Guard the Border from Home

26 04 2008

Cross posted from The Virtuous Republic:

While the federal government wastes time with virtual fences that
don’t work, a citizen’s group has set up a camera system along the
border that will be monitored by volunteers sitting at their computers
at home.

Compared to the federal government’s $20 million fence, the American
Border Patrol spent $100,000 on a system that actually works! Those who
monitor the cameras will contact the Border Patrol when they see
illegals crossing the border.

If you want to volunteer, visit their website here.

A border security group has created a Web site that will let immigration hawks patrol the border over the Internet.
The American Border Patrol’s Virtual Vigilance program will let
people take control over a high-tech camera mounted on a 46-foot pole and watch people crossing into the U.S.
The idea is to help be the eyes for Customs and Border Protection officers.
Five cameras will be set up at the American Border Patrol’s ranch
near Naco and will provide coverage of about 20 miles. The group wants
volunteers to work half-hour shifts.
Glenn Spencer, American Border Patrol’s president, stood in front
of a projection Tuesday at the Marriott University Park and pointed to
an image of a wall federal officials say 300 illegal entrants go over
every day.
“Americans can sit in their homes and they can watch that wall,” he said.
Two of the group’s cameras are thermal and can see five miles into the dark. They cost $85,000 apiece, Spencer said.
Spencer also gloats that The Boeing Co. can’t get its $20 million
“virtual fence” up and running, while his folks developed the hardware
and software for their project at a cost of $100,000. Read more….

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration
(CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link
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The Washington Post: Promoting Illegal Immigration Daily and Twice On Sunday

26 04 2008

Cross posted from Conservative Common Man:

I receive two daily e-mails from The Washington Post,
one with “news” headlines and the other with political headlines and
editorials. Given the Post’s reputation for being a typical liberally
biased newspaper, I fully expect to see immigration sob stories or
other reports detailing the plight of downtrodden illegal aliens and
the vicious laws that restrict them when I read these e-mails, but
today’s offering was a double dose. One article is the usual fare
detailing the bad people that want illegal immigration laws enforced
and the subsequent ill will and damage to the community caused by the
desire for order and lawfulness. The other article bemoaned the border
fence and its possible impact on plants and animals.

It seems Prince William County in Virginia
has become an example of how not to deal with illegal immigration. The
Washington Post’s preferred method for communities coping with the
problem of illegals is more of a “hands off” approach or more
specifically, a “not at all” approach. Kristen Mack wrote an article
titled “Immigration Fight Has New Target, Stewart Hurts Pr. Williams’ Prospects With Harsh Rhetoric Some Say.”
The target of this fight is Corey Stewart, Prince William County Board
of Supervisors Chairman. The following excerpt from Ms. Mack’s article
paints a grim picture of ill will in Prince William County:

When Prince William Board of County Supervisors Chairman Corey A. Stewart
dressed down the police chief for hosting a public meeting with the
Mexican consul to discuss the county’s controversial immigration
policy, Elena Schlossberg-Kunkel was appalled.

Elected officials and business
leaders in Prince William say they are worried that the county’s focus
on illegal immigration is hurting Prince William’s image at a critical
time in its growth and effort to remake itself.

second-largest county had been known for years as a center of cheap
housing and bargain shopping. But in recent years, Prince William
leaders have tried to change course by attracting high-tech employers,
building luxury homes and supporting good schools much as neighboring Loudoun and Fairfax counties have done.

Now, several supervisors in both
parties and business leaders said, those efforts could be set back if
county officials do not shift their focus from illegal immigration,
which has divided the community and brought Prince William negative
national exposure. (”The Road to Dystopia,” one newspaper said of the

Apparently Prince William County
should shift its focus from the illegal alien issue. One wonders why
the board of supervisors would have passed the “controversial
immigration policy” if there hadn’t been a problem with illegal
immigrants in that particular county. Of course the need for and events
preceding the passage of the policy are not to be considered by The
Washington Post, for they do not further the agenda. All that will be
presented is opinion and the arguments that support demonizing the
advocates for tough policies for dealing with ILLEGAL immigrants.
The Post, like the other entities that seek to portray theses
situations as anti-immigrant chooses to intentionally avoid the most
important adjective that describes the targeted immigrants: ILLEGAL! These
disinformation dissemination devices do occasionally slip the word
“illegal” into their text, but not often enough to accurately depict
the fact that these policies and laws are not “anti-immigrant.”

The Post also actively ignores the fact that Prince William County’s
national exposure has not been entirely negative. It is true that the
most widely read and heard exposure is negative due to the liberal
media its place of prominence in reporting. Those of us that find
alternative sources of information have heard positive reports
regarding the county’s policies. As a matter of fact, negative national
exposure at the hands of liberal vessels such as The Washington Post
is the goal of this particular article. Chairman Stewart seems to be
doing his job as opposed to giving in to the pro-illegal liberal agenda
and therefore the liberal press views him as a threat. The more
effective and outspoken someone like Stewart is, the harder the press
must try and silence or discredit him. If they are not successful in
destroying the credibility of public officials that strive to do the
right things and uphold the laws regarding illegal aliens, then others
may follow. The Washington Post editors would really have its work cut
out for them if the majority of counties across the nation took the
problem of illegal immigration seriously.

anti-enforcement movement at The Post does not limit its focus to
personal sob stories and the effects on humans. Roxanne de Luca,
filling in at Haemet ( wrote a great piece on the fence story Environmentalists Throwing Themselves Under the Bus :

The Washington Post reported that the border fence between the United States and Mexico may damage the environment. (Story here.)
Specifically, the fence may prevent various animals and plants from
crossing the border and mating. (The WaPo was unclear on how plants,
which are not locomotive, would be affected by a fence.) Some
environmentalists are so incensed that the pronghorn and long-nose bat
will be affected by the Bush Administration’s policies that they are
threatening civil disobedience.

The environmentalists want to
allow for the free flow of illegals across our southern border because
stemming that flow would harm the terrain and possibly have an affect
on plants and animals in the area. The article referenced by Roxanne,
written by Juliet Eilperin is titled “Researchers Fear Southern Fence Will Endanger Species Further.”

“This wall is so asinine, and so
wrong, I am one of a dozen scientists ready to lay our bodies down in
front of tractors,” Healy Hamilton, who directs the Center for
Biodiversity Research and Information at the California Academy of
Sciences, told colleagues at a recent scientific retreat here. “This is
one thing we might be able to stop.”

“Make it 13!” said Allison Jones, a conservation biologist at the Wild Utah Project, an advocacy group.

Hamilton and Jones have yet to
throw themselves before bulldozers, but their call to arms reflects the
researchers’ growing fears that the wall will imperil species that, in
Hamilton’s words, “walk, fly or crawl across that border.”

The environmentalists appear to
show deep concern for the environment as long as one only looks at part
of the situation. That is unless the trash and backpacks left behind by
the people sneaking over the border pose no threat to the environment.
I am also curious how a fence will affect those species that would fly
“across that border.” That must be one tall fence!

These enviro-nuts embody the
typical liberal mindset, the central tenet of which is gross hypocrisy.
Much like pro-abortion activists that oppose the death penalty for
criminals while advocating its use on the most innocent, these
activists choose a side of an issue and ignore the environmental impact
of the immoral or illegal behavior they support. This is definitely in
line with Al Gore jet-setting around the world to reduce carbon
emissions or the Clintons opposing all wealth… other than that of themselves their closest friends.

I wonder if The Washington Post
and the environmentalists would be satisfied if the border fence was
constructed with recycled materials and built by illegals? It might
work out as long as they are on the Southern side of the fence once it
is completed.

**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 brianbonner90- at-gmail- dot-com and
let us know at what level you would like to participate.

It’s All in the Name – North American Union

26 04 2008

Cross posted from Bear Creek Ledger:

Now instead of calling this the North American Union (NAU) of which
SPP (Security and Prosperity Partnership) is a prelude, the
superhighway will now be called a “regional loop“.
Whenever NAU or SPP is mentioned to the Administration the mentioners
are called conspiracy kooks. That’s kind of odd since all of this is
documented on the government’s own site.

NAU: Conspiracy or Coverup?

To see what the elites are planning, you don’t have
peek through keyholes or plant a spy under the table. Just read their
published reports.

The words most frequently used to describe their goals are
“economic integration,” “labor mobility,” “free movement of goods,
services and people across open borders,” and “harmonization” of

The Council on Foreign Relations published a major report
on May 17, 2005, only two months after the Security and Prosperity
Partnership (SPP) was announced by President Bush, Mexico’s Vicente
Fox, and Canada’s Paul Martin in Waco on March 23, 2005. The CFR
document explaining SPP’s goals and methodology was posted on the U.S.
State Department website, thereby confirming its authenticity.

The CFR report explains
that the three SPP amigos at Waco “committed their governments” to
“Building a North American Community” by 2010 with a common “outer
security perimeter,” “the extension of full labor mobility to Mexico,”
allowing Mexican trucks “unlimited access,” “totalization” of illegal
aliens into the U.S. Social Security system, and “a permanent tribunal
for North American dispute resolution.”

The prestigious Center for Strategic & International Studies published a report in 2007 called “North American Future 2025 Project.” It advocates “economic integration,” the “free flow of people across national borders,” and “policies that integrate governments.”

The CSIS report even calls for “harmonizing legislation” on
intellectual property rights with other countries. That’s a direct
attack on our U.S. patent system, which is the key to U.S. leadership in inventions and innovation.

The Hudson Institute published a 35-page White Paper
in 2007 called “Negotiating North America: The Security and Prosperity
Partnership.” It states that SPP is the vehicle “for economic
integration” with Mexico and Canada and even “combines an agenda with a
political commitment.”

The Hudson White Paper explains

that SPP’s “design” is for the executive branch to exercise full
“authority” to “enforce and execute” whatever is decided by a 3-nation
agreement of “civil service professionals” as though it were “law.”
That means evading treaty ratification and even congressional
legislation and oversight.

Don’t forget the importance of the Wall Street Journal and its
longtime, very influential editorial-page editor, the late Robert
Bartley. When Mexico’s Vicente Fox called for NAFTA to evolve into
something like the European Union, Bartley wrote: “There is one voice north of the Rio Grande that supports his vision. To wit, this newspaper.”

One of the most influential business writers, Peter F. Drucker, wrote in his book, Post-Capitalist Society,
that “The economic integration of the three countries into one region
is proceeding so fast that it will make little difference whether the
marriage is sanctified legally or not.”

When Larry King asked Mexico’s Vicente Fox about plans for a “Latin America united with one currency,” Fox answered
in the affirmative. He said that one currency was part of the “vision”
of the Free Trade Area of the Americas that Bush agreed to in the Declaration of Quebec City in 2001.

So now we know why the Bush Administration won’t build a fence to interfere with “labor mobility” across open borders. Now we know why Bush won’t pardon Ignatio Ramos and Jose Compean, while winking at the prosecutor’s deal to give immunity to a professional drug smuggler.

Now we know why Bush thumbed his nose at the overwhelming congressional votes (411-3 in the House and 75-23 in the Senate) to exclude Mexican trucks from U.S. roads. Now we know why Bush has been more persistent in pursuing “totalization
to put illegal aliens into Social Security than to promote his proposal
to privatize a small part of Social Security for American citizens.

This is no conspiracy. It’s all part of the “economic integration”
of the North American countries that’s been openly talked about for

Yet, today and tomorrow, the 3 countries will be meeting again in New Orleans, LA.

From Lonewacko:

The fourth annual “North American Leaders Summit” –
part of the Security and Prosperity Partnership started by George Bush
– will be held Monday and Tuesday in New Orleans and will be attended
by Bush, Felipe Calderon of Mexico, and Stephen Harper of Canada.
Expect the news reports about the event to be credulous.

The same time President Bush is in NOLA for the SPP summit he will
be in attendance to help celebrate the re-opening of the Mexican
consulate. After Katrina NOLA was flooded with “workers” from Mexico
and Central America. Contractors canceled construction contracts with
companies with American workers to go with companies with illegal
aliens for cheaper costs.

Mexico to reopen New Orleans consulte, George Bush to appear

[At the summit], [o]bservers say [Felipe Calderon]
is eager to tout the role his 30,000 countrymen played in the
rebuilding of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2005… Ricardo
Alday, spokesman for the Mexican Embassy in Washington, said New
Orleans is a good place for Calderon to remind Bush of Mexican workers’
contributions to the U.S. economy…
“I will expect the president to
touch on the economic contributions of migrants to the U.S. economy,
particularly to an area like New Orleans, where I understand a big part
of the cleaning and reconstruction after Hurricane Katrina has been
done by immigrants — not just Mexicans, but immigrants in general,”
Alday said.

Another item noted from Lonewacko is the support and appearance by
LA Lt Gov. Mitch Landrieu however the newly elected Governor Bobby
Jindahl isn’t mentioned. Hopefully, Gov. Jindahl doesn’t support the
influx of illegal workers to rebuild NOLA.

Other CAII News:

Nearly 300 Illegals Convicted of DUI in North Carolina from Virtuous Republic

Villaraigosa warns ICE to back off immigration raids
from The Uncooperative Blogger

Negotiating North America

**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 brianbonner90-at-gmail-dot-com and let us know
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Nearly 300 Illegals Convicted of DUI in North Carolina

26 04 2008

Cross posted from Virtuous Republic

Three hundred illegal aliens were sent to jail for DUI in North
Carolina in 2007. In North Carolina, that accounted for 18% of all such

If the Federal Government controlled our borders, the roads in North Carolina would be a safer place to drive.

When as a country did we decide not to care?

Nearly 300 illegal immigrants were convicted on driving-while-impaired charges and placed in North Carolina prisons in 2007.

Hispanics also account for 18 percent of drunken-driving arrests,
while making up less than 7 percent of the state’s population,
according to a study from the University of North Carolina Highway
Safety Research Center aired in WRAL’s documentary “Focal Point: Crossing the Line.”

The study also showed that Hispanics involved in car crashes were
2.5 times more likely to be drunk than white drivers and three times
more likely to be drunk than black drivers.

In the three cases listed above, each of the accused drunken drivers
had extensive contact with the judicial system – but had managed to
elude the immigration system until these incidents. Read more….

**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 brianbonner90-at-gmail-dot-com and let
us know at what level you would like to participate.

You also may want to check out what other members of CAII are writing about:

Faith, Family and the US Government – Anchor Babies

Villaraigosa warns ICE to back off immigration raids

Song: Take Back Our Country

18 04 2008

Richie Collins Sent me a link to his song Take Back Our Country. It is a Song About Illegal Immigration and is worth listening to and sharing.

Get your copy of the Take Back Our Country song burn it to a CD and get ready to PLAY IT LOUD on May 2008 this is the next planned march of the SPAM (Spanish People Advocacy Movement)! WANTED: Established Male Artist, Establish Male Bands wanted to sing this song! Let’s negotiate you putting this song on your next album release! I am not a singer; I need someone to sing this song for me with a band….etc…. Send me your videos at, but you got to get the song first.

This is my way of doing my part to fight this illegal invasion of our country. This video is a National Boycott against illegal immigration and everything it stands for. All Legal People of this land know there is a right way and a wrong way to do things. And “The American Axis of Evil” know they have done this wrong! (The American Axis of Evil 1. The President 2. The Congress 3. Anyone who thinks illegal immigration is ok, this is done all for GREED. You don’t sell out the country that I served in proudly USANG FOR MONEY! HOW MANY BILLIONS DO DICK CHENEY need? This is harming this nation. Most of our United States Representatives have allowed these illegal aliens to linger in our country. WE THE LEGAL PEOPLE of the United States demand that you DEPORT everyone that has entered illegally! They must come in this country the right way! Please join me at my Blog and to get your copy of Take Back Our Country go to

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Villaraigosa warns ICE to back off immigration raids

11 04 2008

Cross posted from The Uncooperative Blogger

This just chafes my backside!

From Press-Telegram:

Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is asking federal officials to rethink their policy on workplace immigration crackdowns that involve established businesses and to focus on employers that mistreat workers instead.

The mayor said in a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff that work-site raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement could have “severe and long-lasting effects” on the local economy, the Los Angeles Times reported Thursday.

ICE made more than 4,900 work-site arrests nationwide in fiscal 2007, a 45-fold increase over the number in 2001, authorities said.

More than 130 undocumented workers were arrested at a San Fernando Valley manufacturing company in February and over 60 workers were arrested for immigration violations at South Bay-area warehouses last week.

Los Angeles companies such as clothing manufacturer American Apparel Inc. have reported being questioned by ICE officials about their hiring procedures.

Villaraigosa accused federal officials of targeting “established, responsible employers” in industries that rely on “workforces that include undocumented immigrants.”

“In these industries, including most areas of manufacturing, even the most scrupulous and responsible employers have no choice but to rely on workers whose documentation, while facially valid, may raise questions about their lawful presence,” he wrote in the March 27 letter.

He said ICE should spend its limited resources targeting employers who exploit wage and hour laws.

First, the Villian Gross is a La Raza supporter and Mexican before U.S. traitor to this country.

Second, you are complaining they are targeting “established, responsible employers” in industries that rely on “workforces that include undocumented immigrants.”? Responsible employers follow the law, they do not violate the law. If your business requires the use of illegal labor, than you are not only irresponsible, but criminal; period. This kind of mindset just infuriates me, let poor people here working illegally and in this country illegally stay and just accept it. Even though they are all living below the poverty line here and are a drain on our resources and tax dollars. What a profoundly stupid, open border, one world, left wing liberal, progressive, socialist, commie bastard thing to say.

Mayoral spokesman Matt Szabo said Villaraigosa and Los Angeles business leaders hope to discuss their concerns with Chertoff in person next week during an annual business trip to Washington.

Your concerns? We the people do not care about your concerns! We want the rule of law to be enforced and our borders sealed. We also want all those here illegally out of our country. We do not care how hard it is to accomplish it, just do it. And the way they are increasing their raids, if they ever seal the border they will succeed within 10 years.

Build the fence El Presidente Bush!

**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 brianbonner90-at-gmail-dot-com and let us know at what level you would like to participate.

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Drink Absolut Vodka– Bring Back the Mythical Aztlan

5 04 2008

Cross Posted from The Uncooperative Blogger

Thanks to Gateway Pundit I bring you this newest outrage…

Here’s an Absolut-ly Outrageous Ad in Mexico City…

Absolut Vodka reaches out to La Raza:

Mi Blog Es Tu Blog saw the ad in the current issue of Quien magazine.

“In an Absolut World anything can happen including getting the US-Mexico border straight once and for all.”

…You may become so drunk you might even imagine you’re in Aztlan.

UPDATE: The ad is also on billboards now.

UPDATE 2: Anon provided this contact information for Absolut

Contact information for Absolut:

Jeffrey Moran
Director of Public Relations and Events
The Absolut Spirits Company, Inc.
1370 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10019
Phone, direct: +1 212 641 87 20

This is just unbelievably offensive and I am just sick of companies that make money in the U.S. and support this kind of illegal alien/Mexican threat to our sovereignty. Time for a Boycott!

**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 brianbonner90-at-gmail-dot-com and let us know at what level you would like to participate.

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Adios, La Cucarachas, Arizona Waves Bye-Bye

5 04 2008

Cross posted from Islamanazi:

As it has become the favorite entry point for undocumented aliens trying to sneak into the United States, Arizona has become a laboratory for whether a state can single-handedly combat illegal immigration. It can.

It has barred illegal aliens from receiving government services, from winning punitive damages in lawsuits and from posting bail for serious crimes. A new state law shuts down businesses that hire illegal workers. And the sheriff of Maricopa County, which includes Phoenix and three-fifths of the state’s population, dispatches his deputies and volunteer “posses” to search for illegal street vendors and aliens being smuggled through the county.

The campaign has had an effect: Illegal aliens complain it’s impossible to find good work (sob, sob) and are leaving the state.

Businesses that cater to both legal immigrants and illegal aliens report a huge drop in sales. “There used to be so many people they would fight for parking out there,” said Omar Flores, 31, manager of La Mexicana market in western Phoenix. “Now the grocery store is mostly empty.”

Good. You’ve been profiting by aiding and abetting criminals. Now go out of business.

Part of the exodus is the drop in home building. In the construction sector, which employs many illegal aliens, 10% of jobs have vanished over the last year as home prices dropped. The new employer sanctions law has led some businesses to say they won’t expand in Arizona, which means they rely on illegal labor. Good riddance!

Get ready to roar with laughter: Enough illegals have left that the government of Sonora, the Mexican state bordering Arizona, has complained about how many people have arrived on its doorstep. Ha ha ha ha ha hahahahahahaha! COMPLAINED! Oh poor babies! Do you suppose anyone in the Arizona statehouse is listening sympathetically? Complained! That’s great.

Pearce says the overall effect has been undeniably positive for Arizona. “Smaller class sizes, shorter emergency room waits,” he said. “Even if illegal aliens are paying taxes — and most of them aren’t — the cost to taxpayers is huge.”

Let’s not forget the enormous jail and prison expenses, the huge law enforcement costs, the need for all those extra police and deputies, the constant crimes, robberies, rapes, murders. While the business people who have relied on illegal aliens for their ill-gotten income, the honest citizens of Arizona have been paying through the nose.

With the new law against hiring illegals, the only defense for an employer is if it used E-Verify, a federal pilot project to allow businesses to confirm the legality of their laborers.

The law did what it was supposed to with Jorge Hernandez, a 32-year-old illegal immigrant from Mexico. He had been working in a Phoenix tire shop for years when in December his bosses told him they’d have to let him go because of the new law. Now he struggles to support his family by working as a day laborer and is thinking of leaving.

“I’ve been in Arizona for 11 years,” he said. “This is the worst one. For those years I worked every day. I had money, I had a car.”

Cry me a river, you lazy bastard! After 11 years you still had never bothered to apply for citizenship?

Hernandez dreams of moving to New Mexico, where friends have told him the economy is stronger and sentiment against illegal immigrants weaker. “They don’t have E-Verify there,” he said in Spanish.

And that’s entirely because of Governor Richardson, who is of Mexican descent, identifies himself as Hispanic and has no respect at all for his nations immigration laws. With any luck, all the illegal aliens in the U.S. will go to New Mexico as the last open state. Then we’ll watch that state disintegrate.

In other good news, the amount of LEGAL immigration dropped by 17% last year because of increased “administrative problems”. Good! What are we, a goddamned bottomless pit for the worlds disaffected? There’s too many people here now and most of those only speak Spanish. Amscray! Vamoose, hijos de putas! Cago en tu leche

In the meantime, the Dept. of Homeland Security is forging ahead with The Fence, by overriding environmental report requirements. A lot of landowners along the route, of Mexican persuasion, have tried to stop the fence but liberal use of Eminent Domain and now this, is ensuring its continued construction.

There’s a lot of whining over supposed environmental concerns that the fence stops the “migration of animals to and from Mexico.” Oh? You mean like, coyotes and white-tail deer? How sad. Those poor coyotes, unable to go from sheep ranch to sheep ranch like they used to. What a loss. Let’s not forget “the endangered Sonoran Pronghorn and lesser long-nosed bat,” for which we’re giving $800,000 to Fish and Wildlife to use to mitigate any impact, although why the bat can’t fly over the fence is a mystery to me. It sure as Hell won’t fly into it, not with the radar they have. Bats can sense a single gnat in the air. And eat it.

Perhaps we should earmark some funds to mitigate the extinction of illegal aliens? I can see it now, the last Illegal Alien, like the last passenger pigeon, nicely mounted in a glass case in the Smithsonian.

**This was a production of IslamaNazi for The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email brianbonner90-at-gmail-dot-com and let us know at what level you would like to participate.

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