July 16, 2006

Illegal aliens get free air fare home! Again!

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“Entrants” can get free flight home again this year.

This Arizona newspaper writer cannot bring himself to use the legal and proper name for illegal aliens. “Entrants” indeed.

Tucson Region

Entrants can get free flight home
Joint program for 3rd summer to reduce deaths

By Brady McCombs
Arizona Daily Star

Tucson, Arizona | Published: 07.08.2006

Mexican illegal entrants caught in Arizona will have a free flight home if they want for the third consecutive summer.
The binational Interior Repatriation Program between the United States and Mexico kicked off Friday morning when an AeroMexico [Why isn’t a U.S. airline designated as the primary carrier?] flight took off from Tucson International Airport on Friday morning with 67 apprehended Mexican illegal entrants on its way to Mexico City.
The U.S. and Mexican governments agreed to resume the program in an effort to reduce the number of migrant deaths and prevent migrants from attempting to cross repeatedly, officials said.
More than 465 people have died crossing in the Tucson Sector in an attempt to illegally enter the country since Oct. 1, 2003, with a record 216 counted in fiscal year 2005, according to Border Patrol figures.
The U.S. government spent $15 million in 2004 and $13.6 million in 2005 to fund the program, said U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman Russell Ahr. This year’s cost will depend on how many take advantage of the voluntary program.
With two flights a day, the program is capable of flying 300 people home per day. The past two years, the flights haven’t always been full, with an average of about 180 people flying home per day as part of the summer program.
In 2005, 20,592 people flew from Tucson to Mexico City on 225 flights, an average of 92 people per flight.
In 2004, 14,067 illegal entrants flew from Tucson to Mexico City and Guadalajara on 151 flights, an average of 93 people per flight.
Those numbers pale in comparison to the number of migrants apprehended daily in the Tucson Sector. Since Oct. 1, Border Patrol agents have recorded about 1,175 apprehensions a day, according to agency figures. In fiscal year 2005, Border Patrol agents caught about 1,200 people a day. In fiscal year 2004, it was about 1,340 a day. The apprehensions don’t necessarily represent the number of migrants attempting to cross because many people are caught making multiple illegal entries into the United States.
The voluntary flights are available to illegal entrants caught by Border Patrol agents in the Tucson and Yuma sectors. Officials will try to encourage minors, women and those who have been apprehended multiple times to participate, Ahr said.
“They don’t want to see those people come back and go through again and be controlled by smugglers because they are vulnerable,” Ahr said.
Entrants from central and southern Mexico will have first priority for the flights, Ahr said.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement will fund and manage the program, which started Friday and will run through Sept. 30. U.S. Customs and Border Protection funded and managed the program the past two summers.

TV news video from Texas – American law enforcement taking gunfire from Mexico…again

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You can watch video from a TV station in Texas to see a report on Border Patrol and local law enforcement being shot at by “our freinds” in Mexico.

Watch here as long as the link is good. KRGV- TV

Surely another amnesty will stop this. Right?

July 15, 2006

ILLEGAL ALIEN LOBBY: Paul Harvey is a white supremacist…and this is our continent

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For those who haven’t spent a lot of time investigating the illegal ailien/open borders lobby, here is a good primer.

While we are sure that the mainstream media [MSM] including the AJC have simply been beaten to this little gem by World Net Daily and that you will no doubt read in Cynthia Tucker’s next column about the Mexica Movement, we want to bring it to your attention now.

Hispanic group boycotts
Disney ‘white supremacists’
Mexica Movement: ‘We are radical.
More radical than you can imagine’
2006 WorldNetDaily.com
Posted: July 15, 2006

A radical Hispanic group is promoting a boycott of the Walt Disney Company because, contends the Mexica Movement, the entertainment giant “has made a habit of hiring talk show hosts who spread the Minutemen white supremacist racist agenda.”

The boycott announcement specifically cites radio legend and Presidential Medal of Freedom winner Paul Harvey, as well as popular talker Doug McIntyre. Both Harvey and McIntyre are nationally syndicated by ABC, which is owned by Disney.

On its website, the Mexica Movement calls for “an immediate international boycott against The Walt Disney Company and all of its holdings. We are asking for this boycott because Disney has made a habit of hiring talk show hosts who spread the Minutemen white supremacist racist agenda against the Mexican and Central American communities in the United States.”

The organization will continue calling for the Disney boycott, it says, “until we are assured of the immediate firing of all of Disney’s ABC racist radio terrorists who are spreading racist hate against the Mexican and Central American community by inciting threats of violence against us.”

You need to read the entire report yourself …and don’t miss the photos!

Listen to leaders of illegal alien lobby here.

July 5, 2006

The Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act outlined

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Activists, legislators and many people in the media from around the nation have been contacting us with questions about The Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act, authored by Georgia state Senator Chip Rogers and signed into law April 17, 2006.

To make it easier to access information on the Georgia law [SB 529], we happily offer an outline of the law, written by Senator Rogers. I have added hyperlinks to educate the reader.

The text of the law can be read here.

Section 1 of the bill establishes that the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act shall be construed to conform to federal immigration law.

Section 2 ( Basic Pilot Program – now called E-VERIFY –) [ALSO SEE HERE] provides that on or after July 1, 2007, all public employers and those working on public contracts must begin to register and participate in the federal work authorization program. This program is operated by the Department of Homeland Security and verifies the legal status of a person to be employed in the United States.

Section 3 states that any person convicted of trafficking a person for labor or sexual servitude shall be found guilty of a felony and required to serve a prison sentence of at least one and no more than 20 years. Any person convicted of the same offense, however the victim is a minor, shall serve a prison sentence of at least 10 and no more than 20 years.

Section 4 (287 (g) Program) provides that the Georgia Commissioner of Public Safety must establish a “memorandum of understanding” between the state , U.S. Dept. of Justice or Homeland Security concerning the enforcement of immigration laws. Certain police officers shall be trained in accordance with the “memorandum of understanding” and shall be authorized to enforce federal immigration and custom laws.

Section 5 (Law Enforcement Support Center) provides that an officer must make a reasonable effort to determine the nationality of any person charged and arrested for a felony or DUI. If the prisoner is a foreign national, the officer must verify their ” lawful [immigration] status “> either through documents in possession of the prisoner or a query to the Law Enforcement Support Center. If it is found that the prisoner is not lawfully present in the U.S., the arresting officer or officer in charge shall notify the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security.

Section 6 establishes the “Registration of Immigration Assistance Act.” This Act specifies exactly what actions a person who is not an attorney can take in assisting illegal immigrants with gaining legal status. Apparently, people are claiming that they can assist illegal immigrants in becoming legal citizens and charging people fees for legal assistance and advice, however they have no authority to give such assistance or advice. Any person convicted of violating this section may be fined up to $1,000.00 per violation.

Section 7 provides that after January 1, 2008 no compensation over $600.00 per year for labor services to a person who has not been verified to legally work in the U.S. can be claimed as a deductible business expense for state income taxes, regardless if the individual is issued a IRS 1099 Form. The Georgia Commissioner of Revenue is authorized to create forms to be used in order to verify the legal status of an employee.

Section 8 (ITIN) states that a withholding agent is required to withhold 6% state income tax of an individual using an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number whose wages are reported on a 1099 Form.

Section 9 (SAVE Program) states that any applicant
for federaL or state and local public benefits, who is 18 years or older, must execute an affidavit that he or she is a citizen or lawfully present in the U.S. For any applicant that has indicated that they are an alien lawfully present in the U.S., the agency must verify that person’s status through the Systematic Alien Verification of Entitlement Federal program. Any person who knowingly provides false information on this affidavit shall be guilty of a felony and upon conviction, pay a fine of no more than $1,000.00 or be sentenced to imprisonment of no more than one year. Exceptions for this verification process include: federal exceptions such as emergency care, assistance for immunizations with respect to immunizable and communicable diseases, soup kitchens, and pre-natal care.

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