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    Tancredo to Speak at University of North Carolina April 14

    Subject : I'll be speaking at the University of North Carolina on April 14

    Date: 4/10/2009 1:30:08 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time

    Dear Friend,

    I just wanted to let all of you in the area know that I'll be speaking for the student group Youth for Western Civilization this coming Tuesday at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I'll be speaking against amnesty and in state tuition for illegal aliens.This is a hot issue at UNC's campus; and will be particularly important as the DREAM Act is debated in Congress.

    The speech will be on Tuesday April 14 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at the Campus's Bingham Hall
    room 103 (directions at

    Contact: Riley Matheson at or (336) 287-8865 for more information

    I have other speeches coming up in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Washington DC and I'll get you the details soon. Hope to see you on the road!

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    Wonder what kind of welcome he will recieve there? Seems these young people and some professors think it awful that we want NO AMNESTY for ILLEGAL ALIENS. And even more,want our laws enfoced and borders closed up. And to help the Fed's keeping the program 287(g) in place all over the country,not just here at home.

    He was on CNN the other day with Juan Hernandez
    (this man believes Hispanics should be Mexican FIRST!)
    And Juan accused Tom of saying things about Latinos that were untrue and Tom was getting angry!
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    Good for those students, actually having the strength and principles to have such an organization. It is sad and crazy that starting a group FOR Western Civilization is much more difficult and will be subject to criticism and the usual accusations than, oh lets see, maybe Youth Hispanic Org. The Hispanic advocacy org will of course be strongly supported, encouraged, and exalted by students, professors, and staff alike, especially at a University.
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    Tom Tancredo is an American Hero.

    Tom Tancredo has been an important voice in this illegals and Amnesty issue. He and the other patriots that are defending our precious America are in my prayers.
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    Please tell Trancredo that we would like for him to move to California and run for governor.

    Don't reward the criminal actions of millions of illegal aliens by giving them citizenship.

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    Can we clone him and have one in Texas also?

    I had trouble with that directions link above...not that I will
    be able to go. Just thought you might want to know.

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    Youth for Western Civilization brings Tom Tancredo to UNC
    Student group opposes diversity, multiculturalism
    13 APR 2009 • by Matt Saldaña, msaldana (at) indyweek (dot) com

    A new student group at UNC-Chapel Hill that decries "radical multiculturalism" and "mass immigration"—and whose faculty sponsor, ironically, is married to a Hispanic woman—will host former U.S. Congressman Tom Tancredo to speak Tuesday night about illegal immigration.

    The event is hosted by the UNC chapter of Youth for Western Civilization, a self-styled "right-wing youth movement" founded in 2008 to "create a subculture that will promote the survival of Western Civilization and pride in Western heritage" on college campuses.

    Riley Matheson, a senior, told the Indy that he started the UNC chapter in February to counter the campus' celebration of diversity, as well as the university's "deep mistrust and hatred of Western heritage."

    "If we look at most college campuses, UNC especially, diversity is celebrated," he said. "You're told from the second you get here for orientation that diversity is a strength. And we believe that that makes absolutely no sense."

    The Leadership Institute, an Arlington, Va.-based conservative training organization, is funding the event, according to Matheson.

    Chris Clemens, a UNC professor of physics and astronomy, is YWC's faculty sponsor, though he admits to not having read the group's national charter. He told the Indy he "hesitated at first," due to Matheson's focus on immigration, before sponsoring the group to foster a "diversity of opinion."

    "I don't agree with everything in their charter," he said. "My wife is Hispanic, and my child goes to bilingual school."

    Tancredo, a fringe presidential candidate in 2008, boycotted a Spanish-language Republican debate during the campaign, saying the event "pandered" to Spanish speakers and encouraged the "balkanization" of the U.S.

    He also campaigned on a hard-line anti-immigration stance that included a proposal for reducing the number of legal immigrants allowed into the U.S.

    "We have to have an immigration time-out, I think, in order to assimilate the people who have come here already," he said in a 2007 interview published in Time.

    In an interview this month on Fox News, Tancredo referred to the proposed DREAM Act—which would allow children of illegal immigrants to attend college—as "a nightmare act." Tancredo is also infamous for suggesting that the U.S. threaten to bomb Mecca and other Islamic holy sites, as a "deterrent" to prevent future terrorist attacks.

    Clemons said he doesn't "understand the direct connection between promoting, or even defending Western civilization, and the immigration of mainly westerners into the United States, from Mexico."

    However, Tancredo and Youth for Western Civilization have argued this point fervently. In a video featured on the YWC Web site, Tancredo claims "a lot of people come here ... not desiring to disconnect [from the past] linguistically, familially, culturally, or even sometimes politically," thus threatening our way of life. A recent YWC blog post referred to an increasing Latino population in the U.S. as "La Reconquista" and said that a path to legalization for immigrants would mean American culture "would be assaulted."

    Matheson said such language, "while it might be strong, [is] true." "We're talking about people who don't ... show much interest in learning English. And so that would change part of our culture, because we're going from English to Spanish."

    In response to the event, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. in Room 103 of Bingham Hall, several campus groups have organized a "No Place for Hate" protest, which will consist of a concurrent dance party. The Carolina Hispanic Association (CHispA), Students for a Democratic Society and Feminist Students United are among the groups that have sponsored a protest petition, which has gathered 200 signatures.

    "They're not bringing in people to talk about Proust and Shakespeare," said Patrick Toomey, a UNC sophomore who is participating in the protest. "This isn't about the great contributions Western civilization has made to history and culture. It's about hating certain people."

    Read the Indy's full interview with Riley Matheson in this week's print edition, and follow Sam Wardle's coverage of the Tom Tancredo speech in our news blog, Triangulator. ... d%3A377010

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    By UNC, Press Release, 13 hours, 27 minutes ago
    Updated: Apr. 13 2:59 pm

    Retired Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-CO) is visiting North Carolina and will speak on the issues of illegal immigration, Amnesty, and in-state tuition for illegal aliens on Tuesday April 14 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at the UNC Chapel Hill Campus's Bingham Hall room 103.

    "Congressman Tancredo has been one of the leading voices in America speaking out for secure borders and immigration enforcement," said William Gheen of ALIPAC who plans to attend the event. "It is significant he will speak on the issue of in-state tuition for illegals because the defeat of HB 1183 here in NC in 2005 set off a series of defeats for such legislation nationally."

    William Gheen and Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) are inviting NC Lawmakers, press contacts, and concerned citizens to attend the Tancredo event which is being organized and sponsored by Youth for Western Civilization.

    ALIPAC announced a national campaign to defeat in-state tuition for illegal immigrants bills in six states in March. The groups has since played a key roll in defeating this legislation in Colorado, Arkansas, and New Jersey. ALIPAC activists from across America are lobbying against a bill (HB 2939) in Oregon today.

    "We want to show our support and our thanks to Tom Tancredo and Youth for Western Civilization for addressing these important issues that are of great interest to the American public," said William Gheen. "The pro immigration enforcement side is winning again and again in the states because approximately 80% of Americans favor enforcement over Amnesty."

    For more information about this event or these issues please visit ... on-at-unc/

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