Cross posted from Georgia Crime Watch
If you have not called your Senators again this week to share your views on the current immigration bill – please do so today. President Bush is allegedly strong-arming the Senate Republicans into signing the immigration bill.
“There was a lot of frustration that politics got in the way of sound, necessary public policy,” said Jerry Gonzalez of the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials, a statewide organization whose 4,000 members are calling their senators seeking reforms. “The time is now. They need to act. They have to.”
Critics said it disenfranchises poor and minority voters less likely to have a photo identification. Supporters say it’s needed to prevent voter fraud.
“Why should lawbreaking immigrants receive rewards and amnesty?” Georgians demanded. Saxby tried to explain.“Lawyer talk,” they snarled. So Chambliss, along with Sen. Johnny Isakson, modified a page from John Kerry’s playbook. Chambliss voted, in effect, to scuttle the bill that he first smiled upon — and then blamed Democrats for dumping the measure.
**MARCH FOR AMERICA RALLY – ATLANTA, GA**
WHO: All American Citizens and legal residents!
WHAT: March for America Rally
WHEN: SATURDAY JUNE 16, 2007, 1:00PM
WHERE: ATLANTA CAPITOL BUILDING
Four men were arrested last week after allegedly soliciting sex from an undercover police officer. Ricardo Antonio Navarro, 25, of Lawrenceville, 29-year-old Jesus A. Peralta-Fernandez of Doraville, Juan Carlos Dominguez-Huerta, 29, of Tennessee, and Edmond Clifford Riddick of Norcross were charged with pandering after they offered to pay an undercover police officer for sex.
Gangs, Drugs & Immigration: A training conference for is scheduled for Sept. 5-7, 2007, in downtown Los Angeles.
The seminars will be the first of their kind to bring together law enforcement, district attorney’s offices, and citizen groups for training and exchange of information relating to tactics employed against a three-pronged threat to communities…training sessions include “African-American Gangs,” “Gangs and Illegal Immigrants,” “Asian Gangs,” and “U.S. Border Patrol.” Key portions of these sessions will present a history of California prison gangs, a description of how Mexican drug cartels have overtaken city councils, and Sgt. Valdemar’s “Ten Fatal Errors” of anti-gang efforts.
See illegal immigration from a Sheriff’s point-of-view.
**COALITION AGAINST ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION**
James Foley: Ongoing Amnesty Debate at Blogs4Brownback
Bear Creek Ledger: North American Open Skies Agreement
Maggies Notebook: Taxpayers Cost to Illegal Immigrants
**This was a production of The Coalition
Against Illegal Immigration(CAII). If you would like to
participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards,
email stiknstein-at-gmail-dot-com and let us know at what level you
would like to participate.