All through the night: El Pasoans to unite in prayers for border
Baltazar Pinon Neri, a former Juarez pastor who now lives in San Elizario, is spearheading an all-night vigil today at Harvest Christian Center, 1345 New Harvest Place.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at El Paso Times.
#1 Aug 5, 2011
The most important agenda item is to seal the border in order to prevent further contamination of American values and culture.
#2 Aug 5, 2011
I think I saw this pastor once. He seems like a great guy. He used to be a bug man but now he wants to save the border. Good show.
#3 Aug 5, 2011
It's time MEXICO do what needs done
To keep her people home!
SECURITY, they need to be armed!
JOBS, Get their bitts to work
And quit the whining because AMERICANS have had enough of this damn invasion of criminals!
KEEP YOUR PEOPLE HOME!
Once they trespass on my TEXAS property, TEXAS LAWS APPLY?
#4 Aug 5, 2011
You need to take a chill pill and a personal inventory too. You sound like a bitter old craphound with your selfish whining and backbiting. Show a little compassion and respect, my good man.
#6 Aug 5, 2011
Compassion is long gone.
The weekly trespass is pushing the buttons.
Nothing selfish about expecting respect for law and order. I don't have a port of entry, nor do I sympathize for the criminals ignoring law.
Time for Texas applications.
#7 Aug 5, 2011
Standard Speaker: Federal appeals court vacates ruling on Hazleton case
By Sam Galski, Staff Writer
The U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals vacated a mandate that declares Hazleton's immigration ordinance unconstitutional, the mayor confirmed Tuesday.
The development comes after the U.S. Supreme Court in June ordered the federal appeals court in Philadelphia to take another look at Hazleton's case.
Hazleton Mayor Joseph Yannuzzi called the development "good news" for the city and puts the city's controversial immigration law back in the hands of the Third Circuit court.
"The initial decision was in favor of the plaintiff - they said it was unconstitutional," Yannuzzi said of the original appeals court ruling last year. "Now they had to vacate that decision and review it again. What it means is that it's going to be some other decision than what it was."
Attorney Kris Kobach, who wrote the law, said the development amounts to the Third Circuit court formally vacating, or erasing, its prior decision.
With the Third Circuit ruling "gone," Kobach said the American Civil Liberties Union and Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund will not be able to cite the Third Circuit ruling in Hazleton's case while opposing similar illegal immigration laws that have surfaced in other parts of the country.
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