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Friday, November 13, 2009

Obama-Speak
Political Correctness Puts U.S. in Danger 
Washington Times Editorial -- November 14

Running away from terrorism
The White House can't handle the truth
    The Fort Hood, Texas, massacre was the worst domestic terrorist incident since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, but the government refuses to admit it. The latest act of denial is procedural. The accused shooter, Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, reportedly has been charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder under Article 118 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which does not provide for a charge related to terrorism. Officially, this was not a terror attack, but nonpolitical murder.
    The primary distinguishing characteristic between murder and terrorism is motive. The Code of Federal Regulations defines terrorism as "the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives." We know enough about Maj. Hasan's background, worldview and political orientation to make an informed judgment about his motives. He was a jihadist seeking martyrdom who was trying to take down as many "infidels" as he could in the process. [...]
    The Fort Hood massacre was a domestic terrorist attack by a jihadist radical. Fleeing from that fact places the country in greater danger and inspires other domestic terrorists to try to make the point more definitively.
Video Watch O'Reilly Expose Media Bias: Goldberg / Time Mag. / Graham

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         sc       
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
A week ago, in Mexicali, Baja Calif., two federal police officials were murdered and a third one was wounded. Three armed men who carried out the attack have now been detained. All three turned out to be officers of the 'Ministerial Federal Police' of Mexico....

Patrick J. Buchanan -- VDare.com     
James K. Polk and our just war against Mexico   
As America debates whether to send tens of thousands more troops to Afghanistan, in the ninth year of a war for ends we cannot discern, a riveting new history recalls times when Americans fought for vital national interests...

Center for Immigration Studies        
Daily news from CIS   
Members of the Grassroots Rally Team of Ohio will gather in Painesville Saturday to bring attention to what they feel will be the next big national issue, immigration reform. -- Arzella Melnyk, a spokeswoman for the group, said the team will join with Tea Party Patriots of Cleveland and Geauga County to hold a Tea Party Against Amnesty for Illegal Immigration on the Painesville City Square...

Investor's Business Daily     
Ongoing Obama Disaster: Clueless Summit    
Next month's "Jobs Summit" at the White House promises to feature a lot of posing and preening by Washington politicians. Unfortunately, despite lots of photo ops, it's not likely to result in many jobs. -- Something's wrong when the government of the most prolific job-creating economy in history has to schedule a "summit" to decide how to create jobs... [See Obama Watch]

Frank Salvato -- Family Security Matters       sc   
Confronting the spin on the Fort Hood massacre   
It is sad and disturbing commentary on the state of American culture when the facts surrounding an event, such as the slaughter that took place at Fort Hood, can not only be manipulated to facilitate a political ideology but blatantly ignored in the pursuit of a political agenda...

Westworld -- Denver     
Dick Wadhams on Tom Tancredo's impending run for governor   
Yesterday, Tom Tancredo confirmed his plans to run for governor now that state senator Josh Penry has dropped out of the race. That throws a kink into frontrunner Scott McInnis' dream of a united party -- united behind him, anyhow. -- Dick Wadhams, chairman of the Colorado Republican Party, claims to be uninterested in throwing himself on the tracks...

Michael Cutler -- Family Security Matters     
Americans WILL do the jobs that illegal aliens do   
This article about 1,200 illegal aliens being fired in Minnesota is important to consider for a number of reasons. -- First of all, it is clear that illegal aliens are, indeed, doing the work Americans and lawful immigrants very much want to do. When these 1,200 illegal aliens were fired as a result of a field investigation...

Politico     
Tom Tancredo's comeback   
Lou Dobbs may be out of a job at CNN, but the anti-illegal immigration banner looks like it will continue to be carried in politics by former Colorado congressman Tom Tancredo, who is preparing to run for governor of his home state...

Las Vegas Review-Journal     
ACLU urges UNR to let controversial illegal immigration opponent appear   
The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada sent a letter today to the president of the University of Nevada, Reno and the director of a student organization urging them to let a controversial opponent of illegal immigration appear at a forum being held next week on the campus...

Coming Up
NOVEMBER 14

Iowa Independent    
First Rubashkin trial ends with 86 guilty verdicts   
A jury in Sioux Falls, S.D., returned to the courtroom late Thursday afternoon and delivered judgment on former Agriprocessors manager Sholom M. Rubashkin: Guilty on 86 of 91 possible counts. -- Rubashkin, who is the 50-year-old son of Agriprocessors founder and president A. Aaron Rubashkin, was convicted...

New York Times        
Obama to begin amnesty push during deep recession   
The Obama administration will insist on measures to give legal status to an estimated 12 million illegal [aliens] as it pushes early next year for legislation to overhaul the immigration system, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said on Friday... [Watch Napolitano's disturbing performance] [See Amnesty Watch] [Note on this event]

TPM Media     
Obama's radical AG to try 9/11 terror suspects in civilian court in N.Y.   
At a press conference this morning, Attorney General Eric Holder said he hoped Washington would "leave the politics out of it" when considering his decision to transfer five suspected 9/11 conspirators from the detention center in Guantanamo Bay to New York City for trial in federal court... [Related Poll] [Video: Rep. Pete King denounces Obama administration decision] [See Obama Watch]

Contra Costa Times -- Walnut Creek, Calif.     
Marin effort gearing up to assure that 2010 census counts everyone   
..."I think they should be asking if they're American citizens, just so they can get a handle on the real number of illegal aliens in the country," said Rick Oltman of Novato, national media director for Californians for Population Stabilization and a member of the Novato-based Citizens for Legal Employment and Contracting...

KGTV -- San Diego     
Outrageous!: ACLU says it's our fault some illegals die breaking into the country   
San Diego -- A new report shows the number people dying at the U.S.-Mexico border is increasing because of the U.S.'s border policy. -- According to the report, more than 5,000 people in the past 15 years have died while trying to get into the U.S. anywhere between Texas and California... [See ACLU watch]

KGO-TV -- San Francisco     
US attorney issues warning over sanctuary law   
San Francisco's newest effort to protect illegal [aliens] from deportation could land some city officials in jail. That is the warning from the U.S. attorney about the city's new sanctuary law for minors arrested for a felony. -- The city's controversial sanctuary law amendment takes effect four weeks from now. On Thursday, ABC7 spoke with the U.S. attorney...

Joseph Farah -- WorldNetDaily.com    
Lou Dobbs, real newsman   
The departure of Lou Dobbs from CNN after 30 years leaves the network in a state of programming irrelevancy. -- For years there has been just one reason to tune in to CNN. His name was Lou Dobbs. -- What makes Lou Dobbs so special is his independence and fearlessness. Dobbs clearly set his own agenda...

LatinaLista.net     
Crackpot NJ Mayor: It makes sense to grant citizenship to illegals   
Michael Wildes serves as mayor of Englewood, New Jersey. In addition, he is an immigration lawyer and a former federal prosecutor. --- With his years of experience interacting and representing immigrants, Wildes makes an argument for his most difficult case yet -- convincing the American public that [illegal aliens.... criminals] deserve to be granted U.S. citizenship.

American Border Patrol       
Napolitano wrong about the fence    
In her address to the Center for American Progress, DHS Secretary Napolitano said, "We have built 600 miles of border fence." -- There is a problem here. Much of what Napolitano is calling a fence isn't a fence at all... [Note on this event]

WFAA-TV -- Dallas     
Feds move to seize 4 mosques, skyscraper   
Federal prosecutors are taking steps to seize four U.S. mosques and a New York City skyscraper owned by a nonprofit Muslim organization. -- The organization -- called the Alavi Foundation -- has long been suspected of being under Iranian government control...

Department of Homeland Security    
Napolitano's pro-amnesty speech at radical Left-wing 'think tank'   
Thank you to John Podesta for that warm introduction. John is a good friend of mine, and I admire the work he's done here at the Center for American Progress to advance the national debate on a range of important issues. John and I have worked together extensively, and I look forward to his continued partnership...

Washington Post     
DC police to join federal immigration program   
District of Columbia police will be the next department to join a federal program whose ultimate aim is to check the immigration status of every person booked into a local jail, Homeland Security officials announced Thursday...

Roger Hedgecock -- Human Events      
None dare call it jihad   
peaking at the memorial service for the victims, President Obama said the motivation of the Ft. Hood killer is "incomprehensible." In a speech in the Middle East, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano reacts to the massacre by warning against an "anti-Muslim" backlash. General Casey echoes this concern, worrying that the massacre might harm "diversity" in the Army...

Numbers USA        
Report shows positive impact of border fence on ecosystems   
Roy Beck further explains a new report that discusses the positive impact the border fence has had on the area's ecosystems...

Associated Press     
Napolitano: Border more secure, but amnesty needed "for better enforcement"   
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says many of the benchmarks Congress set in 2007 for border security have been met. -- Napolitano told the liberal think tank Center for American Progress that improved border security and tougher enforcement make attaining immigration reform [read: amnesty] possible... [Note on this event]

Michelle Malkin -- VDare.com     
Another bogus ACORN lawsuit   
ACORN is doing what it does best: playing the victim, blaming everyone else for its self-inflicted wounds, perpetuating false narratives and defending the entitlement industry to the death. -- On Thursday, the disgraced welfare rights organization filed suit over a congressional funding ban passed in September...

Washington Post    
Initially waved off, ethnic hustlers jump into health debate   
After trying to carefully balance their interests in health-care reform and immigration, the nation's Hispanic lawmakers and largest advocacy groups are scrambling to develop a strategy to counter what they see as efforts to shortchange immigrants in health bills on Capitol Hill...

Frederick (Md.) News-Post     
Sheriff to respond to ethnic-hustlers' lawsuit   
Frederick County Sheriff Chuck Jenkins will hold a press conference today to address questions about a lawsuit filed by a woman who alleges her civil rights were violated when deputies arrested her on suspicion of an immigration violation... [See CASA Watch]

Center for Immigration Studies     
New studies examine crime among immigrants, local enforcement efforts   
The Center for Immigration Studies will hold a panel discussion to explore the issue of immigration and crime. The Center will be releasing an extensive new report examining immigrant criminality overall. The findings of the report, "Immigration and Crime: Assessing a Conflicted Issue," show that recent government data...

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