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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

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American Patrol Report-- November 18 
Uncle Sam Needs You Like Never Before

     Stories are popping up all over the Internet about open borders groups marshalling their troops to march for amnesty.
Many are worried that, energized by the election of radical leftist Barack Obama, these groups will push amnesty through Congress and into law. Not so fast. The lame duck Congress is focusing on saving the economy and halting plummeting employment and it will not flood the job market with up to 20 million new legal workers.
    The earliest the amnesty issue could reach Congress is February, and probably much later. We have time to organize the opposition, but organize we must. For obvious reasons we are going to have to use the Internet and talk radio to do the job.
    Grassfire.org is organizing one million "resistors." We support this and urge everyone to log on.
    It is also time to open our wallets and support groups like Numbers USA, Californians for Population Stabilization, and the Federation for American Immigration Reform.
   American Border Patrol has ambitious plans to get the truth about the border to the American People before Obama is sworn in as President and needs your help to do it.
     There are many other groups that deserve your support as well.

Jim Kouri, CPP -- Family Security Matters        sc  
The big lie about immigration law enforcement   
How many times have we heard mayors and governors, when faced with complaints regarding illegal aliens, claim that their police officers aren't authorized or trained to enforce immigration laws? Too many times, if you ask me. Either these government leaders are too ignorant to hold office or they're out-and-out lying to the American people.

John Armor -- Family Security Matters   
The Barack Obama-King George connection   
Barack Obama seems poised, based on his associates and his appointments to date, to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine for American radio programming. If he does that administratively through his naming of a new Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, he’ll be taking a page out of King George III’s book of policies toward the American colonists.

San Antonio Express-News   
Perry outraged that criminal illegals aren't being deported   
Gov. Rick Perry demanded Tuesday that the federal government take steps to help state and local officials ensure that unauthorized immigrants who commit crimes in Texas remain in custody until they are deported. -- In a strongly worded letter to Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, Perry said...

Alec Bruce -- Times & Transcript -- Moncton, New Brunswick   
A new world order rising?   
As the world continues to careen down the financial rabbit hole, three of Wall Street's fattest bunnies -- Lloyd Blanffein, Jon Winkelried and Gary Cohn of Goldman Sachs -- have volunteered to cut their pay packages this year to a mere $600,000 apiece....

Gaston Gazette -- Gastonia, North Carolina  
Another suspected invader jailed on ID theft charges   
Immigration officials have placed a hold on a 31-year-old Hispanic woman who allegedly stole a Minneapolis woman's identity in order to obtain employment at Pharr Yarns in McAdenville. -- Cramerton Police arrested Maria Griselda Velazquez Ramirez on Monday, charging her with identity theft...

Associated Press   
Fence slows attacks on BP agents; Mexicans, Reconquistas whine   
The Border Patrol has installed razor-sharp, curled wire atop a fence on the Mexican border, saying it has contributed to a sharp drop in attacks on its agents by assailants hurling rocks, bottles and bricks. -- The barbed wire on a violent, 5-mile stretch separating San Diego from Tijuana, Mexico, resembles a prison fence...

Associated Press   
ICE official confirms raid in Vinton, Toledo   
Immigration agents are investigating two Chinese restaurants in eastern Iowa. -- Tim Counts, a spokesman for ICE, says restaurants in Vinton and Toledo were being investigated on Tuesday. -- Both restaurants are called the Peony Chinese Restaurant...

Dallas Morning News    
Gangs say they'll hurt kids to get teachers' holiday bonuses   
Elementary school teachers are the latest victims of an exploding extortion racket in the border city of Ciudad Juárez, as criminal gangs threaten educators to either hand over their coming Christmas bonuses or see harm done to their families or students, teachers' groups say...

Houston Chronicle   
Cardinal calls for broad-based amnesty scheme   
In arguments rich in biblical allusion, church and social activists Monday took aim at the nation's immigration policies — laws they contended split families, criminalize undocumented workers and undercut America's reverential self-image as a land of opportunity. -- "There are 200 million migrants," Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of the Catholic Archdiocese...

Austin American-Statesman        sc
Special driver's license for noncitizens raises concerns   
To get to her job [which she isn't entitled to] cleaning other people's houses, Maria depends on her car. Without it, the native of Monterrey, Nuevo León, says she would be hard-pressed to keep a job. Without the job, she would not be able to provide for her family or help pay her daughter's tuition...

Associated Press   
Grenades explode outside Mexican daily's offices   
Culiacan, Sin., Mex. -- A Mexican newspaper's offices have been damaged by two grenades in the violence-plagued city of Culiacan in northwestern Mexico. -- The director of El Debate de Culiacan says his newspaper won't be deterred from coverage of drug cartels because of the pre-dawn attack Monday...

East Valley Tribune -- Phoenix   
Illegal alien suspect pleaded guilty to drunken driving in '07   
A man jailed on suspicion of killing a Highland High School band member in a crash Saturday gave Tempe police no reason to believe he was an illegal immigrant when he was stopped on suspicion of drunken driving almost two years ago...

Ilana Mercer -- VDare.com   
Why aren't the H1-B hogs satisfied with the O-1 "Extraordinary Ability" visa?   
When open-border enthusiasts discover that I’m both an immigrant (from South Africa, via Canada) and an immigration restrictionist, they often order me to go back whence I came, mouthing the mantra about "a nation of immigrants...."

Janet Porter -- WorldNetDaily.com  
One last chance to fight for our Constitution   
Former Deputy Attorney General Philip Berg filed a lawsuit addressing the citizenship status of Barack Obama before the Democratic National Convention and copied Democratic Chairman Howard Dean. It should have alerted them that there was a possible problem before they selected their nominee. But that problem was ignored...

Pat Buchanan -- VDare.com  
As GM goes, so does the GOP   
Understandably, Republicans are seething. -- When Hank Paulson demanded $700 billion to haul away the trash in the dumpsters of JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs— assuring us we could hold a garage sale of the junk—they rebelled. They acted as the nation, by 100 to one, demanded. They killed the Wall Street bailout...

Rocky Mountain News    
Governor's panel on illegals urges more training, tougher laws    
A working group tasked with examining gaps in the state's immigration enforcement has begun to identify specific recommendations for the governor after nearly a month of educational meetings. -- The recommendations discussed Monday include training more state and local officers to enforce immigration law...

El Paso Times   
Report says El Paso is heavy human trafficking area   
Austin -- A beautiful woman raped repeatedly and beaten beyond recognition. -- A 14-year-old boy enslaved with little food, forced to do chores all day and sleep outside in the middle of winter. -- A maid never paid a penny for 15 years of housework...

Three unanswered questions....   
Was Barack Obama born in Kenya? Is he really a citizen of Indonesia? Does the Constitution still matter? -- This full-page ad appeared today in the Washington Times National Weekly (Monday November 17th edition) It will hit subscribers' mailboxes on Tuesday....

McAllen (Texas) Monitor  
Feds find illegal aliens in Wal-Mart truck   
A Wal-Mart truck driver will face federal charges for allegedly trying to sneak illegal [aliens] into the country in a company tractor-trailer. -- U.S. ICE agents arrested Alejandro Hernandez, 50, after finding four Mexican nationals locked in the back of his 18-wheeler, according to court filings obtained Monday...

Victoria (Texas) Advocate   
Four illegals detained in Cuero   
Four [illegal aliens] were detained Monday morning following a traffic stop that began on U.S. Highway 183 north of the city limits. -- "Two trucks pulled out in front of me and I tried to stop them for speeding," said John Oglesby, DeWitt County Sheriff's Office chief deputy...

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... AP Internal Use Only

Paul Craig Roberts -- VDare.com   
America's moronic Iraq policy means more Muslim immigration   
According to all accounts the US faces its worse economic crisis since the Great Depression with $2 trillion in near-term financing needs for bailouts and economic stimulus. This is an enormous sum for any country, especially for one that is so heavily indebted that it is close to bankruptcy...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Meddling Mexicans to lobby for stopping raids on their job thieves in the U. S.    
The work of forming a National Coalition for Immigration Reform will begin tomorrow (Monday) in the US, according to counselors of the Institute of Mexicans Abroad (IME). According to the agreement made during a meeting of the IME last week, the coalition will initiate a campaign to demand a stop to "anti-immigrant raids" in the US. [More Mexican meddling]

Grand Junction (Colorado) Sentinel   
Auditors will review state immigration law   
State auditors will review whether state and local law enforcement agencies are complying with a 2006 state law requiring them to alert federal agencies when they suspect someone might be an illegal [alien], according to state Rep. Steve King, R-Grand Junction...

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson  
Border Patrol finds 1,500 pounds of pot southwest of Tucson   
U.S. Border Patrol agents discovered more than 1,500 pounds in an abandoned vehicle Sunday on the Tohono O'odham Reservation. -- At about 10 a.m., a Reservation resident called the Border Patrol to report a suspicious beige pickup truck near the village of Gu Vo...

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