Wednesday, January 10, 2007


Guardsmen overrun at the Border
12 News Jan. 4, 2007 02:44 PM
National Guard unit stormed while patroling the border Border attack raises security concerns
Not a peep from our local media on this attack!

A U.S. Border Patrol entry Identification Team site was overrun Wednesday night along Arizona's border with Mexico.According to the Border Patrol, an unknown number of gunmen attacked the site in the state's West Desert Region around 11 p.m. The site is manned by National Guardsmen. Those guardsmen were forced to retreat.

In the meantime our Police Departments are working with the ACLU to do away with the CLEAR ACT which assists Officers in dealing with Illegals, their more concerned about you guessed (racial profiling.)

WHEREAS: In the 19th century this idea that a State or locality, to interpose itself between the citizens and Federal Government was known as the nullification doctrine. It died in 1865. But it has been reborn not to protect the rights of slave owners, but to protect the privileges of criminal aliens. Upon the last review, the immigration policy was the province of the Federal Government, not the city of Los Angeles or the city of Chicago or the city of Portland, Maine, and it is the responsibility of the United States Congress to remind those cities of this fact. But if these cities want to have their own immigration policy and provide sanctuary for criminal aliens, then they should not look to the American taxpayer to subsidize their efforts.
WHEREAS: Many, primarily Mexicans, who are protesting restrictive policies for illegal immigrants, say they are emulating Blacks and have labeled recent protest the new civil rights movement, demanding "civil rights."

WHEREAS: The two movements are not comparable. The definition of the term civil rights distinguishes the two social actions. Civil Rights are defined as rights to which citizens are entitled. The Black Civil rights Movement and the demands of illegal immigrants to gain rights of citizens then are different by definition, Illegal aliens are not citizens, therefore they have no standing to demand civil rights. The Black Civil Rights Movement was a quest by legal citizens for rights they had been denied by law through the periods of slavery and Jim Crow segregation.