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Friday, December 19, 2008

Removing All Doubt
Obama Would Cede Southwest to Mexico

American Patrol Report -- December 19
"We are all Americans, whether you are legalized or not"

    Anyone who still doubts that Barack Obama is determined to grant de-facto amnesty to millions of illegal aliens should explain to the rest of us why he picked Hilda Solis to be Secretary of Labor.
A long-time supporter of la Reconquista, the Mexican takeover of the American Southwest, Solis is also a leader in the movement to silence Americans who speaks out against the invasion, specifically Lou Dobbs, Glenn Beck and Bill O'Reilly.
    At a 1996 meeting of the Southwest Voter Registration Project, Solis said, "We are all Americans, whether you are legalized or not." She was the sponsor of a California bill to issue drivers licenses to illegal aliens.
    The Secretary of Labor enforces laws dealing with the work site, including laws dealing with unions.
  There is no doubt that Solis will work to subvert the enforcement of immigration laws and will give more power to the SEIU and other pro-alien unions.
    Americans are going to have to fight very hard if they are going to save their nation from a president who is determined to destroy it.
Video Watch: Dobbs on Calif. budget   Transcript

Rick Oltman -- Californians for Population Stabilization       sc   
We're from the Mexican government and we're here to help   
Reuters News Agency reports, "The Mexican government has opened a special call center in Arizona to provide a sympathetic ear for Mexican citizens caught up in the crackdown on illegal immigration in the desert state. Officials at the Mexican consulate in Tucson said they opened the center last week..." AP Internal Use Only

Dallas Morning News   
Foes of Farmers Branch illegal-immigrant efforts cite 'secrecy'   
Accusations and conspiracy theories are flying in Farmers Branch these days. -- Attorneys who have filed numerous lawsuits against the city over its anti-illegal [alien] efforts say the city is engaged in a pattern of possibly illegal attempts to keep information about the litigation out of the public eye...

KGNS-TV -- Laredo, Texas   
Border Patrol chase ends in rollover   
An early morning Border Patrol pursuit ends in a chase. -- Border Patrol was following three men in a red Pontiac after a report of suspicious activity at a ranch off U.S. Highway 83. -- Border Patrol agents pursued the vehicle after a short chase the vehicle lost control flipping over several times near a rest area...

Service Employees International Union         sc      
SEIU leader hails Obama's nomination of Reconquista Hilda Solis   
SEIU President Andy Stern issued the following statement in response to reports that President-elect Barack Obama will nominate Representative Hilda Solis as U.S. Secretary of Labor: ..."The daughter of two immigrant workers and union members and a board member of American Rights at Work, she will be a Secretary of Labor working men and women can finally count on to stand up and fight for them..."

Nairobi (Kenya) Star  
Kenyan government gags Obama kin   
The government has blocked Kenyan members of President-elect Barack Obama's extended family from talking to the media. -- Family members will have to ask permission from government before issuing making any statement concerning Obama...

Austin American-Statesman   
Illegal alien advocates rave about Solis as Labor secretary   
Several [illegal alien] advocate groups are praising President-elect Barack Obama’s choice for Labor secretary — Rep. Hilda Solis, a California Democrat. -- Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum, said Solis “has been a key leader for immigrants, workers, and comprehensive immigration reform throughout her career.”

Los Angeles Times   
Reconquista supporters hope their hour has come   
...Frank Sharry of America's Voice, a Washington-based immigrant advocacy organization, said that Democrats who favored a comprehensive reform approach beat Republicans advocating only border control and other enforcement measures in 20 of 22 congressional races in such battleground states as Colorado and New Mexico...

We Get E-Mail 
My experience with Hilda Solis    
In 2004,  I attended a border patrol protest at the Temecula, CA, Border Patrol Station. Angry demonstrators stood in front of the border patrol station - denouncing recent interior raids. -- About 10 of us who supported the Temecula border patrol demonstrated in support. -- During the protest, Congress Member  Hilda Solis pulled up in a big car...

Salt Lake Tribune   
Company that hired illegals to take plea deal   
The president of a Lindon business intends to plead guilty on behalf of his company to one count of harboring illegal aliens, court documents released Thursday state. -- As part of the agreement, Martin Snow of Universal Industrial Sales, will acknowledge that his business knowingly hired dozens of undocumented workers since 2002....

Joseph Farah -- WorldNetDaily.com    
Let's spring Ramos and Compean   
If I weren't a responsible, upstanding, law-abiding citizen, I might be planning a jailbreak to bust loose two honorable men languishing in prison cells who no more belong there than O.J. Simpson belongs on the streets. -- No, I'm not seriously plotting any nefarious illegal acts to free Border Patrol Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean from the federal penitentiary...

Agence France-Presse   
US deports 46% more Mexicans and Central Americans   
The United States deported more than 154,000 Mexicans and Central Americans in the 2008 fiscal year, in a 46 percent rise on the previous year, an official statement said here Thursday. -- More than 212,000 were deported altogether, with almost three quarters from Mexico and Central America, according to the statement...

Tucson Citizen  
2 water stations named in honor of high-ranking Mexican officials    
Humane Borders celebrated International Migrants Day Thursday by naming two water stations in the desert for high-ranking Mexican human rights officials in a morning ceremony. -- Jose Luis Soberanes Fernandez, president of Mexico's National Human Rights Commission, filled the water tanks at the station named after him...

KPHO-TV -- Phoenix   
Pair convicted of drop house charges   
A jury has found two men guilty of kidnapping, extortion, aggravated assault and human smuggling after a victim led police to a drop house. -- Alfonso Lopez-Millan, 51, and Efrin Osuna-Chavez, 42, were convicted of three counts of kidnapping, three counts of extortion, one count of aggravated assault and one count of human smuggling..

American Border Patrol    
Fence progress report    
American Border Patrol reports that a preliminary analysis of its most recent aerial surveys of the border shows that there are approximately 245 miles of fencing in place along the Mexican border...

IMF warns of economic riots, police ready for civil unrest   
Pentagon resources and U.S. troops may be used if needed to quell protests and bank runs during an economic crisis, the U.S. Army War College's Strategic Institute reported. -- "Widespread civil violence inside the United States would force the defense establishment to reorient priorities in extremis to defend basic domestic order and human security," the War College study states.

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson  
Feds: Mexican tried to smuggle heroin taped to butt    
A Mexican national was indicted Wednesday on federal charges of heroin possession with the intent to distribute. -- Julio Cesar Montiel-Posada, 18, was caught Nov. 30 trying to pass through the Deconcini Port of Entry in Nogales with approximately 1.28 kilograms of heroin — nearly 3 pounds — taped to his buttocks...

Federation for American Immigration Reform   
FAIR statement on Obama's selection of Solis for Labor Secretary   
President-elect Obama's selection of a labor secretary [Hilda Solis] who has steadfastly opposed protecting American workers from the impact of millions of illegal aliens in our labor force is yet another blow to hard-working families who desperately need those jobs...

Raleigh News & Observer   
Two illegals admit North Carolina brothel murders   
A pair of Honduran brothers admitted Wednesday they killed two people by shooting them execution-style during the robbery of a brothel in Southeast Raleigh. -- Elvin and Rony Martinez were given identical sentences: 38 to 49 years in state prison. Both illegal [aliens], they'll face deportation after that, when both men will likely be in their 60s...

Contra Costa Times -- Walnut Creek, Calif.   
Baca targeted by protesting Minutemen   
San Bernardino -- Members of the Minuteman Project on Thursday protested in front of Rep. Joe Baca's district office, urging the Democratic congressman to oppose a path to citizenship for illegal [aliens]. -- A small group carried "No Amnesty" and "No Guest Worker Program" signs and waved American flags during the protest at E and Second streets...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Today's NAFBPO update from south of the border   
...“Mexican society is currently involved in a spiral of violence in which lawlessness and crime exhibit cruel extremes. But we are also living in a country where exclusion, abuse, corruption, impunity and discrimination become more pronounced. We live in an unjust society.”

Wall Street Journal  
More California towns face bankruptcy    
Rio Vista, Calif. -- California may soon have more bankrupt towns on its hands. -- The city of Vallejo, Calif., gained national attention earlier this year by filing for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection. Now, two neighbors are fighting to avoid the same fate, as the state's economic crisis spreads... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

American Border Patrol    
Border Fence Survey Report    
The U.S.-Mexico border has been under private aerial surveillance for the past two years. Every sixty days a specially equipped aircraft has flown along the border from Texas to the Pacific Ocean, documenting the construction of the border fence and vehicle barriers...

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson   
Fort Huachuca restricts travel to Mexico   
Rising drug violence in Mexico's border region has prompted Southern Arizona's largest military installation to issue new restrictions on troop travel and a warning to military families and civilian staffers to stay away. -- As of Tuesday, nearly 7,000 troops at Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista must get prior approval from the Army post's top brass to cross the border...

Devvy Kidd -- NewsWithViews.com   
Imposter President Obama: Victory will be short-lived   
Everyday my mail box is filled with requests to investigate corruption at all levels of government. It's regrettable that so much time and effort has to be directed in exposing Barack Hussein Obama aka Barry Soetoro, aka Barry Obama, aka Barack Dunham, aka Barry Dunham as a fraud, but it must be done...

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