Sunday, March 28, 2010

Lou Dobbs if I post it , it's a fact.



Lou Dobbs, whose views on Immigration roiled controversy, and despicable language on Immigration has exiled himself from CNN.

The longtime CNN anchor announced on his TV show Wednesday that he’s leaving the cable network he helped launch in 1980 and, save for a two-year stint with the Web site Space.com, has worked at ever since.

Wednesday’s edition of “Lou Dobbs Tonight” was Dobbs’ last at CNN. Although his contract was to run for a little more than two additional years, he told viewers CNN agreed to let him out of his contract.

Dobbs left open the possibility he might be moving to the Border…Hmmmmm ? I am wondering which border...... Saludos y hasta la vista Amigo..

My friend Lou, I will make sure you will be received with an open arms ..

6 comments:

Vicente Duque said...

Guide to Arizona based companies - Boycott these : US Airways, U Haul, Godaddy, Diamondbacks, Cardinals Football, do not drink Budweiser, this is a business of Cindy McCain and John McCain

Boycott Racism : Companies to Boycott, located in Arizona, an Apartheid and Segregation Police State :

John McCain also owned a piece of the Diamondbacks Team, the Diamondbacks give a lot of Money to the Republican Party and receive the Taxpayers Money in Stadiums, many Services, etc ...

Boycott Arizona Cardinals (Football)

Do not go to Diamondbacks games - Do not buy Diamondback Merchandise.

Express your solidarity with Diamondback players such as Juan Guitterez, Gerardo Parra, and Rodrigo Lopez.

Ask MLB ( major league baseball ) to move the 2011 All Star Game out of Phoenix Arizona.

The total population of Major League players of color (39.6 percent) is comprised of Latino (27percent), African-American (10.2 percent) or Asian (2.4 percent).


Boycott all these :

Best Western International, Inc., Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona

Cold Stone Creamery. Headquarters: Scottsdale, Arizona

CSK Auto (Checker Auto Parts, Schucks Auto Supply, Kragen Auto Parts, Murray's Discount Auto Stores), Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona

Dial Corporation, Headquarters: Scottsdale, Arizona

Discount Tire Company (America's Tire Company). Headquarters: Scottsdale, Arizona

Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, Headquarters: Scottsdale, Arizona

Go Daddy. Headquarters: Scottsdale, Arizona

Mesa Air Group (Mesa Airlines, Go!, Freedom Airlines). Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona

P. F. Chang's China Bistro. Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona

PetSmart. Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona

Sky Mall, Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona

Taser International, Headquarters: Scottsdale, Arizona

U-Haul. Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona

US Airways. Headquarters: Tempe, Arizona


Youth, Minorities, Demography and Politics :

Milenials.com


Vicente Duque

Vicente Duque said...

BeyondChron.com : How to Win the Arizona Boycott : Recruit Enthusiastic Youngsters and Students for a Summer Boycott and continue the Boycott activities beyond the season - Call the conventions and ask cancellations

Adrenaline, Youth, Enthusiasm :

A triumph of the Arizona Boycott would be a Great Wonderful Beautiful Political Stunt with many repercusions not only for Immigration Politics but also for Democratic and Liberty Politics. - Those that want to invade private life and police human beings for their color or facial features would be rebuked.

The Arizona Boycott is a wonderful golden opportunity for youngsters and students that are considering a political career. They would learn what a grassroots movement filled with enthusiasm is ( from the inside ! )


BeyondChron.com
How to Win the Arizona Boycott
May. 11‚ 2010

by Randy Shaw‚
Randy Shaw is the author of Beyond the Fields: Cesar Chavez, the UFW and the Struggle for Justice in the 21st Century, which will be out in paperback in July.

How to Win the Arizona Boycott

http://www.beyondchron.org/articles/How_to_Win_the_Arizona_Boycott_8105.html


Some excerpts :

In the past two weeks, the call for an economic boycott of Arizona has spread far beyond the political arena. In addition to labor and immigrant rights groups, it quickly won support from such unusual suspects as pop singers Shakira and Ricky Martin, the NBA’s “Los Phoenix Suns,” and the Major League Baseball Players Association. Polls show African-Americans are even more hostile than Latinos to the racist Arizona law, and conventions from multiple groups are already being switched out of state. But boycotts typically start with a flurry of activity. Most then dissipate without building the boycott infrastructure necessary to achieve their original goal. For the Arizona boycott to succeed, activists must follow the lessons of the UFW grape and lettuce boycotts of the 1960’s and 1970’s, the South Africa divestment campaign of the 1970s and 1980’s, and the UNITE HERE “Hotel Rising Boycott” of 2006. And the timing is perfect for a “Boycott Summer,” which would boost immigrant rights activism both in Arizona and nationally.

“Boycott Summer”

The critical distinction between successful and failed boycotts is the creation of a boycott infrastructure. In other words, a campaign operation that continues after the media launch event ends, and that builds the boycott through continually harnessing and recruiting volunteers.

The Center for Community Change, its network of affiliated groups, and its labor allies collectively has the staff capability to build an Arizona boycott infrastructure. And while some might argue that focusing on Arizona is a distraction from comprehensive federal reform, at this point the only way a breakthrough can happen on the latter is by activists showing clout on the state boycott.

With summer approaching and many colleges already out, the timing is perfect for a massive “Boycott Summer” campaign in Arizona. Whether this occurs depends on the commitment of boycott groups to build such an infrastructure, which appears to be a golden opportunity to keep immigration reform on the national radar during hearings on proposed Supreme Court Justice Kagan, the ongoing oil spill, financial reforms, and other news.

Recruitment for a Boycott Summer campaign will keep the issue alive across the nation, nationalizing a local struggle in the same way that the UFW used grape and lettuce boycott recruitment to spread word of its struggle with growers in California’s Central Valley. Recruits also become troops in the larger battle for federal reform, so their value extends beyond Arizona and will likely continue when they return to school in the fall.


Youth, Minorities, Demography and Politics :

Milenials.com

Vicente Duque

Vicente Duque said...

Three Videos : Arizona Chiefs of Police and Other Super Policemen against Arizona Racism, ten Super Police Chiefs of Top Cities in Department of Justice

With Eric Holder, Secreatry of Justice : Top Policemen of Arizona Cities and other Super Policemen and Chiefs of Police.

The group includes police chiefs from Phoenix (Police Chief Jack Harris) and Tucson (Police Chief Roberto VillaseƱor) in Arizona; Los Angeles, California; and Houston, Texas.

"In fact, the majority of us believe [the Arizona law] will actually cause crime to increase," said Chris Burbank, the police chief of Salt Lake City, Utah.

Eric Holder ( Secretary Department of Justice ) said "there would be a decision coming soon on some of the federal issues associated with this," said John Harris, police chief for Sahuarita, Arizona.

"Any resources at this point are going to be useful," noted Tucson, Arizona, Police Chief Roberto Villasenor. "But I don't want to just treat the symptoms of the problem."

"Arizona sheriffs are elected officials and that changes your perspective," noted Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey.

AssociatedPress — May 26, 2010 — After meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder, police chiefs from across Arizona spoke about their opposition to a new law that requires officers to question people who could be illegal immigrants. (May 26)


Ariz. Police Chiefs Decry Immigration Checks


talkradionews — May 26, 2010 — Following a meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder, police chiefs from several Western states held a press conference to discuss concerns regarding Arizonas controversial immigration law. Distributed by Tubemogul.

Police Chiefs Express Concern Over Arizona Immigration Law

ksltube — May 26, 2010 — Salt Lake City's police chief was in Washington, D.C. Wednesday morning to discuss his concerns about Arizona's immigration law.

Salt Lake City police chief pleased with DC immigration meet


You can look for the Videos in YouTube.com or see them directly here in my site :

Raciality.com

Vicente Duque

Vicente Duque said...

Immigrant beaten and electrocuted to death, being tasered by US Customs and Border Patrol in a detention facility - Kicked on the floor and punched by many agents - Five Children born in America

RTAmerica — June 03, 2010 — Anastasio Hernandez Rojas, an immigrant who died after being tasered by US Customs and Border Patrol during Memorial Day weekend, is now being mourned. A father of five children who were born in the United States, Hernandez was recently deported to Mexico after living in the US for many years. Christian Ramirez says this is an excessive use of force and he is asking that criminal investigation be opened so that the perpetrators can be brought to justice.

Immigrant beaten and electrocuted to death



RTAmerica — June 03, 2010 — Friends for Anastasio Hernandez Rojas are holding a vigil after he was killed by US Customs and Border Patrol officers beat him and used a taser on him until he died. The officers have said that Anastasio Hernandez Rojas was out of control and they had to use a taser to restrain him. Enrique Morones says that he is outraged over what has occurred to Anastasio Hernandez Rojas who was deported after being caught for a traffic violation.


Innocent immigrant murdered by Border Patrol


Look for the videos in YouTube.com or watch them directly here :

Raciality.com

Vicente Duque

PATRICIA said...

I am so glad this just happened, people like this are an extreme danger when they are up to transmit unkind remarks to an audience that unfortunately lacks of sense of understanding and deny them self the right to see further.

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