National Policy Institute

National Policy Institute

On the Border with Glenn Spencer of the American Border Patrol

Posted: 27 Jul 2010 11:04 PM PDT

Glenn Spencer – American Border Patrol

Glenn Spencer is president of American Border Patrol. He founded the organization in 2002.

Glenn was born and raised in California. He holds a bachelors degree in economics and mathematics. After college in the 60s he spent seven years doing Operations Research for a Washington DC Think Tank. His specialty was large-scale logistics simulations models. Problems he dealt with were similar in nature to the problems facing Border Patrol management.

In the 70s Glenn switched over to business management and was an officer of a publicly traded company in real estate and natural resource development. In the late 70s Glenn turned his attention to the energy problem and ran his own consulting company. One of his major accomplishments was the creation of a four-county joint powers organization for geothermal energy development. The counties were Lake, Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino, in northern California.

In 1980 Glenn joined with two American Indian partners to form Arrowstar, Inc., an Indian-owned seismic oil exploration company. As Vice President and General Manager, Glenn steered the company to successful relationships with ARCO, Chevron, Texaco and other oil companies. Arrowstar was successful in finding major oil deposits in Montana and North Dakota and, at the time, was the second largest employer of American Indians in the U.S.

ALIPAC Asks For Safe Passage Out of America for Illegals

Posted: 27 Jul 2010 11:03 PM PDT

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is asking American citizens to contact the White House and the Department of Homeland Security to request that “safe departure” border checkpoints be established to offer safe passage to illegal immigrants who are leaving Arizona and leaving the United States in response to state level enforcement of existing federal laws and Constitutional provisions.

Arizona is reporting a mass exodus of illegal aliens who are selling their property and moving to other states or back to Central and South America. This pattern of a peaceful and gradual exodus mirrors reports from other states that have passed immigration enforcement laws.

Illegal immigrants detected trying to get into or out of the United States at border patrol checkpoints will be barred from applying to legally immigrate to the US for a minimum of ten years. Safe departure checkpoints would allow illegal alien families to depart the US without fear or hindrance.

“We are asking the Obama administration to designate border checkpoints that illegal immigrants can use to leave the US, without fear of detention or prosecution for immigration crimes,” said William Gheen. “The peaceful and gradual exodus of illegals from Arizona shows there is no need for Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty. Comprehensive Immigration Enforcement works and has the desired effect without mass deportations.”

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC represents the views of a vast majority of Americans who simply want our existing border and immigration laws adequately enforced. Increased enforcement on the state level, combined with the bad economy, has led to a reversal in illegal immigration.

Sheriff raids Phoenix cleaning company

Posted: 27 Jul 2010 11:02 PM PDT

Maricopa County sheriff’s detectives raided Valley View Building Services in central Phoenix Tuesday morning, searching for 25 people suspected of identity theft and fraud.

Five people were taken into custody, four of whom were in the United States illegally.

“When we went in there, one of the ladies was hiding her Mexican I.D. in an enchilada, trying to conceal the identification,” said Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Detectives launched the investigation after sources reported Valley View had been hired to clean up new buildings at the Fort Huachuca Army base in southern Arizona and that the company was hiring illegal immigrants, the sheriff’s office said.

A three-month investigation confirmed that at least one Valley View employee working at Fort Huachuca was in the country illegally, authorities said.

“I have deep concerns that people who come into our country illegally have managed to gain access onto an active U.S. military installation,” said Arpaio. “This cause for concern goes well beyond the argument that people are only committing the crime of wanting to work in this country.”

Sanctuary Cities: Dangerous & Deadly

Posted: 27 Jul 2010 11:01 PM PDT

The patchwork array of sanctuary cities around the country is leaving dangerous criminal illegal aliens on America’s streets.

Local municipalities in these sanctuary cities prevent their officials from reporting illegals—even those with criminal records—to Immigrations and Customs enforcement (ICE), and it is costing American lives.

Sanctuary cities are against the law. In fact they violate two federal statutes.

“The case against sanctuary cities is very straightforward,” Kris Kobach, principal author of the Arizona SB 1070 enforcement law told HUMAN EVENTS in an exclusive interview. “There are two laws that Congress passed in 1996 that expressly forbid sanctuary cities and they are found at Title 8 Section 1373 and Title 8 Section 1644 of the U.S. Code. Those statutes say in plain English that a city may not have a policy that prohibits its officers from communicating with the federal government about a person’s immigration status.”


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