January 31, 2008

Guest workers say adios – we got here now try to find us and make us leave – 100 Nepalese workers missing from Alabama plant

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Associated Press

100 Nepalese workers missing from Alabama plant

About 100 people who came from Nepal to work at a north Alabama factory seemingly vanished from a pair of apartment buildings, along with a lot of furniture and appliances, and can’t be located, officials said Tuesday. — Immigration agents are trying to determine what happened to the Nepalese workers…


January 30, 2008

California professor more honest than Georgia open borders lobby

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California Aggie — UC Davis

‘Chicano Studies’ traitor selling book promoting open borders

…[Kevin] Johnson [see bio on this character], associate dean for academic affairs and Mabie-Apallas professor of public interest law and Chicana/o studies at UC Davis, hopes to debunk the fears that an open border would lead to a mass of [illegal aliens…. criminals] permanently flooding the U.S. border… HERE.

SB 350 – Bill adds jail time to driving without license penalty AJC report

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Bill adds jail time to driving without license penalty

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Published on: 01/30/08

Driving without a license in Georgia could become a felony with lengthy jail time under a bill approved by a legislative committee Tuesday.

The measure could affect illegal immigrants especially, because they are unable to legally obtain a driver’s license in Georgia. Those who are able to obtain a legal state license would see their cases dismissed, which is a provision added this year to a bill vetoed in 2007.

“It’s a get-out-of-jail-free card,” said bill sponsor Sen. John Wiles (R-Kennesaw), at a hearing of the Senate Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee.

Currently a misdemeanor, driving without a license would become a felony after a third violation in five years if the bill passes. The penalty would carry jail time of one to five years and a possible fine of $2,500 to $5,000.

Wiles said he did not focus on immigration when writing the bill but, instead, public safety.

“People who aren’t licensed shouldn’t be driving,” he said. “We gotta say, ‘You can’t do it.’ ”

The bill was approved out of committee 5-4 with black legislators voting against it. Several expressed concerns about racial profiling of people the police think might not have driver’s licenses.

“I have a certain sensitivity to racial profiling, or as they say in the community, ‘driving while black’ ” said Sen. Emanuel Jones (D-Ellenwood). “I’ve been pulled over for no other reason than I’m driving a new car and I happen to be black.”

“How can I explain to my constituents that I just made it easier for this to be a felony?” he asked.

Elise Shore of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund spoke against the bill, arguing that such a bill likely would lead police to stop more people “who appear to be of a certain nationality.”

“People who are in this country illegally will recognize the increased penalties and look for a more hospitable place to live,” bill supporter D.A. King testified at a Senate hearing Tuesday. King is president of the Dustin Inman Society, a group opposed to illegal immigration.

Read the entire report here.

Jamie Hernan here PHOTO of lawyer mobile to the illegals, the golden goose for ethnic hustlers

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January 29, 2008

My Marietta Daily Journal column today: Disappearing border fence must be ‘non-news’

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My column in today’s Marietta Daily Journal. I have added some links to educate the reader.

I am posting having just returned from the Georgia Capitol and there most everyday during session ( until mid April) Please bear with me on replying to email and posting here. The laws of physics says I can’t be in multiple places at once.

Disappearing border fence must be ‘non-news’
Published: 01/29/2008
Marietta Daily Journal

D.A. King

Years of studying the fact that traffic rules in Italy are more enthusiastically enforced than American immigration laws and that our borders remain unsecured in a war on terror due to a coalition of the far left and the powerful business lobby can make it difficult to choose just one column point. So, some comments on a few things have been on this long-time American’s mind for a while – and a promise.

*Remember the Secure Fence Act of 2006? Passed by Congress and signed into law just before the last congressional election, the Secure Fence Act required the construction of vehicle barriers and at least 750 miles of double-layer fencing separated by an improved patrol road along the border with Mexico.

“The bill I’m about to sign is an important step in our nation’s efforts to secure our border and reform our immigration system,” remarked President Bush at the well-publicized bill signing.

The law was clear: “Not later than 18 months after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Homeland Security shall take all actions the Secretary determines necessary and appropriate to achieve and maintain operational control over the entire international land and maritime borders of the United States.”

Operational control was defined in the language of the bill as “the prevention of all unlawful entries into the United States, including entries by terrorists, other unlawful aliens, instruments of terrorism, narcotics, and other contraband.”

The Secure Fence Act of 2006 seems to have been a hoax. Apparently according to plan, it was quietly gutted and the requirement for the abovementioned fence was removed by an amendment offered by Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas) to the Consolidated Appropriations bill passed by Congress last month.

The passage by Congress of the Secure Fence Act was a huge media story in 2006. Not so its “unpassing” – which took place in the dark of night on Dec. 19 while Americans were busy with Christmas preparations. I guess we can call it “unnews.”

*Because of the seemingly endless media coverage, most of us know about the untimely death of Heath Ledger, the young actor who was found dead in his New York apartment this month. Who can recall news stories about the death of Luis Aguilar, another young American who was killed just days before?

More unnews.

Married with two children, Aguilar, a 32-year-old Border Patrol Agent, was killed in the line of duty Jan. 19 near the Mexican border in Arizona when an illegal-alien drug smuggler killed him with a speeding Humvee while escaping back into Mexico.

In an all too unusual occurrence, Mexican authorities have arrested a suspect in the killing. Jesus Navarro Montes admits hitting the Border Patrol agent and had been arrested and jailed previously for smuggling illegal aliens into the United States.

Maybe you have seen some of his past clients at the local day-labor sites – or at a rally for amnesty-again. Or working at secure areas of Hartsfield-Jackson airport.

*Some politically incorrect observations: Maybe the fence could have saved Patrol agent Aguilar. Virtually open borders and illegal immigration have consequences. None of them are good for America.

Which reminds me: Jerry Gonzalez, who lobbied relentlessly against Senator Chip Rogers’ Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act in 2006 and is executive director of the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials, was just honored as one of the 100 Most Influential Georgians by “the magazine of Georgia business and politics since 1985” – Georgia Trend magazine.

Gonzalez quit the Cobb County Latino Initiative last year in protest when Cobb began to use federal tools aimed at assisting federal authorities in enforcing immigration laws. We see an unhappy year ahead for Gonzalez. The sheriffs in Whitfield, Hall and Oconee counties have decided to follow Cobb Sheriff Neil Warren’s lead and use the federal training that will allow them to also begin deportation proceedings for illegal aliens who commit additional crimes.

Here’s wishing they would deport the illegal employers as well.

*Another result of studying illegal immigration and a respectful promise to my Republican friends: As an independent voter I will never vote for John McCain for president. Maybe he really has forgotten the McCain/Kennedy alien legalization bill that was defeated by the outraged American people last summer.

Like a very large – and resolute – group of conservative voters, I have not.

D.A. King is president of the Cobb-based Dustin Inman Society. He is not a member of any political party. On the Web: www.TheDustinInmanSociety.org

January 28, 2008

The New York Times endorses John McCain for president…shouldn’t that be reason enough to oppose this open borders amnesty-again fraud?

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McCain on his Mexican citizen staffer VIDEOs HERE from Michelle Malkin

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QUESTION: Senator McCain, I thank you so much for your service … as an Irish … my parents and my grandparents both came here to become immigrants … I so much want to vote for you, I have one concern … your straight talk … it is you have an outreach – Hispanic outreach person – on your staff, Juan Hernandez, and he has said that he understands why Social Security numbers are stolen … because we don’t allow the immigrants to get their own, so it’s ok for him that we steal other Americans’ Social Security numbers. He also has written a book called “The New American Pioneers” about comparing illegal immigrants, not legal immigrants, to become the “New Pioneers”… I wonder if you agree with his policy? If so, explain it to me and if not why is he on your staff?

McCain asked about Juan Hernandez at Florida campaign event

The straight-talking senator was asked about his Hispanic Outreach Director, Dr. Juan Hernandez, at a campaign event in Florida Sunday. Here’s video of his reaction.

Don’t miss the video of Hernandez further down…hat tip to Digger’s Realm.

McCain hires Mexico first open borders Mexican citizen as “outreach” director – Hint: not to Americans who oppose amnesty-again

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McCain aide touts ‘Mexico first’ policy
Skeptics of candidate’s immigration stance highlight appointment

By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2008 WorldNetDaily.com

The Hispanic outreach director for Sen. John McCain’s presidential campaign is a dual American-Mexican citizen known for his “Mexico first” declarations to immigrants in the U.S., WND has confirmed.

Word of the appointment, made in November, spread across the Internet last night, sparking reaction from secure-border activists who charge Juan Hernandez’s position in the campaign belies the Republican candidate’s attempt to position himself as an advocate of border security.

McCain campaign spokesman Brian Rogers emphasized to WND that Hernandez is “a non-paid volunteer to the campaign, and he does not play a policy role.”

“Juan works with us to reach out to the Hispanic community to meet with the folks in the various states,” Rogers said.

Asked if the McCain campaign has repudiated Hernandez’s “Mexico first” declarations, Rogers did not give a direct answer…


McCain would sign McCain Kennedy amnesty if president

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PoliPundit Video Included

Amnesty John: Would STILL Sign McCain-Kennedy

Less then a week after saying he has heard the American people regarding illegal immigration and their opposition to the McCain-Kennedy pro-amnesty bill, John McCain would still SIGN THE BILL into law if he was President and it came across his desk


January 27, 2008

A new one on me: its not illegal…its “nonlegal”! As in nonlegal resident – from the New York Times

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This is too nonunfunny!

“…Mr. Carrillo, the Arizona State student, said he knew of several nonlegal residents considering returning to Mexico for college. “

Arizona Law Takes a Toll on Nonresident Students
New York Times

January 27, 2008


PHOENIX — When Marco Carrillo, a naturalized American and a high school valedictorian, went to meet with his college counselor, her major worry about his future had little to do with his SAT scores or essay or extracurricular activities.

It had to do with his citizenship.

“The very first question she asked me was whether I was a legal resident here,” said Mr. Carrillo, 20, now an electrical engineering student at Arizona State University in Tempe. “And I said, ‘Yeah, I am.’ And she said, ‘Oh good, that makes things easier.’ ”

Such questions have become commonplace in Arizona, where voters passed a 2006 referendum, Proposition 300, that forbids college students who cannot prove they are legal residents from receiving state financial assistance.

One of several recent immigration statutes passed by Arizona voters and legislators frustrated by federal inaction, the law also prohibits in-state tuition for illegal immigrants. Administrators at several campuses fear that the provision has priced some out of their classes, particularly at the state’s popular community colleges.

Read it here from Jerry’s site.


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