters turn to economy   
Hazleton, Pa. -- Mayor Lou Barletta, whose bid to unseat a 12-term congressman is based largely on his reputation as an anti-illegal immigration crusader, is trying to keep his signature issue alive even as voters turn their attention to the troubled economy and sky-high gas prices... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Providence (Rhode Island) Journal  
Dozens arrested in raids at courthouses, tantrum at ICE office follows   
Federal immigration agents and state police raided six Rhode Island courthouses yesterday, arresting dozens of people employed by two contractors hired by the state. The detainees are all believed to be maintenance workers. -- The raid led to a noisy demonstration by at least 100 people outside the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Latest news from south of the border   
The office of the Mexican Federal Attorney General (PGR) reports that narcotraffic controls 80 municipalities in the country. Besides drug trafficking, the criminals extort protection “taxes” from legitimate businesses and run prostitution rings...

East Valley Tribune -- Phoenix   
MCSO arrested 40 in sweep, 26 suspected illegals   
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office says deputies arrested 40 people on Monday in a crime suppression operation in Mesa. -- Seven warrants were cleared by arrest and 26 of those arrested were determined to be in the country illegally, MCSO spokesman Capt. Paul Chagolla said in a news release... [Related video courtesy of 'Lone Wolf'] ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Pete Borden -- Marietta (Georgia) Daily Journal   
Support King's efforts to make Cobb comply with law   
In seeking an injunction preventing Cobb County from continuing to violate the laws of the state of Georgia, local immigration activist D.A. King exercised his God-given right to insist on strict obedience to the law. -- He has, in fact, decided to "fight city hall," as the old saying goes. He is to be commended... [Related item]~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

American Patrol Report   
L.A. Times in deep trouble, deservingly   
The Los Angeles Times, long-time mouthpiece for illegal immigration, is in serious trouble. Its publisher just resigned. --"The overall picture of what's happening to The Times is simply not good," said George Kieffer, a prominent Los Angeles attorney... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Bob Parks -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto  
Obama sucks up to 'Tan Klan'   
...Here’s the candidate that will unite us all, that is, except those for whom he needs to “push back.” -- One thing a President Obama will need to be reminded of: he will be our nation’s chief law enforcement officer. That also means enforcing and protecting our sovereign borders. But once Obama gets what he wants, all bets are off... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Washington Post  
Jobless rates for youths soaring   
Chicago -- Since Eddie Macias graduated from high school in Chicago on June 17, his summer has stretched in front of him. -- But he has no job. -- Macias, 19, has been looking for work on and off for four years, starting after an aneurysm disabled his father. This spring he looked for jobs at malls and banks on foot and via the Internet but had no luck. ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

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