Thursday, October 2, 2008
|In-Forum -- Fargo, North Dakota sc
Rape suspect turns out to be one of Bush's 'willing workers'
An 18-year-old man who is in the country illegally is accused of raping a 24-year-old woman with the help of another man, according to Cass County District Court documents. -- Jesus Pounce-Reyes made an initial appearance Monday on a Class AA felony charge of gross sexual imposition... [More "family values"]
|San Fernando Valley (Calif.) Sun
Increase in immigration law enforcement bewailed
On Sunday September 14, while eating a piece of fruit with powdered chili in his car, a police officer arrested Alfredo Ybarra thinking the man had been snoring cocaine while cleaning his nose from the effects of the spice. -- The detention would prove costly for the 47-year-old Mexican [illegal alien] from the state of Nayarit...
|Raleigh News & Observer
Man gets jail time for threatening 'Tan Klan'
A Raleigh man who made graphic threats against national Hispanic and Islamic advocacy organizations will serve 45 days in federal prison. -- Christopher Michael Szaz, 42, also must perform 100 hours of community service with an Islamic or Hispanic group...
Challengers to sanctions law ask court to reconsider
Phoenix -- A federal appeals court that upheld Arizona's employer sanctions law is being asked by groups challenging the law to consider the case again. -- Jonathan Weissglass, an attorney seeking to overturn the law on behalf of civil rights and business groups, says the challengers have asked a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider their arguments...
|Fort Mills (South Carolina) Times
Previously deported Mexican gets 4 years
Atlanta -- A Mexican previously deported after being convicted of selling heroin and cocaine has been sentenced to three years and 20 months in federal prison for illegal re-entry. -- The U.S. Attorney's Office says 49-year-old Alejandro Maldonado of Guerrero, Mexico, was sentenced Wednesday by U.S. District Judge J. Owen Forrester...
|KFYI -- Phoenix
Study: 22% of felonies perpetrated by illegals
A new study from the Maricopa County Attorney is showing that illegal [aliens] are responsible for a disproportionate amount of crime. -- Data used in the report wasn't gathered until the passage of Prop 100 two years-ago. -- The voter-approved law denies bail to those in the country illegally accused of a class 4 felony or above... [Related item from KTAR]
|Riverside (Calif.) Press-Enterprise
Guns move south via Inland gangs
Illegal guns being funneled into Mexico through Inland Southern California are arming a violent drug war that could weaken the Mexican government, a top federal official said. -- Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Acting Director Michael Sullivan announced at the bureau's Southern California office in Glendale last week...
|Arizona Republic -- Phoenix
Foes call illegal-hiring measure a sham
A day after a poll showed a new employer-sanctions proposal passing handily, some of the state's staunchest foes of illegal immigration called the ballot measure a sham. -- "Proposition 202 is a fraud on the voters," said Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas. "In fact, it would enable illegal hiring."
Gunmen in crime-bloated Mexico steal 5 planes
Police in Mexico say 20 heavily armed men have stolen five small planes that the army seized in anti-drug operations. -- The federal Attorney General's office said in a statement Tuesday that the gunmen tied up a local police officer who was guarding the aircraft in the Pacific Coast state of Sinaloa...
|San Francisco Chronicle
Illegal immigration dropping, study says
Illegal immigration has slowed in the past three years and legal permanent residents in the United States now outnumber [illegal aliens], according to a report released today by a Washington think tank. -- There were approximately 11.9 million [illegal aliens] living in the United States as of March [a number only a fool would believe]...
|Cliff Kincaid -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto sc
CNBC urges "ways around congress" in Bush/Paulson scheme
Meeting in New York on the occasion of the 63rd session of the U.N. General Assembly, members of the Socialist International (SI) called for the establishment of a World Financial Organization to provide “global stability” and regulate the financial systems of the nations of the world. This will be the inevitable result... [ Read the bailout scheme]
||John Birch Society
Tell your Rep. to vote NO on the bailout scheme! Period!
Use this Capwiz alert to e-mail your U. S. Representative. The Bush/Paulson scheme will be coming up for a vote in the House on October 3. Be sure to watch the Wolf Blitzer- Ron Paul video (see the link in the alert)..
|Paul Craig Roberts -- VDare.com
Can a bailout succeed?
For the first time in recent memory Congress listened to the American people and blocked Paulson’s bailout of his rich buddies by US taxpayers. The same Congress that refuses the public’s demand that the Bush regime be held accountable and its gratuitous wars halted refused to hand over $700 billion...
Money sent home by Mexicans in US drops 12 percent
Mexicans living in the U.S. sent home 12 percent less money in August, the largest drop on record since the Bank of Mexico began tracking remittances 12 years ago, the central bank reported on Wednesday. -- After years of record gains, remittances have dropped across Latin America...
|Chuck Baldwin -- News With Views sc
U. S. Army to serve as U. S. policemen?
According to the Army Times (dated Tuesday, September 30, 2008), "Beginning Oct. 1 for 12 months, the 1st BCT [Brigade Combat Team] will be under the day-to-day control of U.S. Army North, the Army service component of Northern Command, as an on-call federal response force for natural or manmade emergencies and disasters, including terrorist attacks."
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest news from south of the border
The State of Chihuahua’s Dep’t. of Justice has detained only 91 murderers this year, while there have been more than 1,100 homicides. That is, on average, one murderer is arrested for every 12.08 murder victims. -- Up to September 18th of this year, only 18 murder cases had reached a judge out of the 839 recorded up to that date, that is, two out of one hundred.
|Sussex Countian -- Georgetown, Delaware
ICE arrests 78 illegals in week-long two state sweep
U.S. ICE announced Tuesday that its local fugitive operations teams arrested a total of 78 illegal aliens during a week long operation in Pennsylvania and Delaware. -- ICE officers arrested 43 fugitives, which included 13 with criminal records. During the operation an additional 35 immigration violators were arrested, 13 with criminal histories.
|KABC-AM -- Los Angeles
Lou Dobbs discusses the Bush/Paulson shakedown with Doug McIntyre
CNN's Lou Dobbs was on KABC radio, Los Angeles, with Doug McIntyre shortly after 7 AM PDT today. Lou describes the Bush/Paulson shakedown as a sort of traveling circus, among other things. He calls the scheme shameless and disgusting. Dobbs further says that McCain and Obama are no better than the menace currently in the White House. Click here to listen to some follow-up calls. Thanks to 'Lone Wolf' for the audio clips. [ Read the bailout scheme]
|Allan Wall -- VDare.com
John McCain -- Univision's choice for president
The Spanish-language Univision network is a major force in the Hispanicization of the United States. Headquartered in New York City, but operated out of Miami, Univision is now America’s fifth-largest network. -- I have written about Jorge Ramos -- Univision’s arrogant anchorman -- before: Jorge Ramos’ (Uni)Vision for U.S. Ramos, a blond-haired, blue-eyed Mexican, is not even a U.S. citizen....
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto
Voter fraud by illegals ignored by government, media
A recent study released by the conservative think-tank the Heritage Foundation provides proof that illegal aliens and immigrants with green cards are committing rampant voter fraud in the United States. -- Reports of ineligible persons registering to vote have raised concerns about state processes for verifying voter registration lists...
Illegal alien arrests plunge along Southwest border
Arrests of illegal [aliens] have plummeted in parts of Texas and along most of the Southwest border, where government agents in one Arizona sector have detained 78 percent fewer border crossers than last year. -- So far this fiscal year, apprehensions are down in all but two of the nine U.S. Border Patrol sectors on the U.S.-Mexico border...