In a story last week, Politico alleged Minuteman Project co-founder Jim Gilchrist strong-armed candidates into hiring his political adviser for their own campaigns in return for an endorsement from Gilchrist.
What does MP stand for?
MP stands for Minuteman Project
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Samples in periodicals archive:
This is an outstanding performance by Immigration and Customs Enforcement," said Jim Gilchrist, founder and director of The Minuteman Project in Laguna Hills.
95 Paperback PN4888 The April 2005 Minuteman Project, in which vigilantes from the US patrolled the border with Mexico, and the mass rallies of Latinos in many US cities during the spring of 2006, says Chavez (anthropology, U.
Immigration rally, Reagan tribute dinner slated Minuteman Project Founder Jim Gilchrist will join Rick Hickey, vice president of Oregonians for Immigration Reform, at an immigration reform rally in downtown Eugene on Saturday.
New Yorkers for Immigration Control and Enforcement will hold a rally to protest the "slap on the wrist" some students received after disrupting a speech by the founder of the Minuteman Project in October at Columbia University, 2950 Broadway at 116th Street.
This book by Jim Gilchrist, founder of the Minuteman Project, and Jerome Corsi, coauthor of Unfit for Command, documents the significant harm to our country from the illegal alien invasion, and reasons why our government doesn't want to stop it.
Graf, who was running for the seat of immigration moderate (and fellow Republican) Jim Kolbe, got financial support from the border-patrolling Minuteman project.
In 2005, Adler, Criado, and Huneycutt (whose backgrounds include activism, economics, and advertising) began distributing disposable cameras and stamped mailers to people on "both sides" of the border debate: the illegal immigrants who cross the southwestern border of the United States (at the rate of 700,000 a year) and Jim Gilchrist's right-wing vigilante group, the Minuteman Project.