Invaders shake down taxpayers for $350K with help of feckless feds

Georgia Public Broadcasting — Atlanta
New Haven, Conn. — Advocates on all sides of the immigration debate are digesting the latest big, and perhaps historic, development: The U.S. government agreed to pay a $350,000 settlement to 11 Connecticut men arrested in raids in 2007. — The plaintiffs claimed immigration agents violated their rights during the early morning raids, which snared nearly three dozen people. — Immigration experts, as well as the Associated Press, say the settlement appears to be the largest ever paid by the government to resolve a lawsuit over an immigration raid of a home. They say the deal also is the first to grant relief to the plaintiffs facing deportation. — Under the terms, plaintiffs have the option of delaying enforcement action against them for four years and then reapplying for permanent status; or terminating deportation proceedings altogether… Read More

Supremes to review Arizona immigration law

Arizona Republic — PhoenixTan Klanswoman
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in the lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Arizona’s immigration law Senate Bill 1070. — The high court issued two-sentence decision Monday morning. No court date has yet been set. — Gov. Jan Brewer requested the hearing after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit upheld federal court Judge Susan Bolton’s decision to halt several key parts of the law from going into effect in 2010. Bolton ruled that immigration is the bailiwick of the federal government, not individual states. The 9th Circuit ruling was a 2-1 decision. — Since then several other states have passed laws similar to SB 1070, and also are facing federal challenges by the U.S. Department of Justice… Read More

Hilarious!: Ruling on Alabama’s HB-56 has Tan Klan’s undies in bunch

NCLR (Tan Klan)The Despicable Tan Klan
NCLR (National Council of La Raza [“The Race”]) expressed outrage at U.S. District Court Judge Sharon Blackburn’s decision to let stand the most egregious provisions of HB 56, the nation’s harshest and most draconian version of Arizona’s infamous anti-immigrant and anti-Latino law. Those provisions include allowing local law enforcement to pull over and detain people whom they suspect could be undocumented and, even more disturbing, requiring teachers and schools to collect information on the immigration status of their students. – “This law harkens back to similar laws in Alabama’s past. We have been down this road before, and this is not a part of Alabama’s history that bears repeating,” stated Janet Murguía, NCLR President and CEO. — “Let me be very clear: allowing these provisions to go into law will wreak havoc on the people of Alabama, not just its Latino residents,” Murguía continued… Read More of this Traitor’s Rant

Notorious radical ethnic pimps want Phil Kent off immigration panel — Atlanta
Georgia’s immigration enforcemenNo Whiners!t review board is off to a controversial start, even before its first meeting. The board has seven members – all white and all male. — The Anti-Defamation League has called upon Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal to remove newspaper editor and columnist Phil Kent from the board. — Kent’s critics say his history of staunchly opinionated columns and articles regarding race and multi-culturalism should be enough to keep him off of the panel. Bill Nigut of the Anti-Defamation League insists Kent should be removed… Read More


Radical open-borders zealots found guilty on charges stemming from AZ protest

Arizona Capitol Times — PhoenixScumbags
A judge has found three [illegal alien] rights advocates guilty of failing to follow police orders during a protest last year over Arizona’s controversial immigration law and a crackdown. — The verdicts reached Thursday bring the number of [illegal alien] advocates convicted of the same misdemeanor charge to 13. — All could face up to four months in jail and a maximum $700 fine when they are sentenced Aug. 23 by Justice of the Peace David Seyer. — The latest verdicts were handed down against [illegal alien]-rights group leader Salvador Reza and the Rev. Peter Morales [miscreants shown at right], president of the Boston-based Unitarian Universalist Association. — Another advocate was convicted of the same charge in the verdicts announced Friday. Two others were acquitted…. Read More

Phony GOP group ticked off about criminal invaders getting deported

Washington IndependentMexican Bandito
States rush to pass their own immigration laws while Congress watches, seemingly more amused than concerned. Meanwhile, quietly, the Obama administration is sending [invaders] who break the law packing. — Obama is deporting far more law-breaking immigrants than George W. Bush ever did, sometimes by margins of 2-1 or greater. That fact has led Dee Dee Garcia Blase, national director of Somos Republicans to say Obama may need to fire Janet Napolitano, secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. — “Hispanics are upset,” Garcia Blase said. “Because of all these state legislatures introducing anti-Hispanic laws, most Hispanics still feel safer voting for Obama than they would for Republicans.” Read More

  • Note: If you believe that this “Somos Republicans” outfit is some sort of conservative Republican group we have some oceanfront property in Salina, Kansas you might be interested in investing in. — It’s important to note that the hideously corrupt Obama Regime is most likely NOT deporting that many criminal invaders since the regime has mixed voluntary removal numbers in with deportation numbers. A voluntary removal IS NOT a deportation. Just more lies from Comrade O’s nest of thieves.

Obama tells Tan Klan Dems are with them in amnesty

Dave Gibson — The ExaminerTreasonous Swine
On Monday, President Obama addressed the National Council of La Raza and once again told the Latino crowd that our immigration system is broken and a political solution is necessary to amend the situation (i.e. amnesty for illegal aliens). — Obama said: “The idea of doing things on my own is very tempting, I promise you, not just on immigration reform. But that’s not how our system works. That’s not how our democracy functions.” — He encouraged the attendees, saying: “I need you to keep building a movement for change outside of Washington, one they can’t stop, one that’s greater than this community.” Read More

Obama set to pander at Tan Klan soiree today

The Critical Post — Chicago
[Comrade] Obama will be speaking to Hispanic leaders [the wretched National Council of the Race] at the Marriot Wardman Park Hotel at 12:50 PM EDT and is expected to address immigration issues and promises he made to the Hispanic community during his 2008 campaign but which he has not fulfilled yet. Some in the community have been harshly critical of the President. Deportations during his presidency are up from the years previous to his taking office. — The ongoing impasse between the political franchises, as well as, the President’s agenda for the nation during the rest of his administration – has not found any give from either side… Read More



Invader corrupt Obama Regime failed to slap ICE detainer on now agitating for amnesty

Asian JournalDeport Invaders Now!
Los Angeles — One of the [invaders] arrested after a protest earlier in the week is calling for the greater Asian and Filipino community to rally behind the DREAM Act, Comprehensive immigration reform, and the [illegal alien “rights”] movement. — Ju Hong, an [illegal alien and] UC Berkeley student originally from South Korea, was among the seven [invaders] arrested on Tuesday after a protest at San Bernardino Valley College. — About 200 protesters gathered at the college to protest the county’s cracks down on illegal [aliens]… Read More


Tan Klan’s Murguia has knickers in twist over All Star Game

Janet Murguia — National Council of  The RaceThe Despicable Tan Klan
On Tuesday night, millions of Latino baseball fans will watch with pride as players with names like Gonzalez, Ortiz, and Reyes take the field at the 82nd Annual All-Star Game. But as the camera pans across Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona, it will also be a painful reminder that when he had the chance, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig failed to stand up for his Latino players, coaches, and fans by not speaking out against Arizona’s war on the Hispanic community. — It’s not as if Selig didn’t know about the controversy. Last year, when Arizona enacted SB 1070, a discriminatory racial profiling law, the outrage was swift and overwhelming. A coalition of civil rights organizations called both for a tourism boycott of the state and for baseball to move the All-Star Game. Players like Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzalez and Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista both said the law concerned them… Read More