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Saturday, April 10, 2010

Border Fence or Not
Krentz Killing Raises Questions
KTVK-TV -- Phoenix -- April 9  
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Glenn Spencer speaks with KTVK reporter Harrington.
Border security a sensitive subject following rancher's murder
Unidentified woman rancher: No more fence. No more building stuff. Better equipment and better radios that can talk to each other.
Reporter Kristine Harrington: South of Sierra Vista, this landowner and founder of American Border Patrol, disagrees. He says these tall steel sections are the answer.
Glenn Spencer: Yes, you might have a rancher here and there who doesn't want the fence, but the American people do. The Congress of the United States has to look out - not for one rancher - but for three hundred million people.
Harrington: Yet the border fence is far from complete. Its patchwork style covers about 620 miles of the more than 2,000 mile-long border, and most of it is covered with vehicle barriers like this - or the wildlife friendly picket-fence style like this. In fact, only about sixty miles has steel fences like this.
Glenn Spencer: This is a barrier that works. This has stopped all of the traffic here.
Harrington: Glenn Spencer believes this sort of fence would have saved Robert Krentz.
Spencer: There is no question in my mind that if they had this kind of fencing out there where they have that vehicle barrier, he would be alive today.
Harrington: After all, it is this kind of fence (pointing to vehicle barrier) Krentz's killer cleared to escape to Mexico.

KPHO-TV -- Phoenix            sc 
Not all House Republicans sold on anti-illegal alien bill    
There could be a few road blocks for proposed immigration enforcement legislation once expected to be on the fast track to the governor's desk. -- Senate bill 1070 has already passed the Senate and two committees in the House. It is ready to go to the floor for debate but has not yet been put on the agenda...

Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas     
Bilderberg to prolong global financial recession for another year    
The Bilderberg Group will meet this year in Spain and continue to advance their agenda for world economic governance while agreeing to prolong the global financial recession for another year, according to Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker, who has discovered through his routinely accurate inside sources that the conference will take place from June 3-6...

San Bernardino County (Calif.) Sun     
Possible illegals accused of molesting, imprisoning teen runaway   
...Authorities say the girl went to the liquor store after running away and met Edgar Colores Rodriguez, 28, and Librado Fajardo, 37, who offered to lend her their telephone so she could call someone to come get her. But once the trio arrived at a home in the 16000 block of Tracy Street, the men allegedly held her captive and molested her... [More of Obama's pet fiends

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson     
Bill would put border volunteers in Cochise County to watch the border  
A new measure introduced by State Sen. Al Melvin would give Cochise County $200,000 to send "a volunteer security force to the United States-Mexico border." -- Melvin, a Tucson Republican, introduced the bill, which would also establish a "border security commission" as part of a strike-all amendment...

Rasmussen Reports   
Latest Obama approval rating    
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Saturday shows that 29% of the nation's voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as President. Forty-two percent (42%) Strongly Disapprove giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -13...

Las Vegas Review-Journal    
Organizers expect 10,000 at pro-amnesty tantrum   
...The event will be from noon to 3 p.m. in front of the Lloyd George U.S. Courthouse, 333 Las Vegas Blvd. South. Las Vegas Boulevard will be closed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Clark to Bridger avenues for the 10,000 or more people whom rally organizers expect at the event... [See Amnesty Watch]

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas     
Mexican cartels using IEDs   
Austin -- The Mexican military seized improvised explosive devices just miles from the Valley. The IEDs (or roadside bombs) are the same weapons terrorists use in the Middle East. -- The homemade explosives can be sophisticated or crude. They're often deadly. They've killed troops in Iraq and Afghanistan...

Mark Hemingway -- Washington Examiner    
SEIU starts third party in North Carolina   
Apparently statewide Democrats aren't sufficiently pro-union in North Carolina. So the nation's most politically influential union has decided to start a third party to run their own candidates in the state. It's also being done to punish moderate Democrats that voted against health care....

The State -- Columbia, SC    
Immigration audits loom for small businesses   
State officials expect the number of companies cited for violating the state's immigration laws will rise when audits of small businesses begin in July. -- Those audits will focus on businesses that traditionally hire foreign workers, meaning landscapers, hotels, restaurants, golf courses and construction companies...

John A. Curr III -- The Buffalo (NY) News     
Schumer's amnesty scheme violates basic American principles   
U. S. Sen. Charles Schumer's leadership on fixing the nation's broken immigration system is commendable, but his plan would violate core American values of privacy and liberty. President Obama, Congress and New Yorkers ought to reject it... [See Amnesty Watch]

Reuters     
Drug gang hangs two from bridge near Mexico City   
Suspected drug hitmen hung the bodies of two men off a major bridge on Friday in a weekend get-away near Mexico City in the latest brazen act of drug violence near the capital. -- The two men were found stripped to the waist and hung by the neck from the bridge near a shopping mall early Friday morning in Cuernavaca...

Politico     
CBO chief says debt 'unsustainable'   
The nation's fiscal path is "unsustainable," and the problem "cannot be solved through minor tinkering," the head of the Congressional Budget Office said Thursday morning. -- Doug Elmendorf, best known for arbitrating the costs of various health care proposals, added his voice to a growing chorus of economic experts...

KIRO Radio -- Seattle     
Thousands to attend Seattle pro-amnesty tantrum   
Thousands of people in Seattle hope to draw attention this weekend to something they say has been overshadowed by health care reform. -- Immigration reform was a key issue during President Obama's campaign, but advocates like 'OneAmerica's' founder... [See Amnesty Watch]

Patrick Roberts -- Irish Central -- New York     
More carping over the term "anchor babies"   
'Anchor babies' are about to become a major issue in American politics. -- In the past few weeks alone influential columnist George Will (left) and New York State governor candidate Steve Levy have made it clear that the American children of [illegal aliens] should not be given citizenship...

MicEvHill.com -- Washington     
Open-borders fanatic Gutierrez outraged that law is being enforced   
Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), Chairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Immigration Task Force, has expressed astonishment, disappointment, and unequivocal condemnation of the Obama Administration's immigration enforcement practices, and he has demanded an immediate meeting with... Janet Napolitano... [See Amnesty Watch]

Huffington Post     
Obama's Shortlist For Supreme Court: Napolitano added   
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is now being added to President Obama's shortlist as David Souter's replacement on the Supreme Court, according to MSNBC. -- Before her Obama appointment, Napolitano served as governor of Arizona, as well as Arizona attorney general...

The Daily Times -- Salisbury, Md.     
Law firm files class-action suit alleging immigration violations   
Perdue Farms plant managers and human resources personnel are the target of a class-action lawsuit alleging that the poultry giant knowingly hired illegal aliens, depressing wages for hourly workers in its processing facilities...

Wall Street Journal             sc      
Our lawless Mexican border   
A great sadness will descend over this border town today as mourners fill the local high school gym to pay their respects to Rob Krentz. Two weeks ago, the 58-year-old rancher was shot and killed by what appears to be a drug smuggler. His death has created a tidal wave of emotion -- —Krentz was a pillar of this community where his family has ranched land here for a century...

Joe Guzzardi -- VDare.com    
Mohawk Industries settles RICO illegal aliens class action   
In a victory for all American workers who have been displaced by illegal aliens or who have had their wages depressed by cheap labor, a class of plaintiffs have reached a settlement agreement in a six-year old lawsuit that was filed in federal district court in Rome, Georgia in 2004 and heard by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2006...

Mark Levin Show     
"Obama is the closest thing to a dictator we've ever had"   
Audio clip from April 7 radio show.

Walter Moore -- Los Angeles     
L.A. City Hall budget BS and what it means   
You know the big story about how the City was supposedly going to run out of money, then Villaraigosa was going to shut it down two days per week, then they miraculously found $30 million in a sofa cushion or jacket pocket or whatever, and now everything's groovy again? It's total BS...

Mark Andrew Dwyer -- The Federal Observer     
There is an idiot in the New York Times   
So, the idiot who writes for the New York Times in not just an idiot. He is a dangerous idiot. Together with other dangerous idiots from NBC, CBS, ABC, and other "mainstream" media, they are orchestrating the largest nation wrecking in modern times. And it does not matter if it is a conspiracy or a spontaneous collaboration...

Fox News     
Kingpin's cartel winning Mexican drug war   
Cd. Juarez, Chih., Mex. -- After a two-year battle that has killed more than 5,000 people, Mexico's most powerful kingpin now controls the coveted trafficking routes through Ciudad Juarez. That conclusion by U.S. intelligence adds to evidence that Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's Sinaloa cartel is winning Mexico's drug war...

Riverside (Calif.) Press-Enterprise     
Warrants implicate murder suspect's parents   
The parents of a Hemet teenage murder suspect may have helped cover up the killing by disposing of the 17-year-old victim's body in a backyard bonfire, according to a witness statement in newly released search warrants. -- The witness said he saw Jose Campos shoot Adrian Rios in the head Nov. 15 with a .22 caliber rifle...

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