Tag Archives: illegal immigration

Governor Patrick – Yes We Can! put MA residents as risk

(Start those calls – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Our esteemed Governor announced this morning that after conducting Pubic Forums on the federal Secure Communities program, he has decided we want out. Hmmmm – how many of these forums (before you cancelled half of them) did you attend, Sir? This dangerous, illogical, strategic, politically-calculated-to-drive-support-to-Obama decision brings to mind those…

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Immigration and ‘Secure Communities’

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) From today’s Boston Globe op-ed by Jessican Vaughan & Mike Stopa: MOST ILLEGAL immigrants worry about being deported, so it is not unusual that they fear the police. This fear erupted into protests when Governor Patrick announced in December that Massachusetts would implement Secure Communities, a federal program that helps Immigration and…

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Community Security First

Excerpt from the Boston Herald article by Mike Stopa 3/19/2011 We know that the vast majority of illegal aliens, in Massachusetts and around the nation, are hard working people who are just trying to provide for their families. We are thankful that they are willing to do the jobs that Americans won’t do. We understand that they contribute to the…

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More Endorsements For Jim McKenna for Attorney General

State Representative and Worcester Sheriff's Candidate, Lew Evangelidis, announced today that he has endorsed James McKenna for Attorney General in the September 14th Primary and November elections. Lew, a former Assistant District Attorney himself, said “Jim McKenna is the only candidate in this race that has the proven prosecutorial experience and expertise needed to tackle the issues of illegal immigration…

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As if there’s not ENOUGH going on…

To:  CLT activists

From:  Barbara Anderson

          July 28, 2010

Update on Constitutional Conventon tomorrow We have confirmed that the Legislature does plan to hold a constitutional convention on July 29 at 1 pm, and intends to take up Senate Bill 23, the constitutional amendment that doesn’t allow any petitions that impact society. It states that…

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