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The word "Muslim" doesn't appear in this story, the reference to police "working closely with the South Asian community" is a coded reference to people who were either born in Pakistan, or in parts of Britain which have been taken over by Pakistanis.
There has been something of a public alarm over the 11 Egyptian students who went missing on their way to a special college program in Montana. The FBI released a list of their names, but has been slow to publish photos that would actually aid in their arrest. (Michelle Malkin now has the mug shots posted.)
In a column on seatbelt laws, of all things. But author Eric Peters has a point.
Here in Mexico, the ongoing Post-Election Contention continues. Felipe Calderon won by only a quarter of a million votes, but Sore Loser Lopez Obrador continues to contest the election. Most of the protests are in Mexico City. They are non-violent, though quite inconvenient for the residents of that city.
The electoral tribunal is scheduled to hand down the official result by September 6th. Hopefully things will wind down after that.
From the terrific idea for a Website category: Immigrationcounters.Com
I like this Website!
I have no clue who these people are, (although the writing style is familiar) but they have done a great job in providing a one stop source of real-time information to people who do not study illegal immigration and its consequences all day.
America: taking it to the limit?, published 8/6/06 in the San Diego Union Tribune, details environmental organizations' refusal to grapple with their elephant in the living room, namely the US population explosion caused almost entirely by immigration. Now, as the nation approaches 300 million, the enviro-elites' denial is becoming hard to ignore.
The shares of home-building companies have been one of Wall Street's disaster areas this year, and appear to have accurately predicted the end of the great housing construction binge of the past decade.
Considering this situation has caused Maria Fotopoulos of Californians for Population Stabilization to develop a sophisticated new analysis of the dangers of the Senate's Kennedy-Bush Amnesty/Immigration Acceleration Bill.
According to a story by Marla Dickerson in the LA Times, there is a potential crisis brewing in Mexico due to the impending collapse of their major oil field:
I will be chatting with the irrepressible but always edifying Chuck Baker out there in Colorado this Wednesday (August 9th) at 1:00 mountain time...unless of course the capricious event known as childbirth gets in the way!
You can listen live here.
The Chuck Baker Show broadcasts daily at 1:00 on KKKK AM 1580 in Denver, Colorado.
I got an email about Pat Buchanan's new book, which you can buy from Amazon.com now, and it came with the list of bullet points below.
I've added links, so that you can see that a lot of the points PJB makes in the book are the same themes we've been writing and reporting on since 1999.
Jeff Sessions, my sweetie-pie Senator from Alabama, says the new Pence-Hutchison plan is garbage and must not pass.
Here is an excerpt from his latest opinion editorial in the Washington Times:
The United States of America has a ramshackle, insecure, voter registration system.
In 43 out of 50 states, you don
According to a recent report:
"The National Academy of Sciences estimated that each immigrant will result in a $100,000 net annual cost to taxpayers."