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Sunday, May 10, 2009

The People vs. The Powerful
Lies and Distortions Do Not Silence Their Voice
American Patrol Report -- May 10  
   Reflecting on Gov. Schwarzenegger's fall from grace, the L.A. Times claims that Gray Davis was recalled because of the economy and that Pete Wilson fell from grace because of his stand on Proposition 187.
    The fact is that illegal immigration was the main issue behind these California stories. Pete Wilson was reelected on the coattails of Proposition 187, the voter-passed measure to halt funding for illegal aliens.
    On September 5, 2003, Gray Davis signed a bill granting driver's licenses to illegal aliens. While the media tried to downplay its importance, illegal immigration and the driver's license issue were key behind-the-scenes factors in the recall campaign. Schwarzenegger promised to repeal the license bill if Davis was recalled. He was and he did.
    The web of lies and deceit grows larger with each election. The only time the truth is known is when the people get a chance to speak as when the Senate tried to push through amnesty in 2007.
    On May 19 Californians will once again see through the lies and distortions and reject attempts by the power-elite to take their money for illegals.

U. S. Customs and Border Protection            sc       
Border Patrol exposes smuggler's hidden stash   
Thursday, Border Patrol agents from the Casa Grande [Az.] Station discovered an abandoned vehicle concealed by a custom camouflaged cover near Cockleburr, Arizona. The vehicle contained over 1,900 pounds of marijuana...

LCL Report       
Amazing Insight: Cartoon predicts the future 50 years ago   
This Cartoon predicts the future 50 years ago. This could have been made yesterday! You have to watch this!

The Citizen -- Fayetteville, Georgia   
Bill aims to strip Americans of all Second Amendment rights   
A sinister bill working its way through the House may eventually serve as a companion piece to the DHS's "Rightwing Extremist" report that labels veterans and advocates of the Second Amendment as dangerous terrorists — H.R. 2159, The Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act of 2009... [See Gun Grabber Watch]

Vail Daily   
Third conviction enough to send illegal alien to prison   
Glenwood Springs, Colo. -- An Hispanic man living in Carbondale illegally for over a decade was sentenced to prison and faces possible deportation for assaulting another man and giving a false name to authorities. -- Jesus Mendoza-Soriano, 37, pleaded guilty to one count of criminal impersonation, a felony, and third-degree assault on April 2... [See Crime Watch]

California Progress Report   
LAO reports devastating news for California’s budget   
The Legislative Analyst Office (LAO) update came out Thursday morning with their May 2009 update and the news for California is bad. The bottom line is that the state is facing a cash flow problem somewhere around $17 billion by July 1. That number increases to $23 billion if the propositions fail...

Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Georgia   
California fires, budgets and the CalTanic    
A Sinking Feeling Even as the County of Santa Barbara is fighting wildfires, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is threatening to shut down scores of state fire stations if ballot measures on the May 19 special election do not pass. Seems our runaway politicians become cry babies when they can't provide their special interest pals what they demand...

Los Angeles Times   
U.S. threatens to rescind stimulus money over wage cuts
The Obama administration is threatening to rescind billions of dollars in federal stimulus money if Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and state lawmakers do not restore wage cuts to unionized home healthcare workers approved in February as part of the budget. --- The SEIU said in a statement that it had asked the Obama administration for the ruling... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]   

San Francisco Business Times   
State's budget deficit grows to $20.5B   
California’s budget shortfall grew last month, according to figures released Friday by Controller John Chiang. -- The state’s cash deficit grew to $20.5 billion on April 30. California started the fiscal year on July 1, 2008, with a deficit of $1.45 billion.... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

Betty Freauf -- NewsWithViews.com -- Merlin, Oregon   
Reinventing government with democracy   
...[T]he elite globalists under the radar have been building the North American Union moving America into New World Order law by law, Executive Order by Executive Order. Strobe Talbot, Obama's adviser... longs for the day when "Nationhood" will be obsolete and all nations will recognize a single, global authority..."

El Paso Times   
More Obama BS: No changes to NAFTA planned   
The White House is reviewing the North American Free Trade Agreement, but there is no indication yet that it or parts of it will be renegotiated, said Kent Shigetomi, an U.S. trade official, at the University of Texas at El Paso. -- The U.S. government is not shrinking back from trade, because "the truth is, we need to expand trade to grow our economy..."

KGET-TV -- Bakersfield, Calif.   
Federal agents bust counterfeit document ring    
Investigators say they raided a home in southwest Bakersfield and busted a counterfeit document operation. One man faces felony charges but investigators also arrested three other people for being in the country illegally. -- Agents say they are seeing a growing number of these cases in Kern County...

Next step? No guns allowed for right-wing 'extremists'   
A new gun law being considered in Congress, if aligned with DHS memos labeling everyday Americans as potential "threats," could potentially deny firearms to pro-lifers, gun-rights advocates, tax protesters, animal rights activists, and a host of others – any already on the expansive DHS watch list for potential "extremism." [See Gun Grabber Watch]

The Columbian -- Vancouver, Wash.   
Racial lines tested in California House race   
...["One Bill Gil"] Cedillo has the support of the political arm of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, which is eager to keep the seat in Hispanic hands. -- For Hispanics, "a lot of our needs have not been met," said Rep. Joe Baca, a Democrat and caucus member who represents a neighboring district. "It's a Hispanic seat. We should not lose that seat." [It's a Hispanic seat?]

Joe Guzzardi -- VDare.com   
Joe still predicts there will be no amnesty    
For weeks now, I’ve had this nagging intuition that President Barack Obama just isn’t really into what’s come to be known as comprehensive immigration reform. -- I can’t point to anything concrete. But I do see a lot of clues that, if you put them together, indicate that, both from a personal and professional perspective, Obama has concluded that amnesty is a loser...

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