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Friday, June 5, 2009

Border Terror Nonsense
Exploiting Border Weakness to Target White Conservatives
Washington Times -- June 2  
Al Qaeda eyes bio attack from Mexico
    U.S. counterterrorism officials have authenticated a video by an al Qaeda recruiter threatening to smuggle a biological weapon into the United States via tunnels under the Mexico border, the latest sign of the terrorist group's determination to stage another mass-casualty attack on the U.S. homeland.
    The video aired earlier this year as a recruitment tool makes clear that al Qaeda is looking to exploit weaknesses in U.S. border security and also is willing to ally itself with white militia groups or other anti-government entities interested in carrying out an attack inside the United States, according to counterterrorism officials interviewed by The Washington Times...
Red DotAmerican Patrol Report comment: This is complete nonsense. If Al Qaeda wanted allies to help in an attack on the U.S. from Mexico, Mexican drug gangs are the perfect choice. These gangs probably hate Americans and have huge networks of gang members who can "swim" in the illegal alien community. The idea that a White militia group would want to kill thousands of Americans (mostly White) is absurd. Could it be that this entire story is a fabrication of the SPLC to justify Napolitano's attack on White conservatives?

Jerry Mazza -- Online Journal -- Silver Springs, Fla.        sc       
Bilderberger treason goes unpunished!   
It is ironic, as Daniel Estulin points out, that America's fledgling democracy established the Logan act in 1799 to protect itself from Americans fostering foreign associations to intrude in our affairs. Named after Dr. George Logan, a pro Republican and prescient Quaker from Pennsylvania...

Phoenix New Times     
Cops not asking arrestees about immigration status   
The Arizona Republic's immigration reporter, Daniel Gonzalez, came across some interesting stats today from the Phoenix Police Department's Professional Standards Bureau that show cops aren't asking arrestees about immigration status, like they're supposed to...

Riverfront Times -- St. Louis     
8th U.S. Circuit Court to Mexican Invaders: "Adios, illegals!"   
In a ruling that could have national implications, Valley Park's controversial and long-debated ordinance prohibiting city employers from hiring illegal [illegal aliens.... criminals] was unanimously upheld today by a three-judge panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals...

Michelle Malkin     
DOJ issues statement "to protect American Muslims"   
You will be fascinated -- among other reactions -- by the latest statement issued by the Obama DOJ, issued yesterday after the president's Cairo speech. -- No, it's not a statement condemning the jihadist in Arkansas who targeted our troops or the Bronx jihadi plotters who targeted Jews, infidels, and our troops...

Associated Press     
4 ACORN ex-workers to face vote fraud trial   
Four former ACORN workers in western Pennsylvania will face trial on charges that they forged, illegally solicited or illegally filled out voter registration cards before the November election. -- That's after a court hearing in Pittsburgh on Friday...

Ilana Mercer -- WorldNetDaily.com    sc    
Beware of 'Absolut' libertarian lunacy   
About certain moral (and legal) matters, patriotic, freedom-loving Americans agree instinctively. For example: When brave border patrolmen Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean shot an illegal alien drug dealer in the derriere, they were defending their state, country and countrymen...

We Get E-Mail     
Fate of the Big O postal stamps   
The Postal Service created a stamp with a picture of President Obama. The stamp was not sticking to envelopes. This enraged the President, who demanded a full investigation. After a month of testing and $1.73 million...

Cliff Kinkaid -- Accuracy in Media    
Sotomayor's left-wing and racist connections   
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has flip-flopped, saying that he regrets calling Judge Sonia Sotomayor a racist. But documents submitted by Obama's Supreme Court nominee indicate that she is not above throwing around the racist label when it suits her political purposes. Sotomayor is on record as making the inflammatory claim that capital punishment...

New York Times Editorial     
Hope and worry on amnesty scheme    
This week, in Washington and cities across the nation, [illegal alien] advocates, clergy members and labor and business leaders have been meeting to press their case for comprehensive immigration reform [read: amnesty]. Hopes have been raised before and repeatedly dashed...

Lake County (Fla.) Record-Bee     
Illegal pot farm found, four illegal aliens placed under arrest   
According to a press release from Captain James Bauman, public information officer for the Lake County Sheriff's Office, on Wednesday at about 8 p.m, a deputy on routine patrol spotted a pick-up truck backing out of a wooded area off of Highway 29 south of the Konocti Conservation Camp in Lower Lake... [See Crime Watch]

Washington Post     
Sotomayor speeches woven with ethnicity   
Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor once told a group of minority lawyers that she believed a delay in her confirmation as a federal appeals judge a decade ago was driven partly by Republican lawmakers' ethnic stereotypes of her, suggesting that the tensions surrounding her current nomination are hardly new to the New York jurist...

Michelle Malkin -- VDare.com     
More race-based "justice" from the Obama administration   
The U.S. Department of Justice seal bears a Latin phrase: "Qui Pro Domina Justitia Sequitur." The motto refers to the attorney general, "who prosecutes on behalf of Lady Justice." But under President Barack Obama's politically corrupt DOJ, Lady Justice is getting the shaft...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- Lincoln (Neb.) Tribune      
Terror threat continues at US borders    
As the number of Americans who remember the horror of the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington almost eight years ago dwindles, the US borders are practically as porous as ever -- and the terrorists know it. Even while President Barack Obama is in the Middle East wooing Islamic nations, Islamofascism is taking hold in Central and South America...

Toronto Star     
'Everybody knows who really runs Mexico'   
Let's get to the question of who appears to be winning the war on illegal drugs right off the top, shall we? -- Criminals, that's who. -- They include the big honchos in the Mexican cartels (and their affiliates in the U.S., Canada and elsewhere) and politicians, business people...

San Antonio Express-News     
Salsalito under scrutiny for illegals   
A San Antonio eatery is under investigation as part of an immigration raid that netted the arrests of more than 20 alleged [illegal aliens]. -- A phone tip by a fired employee last fall to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement resulted in a probe of Salsalito Cantina...

American Border Patrol       
Photo of the day   
American Border Patrol reports that new construction along the border near San Diego will help cut smuggling, The new fence, which will run about 3 miles in very rough terrain...

El Paso Times     
Police: Drug cartel linked to El Paso killing   
A man shot and killed outside his East Side home was a mid-level member of the Juárez drug cartel, El Paso police said Wednesday afternoon. -- The unsolved homicide is the first confirmed drug cartel-related killing in El Paso since a war among drug cartels erupted in Juárez in January 2008... [See Crime Watch]

Paul Craig Roberts -- VDare.com     
Economic policymakers have created a perfect storm   
Economic news remains focused on banks and housing, while the threat mounts to the US dollar from massive federal budget deficits in fiscal years 2009 and 2010. -- Earlier this year, the dollar’s exchange value rose against currencies such as the Euro, UK pound, and Swiss franc, against which the dollar had been steadily falling...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Today's NAFBPO update from south of the border   
The Mex. army arrested the chief of traffic police of Veracruz and 48 of its agents, all suspected of participation in the kidnapping or disappearance of the federal customs administrator at Veracruz, Francisco Serrano. He was kidnapped Monday at a fake police checkpoint, a staged auto accident...

John Kass -- Chicago Tribune     
E-Verify works, so, of course, let's not use it   
With billions of your federal tax dollars gushing forth from Washington -- as part of President Barack Obama's stimulus bill to put Americans back to work -- wouldn't it be nice if someone invented a special magic faucet? -- A magic faucet to compel those federal contractors doing all the hiring with all that federal money to...

Washington Post     
Likely illegal alien landscaper pleads guilty in killing of client, 83   
A landscaper pleaded guilty yesterday in the November slaying of an 83-year-old client in Montgomery County, acknowledging in court that he conspired with his cousin to kill the woman to avoid detection in a check-altering scheme. [More 'willing worker' antics]

Californians for Population Stabilization       
SB 60, licenses for illegals, passes Senate, now in Assembly!  
The California Senate passed SB 60 by a vote of 24-15. Senator Gil Cedillo's notorious effort to give driver's licenses to illegal aliens now moves to the Assembly where the Transportation Committee will hold hearings.... 

Michelle Malkin     
The Department of Injustice   
My column today looks at the political corruption of the Obama Justice Department. With the crime-coddling crony Attorney General Eric Holder in charge, no one should be surprised, of course. Members of Congress who care about electoral integrity need to press the administration on who intervened in....

Carolina Newswire     
'Tan Klan' chair named to Southwest Border Task Force   
Andrea Bazán, president of the Triangle Community Foundation and Chair of the Board of Directors of the National Council of La Raza, has been named to the DHS' Southwest Border Taskforce. The taskforce... will crack down on illegal activities that fuel the drug war in Mexico...

FIRE Coalition        
Help needed to counter Obama's shady amnesty dirty dealing  
 On June 8, 2009, an 'Amnesty for Illegal Aliens Summit' will be held at the White House. The meeting is behind closed doors, despite the claim of a transparent government by the Obama Administration.... 

Barbara Anderson -- WEBCommentary.com     
White men need not apply   
It is not always so boldly stated, but it is being done. In examining the statements and actions of Judge Sonia Sotomayor, a pattern is emerging. In 2001, in a speech, she commented as to sex and ethnicity of a judge, saying it "may and will make a difference in our judging." And..."I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness...".

The Hill -- Washington     
Reid, La Raza promote Sotomayor together    
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and a series of prominent Hispanic leaders on Thursday presented a united show of confidence in Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor, saying Republicans are "grasping at straws" to oppose her. -- Reid spoke at a press conference with Raul Yzaguirre, founder and former president of the ['Tan Klan"]...

Numbers USA     
Jobless claims climb to 9.4%   
Jobless numbers increased again in May, reaching a 26-year high of 9.4%. The job market cut another 345,000 jobs last month, bringing the total of jobless Americans to 14.5 million. Since December 2007, more than 6 million Americans have lost their job, while the federal government has imported more than 2.5 million foreign workers...

Associated Press     
Obama's aunt might (or might not) return to Kenya   
President Barack Obama's aunt who is fighting to remain in the U.S. says she might or might not be heading to Kenya before her next deportation hearing. Such a trip could affect her immigration case. -- Zeituni Onyango has been living illegally in the U.S. for years. She told the Boston Globe on Wednesday that she would return to Kenya...

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