We are being invaded by a foreign country
20+ million ILLEGAL aliens are in the United States of America.
Right now in the United States of America, ILLEGAL aliens have more rights than you do!


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"There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn't an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag, and this excludes the red flag, which symbolizes all wars against liberty and civilization, just as much as it excludes any foreign flag of a nation to which we are hostile...We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language...and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people." --Theodore Roosevelt

"This nation is in danger of becoming a Third World nightmare with all the corruption, disease, illiteracy, violence and balkanization known all over the world. We need a 10-year moratorium on all immigration to catch our collective breath and we need deportation of over 10 million illegal aliens in a slow and orderly fashion." --Ed Garrison

“The 1987 amnesty was a failure; rather than reducing illegal immigration, it led to an increase,” FAIR stated. “Any new amnesty measure will further weaken respect for our immigration laws. Therefore, all amnesty measures must be defeated.” --Frosty Wooldridge

This is your nation and this is your time to take action.

President barry shits on the United States.

This is a picture of YOUR American president, (president barry soetoro, a.k.a barack obama) refusing to acknowledge the National Anthem of the United States of America. This picture clearly shows barry with his hands crossed across his vaginal area when the United States Anthem was playing.

barry has NO RESPECT for you, me, or America! Not only did he disrespect America, he just shit on the graves of every American Soldier that has died for this country.

6/15/2010 - PRESIDENT BARRY CAN'T EVEN KEEP A U.S. PARK OPEN!!! He gave the park to mexico & the illegal alien mexican drug cartel!!!

7/6/2010 - American President barry soetoro sues AMERICA!!!

9/11/2010 - YOUR president just gave mexico $1 billion dollars for deepwater oil drilling despite his own moratorium on U.S. deepwater drilling!? More proof that barry hates America!


1. the offense of acting to overthrow one's government or to harm or kill its sovereign. 2. A violation of allegiance to one's sovereign or to one's state. 3. the betrayal of a trust or confidence; breach of faith; treachery.


1. a person who betrays another, a cause, or any trust. 2. a person who commits treason by betraying his or her country.

Pslam 109:8

May his days be few; may another take his place of leadership.

barry say's, "our borders are safe."


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What's in their backpacks? Are any of them sick with a contagious disease?

United States Code, Title 8, Chapter 12, Subchapter II, Part VIII, §1325 - "Improper Entry by Alien," any citizen of any country other than the United States who: 1) Enters or attempts to enter the United States at any time or place other than as designated by immigration officers; or 2) Eludes examination or inspection by immigration officers; or 3) Attempts to enter or obtains entry to the United States by a willfully false or misleading representation or the willful concealment of a material fact; has committed a federal crime.

Violations are punishable by criminal fines and imprisonment for up to six months. Repeat offenses can bring up to two years in prison. Additional civil fines may be imposed at the discretion of immigration judges, but civil fines do not negate the criminal sanctions or nature of the offense.




Illegal Alien

1. a foreigner who has entered or resides in a country unlawfully or without the country's authorization. 2. a foreigner who enters the U.S. without an entry or immigrant visa, esp. a person who crosses the border by avoiding inspection or who overstays the period of time allowed as a visitor, tourist, or businessperson.


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Friday, April 30, 2010

Border States Deal With More Illegal Alien Crime Than Most, Data Suggest

Arizona lawmakers say their new immigration enforcement law will help them fight an illegal immigrant crime wave that is sweeping the state, a claim that is backed by studies and statistics that suggest border states have a disproportionately high number of criminals who are illegal immigrants.

"We've been inundated with criminal activity. It's just -- it's been outrageous," Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer told Fox News.

"Crime is off the chart in this state," added Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, president of the Arizona Association of Sheriffs.

Critics have called Arizona officials racist, intolerant and downright unconstitutional for passing the law, which makes illegal immigration a state crime and allows police to demand documentation from anyone they suspect is an illegal immigrant.

While the correlation between illegal immigrants and crime is almost impossible to quantify precisely, the available numbers indicate that Arizona -- as well as California and Texas -- are dealing with increased crime as a result of high illegal immigrant populations and activity.

Part of this is because some of those immigrants are being arrested based on immigration-related charges. A Pew Hispanic Center report last year said "increased enforcement" of immigration laws accounts for part of the trend.

But there are other crimes, many of which are drug-related. Furthermore, illegal immigrants and smuggling organizations have been linked to some specific violent crimes in Arizona. Local officials frequently cite the rash of kidnappings in their state in defending the new law. The Department of Justice's latest National Drug Threat Assessment says there were 267 kidnappings in Phoenix last year and 299 in 2008. The report said the victims usually have a connection to immigrant smuggling groups or drug traffickers.

The report also showed that assaults against U.S. law enforcement on the southwestern border are on the rise. The report found that the number of attacks on Border Patrol agents increased 46 percent to 1,097 incidents in fiscal 2008. The report said the assaults were mostly related to immigrant smuggling.

Together, Arizona, California and Texas are now home to 4.7 million of the 11 million illegal immigrants the Department of Homeland Security estimates are in the country.

Other states with high illegal immigrant populations -- like Illinois -- do not have a lot of illegal immigrant prisoners. Federal statistics show the illegal immigrant population is actually underrepresented in Illinois prisons.

But a comprehensive study released late last year from the Center for Immigration Studies cited federal law enforcement data showing that illegal immigrants made up a disproportionate share of the state prison populations in California and Arizona.

In 2004, the year when the data was most recently available, 12.4 percent of California prisoners were illegal immigrants, as compared with an estimated 6.9 percent of the state population. In Arizona, 11.1 percent of the prison population was undocumented, compared with 7 percent of the overall state population. In Texas, the percentage was also slightly higher in the prisons than it was statewide.

A Government Accountability Office study from 2005 also found that most illegal immigrant arrests were happening in California, Texas and Arizona. The study sampled a prison population of more than 55,000 illegal immigrants, and found that 80 percent of all the arrests were in those three states.

But overall, it's hard to say that illegal immigrants have triggered a crime explosion in any of these states, though the recent killing of Arizona rancher Robert Krentz by a suspected illegal immigrant has served as a rallying cry for advocates of tougher enforcement.

FBI statistics show California and Texas had a violent crime average slightly higher than the national average 2008, while Arizona's average was slightly lower.

Jessica Vaughan, a co-author of the Center for Immigration Studies report and policy director at the think tank, said the bottom line is that connections between illegal immigrants and crime are hard to draw.

"We didn't find any evidence to support the idea that either immigrants are more prone to crime or less prone to crime than ... legally resident Americans," she said. "It's very tricky."

Vaughan said part of the problem is that no federal database keeps a dependable count of how many illegal immigrants are convicted of crimes. Federal prison data, for instance, breaks out non-citizens in its data, but that covers several groups and not just illegal immigrants.

Some jurisdictions do keep track, though, and with the data that is available, Vaughan said it's apparent that there is a connection between illegal immigrants and certain types of crimes, like drug trafficking and identify theft. And, she said, illegal immigrants have a tendency toward recidivism.

The GAO report found that of the undocumented residents surveyed, almost all of them had more than one arrest. They averaged about eight arrests per person. Nearly half of the offenses were for drug crimes or immigration violations.

But for those immigrants who are being caught and convicted, their immigration status itself is often the offense.

The Pew Hispanic Center study from February 2009 found that even though Hispanics make up 13 percent of the adult population, they accounted for 40 percent of sentenced federal offenders in 2007. Almost half of those offenses were immigration-related.


Video - Pinal County Deputy Shot by Illegal Alien (Phoenix Fox News Coverage)

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Video - Governor Jan Brewer on Greta van Susteren

Video - Michelle Malkin rips Francisco Hernandez border attorney on Sean Hannity's show

Video - Dumbest pro-illegal alien, (democrat) woman in the world!!!!!

The World’s Worst Immigration Laws

Think Arizona's new immigration law is harsh? The Grand Canyon state has nothing on these guys.



Country: Italy

Immigrant population: 3.9 million

What the law does: Like much of southern Europe, Italy faces the daunting challenge of trying to regulate and manage massive migration inflows from North Africa and the Mediterranean. In response, the Italian government has instituted various measures aimed at curbing immigration. One of the harshest, passed by parliament in 2009, penalizes illegal immigrants with a fine of €5,000-10,000 and allows immigration officials to detain them for up to 6 months.

Reactions: Suffice it to say that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's tough new legislation has done little to allay the rising tension in Italy over immigration and its role in Italian society. This tension came to a head this January when race riots erupted in Rosarno, a small town in the southern region of Calabria that is home to some 20,000 migrant workers, many of whom are African. The riots, which lasted for two days, left cars destroyed, shops looted, more than 50 immigrants and police officers wounded, and many rioters handcuffed and detained.



Country: Switzerland

Immigrant population: 1.7 million

What the law does: Switzerland's uneasy relationship with its Muslim immigrant population became very public in recent years thanks to the rise of the far-right Swiss People's Party (SVP) and the referendum that resulted in a ban on mosque minarets in 2009. One subject that hasn't been getting as much publicity, however, is a tough new immigration law proposed by the SVP that is currently awaiting referendum. The law would allow the Swiss government to immediately deport all convicted criminals from other countries and -- depending on which specific provisions of the bill pass -- potentially their family members.

Reactions: After the SVP distributed a now-infamous poster in 2007 depicting three white sheep kicking out one black sheep above the caption "For More Security," the U.N. instructed its special rapporteur on racism to request an official explanation from the government regarding the poster (at the time, the SVP held a plurality of seats in the Swiss coalition government). Swiss society has become polarized over the immigration law debate. In 2007, opponents of the bill formed the short-lived "Black Sheep Committee" to support immigrants rights -- but enthusiasm for the SVP and its policies continues to grow.



Country: Australia

Immigrant Population: 5.5 million

What the law does: Despite its anything-goes image, Australia has a surprisingly draconian immigration policy. And none of the country's various immigration laws is more controversial than the Migration Reform Act of 1992 and its subsequent amendments, which collectively require the authorities to detain all non-citizens who are discovered in Australia without a valid visa. Between 1999 and 2003, the law was used to detain more than 2,000 child refugees from Southeast Asia and the Middle East who were seeking asylum in Australia.

Reactions: The law has seriously irked human rights NGOs. In 2001, Human Rights Watch sent Prime Minister John Howard a forceful letter arguing that the legislation "seriously contravenes Australia's obligations to non-citizens, refugees and asylum seekers under international human rights and refugee law." Three years later, the Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission released a report condemning the government for the abuses and human rights violations child refugees suffered while being detained. Although Kevin Rudd's government has softened certain provisions of the law, it is still being employed to intercept and detain illegal immigrants.



Country: Japan

Immigrant Population: 1.7 million

What the law does: Japan has long struggled with its demographics and immigration problems. Although the country's aging population necessitates the importing of cheap labor, recently the Japanese government has sought to curtail immigration in an effort to shore up its unprecedentedly high unemployment figures. The most infamous of Tokyo's new anti-immigration policies is the "Nikkei" Law. Passed in spring 2009, the law allows the Japanese government to pay $3,000 to each unemployed Latin American immigrant of Japanese descent (known as Nikkei in Japanese) and $2,000 to each of that unemployed worker's family members to return to their country of origin. The catch? These workers and their family members would be prohibited from ever returning to work in Japan. An estimated 366,000 Brazilians and Peruvians lived in Japan at the time.

Reactions: Although the law is voluntary, it's nevertheless stirred up a deal of controversy within Japan. Some support the measure as being economically prudent, while others, such as Angelo Ishi of Musashi University in Tokyo, describe the law as "an insult" to Japan's immigrant communities. Much of the Western press has taken a relatively neutral stance on the issue, aside from Time, which ran a story with the headline "Japan to Immigrants: Thanks, But You Can Go Home Now."



Country: United Arab Emirates

Immigrant population: 3.75 million (83.5 percent of total population)

What the law does: An abundant supply of cheap immigrant labor from Southeast Asia and India has helped make the UAE a major destination for foreign direct investment. Yet despite a surge of immigration into the Emirates over the past decade, the government has yet to reform its many draconian immigration policies and labor laws. One of the toughest provisions in Emirati immigration law is the prohibition of foreigners from engaging in any sort of labor union-like activity. As a result, living conditions are often harsh, including 80-hour work weeks, back-breaking manual labor, and below-minimum-wage pay. It's not atypical for immigrants to live in "tiny pre-fabricated huts, 12 men to a room, forced to wash themselves in filthy brown water and cook in kitchens next to overflowing toilets."

Reactions: Whereas in the past criticism of UAE immigration and labor law seemed to come only from human rights NGOs and international organizations like the U.N., more recently the immigrants themselves have begun to denounce such laws. Immigrant workers in Dubai have been particularly vocal. In 2006, a group of blue-collar workers in Dubai held a union meeting and protested the unfair working and living conditions that their employers subject them to. More recently, in September 2009, construction workers went on strike and protested in the streets, demanding higher wages and overtime pay.


Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Video - Alex Jones telling it how it is; Illegal aliens

How Mexico Treats Illegal Aliens

Mexican president Felipe Calderón has accused Arizona of opening the door “to intolerance, hate, discrimination, and abuse in law enforcement.” But Arizona has nothing on Mexico when it comes to cracking down on illegal aliens. While open-borders activists decry the new enforcement measures signed into law in “Nazi-zona” last week, they remain deaf, dumb, or willfully blind to the unapologetically restrictionist policies of our neighbors to the south.

The Arizona law bans sanctuary cities that refuse to enforce immigration laws, stiffens penalties against illegal-alien day laborers and their employers, makes it a misdemeanor for immigrants to fail to complete and carry an alien-registration document, and allows the police to arrest immigrants unable to show documents proving they are in the U.S. legally. If those rules constitute the racist, fascist, xenophobic, inhumane regime that the National Council of La Raza, Al Sharpton, Catholic bishops, and their grievance-mongering followers claim, then what about these regulations and restrictions imposed on foreigners?

The Mexican government will bar foreigners if they upset “the equilibrium of the national demographics.” How’s that for racial and ethnic profiling?

If outsiders do not enhance the country’s “economic or national interests” or are “not found to be physically or mentally healthy,” they are not welcome. Neither are those who show “contempt against national sovereignty or security.” They must not be economic burdens on society and must have clean criminal histories. Those seeking to obtain Mexican citizenship must show a birth certificate, provide a bank statement proving economic independence, pass an exam, and prove they can provide their own health care.

Illegal entry into the country is equivalent to a felony punishable by two years’ imprisonment. Document fraud is subject to fine and imprisonment; so is alien marriage fraud. Evading deportation is a serious crime; illegal re-entry after deportation is punishable by ten years’ imprisonment. Foreigners may be kicked out of the country without due process and the endless bites at the litigation apple that illegal aliens are afforded in our country (see, for example, President Obama’s illegal-alien aunt — a fugitive from deportation for eight years who is awaiting a second decision on her previously rejected asylum claim).

Law-enforcement officials at all levels — by national mandate — must cooperate to enforce immigration laws, including illegal-alien arrests and deportations. The Mexican military is also required to assist in immigration-enforcement operations. Native-born Mexicans are empowered to make citizens’ arrests of illegal aliens and turn them in to authorities.

Ready to show your papers? Mexico’s National Catalog of Foreigners tracks all outside tourists and foreign nationals. A National Population Registry tracks and verifies the identity of every member of the population, who must carry a citizens’ identity card. Visitors who do not possess proper documents and identification are subject to arrest as illegal aliens.

All of these provisions are enshrined in Mexico’s Ley General de Población (General Law of the Population) and were spotlighted in a 2006 research paper published by the Washington, D.C.–based Center for Security Policy. There’s been no public clamor for “comprehensive immigration reform” in Mexico, however, because pro-illegal-alien speech by outsiders is prohibited.

Consider: Open-borders protesters marched freely at the Capitol building in Arizona, comparing Republican governor Jan Brewer to Hitler, waving Mexican flags, advocating that demonstrators “smash the state,” and holding signs that proclaimed “No human is illegal” and “We have rights.”

But under the Mexican constitution, such political speech by foreigners is banned. Noncitizens cannot “in any way participate in the political affairs of the country.” In fact, a plethora of Mexican statutes enacted by its congress limit the participation of foreign nationals and companies in everything from investment, education, mining, and civil aviation to electric energy and firearms. Foreigners have severely limited (if any) private-property and employment rights.

As for abuse, the Mexican government is notorious for its abuse of Central American illegal aliens who attempt to violate Mexico’s southern border. The Red Cross has protested rampant Mexican police corruption, intimidation, and bribery schemes targeting illegal aliens there for years. Mexico didn’t respond by granting mass amnesty to illegal aliens, as it is demanding that we do. It clamped down on its borders even further. In late 2008, the Mexican government launched an aggressive deportation plan to curtain illegal Cuban immigration and human trafficking through Cancun.

Meanwhile, Mexican consular offices in the United States have coordinated with left-wing social-justice groups and the Catholic Church’s leadership to demand a moratorium on all deportations and a freeze on all employment raids across America.

Mexico is doing the job Arizona is now doing — a job the U.S. government has failed miserably to do: putting its people first. Here’s the proper rejoinder to all the hysterical demagogues in Mexico (and their sympathizers here on American soil) now calling for boycotts and invoking Jim Crow laws, apartheid, and the Holocaust because Arizona has taken its sovereignty into its own hands:



Illegal Alien Crime Wave Sparked Arizona Law

Phoenix ~ The frustration had been building for years in Arizona with every drug-related kidnapping, every home invasion, every "safe house" discovered crammed with illegal immigrants from Mexico.

The tensions finally spilled over this month with passage of the nation's toughest law against illegal immigration, a measure that has put Arizona at the center of the heated debate over how to deal with the millions of people who sneak into the U.S. every year.

A number of factors combined to produce the law: a heavily conservative Legislature, the ascent of a Republican governor, anger over the federal government's failure to secure the border, and growing anxiety over crime that reached a fever pitch last month with the slaying of an Arizona rancher, apparently by an illegal immigrant.

"The public wants something done. They're tired of it," said state Sen. Russell Pearce, who sponsored the legislation. "They've seen the ineptness and the malfeasance on the part of the government, and they're frustrated."


illegal alien gang member sentenced, tried to sneak knife in court

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - A gang member has been sentenced to die after he murdered two brothers in the name of the MS-13 gang. Sources tell us he was so bold he attempted to bring a homemade weapon into the courtroom when the trial started.

A federal jury voted Wednesday afternoon to put Alejandro Umana to death. They have been deliberating his fate since late Tuesday night. Umana's attorney plans to appeal the decision.

A jury found him guilty of murdering the two brothers in Greensboro more than a week ago, after deliberating for nearly eight hours. He was busted in 2008 as part of a huge racketeering case in Charlotte involving MS-13 members.

Gang detectives from Los Angeles were brought to Charlotte to testify in Umana's sentencing hearing this week. They say Umana was connected to three murders in California.

On the first day of jury selection, sources say Umana concealed in his pants a homemade knife which he made in jail. As U.S. Marshals patted Umana down before entering the courtroom, they found the knife near his genital area.

During the trial, Umana caused a major disruption in court when he flashed gang signs at a former gang member who testified against him.

Umana is an illegal immigrant from El Salvador. When he first entered the United States, he went to California. From there, he eventually traveled to North Carolina.

Sources tell WBTV that Umana was sent by top leaders of the MS-13 gang to Greensboro and Charlotte to ensure the gang's presence in those cities was operating as it should.


Video - Arizona Governor Jan Brewer - In Her Own Words

Calif. congressman wants to deport children of illegal aliens. So does over half of America

An audience member asked Hunter, "Would you support deportation of natural-born American citizens that are the children of illegal aliens?"

Hunter responded, "I would have to, yes."

The congressman continued, "It's a complex issue and ... you could look and say, 'You're a mean guy. That's a mean thing to do. That's not a humanitarian thing to do.' " Hunter added, "We simply cannot afford what we're doing right now. We just can't afford it. California's going under."

The congressman confirmed the comments to the North County Times and told the newspaper that he also supports House Resolution 1868, introduced last year but stalled in a House committee. The measure calls for the elimination of automatic citizenship of children born in the United States to illegal immigrants.

At the Saturday gathering, Hunter said, "It takes more than just walking across the border to become an American citizen - it's what's in our souls."


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Congressional candidate says illegal aliens should have microchips embedded, likens group to dogs

Oops! This one's gonna be a favorite of MSNBC for a while...

Iowa congressional candidate Pat Betroche kinda stepped in it while discussing immigration issues earlier this week. Tougher border security can certainly play well at a Republican forum, but when you compare illegal immigrants to dogs and suggest putting microchips in them, you may not come across all that well.

Update: Betroche told the Ticket that he does not support embedding microchips in humans and, due to time constraints, was unable to explain that he was merely offering a "critical social commentary on how inane and radical the discussion has become regarding the immigration issue." His full statement is at the bottom of the post.

While speaking at the GOP gathering on Monday, Betroche, a doctor, said his prescription for fixing the illegal immigrant problem in the U.S. is simple: “I think we should catch ’em, we should document ’em, make sure we know where they are and where they are going. I actually support microchipping them. I can microchip my dog so I can find it. Why can’t I microchip an illegal?"

Give it to Betroche, however. His astute political radar was going off even while saying it. “That’s not a popular thing to say, but it’s a lot cheaper than building a fence they can tunnel under,” he said.

Dadgummit! Turns out he was right. His comments are unpopular -- and viral. And just like the cartoonist who backed away from her Everybody Draw Muhammad Day idea once it became controversial, he's doing the same thing.

Turns out he didn't mean to say he "actually supports microchipping them." In fact, what he meant to say, apparently, was actually just the opposite, and he doesn't know how that dog comparison happened.

"I don't support microchipping anybody, and it also didn't occur to me I was comparing dogs to illegal immigrants," he said in an interview Tuesday.

So why'd he say it? He was trying to "illustrate a social commentary on how radical" the issue has become.

And good news for amnesty supporters: He's softened up a bit. In the same interview, he acknowledged that "shooting them at the border is radical" too.

Full statement by Betroche: First, I want to say that I was quoted accurately in The Gazette Online. However, due to time and not withing to be rude, I was not able to complete my statement, which would have made it clear it was a critical social commentary on how inane and radical the discussion has become regarding the immigration issue. Ideas ranging from fences to shooting everyone as they cross the border have been proposed. The Soviets, Chinese, and Nazis all built walls to try to control the flow of the population. They all failed. Right now, the Mexicans simply dig underneath our walls and fences. In fact, one rancher in Arizona put a gate into the fence with signs pointing the way so he wouldn't have to repair it so often.

In India and Africa, they brand and mark the undesirables. That approach does not work either. Amnesty has already been tried by Pres. Reagan, and that has failed.

In India, they have a caste of people called the Untouchables. We are creating the same kind of caste here with illegal immigrants. At what point do we stop with the political ideologies, and start discussing common sense solutions? How many more boxcars full of dead immigrants do we need before we start addressing, in realistic terms, this tsunami of human slavery? How many more torn and broken families do we need before we agree to address, in practical terms, the magnitude of human misery created by illegal immigration?

I do not support micro-chipping humans. And I did not mean to compare illegal immigrants to dogs. I am listening to people's ideas on this issue. I have a internet radio show every Friday from 2-4pm, “The Reasonable Republican”, on www.desmoinesamplified.com, where we discuss timely issues.

-- Jimmy Orr


Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Iowa GOP candidate: Install microchips in illegal aliens

Instead of building a border fence to help stem illegal immigration, the U.S. government should implant microchips into immigrants before deportation, much like what is done with pets, Pat Bertroche, an Urbandale, Iowa–based physician and one of seven Republicans running in Iowa’s 3rd District Congressional primary, said Monday.

While speaking at a Tama County Republican forum, Bertroche made it clear that he wasn’t joking when he suggested treating undocumented immigrants like pets.

From the Cedar Rapids Gazette:

“I think we should catch ’em, we should document ’em, make sure we know where they are and where they are going,” said Pat Bertroche, an Urbandale physician. “I actually support microchipping them. I can micro-chip my dog so I can find it. Why can’t I microchip an illegal?

“That’s not a popular thing to say, but it’s a lot cheaper than building a fence they can tunnel under,” Bertroche said.

Five of the six other candidates vying for the chance to take on Democratic U.S. Rep. Leonard Boswell also spoke at the event, and each came out strongly against amnesty and in favor of tougher border security. State Sen. Brad Zaun of Urbandale said “illegal people who are here, put them on a bus and send them wherever they came from.” He also contended that immigrants in the country illegally receive government services, like education and health care, and typically aren’t helping pay to support those services.

But that isn’t true. A 2007 study by the non-partisan Iowa Policy Project found that the average undocumented family in Iowa pays about $1,254 in sales and excise taxes, $110 in property taxes and $307 in income taxes, for a total tax contribution of $1,671 each year. This represents approximately 80 percent of the total amount of taxes paid by a documented family in Iowa earning the same income.

Undocumented immigrant workers who work “on the books” also contribute additional state and federal taxes that go to pay for benefits that, because of their illegal status, these workers will never be able to access. Every year, employers pay the State of Iowa an estimated $1.85 million to $2.86 million in state unemployment insurance premiums on behalf of their unauthorized employees, and undocumented workers and their employers together pay an estimated $50.3 million to $77.8 million in Social Security and Medicare taxes to the federal government.


Sunday, April 25, 2010

Illegal aliens are putting undue strain on economy

Regarding David Adams’ Thursday letter to the editor, in which he explained how difficult and costly it would be to round up illegal immigrants. This is very true. But what if nothing is done?

Our government in Washington does not seem to think illegal immigration is its problem. After all, when the government does admit it has a problem, it just prints more money or borrows it from China. On the state and municipal levels, we do not have that luxury.

While I would never say that the presence of illegal immigrants is all bad, I believe we are at a point where the issue is causing serious problems. Let me focus on just one.

Not just in Nevada, but in the American Southwest, public school enrollments have dramatically increased because of families coming across the border. The tax base unfortunately is not increasing with this influx. We are reading every day that school systems are faced with funding shortages and are being forced to cut pay, let staff go, increase class sizes, cut programs, or maybe all of the above.

My point is that Washington is not being sensitive to a problem that is out of hand. I am sure that I am not the only one who sees more partisan politics going on and too little problem-solving. Do we need to send up a distress signal, SOS, save our state?


Thursday, April 22, 2010

Illegal alien in Stamford, CT arrested for woman's brutal assault

On Sunday, police in Stamford arrested Rudy Cortez-Angel, 20, and charged him with first-degree assault, after a brutal attack, a week earlier, left a 37-year-old woman unconscious and badly bleeding. The wounds to her head and back required 50 stitches.

Cortez-Angel, a Salvadoran national, allegedly knocked the woman out with a flower pot. Among other injuries, the woman sustained a broken arm in the attack.

Though an illegal alien, Cortez-Angel works at a local pizza parlor.

According to Stamford police Sgt. Anthony Lupina, several anonymous callers identified Cortez-Angel as the attacker, and led police to his location.

Officers with the Major Crimes Unit found fake Social Security and Permanent Resident cards in his apartment.

Angel-Cortez is due in Stamford Superior Court on April 30. Judge William Wenzel set his bond at $25,000.


Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Video - McCain: Illegal Aliens Intentionally Cause Accidents

Illegal aliens entering U.S. with criminal records

The people of Arizona are fed up when it comes to illegal immigration. And they ought to be.

Almost one in five of those caught trying to enter the state illegally from Mexico has a criminal record.

It's one reason why Senators John McCain and John Kyl are calling for 3,000 National Guard troops to be deployed to Arizona's border with Mexico.

They also want federal funding for an additional 3,000 U.S. customs and border agents, a double-row border fence, increased mobile surveillance and hardship duty pay for border patrol agents.

But it's not the only reason... at least for McCain. Can you tell he's in danger of losing his Senate seat this November? Where have all the clowns in Washington been on this issue since 9/11? Virtually nothing has been done to secure the nation's borders... because Democrats want the Mexican vote and Republican donors want the illegal aliens to work for them.

President Obama insists his administration is committed to securing the borders and has taken "unprecedented" steps over the past 14 months. What a load.

The fact is it's unlikely anything will be done about illegal immigration now that we're in an election year for the reasons laid out above.

But Arizona is taking measures into its own hands. The state Senate has passed a tough immigration bill that would force police to arrest people who can't prove they're in the country legally.

Critics say it would lead to racial profiling. So what? The state's governor has five days to veto the bill or sign it into law.

Here’s my question to you: What should be done about border security if almost 20 percent of illegal immigrants entering Arizona from Mexico have criminal records?

Interested to know which ones made it on air?

Sterling in Phoenix writes:
We in Arizona are tired of paying for health care for illegal immigrants; they clog our emergency rooms. This will do more to contain medical costs in Arizona than anything Obama or Congress have done.

J. in Arizona writes:
What's the big [Biden quote] deal? As a white Arizonan, I carry the state-mandated driver's license, a federally mandated SS card and proof that I carry auto insurance. I am required to show these things any time law enforcement requests it. The segment of society that is howling about the potential for some REAL immigration oversight is the far-left Latino whiners who don't want to be profiled (simply because massive numbers of their illegal voters-to-be might be asked to leave the country they have illegally entered).

John writes:
What do I have to carry to prove I'm a natural-born U.S. citizen if I travel to Arizona? Do I need to get a passport to travel in my own country? Can they arrest me if I don't have proof of my birth? I know drivers' licenses and Social Security cards prove nothing. How many innocent people will they stuff in jail just because they don't have a passport?

Aaron writes:
I am beside myself with frustration over watching previously prosperous neighborhoods being turned into border town slums by illegal immigrants who have absolutely no investment in this country. For them, this country is but one thing: a cash cow.

Sam in California writes:
I lived in a small town on the eastern slope of the High Sierra for 30 years. It was beautiful; we didn't lock our doors. There was no crime – until the illegals came to town. They are now over half the total population, living 20 to a house. Now there is crime, the hospital is about to go out of business because of the cost of providing care to the women who bear 5 or 6 children as fast as they can. It's horrendous. Illegals have taken advantage of America and it must stop now.


Arizona Sheriff Says Cops Are Being Killed by Illegal Aliens; Joins Call for U.S. Troops at Border

(CNSNews.com) – Law enforcement officials from the Arizona counties hardest hit by illegal immigration say they want U.S. troops to help secure the border, to prevent the deaths of more officers at the hands of criminals who enter the country illegally.

“We’ve had numerous officers that have been killed by illegal immigrants in Arizona,” Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said Monday at a Capitol Hill news conference. “And that shouldn’t happen one time.”

Babeu said the violence in Arizona has reached “epidemic proportions” and must be stopped. “In just one patrol area, we’ve had 64 pursuits -- failure to yield for an officer -- in one month,” Babeu said. “That’s out of control.”

The recent murder of Arizona rancher Robert Krentz, who was shot to death last month on his own property, apparently by an illegal alien, also has fueled public outrage.

Arizona Sens. John McCain and John Kyl, both Republicans, called Monday’s news conference to announce a 10-point plan to secure the border between Arizona and Mexico. They are requesting the immediate deployment of 3,000 National Guard troops and a permanent increase of 3,000 more Custom and Border Protection Agents along the state’s border by 2015.

McCain, who faces a tough primary election against conservative Republican JD Hayworth in September, sponsored an immigration-reform bill in 2000 that would have established a guest-worker program and a “pathway to citizenship” for illegal immigrants. The bill was opposed by many conservatives. He also supported immigration-reform bills in 2006 and again in 2007.

But on Monday, McCain was talking only about enforcement: "The lesson is clear: First we have to secure the border," McCain said. "If you want to enact some other reforms, how can that be effective when you have a porous border?”

Later on Monday, McCain told Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly that he changed his stance on immigration over a year ago. McCain also made that point at Monday’s press conference:

“Let me just say that one of the requirements is absolutely that we need to send 3,000 National Guard troops along the Arizona Mexico border – something that Senator Kyl and I called for well over a year ago,” McCain said.

Kyl said the effort to make sure the government fulfills its responsibility to enforce federal immigration law goes back to the days when Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano was still governor of Arizona. But Napolitano has not responded to the latest request for troops through the proposed 10-point plan.

“Every one of these recommendations has been recommended to us by people who are on the front line,” Kyl said. “And many of these recommendations are not new. They have been part of what we have been writing to the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security about for a long time.”

The senators’ plan includes a wide range of tactics for securing the border, including funding and supporting Operation Streamline, which calls for criminal charges against and incarceration of individuals who enter the U.S. illegally

“If you come into America and you’re here illegally, guess what? There is no catch and release. You should be detained for 14 to 21 days and then formally deported,” Babeu said of Operation Streamline. “You come back, guess what? You’re going to prison. That’s what we’ve got to do,” Babeu said.

The plan also calls for the federal government to reimburse the state for the cost of enforcing immigration laws, the installation of fencing in strategic areas, increasing surveillance capabilities and installing a federal magistrate in the state to oversee immigration cases.

McCain and others at the press conference said that more than half of the 1 million illegal aliens apprehended in the U.S. last year were arrested in Arizona and that 17 percent of those are known to have criminal records in the United States.

“Folks, your cops, your sheriffs cannot do this alone,” Babeu said. “We’re doing our best and we’re overwhelmed. We’re stressed and things are out of control. We need the help of troops that are deployed along the border, additional resources for our border patrol and a zero tolerance policy.”

Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever said he believes the porous southern border is not only dangerous to Arizona but to the entire nation, since terrorists could slip through just as easily as drug dealers. “To me, therein lies the real threat to our homeland security,” Dever said.

The senators announced their 10-point plan on the same day the Arizona Legislature sent a tough new immigration bill to Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, who has not yet said whether she will sign it.

The bill, championed as a law-and-order measure by its supporters, would make it a misdemeanor to be in the state illegally, and it would require police to question people about their immigration status if there's reason to suspect they're in the country illegally.


Sunday, April 18, 2010

Texas Sheriff Warns Residents Near Mexican Border: 'Arm Yourselves'

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: Some people in Texas and Arizona are terrified, and, frankly, for good reason. Just over the border there's the bloodiest violence you can imagine, drug cartels beheading their enemies, bloodshed every single day in the most violent ways imaginable. Even employees in American consulate gunned down in broad daylight.

Is the Mexican violence coming over the border at us? An ominous warning sign was Arizona rancher Robert Prince who was murdered last month. Police suspected illegal immigrant killed him.

So how should Americans living on the border protect themselves, or can they? Sheriff Arvin West just gave a warning to residents of the border town Fort Hancock, arm yourselves. Sheriff Arvin West joins us live. Good evening, sir.


VAN SUSTEREN: Sheriff, typically law enforcement protects citizens. You are telling citizens they need to arm themselves. Is that an admission that things have changed drastically?

WEST: Greta, what I'm telling my farmers and ranchers to arm themselves. They are out in the fields working doing an honest day's work trying to make a leaving. While they are out there, they are really vulnerable. People come up behind them, and like the rancher in Arizona. I don't know the details of what happened out there, but I don't want the same scenario taking place out here.

VAN SUSTEREN: I take it the border is absolutely porous there, is that correct?

WEST: Yes, ma'am, it sure is. It is wide open.

VAN SUSTEREN: What do you recommend besides arming themselves? Let's back up a little bit. I realize the danger, but is there anything that the federal or state government could be doing and should be doing?

WEST: Well, the federal government, there again, we've had a few congressmen come down and we've had some congressmen that really are showing leadership on this. But the fact of the matter is we need to have boots on the ground. We need to have people up on the levees on the border protecting the border.

VAN SUSTEREN: And I shouldn't be so sarcastic, but you say they come down and show leadership. I think leadership also includes the ability to get the product. One thing to go down and say this is horrible, you really need this. But has anything improve in the last year for you?

WEST: It hasn't improved in the last four years. Border patrol has sent a bunch of agents down here. Unfortunately, they are dealing in growing pains. Normally where you would have one or two boys patrolling, you have five or six riding in the same unit because they are training and it's going to take a couple of years to get that training out of them.

But in the meantime the killing continues. The possibility of them crossing over here and killing somebody on this side is very real.

VAN SUSTEREN: How bad is the killing right over the border from your area?

WEST: They've estimated around 600 in the valley, --

VAN SUSTEREN: And 600 what?

WEST: Six-hundred people killed over there since --

VAN SUSTEREN: Is this all thought to be drug-related?

WEST: Well, it is drug-related. But some of the people that have gotten killed are innocent people. That's just a conservative number. You know, I really believe there is going to be a lot more since 600, and that's since January 1st of this year.

VAN SUSTEREN: Is it spilling over into your area yet or is it still contained in Mexico?

WEST: The killing is still contained in Mexico. There's not any killing taking place on the American side other than the rancher that I know of and the incident in El Paso where they kidnapped a guy and took him into Mexico and killed him.

But the fact of the matter is citizens from Mexico have moved to our side of the river, whether it be El Paso, Fort Hancock, they've moved here for safety reasons to get away from that. And the fact that some of these people may be involved in the drug cartels, they may be trying to come here and get them.

VAN SUSTEREN: Why do you think it hasn't crossed over our border, yet? Maybe it has with this Arizona rancher. But why haven't we seen more of it?

WEST: In Texas with the leadership of our governor we've stepped up. We've got the assistance of the state police. They are next to us. So we are showing a strong presence.

The only problem with what presence we are showing we don't have that kind of manpower. For example, I got 5,000 miles to cover with 17 deputies. There's a lot of country we have to cover.

VAN SUSTEREN: That's a lot. Sheriff, thank you, sir, and good luck, sir.


Thursday, April 15, 2010

Illegal alien charged with pimping and raping mentally disabled teens

TAMPA [Florida] — Federal agents charged an illegal immigrant Tuesday with forcing a developmentally disabled girl to perform sex acts for pay at migrant worker camps across eastern Hillsborough County, according to court records.

Mario Alberto Laguna-Guerrero, 25, is accused of charging migrants $25 in exchange for sexual intercourse with the 17-year-old girl who has an IQ of 58. He is also accused of attempting to recruit the girl’s classmates and raping one of them in front of her, the document states.

“… (T)o be blunt, he became her pimp,” a special agent with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement wrote.

Laguna-Guerrero is charged with the sex trafficking of a minor and faces a maximum sentence of life in federal prison. He is being held without bond.

Hillsborough County sheriff’s deputies arrested Laguna-Guerrero on March 31 on sexual battery and prostitution charges.

During questioning, he told the special agent with a human trafficking task force that he had been dating the girl for about two years and had been sexually active with her since she was 16.

The complaint, filed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office, says he had been living with the girl and her mother for about a year. He admitted to acting as a pimp for the girl for the past four months, according to the document.

The girl told authorities she would see up to nine “johns” a night, with Laguna-Guerrero driving her to mobile homes at migrant farm worker camps on Friday and Saturday nights.

In the document, Laguna-Guerrero said he was using the money to repay a debt he owed for being smuggled into the country from Mexico in 2002. Laguna-Guerrero said his smuggler threatened to cut off his fingers if he didn’t pay.

However, the document states, Laguna-Guerrero gave inconsistent stories about the debt and how it was to be repaid.

The girl told authorities that Laguna-Guerrero would give her some of the money at the end of each night and would use his share to repair his vehicle. He said he worked picking strawberries to supplement the money the girl made.

The girl said the prostitution started in fall 2009 when Laguna-Guerrero told her it was her fault he lost his job.

She told authorities that he was not violent with her, but would cut himself and tell her it was her fault that he hurt himself. She referred to a wound on Laguna-Guerrero’s chest that authorities later confirmed.

The girl also told authorities that Laguna-Guerrero pressured her to recruit her classmates. After attempting to recruit a 16-year-old friend with the mental ability of a second-grader, the girl told authorities Laguna-Guerrero raped the friend in front of her.


Fifth illegal alien filled boat in a week intercepted off San Diego County coast

Federal authorities intercepted another immigrant-filled boat Thursday morning off the San Diego County coast, the fifth maritime smuggling attempt foiled in the last week.

U.S. Border Patrol agents apprehended eight suspected illegal immigrants as they came ashore on Swami’s Beach in Encinitas. The seven men and one woman were aboard a small panga boat.

A total of 56 immigrants and suspected smugglers have been arrested since April 9, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.


Saturday, April 10, 2010

Illegal aliens using the S.S. numbers of their U.S. born children?

Is this another reason to stop birthright citizenship?

Should illegal aliens who commit document fraud such as this be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law?

In this article children are the targets of document fraud. Do you believe they are using their U.S born childrens identities? (I know the article does not say this, but with so many cases, you know it is a huge possibility.)

What is going to happen to these children when they become of age?

Illegal, But Not Undocumented: Identity Theft, Document Fraud, And Illegal Employment

This Backgrounder examines illegal immigration-related document fraud and identity theft that is committed primarily for the purpose of employment.

It debunks three common misconceptions: illegal aliens are “undocumented;” the transgressions committed by illegal aliens to obtain jobs are minor; and illegal-alien document fraud and identity theft are victimless crimes.

It discusses how some community leaders rationalize these crimes, contributing to a deterioration of the respect for laws in our nation, and presents a variety of remedies, including more widespread electronic verification of work status (E-Verify and the Social Security Number Verification Service) and immigrant outreach programs to explain the ramifications and risks of document fraud and identity theft.

The findings include:

Illegal immigrants are not “undocumented.” They have fraudulent documents such as counterfeit Social Security cards, forged drivers licenses, fake “green cards,” and phony birth certificates.

Experts suggest that approximately 75 percent of working-age illegal aliens use fraudulent Social Security cards to obtain employment.

Most (98 percent) Social Security number (SSN) thieves use their own names with stolen numbers.


Friday, April 2, 2010

10 Illegal Aliens Steal $13M – Tax Refunds

Ten people illegally in the United States pleaded guilty for their involvement in a four-year, $13 million fraud against the Internal Revenue Service, acting U.S. Attorney Kevin F. McDonald said Thursday.

Nine defendants pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and for entering the United States without authorization, Assistant U.S. Attorney David C. Stephens told The Greenville News .

The 10th defendant pleaded guilty to mail fraud and illegal entry, Stephens said. Senior U.S. District Judge G. Ross Anderson Jr. accepted the pleas and will sentence the defendants later.

“This is the largest tax fraud case that I’m aware of ever occurring in the district of South Carolina,” Stephens said. “This is an extraordinarily serious, large case.”

McDonald said that between 2006 and November 2009, two tax preparation businesses, Seguros Internacionales, operating in Spartanburg and Forest City, N.C., and Poz Servicios Para Hispanos, operating in Boiling Springs, along with affiliated individuals filed more than 10,000 federal income tax returns claiming more than $22 million in refunds.

The IRS paid approximately $13 million in refunds before criminal investigators discovered most of the returns filed were fraudulent, McDonald said.

Seguros Internacionales and Poz Servicios Para Hispanos have been shut down, he said.

Agents estimate at least 20 people were involved in operating the scheme in which tax preparers knowingly claimed tax credits or deductions to which filers weren’t entitled, McDonald said.

One tax credit improperly claimed on a majority of the false returns was for child care expenses, prosecutors said. The credit can result in a refund even if no taxes were paid, prosecutors said.

Of the 10 people pleading guilty Thursday, nine were “runners” who solicited others to have their returns falsely prepared and then assisted them in getting their refund checks cashed, Stephens said.

McDonald identified them as Edgar Carrillo-Borjas, Miguel Angel Carrillo-Borjas, David Hernandez-Juarez, Ariana Canseco-Orozco, Maribel Juan-Orozco, Cristina Sanchez-Perez, Juan Carlos Carrillo-Roy, Carlos Carrillo-Rodriguez, all of Mexico, and Luis Gerardo Mora-Vargas, of Costa Rica.

The 10th person, Omar Maldonado-Cardenas, of Mexico, had an active role running the day-to-day operations at Seguros Internacionales for two years, McDonald said.

He said two other people in the case pleaded guilty in federal court earlier this year to obstruction of justice.

Juan Manuel Galban Ortega and Rodolfo Magana Escoto, both of Mexico, admitted burning documents and records associated with Seguros Internacionales, according to McDonald and federal court records.

On Nov. 17, approximately 100 law enforcement agents served search warrants and conducted interviews at various locations throughout the Upstate in connection with the investigation, McDonald said.

According to prosecutors, the 12 people who were convicted remain in federal custody and are awaiting sentencing. They face maximum penalties ranging from five to 20 years. All will be deported after completing their sentences, prosecutors said.

In connection with the case, five more people were arrested this week and charged with conspiring to defraud the United States, according prosecutors and court records.

Those arrested included Yolanda Poz of Boiling Springs, Lisa Mendoza of Spartanburg, Teresa Bravo of Pacolet, and Ashley Moore of Forest City, according to McDonald and court records. A fifth person was arrested Thursday, Stephens said.

None could be reached for comment.

The investigation is ongoing, and more charges are likely, McDonald said.

He said the case is being investigated by agents from the IRS, the United States Postal Inspection Service, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.