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Tempers flare at Secure Communities hearing

April 3, 2011

By Mike LaBella mlabella@eagletribune.com LAWRENCE —

A federal program intended to identify and remove arrested illegal immigrants from the United States drew both scorn and support at a public hearing yesterday. The Lawrence High School auditorium was filled with passionate pleas from those for and against the Secure Communities program.

The Secure Communities program would trample and destroy our civil rights," said the Rev. Joel Almono, pastor of Grace Episcopal Church in Lawrence. "Rather than make them safer, we will make them less safe."

But Marty Lamb of Holliston, who came to the event on a bus filled with members of the Marlborough Tea Party group,

said the Secure Communities program is misunderstood by people who believe it will result in racial profiling by police.

"This only deals with people arrested and booked, and not profiling, as some groups are claiming," he said prior to the hearing. "Fingerprints are color blind."

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Tea Partiers Rally At Illegal Immigration Meeting

Retreated by Flemming and Hayes

U.S. Illegal Immigration Costs U.S. $113 Billion a Year, Study Finds

By Ed Barnes Published July 06, 2010 | FoxNews.com

The cost of harboring illegal immigrants in the United States is a staggering $113 billion a year -- an average of $1,117 for every “native-headed” household in America -- according to a study conducted by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR). The study, a copy of which was provided to FoxNews.com, “is the first and most detailed look at the costs of illegal immigration ever done,” says Bob Dane, director of communications at FAIR, a conservative organization that seeks to end almost all immigration to the U.S.

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Tuesday, July 06, 2010 Meet Rosalio Munoz - Mexican American Communist

Cross posted from KeyWiki Blog

As a leader of the Communist Party USA's Mexican American Equality Commission, Los Angeles based activist Rosalio Munoz, enjoys a level of political influence that would be envied by most U.S. Congressmen or Senators - if they had the slightest inkling of its extent. Munoz's primary job is to ensure that as many Mexican Americans as possible vote Democrat - to ensure that the Republican Party and conservative values in general , are consigned to the "dustbin of history". It is up to Munoz and his comrades to tilt the balance of power, in the border states particularly, to the point the Republicans become a permanent minority.

Meet Rosalio Munoz - Mexican American Communist

Rosalio Muñoz has a long activist history. He was the co-chair of the Chicano Moratorium Against the Vietnam War, a Los Angeles protest march of 20,000 Mexican Americans in August 29, 1970. One year before that , Rosalio Munoz decided that if drafted, he would refuse to go fight in Vietnam. When he received his draft notice in the mail, Munoz, who had been UCLA’s first Chicano Student Body President, started organizing in the Chicano community.

His induction date coincidentally fell on Mexican Independence Day, September 16, 1969. He showed up at the draft board with around 100 activists and supporters. The draft board postponed his induction for a few months, and Munoz continued to fight at every point in the induction process. He refused to cooperate with the board, insisting on speaking in Spanish instead of English and eventually undertook a hunger strike. He did not go to Vietnam. In recent years Munoz has opposed the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, through his leadership of Latinos for Peace , an affiliate of the communist dominated United for Peace and Justice.

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