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Hoisted on Their Own Petard
SEIU Fights Cuts Caused by Their Actions

American Patrol Report -- August 2  

    The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) , long advocates for illegal aliens and amnesty, is suing the state of California to stop layoffs.
    A severe budget deficit caused in large part by the cost of illegal immigration is forcing the state to layoff thousands, including members of the SEIU.
    "These people are being hoisted on their own petard," said Glenn Spencer of the American Patrol Report. Spencer, who studied economics in college, said there is a reason economics is called the dismal science. "As I said in 1992, this was going to be the inevitable outcome of importing poverty into California." He said California now faces a dismal future because of "political terrorism" by the likes of the SEIU and the Los Angeles Times.
    Spencer pointed out that the SEIU is part of the AFL/CIO and its head, John Sweeny, is on Barack Obama's economic advisory board. "A vote for Obama is a vote to Californicate the rest of America." Spencer said.

Associated Press              sc   
US embassy warns of Mexico protests on Jose Medellin execution   
The U.S. embassy in Mexico is warning Americans of possible protests next week when a Mexican man is scheduled to be executed in Texas. -- In a public statement the embassy says it has received information that protests may occur next Tuesday, when Jose Medellin is scheduled to die. It urged Americans to avoid the protests. [Americans should avoid Mexico altogether] ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Greensboro (North Carolina) News-Record   
Ending illegal entry   
...Tough enforcement might seem heartless, but it is a necessary step toward ending the still-pervasive notion that it's OK to enter this country illegally. It isn't. It doesn't benefit any of us to have millions of people living here whose first act in the country was to break one of its laws. The lax attitude also isn't good for the lawbreakers... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Henry Lamb -- WorldNetDaily.com   
Hey, candidates: The Constitution matters!   
Hundreds of grass-roots leaders from across the country gathered in Dallas, Texas, last week to learn how to more effectively advance the principles of freedom in public policy at every level of government. Phyllis Schlafly, founder of Eagle Forum, explained how Congress has allowed federal judges to run amok... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Pasadena (Calif.) Star-News   
Mexican police officials arrested in West Covina in DEA raid   
Two men believed to be Mexican federal police officers were arrested along with two others Wednesday on suspicion of being part of a narcotics ring at a home in an unincorporated county area near West Covina, authorities said. -- Victor Manuel Jaurez, 36, and Carlos Cepano Filippini, 34, were taken into custody...

Walter Moore, Candidate For Mayor of Los Angeles    
Why you should run for L. A. City Council... and how you can win   
You say you want a revolution? -- Me, too. That's why I'm running for Mayor of L.A. I could do a lot of good for our city as its Mayor. -- But I could do even more if seven of you reading this newsletter get elected to the odd-numbered City Council District seats.. AP Internal Use Only

East Valley Tribune -- Phoenix   
Illegal alien cheerleaders call on bishops for more help   
Bishops leading the Phoenix and Tucson Catholic dioceses have been challenged by Somos America to speak out stronger for immigration reform issues and on behalf of migrants, many of whom they say are staying away from church services for fear of being arrested and deported... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson   
Agents find ton of pot on Tohono O'odham reservation   
Border Patrol agents discovered more than one ton of marijuana in an abandoned pickup truck Friday morning on the Tohono O’odham Reservation. -- At 1 a.m., agents patrolling near the village of Gunsite noticed suspicious car tracks, said a news release from the agency. They followed the tracks and found... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

San Diego Union-Tribune   
Smuggler blames Border Patrol for deadly accident    
A convicted [illegal alien] smuggler Friday blamed Border Patrol agents for causing a head-on crash that killed two people, but a judge said he was wrong and sentenced him to prison for 33 years to life. -- In a letter read in court by an interpreter, Daniel Cardiola Lopez said the June 2007 crash in rural East County was caused by agents who put a spiked strip in the roadway to stop him. ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Latest news from south of the border   
Mexico's Secretary of the Economy, Eduardo Sojo, asserted today that the Mexico-United States relationship cannot function correctly while the labor market is kept closed. In an interview with Notimex, he said that the most convenient thing for both countries at this time is to have an immigration reform "which would close the circle of integration." [More Mexican meddling]

WSMV-TV -- Nashville   
Insanity: Plant drops Labor Day holiday for Muslim holiday   
Some workers at a local plant will no longer to be able to take their Labor Day holiday because of religious reasons. -- Workers at the Tyson Foods poultry processing plant in Shelbyville will no longer have a paid day off on Labor Day but will instead be granted the Muslim holiday Eid al-Fitr... [Related video courtesy of 'Lone Wolf'] ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

American Border Patrol
Recent Operation Virtual Vigilance activity   
Here is a actual sample of the Virtual Vigilance Camera Operators Forum of July 30.  The video record shows that a total of about ten people were tracked by the volunteers who aided in the apprehension...

American Border Patrol    
Photo of the day
This photo was taken as ABP’s Border Hawk M landed at the Marine Naval Air Station at Yuma. The aircraft (number 12 on the starboard twin tail) is an F-18 belonging to Marine Fighter/Attack Squadron 314 (VMFA-314)...

United Press International   
Tijuana AIDS crisis threatens U.S.   
Tijuana, BC, Mex. -- Tijuana is a chaotic Mexican border city of 1.5 million people and seen as a direct threat to the United States through its AIDS crisis, officials say. -- When Mexican President Felipe Calderon opens the 17th International AIDS Conference in Mexico City on Sunday, he can boast that his country has one of the lowest HIV rates in the Americas. ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

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