Mexican War II?
It Could Start in Pima County, Arizona
|American Patrol Report Commentary -- July 20
Mexican Agent Defies U.S. Law
On July 10, Isabel Garcia suggested a violent assault on the Sheriff of Maricopa County (see letter from Sheriff's Office to Huckleberry, Pima County Administrator.)
Garcia is the chief Legal Defender of Pima County.
In my letter to Huckleberry six years ago I said: "...Isabel Garcia has acted to further the cause of the Mexican conquest of lands belonging the United States of America..."
Garcia's group is advocating the killing of U.S. officials who resist the Mexican invasion, and nothing is done.
And let us not forget that Pima county is represented in Congress by another Reconquista, Raul Grijalva.
Conditions now exist for "Mexican War II" to start in Pima County, Arizona, if it hasn't already.
|Salisbury (North Carolina) Post
E-Verify service draws praise and criticism
Ron Woodard sometimes advises people who suspect an employer is using [illegal aliens] to call the Internal Revenue Service. -- Most whistleblowers contact the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office through its tip line. But Woodard says ask the IRS to conduct an audit of the company...
|San Francisco Chronicle
Feds deny S.F. claims on juvenile cooperation
Federal authorities dispute assertions made by some current and former San Francisco officials that for more than a decade, immigration authorities went along with the city's practice of not turning over illegal [alien] juvenile offenders for possible deportation...
|Irish Independent -- Dublin
Cowen wants illegal Irish to leave the US
Taoiseach Brian Cowen believes the Irish [illegal aliens] in America should return to Ireland to apply for new visas, in their bid for legal status there. -- In a comprehensive interview with the Sunday Independent, former US congressman and long time advocate of the Irish immigrant lobby, Bruce Morrison, said...
|Providence (Rhode Island) Journal
High court upholds removal of two children from illegal alien
Rosalia Lopez-Navor entered the United States illegally from Mexico in 2003, bringing her two-year-old son and the old dream of generations of immigrants: starting a new life in America. -- She landed in Rhode Island, where her dream was shattered and chaos enveloped her life...
|Investor's Business Daily Editorial
600 U.S. Taliban?
After 9/11, Pakistan promised to close its radical madrassas as part of anti-terror reforms. Now we learn they're not only still open, but also recruiting and brainwashing American boys. -- All told, 600 American children are being indoctrinated into jihad in 22 madrassas across Pakistan....
|American Patrol Report
Unity - A blueprint for destroying America
Unity Blueprint for immigration reform claims it is endorsed by 95 separate organizations, including LULAC, the Southern Poverty Law Center and Rep. Kucinich. It calls for amnesty and open borders. "There is a growing insurgency that does not bode well for peace for the United States," said Glenn Spencer of American Patrol.
|Sunday Herald -- Glasgow, Scotland
Immigration still greatest challenge for McCain
Immigration the issue which almost killed John McCain's candidacy before it began, is threatening his US presidential ambitions again. The gulf between Republican rhetoric and Hispanic expectations has never been wider. Somehow, though, he must walk a wire between the two.
|Jim Kouri -- NewsWithViews.com
Judicial Watch sues feds on behalf of Ramos and Compean
Ignacio "Nacho" Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean, the two Border Patrol agents shamelessly prosecuted by the U.S. government for shooting and wounding a Mexican drug smuggler, Oswald Aldrete-Davila, on February 17, 2005, have not been forgotten by many Americans -- such as attorney's from Judicial Watch -- who are actively pursuing their release from captivity.
Poll: Calif. voters disapproval rating on Bush highest since 1961
President Bush's disapproval rating in California has reached the highest mark for a president since the Field Poll began tracking White House numbers in 1961, according to its latest survey released Friday. -- Less than a quarter of California voters 24 percent said they approve of Bush's job performance, compared with 71 percent who said they disapprove.
|Richmond (Virginia) Times-Dispatch
Wrongful death suit filed in fatal crash involving illegal alien
An illegal immigrant charged with killing two people in a South Richmond car crash now faces a $2.3 million wrongful-death suit filed by the family of one of the victims. -- The administrators of the estate of Kathryn L. Jones, who was fatally injured in the May 24 wreck, also has named as a defendant...
|Phil Valentine -- Nashville Tennessean
Illegal flow from Mexico worse than any gas price concerns
It seems like forever we've been consumed with the high gas prices. This run-up in energy costs has diverted our attention away from other pressing issues that need addressing, but we can't seem to take our eyes off the pump. -- Politicians are counting on that. U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., is quietly sponsoring a couple of bills in Congress... [that] would effectively move the border 30 miles to the north...
'Flood' of drugs from Mexico linked to area abductions
A recent increase in drug-related kidnappings in Gwinnett County has put a spotlight on drug violence in Georgia, federal agents say. -- About nine drug-related kidnappings have occurred in Gwinnett this year. The latest involved a man bound and chained in a basement in Lilburn whom federal agents rescued earlier this month.
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest news from south of the border
Ciudad Juarez has now had 28 public security personnel murdered so far this year. Four of these murders took place in the last eight days., the last one was (Friday) morning. -- Also in Juarez, four other persons were murdered, “organized crime style”, and one other was wounded, all within half an hour...
Gang members, illegal aliens arrested
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and local law enforcement officers arrested 45 gang members, gang associates and immigration violators during a six-day crackdown. -- The effort was part of an ongoing national ICE program called "Operation Community Shield."
Police: Suspects in San Marcos smuggling ring uncooperative
Four people accused of holding a group of immigrants hostage in Hays County are not cooperating with authorities, making the retrieval of a suspect who eluded police in Wednesday's sting unlikely, officials said. -- As police try to glean more information from the four people being held in the Hays County Jail on state kidnapping charges,