Tuesday, October 14, 2008
|Contra Costa Times -- Walnut Creek, Calif. sc
San Francisco judge rejects challenge to city ID card plan
A judge today effectively dismissed an immigration group's legal attack on a program that would give San Franciscans with city ID cards, rejecting the claim that the program conflicts with federal law. -- The San Francisco Municipal ID Card, which would provide city residents, including [illegal aliens]...
|Henry Makow, Ph. D. -- Rense.com
Illuminati bankers Seek 'revolution' by economic means
The Illuminati bankers had us where they wanted last Friday. Everyone was in a panic, dumping anything of real value -- gold, real estate, oil -- and rushing into US dollars, a medium of exchange created by the Illuminati bankers out of nothing with the help of their government lackeys...
|American Patrol Report
Fence workers verbally assaulted, threatened
According to a reliable source workers erecting the new border fence near Calexico, Calif. have been verbally assaulted and threatened by people on the Mexican side of the border. It has been reported that Mexican Federales have arrested some suspects. Workers have now been issued flack jackets and the Border Patrol providing security are sporting machine guns.
|Stanley Kurtz -- Family Security Matters
How ACORN and Its Dem allies built the mortgage disaster
To discover the roots of to day's economic crisis, consider a tale from 1995. -- That March, House Speaker Newt Gingrich was scheduled to address a meeting of county commissioners at the Washington Hilton. But, first, some 500 protesters from the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) poured into the ballroom...
|U. S. Senator John Cornyn
Sen. Cornyn seeks nationwide criminal probe of ACORN
In the wake of numerous reports of widespread election fraud by the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, sent a letter today to U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey requesting that the DOJ immediately launch...
|Las Vegas Review - Journal
287(g): 'Rights leaders' raise profiling issue
Civil rights leaders worry that a new agreement between immigration officials and Las Vegas police could lead to racial profiling and make people afraid to report crimes. -- The agreement between the Metropolitan Police Department and ICE allows some officers at the Clark County Detention Center...
|Beckley (West Virginia) Register-Herald
W. Va. lawmakers crack down on illegal aliens
Alarmed by felony crimes committed in Pennsylvania at the hands of aliens, West Virginia lawmakers stepped up their efforts Monday to crack down on the “invasion” of foreigners illegally taking up residence in this state. -- Boosting their legislative reform mission at a rally was Daryl Metcalfe...
|Devvy Kidd -- NewsWithViews.com
Presidential Election: One giant fraud
My last column on hold your nose and vote brought a ton of email. Americans are clearly going ballistic over McCain and Obama being their 'only choices'. Some people sent mail accusing me of trying to get Obama elected by promoting a write in effort for Ron Paul, i.e.,: "Devvy, you write a good argument against McCain and Obama but your answer to vote for a write in does not cut it."
|Joe Guzzardi -- VDare.com
Our friend Michael Chertoff?
In the unlikely event that you missed it, ICE, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement division of the DHS, is on quite a roll. -- Since October 1st, the following raids and arrests have been made: In California, a month long sweep ended in the arrests of 1,157 aliens from 34 different countries...
|Rocky Mountain News -- Denver
State Rep. King wants immigration law audited
State Rep. Steve King wants a legislative audit to determine whether Colorado governments are complying with a 2006 bill prohibiting so-called sanctuary policies toward illegal [aliens]. -- King, a Grand Junction Republican, said he suspects it's not being enforced...
|Glenn Spencer -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Georgia
Ignoring the invasion
Last week American Border Patrol held a press conference in Tucson to expose government lies about the border. For the first time in fifteen years of holding press conferences, Glenn Spencer reported that no one showed up. He even got an e-mail from a TV reporter who said he had asked his station to cover the story and expressed surprise when they didn't....
|Clarion Ledger -- Jackson, Mississippi
3 accused of selling fake immigration papers
Three Biloxi residents are held under suspicion of conspiring to forge and sell fraudulent immigration documents. -- U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert Walker has ordered Norberto Sanchez, Cornelio Sanchez and Evelia Cabrera-Vasquez held for federal marshals pending a court appearance Tuesday.
ACORN to McCain: Have you lost that loving feeling?
John McCain's recent attacks on the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), are puzzling given his historic support for the organization and its efforts on behalf of immigrant Americans. As recently as February 20, 2006, Senator McCain was the keynote speaker at an ACORN-sponsored immigration rally in Miami, Florida at Miami Dade College... [Related column]
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Mexico: Past three days most violent period this year
From last Thursday evening to Sunday evening, Mexico had its most violent period so far this year. There were 84 execution-style murders reported from nine areas in the country. Once again, the state of Chihuahua led the tally with 11 murders...
|Gwinnett Daily Post -- Lawrenceville, Georgia sc
Protest over business license practice planned
Less than a month after praising county officials for finally complying with a law to check the immigration status of people applying for business licenses, an anti-illegal immigration advocate now says the county is skirting the issue. -- D.A. King of the Dustin Inman Society said he was astounded to learn...
|Patrick J. Buchanan -- VDare.com
Liquidating the empire
"Liquidate labor, liquidate stocks, liquidate the farmers." -- So Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon advised Herbert Hoover in the Great Crash of '29. -- Hoover did. And the nation liquidated him -- and the Republicans. -- In the Crash of 2008, 40 percent of stock value has vanished, almost $9 trillion...
||American Border Patrol
Border fence blown down
8:30 am PDT -- American Border Patrol just received a phone tip that 2.5 miles of new border fence west of Yuma was blown over by high winds last night. -- Earlier we reported troubles with new desert fencing southeast of Yuma [see this photo].
Illegal alien says her deportation will cost taxpayers
Federal immigration officials want to kick Lucila Huerta out of the country. Doing so, her attorneys say, might prove costly for taxpayers. -- Huerta, an illegal [alien], is providing round-the-clock care for her husband, Guadalupe Huerta, a U.S. citizen living in Madera...
||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...
|Rocky Mountain News -- Denver
Legislator wants audit to see if immigration law is being enforced
State Rep. Steve King, R-Grand Junction, is asking for a legislative audit of a bill passed in 2006 that prohibits government entities in Colorado from adopting or allowing so-called sanctuary policies toward illegal [aliens]. -- King, who wrote an official letter requesting the audit, said...
||Freedom Folks -- Chicago
Latest V-burst from Blogs 4 Borders
Our weekly vlog/podcast on illegal immigration and border security. In this weeks edition... The subprime meltdown: a basic issue of fairness? -- You do the math: California calls for $7 billion bailout, where’d the money go?
|Badger Herald -- University of Wisconsin
Activists rally for illegal alien "rights"
...A Mariachi band, a hip-hop group, poets, protesters and speakers gathered at the first annual celebration of Indigenous People’s Day to express unity, protest deportations and express disapproval of Dane County Sheriff Dave Mahoney’s policies...