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RNC's Michael Steele supports amnesty at meeting with far-left, Mexico-linked groups - 04/01/10

... Asion, executive director of (El Pueblo North Carolina), an immigrant organization in North Carolina, who is a Republican. That underlines how in some cases those who harp on secure the border are just using it to mask how weak they are on amnesty. [1] I posted that to FreeRepublic (and got the expected unhelpful responses: freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2483320/posts), Reddit (+2, -2), and a...

Michael Steele, extremist and Mexico-linked illegal immigration supporters to meet March 31 (after sit-in) - 03/30/10

... poll tax)... * Tony Asion of El Pueblo North Carolina (group co-founded by Andrea Bazan of the National Council of La Raza; supported drivers licenses for illegal aliens and AgJobs in a letter signed by many other groups)... * Eun Sook Lee of the National Korean American Service and Education Consortium (opposes immigration enforcement)... * Julien Ross of the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition...

NPR's "Tell Me More" spreads disinformation on hate crime statistics - 11/12/08

NPR's "Tell Me More" show offers the misleading "Latinos Increasingly Targeted For Hate Crimes" (link): The FBI reports that hate crimes against Latinos rose almost 40 percent between 2003 and 2006, and Hispanic activists say they are being targeted with threats and intimidation. Tony Asion, of El Pueblo, a Latino advocacy group, is joined by Kevin Johnson, of the University of California-Davis...

Obama favored over McCain at NCLR meet, PWW reports (Fairness Doctrine) - 07/15/08

Comrade Rosalio Munoz from People's Weekly World reports from the National Council of La Raza convention where John McCain and Barack Obama spoke: "Incredibly, McCain did not even address the issues of the war in Iraq or his policy on health care. On immigration it was more of the same: secure the borders and no stop to the raids," said Angela Sambrano, an NCLR board member and director of the...

Illegal immigration-supporting Andrea Bazan is new Chairwoman of National Council of La Raza - 06/18/08

... her late 20s, she helped found (El Pueblo North Carolina), North Carolina's largest Hispanic advocacy group. She later became its first executive director and led a controversial push to allow illegal immigrants to attend North Carolina universities at in-state tuition rates. She has served on a number of influential boards, including the UNC Tomorrow Commission and the Governor's Council on...

100+ Hispanic groups send letter supporting illegal immigration, opposing raids - 05/08/07

The National Council of La Raza ("The Race") has led the charge to send a letter to president Bush (cc'ed to Michael Chertoff and Julie Myers) complaining about the recent workplace raids [1]. The list of "grassroots" organizations involved is in the extended entry, and some are "interesting": CASA of Maryland, Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (...

Miami Herald "endorses indentured servitude" - 03/23/04

That's what the Stein Report says regarding the Miami Herald's editorial supporting the AgJobs bill ('A win-win for growers, farmworkers, America'). That bill would provide an amnesty for half a million illegal aliens. As history shows, amnesties simply lead to more illegal immigration. One amnesty leads to more illegal immigration, which requires another amnesty, which leads to more illegal...