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Monday, January 19, 2009

An Unapologetic Conference on a Major Issue
Should Western Civilization Be Preserved?

American Patrol Report -- January 19

Preserving Western Civilization -- February 6, 7, and 8
Chairman – Dr. Michael H. Hart, lawyer and physicist

    We believe that America's Judeo-Christian heritage and European identity must be defended. Today, our glorious Western civilization is under assault from many directions.
    Three such threats will be discussed at this conference. First, the massive influx to the United States and Europe of Third-World immigrants who do not share our fundamental political and cultural values.
    Second, the threat from Islam, a militant ideology that is hostile to our society and, in principle, committed to destroying it.
    Third, because of the persistent disappointing performance of blacks (which many whites mistakenly blame on themselves) many whites have guilt feelings that undermine Western morale and deter us from dealing sensibly with the other threats.
Red DotAmerican Patrol Comment: Most Third-World migrants haven't a clue as to what it is we are trying to preserve. Should western civilization be sacrificed out of fear of being called a name? Peter Brimelow is one of the speakers.

Irish Times -- Dublin          sc    
Irish government puts the bite on B. Hussein Obama   
An Irish MEP has written to US President-elect Barack Obama to highlight that up to 50,000 [illegal aliens from Ireland] living in the US need his "political assistance now more than ever." -- Seán Ó Neachtain, Fianna Fáil MEP for Ireland North and West, urged Mr. Obama to consider introducing measures to... [More meddling by foreigners]

OC Weekly -- Santa Ana, Calif.  
Rohrabacher's 'prayers answered' with Bush's clemency for jailed border agents   
On the dark side for fans of equal justice, President Bush granted an 11th hour clemency for two ex-federal border agents who shot an unarmed Mexican drug dealer, destroyed evidence, covered up a crime scene and filed false reports about what happened...

San Francisco Chronicle  
Voters may be asked to end state budget impasse   
If Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger calls a special election this year, California voters might be forced to make the hard choices on the budget and taxes that the Legislature won't. State Controller John Chiang said in an interview that he would support putting a tax increase package... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

Californians for Population Stabilization     
House passes healthcare bill that includes illegal aliens   
The House of Representatives has passed an expanded version of the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), and made it easier for illegal aliens to access the program's benefits... [Watch 1.15.09 CNN Lou Dobbs segment on this issue]

Tucson Citizen       sc       
Illegal alien smuggler may be deported to China   
A California man who was born in Hong Kong may be deported for his role in an interstate human smuggling scheme. -- U.S. District Judge Frank R. Zapata sentenced Tim Way "Keith" Tom, 47, on Monday to time served, which was 14 days in custody, and deportation for providing cars used to smuggle Mexicans into California through Arizona...

Barbara Simpson -- WorldNetDaily.com    
Selling out our country to illegals   
San Francisco politicians have no connection to reality. -- In the midst of huge financial struggles for the city, the Board of Supervisors began issuing municipal identification cards last week to anyone who provides an ID and a utility bill with a local address or evidence of a child in local public schools...

Betsy Ross -- OpEdNews -- Newtown, Pennsylvania   
Bush's Last 100 Days: How much more damage can this administration do?   
It is a well known fact that the most egregious violations of our U.S. Constitution normally occurs by an outgoing Administration in the last 100 days in office. Here are three such recent events that occurred in the final days of the Bush Administration which appears will continue well after January 20, 2009...

New York Times  
Immigration tops Latinos' wish list at D.C. meeting   
A new president takes office on Tuesday. It is time to ask for favors, to settle debts accrued during the campaign season. -- Latinos, who make up 9 percent of the national electorate, lent their support overwhelmingly to President-elect Barack Obama, voting for him at a rate of 2 to 1 over his Republican rival, Senator John McCain...

Los Angeles Times    
Smuggler's Gulch cut off at the pass as fencing project transforms region   
San Diego -- Smuggler's Gulch lived up to its infamous name. -- For a century, the narrow canyon leading into California from Mexico provided cover for cattle thieves and opium dealers, bandits, and booze runners. More recently, it has hidden thousands of illegal immigrants on their journey north, sealing its place in border lore...

Hampton Roads Virginian-Pilot   
Prosecutors tie illegal workers to international crime syndicate   
The 22 suspects charged in a widespread immigration fraud conspiracy case are linked to an organized crime ring that has tentacles throughout Eastern Europe and Russia and across the United States, prosecutors said this week. -- "The organization has not been totally dismantled," Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph E. DePadilla told a magistrate judge...

Dave Gibson -- American Chronicle  
Have the citizens of Juarez and El Paso finally had enough?   
Fed up with the crushing violence which has transformed the city of Juarez into a free-fire zone, a group of residents calling themselves the Juárez Citizens Command, has sent out a press release vowing to kill one criminal every day, until order is restored. The CCJ claims to be a group of businessmen, frustrated over...

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson  
Immigration takes back seat to big issues    
Don't count on immigration overhaul reaching the Senate floor anytime soon. -- With an economy in a shambles and a host of pressing foreign-policy challenges, analysts predict the once-hot topic will have to wait in line for attention...

Associated Press  
Bush commutes Ramos and Compean's sentences   
President George W. Bush has commuted the prison sentences of two former Border Patrol guards whose convictions for shooting a Mexican drug dealer ignited debate about illegal immigration. -- Bush's act of clemency on Monday for Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean was a victory for Democratic and Republican members of Congress and others... [Related item] [Fox News report]

News 14 Carolina   
Immigration and Customs officials train North Carolina police   
More than 100 state and local officers from police departments across the state spent three days training in Charlotte to combat the smuggling of cash, drugs, weapons and people. -- Officials said most of the smuggling coming into the Carolinas is from Mexico and normally drug related...

Associated Press   
Agriprocessors CEO granted bail hearing; defense to protest flight risk concerns   
Iowa City -- The former chief executive officer of the nation's largest kosher meatpacking plant was granted a new hearing over whether he should remained jail as he awaits a trial on charges stemming from a large immigration raid...

Mexico dangerously close to failing as state. What does America do?   
A report released earlier this week by the Joint Operations Environment (JOE: go here for report) warned that Mexico is in danger of becoming a failed state. The country’s government and infrastructure has nearly succumbed to its vicious and bloody drug war. It is common place in Mexico for police officers to...

KNXV-TV -- Phoenix  
Suspected drop house discovered in Mesa, 29 detained   
Twenty-nine people were detained after a suspected drop house was discovered in Mesa on Saturday afternoon. -- Police said they received a report that people were being held against their will and there was a fight at a home near Alma School and Broadway roads around 1:56 p.m...

Chicago Sun-Times   
Illegal alien from Mexico guilty of Joliet murder   
A jury found Hugo Sanchez guilty Friday of the 2006 murder of a pregnant woman. -- The illegal immigrant now could spend 20 to 60 years in prison. -- Sanchez, 23, is from Michoacan, Mexico. He was arrested by Joliet police March 28, 2007, and charged with three counts of murder in the strangulation death of Regina De Los Santos, 23, of Joliet.

Spanish Journal -- Milwaukee, Wisconsin   
'Tan Klan' wants illegals included in health scheme   
Calling it "an investment in a stronger and more secure future for all Americans," Janet Murguía, President and CEO of the National Council of La Raza [aka the 'Tan Klan'] today at a press conference on Capitol Hill called for the U.S. Senate to include legal [alien] children and pregnant women in the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) bill. [Related action alert and Lou Dobbs report]

Pam Meister -- Family Security Matters  
The immaculate perception   
...Janet Napolitano for Homeland Security Director – She may have governed the southern border state of Arizona, but Napolitano is anything but tough on illegal immigration: she opposed the building of a border fence; tried to defeat a 2004 ballot initiative that would deny most non-essential services and benefits to illegals, and signed into law legislation barring Arizona from taking part in the Real ID program.

Pam Meister -- Family Security Matters  
The immaculate perception   
...Janet Napolitano for Homeland Security Director – She may have governed the southern border state of Arizona, but Napolitano is anything but tough on illegal immigration: she opposed the building of a border fence; tried to defeat a 2004 ballot initiative that would deny most non-essential services and benefits to illegals, and signed into law legislation barring Arizona from taking part in the Real ID program.

The Right Perspective  
Georgia begins deportation 'surge' of prisoners   
US immigration officials are in the middle of a 26-day immigration screening “surge” of prisoners incarcerated in Gwinnett County, Georgia, deporting those who are found to be in America illegally. -- The pilot program, started on Jan. 12, is part of an ICE initiative underway in three Georgia counties...

Contra Costa Times -- Walnut Creek, Calif.   
Nation keeping eye on California illegal-student case   
Several states are keeping an eye on a California court case that could be a bellwether for colleges that discount tuition for [illegal aliens]. -- The California Supreme Court has agreed to consider a lawsuit over a state law that allows universities and colleges to charge the same tuition to [illegal aliens] that state residents pay.

Dave Gibson -- American Chronicle  
Kidnapping, torture now coming to a neighborhood near you   
In December 2008, U.S. citizen, security expert, and hostage negotiator Felix Batista was kidnapped in Saltillo, in the state of Coahuila, Mexico, as he stood outside a local restaurant. Batista, who works for Houston-based ASI Global, has negotiated the release of hostages being held by Colombian terrorists...

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