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  • Tougher laws not plugging border

    10/08/2007 7:24:31 AM PDT · by SmithL · 4 replies · 433+ views
    MediaNews via CoCoTimes ^ | 10/8/7 | Javier Erik Olvera
    Many immigrants say too much is at risk to be afraid of America's firmer stance against illegals in the workplace. Ramon Morales timed it, and when United States Border Patrol agents weren't around, he ran. He hurdled over rocks and sagebrush into the United States on Sept. 2 -- about three weeks after he learned of a Bush administration plan to tackle illegal immigration through Social Security fraud. Work would be hard to come by, but the president's plan to penalize employers who hire illegal immigrants wasn't enough to scare off the 35-year-old married father who said the federal plan...
  • Deportation Laws May Tear Parents, Their Kids Apart (Crying Towel Alert!)

    05/20/2007 8:34:16 AM PDT · by truthkeeper · 61 replies · 1,038+ views
    The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin ^ | May 20, 2007 | The Associated Press
    Deportation Laws May Tear Parents, Their Kids Apart The Associated Press CANCITA, Mexico - Since they joined their deported parents in Mexico, 7-year-old Adriana has stopped screaming "Papa!" in her sleep, and 10-year-old Yadira's asthma has eased. Pedro, 15, doesn't break into tears anymore, and Adrian, 12, thinks of his new life as an adventure. For now, these American children are trying to ignore the wrenching decision they have to make by the end of summer: Stay with their parents in this bone-dry village where they bathe in a canal and use an outhouse, or return alone to some of...
  • CA: Droves say goodbye to Golden State

    12/10/2006 10:28:48 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 305 replies · 6,461+ views
    Mercury News ^ | 12/10/06 | Mike Swift
    Wayne Brown gave up $40,000 in income to move from the Bay Area to Kansas. And he feels great. It got to be too much last year for the college information-technology officer: the commute to downtown San Francisco that sometimes took two hours, the housing-price spiral and the high-wire borrowing that paid for it. ``I would find myself sitting in traffic,'' Brown recalled, ``screaming at people.'' When the Kansas job came up in early 2005, Brown and his wife, Teresa, sold two Bay Area homes and happily settled in a suburb of Kansas City. They have never looked back. The...
  • Scuffle breaks out at immigration rally (Arizona)

    04/10/2006 3:07:01 PM PDT · by Spiff · 104 replies · 3,171+ views
    Arizona Daily Star ^ | 10 April 2006
    Scuffle breaks out at immigration rally Arizona Daily Star Tucson, Arizona | Published: 04.10.2006 advertisementA scuffle that broke out after counter-protestors torched a Mexican flag at Armory Park resulted in four or five people being taken into custody by Tucson police. Police initially detained a young Hispanic woman in the wake of the flag burning and were escorting the woman to the Police Department’s downtown headquarters as a group of protestors followed. The confrontation escalated when one man tried to break through a ring of officers surrounding the woman and he and several others were also detained. About 11 people...
  • The Mexican-American War, Round 2

    01/10/2005 3:40:45 AM PST · by Klickitat · 47 replies · 5,229+ views
    FrontPageMagazine ^ | 1-10-05 | Don Feder
    The Mexican-American War, Round 2By Don FederFrontPageMagazine.com | January 10, 2005 For decades now, our bad neighbor to the south has aided and abetted its impoverished citizens in their efforts to enter the United States illegally – a process that pays handsome dividends to Mexico, but results in massive trauma and social upheaval for the gringos.The latest attack on our sovereignty is a 32-page color comic book published by Mexico’s foreign ministry and designed as a self-help manual for illegal aliens.The publication (which should be titled "Juan and Miguel Join Mexico’s National Synchronized Swimming Team") contains helpful advice on crossing...
  • Florida: Illegal alien's injury lawsuit could spark investigation

    02/17/2004 7:56:09 AM PST · by george wythe · 55 replies · 833+ views
    In a case that could bolster a long-running federal grand jury probe into Northeast Florida's construction industry, an undocumented Mexican worker permanently paralyzed on a job site is filing suit today in Jacksonville against homebuilding giant D.R. Horton. Jorge Gomez, 23, was injured Nov. 11 when a large beam fell on him and broke his neck at a D.R. Horton site in a Julington Creek subdivision, according to the lawsuit. The accident left him a quadriplegic. As an illegal alien, Gomez has no workers compensation insurance and has run up $500,000 in medical bills at Jacksonville's Memorial Hospital, which continues...
  • Mexamerica, Here We Come

    01/14/2004 5:35:13 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 37 replies · 245+ views
    WND.com ^ | 01-14-04 | Buchanan, Patrick J.
    Mexamerica, here we come Posted: January 14, 2004 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2004 Creators Syndicate, Inc. Have Americans, one wonders, fully reflected on what the Bush amnesty portends for the country their children will grow up in? Consider what Bush is saying with this amnesty for 8 million to 12 million illegal aliens and his "guest workers" program to allow employers to go overseas and hire people anywhere in the world for jobs Americans will not, or cannot take at the wages offered. He is saying: I cannot defend our border. I will not enforce the laws. I will not...
  • America's fate in hands of illegal aliens?

    01/07/2004 2:45:15 AM PST · by ovrtaxt · 119 replies · 705+ views
    worldnetdaily.com ^ | 1/7/2004 | worldnetdaily.com
    WND BOOKS America's fate in hands of illegal aliens? New WND book shows immgration issue could determine future of U.S. Posted: January 7, 20041:00 a.m. Eastern © 2004 WorldNetDaily.com With the U.S. government poised to make sweeping changes to immigration laws critics say amount to de facto mass amnesty, WorldNetDaily's publishing division, WND Books, announces a powerful new book destined to supercharge the debate over illegal immigration. In "Illegals: The Imminent Threat Posed by Our Unsecured U.S.-Mexico Border," veteran journalist Jon E. Dougherty documents the hard truth that both major political parties have missed – namely, that sustained high immigration levels...