Most Unfriendly State, poultry towns and more

Gov Brewer is being pounded to give licenses to non citizens - the Dreamers
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Ask Her to Stand Strong - unlike the lies in this article - there are others states
refusing to buckle - GO BREWER!
Migrant backers push Gov. Jan Brewer to allow licenses
PHOENIX - Supporters of young immigrants granted the right to stay in the country by President Barack Obama are urging Gov. Jan Brewer to change her mind and let them get driver’s licenses, citing new federal guidelines that clarify that those in the program are legally in the country.
Democratic lawmakers were joined by several young immigrants at the state Capitol on Tuesday to try to persuade the Republican governor to revoke her order blocking licenses for those granted so-called deferred action. They argued the Department of Homeland Security clarification late last week clears up any concerns Brewer had about their legal status.
Brewer issued an executive order on Aug. 15 barring state agencies from granting driver’s licenses and other benefits to those granted deferrals. Her action came two months after Obama said he would defer deportations for people younger than 30 who were brought to the U.S. before they turned 16. They will be granted work permits and Social Security numbers, allowing them to live and work in the U.S.
Officials Expect Surge in Illegal Immigration
WESLACO - A surge in illegal immigration could be in the Rio Grande Valley’s near future, officials said.
Officials said this is the time of year when more immigrants venture into the United States.
Border Patrol agents said the Rio Grande and border fence segments are little deterrent for those determined to cross the international boundary.
“We’re going to focus our resources towards a threat. So when we have people coming in, we’ll put our resources in that area,” Border Patrol Spokesman Henry Mendiola said.
“A lot of these folks come for seasonal work or some type of employment. When they haven’t been back to see their family, sometimes in years, so they go back and attempt to make that crossing back in to the U.S.,” Mendiola said.
Immigration advocates fear the talk of immigration reform may encourage foreigners to venture north.
“Our greatest fear right now is that all of these talks (of) immigration reform are going to encourage people to come out from their country and their places of origin,” La Union del Pueblo Entero Community Organizing Coordinator Martha Sanchez said.
Sanchez said her organization is trying to send the message that people must come here through legal channels. She said immigration reform can’t help everyone.
“It’s only going to happen for people that have been here for a long time,” she said.

Illegal aliens to find Montana unwelcome

Proposal would penalize any ‘sanctuary’ plan


While we are being told that Hispanics are taking over California
theres this……………………
Asians Overtake Latin Americans in Immigration to California
Immigration to California from Asia has overtaken the long-running influx from Latin America, marking a shift that one expert says is based in economic conditions, border enforcement and deportation.

A new analysis of U.S. Census data from the Public Policy Institute of California shows that Asians are coming into the Golden State at more than twice the rate of immigrants from Latin American countries.

This article - made to make you and I feel just horrible because we want our
laws enforced - shows the insanity that has been created by our Representatives
because they have allowed illegal immigration to flourish
Hispanic Workers Health Needs are Overwhelming Southern Poultry Towns

This weeks C and I Jan 20

War on Women: Illegal aliens forced girls to have sex 25 times a day
Jan 17th, 2013
SALT LAKE CITY – A 41-year-old Mexican national wanted for murder by authorities in Baja California was removed Wednesday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers.
Saul Camargo-Avendano was transported from Salt Lake City by commercial airline under ICE escort to San Diego where he was turned over to Mexican officials at the San Ysidro border crossing. Camargo-Avendano was encountered in December at the Salt Lake County Jail by ICE officers assigned to ERO’s Criminal Alien Program (CAP) following his arrest by local police. He was transferred to ICE custody and a previous order of removal was reinstated Dec. 20 when the state charges were dismissed. In December 2011, Camargo-Avendano was removed twice in the same day after he attempted to illegally enter the U.S. at Calexico, Calif.

Two From Mexico Arrested After Texas ATMs Emptied Of $211,000

MCALLEN (January 18, 2013)—Police in McAllen arrested two men from Mexico and seized about $211,000 in cash after ATMs in South Texas were drained.
McAllen police linked the thefts last weekend to nearly 1,000 fake credit cards.
Investigators believe Mexican banks were targeted with stolen data from hundreds of accounts loaded on to credit cards, which can be used for cash advances.
McAllen police Chief Victor Rodriguez said the investigation began Monday after bank officials confirmed some ATMs were empty.
Bank surveillance video was used to help locate a vehicle Wednesday and one suspect, who led officers to another man.
Officers recovered about $211,000 in suitcases and hundreds of bogus credit cards.
Federal charges were pending Friday.
Authorities believe the two men were provided the account information and continue to investigate the source.
Possible Deportation - Re-entry is a felony so now felonies are overlooked too?
A Twinsburg Police officer pulled over a speeding driver only to discover the 34-year-old woman was in the country illegally after already being deported once.
On Jan. 17, a police officer pulled over a woman driving more than 50 miles per hour on Aurora Road near the I-480 bridge.
The woman told police that she and her husband had recently moved to the area from the Columbus area, but the woman had no identification and her story didn’t square with other information she was giving police, including the name she gave police, according to the report.
She was arrested and police made an inquiry with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which revealed that the woman was in the country illegally and once been deported. Police say the woman later admitted this, according to the police report.
U.S. Immigration Department plans to assign an agent to the case for possible deportation of the woman, according to the report.
NOTE: Immigration status not given

Nurse Arrested for Allegedly Having Sex With Corpse

SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. (KTLA) ­ A male nurse at the Sherman Oaks Hospital has been arrested for allegedly having sex with a corpse.
Alejandro Razo, 61, was arrested on Sunday on a state Health and Safety Code violation after being caught by security guards, police said.
He is free on $20,000 bail and is due in court on Feb. 11, according to online records.
The L.A. County coroner will perform an autopsy on the body, police said. The findings could determine if more charges will be filed.
The coroner’s office declined further comment on the case, citing a security hold.
No other details were immediately available. Anyone with information is asked to call the LAPD.

Border Security Propaganda and Lies by Ruthie Hendrycks

Border Security Propaganda and Lies - Prove Me Wrong
Ruthie Hendrycks
Jan 2013


The current proposals and promises of border security with regards to the upcoming debate on illegal immigration/legal immigration reform are nothing more than propaganda and lies, and I can prove it! I do extend a challenge - actually I demand - those spreading this mantra to … PROVE ME WRONG!

Info on debates and legislation Rubio and Ryan and more

Some talking points - if you need any - to call our Representatives with

Paul Ryan: I support Marco Rubio on immigration

What’s the most interesting part of this? That he’s reaching out to touch a third-rail issue, or that he’s ducking behind one of his biggest rivals for the 2016 nomination to do it?
Go figure that a guy who was part of a ticket that lost by nearly 50 points among Latinos is eager to rehab on immigration:
Marco Rubio, Florida’s GOP senator, unveils his reform ideas to ‘modernize’ the system and put illegal immigrants on a path to citizenship.
“Here’s how I envision it,” he says. “They would have to come forward. They would have to undergo a background check.” Anyone who committed a serious crime would be deported. “They would be fingerprinted,” he continues. “They would have to pay a fine, pay back taxes, maybe even do community service. They would have to prove they’ve been here for an extended period of time. They understand some English and are assimilated. Then most of them would get legal status and be allowed to stay in this country.”

The special regime he envisions is a form of temporary limbo. “Assuming they haven’t violated any of the conditions of that status,” he says, the newly legalized person could apply for permanent residency, possibly leading to citizenship, after some years―but Mr. Rubio doesn’t specify how many years. He says he would also want to ensure that enforcement has improved before opening that gate.
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Having Blocked Reform for 8 Years, Obama Will Push for Immigration Overhaul in 2013
He undermined bipartisan attempts at comprehensive immigration reform from 2005 through 2007 as a Senator. He broke his promise to introduce immigration reforms in his first term, and used election-year executive action in a cynical ploy for Latino votes. Now, the New York Times reports, President Barack Obama is about to push for new immigration legislation, using his State of the Union address and his new political clout.
Corporate America’s top lobbyist Thursday laid out a slew of the business community’s top goals for the year – lower regulation, increased trade, booming energy production, and a fix to the nation’s fiscal situation.
But US Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue was particularly bullish, and at times passionate, on another long-sought goal, one not often associated with the conservative-leaning group: immigration reform.

State by State cost of illegal immigration and more

Please go to your NumbersUSA Action Board this week and send a message to your U.S. Representative and President Obama that you strongly oppose amnesty for illegal aliens and any attempt to raise overall immigration numbers.

With various amnesty proposals currently being floated by prominent Democrats and Republicans from both Chambers and the White House, it is absolutely critical that the drumbeat for No Amnesty begins to echo through the halls of Congress. You can read more about the current legislative situation below.

State by State of of illegal immigration by FAIR
Lawmakers try to figure cost of illegal immigration in NC
Raleigh, N.C. — Various state agencies on Wednesday gave lawmakers their best estimates as to how much illegal immigrants cost North Carolina taxpayers.
More than 100 people packed the meeting room for the hearing by the House Select Committee on the State’s Role in Immigration – half in support of illegal immigrants and half who want the state to take action against them.
Lawmakers learned that trying to calculate the cost to taxpayers for services to illegal immigrants is not as easy as they thought. The only solid number presented to the two-hour hearing was the $1.3 million spent on emergency medical care.

DREAM Activist’s Family Arrested After Home Raided By ICE

Erika Andiola, a young undocumented immigrant and activist, may be free from the threat of raids and deportation, but her family is another story.

On Thursday night, Andiola’s home in Arizona was raided byImmigrations and Customs Enforcement agents, who knocked on her door then arrested her mother, Maria Arreola, after she opened to check on her visitors. When her older brother refused to provide documentation of his own legal status, he was brought in as well.

“My mother came out of her room without really understanding what was happening, just that there was a really strong knock on the door,” Andiola, a co-founder of DRM Action Coalition and nationally prominent supporter of the DREAM Act, told reporters over the phone. “They went ahead and handcuffed her right in front of me and my younger brother, who is 16 years old.”

After reaching out to her friends in the activist community to help protest her family’s …


PHOENIX - An immigration activist who’s one of the leaders of the Dream Act movement is joining the staff of Arizona Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema as a district outreach director.
Erika Andiola is a founder of the Arizona Dream Act Coalition — a group of immigrant youths that advocate for the legalization of immigrants brought to the U.S. as children. She’s an illegal immigrant from Mexico.
Andiola was in the news last week when her mother and brother were arrested by federal immigration officers at the family’s home in Mesa. They were later released.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials insist the two weren’t targeted because of Andiola’s activism.
Andiola say ICE agents told her there was a long-pending deportation order for her mother. Her brother was detained for refusing to answer agents’ questions.

Read more:

GAO report: 3M illegal immigrants entered Arizona via Mexico border over six-year period
An estimated 3.1 million illegal immigrants entered the U.S. through the Arizona-Mexico border between 2006 and 2011, according to a new federal report on border security.

C and I Week of Jan 15 warning… animal cruelty

Dear Members
(please click on link to view picture of this poor dog with pair of prosthetic limbs
and full article) What kind of animals (not the dog) do this sort of thing/violence - Ruthie
Mexican drug cartels using dogs to practice their tortue techniques
Over the last several years, as the drug cartels have taken operational control of Mexico, the sight of dismembered bodies dumped in the streets has become a daily occurrence in that country.
The cartels often practice their torture techniques on animals, and actually saw-off the paws and limbs of live dogs, before moving on to their human targets.
If the dog survives the ordeal, they are usually left to bleed to death, suffering an incredibly painful end.
One of those dogs that did survive was discovered last year, inside a trash can in Fresnillo, a city in the central Mexican state of Zacatecas.
His front paws had been severed.

Azusa 13 street gang leader, son sentenced to prison

Santiago ‘Chico’ Rios and Louie ‘Lil Chico’ Rios are sentenced to lengthy terms after pleading guilty to conspiring to attack blacks and force them to leave the city.

A leader of the Azusa 13 street gang and his son were sentenced in federal court Monday to lengthy prison terms after pleading guilty to conspiring to attack blacks and force them to leave the city.
Santiago “Chico” Rios was sentenced to 19 years and seven months in prison by U.S. District Judge Gary A. Feess. His son, Louie “Lil Chico” Rios, who is hearing-impaired and required a sign-language interpreter, received a 10-year sentence.

An illegal immigrant has been arrested by police after being accused of sexually assaulting a McGregor woman. 34-year-old Jaime Sanchez Ontiveros has been charged with sexual assault and attempted sexual assault.
McGregor Police investigator Joe Coy says an investigation began after a 30-year-old woman complained that she was sexually assaulted by Ontiveros. Investigators say a third party witness confirmed the complaint that the victim was attacked twice during the month of December at her home.
During the course of the investigation it was also determined that Ontiveros had been in the country illegally and had previously been deported. He since re-entered the country illegally.
Ontiveros is in the McLennan County Jail on state charges and on Department of Homeland Security and immigration detainer.

Police Chief Says 75% of Tijuana’s Crime Committed by Migrants

The police chief of a major city has announced that 75% of the crime committed in his city is committed by migrants. Isn’t that controversial? No, because this is a Mexican police chief, speaking about a Mexican city.
Specifically, it was Javier Viruete, police chief of Tijuana, Mexico, which is across the border from San Diego. A big problem that Tijuana has is that illegal aliens deported from the United States wind up there. And instead of returning to their homes elsewhere, most of them stay in Tijuana.
This is from Problemas de migrantes en Tijuana (Joy Ruvalcaba,, January 8th, 2013): ” …each day an estimated 600 persons repatriated from the United States arrive to Tijuana. Only about 50 of that 600 can be sent back to their country or city of origin….the majority of these persons are criminals and that’s why they’re deported, which causes the problem for Tijuana, its police, its citizens and its tourists.”
January 14, 2013
Lexington, KY

ICE arrests 39 during 2-day operation targeting criminal aliens, immigration fugitives in Kentucky

LEXINGTON, Ky. — As part of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) ongoing commitment to prioritizing the removal of criminal aliens and egregious immigration law violators, 39 convicted criminal aliens, immigration fugitives and immigration violators were arrested during a two-day operation in Lexington.
This operation concluded Sunday and was conducted by ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations teams from Louisville, Ky.
Of the 39 arrested, 36 had convictions for crimes such as: assault, possessing a concealed deadly weapon, hit and run, drunken driving, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, domestic violence, and drug possession. One of the convicted criminals was also an immigration fugitive who had been previously ordered to leave the country but failed to depart.
The three individuals arrested who did not have any criminal convictions had been previously removed and illegally re-entered the United States, making them an enforcement priority for ICE. Anyone who re-enters the United States after having been previously deported commits a felony punishable by up to 20 years in federal prison.
Of the 39 men arrested in Lexington, 38 are from Mexico, and one is from Honduras.
Following are summaries of two individuals arrested during this operation:
  • A 38-year-old Mexican national has prior criminal convictions for possessing a controlled substance and assault causing bodily injury of a family member. He was deported in 2005 and illegally re-entered the United States. He was arrested Jan. 12 and remains in ICE custody pending removal.
  • A 33-year-old Mexican national has prior criminal convictions for aggravated assault on a police officer, first-degree indecent exposure, and endangering the welfare of a child. He was arrested Jan. 13 and remains in ICE custody pending removal.
January 11, 2013
Grand Rapids, MI

ICE arrests 97 during 4-day operation targeting criminal aliens, immigration fugitives in West Michigan

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – As part of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) ongoing efforts to focus agency resources on the removal of criminal aliens and egregious immigration law violators, 97 convicted criminal aliens, immigration fugitives and other immigration violators were arrested during a four-day operation in West Michigan.
This operation concluded late Thursday and was conducted by ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) teams from Grand Rapids and Detroit.
Of the 97 arrested, 60 had prior convictions for crimes such as: sex with a minor, assault, illegal firearm possession, drug possession and theft. Twenty three are immigration fugitives who had been previously ordered to leave the country but failed to depart; 11 others had been previously deported and illegally re-entered the United States, which is a felony. Three other immigration violators were arrested during the operation and placed in removal proceedings.


Illegal aliens, gangs and guns

Real gun threat: Illegal-alien street gangs

FBI warns that thugs acquiring ‘assault weapons’ to engage civilians, cops

With the national debate focused on civilian gun control, is perhaps the biggest armed threat within the U.S. being minimized?
According to the FBI, criminal street gangs – mostly comprised of illegal aliens – are acquiring high-powered, military-style weapons to potentially engage in lethal encounters with law enforcement members and citizens alike.
Over the line: Fighting corruption on our border
(CBS News) When it comes to securing our southern border, at least a few border agents have been stepping OVER THE LINE, ethically speaking, which leaves some Americans living near the border feeling not very secure. Sharyl Attkisson now with our Cover Story along the border between Arizona and Mexico:
When asked how many illegal immigrants he estimates have crossed his property, Ladd replied, “I say about a half a million people have been caught on the ranch. And that’s what’s been caught - that’s not what’s got through.”

Susan Tully FAIR Financial Impact of Illegal Immigration

Please join Ruthie this week, Thursday Jan 17th, 2013 at 8 pm CST
with Guest: Susan Tully, FAIR
Susan and Ruthie will be discussed the financial impact of
illegal immigration - this is a “must tune in” show!!!!!
As you know …. FAIR has been a leader in proviing many educational aspects
with regards to illegal immigration - information that the main street media
and others refuse to report, discuss or share…. Susan and I will!
With all the talk in Washington on how we must address and cut spending
just why is it that the financial strains of illegal immigration are never included?
Susan’s Bio is below
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Susan Tully Bio:
Susan Tully, National Field Director
Federation for American Immigration Reform

Employed with FAIR since 2002


Started working on the Immigration Issue as an activist in 1989


Republican Congressional Candidate in 2000 for Wisconsin’s 3rdDistrict.


Retired Code Enforcement Manager, City of Orange, California


Education: Viterbo University, English Writing, BA


Media: Fox News with Bret Hume, Fox & Friends, CNN with Lou Dobbs, Geraldo Rivera, Dan Rather and 100’s Talk Radio interviews.


Personal: Married, mother of six, grandmother of 11 


FAIR was founded in 1979, and leading the call for immigration reform. Our representatives have testified before Congress on Immigration issues more than any other organization. Our publications are relied on by academics and government officials involved in formulating immigration policy .