Tuesday, November 20, 2007

It's time for Justice!

US attorney Johnny Sutton's darling witness,Osvaldo Aldrete-Davila, the drug smuggler who testified against Border Patrol Agents Ramos and Compean has finally been arrested on charges of bringing in more than 750 pounds of marijuana into the US again.

This is the second time Mr. Aldrete-Davila has attempted to smuggle the same amount into the U.S.

It's time to open this complete file, shed light on Johnny Sutton and his lackey Debra Kanof and put them where they belong, in jail.
And it's way past time to release Ramos and Compean and attempt to make it right with them and their families.

Monday, November 19, 2007

Welcome to racially insensitive Eugene

"Shawn Fincher says he could hardly have felt more welcomed when he arrived in Eugene three years ago. Now, he wants to make sure that the athletes who arrive in Eugene for the 2008 Olympic Trials — especially black athletes — feel equally at home."

I think it is a wonderful idea that all competing athletes are made to feel welcome when they visit "Tracktown USA". However, according to Angel Jones, Eugene's city manager pro tem, USA Track and Field officials voiced concerns about Eugene's racial demographics and whether athletes would feel welcome here.

However, Lane County Commissioner Bobby Green, who also served on the committee that presented Eugene's bid, said he doesn't recall USA officials raising any such questions.
Also, Jill Geer, spokeswoman for USA Track & Field, said she and others don't recall if concern about Eugene's demographics was explicitly raised during the site selection process.

This is all well and good but this self appointed welcoming committee is concerned that the rest of us culturally impaired hillbillies that live here will embarrass them and are in need of diversity training. Betty Snowden a Eugene real estate broker and BOTT (Blacks on Track Team) member suggests that "volunteers might be reminded that certain greetings might be appropriate in some instances between two black people, but less so if made by a white person to a black person".
Snowden — who, like Fincher, Jones and Green, is black — said she also has concerns about black people being shadowed by clerks when they visit retail stores. “People of color go through things like that, and that’s not a face that Eugene wants to show,” she said.

Gee, does this mean that I have to keep my sheet and cross locked up in the closet for the whole Olympic Trials?
It would appear that if Mr. Fincher, who is black, could hardly have felt more welcomed when he arrived in Eugene three years ago we must be doing something right.

Saturday, November 17, 2007

P R Mexican style

Mexico's newest corrupt president Felipe Calderon has announced concern about the "growing harassment" of Mexicans in the United States. He has called the millions of illegals in America "thematic hostages" of the 2008 presidential campaign and insisted that American politicians not use Mexican illegal aliens as a talking point.
Calderon announced that his administration would finance a media campaign in America to counter the negative image of illegal aliens by focusing instead on “success stories” about Mexican invaders.
Illegal immigration is a scorching hot button issue with Americans who are fed up with your countrymen and women who invade our nation and cost taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars every year, and who degrade homeland security, education, health care, and nearly every aspect of American life.
Finally, do not waste your corrupt pesos on a PR campaign in America. Instead, save that dinero for the day when millions of illegal aliens are shipped back to Mexico, to your attention, where they belong!

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Portland- Haven for the off beat

Imagine finding out that even liberal Portland Oregon doesn't appreciate your peculiar little habits. That's what happened to self-proclaimed pedophile Jack McClellan.

"Though McClellan claims he is sexually attracted to young girls, he said he has never molested one. He started a Web site that advises other pedophiles about the best public places to watch young girls, such as parks and libraries. Outrage over it led McClellan to be hounded out of Washington and California earlier this year, and gained him national notoriety.

In choosing to move to Portland, he cited its reputation as a "haven for offbeat people." But in a cell phone interview with The Oregonian on Monday, McClellan said he's done with the city. "
Tri-Met has temporarily banned Mr. McClellan from it's public transportation system for comments printed on his website:
"I've discovered public transportation has its good points: I regularly ride with LGs," or little girls, whom he notes are "usually accompanied by their low-income mothers only."

His comment on the site indicates it has since been edited. But the police report quotes the comment at the time as continuing: "I've made some drug connections by mingling with other bus riders: a guy gave me a psilocybin mushroom cap this morning (what a beautiful day!), and two guys gave me a couple of hits off their pipe full of strong marijuana while we were waiting for the bus to this Internet cafe (I'm still high as I type this, ha ha)."

Monday, November 05, 2007

How to hyperlink in a blog post

Hope this helps.
It is convenient to copy the url of your link directly by right clicking the url adress in the browser to highlite it and then pasting it directly into your blog post right after you have typed in (a href=) Note, I used ( and ) to illustrate but when you actually type it you use < and >. If I used them here you would not be able to see them because of the hyperlink language.

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Bring on the ACLU

Let's all spit on the alter of political correctness. How dare some piss-ant bureaucrat in Washington even think he could interfere with the solemn ceremony surrounding the memorial of our fallen veterans?
Veterans Affairs has a policy that allows for a full military funeral, which includes the playing of taps and the folding of the flag in respectful silence. Upon request, family can have honor guard read special recitations, which include religious symbolism. When a complain was filed to the White House after one of those recitations was read incorrectly, Steve L. Muro, the director of the National Cemetery Administration's field program office, ordered the cemetery directors to stop the readings.
He wrote in a memo obtained by FOXNews.com, "The National Cemetery Administration must not give meaning, or appear to give meaning to the folds of the flag by endorsing or distributing any handouts on 'The Meaning of Each Fold of an Honor Guard Funeral Flag."
A complaint about the recitation for the 11th fold — "in the eyes of a Hebrew citizen, represents the lower portion of the seal of King David and King Solomon, and glorifies, in their eyes, the God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob" — garnered a complaint and prompted the ban.
“Honoring the burial wishes of veterans is one of the highest commitments for the men and women of VA,” said William F. Tuerk, the VA’s Under Secretary for Memorial Affairs, in a statement released late Tuesday. “A family may request the recitation of words to accompany the meaningful presentation of the American flag as we honor the dedication and sacrifice of their loved ones.”
The bottom line is what ever the family wants said or not said is what matters here, not the opinion of one or two self important trouble makers.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

A fun little test

Here's a nice little test to see if the candidate you are most drawn to shares your positions. It's from the Minnesota University so most of the tests only apply to that state, but you can take the presidential test. I was surprised to find I was most in agreement with Mitt Romney who I hadn't even considered. It's not perfect but gives you food for thought.

Friday, October 19, 2007

It's all about TB-the border.

Remember the media circus surrounding TB Andy? Andy Speaker was the American that was able to travel to Europe and back after being placed on a no-fly list because he was suspected of having an untreatable form of TB. He was since caught and quarantined. But what about the Mexican citizen that has this disease and has traveled in and out of the US at least 76 times in the past year?

Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) - For the second time this year, the federal government has failed to stop a man infected with a dangerous strain of tuberculosis from traveling in and out of the United States.

U.S. officials this spring were unable to catch a Mexican man infected with the disease because the doctor treating the man did not know his real name, according to a government official who was briefed on the incident but requested anonymity because the official was not authorized to discuss it publicly.
The Mexican national traveled to the United States 76 times in the past year, even though Mexican and U.S. authorities knew he was infected with a contagious strain of tuberculosis. However, the Mexican clinic that had been treating the man, which is affiliated with the Texas Health department, unknowingly provided a fake name to U.S. authorities, the official said. The Washington Times first reported the episode in Thursday's editions.

Sunday, October 14, 2007

LOST-How to give away your own country

LOST is back and I'm not referring to some insipid tv program.
For those of you who don't know LOST is the Laws of the Sea Treaty that has once again reared it's ugly head in the US senate.
This time sponsored by Democratic presidential candidate Senator Joe Biden and pushed by President Bush in order to further undermine our sovereignty and push us even further into the globalist agenda.
LOST is the globalists' dream bill. It would put the United States in a de facto world government that rules all the world's oceans under the pretense that they belong to "the common heritage of mankind." That's global-speak for allowing the United Nations and its affiliated organizations to carry out a massive, unprecedented redistribution of wealth from the United States to other countries.
LOST has already created the International Seabed Authority (ISA) and given it total jurisdiction over all the oceans and everything in them, including "solid, liquid or gaseous mineral resources." LOST even gives the ISA something the UN bureaucrats have lusted after for years: the authority to impose international taxes (disguised by euphemisms such as fees and royalties).
The best protection for U.S. interests in the world's oceans is the U.S. Navy, which should not and must not be subject to orders or regulations made by paper pushers in the ISA or rulings of the International Tribunal. U.S. access to the high seas, as well as freedom of the seas for all countries, is best protected by a great U.S. Navy, not a UN bureaucracy financed by a global tax.

It is critical that you call or email your senators and demand they reject this latest LOSS of sovereignty that our globalist elected officals seem hell bent on subjecting us to before it's too late to save our country.

Thursday, October 11, 2007

More San Francisco values

A federal judge has barred the Bush administration from enforcing the law.
U.S. District Judge Charles R. Breyer of Sand Francisco has granted a preliminary injunction against the president's plan to press employers to fire as many as 8.7 million workers with suspect Social Security numbers, starting this fall.
The ruling is in favor of coalition that included the AFL-CIO, the American Civil Liberties Union and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
In a statement, AFL-CIO President John J. Sweeney said: "This is a significant step towards overturning this unlawful rule, which would give employers an even stronger way to keep workers from freely forming unions. . . . "
Huh. How does having a valid SSN keep workers from freely forming unions, except when you are recruiting illegals to your ranks.

A three-year government audit ending in 2001 found "widespread" misuse of Social Security numbers by illegal immigrants, who often present fake or fraudulent documents to obtain jobs. Overall, 7.2 million illegal immigrants account for at least 10 percent of low-skilled U.S. workers and 5 percent of the total U.S. workforce, according to a Pew Hispanic Center analysis of 2005 census data.

But it's for the kids

Something to consider if you think taxing cigarette smokers to support child health care is a good idea:

From the San Francisco Examiner.
Belmont apartment dwellers who like to light up in their homes have 14 months to kick the habit, work out a compromise with their nonsmoking neighbors or get out of town.

Under the city's new smoking ban, among the toughest in the nation, apartment residents whose secondhand smoke invades their neighbors' units will be subject to fines of as much as $1,000.
The measure, which the City Council enacted Tuesday on a 3-2 vote, bans smoking in multiunit dwellings as well as in parks, outdoor restaurants and other public places. The apartment provision takes effect around New Year's 2009, while lighting up elsewhere is banned as soon as the law officially takes effect in about a month.
Among those voting "yes" was Mayor Coralin Feierbach, whose father died of cancer and who pushed hard for the law's passage.

"We're doing something no one else has done," the mayor said. "We're pioneers, and sometimes when you're a pioneer you get your head chopped off." Yes, and for a good reason.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

We have met the enemy and he is us.

Who is the biggest threat to the nations security? I suggest it's someone in the Bush administration itself.
When a small private intelligence company that monitors Islamic terrorist groups obtained a new bin Laden video 4 days ahead of it' s official release date, it notified the Bush administration of its' secret acquisition, on the condition that the officials not reveal that they had it until the al-Qaeda release. This was a great asset to the workings and secrets of the al Qaeda network until the information was leaked to cable television news and broadcast worldwide within hours of the tip.
“Techniques that took years to develop are now ineffective and worthless,” said Rita Katz, the firm’s 44-year-old founder, who has garnered wide attention by publicizing statements and videos from extremist chat rooms and Web sites, while attracting controversy over the secrecy of SITE’s methodology. Her firm provides intelligence about terrorist groups to a wide range of paying clients, including private firms and military and intelligence agencies from the United States and several other countries.
Al-Qaeda supporters, now alerted to the intrusion into their secret network, put up new obstacles that prevented SITE from gaining the kind of access it had obtained in the past, according to Katz.

While our soldiers are fighting and dying in Iraq and our nation in constant threat of terrorist attack, how can we allow a couple of glory hounds in the administration to compromise any resource we have to fight what we are being told is our greatest threat, al Qaeda? These leakers must be identified, tried and punished for their selfish actions. This transgression far outweighs the Valerie Plame outing in scheme of national security.

Wednesday, October 03, 2007


Still defending America. Jim Broussard, U.S. Army vet from Reno Nevada is still standing proud for America. When he became aware that a local mexican bar was flying the Mexican flag above the American flag he took matters into his own hands and cut the flag down and threw it on the ground.
The bar owner either doesn't know or doesn't care that they are breaking a federal law. From the United States Code Chapter 4 section 7:
"No person shall display the flag of the United Nations or any other national or international flag equal, above, or in a position of superior
prominence or honor to, or in place of, the flag of the United States at any place within the United States or any Territory or possession thereof."

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Miller's at it again

As if you needed another reason to not buy Miller Beer products.
Miller Beer the big time supporter of illegal immigration and sponsor of said protest rallies finds it necessary to reach out to the flamboyant gay community in order to sell their swill.
Once again Miller is a corporate sponsor of the Folsom Street Fair, the "kinkiest weekend on Earth".
Some of this sponsorship money will go to support the homosexual group Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence which describes itself as "21st century nuns for the queer".
As reported in the World Net Daily, "during this event the city of San Francisco suspends the law and allows 'gay' men and women to parade the streets fully nude, many having sex – even group orgies – in broad daylight, while taxpayer-funded police officers look on and do absolutely nothing."

Monday, September 24, 2007

The List Continues to Grow

Thirty three year old Phoenix police officer Nick Erfle was married, father of two and an eight year veteran of the police force. He survived cancer but was not able to survive being shot by another illegal alien who had already been deported once and was back in this country illegally.
He was shot by Erik Jovani Martinez who at 22, was in the country illegally last year when he was arrested and convicted on theft charges. He was deported on March 3rd. last year and re-entered the country illegally again.
Martinez was stopped by police officer Erfle on Tuesday for jaywalking on a busy Phoenix street. Knowing he had a felony arrest warrant for aggravated assault, Martinez gave him an alias. When the alias turned out to also have a warrant, Martinez began to fight with the arresting officers and pulled a gun and shot Officer Erfle. The illegal then carjacked a passing car and sped away.
The police stopped the car and when Martinez pointed a gun at his hostage police shot and killed the illegal.

The list continues to grow.

Monday, September 10, 2007

After all, it's science

Hurricane Scientists Flubbed Forecasts for Two Years (Update1)

By Kelly Riddell and Elizabeth Lopatto

Sept. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Hurricane researchers, who forecast seven more storms this season, have flubbed the past two annual estimates because of unusual El Nino and La Nina weather phenomena in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

"The predictions reflect variables that make this kind of weather forecasting ``more art than science,'' said Eric Blake, a hurricane specialist at the National Hurricane Center in Miami."

``We base our forecasts on history,'' said Klotzbach in a telephone interview. ``We make the assumption that the future is going to behave similarly to the past, and that didn't happen last year."

It kinda makes you wonder what else are they "assuming"

Tap dancing with the stars.

Rudy: No crime being an illegal immigrant

BY CRAIG GORDON | craig.gordon@newsday.com
September 8, 2007

According to Rudy, "When you throw an immigrant out of the country, it's not a criminal proceeding. It's a civil proceeding,"

I guess it depends on what the definition of "crime" is.
Where have I heard this type of legalize before, oh yeah it depends on what the definition of "is-is".
To this novice the U.S. code seems rather clear.

United States Code. TITLE 8, CHAPTER 12, SUBCHAPTER II, Part VIII, SEC. 1325.
Sec. 1325.- Improper entry by alien
(a) Improper time or place; avoidance of examination or inspection; misrepresentation and concealment of facts
Any alien 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, shall, for the fist commission of any such offense, be fined under title 18 or imprisoned not more than 6 months, or both, and for a subsequent commission of any such offense, be fined under title 18, or imprisoned not more than 2 years.

It's amazing how ridiculous you have to become to defend the indefensible.

Saturday, September 08, 2007

Cooking up some global warming.

A full blown scandal is a brewin'. The foundation of the whole global warming hysteria is supposedly based on a network of sensitive and scientific surface temperature measurement stations. However, economics professor Ross McKitrick has charted a dramatic, worldwide closure of one-half of the planet's stations. Many of these stations were in the former Soviet Union (cold latitude) that were expensive to maintain.

A concerned TV and radio meteorologist put out a coll for individuals to photograph and post pictures of each of the 1221 surface stations.
What he found were stations located next to burn barrels, air conditioning exhaust vents and directly above a Weber grill. Could this possibly effect the data that is being observed?

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Read my lips, no North American Union!

President George W. Bush is"... amused by the difference between what actually takes place in the meetings and by what some are trying to say takes place,’ said Mr. Bush, responding to concerns raised by conservative and liberal groups and some U.S. lawmakers. ‘It's quite comical actually, to realize the difference between reality and what some people on TV are talking about."

What's amusing (not funny) is that so many "conspiracy theories" from JFK to 9/11 to the SPP North American Union could be silenced by a simple open display of the facts. If there is nothing to worry about at the SPP meetings why are they held in such tight secrecy?
One document uncovered by Judicial Watch speculated that in order to overcome public opposition to North American integration, policies should be developed in secret, what the document called “evolution by stealth.” Other documents talk of sending tax dollars to Mexico to build its infrastructure as part of the SPP, and still other documents talk of carbon taxes.ht secrecy?

Slowly one by one the American people are waking up to horrendous orchestrated distruction of our country and some day, somehow, these traitors are going to be brought to light. Cockroaches, meet the Orkin Man.

Friday, August 24, 2007

Is it just me?

O.K. I admit it, I'm paranoid. But for the last couple of years there have been so many things going on in this country that just don't make sense. Such as we can spend billions of dollars rebuilding Iraq but can't fix New Orleans and our bridges are falling down. We are told there are jobs Americans won't or can't do such as operate our ports, build our own roads, cut our own lawns, etc. Hell, we can't even get a fence built with $80 millions dollars. We can send troops to fight terrorism in other countries but we can't protect our own border from those same terrorists.
So when I read the following two articles in the World Net Daily my spidey senses started tingling.

Article one is about how the governor of Colorado has declared a disaster emergency suspending some state regulations for the trucking industry because the wheat harvest this year is 119% larger than last years and the largest in 10 years. This would appear to be good news except that they fear they won't have enough trucks and rail cars to move the wheat to market. They are suspending the regulations in order to allow trucks to be brought in from-Kansas.

Article two is about the Mexican trucks are scheduled to begin invading our country as early as September 1st. even though the DOT audit ordered by congress states that there are a couple of areas of concern that haven't been corrected. We are now being told that the demands of the audit are merely suggestions. According to Todd Spencer, the executive vice president of the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association, "Reading the inspector general's report, there are many serious safety concerns that are still far from resolved," he said. "Now we're just supposed to ignore those recommendations and let the Mexican long-haul rigs roll anywhere they want in the United States, regardless whether it's safe or not?"

My question is do we really need special government intervention to allow trucks from another state to haul wheat from Colorado or are they bringing in Mexican trucks along the "non-existing" Nafta Superhighway throught the proposed Mexican port in Kansas City?

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Join the Ron Paul Revolution

Rep. Ron Paul wins the Rodney Dangerfield award for getting no respect from the MSM.
Once again he outshined the rest of the field in the latest debate according to the unscientific poll conducted by ABC on August 6th.
Paul gathered 28,007 votes. The next closest vote getter was Mitt Romney with 3,724 and Rudy Giuliani with 2,840. Yeah that's right almost 10 times votes for Giuliani.
ABC's post debate Internet survey after the first debate sponsored by MSNBC showed Ron Paul had 9,400 of the 11,000 votes cast with Giuliani, the next ranked candidate barely gathering 150 votes.
How long can they keep ignoring the obvious?

Saturday, August 04, 2007

Thank you Judicial Watch

Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton has put Portland mayor Tom Potter on notice over the city's plan to spend $200,000 on a centralized hiring site for day laborers.

"Thomas Fitton, the group’s president, faxed a letter to Potter on Thursday, two days after the Portland Tribune published a piece surveying Judicial Watch’s lawsuits in other jurisdictions over the same issue.
The letter advised of “serious legal concerns” with using taxpayer money to support day laborers, most of whom are undocumented, according to one recent study. He cites a 2006 study by UCLA and the University of Illinois, which found that 75 percent of a sample of 2,260 day laborers across the country were undocumented."

“By establishing and operating the proposed day laborer site, the city will likely be violating federal law,” Fitton writes.

"He further likens the situation to the city running its own “red light” district or illicit drug market so that those participants may have a “safe, orderly and well-regulated environment in which to engage [in] their illicit transactions.”

Friday, August 03, 2007

It's No Fun Being An Illegal Alien, or is it?

Coming soon to a computer near you, "ICED!" a new video game that invites players to step into the shoes of foreigners who run afoul of the U.S. immigration system.
"The game allows you to get into the body of a person, so you can experience what they are going through. There are very few opportunities to get that perspective," said Mallika Dutt, head of the nonprofit Breakthrough, which produced the game and uses new media to highlight social issues around the world.
"ICED!" seeks to show how immigration laws passed in 1996 expanded the number of crimes that can trigger deportation and limited immigrants' rights to appeal.

Players try to avoid deportation by keeping a low profile and performing community service. Shoplifting or jumping a subway turnstile loses points. Lose too many, and your character ends up in a federal detention facility.

Perhaps they can later come out with a new game called "Sold Out", a game where you can be a U.S. Congressman that must talk out of both sides of his face all the while taking bribes and kickbacks to sell out his country.

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

The surge has some success.

Two of Bush's harshest critics spent eight days meeting with American and Iraqi military and civilian personnel in Iraq.
Their conclusions are sure to upset a lot of people, especially the Democratic leadership.
From the New York Times:
Published: July 30, 2007
VIEWED from Iraq,...
"Here is the most important thing Americans need to understand: We are finally getting somewhere in Iraq, at least in military terms. As two analysts who have harshly criticized the Bush administration’s miserable handling of Iraq, we were surprised by the gains we saw and the potential to produce not necessarily “victory” but a sustainable stability that both we and the Iraqis could live with."
"Today, morale is high. The soldiers and marines told us they feel that they now have a superb commander in Gen. David Petraeus; they are confident in his strategy, they see real results, and they feel now they have the numbers needed to make a real difference."

While all the news is not good, in fact they discribe the situation as still grave, how about we give the military the time that we voted for the surge before we demand a pull out and defeat.

Now, how do the Democrates view this news?
"House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) said Monday that a strongly positive report on progress on Iraq by Army Gen. David Petraeus likely would split Democrats in the House and impede his party's efforts to press for a timetable to end the war.
Clyburn noted that Petraeus carries significant weight among the 47 members of the Blue Dog caucus in the House, a group of moderate to conservative Democrats. Without their support, he said, Democratic leaders would find it virtually impossible to pass legislation setting a timetable for withdrawal."

It's sad that they are more concerned with their party's standing than in what is best for our country, our troops and the Iraqi people. God forbid we actually achieve something in this whole mess.

Friday, July 27, 2007

Illegals. Welcome to Safe Haven, Connecticut

The city of New Haven Conn. should change it's name to Safe Haven. In an effort to roll out the welcome wagon to illegal aliens, they are the first city to offer I.D. cards to them. This is said to be an effort to allow the illegals to open bank accounts so they can deposit their money and not be such easy targets for robbers.
How thoughtful.
It makes me wonder if they don't have any Wells Fargo or Bank of Americas there.
In a note of irony: Days after New Haven approved the plan, before cards were given out, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents conducted raids there that led to about 30 arrests.
So illegals, please sign up so we know who and where you are.

Thursday, July 26, 2007

Come on Peter-rachet it up.

Oregon Congressman Peter DeFazio is concerned that with Bush's executive order 51 which redefines government continuity, and contravenes our constitution, is perhaps a conspiracy that needs to be investigated.
When he asked to view the documents, which are held in the secure "bubble-room", he was denied access even though he has top security clearance and is a leading member of the U.S. House on the Homeland Security Committee.
"We're talking about the continuity of the government of the United States of America," DeFazio says. "I would think that would be relevant to any member of Congress, let alone a member of the Homeland Security Committee."

"Maybe the people who think there's a conspiracy out there are right," DeFazio said.
Do you think?
Simply put, the order gives the president the power to assume control of all governments, Federal, State, Local and Tribal, in the event of a catastrophic national disaster, terrorist attack or civil unrest. All this without the debate or input from congress and now he won't even let them look at the plans.
Impeach Bush now before martial law.

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

With Friends Like This, Who Needs Enemies?

George Bush thumbs his nose once more at our constitution
On July 17th President Bush made another unconstitutional power grab by signing another executive order. This one is titled "Blocking Property of Certain Persons Who Threaten Stabilization Efforts in Iraq".
This order blocks the property of any person determined by the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State and the Secretary of Defense,

(i) to have committed, or to pose a significant risk of committing, an act or acts of violence that have the purpose or effect of:

(A) threatening the peace or stability of Iraq or the Government of Iraq; or

(B) undermining efforts to promote economic reconstruction and political reform in Iraq or to provide humanitarian assistance to the Iraqi people;

(ii) to have materially assisted, sponsored, or provided financial, material, logistical, or technical support for, or goods or services in support of, such an act or acts of violence or any person whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to this order; or

(iii) to be owned or controlled by, or to have acted or purported to act for or on behalf of, directly or indirectly, any person whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to this order.

(b) The prohibitions in subsection (a) of this section include, but are not limited to, (i) the making of any contribution or provision of funds, goods, or services by, to, or for the benefit of any person whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to this order, and (ii) the receipt of any contribution or provision of funds, goods, or services from any such person.

Sec. 2. (a) Any transaction by a United States person or within the United States that evades or avoids, has the purpose of evading or avoiding, or attempts to violate any of the prohibitions set forth in this order is prohibited.

(b) Any conspiracy formed to violate any of the prohibitions set forth in this order is prohibited.

More laws put into effect by the executive branch without the benefit of congressional debate or vote. The guilt of this crime appears to be determined by the Sec. of Treasury rather than a court of law.
Watch out protesters, you might lose your home.

Just Desserts

Professor Ward Churchill was finally fired.
The Colorado University professor was thrust into the national spotlight for his essay "Some People Push Back: On the Justice of Roosting Chickens." which said "said those killed in the World Trade Center collapse were "a technocratic corps at the very heart of America's global financial empire" and called them "little Eichmanns."
His termination however resulted from an investigation on allegations including misrepresenting the effects of federal laws on American Indians, fabricating evidence that the Army deliberately spread smallpox to Mandan Indians in 1837, and claiming the work of a Canadian environmental group as his own.
Na Na Na Na, Na Na Na Na, Hey Hey Hey, Goodbye.

Saturday, July 14, 2007

More from the gang that just doesn't get it.

From the Register Guard:

Published: Saturday, July 7, 2007

Lane County government is so short on money, not even the CEO's job is safe.

The job of county administrator - the chief executive over the 1,500-employee organization - might be expendable if the government must shrink due to funding cutbacks, Commissioner Bill Fleenor said this week.

Board Chairman Faye Stewart is 180 degrees opposite Fleenor: It's because the financial picture is so grim that the county needs another skilled leader at the helm, he said.

"To say we don't need an administrator is a mistake," Stewart said. "We need to find somebody that's got some really good ideas, because this organization is going to need to make some changes."

In fact, Stewart said the job is so big that it warrants help - he wants to create an assistant county administrator position. The board will meet Wednesday on both positions and whether to look locally, nationally or globally for candidates.

And this in from Thursday:
The commissioners agreed to not only replace the leaving administrator, Bill Van Vactor, and to increase the salary of that position by $15-29 thousand, but to also create a new position of assistant that pays $95-130 thousand.

With the county budget hemorrhaging money, the threat of laying off over 200 workers, closing parks, and eliminating DA and Jail personnel, Mr. Stewart wants to open another vein. It seems what we really need is at least 1 less commissioner.

Thursday, July 12, 2007

Don't have a cow man.

Springfield Vermont was chosen over the "real Springfield, Oregon" to host the premier of the first Simpson's movie. Vermont won with a total of 15,367 votes. Oregon had 13,894 votes and came in third. D'Oh. Great try Mayor Leiken and everyone involved. If we only had a nuclear plant nearby.

Monday, July 09, 2007

Bulldozers don't kill people, people kill people.

This has to be one of the most convoluted arguments I have ever heard.
In 2003, Rachel Corrie, 23, spent part of the year acting as a human shield in Rafah, Gaza, between Israeli bulldozers and Palestinian homes. On March 16, she was run over by an Israeli bulldozer while protesting the demolison.

Quote from attorney Maria LaHood: "Like those who supplied poisonous gas for the Nazis' gas chambers, Caterpillar should be held accountable."
Why stop there? Why not sue the fuel company that supplied the fuel for the bulldozer?
This case needs to be thrown out like the $54 million pants lawsuit.
Just more proof that we have too many lawyers in this country.

Friday, July 06, 2007

Don't Miss Goreapaloosa 2007

I'm sure the liberals that are crying for the "fairness doctrine" and the end to talk radio will want to wait at least until the Reverend Al Gore has finished his summer of love, peace and understanding. What is being promoted as the sensation of the summer, Gorestock also known as Live Earth, is being given at least 75 hours of free coverage by NBC Universal.
"In addition to devoting the entirety of NBC’s Saturday prime-time hours to this Gorestock, hosted by Ann Curry of NBC News, there will be seven hours on CNBC, 18 hours on Bravo, 22 hours on both the Sundance Channel and the Universal HD channel, and three hours combined on Telemundo and Telemundo 2. On top of that, NBC’s press release added that "MSNBC will broadcast special coverage of this global concert event throughout the day with live reports from the concerts in New York and London."
I wonder how much coverage will be given to those experts that differ with the Rev. Gore about the cause and effect of this global problem?

Friday, June 29, 2007

Sorry Felipe-no amnesty for you.

Mexico President: Senate Made Grave Error

MEXICO CITY(AP)— The U.S. Senate made a grave error by failing to pass
legislation that would have led to the legalization of millions of
unlawful immigrants, Mexican President Felipe Calderon said Thursday.

The U.S. “economy could not prosper and advance without the labor of
Mexican and Central American immigrants,” he told a news conference
held with visiting Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega.

Well gosh I guess we'll just have to wait and see what happens if the government actually enforces our laws and secures the border.

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Thursday, June 28, 2007


WASHINGTON - "The Senate drove a stake Thursday through President Bush's plan to legalize millions of unlawful immigrants, likely postponing
major action on immigration until after the 2008 elections."

"It was a victory for Republican conservatives who strongly criticized
the bill's provisions that would have established pathways to lawful
status for many of the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants. They
were aided by talk radio and TV hosts who repeatedly attacked the bill
and urged listeners to flood Congress with calls, faxes and e-mails."

Let's not forget the numerous blogs and websites that have actually led the charge in this issue. The internet was way ahead of talk radio and the TV hosts with the exception of Lou Dobbs.

"From the beginning, the bill's most forceful opponents were southern
Republicans. GOP Sens. David Vitter of Louisiana, Jim DeMint of South
Carolina and Jeff Sessions of Alabama led the charge, often backed by
Texan John Cornyn."
"Also crucial to the bill's demise was opposition from three Democrats
recently elected from GOP-leaning states: Jon Tester of Montana, Claire
McCaskill of Missouri and Jim Webb of Virginia."
Thank you courageous Senators for listening to the voice of the American people and standing up to tremendous forces of the illegal immigration lobby.

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Monday, June 25, 2007

Is Fred Thompson what Republicans are Looking For?

Casting himself in the role of Washington outsider, Fred Thompson has a long history as a political insider who earned more than $1 million lobbying the federal government.

Using his access to members of Congress and the White House staff for over 20 years, Thompson lobbied for savings and loan deregulation that hastened the collapse and bail out. He also lobbied for a nuclear energy project that cost the taxpayers more than a billion dollars.

"More recently, while Frist led the Senate, Thompson earned more than $750,000 lobbying for a British reinsurance company that wanted to limit its liability from asbestos lawsuits."

When Howard Baker became the Senate majority leader in 1981, lobbying provided Thompson with about 80 percent of his total income.

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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Is it getting cold in here?

Forget Global Warming, I think Hell just froze over. Cindy Sheehan and I agree on something.

Cindy Sheehan Quits Anti-War Campaign.
In a letter posted on a liberal website Monday, Sheehan complained about the smears and hatred directed at her by liberals since she renounced her ties to the Democratic Party.
Sheehan also noted that while conservatives "slandered and libeled" her as a "tool of the Democratic Party," liberals did the same thing -- "when I started to hold the Democratic Party to the same standards that I help the Republican Party."
Sheehan also criticized the "peace movement," which she said "often puts personal egos above peace and human life.
"I am going to take whatever I have left and go home," Sheehan wrote on Monday.
I hope Ms. Sheehan can get her life back in order. I am sorry for her loss and for all those who have been killed or maimed in this what seems to be eternal chaos. But I'm glad she finally realized that both sides of this struggle are corrupt and we can carry on without them.

Monday, May 28, 2007

Memorial Day 2007

Today is the day dedicated to honor all those who have sacrificed and fallen in order to guarantee the freedoms that we currently enjoy.
Please click here for a brief history on this dedication.

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Surrender Monkeys

When I think of San Francisco I think of anything goes. Well, not if you're a couple of politically incorrect chimpanzees masquerading as "surrender monkeys". San Francisco home of non-stop protests draws the line at primates with the wrong message. San Francisco's health code (who knew they had one) prohibits anyone from possessing or having under their control without a permit a "wild and potentially dangerous animal. That includes "the chimpanzee, the baboon, the orangutan, the gibbon and the gorilla."

Wayne Pacelle, president of the Human Society of the United States, decried t he use of live primates in a protest.
"It's a shame that Move America Forward is exploiting animals to score political points," Pacelle said. "Bringing chimpanzees into a crowded situation is potentially dangerous for the animals as well as the public. It also shows this group's disregard for the law, since it's generally illegal to have chimpanzees in San Francisco."

No mention of the legality of chimpanzees masquerading as City officials.
The chimps, April and Jake were in town as part of a protest organized by Move America Forward, a group that opposes Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid's support on measures that they claim undermine the mission of our troops in Iraq. When confronted with the rule by one of San Francisco's finest, the chimps were carefully returned to their home on Steve Martin's Working Wildlife home, San Fran. was once again safe from this incredible threat.

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

I Couldn't Have Said It Better

This is the only comprehensive immigration reform we need and deserve:
Courtesy of the Jerry Doyle Show:













Sunday, May 20, 2007

F*** John McCain

Senator "Amnesty" McCain should keep on running-for the border. While Mr. McCain can't seem to find time to do his elected job, he has now missed 43 Senate votes, he can somehow find time to lobby for his favorite cause, amnesty for 20-30 million illegals. And lobby he did.
Objecting to Senator John Cornyn's concerns about the effects the McCain-Kennedy bill will have on American citizens, McCain basically labeled these genuine concerns as "chicken shit". Evidently concerned that Sen. Cornyn doesn't fully grasp his knowledge on the immigration situation he then told Sen. Cornyn "Fuck you! I know more about this than anyone else in the room," And he should know more about this mess than most because he has done more to give away this country than almost anyone in government.
So mister McCain perhaps you have "Stockholm syndrome" or some other mental illness but please admit your illness and get help or resign.

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Why I can't vote for Rudy.

From Jerome Corsi-World Net Daily.

"Questions are being raised over Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani's policy on terrorism, after a report revealed he has strong ties to two foreign investment consortia working to own or lease U.S. toll roads, including the Trans-Texas Corridor 35, which is identified as part of the I-35 "NAFTA Superhighway."
"Giuliani's Houston-based law firm, Bracewell & Giuliani, is identified by the Texas Department of Transportation as the sole law firm representing Cintra Concesiones de Infraestructuras de Transporte, S.A., the Spanish investment consortium that has joined with Zachry Construction Company in San Antonio on the TTC project."
"Just this month, independent journalist Diane Grassi first broke the story of Giuliani's involvement with the NAFTA Superhighway, writing that, "All negotiations for Cintra were and are presently handled by the law firm, Bracewell & Giuliani, LLP, of which Republican Presidential candidate, Rudolph Giuliani, has been a senior executive partner since March 2005. His law firm is the exclusive legal counsel for Cintra."

Rudy is just one more North American Union organizer willing to sell out this country for his own gain. Mark him off my list of possible candidates.

Friday, May 11, 2007

What North American Union?

It's not unusual to hear the mention of the Amero as being the unifying unit of currency of the "not being implemented" North American Union. What is unusual is that it was proposed as far back as 1999.
From the Fraser Institute (a Canadian Think Tank);
"The plan for a North American Monetary Union presented in this study is designed to include Canada, the United States, and Mexico. Under the proposed plan, bank notes and coins of the currency (tentatively called the "amero" ) will have "amero" symbols on one side and national emblems on the other to preserve important symbols of national identity."
Isn't that warm and fuzzy letting us keep our "symbols of national identity".

"When the United States joined other international organizations like the IMF, the World Bank, the World Trade Organization, and the North American Free Trade Agreement, the expected economic and political gains appeared to offset the surrender of some national sovereignty."
Gosh just surrender a little bit of your sovereinty and we'll set up a North American Union Bank and to siphon off a little more of your hard earned money and tell you how to spend what's left. But remember, there is no North American Union in the works.

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Our Legal System Is Officially Nuts

How do you know that your legal system is nuts? Well first you have two border guards given 10-12 years in prison for doing their job and defending our country against a lying drug smuggler. Now you have a D.C. judge, Roy Pearson, suing the owners of a dry cleaning shop for losing his pants.
When they originally couldn't find the pants the judge demanded a thousand dollars. The owners refused to pay and found the pants a week later and tried to return them to the judge but by then he was so upset that he sued them for $65 million dollars. Can you spell extortion?

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Is the North American Union behind schedule?

Originally the union of Canada, the U.S., and Mexico was to be in 2010, now the Mexico's U. N. representative has stated that it must be done in 8 years, before the U.S. baby boomers retirement wave hits full force. They contend that illegal immigration is actually good for the U.S. economy and do not drain U.S. social services.
Isn't it comforting to know that all these life changing plans are being conducted behind our backs? Why should the American people and the Congress be bothered by all this trivia?

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Monday, April 23, 2007

From the "Stop Global Warming" Tour

I think the Sheryl Crow-Laurie David brain trust just might be breathing too many bio-diesel fumes. Traveling around the country on their "Stop the Global Warming Tour" Ms. Crow has come up with a couple of ways to reduce our carbon footprint.
Number one is a "limitation be put on how many sqares of toilet paper can be used in any one sitting." "I think we are an industrious enough people that we can make it work with only one square per restroom visit, except, of course, on those pesky occasions where 2 to 3 could be required."
Number two: "I also like the idea of not using paper napkins, which happen to be made from virgin wood and represent the heighth of wastefullness. I have designed a clothing line that has what's called a "dining sleeve". The sleeve is detachable and can be replaced with another "dining sleeve," after usage. The design will offer the "diner" the convenience of wiping his mouth on his sleeve rather than throwing out yet another barely used paper product.. I think this idea could also translate quite well to those suffering with an annoying head cold."
I can't even come up with the words to describe my reaction to this silliness except maybe Yuck.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Illegal Immigration Rally in Eugene 4/21/07

Well, there weren't too many people that turned out for todays Illegal immigration rally-maybe 25 or so. We did have the honor of having Jim Gilchrist the president of the Minuteman Project as guest speaker along with Rick Hickey from Oregonians for Immigration Reform, Richard Sturm from KPNW radio, and Hans Zeiger, a student activist from Hillsdale College in Michigan. Hans is a great example of the younger generation that we need to carry this ball in the future.
It's depressing that we don't have more visible support from the Americans in the construction and service industries that are being displaced by illegal immigration but maybe they will eventually wake up and see the threat just as the Teamsters are finally doing. I hope we have a bigger turnout in Salem on April 23rd, 24th, and 25th for the Trucker Slowdown for the boycott of Mexican trucks being allowed to drive in the U.S.
Hope to see you there!

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Payback's a Bitch

By IOAN GRILLO, Associated Press Writer Wed Mar 28, 11:57 PM ET

MEXICO CITY - Mexico's attorney general on Wednesday demanded U.S. authorities do more to stop guns and drug money from heading south and fueling the drug violence in Mexico that left more 2,000 dead last year.
"It's truly absurd that a person can get together 50 to 100 high powered arms, grenade launchers, fragmentation grenades, and can transport this cargo to our country," Medina Mora said. "It's a task that needs a much more decided and determined effort from the U.S. government, and it's one of the demands we have put on the table."
"It's unthinkable that organized crime can get these amounts of money," Medina Mora said. "These transactions are not happening within the (Mexican) financial system. They are mostly from the flow of cash from the United States to Mexico."

Gosh more demands by the Mexican government. Don't they know that these poor drug smugglers are just trying to feed their families? Just doing the jobs that Americans won't do. What is truly absurd is that the Mexican and American government don't admit that they are the complicit in this tragedy by not working together to secure the border from both sides. The most logical solution is often the simplest solution.

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

If it ain't broke, don't price-fix it.

Bush administration lawyers urged the Supreme Court on Monday to repeal the nearly 100 year old that bans manufacturers from fixing prices of their products.
The government argues that the price-fixing rule is too rigid and makes it more difficult for companies to market their products with special displays in stores.
The National Assoc. of Manufacturers and other business groups have joined the Bush Adm. in urging the court to pull back on enforcement of antitrust laws. The laws have been in effect since 1911.
Changing this law would allow companies to set minimum prices that stores could sell a product.
My first impression is that it can only cost me more money to buy the the things I buy now. I don't see any advantage at all for the buying public. I also don't see the role of the Federal Government promoting price fixing especially now that more and more companies are consolidating and being gobbled up by large multinationals. I also don't believe that it is the job of the Supreme Court to make or repeal laws. I was led to believe their responsibility was to determine whether the laws passed by Congress were constitutional or not. The separation of power between the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches seem to be disappearing almost as fast as our individual freedoms are.

Saturday, March 24, 2007


We used to say "Curiosity Killed the Cat", but "Globalism Killed the Cat" may be more accurate.

The Food and Drug Administration has said the investigation into the pet deaths was focused on wheat gluten in the food. The gluten itself would not cause kidney failure, but it could have been contaminated, the FDA said.
Paul Henderson, chief executive of Menu Foods, confirmed Friday that the wheat gluten was purchased from China.
The point is although the U.S. exports nearly two thirds of the wheat it produces and it is grown in at least 42 states, why are the pet food companies buying wheat gluten from China? With our staggering trade deficit with China it seems the last thing we need to import is a wheat product. I realize the company in question is Canadian and the plant in Kansas but why are we buying pet food from them? If you say that we can't compete on price then why are most of the names on the list of suspected products some of the most expense brands such as Science Diet, Iams, and Eukanuba?
We have spent decades and billions of dollars refining our product and worker safety codes and regulations only to abandon these practices in just a few short years to the siren call of "Globalization". We are constantly told that it is a global economy and there is nothing we can do about it, I suggest that is nothing more than manipulation. Do what you can to buy locally from your neighbors when ever possible. Check out the origins of your purchase if possible. Don't purchase what you don't need. Reuse and recycle. Remember that when you shop for the lowest priced items you are not considering the true cost equation. You are probably adding to the hugh national trade imbalance, costing your neighbor a job, decreasing the local tax base that funds your schools and other local projects and supporting countries that often imposed tariffs and restrictions that make it impossible for us to sell goods to them. Free trade is not the same as FAIR TRADE.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Don't call them Freedom Fighters

I could be wrong but I think if you use children as decoys in order to carry out your plan of destruction, you shed any doubt for those who would call you a freedom fighter instead of a cold blooded heartless murdering terrorist.
AP wire service
Updated: 2:43 p.m. PT March 21, 2007

BAGHDAD - Police said Wednesday that children were used in a weekend car bombing in which the driver gained permission to park in a busy shopping area after he pointed out that he was leaving his children in the back seat.
"Children in the back seat lowered suspicion, (so) we let it move through, they parked the vehicle, the adults run out and detonate it with the children in the back," Barbero told reporters in Washington. "The brutality and ruthless nature of this enemy hasn't changed."
Last April, a Marine told an Associated Press reporter in Ramadi that he was shot at by insurgents who were holding children. Other Marines on patrol in the city west of Baghdad have said Sunni insurgents ask children to check out American defenses or warn them of approaching convoys.
I also think it's ingenuous to call them "insurgents" or any other politically correct euphemism.

Monday, March 12, 2007


Oh yeah. The Ducks are going to the big dance.
The first round is against Miami.
No not Florida, but Miami of Ohio. If they keep
playing the way they have been recently, they have
chance to beat anyone.

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Desensitizing, Jamming, and Conversion

First you need an attack plan. How do you convince the general public to accept and embrace the minority gay lifestyle? Well, you just call in a couple of Harvard educated marketing gurus like Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen who came up with the following strategy of "Desensitization, Jamming, and Conversion".
"Desensitization consists of a "continuous flood of gay-related advertising". Flood the public with a never ending assault of gay issues until the "issue becomes thoroughly tiresome." In order to speed up the indoctrination process you can force the schools and government agencies to require mandatory "diversity seminars". These are "re-education" events wherein attendees are manipulated, guilt -tripped and brainwashed into accepting that "homosexuality is a minority characteristic, exactly the same as being Jewish or black, and that thinking or feeling otherwise means you're bigoted, judgmental and hateful." To be continued....

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

More from those whacky French

PARIS -- A new law in France makes it a crime for anyone who is not a professional journalist to film real-world violence and distribute the images on the Internet.

Critics call it a clumsy effort by authorities to battle "happy slapping," the youth fad of filming violent acts - which most often they have provoked - and spreading the images on the Web or between mobile phones.
Ligue Odebi, an association that seeks to protect freedom of expression on the Internet, said the measure will also hinder citizens' abilities to expose police brutality.

"This makes France the Western country that most infringes on freedom of expression and information - particularly on the Internet," the group said in a statement on its Web site.
Violators will be subject to up to five years in prison and nearly $100,000 in fines.
"The sections of this law supposedly dealing with 'happy slapping' in fact have a much broader scope," Reporters Without Borders said in a statement. "Posting videos online showing violence against people could now be banned, even if it were the police carrying out the violence."

Friday, March 02, 2007

All the news that isn't

The Justice Department on Wednesday announced the largest drug bust in 10 years as it rounded up more than 400 members of a Mexico-based cartel distributing tons of cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamines in the United States.
Federal or state charges were unsealed Wednesday morning against 139 defendants in California, Arizona, Illinois and New York.

The 20-month investigation led by the Drug Enforcement Administration and aided by more than 100 federal, state, local and foreign law enforcement agencies, has so far resulted in the seizure of approximately $45.2 million, 27,229 pounds of marijuana, 9,512 pounds of cocaine, 705 pounds of methamphetamine, 227 pounds of pure methamphetamine or "ice," and 11 pounds of heroin.

So, drug cartels are cooking meth in what are called 'super labs' outside of the country, then smuggling the drugs into the United States through regular smuggling routes along the southern border.

While the enormity and scope of this bust is overwhelming, what is more interesting is the lack of coverage in the main stream media. In searching for more info on this bust I Googled "Largest Drug Bust", "$45 Million drug bust", "Mexican cartels" etc. and was not surprised to see Fox News at the top of the list but rather, to not see any other major media listed. No NY Times, no LA Times. Try it yourself maybe I'm not that good at Googling. Perhaps this is why when discussing the illegal immigration problem I am often told that I am a xenophobic, racist overreactionary.
Here in Oregon we have relegated the non-prescription cold medicine to prescription status to stop the local mom and pop meth producers we have ignored the source of rivers of illegal drugs flowing from the south. Open borders are like open sores, they invite infection and grow every day.

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

How to fix our broken immigration laws

For all you who want to "fix" our broken immigration laws, how about these immigration laws which include:
# in the country legally;
# have the means to sustain themselves economically;
# not destined to be burdens on society;
# of economic and social benefit to society;
# of good character and have no criminal records; and
# contributors to the general well-being of the nation.

The law also ensures that:
# immigration authorities have a record of each foreign visitor;
# foreign visitors do not violate their visa status;
# foreign visitors are banned from interfering in the country's internal politics;
# foreign visitors who enter under false pretenses are imprisoned or deported;
# foreign visitors violating the terms of their entry are imprisoned or deported;
# those who aid in illegal immigration will be sent to prison.
These seem pretty common sense. These are the Mexican immigration laws, worth a look.
Read the rest of the article for many more great suggestions for the proper treatment of the "immigrant" population.

Monday, February 26, 2007

The Progressive Mind. It's a dangerous thing to have.

In progressive mind, jealousy and indifference automatically lead to abuse and murder.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican men who display extreme jealousy or avoid sex with their wives could be tried in court and punished under a new law, the special prosecutor for crimes against women told a local newspaper on Friday.
Men found guilty of jealousy or indifference could face up to five years in prison, the newspaper said. Mexico's individual states will determine the punishments, it said.
The progressive new law was passed this month to protect women from domestic violence.
Perez Duarte said indifference, jealousy or lack of love were crimes against women just as much as physical violence.

"Jealousy produces a particular type of stress in the person that comes up against it," she said. "It is exactly the same. They are wounds, psychological scars identical to physical scars."

Tuesday, February 20, 2007


From The Police lyrics-"Every Breath You Take"

Every breath you take
Every move you make
Every bond you break
Every step you take
I'll be watching you.

Every single day
Every word you say
Every game you play
Every night you stay
I'll be watching you.

"Cincinnati video surveillance company CityWatcher.com now requires employees to use VeriChip human implantable microchips to enter a secure data center,..."
"The VeriChip is a glass encapsulated RFID tag that is injected into the flesh of the triceps area of the arm to uniquely number and identify individuals. The tag can be read through a person's clothing, silently and invisibly, by radio waves from a few inches away. The highly controversial device is being marketed as a way to access secure areas, link to medical records, and serve as a payment instrument when associated with a credit card."
"Although CityWatcher reportedly does not require its employees to take an implant to keep their jobs, Katherine Albrecht, "Spychips" co-author and outspoken critic of the VeriChip, says the chipping sets an unsettling precedent. "It's wrong to link a person's paycheck with getting an implant," she said. "Once people begin 'voluntarily' getting chipped to perform their job duties, it won't be long before pressure gets applied to those who refuse."
"The VeriChip is Big Brother technology being unscrupulously marketed by a company that would like to put a chip in every one of us. It has no place on free American soil."

Monday, February 19, 2007

We don't need no stinkin' Free Speech

The Students for a Democratic Fascist Society have once again managed to shut down the free exchange of ideas like the true fascists that they are. A debate was scheduled to be held at UCLA between Carl Braun the California State Director of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps and Dr. Yaron Brook of the Ayn Rand Institute regarding border security.
"Apparently the open border advocates will infringe upon our constitutional rights to free speech because they are worried that we will educate college students about the criminal elements that enter our country illegally while they simultaneously threaten the personal security of our members," stated Chris Simcox, founder and President of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps.
Anarchist websites urged like minded free speech haters to show up and protest. They even gave tips on how to avoid the police and how to wear clothing that helps protect them from Tazers.
Citing the school authorities' security concerns, Arthur Lechtholz-Zey, Chief Executive Officer of Club Logic, notified Mr. Braun at 6pm Monday evening (Pacific Time) that the event was cancelled.

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

A Modest Proposal for the governor

Since Oregon Governor K. suggests that Oregon Climatologist George Taylor stop using the title because it does not represent the states position on climate change, I have a humble request.
Since I disagree with almost all of the governor's views and his leadership, and the fact that he won by less than 51% of the vote, I think he should be known as the "1/2- Governor of Oregon".

Friday, February 09, 2007

Oregon Governor says: Drink the Kool-Aid or else.

Drink the Kool-aid Mr. Taylor.
Oregon governor Comrade Kolongoski is demanding loyalty to the state. Since the opinions of state climatologist George Taylor don't fit into the governor's program, Kolongoski is suggesting that he be stripped of his title and given to an appointee. Sen. Brad Avakian, (D) Washington County, is sponsoring the bill. He said global warming is so important to state policy it's important to have a climatologist as a consultant to the governor.
The Governor says, "I just think there has to be somebody that says, 'this is the state position on this.'"
Perhaps Mr. Taylor needs to be sent to a "global warming" indoctrination camp. The last thing we need is for this highly acclaimed climate scientist to interfere with our agenda.
While the MSM insists that the global warming we are experiencing is "very" likely caused by human activity, there are still courageous conscientious experts that insist on keeping an open mind and following the scientific method. The truth stands on it's own and doesn't shy away from any challenge.

More on the framing of the Border Guards

More evidence is finally coming out about the obvious railroading of the two border agents Ramos and Compean.
Rep. John Culberson, R-Texas, yesterday called for the resignation of four DHS investigators, including Assistant Inspector General Elizabeth Redman, after DHS Inspector General Richard Skinner testified under oath his deputies had lied to Congress about non-existent reports that were supposed to have established Ramos and Compean as rogue cops who wanted to "shoot some Mexicans."
These non-existent reports were the primary reason that these border guards testimonies were suspect.
Medical records obtained by WND clearly establish the bullet wounds suffered by Aldrete-Davila involved a lateral wound to the left buttocks, not a "shot in the back" as repeatedly claimed by Sutton. This is completely contrary to the claim that the smuggler was shot in the back as he tried to run away, but is more consistent with someone in a threatning sideways stance perhaps pointing a gun.
The smugglers handler, DHS Special Agent Christopher Sanchez, who had signed a number of the reports used to convict Ramos and Compean also sheparded the smuggler around and when he was released from the hospital, Sanchez took possession of the removed bullet and took it home, breaking the "chain of evidence". The facts must come out and those responsible for this injustice must be punished.

Tuesday, February 06, 2007


There's gold in that there Global Warming!
The same people that are running around the nation touting the benefits of turning our state highways into toll roads are now salivating about the many ways they can cash in on the "Global Warming" hysteria. One of these is "carbon cap-and-trade", selling Carbon credits.
Morgan Stanley vice chairman Jon Anda wants us to “to think of climate change in cash flow terms: imagine a series of payments over many years to cover the damage from carbon emissions… Simply put, we have a carbon liability and the value of that liability is rising”.
"Although he doesn’t mention this in his Financial Times article, one big future winner may be Anda’s own firm. Morgan Stanley announced last October that it “plans to invest in approximately $3 billion of carbon/emission credits, projects and other initiatives related to greenhouse gas emissions over the next five years.”
"Another big winner may be Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs, part owner of the European Climate Exchange and the Chicago Climate Exchange – the exclusive marketplaces for trading carbon credits."
"And although Anda avoids discussing the all-important flip side of his conclusion, just who are the “losers” providing the “winners” with their dubiously-gained profits?

That’s easy. Just look in the mirror. As outgoing chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., wrote in the Dec. 18 Wall Street Journal, cap-and-trade “would cost the average American family more than $2,700 a year while having no measurable impact on global temperature.”

It's interesting that the evidence behind the much anticipated U.N.'s forth report on climate change was withheld for 4 or 5 months so that "changes... [can be] made after acceptance by the working group or the panel... to ensure consistency with the 'Summary for Policymakers'.

Thursday, February 01, 2007

Arizona Legislator wants to criminalize defenders

She looks innocent enough doesn't she?
Arizona House of Representative Kyrsten Sinema (District 15, Phoenix) is proposing legislation that would revise an Arizona criminal statute that would make felons out of patriots, and classify groups such as the Minutemen, Guardian Angels or anyone daring to voluntarily identify and report illegal activity in her state as "domestic terrorists" and worthy of a 6-month minimum stint in prison.
The following is a text of the bill she is sponsers:
A. An individual or group of individuals commits domestic terrorism if the individual or group of individuals are not affiliated with a local, state or federal law enforcement entity and associate with another individual or group of individuals as an organization, group, corporation or company for the purpose of patrolling to detect alleged illegal activity or to individually patrol for the purpose of detecting alleged illegal activity and if the individual or group of individuals is armed with a firearm or other weapon.

B. Any city, town or county that suffers injury arising out of a violation of this section may maintain an action in superior court for the recovery of damages or for an injunction, or both. the court may award the successful party reasonable attorney fees.

C. If the court sentences the defendant to a term of probation, the court shall order that as an initial condition of probation the defendant be imprisoned in the county jail for a period of not less than six months. This jail term of incarceration shall not be deferred, deleted or otherwise suspended and shall commence on the date of sentencing. THis subsection does not apply to persons who are sentenced to serve a period of incarceration in the state department of corrections.

D. A violation of this section is a class 5 felony.

Obviously Ms. Sinema does not believe in the second amendment or the right for law abiding Americans to defend their own country, property or themselves. The Minutemen who are often discribed as NeoNazis, KKK, and right-wing extremist zenophobes, to date have not had one documented instance of perpetuated violence. On the contrary, when ever they have assembled to lodge peaceful legal protests, they are generally the victims of verbal and even physical assault. It is clear that Ms. Sinema is an enemy to the majority of Americans that believe in securing our borders and having a well regulated and sustainable immigration policy. If you would like to write her and voice your concerns about her legislation, her email is ksinema@azleg.gov. Her Fax number is (602)417-3015 and her phone number is (602)926-5058.

Monday, January 29, 2007

If you can't silence the media, buy it.

You have to ask yourself why a large Australian bank would be interested in owning over 40 small newspapers in the U.S.? Well maybe it's because Macquarie Bank is Australia's largest capital rising firm and has invested billions in purchasing roads in U.S., Canada and U.K.
With the rising opposition to the Nafta Superhighway mounting, the investors are feeling the heat. In many of the small communities in the Trans-Texas corridor these newspapers are very important. "The newspapers are the main communication tool for many of the rural Texan communities, with many citizens at risk of losing their homes and farms through eminent domain," Costello wrote.
Many of these small papers have been very critical to the whole toll road project.

Saturday, January 20, 2007

It can't happen here

Canada welcomes Communist Red China to its airwaves.
"What were you doing on the Friday before Christmas?"
"To the background strains of Silent Night and White Christmas, CRTC mandarins approved nine--count 'em--nine Chinese state-run television networks to broadcast their shows in Canada."
The International media watchdog Reporters Without Borders called the regime's news agency, Zinhua, "the world's biggest propaganda agency".
"With CCTV, Canadian television will never see exposes lamenting China's appalling record on human rights, programs that detail the harvesting of human organs for sale or get to watch Chinese citizens being led away in handcuffs for the crime of writing essays on the worldwide net."
Let's hear it for those beacons of diversity, freedom and human rights advocates, the Communist Chinese.

Thursday, January 18, 2007

We will rue the day

Is George W. Bush a Mexican Mole?
"January 17, 2007 should go down in American history, along with December 7, 1941 and September 11, 2001, as days on which the United States was brutally attacked."
"For on January 17, 2007, Jose Alonso Compean and Ignacio Ramos, former border patrol agents, will be sent to federal prison for defending the United States against an illegal alien from Mexico as that criminal was attempting to smuggle drugs into America."
"Even more distressing is the fact that our president, who has taken an oath to defend and protect America against all enemies, refused to intervene on behalf of Compean and Ramos, and on behalf of the American people."
"He will be remembered as the president who discarded American sovereignty, rule of law, language, and culture in exchange for cheap lettuce and fruit. He will also be remembered as the president who sent American men and women 8,000 miles from home to fight for Iraq and Afghanistan, but who refused to defend the American people at our southern border."

Monday, January 15, 2007

God Bless Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

We could sure use this mans leadership today. If you have never listened to his anti-Vietnam war speech, I recommend a listen. It is very poignant. The following is from his Nobel Prize speech in 1964.

"This evening I would like to use this lofty and historic platform to discuss what appears to me to be the most pressing problem confronting mankind today. Modern man has brought this whole world to an awe-inspiring threshold of the future. He has reached new and astonishing peaks of scientific success. He has produced machines that think and instruments that peer into the unfathomable ranges of interstellar space. He has built gigantic bridges to span the seas and gargantuan buildings to kiss the skies. His airplanes and spaceships have dwarfed distance, placed time in chains, and carved highways through the stratosphere. This is a dazzling picture of modern man's scientific and technological progress.

Yet, in spite of these spectacular strides in science and technology, and still unlimited ones to come, something basic is missing. There is a sort of poverty of the spirit which stands in glaring contrast to our scientific and technological abundance. The richer we have become materially, the poorer we have become morally and spiritually. We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but we have not learned the simple art of living together as brothers."

Thursday, January 11, 2007

North American Union or bust

Still not convinced that the North American Union has been the goal of globalists for the last 20 years.

"Nationhood as we know it will be obliterated, all states will recognize a single global authority...National sovereignty wasn't such a good idea after all..." Strobe Talbott, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, Clinton Administration

"It is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation-states, however powerful." Maurice Strong, co-chairman UN Commission on Global Governance. "a system of world order--preferably a system of world government -- is mandatory...The proud nations someday will see the light and, for the common good and their own survival, yield up their precious sovereignty..." Walter Cronkite, A Reporter's Life.
Today, 20 working groups operate out of offices in the Commerce Department preparing policy papers, memorandums of understanding, and trilateral declarations of agreement, laying the foundation for how the agreement will work. Each working group has a counterpart in the other two nations. The Bush Administration refuses to release the names of the members of the working groups. Members of the groups and top Administration leaders including the Secretaries of Defense, State and Homeland Security have attended top level meetings in Canada and Mexico to discuss SPP policy such as "Demographic and Social Dimensions of North American Integration."
Yet, all of these very expensive meetings and travel expenses, paid for by the Administration have never been authorized by the U.S. Congress. Officially, Congress has never been informed of the activities of the SPP, nor have they been approved. It's all been created behind the scenes with the use of the President's Executive Order pen.

If these one world globalists were really acting in the best interest of our individual countries they wouldn't lie and hide most of these operations from congress and the American people.

Further Down the North American Union Road

Union Pacific is asking the Federal Railroad Administration to allow a train that regularly originates in Mexico to undergo safety inspections south of the border and enter without any checks in the U.S.
"Already at war with many of its customers over poor service and escalating prices, Union Pacific now is seeking authority to avoid safety inspections on U.S. soil and run trains from Mexico as far as 1,500 miles through and into major U.S. metropolitan areas," the union says.
The UTU's Paul Thompson disagrees.

"The Union Pacific wants the train safety inspections to be performed in Mexico, where U.S. safety regulations have no force and need not be followed, and where the level of safety training and commitment is unknown," he said.

Thompson further argues a drug war has been raging in Nuevo Laredo.
"America should not be rolling the dice on public safety and national security to benefit an already highly profitable railroad able to pay its chairman $25 million annually and hand out $1 million year-end cash bonuses to top executive," he said. "Public safety and national security should not take a back seat to corporate profits. It is that simple and that urgent."
The rational for this is to expedite the movement of goods from Mexico to the U.S. The result would be to allow more Chinese crap, Mexican drugs, and illegals to more quickly and easily be moved into the heartland of the U.S. from areas in Mexico that even the local officials are afraid to enter because of lawlessness. Not to mention the bypassing of the U.S. workers that are currently serving as a deterent.

Tuesday, January 09, 2007


The Big Lie About Immigration Enforcement

By Jim Kouri

Monday, January 8, 2007

How many times have we heard mayors and governors, when faced with complaints regarding illegal aliens, claim that their police officers aren't authorized or trained to enforce immigration laws? Too many times, if you ask me. Well, either these government leaders are too ignorant to to hold office or they're out-and-out lying to the American people.
The Immigration and Nationality Act includes section 287(g), added in 1996, that grants local and state jurisdictions the ability to enforce immigration law with proper training and supervision by federal authorities. In 2003, Alabama became the second state in the nation to participate in the program by signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Department of Homeland Security. Florida was the first state to participate, in 2002.
While many politicians claim their police officers are not allowed to conduct immigration laws, their excuse for ignoring illegal aliens is a canard. Too few police agencies are taking advantage of the training offered by ICE and DHS.
Alabama Governor Bob Riley said the training and authorization allow the troopers, during the course of their regular duties, to question, detain and arrest individuals who are in this country illegally.
It's sad that I had to learn about this useful tool to fight illegal invasion from the Canadian Free Press and not our own media.

In a March 22, 2005 ruling, in Muehler v Mena, in unanimous decision from a Court known for its 5-4 splits, the United States Supreme Court essentially said that asking about immigration status during a lawful police contact (or, by implication, any lawful contact) was as fundamental a question as asking for name, address and date of birth. Indeed, the Court made clear that no predicate "independent reasonable cause' need exist to inquire into immigration status. It is the Law of the Land.

Remember the next time you hear an offical state that they have no authority or tools to help with this growing threat to our security and well being the quote in the 1st. paragraph-" either these government leaders are too ignorant to to hold office or they're out-and-out lying to the American people."