Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Invasion U.S.A.

According to Reuters:

By David Schwartz

PHOENIX (Reuters) - The Mexican government has opened a special call center in Arizona to provide a sympathetic ear for citizens caught up in crackdown on illegal immigration in the desert state.

Officials at the Mexican consulate in Tucson said they opened the center last week. It is available 24-hours-a-day to field complaints from Mexican nationals about their treatment in the border state, where as many as half a million illegal immigrants live and work in the shadows.

"We want to offer a human voice at the other end of the line, so they can feel protected and know that someone is here for them," Alejandro Ramos, head of the consulate's Department of Protection, told Reuters.

What part of aiding and abetting don't they get? When are our elected officials going to do their job and crack down on these invaders? How much more blatant does it have to get. Good Lord.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Journalists Gone Wild

Attention Helen Thomas. This is one way to get President Bush's attention.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Are We Safe Yet?

In order to see just how serious our own government is about national security and the illegal immigration invasion you need to look no further than our own Homeland Security chief.
From the Washington Post:
By Spencer S. Hsu
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, December 11, 2008; A01

Every few weeks for nearly four years, the Secret Service screened the IDs of employees for a Maryland cleaning company before they entered the house of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, the nation's top immigration official.

The company's owner says the workers sailed through the checks -- although some of them turned out to be illegal immigrants.

Now, owner James D. Reid finds himself in a predicament that he considers especially confounding. In October, he was fined $22,880 after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigators said he failed to check identification and work documents and fill out required I-9 verification forms for employees, five of whom he said were part of crews sent to Chertoff's home and whom ICE told him to fire because they were undocumented.

Mr. Reid is very upset about getting caught and being fined.
"No one wants to put the blame on the head; they'd rather put the blame on the business owner," said Reid, who owns Consistent Cleaning Services. "Damned if I should be fined for employees that I took over to their house."
Sorry Mr. Reid learn to E-verify or get out the business.

Lest you think this is just one incidence of blown out of proportion, concider this from Fox News in Boston:
Boston, MA (UPI) - The Boston-area port director for U.S. Customs and Border Protection has been arrested on charges she hired undocumented immigrants to clean her condominium.

Lorraine Henderson was arrested Friday, capping an eight-month undercover investigation, The Boston Globe reported Saturday.

Henderson, who directs 190 armed officers who oversee ports of entry in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut, became the target of an investigation after a fellow employee told her that her regular cleaner was an illegal immigrant from Brazil.

Friday, December 12, 2008

Say It Ain't So Joe.

Sometimes it seems you have to go to great lengths to get even a little bit of information in this information age.
While cruising the internets I came across this interesting article in the Russian Pravda no less.

The United States is reportedly working on the new currency, the Amero, which will be common for the USA, Mexico, and Canada.
Amero notes have no portraits of US presidents on them and resemble the Belarussian rubles. For example, there is an image of a deer depicted on a 50-amero note, whereas a picture of a pyramid of Mexican Indians can be seen on a 100-amero note.
Conspiracy theorists contend that the governments of the United States, Canada, and Mexico are already taking steps to implement such a currency, as part of a "North American Union (NAU)" No current members of any country's government have officially stated a desire to create such a body, nor introduce a common currency.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

More Mahony Bologna

A letter to the homosexual members of the Catholic church: Please don't burn my church down.
Bishop Mahony seemed to trip over his vestment trying to assuage the wrath of the gay community over the church's support for Prop. 8.
Rather than coming out and telling the community that the bible says that the homosexual lifestyle is indeed a sin, politically correct Bishop insisted that the Church support was to "resist a legal redefinition of marriage."
The bishops said that from the beginning their purpose was not to ban gay marriage. (Not that there's anything wrong with that)

Sunday, December 07, 2008

Traditional American Values

Eugene can just keep it's flaming, Joe Sperm, disrespectful traveling nun circus of a Downtown Celebration parade. I just spent a glorious sunny afternoon in Springfield enjoying the annual Christmas parade in a town that hasn't forsaken tradition for progress. Hallelujah Springfield.
Merry Christmas to all.

Pearl Harbor Day

Today marks the 67th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The attack killed 2,350 people and injured many more. To help honor those people the U.S.S. Arizona memorial was built in 1961. You can go to the Pearl Harbor Survivors Project to explore some of the stories recorded by the actual people affected by this horable event.