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In Violation of Their Oath of Office

Our Country Coming Undone

Chilling Costs of Illegal Alien Migration













By Frosty Wooldridge
July 13, 2005

The American Lung Association makes the claim it �wiped out� tuberculosis in the United States. That esteemed public health organization celebrated its 101th birthday in June.

However, last fall, at the Air Force Academy in Colorado a cadet tested positive for tuberculosis. He is not alone. In Michigan, Florida, Virginia, Georgia, Colorado, Texas and dozens of states around the country, tuberculosis pops up daily at health clinics.

It�s a growing crisis suffered by parents of kids in classrooms, work places and food retail outlets. How and why is this disease that was �extinguished� in the United States by the mid 1990�s back?

According to the Center for Disease Control, 14,871 new cases of active TB in the United States

��occurred among people born abroad to non-U.S. born parents.� What do they have in common? They immigrated to America. Tuberculosis rears its ugly head with the advance of illegal immigrants massing across the United States.

How did they get past health officials at the borders? According to U.S. Border Patrol officials, over 4,000 illegal aliens make successful bids to cross America�s borders nightly in Arizona alone. Once inside the U.S., they move into the general population where they spread tuberculosis to American citizens. How many infected illegal aliens breached America�s borders in the past five years? According to a report by Dr. Kevin Patterson in the March issue of Mother Jones News, �Patient Predator,� an estimated 16,000 cases of MDR mycobacterium tuberculosis traveled over U.S. borders from Mexico in the past five years. This new �multi-drug resistant� TB, at this point, is incurable. Worldwide, tuberculosis kills two million people annually.

Let�s connect the dots. On April 24, 2004, �Anatomy of an Outbreak,� the Santa Barbara Press-News carried a story on an illegal alien migrant who infected 56 people. He had to be arrested and confined to stop his spreading the disease. On June 30, 2004, a Chesterfield County, Virginia teen at James River High School tested positive for TB. Another 100 of his classmates had to be tested. On July 2, 2004, a Bradenton, Florida homeless man who had visited homeless shelters may have spread the disease to an unknown number of people. Five cases of TB surfaced at the state prison in Hardeman County, Whiteville, Tennessee. On June 22, 2004, a nursing student tested positive for tuberculosis. In Norwich, Connecticut, a worker from Plas Pak Industries tested positive for TB on June 1, 2004. In Chesapeake, VA, 17 people died from TB in 2003. Last fall, north of Detroit, Michigan, 30 students and four teachers tested positive for TB.

Del Ray Beach, Florida suffered two cases.

Quite simply, it�s spreading like a dandelion dropping seeds into the wind.

Why should Americans be concerned? First, over one million illegal alien children attend K-12 schools across the United States. They are the sons and daughters of parents who escaped disease testing at our nation�s borders. Anyone of them could be among the 16,000 new cases of TB within our borders. What do all illegal aliens have in common? They do not want to be deported so they avoid checking into health clinics.

According to Dr. Lee Reichman in his book �TIMEBOMB: GLOBAL EPIDEMIC OF MULTI DRUG RESISTANT DISEASES,� each infected person may infect 10 to 50 other persons depending on his/her presence in public. Where do illegal aliens find work? Take a guess! It means any healthy American could eat at a fast food restaurant, go to a movie, stand in line at a grocery store or attend school�and contract tuberculosis. You�re a cough or sneeze away from infection by someone standing in line with you.

Adding to the calamity, America�s porous borders allow a million illegal and untested migrants into the United States annually. It portends a growing, silent and pervasive epidemic that will take years before fully realized as �live� and latent carriers may pass the disease to anyone near them when they cough, sneeze or touch foods Americans eat.

What can you as an American citizen do? Not much singularly. You�re pretty much a victim of this tuberculosis crisis. However, by joining forces with like-minded citizens, you can force Congress to uphold immigration laws, put troops on the borders to stop illegal migration and reduce legal immigration to manageable levels that mandate strict health testing before any immigrant arrives into this country.

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If you don�t do anything, which has been the case in the past 14 years since 1990 when tuberculosis was as rare as a blue moon, someone you know or you will contract TB. If it�s the MDR incurable form of TB, you may be among the two million annually who don�t enjoy the next New Year�s party. It�s only a matter time.

Go to and click on �What you can do� and click on the 26-point action letter to stop this nation-destroying madness. For you West Coast night owls, every Thursday you can catch yours truly in Las Vegas, Nevada on Mark Edwards� "Wake Up America" talk show on 50,000 watt KDWN-Am-720 10:00 PM to midnight PT, or on the worldwide Internet at On the home page, click on heard around the world. Five nights a week, Edwards engages patriots from across the nation to bring you the latest on this nation-destroying invasion. Also go to


1, Timebomb: Global Epidemic of Multi Drug Resistant Diseases
2, New York Academy of Sciences
3, Fox News: 'Waiving Disease' Matt Hayes 4/4/03
4, TB Still on Rise in North Virginia: Drug Resistance, Immigratin Cited in Disease's Spread, by Leef Smith, Washington Post Staff Writer, 03/18/02
5, TB Cases at Prison Increase: Associated Press, June 23, 2004, The Tennessean
6, Nurse Diagnosed With TB, News Journal, June 22, 2004, New Jersey
7, Norwich Workers Tested for TB,, June 19, 2004, Norwich, Conn.
8, Stephany Gabbard, RN, CLNC, (, is a Registered Nurse and Certified Legal Nurse Consultant specializing in disease prevention. She has worked in several County Jail Health Systems, witnessing first hand the effects of disease in the jail population.
9, Frosty Wooldridge, ( is a former cardiac catheterization technician, teacher, national radio guest speaker, TV guest, writer and world bicycle traveler who has seen the consequences of overpopulation up close and personal. Take Action: Contact to take national action or call your Congressional rep: 1 877 762 8762 toll free.

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Frosty Wooldridge possesses a unique view of the world, cultures and families in that he has bicycled around the globe 100,000 miles, on six continents in the past 26 years.

He has written hundreds of articles (regularly) for 17 national and 2 international magazines. He has had hundreds of editorials published in top national newspapers including the Rocky Mountain News, Denver Post, Albany Herald and Christian Science Monitor.

His first book, "HANDBOOK FOR TOURING BICYCLISTS" by Falcon Press is available nationwide. His second book "STRIKE THREE! TAKE YOUR BASE" by the Brookfield Reader published in January 2002. His bicycle books include "BICYCLING AROUND THE WORLD."


Frosty Wooldridge has guest lectured at Cornell University, teaching creative writing workshops, magazine writing at Michigan State University, and has presented environmental science lectures at the University of Colorado, University of Denver and Regis University. He also lectures on "Religion and Ethics" at Front Range College in Colorado.











It�s a growing crisis suffered by parents of kids in classrooms, work places and food retail outlets. How and why is this disease that was �extinguished� in the United States by the mid 1990�s back?