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  • What We’ve Learned About Suicide Terrorism Since 9/11

    09/27/2006 12:38:22 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 130 replies · 1,764+ views
    Cato Institute ^ | September 12, 2006 | Robert Pape
    Robert A. Pape is professor of political science at the University of Chicago and the author of the forthcoming Cato Institute paper "Suicide Terrorism and Democracy: What We've Learned since 9/11." The attacks of September 11th, 2001 brought us face to face with the horror of suicide terrorism. In the years since, pundits have painted al Qaeda as a fearless enemy motivated by insatiable religious hatred. Amid prognostications of doom, we lost sight of the truth: that suicide terrorism is a tactic, not an enemy, and that beneath the religious rhetoric with which it is perpetrated, it occurs largely in...
  • Night Line - Illegals

    02/17/2004 12:03:49 AM PST · by america-rules · 50 replies · 374+ views
    Night Line | Feb 16, 2004 | Self
    Did anyone watch NightLine tonight. It was about Mexican Illegals and they highlighted workers in Las Vegas.They were saying Bush's plan doesn't give any amnesty or citizenship to Mexicans who come here to work. They basically said they come to work and have to go home?Is this true?
  • Border Patrol finds man wanted for sexual offenses

    02/06/2004 11:03:16 AM PST · by Spiff · 26 replies · 202+ views
    Sierra Vista Herald/Review ^ | 6 February 2004 | Bill Hess
    Border Patrol finds man wanted for sexual offenses BY BILL HESS Sierra Vista Herald/Review DOUGLAS, ARIZONA - An illegal immigrant from El Salvador who was deported in August 1999 and sought for sexual offenses in California was apprehended after he once again illegally entered the United States, a U.S. Border Patrol spokesman said this morning. Victor Manual Grande, 42, was taken into custody. He entered the country around 11:30 a.m. Thursday about three miles east of the Douglas Port of Entry, said Andy Adame, a spokesman for the agency's Tucson Sector. While processing Grande, his fingerprints were put through the...
  • U.S. government betrayal

    01/28/2004 12:42:39 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 16 replies · 529+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Wednesday, January 28, 2004 | Joseph Farah
    U.S. government betrayal Posted: January 28, 20041:00 a.m. Eastern © 2004 WorldNetDaily.com The U.S. government has lied to us. The U.S. government has betrayed the people. The U.S. government is about to do it again. For too many years, Washington, under the control of Democrats and Republicans – it really doesn't matter which – has allowed our nation to be invaded by foreigners. It has done this in clear violation of the law. It has done this in clear opposition to the will of the people. In a normal, functioning, self-governing society, there would be a way to correct this problem peacefully...
  • Bush's Amnesty Plan Triggers Jump in Illegal Immigration

    01/27/2004 12:51:15 AM PST · by sarcasm · 58 replies · 474+ views
    HUMAN EVENTS ^ | January 27, 2004 | Joseph A. D'Agostino
    Beginning two to three days after President Bush proposed a plan that would allow illegal aliens to stay in the United States on renewable three-year work visas -- a plan that critics describe as an amnesty in disguise -- the number of illegal aliens caught trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border jumped dramatically, says a spokesman for the union representing Border Patrolmen. In the San Diego sector of the border "we have two to three times the number we had a few weeks ago," Senior Border Patrol Agent Shawn Moran told HUMAN EVENTS. Moran is spokesman for the local San...
  • Bush's Ridiculous Speech About Immigration Reform

    01/08/2004 1:10:01 PM PST · by Happy2BMe · 213 replies · 840+ views
    Bush's Ridiculous Speech About Immigration Reform I just want to comment on a few of the things that jumped out at me as I read the text of Bush's speech about the horrendous new immigration legislation he is going to propose. To begin with, this line just chaps me..."As a nation that values immigration and depends on immigration, we should have immigration laws that work and make us proud. Yet today we do not."No, our immigration laws don't work or make us proud. You know why? Because we don't make an effort to enforce them. It's like telling your kid...
  • Tancredo calls Bush plan 'dangerous'

    01/08/2004 4:44:27 AM PST · by sarcasm · 32 replies · 352+ views
    Denver Post ^ | January 7, 2004 | Paola Farer
    U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo, an outspoken critic of the country’s current immigration policies, called President Bush's immigration reform proposals "dangerous and unworkable." Tancredo, who represents Colorado’s 6th district, criticized the Bush plan for not including tougher border controls and for offering legal status to people currently here illegally. He predicted that the plan would be rejected by Congress. Tancredo is chair of the Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus. "It is dangerous to offer additional incentives and rewards for illegal immigration while giving only lip service to border security," said Tancredo. Tancredo said an amnesty program in 1986 lacked sufficient border controls...
  • 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...
  • Details of Bush Immigration Plan Outlined

    01/06/2004 6:43:55 PM PST · by nwrep · 37 replies · 238+ views
    Associated Press ^ | Jan 6, 2004 | nwrep
    WASHINGTON (AP)--A plan being proposed by President Bush would give legal status to foreign workers, including millions already toiling in America's underground economy, removing the fear of deportation but not putting them on a fast track toward permanent U.S. residency. In a speech Wednesday at the White House, Bush will ask Congress to approve changes to immigration policy, arguing that they would make the country safer by giving officials a better idea of who is crossing the border, bolster the economy by fulfilling employers' needs and protect illegal workers' rights. Also, in a nod to conservatives who oppose any reward...
  • Bush to Give Illegals Social Security Benefits

    01/06/2004 1:53:02 PM PST · by Spiff · 478 replies · 2,485+ views
    United Press International via Cox.Net ^ | 6 January 2004 | United Press International
    Bush to Give Illegals SS Benefits January 06 2004 03:29:00 PM EST President Bush is set to present his immigration proposal Wednesday. WASHINGTON, Jan 06, 2004 (United Press International via COMTEX) -- President Bush wants to let some of the eight million illegal aliens in the United States move toward legal status without penalty -- but with benefits. His proposals, part of a sweeping change in U.S. immigration policy, will be revealed Wednesday, the Washington Times reported. Bush will propose that illegal aliens from Mexico, and possibly other countries, who pay U.S. Social Security taxes, but provide false identification numbers,...
  • Hannity calls any immigration policy change "asinine"

    01/06/2004 12:25:21 PM PST · by putupon · 112 replies · 317+ views
    <p>Up until last night, people had been very cooperative with this effort, and for that I was grateful. Last night, I think there must have been a full moon or something, but we'll get that straightened out.</p> <p>Sean Hannity just used the word "asinine" in regards to any immigration change until we gain control of the current immigration situation.</p>
  • Body of Missing Agent Found in Arizona

    12/20/2003 10:12:12 AM PST · by holymoly · 25 replies · 188+ views
    Las Vegas Sun ^ | December 20, 2003 | A.P.
    PHOENIX (AP) - The body of a U.S. Border Patrol agent has been recovered from the depths of the Colorado River near Yuma, Ariz., authorities said. James Epling was found and identified shortly after 7 p.m. Friday, said Joe Brigman, spokesman for the Border Patrol's Yuma sector. Epling, 24, was last seen Tuesday chasing a group of immigrants along a river trail just north of the Mexico border. Moments earlier, he had pulled one of the immigrants, a Chinese woman, from the swift-moving water. Divers used sonar and other high-tech equipment in their search. Epling was found in 54-degree water...
  • Scarborough Country' for Dec. 12 Transcript

    12/16/2003 9:56:12 AM PST · by JustPiper · 15 replies · 263+ views
    Scarborough Country ^ | 12-15-03 | Joe Scarborough
    You‘re about to enter SCARBOROUGH COUNTRY. No passport required, no free lunch allowed. (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) SCARBOROUGH (voice-over): The White House is admitting it wants to give amnesty to Mexicans who broke American laws by sneaking into this country illegally. SCARBOROUGH: But, first, George Bush and the Republican Congress and Democratic politicians are playing political games with illegal immigration. And it could cost you and your family your lives. It‘s time for tonight‘s “Real Deal.” Now, by now, you know how craven politicians are when it comes up to grabbing Hispanic votes. They cynically believe that minority voters in border states...
  • ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT NAMED AS NEW BRUNSWICK SERIAL-RAPE SUSPECT

    12/16/2003 3:48:00 PM PST · by sarcasm · 38 replies · 1,207+ views
    Home News Tribune (NJ) ^ | December 16, 2003 | KEN SERRANO
    NEW BRUNSWICK: Authorities say DNA evidence has linked a 32-year-old city man accused of trying to rape a woman at a French Street music store Dec. 6 to six rapes in New Brunswick. Ricardo Cepates, an illegal immigrant from Honduras who was deported from the United States once before, was charged with being the serial rapist who stalked women in the city since September 2001, authorities said. He was being held today in lieu of $1.25 million bail at Middlesex County Adult Correction Center in North Brunswick. Cepates was chased down through more than a foot of snow on French...
  • AMNESTY CRISIS: Fight Tom Ridge's new plan

    12/10/2003 1:28:20 PM PST · by Klickitat · 198 replies · 962+ views
    Numbers USA ^ | 12-10-03 | Roy Beck
    The country needs your faxes and phone calls immediately and steadily over the next few days. Tom Ridge, the head of the new U.S. Department of Homeland Security, yesterday advocated legalizing (giving amnesty) to 8-12 million illegal aliens. Click here to read the story titled: "Homeland security chief endorses legalizing undocumented immigrants." "Click for article" This creates an immediate crisis that must be met with massive outcry -- like the outcry in August of 2001 that stopped Pres. Bush's July proposal for a massive amnesty for some 3.5 million illegal aliens from Mexico. The most important thing is shoot this...
  • Phoenix: Is this what we want in our city (The effects of illegals)

    12/15/2003 11:03:47 AM PST · by hsmomx3 · 118 replies · 788+ views
    PhxNews ^ | azred
    Something I often see missing in the news about illegal immigrants, is what they bring to America. We all know about the financial drain on health care, and welfare, but what about the culture shock to American citizens? Have you seen how some of our cities are looking lately? Illegals are coming over in such great numbers that we are starting to live in their cultural standards. My neighborhood is now filled with people that think the front yard is a parking lot, and that standing in the front yard drinking Bud Light and partying after work is OK. Businesses...
  • Mexican immigrants sending $1 billion a month to families back home

    12/14/2003 11:28:29 AM PST · by traumer · 32 replies · 832+ views
    AMERICAN-STATESMAN ^ | December 14, 2003 | Juan Castillo
    Inside his little Western wear store tucked in a corner on East Riverside Drive, Francisco Javier Aceves can't help but feel a kinship with the angular young men who come in to buy jeans, cowboy boots, phone cards and cell phones. As sure as a regular payday, they come in also to wire money to their families back home in Mexico, in places such as Veracruz, Tabasco, Chiapas and Oaxaca. "Sometimes they come three or four in a car," Aceves said about his customers. "Sometimes they just start lining up to wire money." The young men live and work in...
  • Latino boycott -- widespread, low-key Turnout modest in protests against repeal of license law

    12/13/2003 3:23:11 AM PST · by sarcasm · 18 replies · 599+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | December 13, 2003 | Vanessa Hua, Cicero Estrella, James Sterngold
    <p>Thousands of Latinos throughout California Friday protested Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's repeal of a state law that would have allowed undocumented immigrants to apply for driver's licenses.</p> <p>From Los Angeles, where the push for a boycott originated, to Ukiah in Mendocino County, where a protest was held, Latinos skipped work, stayed out of school and refused to patronize businesses, but the turnout was modest, given the state's large Latino population.</p>