Thursday, July 29, 2010

In respect to Terry Anderson

Listen to tributes to the late Terry Anderson by immigration reform greats such as Tom Tancredo, Roy Beck, Russell Pearce, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Dan Stein...just to mention a few.

Another Blow for Mexico

As part of his continuing quest to advance the cause of the Mexican takeover of the American Southwest, Barack Obama pressured a U.S. District Judge to stop the enforcement of an Arizona law designed to protect its citizens against the Mexican invasion.
It was best summarized by Heather Mac Donald: "In enjoining Arizona's landmark immigration law, U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton maintains the Obama administration's carefully cultivated fiction: that what concerns the White House regarding S.B. 1070 is its effect on legal, rather than illegal, aliens. Almost nowhere in the government's briefs or the judge's ruling is the arrest and detention of illegal aliens addressed. This fiction is transparent, however. The real threat posed by S.B. 1070 was that it would disrupt the de facto amnesty that the executive branch has accorded to the vast majority of illegal aliens. It would start to implement congressional mandates and the public will that the immigration laws be enforced. For that reason, it had to be stopped."
Americans have been so intimidated by the left that they are afraid to even discuss the possibility that we are being invaded by a hostile force: Mexico. Even worse, it is an invasion supported by the President of the United States.
They had better wake up and smell the refried beans.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Im back

long time but will get back into the game with the up most recent action from coast to coast folks!

Thursday, September 6, 2007

Austin American-StatesmanTancredo: Mexican drug runners and gangs moving to the U.S.Presidential candidate Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo, blasted comments this week by Mexican president Felipe Calderon. -- Calderon said at his State of the Union speech Sunday that he would continue to protest "unilateral actions" of the U.S. Congress that "exacerbate the persecution" of Mexican illegal immigrants in the United States.

Video ClipsLou Dobbs Tonight -- CNN -- September 5, 2007

Friday, August 31, 2007

Bush Still At ItFighting to Let Mexican Trucks Into U.S.

Romans ...The Teamsters filed suit in the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to block an administration plan allowing Mexican trucks deep into this country as early perhaps as Saturday. Teamsters president Jimmy Hoffa called it a slap in the face to American workers opening highways to potentially dangerous Mexican trucks on Labor Day weekend. Opponents of the plan also warn the Mexican big rigs are not subject to U.S. safety standards. And Mexican trucks crossing into America's heartland could further compromise border security. [...] Sylvester: An August report by the Department of Transportation's inspector general found Mexico has no certified testing laboratories for drug and alcohol testing of drivers. And systems used to track convictions of Mexican commercial drivers contain data inconsistencies. Watch Transcript