Monthly Archives: December 2013

Memo from Cindy Hill

How are things going with the investigative committee?” Although I have not been permitted to be as involved in the work of the committee as I had hoped, I want to share the information that I do have. To that end, I have outlined a few questions that I am commonly asked, followed by information I have related to each of those questions.

For your information, I am also attaching copies of all my correspondence related to this investigation. I hope this will help you understand what has been going on and will be used as reference as you discuss this work with fellow legislators and respond to questions from constituents. read more



by Addie Blake

Mexicos’ Foreign Ministry released a comic book in 2004. They called it A Guide for the Mexican Migrant. It is a detailed how-to manual for illegal aliens. It includes (a) safe ways to cross Mexicos’ northern border illegally, (b) a primer of illegal aliens rights in the U.S. and (c) advice on living illegally under the radar in the U.S. It lists 22 Mexican Consulate locations and phone numbers in the U.S. and contact numbers for 23 U.S. major cities, Atlanta and other large cities. Mexican Consulates in the U.S. provide a matricula consular ID card as documentation for applicants. Among other things, the matricula card can be used to board a plane in the U.S. By January 2005, according to the Mexico City newspaper Universal, 4.5 million Mexicans had matricula consular IDs that were accepted in 386 cities, 164 counties and 338 financial institutions in the U.S. and Mexicos’ stated goal was to have issued 6 million by that years end. In 2005, ten states in the U.S. accepted the matricula consular as valid ID for issuing an American drivers license to replace the matricula as ID.  Matriculas are so easy to get, it’s common for American police to see individuals that have several of them in different names.    This tells the American people exactly why there is such a huge illegal alien problem in the United States. read more


Windows XP Support Statement

“As you are probably aware, Microsoft will finally end all support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014, nearly 13 years after the operating system was first released. While mainstream support for Windows XP and Server 2003 ended back in 2010, these OSes have been on extended life support since then.” More information can be found here:

What does this mean to you? If you are using Windows XP or earlier after April of 2014, you may be unable to access this web site because we use the software “Bad Behavior” to mitigate SPAM on the web site. Also, other web sites may also use this or similar software and you may find it problematic for your web surfing. read more


Below is week 4’s call to action

I just wanted to encourage you all with some more good news:

On Monday, Dec 9th, five of us are going to have a sit down with the Governor to present to him our concerns and our petition of over 900 signatures!  (If you haven’t signed the petition yet or haven’t told all your friends to do so, go to  In Indiana, a petition was given to the Governor with less signatures than we have collected, and their legislature ended up repealing common core.  So, that is great news!
Thanks for all your efforts and please consider taking the action prescribed below. read more

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