Archive for July, 2007
As we keep our eye on Indianapolis, the midwest mid-size city that few realize has a serious illegal immigration problem, we find some related comments from Indianapolis and Indiana officials.
“The overwhelming majority of people who come to this country illegally do so for harmless economic motives, but there is a significant number of illegals who [...]
In the near future we are going to feature the various police departments and government officials in Arizona who are taking charge of the fight against illegal immigration. Meanwhile, it looks like Indianapolis is barely beginning to fight back against the illegal immigrants. The majority of the State of Indiana is filled with corn fields, fast [...]Read More..>>
Even little Indianapolis, Indiana has big immigration problems. And no, we’re not only against illegal Mexican immigrants, we are against ALL ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS!
One “resident” of Indianapolis has been in trouble with the law for 7 years. He was one of 89,000 illegal immigrants that were deported in 2006 after being convicted of crimes. But, that didn’t stop [...]
If you check out the message boards at the ALIPAC website (American-Latino Immigrants Proudly Assisting the Community) you’ll find they don’t like websites like this one. The members of the website and discussion board are supposedly all legal immigrants who are contributing to our country. If that is the case, then the members and/or contributors to the [...]Read More..>>
Michelle Malkin writes a great article on National Review Online with several good points. Now that the amnesty bill is dead, it’s time to discuss assimilation. After all, even founding fathers such as George Washington realized we needed to “get assimilated to our customs, measures [and] laws.”
The most interesting point is her argument regarding America being a [...]
From the “International Herald Tribune” is a nice and cheery story about hospitals around Maryland adding employers and infrastructure for illegal immigrants. This is just one example, in one rural area of the country. Here is the most important information from the article:
“Hispanics are projected to become the largest rural minority by 2025, according to [...]
Fred speaks candidly, honestly and to the point about the illegal immigration problem.
On Independence Day, it is refreshing to hear someone who cares about the future of our country regarding immigration.
Here is another email we received, and with recent actions of the Arizona Governor it kinda seemed appropriate. Have a little laugh on the 4th of July:
The mayor of Phoenix was very worried about a plague of pigeons in Phoenix. He could not remove the pigeons from the city. All of Phoenix was full of pigeon poop, [...]
State governments are starting to take the law into their own hands. Forget about Judge Wapner, Doug Llewlyn and The People’s Court (otherwise known as the U.S. Government) – we’ve already waited too long for them to do anything. The Governor of Arizona, Janet Napolitano, approved the bill on Monday after a long three year [...]Read More..>>
For those of you playing at home, we’re going to take a wild guess and assume that these are illegal immigrants. Look at all five of them with their shiny new iPhones. A couple of them even bought the maximum limit of two iPhones, maybe to send one back to Mexico!
With the tax dollars they don’t [...]