September 2013

A man and his nephew are facing deportation after they allegedly fled a police officer trying to pull them over for speeding.

Combes police arrested Juan Ramirez-Sanchez and Josue Ramirez on Saturday night.

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A detainer is no guarantee that ICE will even show up (what are the odds?) to take custody of the illegal. Even if they do, that’s still no guarantee of deportation. Uncle and nephew weren’t the only illegals arrested in Cameron County yesterday.

Attracting and retaining traditionally underrepresented students, as well as keeping them on the path to earning college degrees has proven to be a challenge, not only here, but across the country.

On Tuesday, the Colorado Department of Higher Education will unveil a program that hopes to create solutions for that issue.

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Hick wants to raise taxes $1B annually (on the Nov. 5th ballot) to pay for educating the mostly Mexican kids from cradle to grave. Open borders Leftist logic: Mexicans are so fantastic for Colorado’s economy, taxes keep going up up up… to pay for them.


arrest and prosecute the House GOP for treason.

House Republicans have violated the Constitution numerous times. They once violated our full faith and credit clause and threaten to do so again. They seek to undermine the post office, which is a constitutional requirement. They refuse the authority of the US Supreme Court and threaten to shut down the government. They are traitors and should be removed from office and prosecuted as such.


Even as President Obama and his administration are making a last minute push to encourage enrollment in Obamacare, a quiet change was made on the website regarding those who will still not be able to afford coverage after the program kicks in. From at least June 26, 2013 to as recently as September 15, under the topic, “Where can I get free or low-cost care in my community?” the following statement appeared: “If you can’t afford any health plan, you can get free or low-cost health and dental care at a nearby community health center.” Here is how the page in question appeared:

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This is an article about “amnesty” but it reminds me to remind the human rights gang and you “church” people that you are working side-by-side with big business interests looking for cheap labor (it is not about having a humanitarian heart!) and that Grover Norquist is a ring-leader of the cabal.

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ST. LOUIS • St. Louis Bosnians who gathered in the Bevo Mill neighborhood Sunday to salute the groundbreaking of a monument to their motherland were themselves hailed by the president of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Not all Muslims are Arabs, but the overwhelming majority of Bosniaks are Muslim. They are the descendants of Christians who were defeated by invading Islamic forces some 500 years ago. Their ancestors were given the choice to convert to Islam or die by the sword. They converted.

During the Bosnian war, jihadists from across the Muslim world flocked to Bosnia to defend the nascent Muslim Bosnian state.

At 1 p.m. Monday, Rocio Hernandez Perez and 29 other young people will walk in a convoy across the bridge over the Rio Bravo and head for the Nuevo Laredo border crossing between Mexico and the US.

Dressed uniformly in graduation caps and gowns in the style of American students, which most of them once were, they will present themselves to U.S. border guards on the Texas side of the crossing and in effect beg to be arrested.

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September 29, 2013: Humanitarian Parole Requests were presented to Department of Homeland Security on behalf of 27 adult and 3 minor Mexican Nationals.

Mohammad Abdollahi poses with DHS Official

Pro illegal alien  ‘immigration’ attorney Susan Pai writes:

Humanitarian Parole is an exceptional request usually reserved for the most egregious cases (e.g., emergency medical treatment).

If Humanitarian Parole is denied, as was the case with the Dream 9 and the same pattern is followed, the 30 Mexican Nationals in this case are expected to present themselves at the Laredo TX Port of Entry claiming asylum thereby triggering their arrest and detention. They would be interviewed to determine if they have credible fear of returning to Mexico such that they should be allowed to proceed with an asylum hearing in Immigration Court. If not, they would be returned to Mexico. If they pass their credible fear interview, they would be held in detention or released into the U.S. pending an immigration court hearing which could take years to schedule.


Live stream of stunt tomorrow and on Twitter

Update September 30th:
It appears that there is a bit of disagreement between the pro-illegal alien attorneys/advocates on how best to mock U.S. border sovereignty because a minor (actually there are four) they claim has been exploited in the stunt. There were also three illegal alien parents in the group. A female parent at the front of the group had her three year old child with her, (though she never actually held her child the whole time the video was rolling, two males standing behind her took turns holding the oft times fussy child). The mother is an illegal alien, however, it’s claimed the child is a citizen. The mother had attempted three times prior to re-enter the U.S. Looks like she finally made it in… again.

Attorneys were waiting for their illegal alien clients at the Laredo border crossing. The illegal aliens are being processed…but only for show.

Republican Land Commissioner candidate David Watts has an idea he says will save money and help solve the immigration problem. Watts is an East Texas business consultant who’s opposing George P. Bush in the March GOP primary. Watts’ idea: Stop educating the children of undocumented immigrants.

At a meeting of the NE Tarrant Tea Party this week, Watts said a primary duty of the state land commissioner is to manage state lands with the money going to public education. “Manage Texas lands for Texas schools for Texas children,” Watts said. “That’s Texas children,” he added for emphasis. Federal law requires public schools to teach children, no matter their immigration status. The Supreme Court upheld that law in 1982.

In an interview, Watts acknowledged that the Supreme Court decision requires schools to teach all children, but said he would pressure the governor and work with the Legislature to challenge the requirement in court. “It was a 5-4 decision in 1982,” he said. “It’s a different Supreme Court now and I think we could win.” On his Facebook page, Watts pledges to use “my bully pulpit” as land commissioner to encourage passage of a bill to stop educating the children of undocumented parents in Texas schools: “Such a shame that part of your school district taxes are paying to educate non-citizen children of illegal immigrants. Shouldn’t we focus on the children of lawful residents and citizens? Time to change the game in favor of “We the people.”“

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Watts for Texas Land Commissioner

(evil White colonizers need not apply)

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Also: Latinas Think BIG at GOOGLE’s office, Los Angeles

And: LatinVision Conference

In case you missed it: Idaho State University launches Spanish for the Health Professions

And don’t forget: Oct.5th illegal aliens (mostly Mexican) will once again take to U.S. streets en masse to demand Comprehensive Capitulation (Surrender the Republic).

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