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Social Security and Mexico: A Travesty (By Marti Dinerstein, Center For Immigration Studies)

February 4, 2005: Social Security and Mexico: A Travesty (By Marti Dinerstein, Center For Immigration Studies) Social Security and Mexico: A Travesty What's Really Being Proposed By Marti Dinerstein The American Enterprise January/February 2005 Social Security agreements between countries are … Continue reading

Urban Sprawl Forcing Farmers To Cultivate Poorer Soil (By Joe Paskevas, CanWest News Service)

February 1, 2005: Urban Sprawl Forcing Farmers To Cultivate Poorer Soil (By Joe Paraskevas, CanWest News Service) Urban sprawl forcing farmers to cultivate poorer soil Statistics Canada survey details how much of the best farmland has been lost Joe Paraskevas … Continue reading

Our Role In Tamil Terror

January 26, 2005: Our Role In Tamil Terror Our role in Tamil terror Martin Collacott National Post Wednesday, January 26, 2005 In the wake of the Boxing Day tsunami that ravaged Sri Lanka, hope emerged that the shared relief effort … Continue reading

New Migrant Law Irks Mexico: Leaders Bash Arizona As Other States Consider Measures

January 23, 2005: New Migrant Law Irks Mexico: Leaders Bash Arizona As Other States Consider Measures New migrant law irks Mexico Leaders bash Arizona as other states consider measures Chris Hawley Republic Mexico City Bureau Jan. 23, 2005 12:00 AM … Continue reading

Efforts Against Illegals Broaden

January 22, 2005: Efforts Against Illegals Broaden Efforts against illegals broaden (Stephen Dinan / THE WASHINGTON TIMES) The Washington Times Fri, 21 Jan 2005 9:26 PM PST Immigration-control activists announced a bill to crack down on benefits available to illegal … Continue reading

"Protect America Now" Organization Formed

January 19, 2005Contact: Kathy McKee (623.582.4209) NEWS RELEASE NEWS CONFERENCE Protect America NOW Protect Arkansas NOW Protect Arizona NOW (PAN) founder and Chairman, Kathy McKee, announces the formation of a new grassroots organization, Protect America NOW (PAN2). The purpose of … Continue reading

Getting In Should Be Easier?? –Martin Collacott

January 17, 2005: Getting In Should Be Easier?? —Martin Collacott Getting in should be easier?? Martin Collacott National Post Monday, January 17, 2005 VANCOUVER – The National Post's Saturday editorial (After Sgro, Reform) rightly identified the problems associated with MPs' … Continue reading

The Main Reason For Immigration Control vs. Weak Reasons For Immigration Control (by Samuel Francis)

SAMUEL FRANCIS Weak reasons for immigration control FOR RELEASE Friday, January 14, 2004 “No issue, not one, threatens to do more damage to the Republican coalition than immigration,” gasps neo-conservative David Frum in National Review's Dec. 31 cover story. Mr. … Continue reading

Bush Administration Pushes For Illegal Alien Amnesty Again (Carrying Capacity Network E-Alert)

January 12, 2005: Bush Administration Pushes For Illegal Alien Amnesty Again (Carrying Capacity Network E-Alert) Carrying Capacity Network E-ALERT Bush Administration Pushes for Illegal Alien Amnesty Again! Devastating Effects for American Workers, Taxpayers and Citizens The new session of Congress … Continue reading

Mexican Population Explosion (By Mark Andrew Dwyer)

January 11, 2005: Mexican Population Explosion (By Mark Andrew Dwyer http://www.americanpatrol.com/GUESTCOLUMNS/DWYER/PopExplMex050111Dwyer.html MEXICAN POPULATION EXPLOSION By Mark Andrew Dwyer – January 11, 2005 While I was researching data for my last week's column “Confusing the Cause With an Effect” about causality … Continue reading

President Fox Awards Human Rights Prize To Olga Sanchez Martinez On Monday For Helping Central Americans On Their Way To The U.S.

January 11, 2005: President Fox Awards Human Rights Prize To Olga Sanchez Martinez On Monday For Helping Central Americans On Their Way To The U.S. Activist wins national human rights prize President Fox honored Olga S?chez Mart?ez on Monday for … Continue reading

A Copy Of The Mexican Government’s Translated Comic-Style Guidebook For Mexicans Entering The U.S. Illegally

January 6, 2005: A Copy Of The Mexican Government\'s Translated Comic-Style Guidebook (Text Only) For Mexicans Entering The U.S. Illegally For more news about race and immigration, click here. Guide for the Mexican Migrant Distributed by the Mexican Ministry of … Continue reading

A Letter From U.S. Congressman J. D. Hayworth To Mexico’s Ambassador To The U.S. Regarding Illegal Mexican Immigration

January 5, 2005: A Letter From U.S. Congressman J. D. Hayworth To Mexico's Ambassador To The U.S. Regarding Mexican Government's Encouragement Of Illegal Immigration To The U.S. The Honorable Carlos de Icaza Ambassador of Mexico 1911 Pennsylvania, N.W. Washington, D.C. … Continue reading

Going Underground: The Shadow Economy Is About To Top $1 Trillion–At A Great Cost To Many

January 3, 2005: Going Underground: The Shadow Economy Is About To Top $1 Trillion–At A Great Cost To Many Going Underground – Barron's The shadow economy is about to top $1 trillion — at a great cost to many By … Continue reading

The Man Behind The Land

October 27, 2004: The Man Behind The Land (A Portrait of David Gelbaum, the California Philanthropist Who Has Been A Major Contributor To The U.S. Sierra Club On The Condition That The Club Not Oppose Immigration to the U.S.) The … Continue reading

Immigrants X U.S. Ecological Footprint = Stomped Environment (Edwin S. Rubenstein–VDARE Archive)

October 12, 2004: Immigrants X U.S. Ecological Footprint = Stomped Environment (Edwin S. Rubenstein–VDARE Archive) October 12, 2004 www.VDARE.com National Data, By Edwin S. Rubenstein Immigrants x U.S. “Ecological Footprint” = Stomped Environment The “Ecological Footprint” is the area of … Continue reading

The Coming Of Deindustrial Society: A Practical Response (By John Michael Greer)

October 5, 2004: The Coming Of Deindustrial Society: A Practical Response (By John Michael Greer) John Greer has written an excellent book on oil depletion. Here, he suggests ways and means to survive the coming, rolling collapse. It is not … Continue reading

Who Left The Door Open? (Time Magazine Feature On Illegal Immigration Into The U.S. From Mexico

Who Left the Door Open? Despite all the talk of homeland security, sneaking into the U.S. is scandalously easyand on the rise. Millions of illegal aliens will pour across the U.S.-Mexican border this year, many from countries hostile to America. … Continue reading

Recruiting By Race Is No Way To Build A Party

Recruiting by race is no way to build a party Des Verma, Lenn Chow, Martin Collacott, and Steve Kaufman in Vancouver National Post, Wednesday, August 13, 2003 We are deeply concerned about the manner in which the federal Liberal party … Continue reading

A Reflection of Canada’s Pluralism

A reflection of Canada's pluralism by Stephen LeDrew National Post Thursday, August 14, 2003 Four Canadians recently wrote a letter to the National Post complaining that, in essence, Liberal party organizers and activists have been enlisting new members from various … Continue reading