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  • Protesters take over Border Patrol museum, deface pictures of fallen agents

    02/18/2019 11:42:49 AM PST · by grayboots · 59 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 2/18/2019 | Anna Giaritelli
    Dozens of demonstrators occupied and vandalized a privately owned U.S. Border Patrol museum near El Paso, Texas, over the weekend, according to the site's top official. Museum director David Ham told the Washington Examiner his staff and guests worried for their safety Saturday when a group of about 50 rowdy protesters entered the facility, defaced property, and refused to leave the grounds. "Say it loud, say it clear, Border Patrol kills!" group members standing inside and outside the facility yelled. Security cameras set up outside the private museum captured protesters pulling into the parking lot and putting on face masks...
  • Several thousand more troops to the Mexico border

    01/29/2019 7:40:20 PM PST · by BeauBo · 49 replies
    WSOC TV ^ | 29 Jan 2019 | LOLITA C. BALDOR, Associated Press
    The U.S. will be sending "several thousand" more American troops to the southern border to provide additional support to Homeland Security... the troops will mainly be used to install additional wire barriers and provide a large new system of mobile surveillance and monitoring of the border area. Plans call for about 150 more miles of concertina wire placed mainly in the gaps between ports of entry.
  • Teen stabbed in attack by 3 alleged MS-13 members from his high school on Long Island

    01/11/2019 10:51:07 AM PST · by george76 · 29 replies
    WABC-TV ^ | January 10, 2019
    HUNTINGTON STATION, Long Island -- Police said a teenager was stabbed in an attack by three MS-13 members from his high school behind a Long Island Burger King. It happened on New York Avenue in Huntington Station around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. The 16-year-old victim told police he was at the fast-food restaurant with friends when six of his classmates from Huntington High School entered and began staring at them menacingly. Feeling uncomfortable, the victim and a friend left, and the three gang members followed them, wielding bats and knives, police said. An altercation broke out in the parking lot, and...
  • Caravan's plea for buses is DENIED: Migrants must walk the remaining 900 miles to nearest US...

    11/01/2018 8:58:15 AM PDT · by Morgana · 82 replies
    Daily Mail UK ^ | November 1, 2018 | Associated Press and Snejana Farberov For
    FULL TITLE: Caravan's plea for buses is DENIED: Migrants must walk the remaining 900 miles to nearest US border as Mexico ignores demand for transport Exhausted men, women and children traveling in the largest of the four caravans headed to the US resumed their journey on foot before dawn Thursday after Mexican authorities refused to provide them with buses. The migrants planned to take advantage of cool overnight and morning temperatures by hitting the road at 3am in Juchitan for a trek to the town of Matias Romero en route to the Gulf coast city of Veracruz, which is a...
  • Walker Revokes In-state Tuition For Undocumented Students Attending Univ And Colleges In Wisconsin

    03/20/2015 11:34:56 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 47 replies
    Hispanic News Network USA Blog ^ | June 27, 2011 | H. Nelson Goodson
    ******June 27, 2011******Undocumented students to pay higher tuition, despite living and paying state taxes along with parents in Wisconsin. By H. Nelson Goodson - June 27, 2011 Ashwaubenon - On Sunday, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R) signed his two-year 2011-2013 budget, which included ending in-state tuition for undocumented students attending public universities and colleges. In-state tuition for undocumented students was approved two years ago by former Governor Jim Doyle (D) after the Hispanic community struggled for 10 years to pass it.The State Journal (SJ) reported that about 100 undocument students had applied for in-state tuition at 13-four year University of...
  • A New Border Surge Opens Us To Surge Of Epidemics

    09/26/2014 4:57:56 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 21 replies ^ | September 26, 2014 | IBD Editorial
    Border Surge: Secretary of State John Kerry warns of a new surge of illegals, just as Central America is being hit by a new wave of epidemics. No doubt about it: President Obama's open-borders policy is exposing us to disease, too. In a background press briefing at the U.N. last Tuesday, a senior State Department official said Secretary of State John Kerry told his counterparts from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Mexico that the pause in minors coming across our southern border was temporary, and that "we have to use this time to put in place more efforts, greater efforts...
  • Caption these anti-immigration law protestors

    05/06/2010 11:11:30 AM PDT · by Lucky9teen · 47 replies · 1,220+ views
    As many as 8,000 opponents of Arizona's new immigration law marched downtown Tucson, to a May Day rally in Armory Park on Saturday morning. Protesters gather outside the Arizona Capitol Saturday, May 1, 2010 in Phoenix to protest Arizona's controversial new immigration bill. Activists said outrage over Arizona's controversial immigration law 'awakened a sleeping giant' Saturday as rallies demanding federal immigration reform kicked off in cities across the country.
  • Police: Nurse helps crash victim, gets carjacked (My title: Everyone who can carry, should carry)

    04/13/2010 12:29:16 PM PDT · by Red in Blue PA · 25 replies · 834+ views
    Foxnews ^ | 4/13/2010 | Staff
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A nurse who left her vehicle at a gas station to help a nearby accident victim was the victim of a carjacking and dragged about 20 yards after she tried to grab the keys, Los Angeles police said Monday. The nurse, who police didn't identify, was filling up her car at the gas station near the city's Pico-Union neighborhood early Sunday when she saw another car hit a traffic signal pole, which then fell on a pedestrian, Officer Carlos Ortega said. The good Samaritan nurse left the keys in her car and ran across the street...
  • Immigration agents arrest 280 with criminal convictions in massive sweep

    12/11/2009 12:54:19 PM PST · by SmithL · 15 replies · 741+ views
    San Jose Mercury News ^ | 12/11/9 | Ken McLaughlin
    In the largest such operation in U.S. history, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 286 foreign nationals in California with criminal records in a three-day enforcement surge that ended Thursday night. Of those taken into custody, 119 were from Northern California and 24 were from the San Jose area. ICE reported that about 80 percent of the immigrants taken into custody had prior convictions for serious or violent crimes such as rape, armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. Also arrested were 30 convicted sex offenders, many of whom had been convicted of sexual assaults on children. At...
  • Illegal alien found not guilty in car accident death of principal

    02/29/2008 7:07:52 AM PST · by Joiseydude · 26 replies · 377+ views
    PalmBeachPost ^ | Thursday, February 28, 2008 | SUSAN SPENCER-WENDEL
    WEST PALM BEACH — Was the death of a popular middle school principal an accident or was it vehicular homicide? An accident, a jury has now decided. Jurors returned not-guilty verdicts this afternoon in the case against Cesar Mejia, a 32-year-old driver who prosecutors say blew through a red light striking the vehicle of Western Pines Middle School principal Margaret Campbell, killing her. Mejia's attorney, Assistant Public Defender Shawnee Lawrence, had argued before jurors that Mejia was driving the speed limit and in no way, shape or form wanted to run a red ight and kill another human being. "Tragic?...
  • Reply to National Republican Congressional Committee

    05/30/2007 6:08:28 AM PDT · by Dick Bachert · 10 replies · 693+ views
    Vanity ^ | 5-30-07 | Dick Bachert
    Just returned a so-called "Democrat Leadership Performance Assessment" form to the National Republican Congressional Committee across which I scrawled in BIG RED LETTERS the following: "CLOSE THE BORDERS, SEND THEM BACK AND NO MORE SMOKE AND MIRRORS SHAMNESTY BILLS!" I'd urge everyone who gets a mailing from these elitist pigs in Washington (from either party) to do something similar.

    05/22/2007 5:29:33 AM PDT · by Dick Bachert · 21 replies · 1,217+ views
    Nealznuze ^ | 5-22-07 | Neal Boortz
    Robert Rector stirred up the puddin' inside the beltway yesterday. Who is Robert Rector? He is the Senior Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation specializing in welfare, poverty and marriage. He is a leading and respected authority in Washington on poverty and the U.S. welfare system. Yesterday Heritage released a special report written by Rector and Christine Kim titled "The Fiscal Cost of Low-Skill Immigrants to the U.S. Taxpayer." You can read the entire report right here [pdf], or you can click here for the executive summary. You aren't going to hear very much about this report from the mainstream...

    05/18/2007 5:41:03 AM PDT · by Dick Bachert · 22 replies · 867+ views
    Nealznuze ^ | 5-18-07 | Neal Boortz
    Well the day is finally here. It is a day where our Congress and our President have come together to grant legal residency and then citizenship to millions of illegal aliens who broke the law. Criminals in this country will be on a fast track to becoming citizens, with the same rights and benefits as you and me. A couple of points about the proposal: First, there are only vague references to closing our borders. It won't happen. The borders will remain porous and the Mexican invasion of the United States will continue. The count now is between 12 and...
  • Lawmaker: Ban 'illegal aliens' – just the words

    03/01/2007 7:08:15 AM PST · by SkyPilot · 28 replies · 541+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 28 Feb 07 | None given
    Lawmaker: Ban 'illegal aliens' – just the words Florida legislator thinks A-word is 'somebody who is from another planet' -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- © 2007 Florida Sen. Frederica Wilson, D-Miami Here's a novel way to solve the controversy over illegal aliens in America. Just ban the use of the words "illegal alien." That's what a Florida state legislator proposes when it comes to official documents in the Sunshine State. "To me an alien is somebody who is from another planet," Democrat Sen. Frederica Wilson told the Miami Herald. "There are so many other synonyms that would be more dignified for human beings."...
  • [Minuteman] Border barrier moving forward

    08/09/2006 11:22:15 AM PDT · by Spiff · 22 replies · 643+ views
    Sierra Vista Herald ^ | 9 August 2006 | Jonathan Clark
    Border barrier moving forward 9 August 2006By Jonathan Clark Sierra Vista Herald/Review BISBEE — Plans by the Minuteman Civilian Defense Corps to build a border barrier on the Bisbee-area ranch of Richard Hodges are moving forward, with groundbreaking on the project likely to begin later this month, a spokeswoman said Tuesday. “We’re getting ready to survey, we’ve got bulldozers and materials ready to go, and we’ve got the camera company ready to test camera systems down there,” said Minuteman spokeswoman Connie Hair. “Everything is pressing forward.” The civilian anti-illegal-immigration group had initially hoped to break ground on the fence in...
  • Tancredo Introduces Bill to Halt Illegal Alien Voting

    07/27/2006 9:06:57 AM PDT · by Spiff · 141 replies · 2,389+ views
    Press Releases :: July 26, 2006 Will Adams, 202.226.6997 Tancredo Introduces Bill to Halt Illegal Alien Voting WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-CO), Chairman of the 104-Member House Immigration Reform Caucus, introduced a bill that would penalize states which refuse to require proof of U.S. citizenship for voting. Under the Voter Integrity Protection Act (VIP Act), states would need to see a valid photo ID proving U.S. Citizenship for voting or those states would have their federal highway funding cut by as much as 40 percent. “In some parts of our country, all residents are granted a de facto...
  • Bush task force to assist aliens

    06/08/2006 12:48:53 PM PDT · by Spiff · 41 replies · 846+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 8 June 2006 | Stephen Dinan
    Bush task force to assist aliens By Stephen Dinan THE WASHINGTON TIMES June 8, 2006 OMAHA, Neb. -- President Bush yesterday announced the creation of a task force to expand English, civics and history lessons as he pushes his plan for longtime illegal aliens to gain a path to citizenship. He said the government must take an active role in assimilation, a move he called critical both for the nation and for those who have entered its borders.
  • Approaching 212 Degrees Fahrenheit

    05/15/2006 8:13:29 AM PDT · by Dr.Syn · 10 replies · 906+ views ^ | May 15, 2006 | Dan Sargis
       Approaching 212 Degrees Fahrenheit May 18, 2006 A funny thing happened on my way to opening an HSA (Health Savings Account)...I was once again reminded how inferior hard-working taxpayers are to: criminals; illegal immigrants and members of Congress (am I being redundant?). As most Americans know, you have to be a legal entity to open any variety of savings or investment accounts.  Wells Fargo Bank makes it clear that, “In order to open an account, federal law requires that we obtain your name, street address, date of birth...and taxpayer identification number, which will be used to verify your identity. We...
  • Come Home, Mr. President

    05/14/2006 6:20:19 PM PDT · by Spiff · 483 replies · 6,079+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | 15 May 2006 | Rep. Tom Tancredo
    Come Home, Mr. President by Rep. Tom Tancredo Posted May 15, 2006 President Bush will deliver a televised address to the nation tonight on immigration policy. It is his first address from the Oval Office on immigration, and if it not successful, it may be his last. In this speech, the President needs to do three things to accomplish his goals. There is a road to consensus and success if the President will take it. It is not only a path to consensus -- it is a path to success for the Republican Party in November. In his Monday...
  • Kolbe Watching Border Patrol Checkpoints in Area (He shut them down and wants them to stay down)

    05/12/2006 12:51:11 PM PDT · by Spiff · 34 replies · 1,106+ views
    Sierra Vista Herald/Review ^ | 12 May 2006 | Jonathan Clark
    Kolbe watching BP checkpoints in area By Jonathan Clark Herald/Review BISBEE — Congressman Jim Kolbe said he would be “closely watching” the Border Patrol’s management of traffic revision points in the area after the officer in charge of the agency’s Naco station said that a permanent checkpoint on Highway 90 would be reinstated. Kolbe has long opposed permanent Border Patrol revision points, which he says are predictable and ineffective. Instead, he advocates roving checkpoints and has inserted a provision into Border Patrol appropriations bills requiring the agency’s Tucson Sector to relocate checkpoints on a regular basis. “The law allows checkpoints,...