DesertExile: July 2007

27 July 2007

Why nothing gets done

Teacher faces discipline

Rocklin Unified School District will discipline but not dismiss a teacher who allegedly roughed up a student.
John Michael Bosco, 47, faces discipline for the incident in which a 16-year-old student at Whitney High School alleged he was shoved backward over his chair and grabbed around the neck, the district said.
Bosco and the student were engaged in good-natured teasing when the boy began asking personal questions about Bosco's daughter, causing the teacher to react, according to police who investigated the June 1 incident.
Superintendent Kevin Brown would not disclose the disciplinary action, saying it was a personnel matter.
"The conclusion of our investigation was that there was a degree of inappropriate conduct, and corrective action with appropriate consequences would be taken," Brown said.
Bosco was placed on a paid administrative leave after the incident. The student was not suspended.

Last week, the Placer County District Attorney's Office announced it was declining to prosecute Bosco because of insufficient evidence

Neither Bosco nor his attorney, Margaret Geddes, returned calls to The Bee.

Gov't to Pay $102M for Mob Convictions

BOSTON -- In a stinging rebuke of the FBI, a federal judge on Thursday ordered the government to pay a record judgment of nearly $102 million because agents withheld evidence that would have kept four men from spending decades in prison for a mob murder they did not commit.
Judge Nancy Gertner told a packed courtroom that agents were trying to protect informants when they encouraged a witness to lie, then withheld evidence they knew could prove the four men were not involved in the 1965 murder of Edward "Teddy" Deegan, a small-time thug shot in an alley.
Gertner said Boston FBI agents knew mob hitman Joseph "The Animal" Barboza lied when he named Joseph Salvati, Peter Limone, Henry Tameleo and Louis Greco as Deegan's killers. She said the FBI considered the four "collateral damage" in its war against the Mafia, the bureau's top priority in the 1960s.
Tameleo and Greco died behind bars, and Salvati and Limone spent three decades in prison before they were exonerated in 2001. Salvati, Limone and the families of the other men sued the federal government for malicious prosecution.


On one hand, in my opinion, the teacher in the first case was justified. So, little miscreants go about their crime and destruction, and no one dares to criticize or discipline.

In the second case, since Agents didn't have " The Goods", they "made up stuff".
And someone--somewhere--knew it was a bulls**t lie.

Now, since the Agents did that, their entire organization issuspect, with the entire non-enforcement population wondering " What else did they " Make Up"?

14 July 2007

Don't want criminal--let's go Liability

Hiring law must be free of flaws
So, what have all these have to do with each other?
They all involve:

Money--the ability to make money.
Attorneys--remember, judges are just attorneys in robes.
Irresponsibilty because:
People who use prostitutes are not responsible.
People who refuse or fail to learn English--on their own--don't care about themselves or anyone else
Businessmen who cling to the idea" We can't make a dollar without using Illegal Alien Labor".
Oh, yeah--they get their labor for 1/4 to 1/3 of what the going union scale is. BUT--Joe Six Pack, your common garden variety American citizen has to make up the cost by paying his taxes for Illegal's healt care, incarceration, and education for the Illegal's kids.
I pondered these stories, and I think I have a solution!
Let's make a new LIABILTY!
January 12, 2007--
National Data, By
Edwin S. Rubenstein
Illegals kill a dozen per day? Wait a Minute(man)
Psssst…..Have you heard? Twelve Americans are murdered every day by
illegal aliens.
The figure comes to us via a “SPECIAL MESSAGE” e-mail from “Stephen Frank’s ‘California Political News and Views’.”
They source it to the
“Minuteman Civil Defense Corps.”
The Minutemen, in turn, cite a “report” by Representative Steve King of Iowa.
But Rep. King’s
press release attributes the 12 per day figure to………nothing.
No source is cited. The trail is cold.
Anecdotes aside, we actually know precious little about the total volume of crimes committed by illegal aliens. Reason: The FBI’s
uniform crime reports, regarded as the most reliable and comprehensive source of crime data, does not record nativity of perpetrators—let alone their legal status. Even the ethnicity of arrestees is obscured by lumping Hispanics in with Anglo whites.
Not for the first time, the government apparently just doesn’t want to hear bad news about immigration’s impact.
Even so, the FBI stats do tend to undercut the Frank/Minuteman/King assertions. Of the
10,083 individuals arrested for murder in 2005, only 4,955 were white/Hispanic. At 12 per day, illegals would kill 4,380 per year.
Implication: nearly all of the white/Hispanics arrested for
murder in 2005 would have to be illegal aliens for the 12/day factoid to be credible.
Of course, the 12/day refers to murders, not perpetrators. If illegals are
disproportionately mass murderers, a handful could have done it. Alternatively, illegals may get away with murder at greater rates than the rest of us. That would indeed be the case if most of their victims were other illegals, with no next of kin to report their disappearance.
Several states break out Hispanic arrests separately. In California, for example, 946 Hispanics were arrested for murder in 2005. (
Table 1.) An estimated 2.8 million illegals – equivalent to about one-quarter of California’s Hispanic population – lived there in 2005, according to the Census. (That’s probably an egregious underestimate since the Census survey on which it is based puts the total U.S. illegal alien population at 11.5 million, a figure thought low by many.)
My conservative calculation: If one-quarter of the Hispanics arrested for murder were illegals, then 0.65 murders per day could, on average, be attributed to illegals. California is home to about one-quarter of all illegals. So by extrapolation, illegals could kill 2.6 persons per day across the U.S.
Ouch. That’s certainly less than 12. But it’s still a lot.
Moreover, Hispanic homicide rates are increasing faster than those of other groups. (
See Table 1 again.) From 2000 to 2005, California’s Hispanic murder rate (arrests per 100,000 Hispanic population) rose 16.8 percent, to 7.44.
Illegal Aliens Are Nation’s Most Lethal Drivers
On October 19, 2003, the ex-quarterback for the University of Colorado football team, John Hesler, was driving his Honda Accord on Interstate 76 in Colorado when it was clipped by an SUV sending it across a median and into the path of a pickup truck, causing a horrific accident. The driver and passenger of the SUV fled the scene and haven't been found. The Colorado State Patrol told Hesler's family that they most likely are in Mexico. As of March 2006, John Hesler was still going through extensive physical therapy. The car that caused the accident did not have insurance. Since the driver was not apprehended or ticketed, no one knows whether he had a license. Most likely he did not, but even if so, false documentation is a major problem in Colorado, as well as across the USA.
For now, let’s look at only one area of the United States: the East Coast. For a detailed report on what is happening on the roads and highways of the East Coast, see the article Harvest of death on the Eastern Shore where it is reported that while 5% of the population is Hispanic in the area, they are involved in 25% of the fatal traffic accidents, an astounding 5 times as much participation as representation! Given the fact that most of the Hispanic community is, like other ethnic groups, law abiding and responsible citizens, that means that the illegal alien portion of the Hispanic community is even worse. How much worse no one knows because no one is tracking it.
A review of State Police auto accident reports for 2002 through 2004 for that area of the Eastern Shore also revealed that of the 179 accidents involving Hispanic laborers:
· 75% of the drivers had no auto insurance.
· Nearly all of the vehicles driven by migrants were registered to other drivers.
· 93% of the vehicles had false out-of-state tags.
In 2003 and 2004, 128 of the 395 people, 32.4%, arrested on DUI charges were Hispanic, a rate six times greater than the Hispanic portion of the population.
The article goes on, “When crashes occur, it is not uncommon for Hispanic drivers – often intoxicated and unlicensed – to flee before troopers arrive. According to State Police records, about a third of accidents involving migrant workers are hit-and-run. State Trooper Koushel said migrants often cannot be conclusively identified when they’re stopped for a violation or involved in an accident.” “Many”, he said, “are illegal aliens who carry fake or invalid driver’s licenses”. “Because of that”, he said, “many fail to show up in court. It’s almost like writing a ticket to a ghost.”
For more information on the DUI problem, see
Hispanics in crashes lead DWI stats.
Illegal aliens who drive without licenses often cannot read English. As a result, they don’t know the rules of the road and can’t read highway signs. Couple that with the higher tendency for DUI driving, and many illegal aliens are the worst drivers on the road, as noted by some of the various traffic accident statistics cited in this paper. Add in the fact that they generally have no insurance and that makes them, as a group, the most irresponsible drivers on the road, as well.
As noted in
No license to drive: Illegal immigrant drivers creating problem in De Queen, Arkansas, population 5,765:
“Hispanic drivers in De Queen without driver’s licenses have become an accident waiting to happen, an official said. “The majority of Hispanics have no driver’s license and they’re part of the illegal immigration problem. If they’re here illegally, they can’t get into the system to get driver’s license. In most cases they don’t have car insurance either,” said Mayor Billy Ray McKelvy.
The drivers also have no vehicle insurance and no liability insurance, says McKelvy.
…In the last two months, De Queen has been averaging about an accident per week involving Hispanic drivers with no driver’s licenses. Ten vehicles have been involved and the average amount of damage per vehicle was estimated to be $3,000. So far, none of the crashes in De Queen have been fatal.”
So, my proposal is this:

Pass a law, making the Employer LIABLE if an Illegal Alien harms or kills a member of your family.
After all Mr. Moneybags is the reason _____( Fill in the balnk--Hector, Juan, Julio, manuel) is here. Moneybags has illegally profited from ____'s labor, and should be rendered liable for all dameges done by his cheap labor.

12 July 2007

Everyone an expert

Almost every day, you hear of someone either being terminated, transferred, or re-assigned.

In almost every case, the affected person vows to appeal and/or retaliate.

The case in mind is about the U S Prosecutors who were fired.

To my view, this is one of the factors that is a "Business killer" now.

The case was that these APPOINTED prosecutors wilfully or negligently did not follow orders, did not prosecute ( Carol Lam of San Diego had a rule that a smuggler of Illegal Aliens HAD TO BE CAUGHT TWELVE TIMES..before she would prosecute... She reveled in prosecuting White Collar crime and Randy " Duke" Cunningham)

The consistent violation ignored by these people was failure-or refusal--to prosecute voter fraud.

The President APPOINTS these people, and therefore, can fire them at will--for a good reason, a bad reason, or no reason.

But here come the meddlers. A fact I found in Law Enforcement was that the general population would not tell their dentist or plumber what to do, but everyone knew better how to be a law enforcer that I was doing.

To me, there are several deleterious effects:

A. The IGNORANT have been given a voice and power in almost everything. So, you have people whose only exposure to the outside world is to drive to work or play, but they are listened to about how the run the war in Iraq.

B. Decisions to fire someone are contested based on popularity of the person, or the Agenda of the complainer. It is said that the Democrats want to shift negative attention on to the President, and AWAY from their Democratic Voter Fraud efforts.

C. Employers will be hesitant to hire anyone. The personnel regulations and current law reserve a myriad number of things that are confidential or do not have to be released by the applicant.

01 July 2007

Why the United States is going to fail....

Many people were somewhat relieved when the latest attempt to give citizenship to 12 to 20 MILLION Illegal Alliens failed.

The image you see looks like a handgun...but is not.

The vast Homeland Security is much the same.

The problem began in the 1960's with Doctor Spock and his "Child Psychology". His approach was to "Reason" and "Negotiate" with children.

You had to talk to chidren, and not use any physical force. That way, the child had no apprehension of a penalty or punishment.
As time went on, there were people who did not want to punish. EXAMPLE:
In California, possession of ANY marijuana was a Felony, punished by time in prison and loss of right to vote. But, the "Kinder, Gentler" (KG ) folks declared,"Everybody is doing it and we shouldn't make them criminals". A lot of these were in the legislature, and they passed a bill that declared that possession of less than an ounce of Marijuana was an INFRACTION, punishable only by :1. receiving a citation, and 2. a fine.
How about Immigration? IN 1986, Congress passed an amnesty for persons who could prove they had been in the US for some time.
EnforcementIRCA had bipartisan support, being passed by a Republican-dominated Senate and a Democratic majority House; major actors were Sen. Alan Simpson (Rep. Wyo.) and Congressman Peter Rodino (Dem. N.J.), chairs, respectively of the Senate immigration subcommittee and of the House Judiciary Committee. The legislative package was sold as a grand compromise, assuring legalization for the more senior (and more rural) of the undocumented aliens while creating a new system, employer sanctions, to prevent employers from hiring illegal aliens in the future. (The latter was very much desired by the AFL-CIO at the time, then under different leadership than today.)
Prior to 1986 it had been illegal for an undocumented worker to be in the country, and it was illegal for people to “harbor” such aliens, but it had not been against the law to employ them. Employers and the immigration bar disliked the idea, but with the agricultural interests satisfied by the SAW provisions and a stand-by Replacement Agricultural Worker8 program, the grand compromise of some legalization and some employer sanctions made it through the Congress. But passing laws and enforcing them are two different matters.
The Reagan Administration and Republicans, generally, never were very enthusiastic about the enforcement of labor laws, and relatively little money was made available for employer sanctions. The law remains on the books but has made only a very minor difference in the labor market. In a sense, however, it does play an episodic role at the very top of the U.S. labor market, that is where Cabinet officials are hired. Several likely potential future members of the Cabinet, both Democrats and Republicans, have come to grief for hiring illegal aliens as household servants.
August 02, 2004
Let's all move to Rep. Joe Baca's district
From the L.A. Times story "Immigration Sweeps Become an Election Issue for Rep. Baca":
Because of his activism [in support of illegal immigrant and in opposition to our laws --LW], [Rep. Joe Baca (D-San Bernardino)] has become a lightning rod of criticism from supporters of the [recent immigration sweeps 100 miles from the border] and from a Southern California Border Patrol union whose members felt the congressman vilified them for detaining the suspects, according to those from both parties watching the election closely...
[...Some think he may have bitten off more than he could chew...]
Baca's stance on the sweeps has brought greater media attention and support to his Republican challenger, Ed Laning, a construction company executive who adamantly supports the Border Patrol operations...
"There is this kernel of just incredible anger about immigration," [UC Riverside political science professor Max Neiman] said. "It does have a potential for exploding."
...[Baca] also declared the sweeps illegal and accused the Border Patrol agents of overstepping their authority.
Baca and several other legislators in Washington discussed the sweeps with Asa Hutchinson, undersecretary for border and transportation security at the Department of Homeland Security. After the meeting, Hutchinson declared the sweeps a violation of agency policy and said future operations far from the border must be approved by the department.
...Baca has said that he favors enforcing the law but believes federal immigration authorities should instead hunt down employers who hire illegal immigrants...
[...Border Patrol agents post anti-Baca messages to bulletin boards...]
Joanne Peters, a Baca spokeswoman, said the union members who attacked the congressman are "loose cannons" who have been reprimanded by their superiors...
Short of moving to Baca's district, perhaps we should take him up on his offer. I'm sure he won't mind if we start conducting sweeps against the employers of his "constituents."
Baca might be able to pull strings to silence those "loose cannons," but I have a feeling his attempts to squelch their First Amendment rights will backfire.
So, what it amounts to is you follow the child psychology model. First, you take away penalties and punishment.
Next, you pass laws that says an act is illegal, but you do not enforce the law, and get your enforcers to ignore the law.
Lastly, to make sure that the transgressors do not feel offended, you seek out any variation by your enforcers, and vigorously prosecute and punish them for that variation.
EXAMPLES: Ramos, Campeon, Sipe, Gary Brugman, Noe Aleman, and Sheriff's Deputy Gilmer Hernandez inside the United States, and the Haditha and Hamdaniya Marines operating in Iraq.
In both cases, the Bush Administration sought out witnesses friendly to " The Victim", and "Bought" their testimony.