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The Ruthie Report: Californians demand secure borders

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9:00 --What Jeff and Ruthie will be discussing is a new group the San Diegans for Secure Borders - Several separate entities have joined together in one voice - SDSB. A concept that must spread across the nation.

The website is www.SDSB.weebly.com

What is SDSB and what is Their Mission:

San Diegans for Secure Borders is a diverse, non-partisan coalition of grass roots civic and activist groups in the San Diego area working hard to make our region a better and safer place to live, work, and thrive. We support strong border security along with our ports and coastline, as well as the full enforcement of our federal immigration laws to protect the U.S. and our citizens from foreign threats.

Mission: To push Congress to draft and pass true immigration reform that solves the illegal immigration problem, prevents future illegal immigration, and restores the integrity of our generous system of traditional, legal immigration. Legal immigrants who work hard and play by the rules deserve nothing less than a safe and secure America. No amnesty. Secure our border and enforce our immigration laws first.

Jeff's BIO:

Jeff, a Border & Immigration Security Analyst has been fighting illegal immigration for 8 years in San Diego. He founded the San Diego Minutemen in 2005 and the SoCal Patriot Coalition in 2009.His latest collaborative project is the San Diegans for Secure Borders Coalition which has brought together the top immigration activists and experts in San Diego County along with numerous local tea party and patriot groups to fight for immigration and border enforcement and against any amnesty bills that Congress tries to pass. Jeff served 21 years in Marine Corps Intelligence and retired in 2003.

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