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Monday, June 30, 2008

B4B Video Blogburst #63

In this weeks edition...

Budget Woes? Several states are cutting benefits for citizens, are they missing something obvious?

100% Preventable! Americans continue to pay the bloody price for open borders! When will the madness end?

The Other War: Mexican drug cartel hitmen assassinate a Phoenix drug dealer. Is there a Mexican military connection?


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Our friend John Monti is facing yet another bogus legal challenge (learn more here) and he could use our support. Make sure to join his Facebook group.

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Tags: illegal immigration, open borders, deportation, rape, hit and run, invasion, podcast, vlog, Mexico, culture, tolerance, multi-culturalism, insanity, 4g war, Mexican drug cartels, culture, pedophile, California, governator, Arnold Schwarzenegger, budget, video, illegal aliens To share the post, click on "Post Link." Please mention / link to Blogs for Borders. Thanks!

Friday, June 27, 2008

SCOTUS Gives Border Fence Thumbs Up

ARRA News Service: The U.S. Supreme Court gave the thumbs up to building the remaining 340 miles of a U.S.-Mexican border fence when the court refused on Monday to hear a case challenging the government's waivers of various laws. Three years ago, Congress gave Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff an unusual power to "waive all legal requirements" that could stand in the way of building the fence. These requirements included the nation's environmental protection laws. The same congressional action took away the authority of judges to review Chertoff's decisions.

The Federal Government's 2005 Secure Border Initiative charges Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff with the responsibility completing 670 miles of border fence and having it in place by the end of the year. Chertoff used his congressional provided authority to waive environmental- and cultural-protection laws, declaring the fence a national-security priority. Chertoff said the waivers were the only way to ensure completion of a 670-mile border-fence project by January. As of June 13, 331 miles of fencing had been built.

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Monday, June 23, 2008

B4B Video Blogburst #62

In this weeks edition...

The Other War: As Mexico melts down are we next?

100% Preventable! Americans continue to pay the bloody price for open borders. When will the madness end?

John Monti's false accusers take a second bite at the apple, we report and tell you what you can do to help!


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As mentioned in the final story our friend John Monti is facing yet another bogus legal challenge (learn more here) and he could use our support. Make sure to join his Facebook group.

This has been the Blogs For Borders Video Blogburst. The Blogs For Borders Blogroll is dedicated to American sovereignty, border security and a sane immigration policy. If you’d like to join find out how right here.

Tags: illegal immigration, open borders, deportation, rape, hit and run, invasion, podcast, vlog, Mexico, culture, tolerance, multi-culturalism, insanity, 4g war, Mexican drug cartels, merida intitiative, John Monti, Claudia Smith, San Diego minutemen, day laborers, Marco Riz, Mackenzie Maddoz, Jose A. Rodriguez, video, illegal aliens To share the post, click on "Post Link." Please mention / link to Blogs for Borders. Thanks!

Monday, June 16, 2008

B4B Video Blogburst #61

In this weeks edition...

Assimilation blues: why are la Raza and several other Hispanic groups so afraid of scrutiny toward the Hispanic community? We investigate.

100% Preventable! Americans continue to pay the bloody price for open borders! When will the madness end?

And, Who are the people in your neighborhood? Globalists, open border freaks and diversophiles insist that we are enriched by other cultures. But is this always true? We take a look.


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Our friend John Monti is facing yet another bogus legal challenge (learn more here) and he could use our support. Make sure to join his Facebook group!

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Tags: illegal immigration, open borders, deportation, rape, hit and run, invasion, podcast, vlog, Mexico, culture, tolerance, multi-culturalism, insanity, Steven Rand Rouvet, rapto, video, illegal aliens To share the post, click on "Post Link." Please mention / link to Blogs for Borders. Thanks!

Thursday, June 12, 2008

President Bush Acts to Limit Employment of Illegals on US Contracts

Bill Smith, ARRA Editor: Although seven years late and millions of illegal aliens that could have been discouraged from entering the United States, President Bush took action to additional action to restrict illegals from being employed by business and contractors doing business with the United States Government. The President amended Executive Order (EO) 12989 which required companies/contractors doing business with the Federal Government to use an electronic verification system that is linked to the Social Security database to ensure their workers can legally work in the United States. The move is another critical step in ratcheting up enforcement of immigration laws through tough measures. The need for this action was inherent in the results of several high-profile raids on work sites and factories across the country that yielded numerous illegals working on Government contracts. President Bush set forth his position in the EO as follows:
This order is designed to promote economy and efficiency in Federal Government procurement. Stability and dependability are important elements of economy and efficiency. A contractor whose workforce is less stable will be less likely to produce goods and services economically and efficiently than a contractor whose workforce is more stable. It is the policy of the executive branch to enforce fully the immigration laws of the United States, including the detection and removal of illegal aliens and the imposition of legal sanctions against employers that hire illegal aliens. Because of the worksite enforcement policy of the United States and the underlying obligation of the executive branch to enforce the immigration laws, contractors that employ illegal aliens cannot rely on the continuing availability and service of those illegal workers, and such contractors inevitably will have a less stable and less dependable workforce than contractors that do not employ such persons. Where a contractor assigns illegal aliens to work on Federal contracts, the enforcement of Federal immigration laws imposes a direct risk of disruption, delay, and increased expense in Federal contracting. Such contractors are less dependable procurement sources, even if they do not knowingly hire or knowingly continue to employ unauthorized workers.

Contractors that adopt rigorous employment eligibility confirmation policies are much less likely to face immigration enforcement actions, because they are less likely to employ unauthorized workers, and they are therefore generally more efficient and dependable procurement sources than contractors that do not employ the best available measures to verify the work eligibility of their workforce. It is the policy of the executive branch to use an electronic employment verification system because, among other reasons, it provides the best available means to confirm the identity and work eligibility of all employees that join the Federal workforce. Private employers that choose to contract with the Federal Government should meet the same standard.

I find, therefore, that adherence to the general policy of contracting only with providers that do not knowingly employ unauthorized alien workers and that have agreed to utilize an electronic employment verification system designated by the Secretary of Homeland Security to confirm the employment eligibility of their workforce will promote economy and efficiency in Federal procurement.
If State Governors would take similar action for those companies and contractors doing business with State Agencies and all entities within their states using state funds (including: cities, counties, public schools, colleges, etc.), illegal aliens would see the "not welcome" sign clearly displayed and a significant number of illegal aliens (or if you prefer the euphemism: illegal immigrants) would return home and others would be discouraged from sneaking into the United States. Hopefully, more American and lawful residents will then be able to find employment at these agencies funded with our tax dollars. In addition, there will be a significant reduction in government supported social services for illegals. For those American global warming enthusiasts, you would see a large "carbon footprint" leaving the United States. And most important, our National defense would be aided. As more illegals return to their countries of origin by choice or through Federal deportation actions, it will become easier to identify those illegal aliens who entered the United States not to find work but to terrorize, kill and destroy.

Tags: ARRA News Service, Bill Smith, economic costs, employing illegals, employment, Executive Order, federal contracting, illegal aliens, illegal immigrants, President George Bush To share the post, click on "Post Link." Please mention / link to Blogs for Borders. Thanks!

Monday, June 09, 2008

B4B Video Blogburst #60

In this weeks edition...

Jobs Americans Won't Do? Are American kids being screwed out of summer jobs by greedy and unethical employers? We investigate.

100% Preventable! Americans continue to pay the bloody price for open borders. When will the madness end?

Why We Do What We Do.



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This weeks show proudly brought to you NO ILLEGAL ALIENS...



Bringing you the reality of the illegal immigration invasion from the frontlines of Southeastern Florida. Make sure to check them out, they are doing great work!

This has been the Blogs For Borders Video Blogburst. The Blogs For Borders Blogroll is dedicated to American sovereignty, border security and a sane immigration policy. If you’d like to join find out how right here.

Tags: illegal immigration, deportation, open borders, blogs 4 borders, activism, vlog, podcast, summer jobs, Mexico, murder, rape, jobs Americanms won't do, insourcing, h2b, visa, visa, video, illegal aliens To share the post, click on "Post Link." Please mention / link to Blogs for Borders. Thanks!

Chinese Illegal Aliens Entering US from Mexico

Bill Smith, Editor ARRA News: Congress and the Administration has failed to secure our borders. Although 90% of the illegal immigrants detained at the U.S.-Mexico border are Mexican, the number of non-Mexicans entering across our borders is increasing. Mexican cartels, "coyotes," or smugglers specializing in crossing the U.S. border are making money sneaking people across our Southern Borders. And wonders, how many illegals are entering via our Northern borders and our Eastern and Western coastal ports. Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador historically are the main sources of immigrants other than Mexico. However, in the first eight months of the Federal fiscal yr (Oct - Sep), 512 Chinese have been caught. Chinese and fellow "other than Mexican" illegal immigrants are processed and released with a date to return for a court hearing. The process was known as "catch and release." Only about one third of those OTMs showed up in court, according to a 2005 report prepared for Congress.

Dan Garcia of the KAUZ News Channel 6 (Texoma, Wichita & Lawton) reported:
Local police are accustomed to dealing with illegal border crossings, but they were astounded by the video of 15 Chinese immigrants unfolding themselves from the back of a red Suburban near this small border town. . . . Two (2) more Chinese immigrants would be picked up nearby later that day and another group of nine was caught near the border about 50 miles away a few days later. . . . The specifics of how any of the Chinese ended up in South Texas are unknown, but the methods and routes have been evolving for more than a century. Most pay on average $55,000 to be shuttled from China to a final U.S. destination by an elaborate smuggling operation. If they get caught, they request asylum and lawyers are often hired by the Chinese smugglers, who will not get full payment unless the immigrants arrive at their destination. . . . Just days before the 17 Chinese were picked up in La Joya, 13 Eritreans and five Ethiopians were caught in nearby Hidalgo. . . . [Read More]

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Monday, June 02, 2008

B4B Video Blogburst #59

In this weeks edition...

Fisking Media Matters!
100% Preventable! Americans continue to pay the bloody price for open borders, when will the madness end?
And you've been deputized!


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