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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Glenn Spencer on TV Tonight
Before and After the Presidential Debate -- Video Watch Live

Create 10 Million Jobs: Hire Only Legal Workers
McCain Can Win If He Wants To

American Patrol Report -- October 15  
Which Will It Be Senator?

    John McCain has a chance to hit it out of the park tonight. All he has to do is say, "In light of the current economic situation and the likelihood of much greater unemployment in the immediate future, I can no longer support a guest worker program and, as President, I would make sure that our immigration laws are enforced and that only legal workers are employed in America." That would do it. If that were to happen a collective cheer would ring out across the nation. Millions of Americans facing a bleak future would see glimmer of hope and rise to support a man who supports them.
Obama would be caught flat-footed. Barack Hussein Obama has built his career joined at the hip with open-borders radical leftists. He would have to try to defend the rights of illegal aliens and, as he did, his hope of occupying the White House would evaporate.
    So there you have it. John McCain can stand up for the rule of law and for Americans and become the next President of the United States, or he can dodge the issue, leaving millions to face unemployment and relegating his place in history as an also-ran.
    Which will it be Senator McCain?
Red DotRelated link: We could pay them to leave -- Spain tries to buy out immigrants

Vail (Colorado) Daily             sc
Illegal aliens busted following brawl at baby shower   
Police have arrested four men they say got into a bloody brawl after attending a baby shower last week in Edwards, Colorado. -- Ramon Montes Jaquez, 29, of Avon, and Manuel Gonzalez Esparza, 30, of Minturn, were charged with second degree assault — a class four felony... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Rocky Mountain News -- Denver   
Illegals focus of Jeffco campaign   
Kevin McCasky's Democratic rival says the Republican Jefferson County Commissioner hired [illegal aliens] to pass out campaign fliers. -- Mike Siletti, spokesman for McCasky, said the campaign did not knowingly hire illegal [aliens]. ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

The Two Malcontents  
Basham: Mexican Army did it deliberately...   
The nation’s border czar has concluded that Mexican soldiers who held a U.S. Border Patrol agent at gunpoint in August did so after bypassing a barbed-wire fence and other clearly visible barriers to cross into the United States, contradicting claims by the State Department and the Mexican government that the soldiers were simply lost... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Pomona impounds 140 vehicles at checkpoint   
Pomona -- The police department conducted a traffic safety checkpoint in the area of Garey and Lexington Avenues during the weekend. -- From 6 p.m. Saturday to 1:30 a.m. Sunday, police screened about 3,667 vehicles. They impounded about 140 vehicles for people driving without a license or a suspended license... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

One News Now       sc
Debates mum on immigration so far   
...So far, the issue of illegal immigration has not been addressed in either of the first two presidential debates or the vice-presidential matchup. Rick Oltman, the national spokesman for Californians for Population Stabilization, hopes the third presidential debate will be the charm... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Los Angeles Times   
Mexico grapples with drug addiction   
Huitzila, HG, Mex. -- When the dope thugs beat him with a pistol, Rodrigo Sonck decided enough was enough. -- He cleaned the gashes on his face and went to his father to plead for help: The cocaine life was killing him. -- A month and a half later, Sonck was cloistered in a treatment clinic in the central state of Hidalgo...~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Associated Press   
Border Patrol nabbing more illegals, farmers miffed   
Expanded U.S. Border Patrol operations in Washington state have created friction between the agency and a farmers organization, underscoring the debate over immigration versus the labor needs of the state's agricultural industry. -- The Washington Farm Bureau, which represents thousands of farmers across the state... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Associated Press   
Americans are too afraid to visit bloody Juarez   
El Paso -- Mexican officials are trying to persuade Americans to visit Ciudad Juarez, touting the city in a new billboard campaign as a "land of encounters." But on this side of the border, that sounds like a cruel joke. -- More than 1,100 people have been killed this year in Juarez, population 1.5 million...

Mark Andrew Dwyer  
Gov't. sponsored speculation and the housing market crash   
This commentary identifies the root causes of the present financial meltdown. It points out the main culprits of the housing market collapse and the downfall of the stock market that followed it: the "affirmative action" in mortgage lending policies that were imposed by some neosocialist-liberal "do-gooders"...

KCBS -- San Francisco   Audio Report Included  
Judge: S. F. can issue ID cards to illegal aliens   
..."Why in the world would a city want to assist illegal aliens with identity cards except for the fact that they want to continue to violate federal law," said Rick Oltman with Californians for Population Stabilization. He said the city is thumbing its nose at federal immigration laws... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Red tape releases criminal immigrants to streets   
A federal report estimates 139,000 foreign nationals – 18,000 of them convicted criminals – who have been ordered deported remain in the U.S. because their home nations won't take them back. -- The estimate from ICE officials was provided to Rep. Charlie Dent, R-Pa., who told the Houston Chronicle...

Walter Moore, Candidate For Mayor of Los Angeles     
Now that was a rally!    
Let's start with how many people came. I booked a room set up to seat 300. Those chairs filled up rapidly, so the people at the Marriott -- who are wonderful, by the way -- brought in more chairs, every one of which supporters filled. But even that wasn't enough... AP Internal Use Only

Seattle Times 
Death-by-abuse conviction upheld   
Yakima, Wash. -- The Washington state Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld a homicide-by-abuse conviction for an [illegal alien from Mexico] convicted of killing her 25-month-old son, a case that led to a review of how the state handles foster children... [More 'family values' that should have stopped at the Rio Bravo] ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Tucson Citizen  
Feds issue warning about travel to Nogales, Sonora   
Nogales, Son., has been named in a U.S. State Department travel alert prompted by an escalating drug war in Mexico. --The border city has been the scene of daylight gun battles in public places such as shopping centers, and criminals have targeted U.S. citizens traveling between Nogales and Hermosillo along Route 15, the alert states... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

White Plains (New York) Journal News   
Police: Man who assaulted Mt. Kisco cop had been deported twice   
A Brewster man arrested last week for allegedly assaulting a police officer had been kicked out of the country twice, police said today. -- William Martinez, 34, of 50 Main St., was arrested several times by state and federal authorities before his arrest Wednesday in downtown Mount Kisco, police Chief Steven Anderson said... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Kyle-Anne Shiver -- The American Thinker  
Obama's Radical Revolution: Its Alinsky root and global vision   
"Radicalism is a cause whose utopian agendas result in an ethic where the ends outweigh and ultimately justify any means. Like the Salvationist agendas of jihad, the Left's apocalyptic goal of ‘social justice' is the equivalent of an earthly redemption. A planet saved, a world without poverty, racism..." ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
US confirms illegal Mexican military incursion   
Although from US news sources, the headline read: “US confirms illegal Mexican military incursion.” The article was in regards to a Washington Times story in which the Commissioner of US Customs and Border Protection successfully refuted the arguments of the Department of State and the Mexican government that...

Michelle Obama calls Corsi 'evil'   
Michelle Obama placed a surprise call to an African news agency to protest its coverage of WND investigative stories about her husband – characterizing the source of the material as "racist" and Jerome Corsi as "evil." -- The call was placed to African Press International, according to a report in the publication today... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Glenn Spencer -- American Border Patrol
As I See It: Basham's bullsh*t
According to the Houston Chronicle, W. Ralph Basham, head of the border protection agency, told Congress last month that construction of all 670 miles of the fence would be completed or under contract by the end of December...

Washington Times Editorial   
Illegals -- the elephant in the room   
When John McCain and Barack Obama debate tonight, there will be plenty of discussion about the economy and competing plans for large-scale government intervention to “solve” the financial crisis. The candidates will also be asked to weigh in on the Bush administration's plan to spend $250 billion... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Rocky Mountain News -- Denver   
Immigration-reform topic heats up debate   
Comprehensive immigration reform, a point of agreement between Republican incumbent Marilyn Musgrave and Democratic challenger Betsy Markey, became the ignition source of a fiery exchange during their second debate Monday... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

All Headline News   
Illegal alien busted for selling fake designer goods   
Police arrested a West African man in the country illegally on suspicion of selling counterfeit goods at the Arkansas State Fair. --- Boukare Ouiya was placed on immigration hold after being arrested for allegedly selling counterfeit Louis Vuitton, Coach, and Dolce & Gabbana purses and wallets and Nike shoes as the real thing at his booth at the fair...~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Business Wire   
Braceros win access to payroll savings   
The law firm of Hughes Socol Piers Resnick & Dym, Ltd. of Chicago, IL. today announced thousands of Mexican farm and railroad laborers may soon be collecting monies withheld from their paychecks for work they performed in the United States of America during World War II as a result of a settlement of a class action lawsuit...

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