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Posted: 7/30/2005 12:24:46 AM EDT
Here is a group that seems to be fighting the War on Illegals

Help Stop Illegal Immigration!
Join Americans for Legal Immigration Today!
Americans for Legal Immigration (ALI-PAC) has formed to address the disparity between the public's desire for more control of illegal immigration and the actions of lawmakers. Varied polls indicate that over 75% of America's legal citizens want more done to control illegal immigration, yet the elected officials who are willing to address this concern constitute a minority of members in the US Congress and Senate at this time. This must change.

Even more alarming is the disparity between our current laws and what is actually happening in the country. Illegal immigration is exactly as the title implies; it's illegal. If three fourths of America's legal citizens want illegal immigration curtailed and laws are in place to facilitate their wishes through a constitutional democracy, then why is America experiencing the largest population increase through illegal immigration in our history?

We are taking action and we need your support. ALI is dedicated to supporting candidates who make illegal immigration reduction a top priority. We are a nonpartisan political action committee and your contributions and membership will go to candidates that will work to reduce illegal immigration. We also plan to educate lawmakers, the media, and the public about the wishes of the vast majority of legal citizens to control illegal immigration and point out the negative impacts illegal immigration is having on our society.

Our state and federal budgets are being overwhelmed. Schools, hospitals, law enforcement, and public services are being strained while the taxpayers incur more costs and more debt. Our nation's very survival and identity are being threatened along with our national security. Past perceptions about illegal immigration do not describe the current situation. We are facing an illegal immigration crisis of unprecedented proportions that has arisen over the last ten years. Your help is needed if we are to change direction on this issue.

Please take the time to sign up for our e-mail updates. Membership to Americans for Legal Immigration is only $25 per year and entitles you to post public comments on news articles, participate in our discussion forums, receive our special edition newsletter four times per year, and vote on candidates you feel we should support. Higher levels of contributions will be needed as we seek to affect the outcome of elections. We are nonpartisan and the results of our candidate questionnaires will be available for public viewing.

We also hope you will contribute in other ways. Please send us any national or local news stories regarding illegal immigration. Hearing from you will help us do our job better. It is time for us to take action to secure our borders, support our border patrol, remove the 10-14 million illegal aliens in our midst, and elect candidates that will truly represent the desires of the public on this issue.
Link Posted: 7/30/2005 12:34:49 AM EDT
Here is one of the stories from the homepage and the homepage address

Report: Shots fired at CA Minutemen!
Posted on Monday, July 25 @ 13:48:23 EDT
Topic: illegal Border crossing immigrants  
There was a good turnout of reinforcements at the Campo CA Minutemen border watch this weekend. The usual suspects showed up to protest our peaceful gathering. All the usual hate was spewed at the 60 -80 minutemen to no avail. There were a few media members from Spanish language stations, so the angry mob pretended to be more civil with their leader reading a solemn prayer and a recitation of the 3500 illegal aliens who have died trying to cross our border illegally...
(Minuteman Project, Border Security, gangs, laws, crime, terrorists, illegal immigration)

CA Minuteman Party www.minutemanparty.com

After a few moments, he blamed that and every other death in the Western hemisphere on the minutemen. They targeted Jim Chase, getting right up in his face, screaming and taunting him after they breeched our line. Finally the sheriffs took charge & tried to marshall the protesters back into the border road, but to no avail. Jim Gilchrist arrived, and the mob came to life threatening to kill him, calling him names, but Jim never responded. That first episode ended a few minutes later with a spontaneous outbreak of "God Bless America" while American flags were waived. One protester, a grandmother, came over and shook my hand and said she wanted to be "Amigos". I could tell that she was sincere and shook her hand in a gesture of good will.

After that we split into several groups, and went out on patrol. The terrain was rugged, but beautiful on the moonlit night. Little did we know what lie ahead for one group of minutemen already on patrol in Jacumba.

Other than making new friends, and exploring the territory around our post, nothing happened. At about 1 pm, we heard the angry mob return to the base camp & this time they were much louder, since the media crews were long gone. One particularly sick individual kept using profanity and making perverse suggestions to several of the men in our group right in front of his little girl. An alert minuteman, Larry Morgan, showed this to the sheriffs deputy who promptly arrested this man, and after a search of his vehicle, an open container of alchohol was found. The decision was made to strike base camp and find a more suitable location in the morning on private property to avoid the constant harrassment of the angry mob.

Upon returning to the VFW at about 3 AM, we heard a chilling report from Jim Herring, a young man from Mission Viejo, who was on patrol with his girlfriend Darlene, and about 13 other minutemen at Jacumba. According to Jim, they were intercepting messages about a drug deal going down right then. Just after they discovered an individual on the border road, they lit him up with a spotlight, shots rang out. Jim and the minutemen around him took cover from what sounded like an AK47 rapid firing, but could not be sure. The rounds hit the steel runway corduroy that makes up the border fence in this region near Herring's position. This story is developing, so this preliminary report may be changed, but shots were fired at a minuteman patrol, which to my knowledge has never happened before.

Listen to the Terry Anderson Show tonight at 9:00 for the latest on this story.

We plan to post some pictures and video on the event as time allows. If you took a photo & would like to share it, please e-mail it to us.

Link Posted: 7/30/2005 1:02:17 AM EDT
Here is another one where an illegal alien with a prior CONVICTION for DUI
after getting his DRIVERS LICENSE back............
kills a father, critically injures his wife and injures their two children

Drunk Driving illegal alien: Prior convictions: Murders father & injures family!
Posted on Tuesday, July 19 @ 17:35:42 EDT
Topic: Crime Scenes illegal immigration laws  
A roofer with a history of drunken driving slammed his truck into a Mount Holly family's beach-bound station wagon over the weekend, killing a Gastonia high school teacher, authorities said...
(illegal immigration, crimes, security, laws, NC, Licenses, Democrat, Republican)

July 19, 2005
Charlotte Observer

Scott Gardner, 33, died hours after the Saturday afternoon crash along N.C. 130 near Wilmington. His two children, 2-year-old Avery and 5-year-old Jackson, suffered only minor injuries, but their mother, Tina Gardner, 31, remained in critical condition Monday evening.

The man accused in the crash -- Ramiro Gallegos, 26, of Supply, N.C. -- remained in a Brunswick County Jail without bond Monday on charges of second-degree murder and hit and run. His blood alcohol level at the time of the arrest was 0.22 percent, nearly three times the legal limit of .08 percent, said First Sgt. J.O. Holmes with the N.C. Highway Patrol.

Holmes said Gallegos told troopers that he was in the country illegally from Mexico. But he was not deported despite previous convictions for DWI, resisting arrest and failure to appear in court, records show.

N.C. law-enforcement agencies have few resources for deporting illegal immigrants who break the law, Holmes said.

"If they are convicted of a serious offense, then at whatever point they complete their time, they are deported," Holmes said. "But DWI, from what I understand, does not qualify."

Cheryl Jones, chairwoman of MADD Metrolina, which covers the Charlotte region, said she doesn't understand why authorities didn't deport Gallegos.

"I would like to see a judge justify that now that we have one person dead and one person seriously injured," she said. "What these courts don't understand is that every DWI has the potential to kill."

In April 2004, Gallegos was sentenced to three years of probation for a DWI and driving while his license was revoked, N.C. Department of Correction records show. In 2003, he was sentenced to probation, also for DWI, records show.

The crash happened about 5:30 p.m. Saturday on N.C. 130 not far from Shallotte.

Troopers recovered beer cans throughout the cab and bed of the 1999 Ford F-150 pickup truck that Gallegos was driving, Holmes said. Gallegos and three other co-workers had packed into the truck's front cab and were heading west when Gallegos ran off the road, over-corrected and crossed the center line, Holmes said. Troopers estimated he was 10 mph over the 55 mph speed limit.

Scott Gardner apparently tried to swerve to the right to avoid the crash, Holmes said, but the family's eastbound 2001 Subaru station wagon never left the road before impact. He and his wife were both airlifted to New Hanover Regional Medical Center, where he died early Sunday.

The children survived with minor injuries only because they were properly restrained, Holmes said. Both parents also were wearing their seat belts.

Gallegos is accused of running from troopers at the scene, Holmes said. He was captured nearby and is charged with the two felonies as well as DWI, driving with a revoked license, reckless driving and failure to wear a seat belt.

The Gardner family was headed to Sunset Beach for a weeklong vacation, said neighbor Stephanie Moeller. Another couple followed, and the group planned to share a rental unit.

After the wreck, Tina Gardner's parents drove from Spivey's Corner to be with her at the hospital. Family members were caring for the children.

Word of the fatal wreck spread fast through the Gaston County community, where Gardner worked as a digital communications instructor at the Highland School of Technology. The family played active roles at the First Baptist Church of Mount Holly.
Link Posted: 7/30/2005 1:29:31 AM EDT
Tom Tancrado is the only politican with any balls to speak up about it. Why only him??
Link Posted: 7/30/2005 1:41:48 AM EDT

Now if any of you police think that a 200 hundred dollar ticket for not wearing a seat belt is fine, then please tell me what your department policy is on illegals...catch and release, isn't it.
Link Posted: 7/30/2005 1:47:27 AM EDT
Yeah, didn't you get the memo, it is a fed problem
states have no say in the matter, no authority
Link Posted: 7/30/2005 3:33:20 AM EDT
Tom Tancrado is a hell of a good representative. Colorado can be proud of him. He isnt afraid to speak out about this BS we all see happening in this country. We need a hell of lot more Tom Tancrados.
Link Posted: 8/2/2005 1:27:14 AM EDT

Tom Tancrado is the only politican with any balls to speak up about it. Why only him??

There is one other

Houston Republican Rep. John Culberson
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