Giuliani: Illegals are a federal problem
Responsibility for stopping illegal immigration belongs to the federal government and not to cities, states or businesses, Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani said Tuesday. — Giuliani told small-business owners he would not punish them for unwittingly hiring illegal [aliens… criminals]
the rest here.
Teodoro Maus and Jerry Gonzalez: Advisory board of Hispanic Studies Kennesaw State University…again, I cannot make stuff like this up. See here.
Check out the bios and professions of the rest of the board.
Watch Roy Beck’s video: IMMIGRATION BY THE NUMBERS here
From last year’s amnesty attempt – stay tuned for next year’s. DO NOT MISS THE PHOTOS in here!
Marchers say gringos,not illegals, have to go
Activists turn tables, offer no amnesty for ‘non-indigenous’ on ‘our continent’
© 2006 WorldNetDaily.com
Mexica Movement activists protest in L.A.
WASHINGTON – While debates about guest-worker programs for illegal aliens take place in the corridors of power, in the streets of America’s big cities no amnesty is being offered by activists calling for the expulsion of most U.S. citizens from their own country.
While politicians debate the fate of some 12 million people residing in the U.S. illegally, the Mexica Movement, one of the organizers of the mass protest in Los Angeles this week, has already decided it is the “non-indigenous,” white, English-speaking U.S. citizens of European descent who have to leave what they call “our continent.”
I hope you read the rest…I have.
Greasing Palms: Corruption in Mexico
Read it here….from a globalist who seems upset. And this from that bunch of far right extremists…the Voice of America. Here.
From the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Information Programs
THE RULE OF LAW
Equality and the Law
The right to equality before the law, or equal protection of the law as it is often phrased, is fundamental to any just and democratic society. Whether rich or poor, ethnic majority or religious minority, political ally of the state or opponent–all are entitled to equal protection before the law.
The democratic state cannot guarantee that life will treat everyone equally, and it has no responsibility to do so. However, writes constitutional law expert John P. Frank, “Under no circumstances should the state impose additional inequalities; it should be required to deal evenly and equally with all of its people.”
No one is above the law, which is, after all, the creation of the people, not something imposed upon them. The citizens of a democracy submit to the law because they recognize that, however indirectly, they are submitting to themselves as makers of the law. When laws are established by the people who then have to obey them, both law and democracy are served…
More, for the rule of law challenged…HERE.
See also Mexico here.
Alert! Senators plan to add AgJobs amnesty bill to Farm Bill!
The defeat of the DREAM Act was a major setback for amnesty proponents, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has now indicated that he wants to attach the AgJobs amnesty text to the 2007 Farm Bill Reauthorization.
The AgJobs guestworker amnesty bill by Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Larry Craig (R-ID) would provide an amnesty for illegal aliens engaged in agricultural work and for their spouses and children-potentially 3 million people. It would provide few safeguards against fraud in the application process, and it would relax the standards for H-2A agricultural guestworker visas.
To learn more and to take action, click here.
Photo Of The Day
October 30, 2007 American Border Patrol
Aerial photo of section of new fence near Sasabe, Arizona. According to a recent GAO report, this fencing costs $4.8 million per mile to construct. “I certainly hope this isn’t all they are building,” said Glenn Spencer of American Border Patrol, “because at nearly five million dollars a mile, if this is all there is, this contract would have to be mostly profit.” American Border Patrol is presently preparing a comprehensive report on border infrastructure development in the past year.
more on the nearly a fence – fence BONUS! NPR on the effects of a real fence. HERE.
CNS News Service
Software glitches delay virtual border fence
Efforts by the Department of Homeland Security to establish a 28-mile digital fence along the U.S. border with Mexico are four months behind schedule, according to a report released last week by the Government Accountability Office. — Project 28, a $20 million project to secure 28 miles of the Arizona border with radar…
From the Saxby Chambliss ’08 site
U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss
at one of our Fall Meet & Greets.
These events are free and open to the Public.
Bring your friends and family and join us!
November 4th – 1:30PM – 6th District – Cagle Dairy in Canton
November 4th – 4PM – 9th District – Dalton City Hall
November 19th – 6PM – 3rd District – Henry County Administrative Building
November 20th – 8AM – 13th District – Butch’s Restaurant in Jonesboro
November 30th – 6PM – 10th District – Jefferson Civic Center in Commerce
Please contact your District Chair (http://www.gagop.org/library/dclist.htm) or e-mail Justin@saxby.org for more information
I just called the ADL’s Bill Nigut for the third time in a week – I finally got him on the phone.
He wasn’t what I would describe as outgoing or overly friendly. ” Do you have 30 seconds for me”? I asked.
“About that” was the very gruff reply. Fine… I got right to the question for which I had called ” I was looking for a comment for several columns I am writing regarding your recent report with my name in it – do you have a comment on the ADL’s use of the word “horde” to describe United States Border Patrol Agents”?
” I don’t have any comment on that” was his answer.
I get the feeling that he will be saying that a lot on his smear attack.