Thursday, December 10, 2009
Workers of the World Unite!
Beck exposes Obama's Communist labor movement
|American Patrol Report Comment -- December 10
Last night's opening segment of the Glenn Beck show is must viewing for all Americans. In it, Beck reveals Secretary of Labor Solis' plan to completely overhaul regulations dealing with labor in the United States. He then exposes the Communist philosophy behind the Service Employees International Union, closely tied to Solis.
Anyone who watches this segment and doesn't understand that Hilda Solis and Barack Obama represent a real and present threat to the people of the United States has an IQ in the single digits or is a Communist. The same applies to those who don't make the connection between illegal immigration from Mexico and the socialist / communist movement.
When American Patrol's then parent, Voice of Citizens Together, held an anti-illegal immigration rally in Los Angles in 1996 it was the communist Progressive Labor Party that led the attack.
After the attack, Glenn Spencer, head of American Patrol held a news conference calling for a congressional hearing into the subversive groups behind the assault.
Now, thirteen years later, the reality of this movement is beginning to sink in. Let us hope it is not too late.
|Associated Press sc
Governor of New York says state is out of cash
Albany -- Gov. David Paterson said Wednesday that New York has run out of cash and he's directing budget officials to reduce state aid payments to schools, local governments and nonprofit service providers until things improve...
|Center for Immigration Studies
Daily news from CIS
Last Thursday, Referendum 71 went into effect. With that, Washington became the first state in the nation to establish new rights for gay and lesbian couples by a vote of the people. R-71, which passed in November, affirmed legislation passed earlier this year in Olympia, giving registered domestic partners...
|D.A. King -- The Dustin Inman Society
Education on little known anti-enforcement group
Below, my Sunday letter to the AJC containing background information and questions on coverage of local immigration law enforcement, (287(g), the ACLU and complete, fair and balanced news coverage. -- IF you are not fully aware of a Georgia tax-exempt, non-profit group of Georgia luminaries called Georgia Appleseed...
|Ross Kaminsky -- Human Events
Obama's jobs math doesn't add up
Surrounding these words in his Tuesday 'jobs speech' at the Brookings Institution, President Barack Obama offered an outline of plans to further involve government in the economy at the cost of billions of dollars to the American taxpayer...
|Rocky Mountain Right -- Denver
Villafuerte still bogging down Ritter
Despite this story being the nail in Bob Beauprez's coffin in 2006, the Villafuerete-Voorhis saga is showing some remarkable staying power. The Denver Post reports today that the issue just isn't going away in Stephanie Villafuerte's U.S. Attorney appointment...
Dems to lift debt ceiling by $1.8 trillion, fear 2010 backlash
In a bold but risky year-end strategy, Democrats are preparing to raise the federal debt ceiling by as much as $1.8 trillion before New Year's rather than have to face the issue again prior to the 2010 elections. -- "We've incurred this debt. We have to pay our bills," House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told Politico Wednesday...
|Rabbi Nachum Shifren -- NewsWithViews.com sc
America's last war
...No limit to how we're destroying the world (never mind how our young soldiers are trying to save the world in some desolate hole where life isn't worth a plug nickel). We never get enough about how the Southwest U.S. is actually Mexico, and how the "reconquista" (the Hispanic re-conquering of America) will throw us back to Europe where we belong....
Congress slashes subsidy for jailing illegal aliens
California and other financially strapped states will lose tens of millions of federal dollars that they spend to jail illegal [aliens] charged with crimes, under Congress' latest spending bill. -- The $1.1 trillion plan, finalized by House and Senate negotiators Tuesday night...
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border
Various analysts agreed that Mexican drug cartels challenge officials openly with armed activities more proper for a private army than those by a traditional drug trafficking organization. Last Friday in Nuevo Leon, twelve hired killers and two civilians died in a confrontation between criminals and the Mexican Army in broad daylight on the streets...
|Don Surber -- Charleston (W. Va.) Daily Mail
Even some Democrats want Barack Hussein Obama impeached
Public Policy Polling, the liberal polling service, asked 1,253 registered voters: "Do you support the impeachment of President Obama for his actions in office so far?" -- 20% said yes. Among Democrats, 10% said yes. -- Even more incredibly, 5% of those who voted for Obama want him impeached... [See this feature]
Brits accused of pressuring scientists to sign climate-change letter
The Met Office has embarked on an urgent exercise to bolster the reputation of climate-change science after the furore over stolen e-mails. -- More than 1,700 scientists have agreed to sign a statement defending the "professional integrity" of global warming research....
|Lakeland (Fla.) Ledger
Mexican teen suspect's immigration status eluded feds
Through nine arrests, no one questioned whether 14-year-old Noel Cruz-Diego was in the U.S. legally until he was charged with burglary, robbery and stabbing a Lakeland man 43 times last month. -- Juvenile arrest reports obtained by The Ledger this week detail charges against him during 2 1/2 years and show... [See Crime Watch]
|Pocono Record -- Stroudsburg, Pa.
Barletta will try again to kick Kanjorski out of Congress
Hazleton Mayor Lou Barletta has announced a third run for the 11th Congressional District seat held by Democrat Paul Kanjorski. -- The announcement came in a five-minute video on his Web site which attributed Barletta's narrow 2008 loss to the "coattails" of Barack Obama's presidential election...
|Boulder (Colo.) Daily Camera
Illegal Mexican alien convicted of 2 felonies, gets slap on wrist
A Longmont woman who came to Colorado from Mexico in 2000, graduated from Fairview High in 2001 and was working two jobs under a false social security number was found guilty Tuesday of two felonies. -- Estrella Jaquez-Quiroz, 26, was sentenced to 90 days of probation.... [See Crime Watch]
Another Outrage: Napolitano calls for amnesty at Senate hearing
"...We must seize this moment to build a truly effective immigration system that deters illegal immigration, provides effective and enduring enforcement tools, protects workers from exploitation and retaliation, and creates a tough but fair path to legalization for the millions of illegal immigrants already here [read: amnesty]," Secretary Napolitano said. [See Amnesty Watch]
|Kimberly Dvorak -- The Examiner
Breakdowns at U.S. Port of Entry continue
President Obama campaigned on change, giving Border States hope with the appointment of Arizona's Janet Napolitano to Secretary of Department of Homeland Security, however this is where the hope and change ended and business as usual persisted...
|Redlands (Calif.) Daily Facts
Report blasts Obama's record on immigration
The Obama Administration has failed in its efforts to secure the border and enforce immigration laws, an anti-illegal immigration group said in a report released Wednesday. -- The Federation for American Immigration Reform, a Washington D.C.-based group, says the administration "has systemically dismantled" immigration enforcement since the beginning of the year...
Corruption Watch: House Dems vote to "re-fund" ACORN
It was only one week ago that new stunning revelations came out about the Democratic Party's favorite criminal enterprise also known as the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN). The corruption revealed went way beyond the voter fraud, embezzlement and cover-up...
|Carl Braun -- The Examiner
Technology battle well underway on the US border with Mexico
There has been much to do recently about a cell phone based GPS application that assists illegal border crossers in evading the Border Patrol and invading the United States. In the total scheme of things though, this ill-intended technology, conceived by a radical University professor, is but a blip on the radar screen… literally...
|Westworld -- Denver
Stephanie Villafuerte nomination: A shot across the bow
In a Senate judiciary committee hearing yesterday, Senator Jeff Sessions, an Alabama Republican, quizzed Homeland Security secretary Janet Napolitano about the firing of ICE agent Cory Voorhis. -- But is Sessions, who tries a variety of pronunciations of Voorhis' name without coming close to the correct one...
|Center for Immigration Studies
Daily news from CIS
Islamabad, Pakistan (AP) -- Pakistani police say they have detained five U.S. citizens in a raid on a house in the east of the country. -- Police officer Tahir Gujjar declined to say why the men were arrested Wednesday in the town of Sargodha...
|American Patrol Report
American Patrol Alert
Yesterday, Chris Simcox appeared on Fox News and said that he had been fighting the border problem longer than anyone. It was also said that he came up with the idea of UAVs on the border "ten years ago." Tomorrow the American Patrol Report will analyze these claims.
McCain, Coburn antsy over stimulus 'waste'
Republican senators said Tuesday the nearly $1 million in stimulus money being spent to study the division of labor among ants and the $400,000 spent to catalog Buffalo, N.Y., residents' drinking and drug habits are proof that President Obama's $787 billion economic recovery program is filled with waste...
Using fake documents to get a valid U.S. passport
I missed this story: Since 2007, the U.S. State Department has been issuing high-tech "e-passports," which contain computer chips carrying biometric data to prevent forgery. Unfortunately, according to a March report from the Government Accountability Office...