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Sunday, February 7, 2010

Mexico Condemns U.S. Border Protection
Move May Be Short-Sighted
American Patrol Report -- February 7  
Mexico to declare war if U.S. doesn't drop border defenses?

    Translation of a Mexico City news story by the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers reveals that the Mexican Senate wants President Felipe Calderon to send a message to the U.S. asking that plans to continue to protect its border against illegal immigration be dropped. ("Mexican Senate reproaches U.S. for measures against migrants")
    According to the report, Barack Obama's plan to finish part of the virtual fence displeased the Mexicans, as did his failure to cut the number of Border Patrol agents. The Mexicans say that Obama "went back on his promise he made to all Hispanic groups that supported him..." The Mexican Senate claims he is "closing the border," and is asking the Mexican president to manifest "an estrangement" because U.S. border enforcement is a violation of human rights. (This action by the Mexican Senate went unreported in the U.S.)
Short-Sighted?
    While immigration reform (amnesty) appears to be dead for this session of Congress, the border protection issue could loom large as fears that drug-related violence in Mexico could spill over into the U.S. "While I am aware Mexicans are trying to retake the Southwest, If they knew what was good for them they would applaud better border protection," said Glenn Spencer of American Border Patrol. Spencer has argued that the Mexican drug war was set off by new border fence construction and that finishing the job would give the cartels nothing to fight over.

Infowars -- Austin, Texas           sc    
Tea Party Sarah is a Neocon    
Sarah Palin delivered a speech prior to her keynote at the Republican Tea Party fest in Nashville scheduled for this weekend. In addition to touching on government spending and the bankster bailout, Palin said the underwear bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab should have been grilled before he was read his Miranda rights...

San Francisco Examiner     
Some deported illegal alien minors re-offending   
About a dozen [illegal alien juveniles] have returned to the San Francisco criminal justice system, some after committing more crimes, despite being referred to immigration officials under Mayor Gavin Newsom's policy of reporting undocumented minors to federal authorities...

Kleinheider -- Nashville Post     
Beginning of the End: Palin hijacks the Tea Party movement   
The tea party movement is dead. The one I was familiar with anyway. Judson Phillips held it down and Sarah Palin drove a stake right through its heart live last night on C-Span in front of an unsuspecting audience. -- Sarah Palin didn't give a tea party speech last night. She gave a partisan Republican address...

New York Times     
Retired officers raise questions on crime data    
More than a hundred retired New York Police Department captains and higher-ranking officers said in a survey that the intense pressure to produce annual crime reductions led some supervisors and precinct commanders to manipulate crime statistics, according to two criminologists studying the department.... [Bill Bratton is mentioned]

Wallace Watch -- Fox News        
Palin endorsing notorious RINO McCain   
Watch more in our web exclusive with Sarah Palin to find out why she's supporting her former presidential running mate Senator John McCain, who faces a serious primary challenge this year by former Arizona Congressman J.D. Hayworth. Many of you wanted to know why, since Hayworth is seen as more conservative -- so we asked her. ...

KSAZ-TV -- Phoenix     
I-10 closed near Casa Grande due to incident likely involving illegals   
Arizona DPS says that both directions of I-10 is closed at milepost 192 near Casa Grande due to a 'police situation.' -- DPS is asking that all motorists stay in the vehicles and do not approach the area where police are until the situation is resolved. -- There are unconfirmed reports of a dangerous hostage situation in a U-Haul, possibly involving illegal [aliens] and armed human smugglers... Update @ 2:58 pm PST -- U-Haul truck cleared... no illegals on board.

Khephra Maley -- Blacklisted News         sc   
Digging through Obama's closet    
Many Americans were shocked by Obama's meteoric rise to power. Although plenty of other 'relative unknowns' have made the jump from Congress or a governorship to the Oval Office, none of them were visible minorities or able to galvanize public sentiment nearly as well as Obama. Following 8 years of despotic rule by George Bush & Co...

Mark Andrew Dwyer -- Federal Observer    
"Liberal" nonsense   
After I wrote my column "Liberal non-elimination" three weeks ago, I was left with a distinctive feeling that I left the core of the subject of  "Liberalism" unaddressed. This short analysis is intended as a make up for this lack of thoroughness. -- There are so many absurdities that the "Liberals" commit...

WQAD -- Moline, Ill.     
Former Agriprocessors employee gets probation for hiring illegals   
Cedar Rapids, Ia. -- A federal judge in Cedar Rapids has sentenced a former Agriprocessors, Inc., employee to one year of probation for helping to hire illegal aliens at the kosher slaughterhouse in Postville. -- U.S. Magistrate Judge Jon Stuart Scoles imposed the sentence Friday on 31-year-old Karina Freund of Fayette...

Marshall Frank -- Right Side News - Kennesaw, Ga.     
Beware: New amnesty for illegals looming   
Watch out. As the Health Care issue fades, Immigration reform is lurking. And it does not spell good news. -- Immigration Reform is more correctly known as - "amnesty for illegals." The new proposed bill is looming as we speak. And if you think it's all about compassion, think again. There's a far more sinister motive...

Denver Post     
Tancredo blasted for poll test idea   
Former congressman Tom Tancredo took heat Friday for remarks at the national Tea Party convention that critics viewed as calling for a return to Jim Crow laws. -- But Tancredo said he wasn't targeting a specific group when he suggested in Nashville there should be a "civics-literacy" test before someone could vote...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner     
Illegals filing lawsuits... and getting rich off of the American people    
On April 17, 2009, the Orange County Board of Supervisors agreed to pay $3.75 million, plus an additional $900,000 in medical expenses to an illegal alien who was severely beaten by other inmates in the Orange County Central Jail. The Mexican national filed a lawsuit shortly after the incident. -- Fernando Ramirez, 24, was in jail after being charged with molesting a 6-year-old girl at a local park...

Paul Craig Roberts -- Baltimore Chronicle & Sentinel     
The free market fetish   
Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan answered that he had placed his trust in a flawed theory when he was called before Congress to explain why he, Goldman Sachs Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and Deputy Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, prevented Brooksley Born, head of the Commodity Futures Trading Corporation...

Vin Suprynowicz -- Las Vegas Review-Journal      
Exposing the 'secure our borders' lie   
President Barack Obama said some interesting things in his Jan. 27 State of the Union address. They're interesting not so much because they're lies, but because the political class -- the kind of people who field lobbyists in Washington and file lawsuits for the ACLU and edit major American newspapers...

New York Times     
Palin assails Obama at Tea Party meeting   
Nashville -- As Sarah Palin left the stage at the inaugural National Tea Party Convention here Saturday night, the crowd erupted into chants of "Run Sarah Run!" -- "I think you like her!" said Judson Phillips, the chief organizer of the convention, when the ovation finally stopped and people had stepped down from the chairs where they had been standing and waving flags...

Ed Wallace -- Business Week     
Is global warming a "crock of s*%t?"   
"Global warming is a crock of s*%t!" -- When Bob Lutz, vice-chairman of General Motors, said this in February 2008, it immediately became the most widely distributed quote regarding global warming on the Internet. After all, this was one of the major power players in the automobile industry...

Glenn Spencer -- American Border Patrol     
Loving Sarah   
Reports of Sarah Palin's speech at the Tea Party convention found little in the way of the biting criticism she faced during the presidential campaign. -- Even her comment about divine intervention possibly saving America, usually raw meet for liberals, went mostly untouched. Why? Captured by the Neocons, Sarah Palin is soft on the border and illegal immigration and the libs love it.

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