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    In 2008, the PRD party in Mexico city will promote the instalation of migrant houses in the United States.


    The secretary general of the PRD party , Carlos Reyes Gámiz, announced in Mexico city that in 2008 the party will promote the installation of six migrant houses in states located on the neighboring northern country (U.S.) where the major number of Mexican countrymen reside, in order to become locations that will defend their rights and attend the accusations of humiliation that take place.

    In front of the U.S. embassy, where he headed an act of support and solidarity with the Mexican activist Elvira Arellano and her fight to defend the rights of the undocumented, the legislator mentioned that these entities will be independent of the ones that are funded by the government of Mexico City.

    "The PRD has had a past presence in the U.S. territory, where a relationship has been maintained with agencies that defend human rights, and the goal is to share a work agenda, in this environment in which xenofobia and racism have a greater fervor in that country", he referred.

    "We see with sadness that, in spite of the fact that every day news of humiliations and attacks against undocumented countrymen are heard by us, the Mexican government assumes an attitude of docility in favor of the American one", he expressed, upon indicating that in the context of future elections in the United States, the movement in defense of migrants' rights should charge greater strenght.

    Signatures against the deportations

    During this event, Elvira Arellano made a call to the people to participate in a campaign to gather signatures that will be delivered on May first in Washington, when mobilizations in many cities in the United States will take place with the demand that all raids and deportations be halted.

    "If our government is seen weak and its not doing its work to defend our countrymen in the United States, the people of Mexico should make it known their support. Each one of us has an undocumented relative or a friend, we cannot ignore their voices of help", she argued



    WHO THE F*** DO THESE WORTHLESS, SPINELESS LEECHES THINK THEY ARE?
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    In 2008, the PRD party in Mexico city will promote the instalation of migrant houses in the United States.


    The secretary general of the PRD party , Carlos Reyes Gámiz, announced in Mexico city that in 2008 the party will promote the installation of six migrant houses in states located on the neighboring northern country (U.S.) where the major number of Mexican countrymen reside, in order to become locations that will defend their rights and attend the accusations of humiliation that take place.

    In front of the U.S. embassy, where he headed an act of support and solidarity with the Mexican activist Elvira Arellano and her fight to defend the rights of the undocumented, the legislator mentioned that these entities will be independent of the ones that are funded by the government of Mexico City.

    "The PRD has had a past presence in the U.S. territory, where a relationship has been maintained with agencies that defend human rights, and the goal is to share a work agenda, in this environment in which xenofobia and racism have a greater fervor in that country", he referred.

    "We see with sadness that, in spite of the fact that every day news of humiliations and attacks against undocumented countrymen are heard by us, the Mexican government assumes an attitude of docility in favor of the American one", he expressed, upon indicating that in the context of future elections in the United States, the movement in defense of migrants' rights should charge greater strenght.

    Signatures against the deportations

    During this event, Elvira Arellano made a call to the people to participate in a campaign to gather signatures that will be delivered on May first in Washington, when mobilizations in many cities in the United States will take place with the demand that all raids and deportations be halted.

    "If our government is seen weak and its not doing its work to defend our countrymen in the United States, the people of Mexico should make it known their support. Each one of us has an undocumented relative or a friend, we cannot ignore their voices of help", she argued



    WHO THE F*** DO THESE WORTHLESS, SPINELESS LEECHES THINK THEY ARE?
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    • #3
      Wasnt this Elvira Arellano deported earlier this year.. or was she given voluntary departure?


      Either way, It is my understanding that she has publicly stated she will return once again illegally and will be thumbing her nose at the system again.

      Waiting to see what ICE will do if this occurs

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      • #4
        <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by 4now:
        Wasnt this Elvira Arellano deported earlier this year.. or was she given voluntary departure?


        Either way, It is my understanding that she has publicly stated she will return once again illegally and will be thumbing her nose at the system again.

        Waiting to see what ICE will do if this occurs </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

        Initially, she entered illegally, and was deported. She came back a second time, dropped an anchor, stole the identity of an 80 year old woman,got a job at O'Hare airport and was ordered deported a second time.

        She hooked up with Slime Coleman (former civil rights activist turned alleged minister married to former illegal alien Race Baiter Emma Lozano) and holed up in their storefront (probably doing a threesome) I wouldn't be surprised if Rev. Slime is Sauls' sperm donor.

        After the judge ordered her deported immediately, they got dumb a-ss bleeding heart illegal alien pandering DREAM ACT sponsors Durbin and Obama to buy her some time by the pimping the anchor and claiming he suffers from ADD. Then she had him circling the globe while anticipating what she was going to do back in Messyhole without her welfare check.

        TEN YEARS LATER, neither she nor the anchor can speak english. She taunted ICE and American laws for an entire year. It was the claim of being the new "Rosa Parks" of the Civil Rights Movement that made me want to go down to that shack masquerading as a church and delete her. She is a convicted felon forever barred from returning. If she comes back, I'd love to be the "welcome wagon" for this s-kanky, ignorant, fugly, illiterate pimp.

        She initially left that poor child here claiming we separated her family. I guess they cut the welfare off and Emma and Slim shipped him back to her, promptly killing her scheme, so you know this raggedy beyotch is pissed off.


        History
        Arellano entered the United States illegally in 1997,[3] and was apprehended and deported back to Mexico by the United States government.[4] She returned within days and lived illegally for three years in Oregon.[1] In 1999, she gave birth to a son, Saul Arellano, whose father remains unnamed by Elvira. Due to the 14th Amendment, which grants birthright citizenship, Saul is a United States citizen. In 2000, Arellano moved to Chicago and worked as a cleaning woman at O'Hare International Airport.[4] In 2002, following a post-September 11 security sweep, she was arrested and convicted of Social Security Fraud by using a stolen Social Security number to obtain employment and was sentenced to three years probation.[4] Arellano was ordered to appear before immigration authorities on August 15, 2006. [1] Instead of complying with the court order and to avoid arrest and deportation, on that date she took refuge in the Adalberto United Methodist church in the Humboldt Park area of Chicago, which maintained it was a sanctuary for illegal immigrants.

        On November 14, 2006, in Mexico City, Saul Arellano appeared before the Congress of Mexico.[5] The Mexican lawmakers passed a resolution to urge the United States government to suspend the deportation of Arellano and other parents of children who are United States citizens.

        She was arrested on August 19, 2007 in Los Angeles. Within hours of her arrest Arellano was repatriated to Mexico by U.S. federal agents in compliance with an existing deportation order. She was accompanied to the Mexican border by an official of the Mexican consulate in San Diego, California, as well as by agents of the U.S. government.[6] [7][8] [9] [10][11]


        [edit] Impact
        Arellano says that she should not have to choose between leaving her US citizen child in the U.S. or taking him to Mexico. [6] Critics of Arellano counter that she is exploiting her son in order to remain in the United States.[6] Latino advocates have highlighted this case as one of civil rights.[12] Arellano's claim of a right of sanctuary and a claim to stay in the United States has been taken up by Latino advocate groups such as National Alliance for Immigrants' Rights, NCLR, LULAC, among others.[12] [13] In support, La Placita, a historic Los Angeles church, declared itself a sanctuary for any undocumented immigrant facing deportation, something it did during the 1980s for the first refugees from war-ridden Guatemala and El Salvador who escaped to California. [12]

        The U.S. government's position is that Arellano is free to take Saul with her to Mexico in order to keep her family together.[1]. Prior to Arrellano's deportation, the U.S. government also noted that there is no claim to sanctuary in a church under U.S. law.[6]

        Upon her return to Mexico Arellano stated that, "the United States is the one who broke the law first. By letting people cross over [the border] without documents. By letting people pay taxes. . . ."[14] These comments led to criticism due to the fact that this statement is very similar to those made by anti-immigration groups in the United States.[15]

        On May 3, 2007, Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL), introduced H.R. 2182, which would grant legal immigrant status, with the possibility of applying for permanent residence status, to Arellano as well as 33 other people.[16] The bill was referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary and (as of August 2007) has yet to move out of the committee.
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        • #5
          Faced With These Facts, Mexico Still Has The Gall To Be Indignant
          Posted by Bernard in Border Fence, Congress, Economics, Illegal Immigration, Mexico, News, Politics, Pres. Bush Thursday December 20, 2007 at 9:30 am

          Consider the following facts, as reported by Fox News (H/T: Hyscience).

          First:

          The number of foreign residents in Mexico grew from 340,000 people in 1990, or about 0.42 percent of the population at the time, to about 493,000 in 2000, or about 0.5 percent, the last year for which data is available.

          More than two-thirds of the foreign residents are from the United States, and many of those are of Mexican extraction.

          Second:

          ... the Mexican-born population living in the United States increased from about 800,000 in 1970 to more than 11 million in 2006.

          The majority of Mexicans now living in the United States "” 6.2 million "” are undocumented ...

          Almost 30 million people in the United States are direct descendants of Mexico migrants ...

          Third:

          ... 68 percent of Mexicans who migrate or try to migrate to the United States do so without documents and 55 percent of them hire immigrant smugglers.

          Now consider where the Mexican government may go as a result of a provision in Congress' Omnibus Spending Bill that is awaiting President Bush's signature (reported by the San Diego Union Tribune):

          The Mexican government is considering blocking U.S. exports, such as pork and rice, should Congress cut off funding for a cross-border trucking program, as is expected to happen within days.

          "We learned that the Mexican government has recently been undertaking an exercise to estimate the impact of retaliating against the U.S. if this pilot program is halted," said Janet Kavinoky, a U.S. Chamber of Commerce lobbyist who focuses on transportation legislation.

          Kavinoky said she has been told that if the program is ended, "Mexico will retaliate by not allowing exports of U.S. pork, rice and possibly other products – because we're violating NAFTA."

          So Mexico's #1 export is its own people with anywhere from 10% to 16% of its population now residing in the United States; it's co-equal #1 sources of revenue are from its oil exports and the $24+ billion it receives annually in remittances from Mexicans, legal and illegal, residing in the United States; and the U.S. trade deficit with Mexico is currently at an all-time high of $7.5 billion.

          Nonetheless, Mexico is threatening to engage in economic retaliation against the United States!

          When is the last time you heard even so much as a whimper of protest from the Bush Administration about the deleterious impact Mexico (and its far-flung network of meddling consulates in the United States) is having on our country?

          Meanwhile, newspapers in Mexico are heralding another provision buried in the massive Omnibus Spending Bill "” the significant gutting of appropriations required to construct the double-layer border fence mandated by the Secure Fence Act of 2006.

          Follow-Up: Meanwhile, here's the sort of thing (reported by Business Week) "” incomprehensible as it may be "” that Mexico allows its elites in business to do to its hapless poor. No wonder they flee Mexico in droves. Next time some bleeding heart Latino activist tells you that America needs to help solve the abject poverty in Mexico, if it is to stem the human invasion across its southern border, mention the outrageous usury permitted by Mexico's corrupt (and corrupting) government. It's akin to the "vig" that Mob loan sharks charge!
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          • #6
            Telemundo reports that Elvira Arellano's son, Saul is under tremendous pressure by his handlers and says that he should be in school doing kids stuff and going to school.

            VIDEO:
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9xg7QZJ3jA
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            • #7
              Are you illegal? Illegal belligerent idiots raise hands at city council meeting - What Shadows???


              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIypfK_Vo9s
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              • #8
                As always, its all about Elvira.
                Says: "on 9/11 not only did the United States get attacked, undocumented immigrants got attacked for the sake of national security".


                DUH, ignorant *****.




                ttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQV_W7tP6WM
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                • #9
                  How delusional and arrogant !!!

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                  • #10
                    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Beverly:
                    In 2008, the PRD party in Mexico city will promote the instalation of migrant houses in the United States.


                    The secretary general of the PRD party , Carlos Reyes Gámiz, announced in Mexico city that in 2008 the party will promote the installation of six migrant houses in states located on the neighboring northern country (U.S.) where the major number of Mexican countrymen reside, in order to become locations that will defend their rights and attend the accusations of humiliation that take place.

                    In front of the U.S. embassy, where he headed an act of support and solidarity with the Mexican activist Elvira Arellano and her fight to defend the rights of the undocumented, the legislator mentioned that these entities will be independent of the ones that are funded by the government of Mexico City.

                    "The PRD has had a past presence in the U.S. territory, where a relationship has been maintained with agencies that defend human rights, and the goal is to share a work agenda, in this environment in which xenofobia and racism have a greater fervor in that country", he referred.

                    "We see with sadness that, in spite of the fact that every day news of humiliations and attacks against undocumented countrymen are heard by us, the Mexican government assumes an attitude of docility in favor of the American one", he expressed, upon indicating that in the context of future elections in the United States, the movement in defense of migrants' rights should charge greater strenght.

                    Signatures against the deportations

                    During this event, Elvira Arellano made a call to the people to participate in a campaign to gather signatures that will be delivered on May first in Washington, when mobilizations in many cities in the United States will take place with the demand that all raids and deportations be halted.

                    "If our government is seen weak and its not doing its work to defend our countrymen in the United States, the people of Mexico should make it known their support. Each one of us has an undocumented relative or a friend, we cannot ignore their voices of help", she argued



                    WHO THE F*** DO THESE WORTHLESS, SPINELESS LEECHES THINK THEY ARE? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

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                    • #11
                      Is that a picture of your breedmare ? How sweet. I bet the two of you are spitting images of one another.
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                      • #12
                        Sink & Swim
                        Suspected drug smuggler drives truck into Rio Grande

                        Zack Quaintance
                        December 21, 2007 - 6:10PM

                        MISSION "” U.S. Border Patrol agents seized more than 1,300 pounds of marijuana Friday in Anzalduas Park after a drug smuggler drove a truck into the Rio Grande and escaped in a raft, an agency official said.

                        About 7:30 a.m., agents on patrol near the small river town of Granjeno were dispatched to check on a pair of suspicious vehicles at the park on the far south side of Mission, said Oscar Saldaña, a spokesman for the Border Patrol's Rio Grande Valley sector.

                        Once agents arrived, they spotted a GMC Envoy SUV and Ford F-250 truck leaving and tried to pull the vehicles over. The Envoy stopped, but the F-250 did not, instead continuing into the river.

                        Agents arrested one man "” the driver and sole occupant of the Envoy "” and seized 769 pounds marijuana found inside the vehicle. Saldaña would not release any information about the driver.

                        Agents also spotted men on a raft paddling from Mexican bank of the river toward the truck after it plunged into the water. The men in the raft pulled on board the driver of the F-250 and four bundles of what is believed to be marijuana before the group fled into Mexico, Saldaña said. He did not know how many men were on the raft.

                        The Mission Fire Department assisted agents in searching the submerged F-250, which was found to be carrying 544 pounds of marijuana.

                        Investigators believe the men on the raft, as well as the two drivers, conspired to smuggle drugs into the United States from Mexico.

                        Mission Police Department officials say human and drug trafficking is a regular occurrence in Anzalduas Park and other areas on the city's south side. Next year, police plan to use a federal grant-funded surveillance system to monitor the area more closely and quash those crimes, said Lt. Martin Garza, a spokesman for the department.
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                        Zack Quaintance covers law enforcement and general assignments for The Monitor. You can reach him at (956) 683-4447.

                        http://www.themonitor.com/news/agent...aft_truck.html
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                        • #13
                          <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Beverly:
                          Sink & Swim
                          Suspected drug smuggler drives truck into Rio Grande

                          Zack Quaintance
                          December 21, 2007 - 6:10PM

                          MISSION "” U.S. Border Patrol agents seized more than 1,300 pounds of marijuana Friday in Anzalduas Park after a drug smuggler drove a truck into the Rio Grande and escaped in a raft, an agency official said.

                          About 7:30 a.m., agents on patrol near the small river town of Granjeno were dispatched to check on a pair of suspicious vehicles at the park on the far south side of Mission, said Oscar Saldaña, a spokesman for the Border Patrol's Rio Grande Valley sector.

                          Once agents arrived, they spotted a GMC Envoy SUV and Ford F-250 truck leaving and tried to pull the vehicles over. The Envoy stopped, but the F-250 did not, instead continuing into the river.

                          Agents arrested one man "” the driver and sole occupant of the Envoy "” and seized 769 pounds marijuana found inside the vehicle. Saldaña would not release any information about the driver.

                          Agents also spotted men on a raft paddling from Mexican bank of the river toward the truck after it plunged into the water. The men in the raft pulled on board the driver of the F-250 and four bundles of what is believed to be marijuana before the group fled into Mexico, Saldaña said. He did not know how many men were on the raft.

                          The Mission Fire Department assisted agents in searching the submerged F-250, which was found to be carrying 544 pounds of marijuana.

                          Investigators believe the men on the raft, as well as the two drivers, conspired to smuggle drugs into the United States from Mexico.

                          Mission Police Department officials say human and drug trafficking is a regular occurrence in Anzalduas Park and other areas on the city's south side. Next year, police plan to use a federal grant-funded surveillance system to monitor the area more closely and quash those crimes, said Lt. Martin Garza, a spokesman for the department.
                          ____

                          Zack Quaintance covers law enforcement and general assignments for The Monitor. You can reach him at (956) 683-4447.

                          http://www.themonitor.com/news/agent...aft_truck.html </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

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                          • #14

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                            • #15
                              Hey Dora the Explora this is fun!!

                              Illegal ProtestAmerican Citizens who are tired of the illegal alien invasionAll About the National Council of LA RAZA (The RACE)
                              August 29th, 2007
                              H/T to Dr ***le Kesselman of NJCIC

                              From DiscoverTheNetworks.org - more reading on NCLR if you follow this link

                              NCLR's major policy positions also include the following:


                              It supports access to driver's licenses for illegal immigrants.

                              It opposes the REAL ID Act, which requires that all driver's license and photo ID applicants be able to verify they are legal residents of the United States, and that the documents they present to prove their identity are genuine. According to La Raza, this law "opens the door to widespread discrimination and civil rights violations."

                              It opposes the Clear Law Enforcement for Criminal Alien Removal Act (CLEAR), which would empower state and local law-enforcement authorities to enforce federal immigration laws. La Raza argues this would "result in higher levels of racial profiling, police misconduct, and other civil rights violations."

                              It lobbies for racial and ethnic preferences (affirmative action) and set-asides in hiring, promotions, and college admissions.

                              It supports bilingual education and bilingual ballots.

                              It supports voting rights for illegal aliens.

                              It supports stricter hate-crime laws. [but not if the victim is white ]

                              It opposes the Aviation Transportation and Security Act requiring that all airport baggage screeners be U.S. citizens.

                              It opposed President Bush's signing of the "Secure Fence Act of 2006" which authorized 700 miles of new border fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border.

                              As columnist Michelle Malkin reports, La Raza seeks to inculcate young people with its worldview by funding a number of charter schools that advocate ethnic separatism and anti-American, anti-white attitudes. Among these schools are the following:



                              Mexicayotl Academy in Nogales, Arizona is "structured and developed around the concepts of identity, culture, and language." It supports local ethnic lobbying efforts "to right social injustices by educating the community and helping create social change." Under the heading "Greatest Achievements," the school's website lists its visit from the Marxist academic fraud Rigoberta Menchu, and its sponsorship of the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos.

                              La Academia Semillas del Pueblo is a Los Angeles public school that teaches children "Aztec math" and the Mexican indigenous language of "Nahuatl." The principal, Marcos Aguilar, is an ethnic separatist who told a UCLA interviewer: "We don't want to drink from a White water fountain, we have our own wells and our natural reservoirs and our way of collecting rain in our aqueducts. We don't need a White water fountain. ... We are not interested in what they have because we have so much more and because the world is so much larger. And ultimately the White way, the American way, the neo liberal, capitalist way of life will eventually lead to our own destruction." [ ed: Well then get your BROWN *** out of our WHITE country you scumbag!] [ ed: Oh and you are very interested in "what we have" and you are trying to steal what we have built because you and your ilk are too **** lazy and stupid to fix your own **** country - Mexico ]

                              Aztlan Academy in south Tucson seeks "to integrate a meaningful Chicano Studies program into [students'] lives, language, and academics, as a means of developing their intellects as well as their pride and self-esteem." ("Aztlan" is the separatist name for the Southwestern United States that NCLR hopes will someday reunite with Mexico.) [ so how does NOT encouraging learning the language of the country you live in develop intellect, pride and self-esteem? Are you preparing them to GO HOME to Mexico maybe? ]

                              The Dolores Huerta Preparatory High School in Pueblo, Colorado is named after the Latina labor union activist who is a Board member of the Democratic Socialists of America.

                              The Academia Cesar Chavez Charter School in Saint Paul, Minnesota supports the aforementioned federal DREAM Act.

                              An eminent figure in NCLR's history is Raul Yzaguirre, who served as the organization's President and CEO from 1974 to 2004. A notable former Chairman is Jose Villareal. [see below for more on this dude]
                              The organization's current President is Janet Murquia, who worked at the White House in various capacities from 1994 to 2000, ultimately as deputy assistant to President Bill Clinton. Immediately prior to joining NCLR, she was the Executive Vice Chancellor for University Relations at the University of Kansas.

                              In 2005 NCLR received some $15.2 million in federal grants, of which $7.9 million was in U.S. Department of Education grants for Charter Schools; undisclosed amounts were earmarked for get-out-the-vote efforts supporting La Raza political positions.

                              NCLR also receives funding from the American Express Foundation; the Allstate Foundation; the AT&T Foundation; the Bank of America Foundation; the Carnegie Corporation of New York; the Annie E. Casey Foundation; the Fannie Mae Foundation; the Ford Foundation; the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; the Joyce Foundation; the W. K. Kellogg Foundation; the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; the Open Society Institute; the David and Lucile Packard Foundation; the Rockefeller Foundation; and the Verizon Foundation.

                              NCLR's total revenues in 2005 were $25.3 million. Its net assets that year were nearly $52.4 million.

                              "”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”"”

                              José Villarreal is the former chairman of the National Council of La Raza, the largest Hispanic organization in the United States. He was an aide to President Bill Clinton, a fundraiser and campaign co-chair for John Kerry in 2004, and the treasurer of Al Gore's 2000 presidential bid. He has also served as vice-chair of the board of the U.S. Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, and was a presidential appointee to the Fannie Mae board of directors.

                              In March 2007, he joined the presidential campaign of New York Senator Hillary Clinton.

                              Just a wee bit of Hispandering huh Hillary?

                              And guess what? Right now - I mean RIGHT NOW - there is a House Resolution in our Congress that is aiming to give La Raza $5 MILLION of our tax dollars and starting in 2008 we will be giving them $10 MILLION a year indefinitely. Here is the info on Congress.org on HR 1999:

                              To authorize appropriations for assistance for the National Council of La Raza and the Raza Development Fund.
                              Bill # H.R.1999

                              Original Sponsor:
                              Ruben Hinojosa (D-TX 15th)

                              Cosponsor Total: 5
                              (last sponsor added 05/16/2007)
                              4 Democrats
                              1 Republicans

                              About This Legislation:
                              4/23/2007–Introduced.
                              Hope Fund Act of 2007 - Directs the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to make a grant to the National Council of La Raza to provide technical and financial assistance to local non-profit organizations to undertake community development and affordable housing projects and programs serving low- and moderate-income households, particularly through organizations located in neighborhoods with substantial populations of income-disadvantaged households of Hispanic origin.
                              Authorizes the National Council of La Raza, or the Raza Development Fund, to use such funds to: (1) provide technical and financial assistance for site acquisition and development, construction financing, and short- and long-term financing for housing, community facilities, and economic development; (2) leverage capital from private entities, including private financial institutions, insurance companies, and private philanthropic organizations; and (3) provide technical assistance, training, support, and advice to develop the management, financial, and administrative capabilities of housing development organizations serving low-income households, including Hispanic households. [didn't you mean to say ONLY Hispanic households?]

                              In the details of this bill:

                              (b) Authorization of Appropriations- There is authorized to be appropriated for grants under this section–

                              (1) $5,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and

                              (2) $10,000,000 for each fiscal year thereafter. (as in forever)
                              Oh and here are some details left out of the "short" description - the critical #4 as listed here that conveniently DOES NOT appear in the summary:


                              (1) provide technical and financial assistance for site acquisition and development, construction financing, and short- and long-term financing for housing, community facilities, and economic development;

                              (2) leverage capital from private entities, including private financial institutions, insurance companies, and private philanthropic organizations;

                              (3) provide technical assistance, training, support, and advice to develop the management, financial, and administrative capabilities of housing development organizations serving low-income households, including Hispanic households; and

                              (4) conduct such other activities as may be determined by the Secretary and the National Council of La Raza.
                              This bill has the following status:

                              4/23/2007:
                              Referred to the House Committee on Financial Services.
                              Here are members of the House Committe on Financial Services - PLEASE call them AND your House Representatives and object to HR 1999 aka the Hope Fund Act of 2007.

                              Tell them you want them to sponsor a Hope Fund Act that benefits AMERICAN CITIZENS not ILLEGAL ALIENS or ONE RACE OF PEOPLE.

                              Members of the House Committee on Financial Services:

                              Who We Are

                              The Committee oversees all components of the nation's housing and financial services sectors including banking, insurance, real estate, public and assisted housing, and securities. The Committee continually reviews the laws and programs relating to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Federal Reserve Bank, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and international development and finance agencies such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. The Committee also ensures enforcement of housing and consumer protection laws such as the U.S. Housing Act, the Truth In Lending Act, the Housing and Community Development Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the Community Reinvestment Act, and financial privacy laws. Click here for a more detailed description of jurisdiction by subcommittee.

                              Chairman Barney Frank represents Massachusetts' Fourth Congressional District. The other Democratic members of the Committee are:

                              Rep. Paul E. Kanjorski, PA
                              Rep. Maxine Waters, CA
                              Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney, NY
                              Rep. Luis V. Gutierrez, IL
                              Rep. Nydia M. Velázquez, NY
                              Rep. Melvin L. Watt, NC
                              Rep. Gary L. Ackerman, NY
                              Rep. Julia Carson, IN
                              Rep. Brad Sherman, CA
                              Rep. Gregory W. Meeks, NY
                              Rep. Dennis Moore, KS
                              Rep. Michael E. Capuano, MA
                              Rep. Rubén Hinojosa, TX
                              Rep. William Lacy Clay, MO
                              Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, NY
                              Rep. Joe Baca, CA
                              Rep. Stephen F. Lynch, MA
                              Rep. Brad Miller, NC
                              Rep. David Scott, GA
                              Rep. Al Green, TX
                              Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, MO
                              Rep. Melissa L. Bean, IL
                              Rep. Gwen Moore, WI
                              Rep. Lincoln Davis, TN
                              Rep. Albio Sires, NJ
                              Rep. Paul W. Hodes, NH
                              Rep. Keith Ellison, MN
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                              Wiki page on La Raza can be found here

                              Among some of the entries are:

                              Beginning in about 1975, the NCLR began expanding its focus to include the issues of non-Mexican American Latinos. This policy was officialized in 1979. By 1980, the NCLR was funded almost entirely by the federal government. When the Reagan Administration slashed social funding, the NCLR was forced to cut back the scale of its operations. As a result, the organization began focusing on national policy and concentrating its efforts in Washington, D.C. After the 1996 Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act, state governments exerted more control over the disbursement of welfare funds, which led to the development of the NCLR's Field Advocacy Project to influence decisions at the state and local levels.

                              Isn't La Raza a 501(c) organization and if so, are they not prevented from participating in political influence to keep that 501(c) designation? Shouldn't someone be looking into this?

                              More from the Wiki page:

                              On September 20, 2006, Representative Norwood issued a press release calling the NCLR a "radical [...] pro-illegal immigration lobbying organization that supports racist groups calling for the secession of the western United States as a Hispanic-only homeland" and accusing the organization of undermining "the ability of state and local police to fight criminal illegal aliens."

                              The NCLR immediately issued a press release to refute Norwood's claims and to demand an apology. He offered to extend an apology on seven conditions:

                              Denounce and sever all ties with MEChA and any other organizations with which they are now or have ever been associated or funded which held to the racist doctrines published by MEChA.
                              Denounce the statement "For La Raza to do [sic]. Fuera de La Raza nada" as repugnant, racist, and totally incompatible with American society or citizenship.
                              Repudiate all claims that any current American territory rightfully belongs to Mexico.
                              Acknowledge the right of all Americans to live wherever they choose in the United States, and that no section or region of this country should be segregated by race or ethnic heritage.
                              Commit to sponsorship of nationwide educational programs to combat racism and anti-Semitism in the Hispanic community.
                              Seek neutral, third party supervision to ensure that all community and individual assistance programs offered by La Raza and groups supported by La Raza are accessible to all Americans, regardless of race or ethnicity, and that participation in those programs is fully compliant with Equal Opportunity laws.
                              Acknowledge the internationally recognized borders of the United States, the right of the citizens of the United States to determine immigration policy through the democratic process, and the right of the United States to undertake any and all necessary steps including military action to effectively enforce immigration law and defend its borders against unauthorized entry.
                              The NCLR responded to Norwood's conditions apology in a point-by-point press release defending its policies, which it claims have never been racially or ethnically exclusionary, never supported and does not endorse the notion of a "Reconquista" or "Aztlán," and has never used, and unequivocally rejects, the motto "Por La Raza todo, Fuera de La Raza nada."[10] It also disputes the charge that it supports illegal immigration, constantly reiterating its support for effective and reasonable border security and immigration-law enforcement. In a speech in San Diego, NCLR CEO Janet MurguÃ*a stated: "First, as a sovereign nation, the United States has the right to determine who comes and who stays. . . [It also] has a right to consider enforcement at a variety of levels, including border enforcement, interior enforcement, and workplace enforcement. . . We support enforcement... [because] as Americans, we recognize it's the right thing to do."[11]

                              Oh really? Well then check out this page on nclr.org - where they support the many "immigration rallies" which are calling for giving amnesty to illegal aliens who have crossed that very border. La Raza seems to be VERY MUCH IN SUPPORT OF CROSSING OUR SOUTHERN BORDER ILLEGALLY for a BETTER LIFE.

                              What they try to do is hide behind "immigrant rights" so that we and the idiot politicians and businesses who support them, might not notice that LEGAL IMMIGRANTS DO NOT NEED TO MARCH FOR RIGHTS. The only "immigrants" who might need more "rights" are THOSE WHO HAVE COME HERE ILLEGALLY and in my opinion, that does not make them "IMMIGRANTS" it makes them "INVADERS" or "THIEVES".

                              A quote from here : The next step is to take the power in the streets and turn it into action, like thousands of calls to Congress for immigrant rights and a stronger America.

                              A "stronger America" if we allow millions of "hard working" illegal aliens to continue to stream across our border SIEVE and then get the reward of American citizenship for those efforts? And NCLR supports a stronger southern border? COME ON! Stop talking out of both sides of your mouth La Ratza! We are on to you and you are not fooling US.

                              Oh and here they are cheering for the passing of legislation for "Latino immigrant children". Translation - illegal alien children.
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