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Tom Fitton -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga. -- Kennesaw, Ga. -- February 19, 2012   
Constitutionality of Obamacare and Arizona immigration law
Two critical Supreme Court battles loom this spring: Obamacare and illegal immigration. Judicial Watch is smack dab in the middle of the debates. -- First, Obamacare: On February 13, 2012, we filed an amicus curiae brief with the High Court challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare, specifically the "individual mandate." The Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments for the Obamacare case on March 26, 27, and 28, 2012... -- Kennesaw, Ga. -- February 19, 2012   
US 'slipping into a fascist system': Ron Paul 
Kansas City -- Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul says the US is "slipping into a fascist system" dominated by big government and big businesses. -- The Texas congressman held a fiery rally on Saturday night across the street from a World War I Memorial, upstaging simultaneous Republican Party banquets being held on both sides of the nearby Missouri and Kansas line...

David North -- Center for Immigration Studies -- Kennesaw, Ga. -- February 19, 2012    
Homeland Security pork   
Most people are not aware that the fine print of the Department of Homeland Security's new budget includes a set of grants "to help strengthen the nation against risks associated with potential terrorist attacks and other hazards" be awarded to Indian tribes. -- A total of $6 million has been set aside for this purpose; it even has its own initials, which are THSGP, for the Tribal Homeland Security Grant Program...

Frank Crimi -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga. -- Kennesaw, Ga. -- February 19, 2012   
Obama's new illegal alien czar    
Immigration law enforcement suffered another blow when the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently announced the appointment of Andrew Lorenz-Strait as the nation's first "public advocate" for the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE). -- According to ICE Director John Morton, the public advocate position was created by the Obama administration to handle questions and complaints...

Janice Kephart -- Center for Immigration Studies -- Kennesaw, Ga. -- February 19, 2012    
Another terrorist attempt, another illegal overstay   
While the Obama administration continues to advance "homegrown terrorism" as the biggest threat to homeland security, another reminder came Friday that we must be vigilant about who it is we let in our country, and whom we let stay. Amine el-Khalifi, a 29-year-old Moroccan man, was arrested yesterday for attempting a suicide bombing in Washington D.C. -- He was two blocks away from the U.S. Capitol...

Houston Chronicle -- February 18, 2012    
Napolitano acknowledges 'lots of mistakes' in Fast and Furious gun   
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano was grilled by House Republicans on Wednesday over the Operation Fast and Furious, the botched Justice Department gun sting. -- Napolitano's hearing before the House's Homeland Security Committee was planned as a hearing about President Obama's 2013 proposed budget for the Department of Homeland Security...

Cliff Kinkaid -- -- February 17, 2012  
Glenn Beck and the death of free speech   
Fox News has aired several interviews with Daily Caller editors and reporters on the influence of Media Matters, the Soros-funded left-wing attack machine. A series of articles in The Daily Caller sheds new light on the operations of the group, which masquerades as a non-profit but has partisan political ties to the Obama White House and the Democratic Party. Unfortunate ly, the interviews failed to touch on...

US News & World Report -- February 17, 2012   
CBO: Longest period of high unemployment since Great Depression 
After three years with unemployment topping 8 percent, the U.S. has seen the longest period of high unemployment since the Great Depression, the Congressional Budget Office noted in a report issued today. -- And, despite some recent good news on the economic front, the CBO is still predicting that unemployment will remain above 8 percent until 2014...

Kurt Nimmo -- Infowars -- Austin, Texas -- February 17, 2012   
Virginia House passes NDAA nullification 96-4   
In a move completely ignored by the establishment media, the Virginia House of Delegates has voted in favor of House Bill 1160 (HB1160), legislation that codifies in Virginia law noncompliance with the "kidnapping provisions" of section 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 (NDAA). The final vote, held on February 14, was 96-4. The bill was sponsored by Delegate Bob Marshall...

Michelle Malkin -- Family Security Matters -- February 17, 2012    
Taxing medical progress to death   
Two years ago this month, as public debate over Obamacare raged, former President Bill Clinton rushed to the hospital because of a heart condition. He immediately underwent a procedure to place two stents in one of his coronary arteries. It was a timely reminder about the dangers of stifling private-sector medical innovation. No one listened. Stents don't grow on trees...

Zero Hedge -- February 16, 2012  
America's discretionary spending well has run dry   
The more we dig into the bones of President Obama's new budget plan, the more it becomes clear that, as JP Morgan's Michael Cembalest notes, the battles of the future (among our peak-polarized political class) will be between raising taxes and cutting entitlements as the discretionary spending well is empty. As the Budget Control Act cuts this discretionary spend to a 50-year low...

Brenham (Texas) Banner-Press -- February 16, 2012   
Napolitano testifies in 'Fast and Furious' scheme   
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano did not rule out the possibility that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms misled her department about the intent of Operation Fast & Furious to put guns in the hands of Mexican drug cartels. -- Napolitano testified Wednesday at a U.S. House subcommittee hearing. -- "I hope they did not," Napolitano responded to Congressman Michael McCaul...

Victor Davis Hanson -- National Review -- February 16, 2012  
Please, a little honesty about illegal immigration    
President Barack Obama recently assured El Salvador that the United States would not deport the more than 200,000 Salvadorans residing illegally in the United States. As the election nears, and the president looks to court Hispanic voters, he has also created a new position of "public advocate" for illegal [aliens] , whose duties would appear to be advocating that millions circumvent, rather than follow, current federal law...

Alex Pappas & David Martosko -- Daily Caller -- February 16, 2012   
More Media Matters chicanery   
The liberal Media Matters for America organization once accepted a $50,000 grant to monitor and attack religious news outlets, according to tax returns examined by The Daily Caller. -- The grant came in 2006 from the ARCA Foundation, a 60-year-old philanthropy that funds Democratic causes. The foundation gave Media Matters the $50,000 "to support a Religious Broadcasting Project to expand the monitoring..." [Related video]

John Hayward -- Human Events -- February 16, 2012  
Fast and Furious: Obama's 2013 budget removes ban on gun-walking
Emily Miller of the Washington Times, who is still healing from the psychological scars inflicted by her journey through Washington, D.C.'s gun control maze, noticed that a little something was missing from President Obama's 2013 budget proposal: President Obama is using his budget to advance an anti-gun agenda just before the election...

Jeff Poor -- Daily Caller -- February 16, 2012         
Dershowitz: Media Matters, Soros-Funded Center for American Progress the 'David Duke of the extreme left'
..."Media Matters and Center for American Progress are two extremely left-bigoted groups that are so virulently anti-Israel and anti-supporters of Israel that they've gone over the line from anti-Zionism to anti-Semitism," Dershowitz said. "They now use the term 'Israel firsters,' the way anti-Catholic bigots..."

Kurt Nimmo -- Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas -- February 16, 2012   
Big Sis admits U.S. does not face terror threat from Iran or Hezbollah 
Despite all the hype drummed up by the establishment media about a scary Iranian or Hezbollah attack on "soft targets" in the United States, the Department of Homeland Security has admitted there is no specific threat facing the country. -- House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Pete King fretted over a Hezbollah attack on the fatherland --- specifically synagogues --- but DHS boss Napolitano was obliged to admit...

Ann Coulter -- Daily Caller -- February 16, 2012   
Communism by insurance mandate   
One theory for why Barack Obama pushed the contraception mandate right now is that it helps Rick Santorum. Others theorize it's because Obama is an anti-religious bigot with a left-wing agenda. Reasonable minds can disagree on this. -- But it may end up helping Mitt Romney by reminding people that the "individual mandate" is the least of the problems with Obamacare...

Steven A. Camarota -- Center for Immigration Studies -- February 16, 2012   
Illegal population stops declining under Obama   
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will soon release its new estimate of the illegal immigrant population in the United States as of January 1, 2011. (All DHS estimates are for January 1.) Based on a preliminary analysis of some of the same data DHS uses, the Center for Immigration Studies estimates that 10.9 million (± 200,000) illegal immigrants lived in the United States on January 1, 2011...

Business Week -- February 15, 2012   
Obama immigration approach criticized by U.S. House Republicans  
The Obama administration isn't doing enough to crack down on illegal immigration and its focus on deporting those with criminal records is too narrow, U.S. House Republican lawmakers said. -- During a hearing today before the House Appropriations homeland security subcommittee, Republicans told Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano that she's neglecting to remove from the U.S. the majority of illegal [aliens]...

Houston Chronicle -- February 15, 2012  
Big Sis acknowledges 'lots of mistakes' in Fast and Furious gun sting  
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano was grilled by House Republicans on Wednesday over the Operation Fast and Furious, the botched Justice Department gun sting.Napolitano's hearing before the House's Homeland Security Committee was planned as a hearing about President Obama's 2013 proposed budget for the Department of Homeland Security...

Emily Miller -- Washington Times -- February 15, 2012   
Obama's fast and furious spin   
President Obama is using his budget to advance an anti-gun agenda just before the election. One particularly sneaky provision buried deep within his submission to Congress Monday would, if enacted, allow the mistakes of the "Fast and Furious" gun-walking scandal to be repeated. -- In November, the president signed the Justice Department appropriations bill, which included language from Sen. John Cornyn...

Georgia Public Broadcasting -- February 15, 2012  
Subversive feds settle case brought by miffed illegals for $350,000 
Advocates on all sides of the immigration debate are digesting the latest big, and perhaps historic, development: The U.S. government agreed to pay a $350,000 settlement to 11 Connecticut men arrested in raids in 2007. -- The plaintiffs claimed immigration agents violated their rights during the early morning raids, which snared nearly three dozen people...

Paul Craig Roberts -- Counterpunch -- February 15, 2012   
Obama, the human rights hypocrite   
Is Obama a hypocrite or merely insouciant? Or is he an idiot? -- According to news reports Obama's White House meeting on Valentine's day with China's Vice President, Xi Jinping, provided an opportunity for Obama to raise "a sensitive human rights issue with the Chinese leader-in-waiting." The brave and forthright Obama didn't let etiquette or decorum get in his way...

The Blaze -- February 15, 2012   
Food police strike in North Carolina   
A North Carolina mom is irate after her four-year-old daughter returned home late last month with an uneaten lunch the mother had packed for the girl earlier that day. But she wasn't mad because the daughter decided to go on a hunger strike. Instead, the reason the daughter didn't eat her lunch is because someone at the school determined the lunch wasn't healthy enough and sent it back home. -- Yes, you read that right...

WPLG-TV -- Pembroke Park, Fla. -- February 15, 2012  
Budget ax falls on armed pilot program   
President Barack Obama's budget ax is falling hard on a program that allows pilots to carry handguns in the cockpit as a last line of defense against terrorists. -- Obama's proposed 2013 budget cuts in half funds for the Federal Flight Deck Officer (FFDO) program. The current budget of $25 million a year -- which goes for such things as conducting background checks, training the pilots, and periodic gun proficiency tests...

Jamie Weinstein -- Daily Caller -- February 15, 2012   
Alan Dershowitz: Media Matters could become Rev. Wright of 2012 for Obama
Liberal Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz says Media Matters could become the Rev. Jeremiah Wright of 2012 for the Obama campaign if the White House and the Democratic Party don't clearly distance themselves from the organization. -- "Well I think if swing voters in the pro-Israel community had any idea how extreme Media Matters was on issues of Israel and supporters of Israel..."

Josh Peterson -- Daily Caller -- February 15, 2012   
Media Matters matters even less on the Internet
Despite having the ear of Obama administration officials and generating research that has had a major influence in driving the agenda of establishment media, direct interest in Media Matters For America on the Internet has been on a downward spiral for years. -- Publicly available Web traffic data from Compete, Inc. shows a 62.46 percent decline in unique visitor traffic from U.S. visitors...

Will Rahn -- Daily Caller -- February 15, 2012   
Media Matters tax-exempt status may face new scrutiny from Congress 
Congressional Republicans are now interested in examining Media Matters For America's tax-exempt status, The Daily Caller has learned. Doing so would cause the GOP to wade into the complex world of tax laws that govern "exempt organizations" such as Media Matters and more than 1 million other charitable organizations that are exempt from federal income tax...

Tom Tancredo -- February 15, 2012  
Issa moves toward holding Holder in contempt of Congress   
On Tuesday Rep. Darrell Issa, chairman of the House committee on Oversight and Government Reform, took a major step toward holding Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress for his failure to provide subpoenaed documents and other information about Operation Fast and Furious. -- In a Jan. 31 letter, Issa had threatened Holder with such a move if he failed to provide all the subpoenaed documents...

CNS News Service -- February 14, 2012   
Gas prices up 83% under subversive Obama regime   
President Barack Obama listed rising gas prices as among the many reasons to extend the payroll tax cut Tuesday, flanked by individuals the White House promoted as being affected by $40 per paycheck the average American would lose if the tax cut is not extended at the end of February. -- The payroll tax funds Social Security. Cutting the tax would reduce funding to Social Security by $119 billion...

Daily Caller -- February 14, 2012   
Krauthammer calls Obama budget 'worthy of Greece,' 'truly scandalous'
On Monday night's "Special Report" on the Fox News Channel, the show's "All-Star Panel" addressed the news of President Barack Obama's budget proposal, which was discussed on the Sunday public affairs programs this week. -- White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew made the incorrect assertion that it would require 60 votes, an impossibility without bipartisan agreement, for the U.S. Senate to pass a budget...

Kayleigh McEnany -- International Business Times -- February 14, 2012  
Obama shouldn't skew meaning of "rights" vs. "privileges"   
The Obama administration has made a habit of turning what should be "privileges" into "rights," and, in the process, demeaning what it actually means to have a right. He has done this with the health care and housing industries; in his latest attempt, he has done it with contraception. -- Last week, President Barack Obama mandated that insurance companies provide contraception to insurance recipients. ...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner -- February 14, 2012    
Now Obama wants to cut funding to jail illegal alien criminals   
On Monday, the White House presented their proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2013 which cuts reimbursements to states for the costs of imprisoning criminal aliens by nearly two-thirds. -- Obama has proposed slashing the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) from $240 million to only $70 million. --California would be particularly hard-hit under Obama's plan...

Daily Caller -- February 14, 2012  
Obama hikes subsidy to wealthy electric car buyers
The White House intends to boost government subsidies for wealthy buyers of the Chevy Volt and other new-technology vehicles --- to $10,000 per buyer. -- That mammoth subsidy would cost taxpayers $100 million each year if it is approved by Congress, presuming only 10,000 new-technology autos are sold each year. -- But the administration wants to get 1 million new-tech autos on the road by 2015...

Daily Caller -- February 14, 2012  
Babeu: Fast and Furious mastermind should 'face criminal charges'
Pinal County, Ariz. Sheriff Paul Babeu, a Republican congressional candidate, told The Daily Caller he thinks Attorney General Eric Holder "perjured himself" before Congress when testifying about Operation Fast and Furious. -- "I believe that [Holder], and many sheriffs in Arizona believe that, he has perjured himself," Babeu said during an interview...

Rasmussen Reports -- February 14, 2012   
59% of Catholics disapprove of Obama's job performance 
Catholics strongly disapprove of the job President Obama is doing as the debate continues over his administration's new policy forcing Catholic institutions to pay for contraception they morally oppose. While the president's overall job approval ratings have improved over the past couple of months, they have remained steady among Catholics...

Mike Brownfield -- Heritage Foundation -- February 14, 2012   
Obama's continuing assault on the Constitution   
With tens of millions of Americans watching, Barack Obama stood at the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on January 20, 2009, with his left hand on the Bible and his right hand held aloft, swearing to God and country that he would preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. Yet despite that pledge, President Obama has time and time again taken actions contrary to the principles of the founding document he swore to uphold...

Lyle J. Rapacki, Ph.D. -- Family Security Matters -- February 14, 2012  
Open Border Policy: Costs to America's infrastructure incalculable 
The construction of a 50-mile "virtual-fence" on the southern Arizona border sponsored by Homeland Security Secretary and former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano briefly softened conservative rhetoric, but the political decisions made hundreds of miles away to encourage mass migration into border-states, and beyond, will defeat any sophisticated gadgets employed...

Investor's Business Daily -- February 14, 2012   
Fast And Furious gun control plot was widely known   
A drug enforcement agent says other agencies knew in 2009 about the Justice Department's gunrunning operation and even tried to interdict the weapons flow. And, yes, it was a gun-control plot. -- The notion that Fast and Furious was a localized operation run out of the Phoenix office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives of which few, particularly the arguably clueless Attorney General Eric Holder...

NBPC Press Release -- February 14, 2012   
National Border Patrol Council blasts DHS pay cut plan   
The President of the Union representing U.S. Border Patrol Agents strongly condemned the pay reduction plan spearheaded by the Department of Homeland Security and included in the Obama Administration's budget request for 2013. "This is the same bad idea CBP proposed last year. It made no sense then and makes no sense now," said NBPC President George McCubbin III...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- February 14, 2012  
Congressman: Obama administration a lobbying firm for illegal aliens 
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) last week announced the appointment of a public advocate to handle complaints and questions about the administration's immigration enforcement policies. -- This new position will serve as a point of contact for illegal and criminal immigrants in deportation proceedings as well as NGOs and other community and advocacy groups...

Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas -- February 13, 2012   
Obama advisor's call for global tax part Of UN agenda for transfer of wealth
Director of the White House's national economic council Gary Sperling's announcement that a plan for a "global minimum tax" is in the works continues the efforts of Barack Obama himself to oversee a massive transfer of wealth under the auspices of the UN. -- The call also echoes similar rhetoric out of the United Nations which recently announced an agenda to impose a world tax on all financial transactions...

WBUR-FM -- Boston -- February 13, 2012    
America is angry, very angry...   
Through the smog and the smeariness of the seemingly ceaseless process of selecting a president, one thing is clear: Americans are seething. -- Some Americans are livid over illegal immigration. Others are ticked off about Obamacare. President Obama himself is not too happy about the way things are. "If one emotion came through in President Obama's State of the Union address," Forbes magazine notes, "it was anger."

Denver Post -- February 13, 2012     
Latinos benefiting the most from U.S. job growth
After scraping by on handyman jobs for a year, Bert Qintana figured he'd have to leave his wife and teenage son at their home near Taos and find work elsewhere. -Then Qintana got a call last month from Chevron Mining, which runs a mine 20 miles away. Would he be interested in hauling muck from the molybdenum mine for $17.05 an hour? He leaped at the offer...

Reuters -- February 13, 2012 
Obama proposes $800 million in aid for "Arab Spring"   
The White House announced plans on Monday to help "Arab Spring" countries swept by revolutions with more than $800 million in economic aid, while maintaining U.S. military aid to Egypt. -- In his annual budget message to Congress, President Barack Obama asked that military aid to Egypt be kept at the level of recent years -- $1.3 billion -- despite a crisis triggered by an Egyptian probe...

WBUR-FM -- Boston -- February 13, 2012   
America is angry, very angry...   
Through the smog and the smeariness of the seemingly ceaseless process of selecting a president, one thing is clear: Americans are seething. -- Some Americans are livid over illegal immigration. Others are ticked off about Obamacare. President Obama himself is not too happy about the way things are. "If one emotion came through in President Obama's State of the Union address," Forbes magazine notes, "it was anger."

Rasmussen Reports -- February 13, 2012    
Voters are gung-ho for use of drones but not over the U.S.   
Voters strongly approve of President Obama's decision to use unmanned drones to go after terrorists, but they're much less excited about the use of such aircraft for surveillance on the home front. -- The president recently acknowledged that the United States has a secret drone program for killing al-Qaeda and Taliban terrorists, and the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that...

John Miano -- Center for Immigration Studies -- February 13, 2012     
Why Obama doesn't have a clue   
The H-1B program has been in the news lately as a result of President Obama's nonsensical response to a woman whose husband is an unemployed engineer. -- When confronted with the question of why the U.S. is importing foreign engineers when Americans are out of work, the president respond, "There is a huge demand around the country for engineers."

Scott Lazarowitz -- -- February 13, 2012   
Why are government bureaucrats turning America into Nazi Germany? 
I'm sorry to put it in such a crass way, but that is exactly what they are doing. Ever since the September 11th attacks, these power-grabbing scoundrels have been putting policies in place that were planned well before 9/11, searching us, tracking, frisking, scanning, taxing and regulating and spying on us. -- The War on Terror and the War on Drugs have a combined effect of really being the government's war on us...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner -- February 13, 2012    
Obama's "Truth Team" only being told half-truths    
The Obama 2012 campaign hopes to enlist 2 million supporters to join an effort dubbed the "Truth Team." -- On Monday, the Obama campaign stated: "The goal is to ensure that when Republicans attack President Obama's record, grassroots supporters can take ownership of the campaign and share the facts with the undecided voters in their lives."

San Antonio Express-News -- February 13, 2012    
Obama aggressively courting Latinos   
President Barack Obama is aggressively courting Latinos crucial to his re-election bid as Republican presidential hopefuls risk alienating the minority community with immigration proposals designed to attract conservative primary voters. -- To advance Obama's standing with Latinos, the White House has organized policy "summits" for administration officials and Hispanic leaders in key states and communities...

Peter Ferrara -- Forbes -- February 13, 2012     
Don't be fooled, the Obama unemployment rate is 11%   
When Barack Obama entered office in January, 2009, the labor force participation rate was 65.7%, meaning nearly two-thirds of working age Americans were working or looking for work. -- When the recession supposedly officially ended in June, 2009, the labor force participation rate was still 65.7%. -- In the latest, much celebrated, unemployment report, the labor force participation rate had plummeted to 63.7%...

New York Daily News -- February 13, 2012    
Obama's birth control shift jeered by GOP pols, presidential candidates
..."Does that sound like a compromise?" asked talker Glenn Beck. -- "It's not a retreat," scoffed columnist Michelle Malkin. "It's a re-trick." -- The controversy erupted in January after the administration ruled a requirement in last year's national healthcare law that workplace health insurance plans provide contraceptive services applies to religious organizations...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- February 12, 2012 
Unions threaten, intimidate American workers, says Congressional report  
Too often American workers are intentionally kept ignorant of their civil rights and subjected to threats and intimidation when they speak out against their unions' support for political activities and candidates. Aided by President Barack Obama's Executive Orders and recent court cases weakening worker choice protections, unions can get around workers rights...

Stephen Lendman -- The Intel Hub -- February 12, 2012     
America's sham economic recovery   
Official government data are manipulated. Credibility's entirely lacking. Reported good news is hype. Grim underlying reality is suppressed. -- The monthly Labor Department jobs report is typical. Progressive Radio News Hour regular economist Jack Rasmus calls the latest January one "largely statistical legerdemain." -- A reported 243,000 nonfarm jobs reported lacked credibility...

The Intel Hub -- February 12, 2012     
NRA official claims Obama plans to outlaw all guns during his second term 
A top NRA official has gone on the record with his belief that if Obama is elected for a second term he plans to effectively end the 2nd amendment with an all out ban on guns. -- NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre said that Obama's 1st term low key approach on gun rights was a conspiracy to ensure reelection for a second term where he plans a full destruction of Americans 2nd amendment rights...

Berkshire Eagle -- Pittsfield, Mass. -- February 11, 2012    
Another American dies due to inexusable gov't. bungling  
Hudson, NY -- Four days after he was arraigned for murdering a 73-year-old woman last November, questions remain about why Shaiqul Islam was released by federal immigration authorities only six weeks before the alleged incident occurred. -- Islam, who was arraigned on Tuesday in Columbia County Court, has been charged with the Nov. 20 slaying of 73-year-old Lois Decker of Hillsdale...

Associated Press -- February 11, 2012   
Uzbek man pleads guilty in plot to kill Obama    
Birmingham, Ala. -- A man from Uzbekistan who pleaded guilty Friday to plotting to kill President Barack Obama  with an automatic rifle claimed he was acting at the direction of an Islamic terror group in his home country. -- Authorities said Ulugbek Kodirov had discussed trying to kill the president as he campaigned for re-election because he would be out in public more often...

Paul Joseph Watson -- Infowars -- Austin, Texas -- February 11, 2012   
The state has declared war on the American people   
With the announcement that 30,000 drones are expected to fill American skies within ten years, the U.S. government has officially declared war on the American people, turning to technology normally used to hunt down insurgents abroad as the whole arsenal of the war on terror is re-focused domestically. -- "The Federation Aviation Administration said up to 30,000 drones could be in airspace..."

King World News -- February 11, 2012    
John Williams: The US edges closer to collapse
John Williams, of Shadowstats, notes that fundamental conditions for the US dollar could not be worse. Williams says the record lack of confidence by the US public in their government now threatens global currency stability. Here is what Williams had to say about the situation: "One of the more important, long-range underlying variables impacting the exchange rate value of the U.S. dollar..."

Patrick J. Buchanan -- -- February 11, 2012     
Obama's trampling on God's turf now   
Yes, Virginia, there is a religious war going on. It is for the soul of America. And traditional Christianity is besieged. -- In a January visit to the Vatican, American bishops were warned by Benedict XVI that "radical secularism" posed "grave threats" to their Catholic faith. Your religious freedom is being circumscribed, said the pope. The U.S. government may seek to force you to collaborate in what are "intrinsically evil practices."

David North -- Center for Immigration Studies -- February 10, 2012    
Hidden double attacks on our immigration system   
In addition to their massive assaults on the very core of our immigration laws – such as the use of "prosecutorial discretion" in deportation cases – the more-migration people in and out of the administration are keeping up a steady drum roll of proposed and actual changes in the rules, all intended to expand highly-specific bits and pieces of migratory flows and, in many cases...

Daily Caller -- February 10, 2012   
Breitbart: Obama contraceptive mandate 'a form of thuggery' 
Conservative media mogul Andrew Breitbart told The Daily Caller on Thursday that the Obama administration's recent clashes with the Catholic Church are "a form of thuggery" against religious Americans. --"I believe that while experiencing a class warfare in this country --- where the president has been doing it for years and people denied it, and now he's finally stated even in the State of the Union..."

USA Today -- February 10, 2012     
House Memo: Entire goal of Fast and Furious was a failure 
Mexican cartel suspects targeted in the troubled gun-trafficking probe known as Operation Fast and Furious were actually working as FBI informants at the time, according to a congressional memo that describes the case's mission as a "failure." -- The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has acknowledged that guns were allowed into the hands of Mexican criminals for more than a year...

Daily Caller -- February 10, 2012   
Nun's media network files suit against Obama regime
The Catholic media network started thirty years ago by Mother Angelica, a cloistered nun, is now taking legal action against Obama administration officials over the new mandate requiring health insurance plans, including those offered by religious organizations, to cover contraceptives. -- The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty filed suit Thursday morning on behalf of Mother Angelica's network against the federal government...

William La Jeunesse -- Fox News -- February 10, 2012     
More news on the bungled 'Fast & Furious' fiasco   
While criticism surrounding Operation Fast and Furious has so far focused on the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, three other federal agencies knew about the operation and some of their agents tried to stop it, according to the former chief of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration in Tucson. -- Tony Coulson, the DEA's agent in charge of Southern Arizona during Fast and Furious...

Paul Driessen -- Family Security Matters -- February 10, 2012    
That jobs thing sure didn't last long   
President Obama "is focused like a laser on putting people back to work," Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) assured us last fall -- echoing repeated statements by President Obama and Administration officials who "can't wait" for Congress or others to take action and create jobs. -- The jobs thing didn't last long, however. The President soon vetoed TransCanada's application for permits to build the Keystone XL pipeline...

Daily Caller -- February 10, 2012     
Congressman: Obama 'duped' American people
Tom Graves told The Daily Caller that he thinks President Barack Obama "duped" the American people with the recent rule about contraception that has sparked controversy between the Catholic Church and the administration. -- "This is a great example of where the American people were duped by the Obama administration and the health care law," Graves said in an interview...

Maryland Community News Online -- February 10, 2012    
Frederick Sheriff: 287(g) is here to stay   
A federal push to soften a program that deports illegal [aliens] will have little bearing on the way Frederick County deputies approach the matter, according to Sheriff Charles A. 'Chuck' Jenkins (R). -- "This is nothing more than national politics at work, a lot of smoke and mirrors," Jenkins said. "[President Barack] Obama is pandering to the Latino community. I don't think there will be wholesale change..."

Judge Andrew Napolitano -- -- February 10, 2012     
Do Catholics have too many babies?   
When we were colonists and fought a war against the king and Parliament so that we could secede from the British Empire and be independent of it, we also fought for the value of personal freedom. That is the idea that in matters of personal choice, the government should play no role. The king only cared about the colonists' personal choices if he could control or tax them... -- February 10, 2012     
Kids indoctrinated about Obama's incredible awesomeness   
A tipster sends in this video from Cass Elementary School in Livonia, Michigan. The video purportedly shows a dramatic and inspirational movie montage tribute to President Barack Obama displayed to the assembled children as part of the school's Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration. Most of the school children appear to be less than inspired...

Fox News Latino -- February 9, 2012    
Court halts deportation of seven 'immigrants,' putting new policy to test
A federal appeals court has given seven immigrants a reprieve from deportation. -- In a 2-1 ruling this week, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals demanded the Obama administration explain whether the immigrants can avoid deportation because of two memos released last year by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement director John Morton urging prosecutors to use "discretion" when deciding...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- February 9, 2012  
Americans pay for inept federal prosecutors, says watchdog group   
As if having a politicized -- some say corrupt -- federal justice system weren't bad enough, the misconduct of federal prosecutors has led to the reversal convictions that leave taxpayers penalized for the cost of defending federal prosecutors who botched their cases, according to arguably one of the top legal watchdog groups in the country...

Jerry Seper -- Washington Times-- February 9, 2012     
Border Patrol union decries hiring of immigrant 'public advocate'  
The Obama administration's appointment of a public advocate for immigrant concerns about law enforcement policies makes a "mockery of the laws of the United States," the National Border Patrol Council said Wednesday. -- "The Obama administration took its next step toward amnesty for illegal aliens by naming an advocate for illegal aliens and those concerned about immigration issues," said NBPC Vice President...

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