In2theweekend : August is here…

Now this an Amnesty Plan I can support…

WASHINGTON – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced today the launch of a pilot program, Scheduled Departure, which will begin next week in five cities. The program allows fugitive aliens who have no criminal history and pose no threat to the community an opportunity to remain out of custody while they coordinate their removal with ICE.

Next Week…

Well August is going to be busy for me.Real world commitments are many and pressing.I am also needing to address a photo project I’m working up and have stalled out on. Shame !

The summer has been quick and enjoyable but I look forward to the coming autumn.With that said it is my intent to take the 8th month off from In2thefray.

Anyway next week in the Monday Mount Up I am planning to lay out a bunch o’ frays. It is my intent to post them and just let whatever happens happen. Included in the charge will be a basic round up of my views and positions.Comment and make it worth my while to come back.

Some blogs that…

I have been looking at some of my fellow WPBA members posts and have found the following interesting.

RoyHo’s Weblog

Not so Subtle

In one ear…

Chen’s Chamber

Leave the driving to…


A man on a Greyhound bus travelling across the Canadian Prairies has killed and decapitated a fellow passenger.

Crimigrant News Service-Extra Extra…

What to do with millions of illegal aliens in the US? The issue is still a sleeper in the presidential campaign. But maybe not for long. Americans who want strict law enforcement before a “total” immigration solution now have proof that stronger enforcement can bring results.


The study found the number of legal immigrants continues to rise, helping employers who are looking for low-wage workers. both from here


One Comment

  1. Marc says:

    Thanks for the shout out and the WPBA will miss a month worth’s of your input, to be sure.

    Also, I haven’t seen anything so nasty out of uptalking plains people since Fargo.

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