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  • The Donald’s trump card on illegal aliens is the truth, but he can’t play it

    07/09/2015 6:57:32 AM PDT · by HomerBohn · 12 replies
    Personal Liberty ^ | 7/8/2015 | John Myers
    “You know, going into this weekend the media was consumed with stories about, you know, Americans have to be on the lookout for ISIS attacks and terror attack expected, and oh, shark attacks… I will bet you by the end of the weekend, more Americans will have been killed by Mexicans than by ISIS or by sharks.” — Anne Coulter, speaking on “Fox & Friends” It’s no surprise that Jeb Bush, Republican front-runner for the presidency, is upset with Donald Trump and his views on Mexican illegal immigrants. Bush loves the established way. It served his father and brother when...
  • Amnestied Illegals Will Get $9.4T in Benefits; Increase Debt $6.3T

    05/07/2013 2:32:45 AM PDT · by IbJensen · 12 replies
    CNS News ^ | 5/6/2013 | Elizabeth Harrington
    (Immigration Marches Los Angeles Alma Banuelos, left, with Emilia Hernandez shout slogans during a rally in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday, May 1, 2013. In celebration of May Day thousands have gathered for an immigration reform rally in downtown Los Angeles.) ( – Granting amnesty to illegal immigrants would cost $6.3 trillion, according to a new report by the Heritage Foundation. “Unlawful immigration and amnesty for current unlawful immigrants can pose large fiscal costs for U.S. taxpayers,” states the report by Robert Rector and Jason Richwine, Ph.D. Not only would the federal deficit increase, but the cost of benefits and...
  • Giuliani Adopts Moderate Stand on Immigration

    05/02/2007 7:38:03 AM PDT · by circumbendibus · 34 replies · 730+ views
    The New York Sun ^ | May 2, 2007 | Russel Berman
    WASHINGTON — Addressing a group of Latino small business leaders, Mayor Giuliani yesterday adopted a moderate stance on immigration, emphasizing the need to beef up security at the borders while maintaining America's tradition as the world's most popular destination for people seeking a better life. Mr. Giuliani articulated much the same position on immigration that he has on the campaign trail, but he began with a softer tone, casting the country's attractiveness to immigrants as a strength to be preserved. "America is the country that more people want to come to than any country, I think, in the history of...
  • Civilian Border Patrol Member Convicted

    06/17/2004 5:02:20 PM PDT · by Marine Inspector · 92 replies · 390+ views
    ABC ^ | 06/17/2004 | The Associated Press
    Member of Civilian Border Patrol Convicted on Weapons Charge; Mistrial on Assault HEBBRONVILLE, Texas June 17, 2004 — A member of a self-styled border patrol group who was accused of pistol-whipping an illegal immigrant was found guilty of gun possession. But the jury deadlocked on the assault charge. Casey Nethercott, a 37-year-old member of Ranch Rescue, could get up to 20 years in prison on the weapons offense. A new trial on the assault charge was set for July 27 after the hung jury Wednesday. Nethercott was accused of assaulting Edwin Alfredo Mancia Gonzales, 26, last year while Nethercott and...
  • 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...
  • 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?
  • Vigilantes targeting Mexican military

    02/14/2004 10:55:45 AM PST · by JackelopeBreeder · 101 replies · 580+ views
    Tucson Citizen ^ | 14 February 2004 | Luke Turf
    <p>Troops help drug, people smugglers and will be shot, says leader of armed patrol in Douglas.</p> <p>DOUGLAS - Rhetoric along the Mexican border here is rising, with a heavily armed group of residents declaring war on the Mexican military, and the mayor thinks chances are rising that someone will get hurt.</p>
  • U.S. government betrayal

    01/28/2004 12:42:39 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 16 replies · 529+ views ^ | Wednesday, January 28, 2004 | Joseph Farah
    U.S. government betrayal Posted: January 28, 20041:00 a.m. Eastern © 2004 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...
  • Illegal immigration to U.S. grew by nearly 70 per cent in 12 years

    01/26/2004 1:04:33 PM PST · by lonewacko_dot_com · 41 replies · 168+ views
    The Drudge Report ^ | Jan 26 2004 | Matt Drudge
    Mexico City (dpa) - The number of Mexicans illegally entering the United States increased by 66 per cent from 1990 to 2002, a Mexican government report said Monday. The study, by the National Population Council (Conapo), found that the number of Mexicans who cross the border illegally every year has grown to more than 1 million. Of that number, only about a third achieve their goal of staying in the United States to work. The number of Mexicans living in the United States went from 4.3 million in 1994 to 9.5 million in 2002, according to U.S. estimates. According to...
  • 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...
  • Making illegal residents legal

    01/08/2004 10:41:37 AM PST · by kellynla · 28 replies · 313+ views
    San Diego Union-Tribune ^ | 1/8/2004 | JAMES O. GOLDSBOROUGH
    President Bush's immigration reform plan, delayed three years because of Sept. 11, is a politically expedient confession of the massive failure of U.S. immigration policy for two decades. Bush's plan would legalize 8 million to 9 million people in this country illegally, and does nothing to shut off the flow of more illegal immigrants. In fact, it will encourage more to come. Bush is not solely to blame for this misguided policy. He has simply signed on to policy Congress has followed since the last so-called reforms, in 1986, 1990 and 1996, from which our government has apparently learned nothing....
  • Fox Praises Bush's U.S. Immigration Plan (But Wants More)

    01/08/2004 10:49:35 AM PST · by sarcasm · 61 replies · 602+ views
    AP ^ | January 8, 2004
    MEXICO CITY (AP) -- President Vicente Fox on Thursday praised the immigration reform proposed by President Bush and claimed it as an achievement for his own administration.But Fox and other Mexican officials indicated the new American proposal did not meet all their goals. ``We're going for more. We're going for more,'' he told reporters during a visit to a shelter for street children.Fox has repeatedly urged Bush to legalize the millions of Mexicans who cross the border illegally to work in the United States. The money they send home is Mexico's second-largest source of foreign income, behind oil.Bush's plan, unveiled...
  • The Bush Proposal (Interesting article by Linda Chavez on the Immigration Proposal)

    01/08/2004 8:03:21 AM PST · by PhiKapMom · 441 replies · 1,301+ views
    Town Hall ^ | Jan 8, 2004 | Linda Chavez
    The Bush proposal Linda Chavez January 8, 2004 President Bush announced a sweeping new immigration reform proposal this week that could become a hot-button issue in the November election. For months, insiders have hinted that the president would propose a new guest worker program aimed at allowing more foreign workers into the country on a temporary basis. Widely favored by the American business community, a guest worker program would allow employers to fill jobs in industries that routinely experience shortages of workers willing to do the often difficult, dangerous jobs Americans shun -- at least at wages that allow employers...
  • Contact Tom Tancredo (R-Co), Chirman of the House Immigration Reform Caucus

    01/07/2004 8:18:04 PM PST · by Remember_Salamis · 223 replies · 13,497+ views
    Contact Congressman Tancredo ^ | 1.7.04 | Remember_Salamis
    Contact Tom Tancredo (R-Co), Chirman of the House Immigration Reform Caucus (HIRC). He's one of the few elected republicans with his head on straight. Here's their platform: Rep. Tom Tancredo’s Four-Point Plan for Immigration Control The United States has lost control over its immigration policy. Over one million persons enter our nation illegally each year and we have antiquated and error-prone systems for knowing who our legal visitors are and for enforcing their visa time limits. Every poll shows that over 75% of citizens support border security and strict enforcement of our immigration laws. They want our immigration policies fixed....
  • Plan has 'fatal flaw,' congressman says

    01/08/2004 5:01:57 AM PST · by T-Bird45 · 70 replies · 299+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | 01/08/04 | Ann Imse and M.E. Sprengelmeyer
    President Bush's proposal has thrust Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., back into the national spotlight as one of the most outspoken advocates of tougher measures against illegal immigration. On Wednesday, Tancredo appeared on numerous national network telecasts, and press secretary Carlos Espinoza said he had the busiest day of his career fielding interview requests. Tancredo condemned the proposal as dangerous for national security. And he publicly cast doubt on the sincerity of his own party's president: He believes Bush's package may be just an election year ploy to win Hispanic votes. In Tancredo's view, the measures would reward illegal immigration and...
  • 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...
  • Say It Ain't So, Dubya

    01/07/2004 6:06:39 AM PST · by shortstop · 261 replies · 654+ views ^ | 1/7/04 | Bob Lonsberrry
    In politics, it’s good to be up for grabs. And it’s miserable to be a sure thing. As President Bush will prove today. In an expected announcement of sweeping amnesty and Social Security benefits for illegal Mexican aliens, the president will kick conservatives in the teeth in order to woo Latino voters. It’s clear proof that the adage “Dance with the one what brung ya” doesn’t apply in the GOP. In the GOP, conservatives exist to donate money and vote a straight ticket, and then be ignored. At least in this Administration and by this Congress. Time after time, the...
  • America's fate in hands of illegal aliens?

    01/07/2004 2:45:15 AM PST · by ovrtaxt · 119 replies · 705+ views ^ | 1/7/2004 |
    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 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...
  • Court: N.C. must broaden its Medicaid coverage for illegal immigrants

    01/07/2004 4:49:45 AM PST · by AppyPappy · 60 replies · 998+ views
    Court: N.C. must broaden its Medicaid coverage for illegal immigrants RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina must broaden its Medicaid coverage for illegal immigrants to allow for longer-term treatment of serious health problems, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday. The ruling could expand the kinds of medical treatment that illegal immigrants receive under the Medicaid program. For hospitals that are already treating illegal immigrants, the decision could also mean more Medicaid reimbursements.
  • Frist, Mexican Lawmakers Talk Migration

    01/06/2004 6:44:41 PM PST · by nypokerface · 23 replies · 186+ views
    AP ^ | 01/06/04 | MORGAN LEE
    MEXICO CITY - Mexican lawmakers made emphatic appeals to restart negotiations for a U.S.-Mexico migration agreement during a meeting Tuesday with U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist. The Tennessee Republican arrived in the Mexican capital Tuesday, a week before President Bush pays a visit to his southern neighbor. Bush is expected to make an announcement on migration Wednesday. White House officials said he will propose easing some restrictions against foreign workers, mainly Mexican, entering the United States if they have jobs waiting for them. Mexican Senate President Enrique Jackson, who met with Frist shortly after he arrived, said that the...
  • 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>
  • Rush Addresses Illegal Alien Issue

    01/06/2004 11:16:28 AM PST · by sweetliberty · 164 replies · 1,014+ views
    Rush Limbaugh Show ^ | January 6, 2004
    <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>I started this thread because there has been much discussion here about Rush never seeming to address the illegal alien problem. Today he has been talking about it in the context of President Bush's meeting with Vincente Fox and the payment of Social Security benefits to illegals who have paid into the system even though they did so with false documentation.</p>
  • Borderline Pandering

    12/19/2003 11:26:43 PM PST · by sixmil · 96 replies · 191+ views
    INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY ^ | Monday, December 22, 2003
    Immigration: For someone who thinks of himself as a straight-shooter, President Bush sure gets mealy-mouthed when the subject turns to illegal immigration. Take his news conference early last week. It was devoted mainly to the capture of Saddam Hussein. But one reporter asked for a clarification of his position on illegal immigration in the wake of comments the week before by Tom Ridge, head of the Homeland Security Department.Ridge told a town hall meeting in Florida that most illegal immigrants in the U.S. are not a threat to national security and should be given "some kind of legal status." Ridge...
  • Three years after Fox took office, Mexican migrants say return home safer, easier

    12/17/2003 7:57:25 AM PST · by yonif · 11 replies · 240+ views
    SignOnSanDiego ^ | December 17, 2003 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
    NUEVO LAREDO, Mexico – The holiday trip home for many Mexican migrants has gotten easier under President Vicente Fox. Instead of insisting on bribes, some police offer to guide caravans of migrant cars, and customs agents allow gifts that in the past were often confiscated. Since taking office, Fox has made changing government officials' attitudes toward migrants one of his top priorities. He has focused on the annual return trip home before Christmas, a time when the majority of migrant families return to Mexico, clogging highways with pickup trucks and U.S. sedans overflowing with bicycles, television sets and computers. Fox...
  • 2 illegal workers just want jobs

    12/16/2003 4:31:40 AM PST · by Holly_P · 31 replies · 243+ views
    Tucson Arizona Star ^ | 12/16/03 | Ernesto Portillo
    Ramiro Cruz doesn't know who Homeland Secretary Tom Ridge is. But he appreciated what Ridge said last week about legalizing undocumented immigrants. "The man is right. I hope he can do something for us," said Cruz while he waited for a drive-by job offer on South Ninth Avenue Monday morning. Gonzalo Mendoza, who was waiting on the street which serves as an unofficial day laborer hiring site, agreed with Cruz who was about a block away. "I can't believe that someone in the United States government would say something like that. It seems that the politicians in Mexico and the...
  • Bush: No blanket amnesty for illegals

    12/16/2003 3:47:13 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 15 replies · 184+ views ^ | Tuesday, December 16, 2003
    COMING TO AMERICABush: No blanket amnestyfor illegals But wants policy linking 'willing employer with any willing employee' Posted: December 16, 20031:00 a.m. Eastern © 2003 Responding to recent comments by Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge, President Bush said yesterday he is against offering an across-the-board amnesty to illegal workers living in the United States. President Bush at news conference yesterday (White House photo) Last week, Ridge told a town hall meeting in Miami, Fla., the U.S. should give illegal immigrants legal status. At a news conference in Washington, Bush replied, "I have constantly said that we need to have an immigration...
  • 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...
  • Impact of Latino boycott limited (Organizers railed against repeal of license law)

    12/13/2003 7:51:36 PM PST · by South40 · 33 replies · 264+ views
    The San Diego Union Tribune ^ | December 13, 2003 | Leonel Sanchez and Elena Gaona
    Celestina Gregorio of Encinitas said she gave up a day of work yesterday to protest the repeal of a state law that would have allowed undocumented immigrants like herself to apply for a driver license. The 18-year-old restaurant cook was among Latinos who participated in rallies here and across the state in support of a one-day boycott of stores, schools and work places to protest the Legislature's action last week. "It's worth it because we want to be driving legally. We don't want any problems," Gregorio said. She was among 100 people who demonstrated near a Wal-Mart store in Vista....
  • Hispanic boycott hits hard at school

    12/12/2003 1:54:28 PM PST · by TaxPayer2000 · 116 replies · 272+ views ^ | Friday, December 12, 2003
    <p>Roosevelt School in Tulare appeared to be the only elementary school affected by today's planned statewide boycott by Hispanics.</p> <p>"We have almost 200 kids out," Principal Barbara Xavier said, noting the campus has the most Hispanic students in the Tulare City School District.</p>
  • Hispanics take to California streets in protest, boycott

    12/12/2003 1:09:46 PM PST · by MikalM · 78 replies · 298+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 12/12/03 | ROBERT JABLON
    <p>Hundreds of people angered by the repeal of a law allowing undocumented immigrants to apply for driver's licenses took to the streets of cities around the state Friday to kick off a daylong boycott.</p> <p>The protest came in response to the Legislature's action last week and as part of an effort to highlight the economic contribution of California's Hispanic community, the nation's largest. The protest was planned to coincide with the feast of the Virgin of Guadalupe.</p>

    12/06/2003 3:31:26 AM PST · by sarcasm · 20 replies · 362+ views
    New York Post ^ | December 6, 2003 | ERIC LENKOWITZ
    <p>December 6, 2003 -- The five Mexican immigrants charged with savagely assaulting a woman in Queens were so anxious to rape the mom they got into a heated physical argument over who would "have relations" with her first, one of the attackers said yesterday.</p>
  • Hasta la vista, baby vigilante ranchers have taken security into their own gun-totin' hands

    12/05/2003 8:49:59 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 80 replies · 246+ views
    Sydney Morning Herald ^ | December 6, 2003 | Caroline Overington
    JACK Foote says he isn't hunting humans, but it sure looks like he's hunting something. He is dressed head to toe in combat fatigues and his private army has the type of weapons you see in Terminator movies: AK-47s and AR-15s, with 520 rounds of ammunition, 17-inch knives, and side-arms powerful enough to blow a person's brains out. Why all this firepower, Jack? "It's dangerous out there," Foote says of the journey he is about to make. "You've got rattlesnakes and scorpions, and tarantulas the size of a man's hand. And you could always get shot up." We meet Foote...
  • Man Pleads Guilty in Gang Rape

    12/05/2003 11:33:14 AM PST · by sarcasm · 52 replies · 2,827+ views
    Newsday ^ | December 5, 2003 | Herbert Lowe
    Victor Cruz, also known as Hugo Hernandez, also said in State Supreme Court in Kew Gardens that some of the men physically fought to be the first to rape the woman after they dragged her to a weeded area. < SNIP > Justice Randall Eng told the defendant he would sentence him on Jan. 15 to between 20 to 23 years in prison so long as he testifies against his co-defendants, if called upon by prosecutors to do so. Cruz said he, Luis Carmona, 22, Armando Juvenal, 21, and Jose Hernandez and Carlos Rodriguez, both 23, allegedly attacked a 38-year-old...
  • Immigrant honors student seems safe from deportation for now

    01/24/2003 3:53:42 PM PST · by holyscroller · 4 replies · 137+ views
    Denver Post Washington Bureau | January 16, 2003 | By Mike Soraghan
    Colorado Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell says he will no longer push special legislation to protect an Aurora honors student and illegal immigrant, but Jose Apodaca apparently has little reason to fear deportation any time soon. The Immigration and Naturalization Service has no timetable for issuing its findings regarding the Apodaca case. Separately, Rep Tom Tancredo, who ignited the issue by asking the agency to deport Apodaca, says he has no new plans to pressure the INS to remove the Apodaca family. Campbell, a Republican from Ignacio, said in an interview last week that he would not resubmit the bill he...