Slow learning spik.

PADUCAH, Ky. – A criminal alien, who had twice been previously deported to Mexico, was sentenced in federal court on Wednesday to almost five years in prison for illegally reentering the United States. This sentence resulted from an investigation conducted … Continue reading

Spik sentenced to almost 5 years for illegal reentry

PADUCAH, Ky. – A criminal alien, who had twice been previously deported to Mexico, was sentenced in federal court on Wednesday to almost five years in prison for illegally reentering the United States. This sentence resulted from an investigation conducted … Continue reading

Not just mexi cans

At one time, violent crimes attributed to Mexican and Central American gangs were largely confined to Los Angeles. However, just as illegal aliens have spread across this country, so too has a veritable crime wave. We are now experiencing the … Continue reading

Go Idaho

BOISE, Idaho: Idaho lawmakers could debate as many as three bills this session that would punish employers who hire illegal immigrants. Two bills, including one introduced Friday by Sen. Mike Jorgenson, would punish employers who knowingly hire illegal workers with … Continue reading

Opponents and supporters

Nebraska State Sen. Charlie Janssen of Fremont introduced the bill to repeal the law. He says the law conflicts with federal law and that he doesn’t think taxpayers should subsidize tuition for illegal immigrants. Supporters of the bill said it’s … Continue reading

How cool is this

PHOENIX – A Senate panel approved a far-reaching bill designed to combat illegal immigration Wednesday, including allowing police to stop and actually arrest anyone they just reasonably believe is in this country illegally. Other provisions of the measure approved by … Continue reading

illegal aliens, sex crimes, criminal aliens

Tucson, Ariz. – In five separate incidents over the past week, U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Douglas Station apprehended illegal aliens who had prior arrests for sex crimes. Agents quickly identified these criminal aliens using the Integrated Automated … Continue reading

Mexicans Pay Bribes

LOS ANGELES–An estimated 900,000 Mexicans go home for the holidays each December, and many of them are forced to pay bribes to customs and immigration agents, reports La Opinión. To reduce corruption and extortion by Mexican authorities, the Mexican government … Continue reading

Clerk blames firing on illegals debate

DENVER — Not only did Bruno Kirchenwitz’s U.S. Border Patrol baseball cap help get him fired, it almost got him shot. Mr. Kirchenwitz, 54, was dismissed from his part-time job at 7-Eleven in Basalt after he was threatened by two … Continue reading

I swear we don’t plan this stuff out.

But no sooner than does a series of articles about the Collier County Sheriff’s Office program to deport troublesome illegal aliens conclude than an illegal alien is in the headlines, and not in a good way. The sheriff’s program, as … Continue reading

Individuals entered into sham marriages to gain citizenship

11 indicted in Ohio marriage fraud scheme COLUMBUS, Ohio – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents and local officers in the metro-Columbus area arrested nine people charged with participating in a central Ohio based scheme to arrange sham marriages … Continue reading


WALNUT CREEK — More than 40 employees at the downtown Target store quit their jobs after an internal probe raised suspicions about their immigration status, according to lawyers who have met with the workers. Managers summoned the overnight crew of … Continue reading

Young or old – Spiks will rape them all

Police in Leesburg, Virginia are currently searching for Salvadoran national Carlos Felipe Centeno, 21 for the molestation of a 5-year-old girl. Centeno who is in this country illegally, works as a house painter. On March 19, police distributed a wanted … Continue reading

Catholic Church encourages illegal immigration after losses from molestation scandal – Need more kids to do in the butt

As countless child sex abuse scandals have rocked the Catholic Church over the last several years, American families have been leaving the church in droves. As American men and women whisk away their children from the potential risk of molestation … Continue reading

IA Slaughterhouse Spik Lover On Trial In Sioux Falls

Nearly 70 supporters of an Iowa slaughterhouse executive crowded the federal courthouse in Sioux Falls Tuesday. Forty-nine-year-old Shalom Rubashkin is facing 72 counts of employing illegal aliens, as well as 91 counts of fraud. Rubashkin was Vice President of the … Continue reading

Nancy Pelosi – these are my kind of guys

On February 5, 2009, the 11-year-old girl was walking to school when she was grabbed by the two Mexican nationals, who forced her into their car at knife-point. They drove her to an abandoned house where both men took turns … Continue reading

4 members of Ark. family plead guilty to harboring, hiring illegal aliens FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) — The U.S. attorney's office at Fort Smith says four members of an Arkansas family have pleaded guilty to charges that they harbored, transported … Continue reading

Sacrificing American Children for Illegal Alien Health Insurance

When Senate Finance Committee Democrats defeated an amendment last week that would have required photo identification for health benefits on a straight party-line vote, they joined their House colleagues in defending a culture of corruption that results in millions of … Continue reading

Two sentenced for Bensenville illegal-alien scam

The owner of a Bensenville temp agency and her assistant were sentenced to prison Wednesday for harboring illegal aliens and helping them procure jobs with security clearance at O’Hare International Airport. Mary Gurin, 38, of Carpentersville, owner of Bensenville’s Ideal … Continue reading

One illegal spik – nine little girls molested!

On Tuesday evening, police in Lakewood, NJ took illegal alien Cirilo Cholula, 18, into custody and charged him with nine counts of aggravated sexual assault and child endangerment On June 13, the family of one of the little girls notified … Continue reading