Obama’s refusal unconstitutional, new numbers and more

Obama’s refusal to deport illegal aliens unconstitutional, say law professors

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Two law professors, including one who served in the Bush Justice Department, have published a paper charging that President Obama violated the Constitution with his directive to law enforcement not to deport illegal aliens.
In the paper entitled, “The Obama Administration, the Dream Act and the Take Care Clause,” authors Robert Delahunty of the University of St. Thomas [Minnesota] and John Yoo, a law professor at University of California at Berkeley and former U.S. deputy assistant attorney general, blast Obama’s moratorium on deporting certain illegal immigrants. The professors dismissed the idea that the decision on whether to deport illegal immigrants who are arrested for minor infractions is a matter of prosecutorial discretion.
The violent César Chávez legacy towards illegal aliens

To many on the political left, community organizer César Chávez, founder of the United Farm Workers Union (UFW), is venerated and looked upon almost as the Patron Saint of the Downtrodden and Abused, especially among the Latino community.
Despite Barack Obama recently designating the home of Chávez as America’s newest national monument, the labor leader has a past history with illegal immigrants that most Obamanistas would rather not be known.
As reported by Fox News, while speaking at the dedication ceremony of Chávez’s sprawling 187-acre hacienda grande named La Paz (The Peace), Obama proclaimed Chávez as;
“a hero who brought hope to millions of poor, disenfranchised farm workers who otherwise might have remained ‘invisible’ to much of the nation.”
The Chief Executive went on to state;
“Our world is a better place because Cesar Chavez decided to change it.”
But Not So Good For Illegal Immigrants…
As cited* by the University of Houston, Chávez had quite a different opinion of those downtrodden who entered into this nation illegally, and more importantly, posed a threat to the success of his UFW;
“… when the farm workers strike and their strike is successful, the employers go to Mexico and have unlimited, unrestricted use of illegal alien strikebreakers to break the strike.
And, for over 30 years, the Immigration and Naturalization Service has looked the other way and assisted in the strikebreaking.
I do not remember one single instance in 30 years where the Immigration service has removed strikebreakers….
The employers use professional smugglers to recruit and transport human contraband across the Mexican border for the specific act of strikebreaking….”
Even More Damning…
Ruben Navarrette, Jr. of the San Diego Union-Tribune wrote (in part) March 30, 2005;
“Despite the fact that [César] Chávez is these days revered among Mexican-American activists, the labor leader in his day was no more tolerant of illegal immigration than the Arizona Minutemen are now. Worried that the hiring of illegal immigrants drove down wages, Chávez - according to numerous historical accounts - instructed union members to call the Immigration and Naturalization Service to report the presence of illegal immigrants in the fields and demand that the agency deport them. UFW officials were even known to picket INS offices to demand a crackdown on illegal immigrants.
And in 1973, in one of the most disgraceful chapters in UFW history, the union set up a ‘wet line’ to prevent Mexican immigrants from entering the United States. Under the guidance of Chávez ‘s cousin, Manuel, UFW members tried at first to convince the immigrants not to cross. When that didn’t work, they physically attacked the immigrants and left some bloody in the process. It happened in the same place that the Minutemen are now planning to gather: the Arizona-Mexico border.
At the time, The Village Voice said that the UFW conducted a ‘campaign of random terror against anyone hapless enough to fall into its net.’ In their book, ‘The Fight in the Fields,’ Susan Ferris and Ricardo Sandoval recall the border incident and write that the issue of how to deal with the undocumented was ‘particularly vexing’ for Chávez

Washington Taxpayers Foot $2.7 Billion Annual Bill for Illegal Immigration, Finds New Study by FAIR


SEATTLE, Oct. 15, 2012 ­ /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — A new study by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) estimates that illegal immigration costs taxpayers in Washington State about $2.7 billion annually. The average Washington household headed by a U.S. citizen bears an annual burden of about $970 to cover the costs associated with illegal aliens in the state. Moreover, the costs associated with illegal immigration are about equal to the amount lawmakers had to slash from the state budget to close a projected shortfall.

The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Aliens on Washingtonians examines the cost of providing services and benefits to the state’s 275,000 illegal aliens and 104,000 dependent U.S.-born children. The report also looks at the costs associated with the administration of criminal justice and incarceration of criminal illegal aliens.

Among the key findings of The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Aliens on Washingtonians:

  • The cost of providing K-12 education to an estimated 127,000 children of illegal aliens (including students who are themselves illegal and the U.S.-born children of illegal aliens) amounts to $1.6 billion annually.
  • Washington voluntarily provides $3.8 million annually in subsidized in-state tuition benefits for illegal aliens attending public colleges and universities, even as public higher education budgets are being slashed.
  • Unreimbursed health care and social assistance programs cost Washingtonians $652 million a year.
  • Justice and law enforcement costs associated with illegal aliens add $172 million to the state’s tab.
Legal and illegal immigration hits all-time high
One of the missing topics from the October 3rd presidential debate was immigration policy. Although both candidates are working hard for the Hispanic vote, there are new statistics that are well worth looking at.
The number of legal and illegal immigrants within the country has hit a new record of 40 million in 2010, a 28 percent increase from 2000, according to a new report.
The number of immigrants and their children born in this country now stands at around 50 million. This according to Steven A. Camarota, director of research for the Center for Immigration Studies. That accounts for more than one-sixth of the U.S. population.
Immigration has dramatically increased the size of the U.S.’s low-income population adding even those immigrants living in the country for 20 years. Poverty, lack health insurance and abuse of welfare benefits far above the native-born American average.
The new statistics is a sharp rise from 9.6 million in 1970, although the immigrant share of the population, 12.9 percent, is lower than it was in 1910 — 14.7 percent. In the last decade alone, legal and illegal plus births to immigrants added 22.5 million residents, or 80 percent of the total U.S. population growth.
It is estimated there are 28 percent of immigrants in this country illegally. Within the next 20 years, it is estimated that between 12 million and 15 million new immigrants, legal and illegal, will settle in the United States.
Worthy of a debate discussion on Tuesday night?
Here are some other shocking statistics:
- In 2010, 23 percent of immigrants and their native born offspring under age 18 lived in poverty – that in comparison to 13.5 percent of natives and their children.

- Countries providing the most poverty-stricken immigrants is highest for Mexico (35 percent), Honduras (34 percent) and Guatemala (31 percent). The lowest is Germany (7 percent) and India (6 percent).

- Immigrant households (36 percent) utilized at least one major welfare program in 2010. It was primarily a program for food and/or Medicaid. That compared to 23 percent of native households.
- Twenty-nine percent of immigrants lack health insurance (2010) compared to 13.8 percent for natives.
- Over 10.4 million immigrant students attend public schools while 78 percent of them speak a language other than English in their at homes.
- Twenty-eight percent of adult immigrants from 25-65 have not completed high school compared to 7 percent of natives.
- Immigrants account for 27.2 percent of the population in California, 22.2 percent in New York, and 21 percent in New Jersey, but just 1.2 percent in West Virginia.
- The largest increases in immigrant population from in the last decade (2000 to 2010) was Alabama, up 92.1 percent, followed by South Carolina (88.4 percent), and Tennessee (81.8 percent). New York was lowest (11.1 percent).
- The immigrant population in North Carolina alone rose an incredible 524 percent from 1990 to 2010.
- The greatest number of immigrants I the U.S. come from Mexico, 11.7 million, China/Hong Kong/Taiwan (2.1 million), India (1.78 million), Philippines (1.77 million) and Vietnam (1.2 million).
- The one category that immigrants dominate is “Farm Workers Non-Supervisors,” at 53.5 percent.
The two candidates need to drop the politically correct language of this issue from the debate and seriously discuss what this country must do to improve and enforce legal and illegal immigration before the country is overrun in its zeal to be “compassionate.”

Week of Oct 14th Criminally and or Insane

While the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Obama administration repeat the “border is secure” mantra, unabated violence continues to rage along the Arizona border and agents continue to find themselves in the line of gunfire. In the last several days multiple border incursions have been reported by residents, many, resulted in gunfire. However, if you don’t listen to the law enforcement scanners, chances are you’ll never hear about the uptick in violent crime along America’s southern borders.
The United States Treasury Department on Friday announced that officials have designated the violent and powerful gang MS-13 as a “transnational criminal organization.” MS-13, or Mara Salvatrucha, originated in El Salvador and a large chapter was set up by immigrants, many of them illegal, in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas.
While the Treasury Department claims MS-13 has about 30,000-members nationwide, the FBI estimate its membership closer to 50,000.
The designation, which is similar in scope to the Terrorist designation list, allows the United States government to seize assets from the MS-13 gang. The group makes millions of dollars in profits from drug-trafficking and other criminal activities, according to the Treasury Department.
Besides the United States, MS-13 has thousands of members in Mexico, Central America, and even Canada..
According to law enforcement sources in Washington, the Treasury Department’s sanctions make it illegal for American companies, citizens, and banks to conduct business with them.
Much of the money accumulated by the gang is sent back to El Salvador, where its leadership is based. Two years ago, the Federal Reserve Bank made it legal for banks to electronically transfer money from the U.S. to Mexico for illegal aliens. MS-13 and other Latino gangs made use of that legal loophole, said former narcotics officer Daniel Piedmont.
According to the Treasury Department, the gang is involved in murder, racketeering, narcotics, and sex-trafficking throughout North America and Central America.
“MS-13’s criminal nature can be seen in one of its mottos, ‘Mata, roba, viola, controla’, or ‘kill, steal, rape, control’,” according to the Treasury Department statement.
Thousands of MS-13 members have been arrested in the U.S. this year, according to the FBI.
owner of Thai restaurant in Vero Beach FL charged trying to buy green cards illegally
“arrested on charges of paying a federal under-cover agent $313K to get illegal green cards for 27 workers from Thailand and one from Mexico… the closing of the restaurant stems from an 11-month undercover investigation, during which a federal agent posed as being willing to illegally provide green cards — permanent resident cards — for a price. Tipfun is charged with conspiracy to commit fraud… The 28 workers are held in lieu of $150K cash bails. Most have over-stayed their travel visas, although specifically which ones were not released. The charges against them include fraud or conspiracy to commit fraud… Some workers were lent money by the restaurant owners to buy the cards. During one meeting with the illegal workers, Tipfun told the agent to not count the cash payments in their presence because they had been charged more than the agent asked.”
Elizabeth man accused of posing as federal official in immigration scam
ELIZABETH — When he’d meet with illegal immigrants, authorities say, Ruben Alvarado would often wear a jacket bearing the letters “ICE” — as in the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency — carry handcuffs and strap himself with what looked like a holstered handgun.
He’d tell the immigrants he was an ICE officer who could help them gain legal status in the United States, authorities say.
Then, while collecting multiple fees from them for his “services,” Alvarado would take their immigration applications. Later, he’d give them back false approvals — and false hope — on forms that bore his signature as a purported U.S. officer, authorities say.
If anyone complained the documents appeared to be phony, authorities say, Alvarado would threaten them and say that, as an ICE agent, he could have their families deported.

Investigators: Fleeing Jeep rolls over in fatal crash

BY MARK REAGAN The Brownsville Herald | Posted: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 10:50 pm
Bright-orange spray paint marks left by police on a busy Brownsville street Tuesday morning showed where a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled over Monday night while carrying eight people. Two teens were ejected and killed.
Broken glass, a shoe, a displaced headlight, an oak tree snapped at the trunk, and what appears to be blood told the story of a violent roll-over crash that left a 13-year-old male and 19-year-old Arturo Venegas dead.
The 13-year-old died at the scene and Venegas died later at Valley Regional Medical Center.
Authorities are still looking for the driver — who they suspect was trying to elude Border Patrol agents — and one other person who fled the scene.
The accident happened around 10:45 p.m. Monday on the 100 block of FM 802, near railroad tracks.
“He (the driver) was driving at a high rate of speed and lost control of the vehicle,” Brownsville police spokesman Billy Killebrew said Tuesday morning.
Three other occupants were also injured and taken to local hospitals, but the injuries were not serious, Killebrew said.
Information gathered from the police department’s investigation showed that the Jeep’s occupants were undocumented immigrants from Mexico and Honduras, Killebrew said in a press release.
The Jeep had Mexican license plates, police said.
The police department is investigating the crash.
“Homeland Security Investigation, special agents in Harlingen will be leading the investigation, with the assistance of Brownsville Police Department, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Border Patrol to pursue leads in an attempt to identify the driver and additional members of the alien smuggling organization responsible for this botched human smuggling event,” Nina Pruneda, spokeswoman with the Department of Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said.
The Brownsville Police Department can be reached at 956-548-7060, and Border Patrol and HSI can be reached at 1-800-863-9382.
October 11, 2012
Detroit, MI

ICE nabs illegal alien wanted for rape in Oakland County

DETROIT – An illegal alien from Mexico wanted by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office on rape charges was arrested late Wednesday after officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) tracked him down at a residence in southwest Detroit where he was holed up.
Miguel Angel Davila-Ruiz, 33, was wanted on a four-count warrant charging him with first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor. The crime is alleged to have occurred in Pontiac, Mich. When the warrant was issued in July, ERO and sheriff’s deputies initiated efforts to find Davila-Ruiz. Crime Stoppers last month offered a $2,000 reward for information leading to his arrest, sparking regional media interest in the case.
Working from information provided by various sources, ERO Fugitive Operations officers were able to locate Davila-Ruiz Oct. 10 at a residence in the 1200 block of Central St. in southwest Detroit. When ERO officers arrived and attempted to make entry, Davila-Ruiz and a male associate fled from the house on foot exiting at the rear before officers gave chase. Both Davila-Ruiz and the associate were taken into custody in the backyard of the home. No one was injured during their apprehension.
Davila-Ruiz was turned over to the sheriff’s office last night. An ICE detainer has been filed against him. After the full measure of criminal charges is resolved, to include any possible conviction and sentence, Davila-Ruiz will be returned to ICE custody and processed for deportation. His associate was arrested on administrative immigration violations and will remain in ICE custody pending his removal from the U.S.


Sheriff: Teen raped, shot, left in river

LILLINGTON, N.C. (WTVD) — Two men face charges in the alleged rape and shooting of a 17-year-old girl.

Harnett County Sheriff Larry Rollins said the teen was found in the Cape Fear River near the North Carolina Highway 217 bridge just before 4 a.m. Sunday.



Mexican mayor says boy shot by US agent 7 times

PHOENIX (AP) — A teenage boy apparently killed this week by a U.S. Border Patrol agent was hit seven times by gunfire and died on a sidewalk just across the Arizona-Mexico border, a mayor in Mexico said Friday.

“It was a burst of gunfire,” Nogales Mayor Ramon Guzman Munoz told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. “It was a hail of bullets.”

Guzman called the episode “deplorable” and urged a thorough investigation by both U.S. and Mexican authorities.



North Andover Police arrested a Brazilian illegal immigrant working at J&M Convenience Store and Taki’s Pizza for allegedly using an iPod to video a young woman in a bathroom there.
Mauricio Lisboa-Gomes, 26, of 17 Forest Acres Drive, was arrested for indecent assault and battery on a person over the age of 14 and videotaping nude.
According to arrest reports, the alleged victim was an 18-year-old coworker of his, at J&M Convenience Store & Deli. The young woman reportedly found Lisboa-Gomes’ iPod in the employee bathroom at the store, on and recording video, according to police reports, after she said he had been behaving very suspiciously for weeks whenever she would go to the bathroom and was frequently touching her inappropriately.
Lisboa-Gomes is being detained by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement because he is in the United States illegally. He was arraigned Monday in Lawrence District Court, where he pleaded not guilty and was ordered held on $10,000 bail, Essex County District Attorney Jonathan Blodget’s office said.



The new head of the Zetas drug cartel is a former Dallas resident who is scorned as a traitor by many of his own cartel soldiers and mocked as an ex-“car washer” by his enemies, but has risen to power thanks to a fearsome reputation for violence.

“[Miguel Angel Trevino Morales] is extremely brutal, to the point of sadism,” says George Grayson, an expert on the Zetas. “He is prepared to advance his interest through unspeakable violence.” Grayson’s recent book on the cartel, “The Executioner’s Men,” opens with a scene in which Trevino Morales slowly beats a female police officer to death, in front of her colleagues, with a two-by-four.

Trevino Morales, also known as El 40 or the Monkey, became the uncontested head of the Mexico’s most feared drug cartel when former kingpin Heriberto Lazcano was killed in a shootout with Mexican Marines on Sunday. Lazcano had been linked to hundreds of murders, including the massacre of 72 civilians, but Trevino Morales is allegedly even more bloodthirsty. One of his preferred methods of dealing with enemies, say authorities, is burning them alive.

Trevino Morales, 41, was born in Mexico but spent some of his formative years in Dallas, Texas, where authorities say he had a criminal record as a teenager. He has a dozen siblings and reportedly still has family in the Dallas area.

According to the Associated Press, he became a teen go-fer for the Los Tejas gang, which was powerful in the Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo, just across the Rio Grande from Laredo, Texas.

Trevino Morales joined the Zetas soon after their formation. The Zetas began in the late 1990s as the security wing of the Gulf Cartel. The 14 core members of the Zetas, including Heriberto Lazcano, all had military backgrounds, and took ranks based on when they’d joined the group. Lazcano was known as Z-3. By 2004, due to the death of Z-1 and the arrest of Z-2, Lazcano had become the leader of the Zetas.

Sherman and Beman unbelievable and much more

Dear Members
Sherman and Berman Get Physical over Amnesty Cred
By Brenda Walker
Created 10/13/12

Only in Mexifornia! Two dueling Democrats nearly came to blows over who is the better advocate of open borders and rewards for invasive foreigners against the well being of American citizens.

Drug Lord’s Pregnant Daughter Caught Sneaking Into US: Feds

The pregnant daughter of Mexico’s most famous and elusive drug lord has been caught trying to use false papers to sneak into the U.S. and give birth, say officials.

Alejandrina Gisselle Guzman Salazar, 31, was arrested on Friday afternoon at the San Ysidro crossing south of San Diego, the nation’s busiest. Officials told the Associated Press that when the woman’s false documents didn’t match her fingerprints she admitted that she was the daughter of Joaquin “El Chapo” (Shorty) Guzman, the Sinaloa cartel chieftain long sought by both Mexican and U.S. authorities.

Guzman Salazar, who attempted to enter the U.S. on foot, reportedly told authorities she was seven months pregnant. According to the criminal complaint against Guzman Salazar, “Defendant stated that her intent was to enter into the United States and travel to Los Angeles, California in order to give birth to her child.” She has been charged with fraud and appeared before a federal judge today.

Grows Drastically as Administration Rushes Application Process
Just weeks before the presidential election, the Obama Administration released data revealing it has granted deferred action to over 4,500 illegal aliens under the President’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. (See USCIS Data, Oct. 12, 2012) This number is exponentially higher than the 29 cases the Administration claimed to have completed or otherwise approved just one month ago. (See USCIS Data, Sept. 14, 2012) Such a drastic increase in approvals in just one-month’s period suggests the Administration is either failing to fully investigate the deferred action applicants, or if the Administration is doing so, it is at the expense of immigration enforcement.
So far the Administration has refused to answer the countless requests made by members of congress to explain the applicant vetting process. Just this last week the Administration missed a deadline for an information request made by Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA) and Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) asking what forms of documentation the applicants are required to show, and what level of background check DHS will conduct on them. (Read letter here; see FAIR Legislative Update, Oct. 9, 2012) Moreover, the Administration has made it clear time-and-time again it intends to use its resources for amnesty initiatives rather than immigration enforcement. (See Morton Memos; see also DHS Budget in Brief FY2013)
Remarkably, the latest USCIS data also fails to state whether the Administration has actually denied any applicants. In fact, an email exchange between DHS officials uncovered by Sen. Grassley and Rep. Smith’s offices reveal the Administration has put in place a policy requiring adjudicators who process DACA applications to “to hold [Requests for Evidence] and denials,” saying all such cases must be sent for supervisory review. (Read exchange here) This policy comports with the Administration’s “get-to-yes” culture, forcing immigration officers to rubberstamp benefits applications as exposed by the Inspector General earlier this year. (See OIG Report 12-24, Jan. 2012; see also FAIR Legislative Update, Jan. 9, 2012)

DOJ seeks dismissal of House GOP’s lawsuit over Fast and Furious

By Jordy Yager - 10/16/12 08:42 AM ET

The Justice Department filed court papers late Monday seeking to dismiss a lawsuit from the House Oversight Committee that would force Attorney General Eric Holder to turn over documents related to the Fast and Furious gun-tracking operation.

In their legal brief, DOJ lawyers assert that federal courts cannot intervene when the White House moves not to comply with a congressional branch subpoena by asserting executive privilege, as President Obama did in this case.

The Justice Department motion says that the dispute should be settled by the two branches in question and not in the courts.

Read More: http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/262179-justice-dept-seeks-dismissal-of-house-fast-and-furious-lawsuit

Scholarships for North Carolina Undocumented Immigrant Students Offered
Opponents of illegal immigration in the United States have been experiencing consistent disappointments from several local education institutes, which have decided to offer special incentives to illegal immigrant students. But, recently a businessman in North Carolina joined hands with local Universities and colleges favoring illegal immigrants by establishing a special scholarship program for undocumented students in the vicinity. Ric Elias, who is the co-owner of the Red Ventures Internet Marketing firm, has set up a scholarship program worth $1 million for illegal immigrant students in North Carolina. The program will provide scholarship funds for selected eligible students, enabling many to pursue college education. The initiative came after many states in the country have either been charging high tuition rates from such students or have disallowed their colleges and Universities to provide any kind of incentives and/or benefits to undocumented students.
The North Carolina based CEO stated that through this new program, called Golden Door Scholars’ program, he will be able to help numerous undocumented students who have either abandoned their higher education hopes or are working day and night just to cover up their education expenses. In a state which is home to 350,000 undocumented immigrants, Elias said that the Golden Door program has already started accepting applications and will hopefully be granting scholarships by December this year.
Elias also stated that the rapidly spreading antagonism towards immigrants, particularly illegal immigrants, has caused enough harm to these students. He stated that he was aware of the possible criticism that his program might have to face, but said that he does not care for it much as it has become a routine affair now.

Immigration and the “Name Game”
By Michael Cutler, Senior Special Agent, INS (Ret.), CAPS Senior Fellow, October 16, 2012
We are all familiar with the question William Shakespeare posed centuries ago when he asked, “What’s in a name?”
While the tactic of “name calling” is certainly wrong, the use of accurate terminology is at the basis of reason and honesty.
On October 8, 2012 the Huffington Post ran a story about how the Spanish language news organizations are “upping the ante” where terminology concerning immigration was concerned in an article that was entitled, ‘Illegal Immigrant’ Debate: Univision Takes On The New York Times.
The issue was that the New York Times, a newspaper that has hardly been identified as taking a hard line against illegal immigration, continues to use the term “illegal immigrant” rather than the more obscure term “undocumented.” The article made it appear that the issue of illegal immigration is about race — linking demands for name in terminology to the Latino community and Spanish language media. However, the immigration laws of the United States make no distinction about people by race, religion or ethnicity and only make the distinction of whether or not and individual is a citizen of the United States.
That the majority of illegal aliens who are present in the United States are from Latin America is a result of geography — the fact that the U.S/Mexican border is the only place on the planet where the Third World collides with the First World. Aliens from the Eastern Hemisphere are separated from the United States by vast oceans and for them travel to the United States is more difficult than it is for citizens of Mexico who simply need to head north and run the border. However, there are millions of illegal aliens from countries across the globe who are present in the United States. Many of these illegal aliens violated the terms of their admission into the United States while others managed to make their way to Mexico or Canada and then ran the border.

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But this is what I think was the most important view we got from the heated exchange between the candidates on immigration:

Gov. Romney sent a powerful positive message to unemployed American workers in construction, service and manufacturing by refusing to budge from his long-term insistence on strong enforcement to get illegal immigrants out of U.S. jobs.

He did so in the face of a tough audience question about “productive” illegal immigrants and in response to attacks by Pres. Obama about Romney’s support for “self-deportation.”

Romney noted two primary ways that a country can enforce its immigration rules and said he rejects the one that involves mass roundups and mass deportations. Instead, he said, he would take away the jobs and benefits magnets and allow most illegal immigrants to come to their own conclusion on moving back to their home countries.

Al Garza and the renewed call to the Minutemen on The Ruthie Report

Please join Ruthie this week this Thursday October 18th 2012 with
Many of you are familar with the Minutemen
There is a renewed call to action and Al and Ruthie will be discussing
what this renewed call entails along with some new information that has
not been publicily shared with regards to intel
This will be an informative show - you do not want to miss
From Al Garza

We are presently revisiting our Minutemen SOP’s which will reflect current dangerous conditions at the borders. As you are aware the invasion of America has intensified therefore the call for reactivation of our Minutemen appears imminent. When that happens, we must be fully prepared spiritually, psychologically, mentally, physically and willing to die for our country.

In the past our Minutemen have performed with sterling bravery and must be prepared to continue that legacy with a Judeo/Christian spirit de corpse.

Our mission will no longer be to simply “Observe, Spot, and Report” but must

be modified to meet the challenges which control our borders of today.

I will be distributing more intel in the very near future. I ask everyone interested to please stand by and await further notification.


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Al Garza Bio:
Al Garza is a staunch Conservative, Constitution Loving American, nationally respected expert on numerous issues including those that surround Homeland security, border security, immigration law, and the illegal immigration crisis.
Garza retired in 2003 after a 32-year career as a private investigator in Southern California. He resides in Arizona with his family. He became involved as an activist shortly after retiring, as the result of witnessing needless deaths in the desert, and the lawlessness occurring on the sovereign borders of the United States.
He praises & supports immigrants of all nationalities, without prejudice or bias. He welcomes everyone to America, the land of opportunity, but, he also believes in the legal process of immigration, and that none are exempt from our laws or should receive amnesty for violating them.
In 2009, Garza founded Patriots Coalition, a citizen political action group that assists the Border Patrol in defending our Southern and Northern border with Mexico and Canada. To date, Garza and fellow patriots have peacefully turned over thousands of illegal entrants to Border Patrol and saved well over 400 lives without a single incident of violence.
Additionally, Garza founded “America Speaks Out,” a committee of Americans of Hispanic Heritage, to monitor pertinent legislation, policy changes, and to challenge open border agendas whenever identified. He has become known as a” lightening rod “for Americans of Hispanic Origin due to his gallant stance on Rule of Law, Public Safety, & National Security. Various probes by Garza, and others committed to the cause, have evidence which identifies numerous seditious anti American organizations as proxies to Hamas, Hezbollah, & similar radical Islamic terrorist groups. These organizations have been sympathetic with Al –Qaeda in their writings and support action against America and its citizens. They are highly anti-Semitic and rail against “Zionists”, while masquerading as “civil rights groups” within the United States. Garza’s evidentiary discoveries suggest open borders, open border policies, and illegal aliens are all components of a much more aggressive agenda. “Hope and Change” are code words for a mission already in motion.
Mr. Garza is devoted to the crusade to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America. While many elected officials are cavalier towards this national security crisis, Garza is actively providing information, instruction, inspiration and experience to all Americans so that they grow in the knowledge & character essential to citizenship and the motivation to become proctors of the United States and its Constitution.

Our Fallen Heroes … What Is Going On

Dear Members
NOTE: This email is in regards to our brave men and women on the front lines
What we are being told… and more importantly, what we are not being told is
not only puzzling but alarming and suspicious
Documents recently uncovered from Border Patrol agents highlight the Obama administration’s failure to heed multiple warnings from Border Patrol, local law enforcement, activist groups and border region ranchers that restlessly warned government officials that proposed wilderness reserves would lead to national security breaches and murder.
Agent Victor Avila Reveals Assault that Killed Agent Zapata
But for the first time Agent Zapata’s partner Victor Avila spoke out about the attack that left Agent Zapata dead and him wounded. His twin sister Magdalena Avila-Villalobos spoke for him in the Univision special on Fast and Furious. Avila is so scared and hurt by the attack he did not speak out until he knew he was in a secure location.
No one knows for sure why Agent Zapata and Agent Avila, assigned to the US Embassy, were asked to travel on road 57, a road controlled by the Zeta Cartel and extremely dangerous. They didn’t even know why they were given the mission to retrieve electronic surveillance equipment. The urgency made it even more suspicious.

Sheriff Larry Dever’s autopsy results in more questions than answers!

The most shocking item in the autopsy report is Dever’s blood alcohol content (BAC), reported to be an astounding 0.291 percent.

Based on the results of a Virginia Tech study on the effects of alcohol consumption, in order to achieve a BAC of 0.291, Dever who weighed close to 175 pounds, would have needed to consume about 12 (12 0z.) beers or 12 (1.5 oz) shots of 80 proof liquor in a relatively short period of time.
Given the fact that Dever had been in law enforcement for 30 years and had worked numerous traffic accidents where alcohol had been a factor, the notion that this very highly respected sheriff sat behind the wheel of a vehicle downing drinks, one-behind the other, seems a bit implausible.
This reporter also spoke with a close associate and friend of Dever’s, who claimed on condition of anonymity that in all the years that the two had been friends, he had never seen the sheriff consume more`than two drinks in an evening.
According to a Coconino County Sheriff’s Office press release, an unidentified driver was actually following Sheriff Dever along a desolate stretch of Forest Service Road 109, but lost sight of his 4-wheel-drive 2008 Chevrolet pickup for a brief period.
Then, the driver “saw what appeared to be a cloud of dust, and as he came closer he learned that the vehicle had rolled over and was resting on its wheels.”
The witness told 911 operators: “he did not detect any signs of life from the single occupant of the vehicle.”
There was no mention of open containers inside the vehicle, and if Dever actually had a 0.291 BAC, the smell of alcohol would have been prevalent and easily recognizable by law enforcement officers and rescue personnel working the crash scene.
Of course, Sheriff Dever had made some very powerful enemies in recent years.

Border Patrol agent Nicolas Ivie’s tragic death outside Naco, Arizona earlier this week should not be handled as political football for Washington’s spin mills.

On October 2, the desert was quiet, well lit under a day old full moon, when gunfire erupted. It’s been reported that three Board Patrol agents responded to a tripped ground sensor, set to warn agents of intruders north of the U.S. border. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) claims Border Patrol agents were somehow separated, took defensive positions and began shooting at one another under a dark Arizona night. http://www.examiner.com/article/friendly-fire-or-is-the-fbi-off-target-again-with-agent-s-death-1

Border Patrol agent Nicolas Ivie’s tragic death outside Naco, Arizona earlier this week should not be handled as a political football for Washington’s spin mills.

On October 2, the desert was quiet, well lit under a day old full moon, when gunfire erupted. It’s been reported that three Border Patrol agents responded to a tripped ground sensor, set to warn agents of intruders north of the U.S. border. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) claims Border Patrol agents were somehow separated, took defensive positions and began shooting at one another under a dark Arizona night. At 1:30 am the moon would have been near its zenith and 95-98 percent brightness. It was not dark.

Arrests in Mexico unconfirmed by FBI
BISBEE — The FBI has not confirmed the arrest of two men in northern Mexico as suspects in the shooting death of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie that took place in the early morning on Tuesday in southern Cochise County.
The Herald/Review, in conjunction with El Mirador newspaper in Naco, Sonora, were unable to confirm the report with Mexican officials on Wednesday evening.
On Wednesday, the Reuters news service reported that two suspects detained in Mexico were arrested in a Mexican military operation in Agua Prieta, Sonora, according to a Mexican Army officer, who declined to be named. A Mexican police official in Naco, Sonora, confirmed to Reuters the arrests, which occurred in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Rep. Rob Bishop (R-Utah) talks with PJM: Environmental rules keep agents out of vehicles and give cartels the run of the territory.

Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie was confirmed to have been killed on federal land (see map) where law enforcement access is stymied in favor of environmental protection, a Utah congressman said.
Rep. Rob Bishop (R-Utah), chairman of the Natural Resources Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests, and Public Lands, is behind legislation to lift Interior and Agriculture Department rules that tie the hands of agents and leave vast border areas overrun by dangerous cartels.
That bill passed the House with Democratic support on June 19. It stipulates that federal land management agencies may not prohibit enforcement efforts to “prevent all unlawful entries into the United States, including entries by terrorists, other unlawful aliens, instruments of terrorism, narcotics, and other contraband through the international land borders of the United States.”

But though it’s been passed twice in the House, and Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) secured similar language by voice vote in an appropriations bill, Bishop’s legislation still needs its day in the upper chamber — which he’s hoping will happen soon.

C and I this week 10-7

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Illegal alien charged with child’s death allowed to go free on bond
On Thursday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials announced that Sandra Rodriguez Miramontes, 19, has been free on bond since September 21. She reportedly left her 2-year-old nephew trapped in her car for eight hours, resulting in the child’s death.
Miramontes has been charged with child abuse resulting in death.
She was arrested on August 5, after admitting to police that she left the boy, Gabriel Torres, outside the Precious Moments Daycare in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she worked.
Despite her illegal status, she was released on only a $500 bond from the Metropolitan Detention Center, where she had been held since her arrest.
ICE officials told KRQE that some illegal aliens “who have pending criminal cases,” are in fact, allowed to bond out.
Miramontes pleaded not guilty to the charge during an initial court appearance. If convicted, she could face 30 years in prison.
Man arrested after assault rifles, heroin found inside home
SAN ANTONIO — A man is facing weapons and drug charges after police conducted a drug bust on the South Side.
Officers raided a home on Stonewall, near Southcross, around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. They found 18 assault rifles and heroin inside the house.
Julio Cesar Campos was arrested at the home. Investigators say the 36-year-old is from Mexico and may be working with the cartel. The guns were reportedly headed for Mexico.
Officers said the bust is part of a larger operation.
Lakewood police arrest two illegal immigrants on weapons charges
GADSDEN, Ala. (WHNT) – Drug agents in Etowah and Marshall Counties said a man living near Albertville had the largest quantity and purest quality of methamphetamine they have seen in a long time.
Investigators arrested 20-year-old Hector Aragon Vasquez for drug trafficking.
Narcotics investigators said Vasquez had nearly $250,000 worth of uncut meth.
He is being held on a $500,000 bond, but Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin said Vasquez is an illegal immigrant from Mexico, and they placed a 287(g) immigration detainer on him.
Authorities chase, lose suspected illegal immigrants
Fifteen suspected illegal immigrants escaped law enforcement about 10:30 a.m. Friday after a high speed chase in DeWitt County.
A deputy attempted to pull over an extended cab Chevrolet pickup on Thomaston River Road on suspicion of stolen license plates, but the driver sped away on U.S. Highway 87 South, reaching speeds up to 90 mph, according to Sheriff Jode Zavesky.
The driver then turned onto Fordtran Road before driving onto a 1,600-acre property where the occupants, eight riding in the bed of the truck, bailed out.
“When he turned into that big ranch he was driving through the brush and that is where the deputy lost him,” Zavesky said. “Because the deputy was in a patrol car and that truck went places the patrol car could not.”
The Victoria County Sheriff’s Office, Department of Public Safety aircraft, Connally and Stevenson prison units scent dogs and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents responded.
Officers caught one adult man from Honduras, but the others, including five women, were not located as of 9:30 p.m. Friday.

Officers were on the scene searching until 5 p.m.

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Arizona State Representative Pleads Guilty, Admits Taking Bribe to Influence Official Duties
WASHINGTON – Arizona State Representative Paul Ben Arredondo pleaded guilty today in Phoenix federal court, admitting that he solicited and took a bribe in exchange for promises of official action both as a city councilmember and a state representative. Arredondo also pleaded guilty to mail fraud, admitting that he defrauded donors to the Ben Arredondo scholarship fund. The guilty plea was announced by Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and Special Agent in Charge James L. Turgal of the FBI’s Phoenix Field Office.

Hartley, Holder Vargas and more

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Note: For all those who so viciously attacked Tiffany with regards to the murder
of her husband David Hartley - Apparently the Country of Mexico believes her
account of the attack - they have arrested a suspect. And lets not forget the investigator
who’s head was sent in retaliation of the investigation - I hope Tiffany can find closure
Suspect arrested in case of American killed on border lake while riding Jet Ski in 2010

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/10/09/wife-murdered-colorado-man-hopeful-mexico-will-try-cartel-leader/?test=latestnews#ixzz28wsEhtZ3


‘Angels’ search for missing immigrants

FALFURRIAS — Miles and miles of brush filled with hidden dangers, dehydration and high temperatures line the road awaiting many illegal immigrants who try to circumvent U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints in Falfurrias and Sarita.

The trek has led many of those migrants to graves that line the municipal cemetery in Falfurrias.

JACKSON, Mississippi — Mississippi Gov. Phi Bryant has joined in a lawsuit against Obama administration over its plan to stop deporting many young illegal immigrants and grant them work permits.
Bryant made the announcement Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Police Department has come under criticism from some corners after Chief Charlie Beck announced that hundreds of illegal immigrants arrested by his officers each year for low-level offenses would no longer be turned over to federal authorities for deportation.

“What the LAPD is doing is making federal law enforcement decisions, usurping federal law,” said Janis Kephart, national security policy director at the Center for Immigration Studies. “These policies create chaos where you absolutely need continuity of enforcement.”
But other praised the move.
Pablo Alvarado, director of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, and other supporters of the vetoed Trust Act, praised Beck and tried to position themselves for future negotiations with him. “We look forward to working with the police chief … to craft a policy that protects Los Angeles from the disruptions caused by the dangerous” federal laws.
Times readers have been squaring off on both sides of the question on our comments section.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials declined to address Beck’s policy change directly, but seemed to bristle somewhat at the move.
Report: Eric Holder’s brother has been hiring illegal aliens
On Wednesday, the Carolina Journal Online (CJ) released the results of an investigation the paper has been conducting on the hiring practices in a string of McDonald’s restaurants owned by William Holder, the brother of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
Reporter Don Carrington wrote:
“A CJ reporter made approximately 30 visits in September to observe and talk with workers at the restaurants, at least one of which has been visited by the attorney general. The reporter was present during a conversation at which some employees stated they did not have a Social Security number, a green card, or any other document that would give them the legal authority to work in the United States.
One employee said he was planning to go through the ‘deferred action’ program announced in June by President Obama that would allow young-adult illegal immigrants to receive legal-resident status and work permits. CJ also has a document corroborating that one of the workers does not have a green card or Social Security number.
ICE defends itself over Jose Antonio Vargas case
By: Katie Glueck
October 8, 2012 03:02 PM EDT
Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Monday defended its decision not to take any action against Jose Vargas, a journalist and activist who went public last year that he was an undocumented immigrant, after he was arrested by state patrol in Minnesota for a driving infraction.
“Mr. Vargas was not arrested by ICE, nor did the agency issue a detainer,” said ICE spokeswoman Gillian Christensen in a statement. “ICE is focused on smart, effective immigration enforcement that prioritizes the removal of public safety threats, recent border crossers and egregious immigration law violators, such as those who have been previously removed from the United States.”

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Vargas, who made public his status as an undocumented immigrant last year in a story he wrote for The New York Times, was initially pulled over on Friday for driving while wearing headphones. He did not produce a valid driver’s license, a Minnesota state patrol spokesman told POLITICO on Saturday, and a state liaison to ICE was contacted. The liaison spoke with Vargas, but the agency ultimately didn’t pursue action, according to state patrol and ICE officials.
Gay illegal immigrant denied protection in US; court says Mexican authorities don’t persecute

By Associated Press,

DENVER — A federal appeals court in Denver has refused to block extradition of a gay illegal immigrant who sought protection in the U.S. claiming Mexican authorities persecute gay people.
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals said in its decision Wednesday that there is evidence that Mexico supports gay rights, citing developments including Mexico City’s legalization of gay marriage.
Efren Neri-Garcia has said he was mistreated in Mexico because he is gay and was attacked by authorities while imprisoned in Guadalajara in the 1990s. A witness told Colorado authorities gay men in Guadalajara are still being attacked and need protection.
The court of appeals disagreed.
“The Department of Homeland Security established, by a preponderance of the evidence, a fundamental change in circumstances in Mexico such that Neri-Garcia’s life or freedom would not now be threatened as a result of his sexual orientation,” the court ruled.
The ruling means Neri-Garcia still faces deportation.
Roberta Sklar, spokeswoman for the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission in New York, said Thursday there is no proof discrimination has abated in Mexico.
“Marriage equality in one city doesn’t mean there is equality for everyone throughout the country and hate violence and discrimination still happen,” she said.
The case was referred to an immigration judge last year after an asylum officer determined Neri-Garcia had a reasonable fear of persecution or torture in Mexico.
The immigration judge said Neri-Garcia proved he had been persecuted in the past in Mexico because of his sexual orientation, but he ruled that those conditions no longer exist.

Second Annual
for those killed by illegal aliens

Candlelight Vigil Sunday, November 4, 2012 - Temecula, CA
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Border Agents Under Siege - Andy Ramirez on The Ruthie Report

Please join Ruthie this week for a special -
Border Agents Under Siege
Thursday Oct 11th, 2010 with Guest: ANDY RAMIREZ
Andy Ramirez, is the President of the Law Enforcement Officers Advocates Council
Our brave men and women of the Border Patrol are under attack and
as we have seen …………. with deadly consequences.
Andy and I will be addressing several recent tragedies
Below are several such Agents
followed by a link of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice
Agent Nick Ivie - deceased
Agent Brian Terry - deceased
Agent Jaime Zapata - deceased
Agent Victor Avila - survived
Agent Jesus Diaz - released
Agent Robert Rosas - deceased
Agent Luis Aguilar - deceased
and the many more ………….. Agents Below
For a listing of
Agents killed in the Line Of Duty
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Andy’s contact information:
Andy Ramirez, President
Law Enforcement Officers Advocates Council
National Correspondent, Liberty News Network
P.O. Box 572, Chino, CA 91708


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