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Monday, April 12, 2010

A Border Challenge
Someone Should Resign -- Spencer or McCain
Glenn Spencer -- American Border -- April 12  
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John McCain and Glenn Spencer at March 31 town hall meeting
    In this report, I challenge the media to investigate John McCain's claim that inexpensive surveillance equipment solved the problem of smuggling across the Barry Goldwater bombing range near Yuma, Arizona. If they find that Senator McCain is reporting accurately, I will resign as head of American Border Patrol. If, on the other hand, they find that McCain is wrong and I am right that it was the fence that solved the problem, McCain should resign.
    The border fence not only stopped the smuggling problem at Goldwater, it set off the Mexican Drug War. If I am right about that, we might well end the war by finishing the fence. These are not trivial issues and McCain should not treat them as such. Neither should the media.
    As the killing of Rob Krentz proved, our border problems are serious. If the senior Senator from Arizona, a man who wanted to be president of the United States, is deliberately misleading people he should not pretend to represent them and I challenge him to resign immediately.
Red Dot See: A Border Challenge -- by Glenn Spencer

Los Angeles Times           sc     
Teachers agree to shorten LAUSD school year   
Los Angeles teachers union members have ratified a deal to shorten the school calendar this and next year, officials announced Saturday. -- Nearly 80% of United Teachers Los Angeles members who cast ballots approved of the deal, which could save the Los Angeles Unified School District up to $140 million... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

Center for Immigration Studies        
Latest news headlines from CIS   
Washington, DC -- Immigration reform advocates stood patiently in the background while the White House and Congress battled for a year over plans to redesign the nation's health delivery system. -- Now that healthcare reform is done, advocates have a message for President Barack Obama and federal lawmakers: No more delays...   

Rasmussen Reports    
53% oppose FCC regulation of the Internet   
Just 27% of Americans now believe the Federal Communications Commission should regulate the Internet like it does television and radio. That marks a 22-point drop in support for federal regulation of the Internet since June 2008... [See Big Brother Watch & Free Speech Watch]

WDSU-TV -- New Orleans    
LSU Study: Latino immigration creates problems in black community    
Baton Rouge, La. -- A study by an LSU sociology professor and doctoral student suggests the influx of Latino workers into a city increases unemployment and violence in the African-American community. -- The findings are published in the journal 'Social Forces.'

Associated Press     
Mexico: Cartels team up to destroy hit men gang   
Mexico, DF -- Three Mexican cartels have joined forces to destroy a gang of hit men that has grown into a feared drug trafficking outfit with reach into Central America, Mexican and U.S. officials said Monday. The shift in allegiances is fueling bloody battles along the Texas border...

Yid with the Lid               sc           
SEIU Executive VP: 'White workers are so f***ing rabidly racist"   
Immigration Reform (a.k.a. amnesty) is a key SEIU issue as it would allow the unions to add millions of members to its rolls, filling its bank accounts, while bringing its failing pension plans closer to solvency. Unfortunately for the union much of its membership is very much opposed to amnesty... [Watch this same Gerry Hudson creep lie about the Tea Party movement]

Doug McIntyre -- Los Angeles Daily News     
'MEChA-boy" Villaraigosa is making it up as he goes along   
This is yet another column about the stench coming from City Hall. Please accept my apologies but liars and incompetents are ruining America's second largest city, and I think that's important. -- Last week's public spectacle – the mayor [Villaraigosa] pretending he had the guts and authority to shut down the city two days a week when he has neither...

Ethiopian Review     
Deputies graduate following ICE 287(g) training   
Six Charleston County [SC] Sheriff's deputies and seven law enforcement officers from various departments throughout the country graduated here today following a four-week intensive 287 (g) training conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)...

USA Today     
Poll: Nearly six in 10 support health care repeal   
The number of Americans who want Congress to repeal President Obama's 10-year, $938 billion health care law is on the rise, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released today. -- According to the poll, 58% of Americans support repealing the law. That's up 4 percentage points from last week. But even opponents understand the repeal is a long-shot while Obama is in office...

Daily Beast via ABC News    
Krentz killing now a highly politicized cry for border-militarization   
...The mysterious Krentz killing, widely blamed on a faceless drug trafficker, has become a highly politicized rallying cry for border-militarization advocates, and has become central to a nasty Republican Senate primary battle between former Congressman J.D. Hayworth and Sen. John McCain, the Republican presidential candidate in 2008...

Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas     
Provocateurs openly announce plans to stage Tea Party violence   
With the establishment desperate to engender and exploit violence which will be used to demonize the Tea Party movement as an extremist mob, so-called anarchists are now openly declaring their intentions to pose as Tea Party members and stage violence in order to discredit populist grass roots organizations...

Daily Beast via ABC News    
Krentz killing now a highly politicized cry for border-militarization   
...The mysterious Krentz killing, widely blamed on a faceless drug trafficker, has become a highly politicized rallying cry for border-militarization advocates, and has become central to a nasty Republican Senate primary battle between former Congressman J.D. Hayworth and Sen. John McCain, the Republican presidential candidate in 2008...

Canadian Press          
Canadian couple travelling in Mexico terrorized by armed bandits, vehicles stolen    
A Canadian couple held up by more than a dozen armed bandits while travelling through Mexico said the frightening experience was exacerbated by facing days of bureaucratic hurdles...

Sara A. Carter -- Washington Examiner     
Feds say Border Patrol vehicles being 'cloned' by Mexican smugglers   
Federal agents along the Texas border were warned by the Department of Homeland Security that Mexican drug cartels are using "cloned" Border Patrol vehicles to smuggle drugs into the United States, according to documents obtain by the Washington Examiner...

Jake Boot -- Big Government   
A report from Camp Vigilance the MSM doesn't want you to read   
...Obama needs to replace the millions of voters who are angry at the way the Health Bill was passed. The quickest way is an amnesty program that would make an estimated 35 million illegal [aliens.... criminals] instant democrat voters. -- For the regular U.S. citizen who lives on or near the Southern Border with Mexico, this is not just the fodder...

Ken Silverstein -- Harper's Magazine     
Morris "Sleaze" Dees: A life fighting poverty   
I've written in the past on various occasions about Morris Dees, head of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the bogus "civil rights organization" whose chief (and wildly successful) mission has been to separate wealthy liberals from their money. Last time I checked, the SPLC had more than $150 million in its treasury... yet it did very little work to advance civil rights or fight poverty...

Micheal E. Hill -- MicEvHill.com -- Vienna, Va.     
Action and hearings scheduled on several immigration & related matters   
Congress returns to Washington this week from a two week-long recess. Upon its return, it will remain in session for seven weeks, next leaving town upon the close of business on Friday, May 28, 2010, when it is scheduled to begin its week-long Memorial Day recess...

KING-TV -- Seattle          
Usual suspects toss tantrum in Seattle, demand amnesty   
..."These are people who have worked and struggled under a tough system, and they're not going to rest until it [another illegal alien amnesty] happens," said Pramila Jayapal of Washington Immigration Reform Coalition. -- The group is pushing for a bill to be introduced into Congress by May 1...

Matt Mayer and Jena McNeill -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.              sc    
Time to stop the rush for "amnesty" immigration reform   
The Obama Administration has put comprehensive immigration reform, including some form of amnesty for the 10.8 million illegal [aliens] in America, on the fast track for legislative action. This move comes at a time when the effectiveness of America's current border security, interior enforcement, and visa policies remains uncertain at best...

Dallas Morning News      
Tea Partiers' April 15 events to focus on local politics   
With the battle against health care legislation behind them, Tea Party activists are looking ahead to the next stage for the loosely organized and generally anti-government movement. -- Texas leaders of Tea Party groups hint that their true success will hinge less on "headline-grabbing" rallies and more on direct involvement in politics...

Border Reporter -- Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mex.     
Arrest made in murdered rancher's case?    
It appears that Sonoran State Police have arrested the accused killer in the shooting death of Robert Krentz last month. -- Krentz, 58, was a long-time rancher in Arizona's southeast region on the border with New Mexico and Sonora. On March 27, he was found shot dead...

Joe Guzzardi -- VDare.com     
Nine (or more) treasonous senators to be gone by November?   
Just before Congress left on its Spring recess, I visited Capitol Hill. -- The D.C. buzz is not about health care (done), comprehensive immigration reform (only Sen. Chuck Schumer and U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez have the courage to say the words out loud and in public)...

Washington Post   
Explosive device tossed at U.S. consulate in Mexico   
Nuevo Laredo, Tamps., Mex. -- Assailants hurled an explosive device at a U.S. consulate in a northern Mexico border city, damaging windows but causing no injuries, the consulate said on Saturday. -- The device was thrown over a wall surrounding the consulate in Nuevo Laredo, across the border from Laredo, Texas, on Friday night...

Betty Freauf -- NewsWithViews.com     
Redistribution of wealth   
The deadline for sending in the 2010 Census form has passed and now thousands of part-time census workers will come to homes that didn't complete the form or completed it inaccurately. Rush Limbaugh on April 2, 2010 said he'd been getting e-mails from Republicans who had not received their form... [See "Hope & Change" Watch]

San Francisco Chronicle     
Poizner's illegal alien agenda faces limits   
Steve Poizner has a strong position against benefits for illegal [aliens] in his campaign for governor. He's also got a fallback position whenever anyone asks how much of his agenda he could actually carry out if elected - most of his proposals, he says, are barred by laws that he'd like to change...

Washington Times     
Governor's race could be about illegals   
Thirteen years after a federal judge struck down California's Proposition 187, the 1994 initiative banning social services for illegal [aliens], the measure has resurfaced as a top issue in the state's Republican gubernatorial primary. -- State insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner has used his support for the initiative to position himself as the stronger candidate on border security...

John Voight -- NewsBusters.org     
America witnessing greatest lie cleverly orchestrated by Obama   
Jon Voight has written a startling letter to President Obama and the American people that he read on Mike Huckabee's Fox News program Saturday. -- "In one year, the American people are witnessing the greatest lie that is cleverly orchestrated by President Obama and his whole administration," he wrote...

Associated Press     
Slaying of rancher starts political storm over the invasion   
Cattle rancher Rob Krentz often helped illegal [aliens] he found stranded on his sprawling Arizona ranch. -- Then two weeks ago, he and his dog were gunned down shortly after he reported spotting someone who appeared to be in trouble. Foot tracks were followed from the shooting scene about 20 miles south...

Sarkozy slams Obama, warns he might be insane   
A new report circulating in the Kremlin today authored by France's Directorate-General for External Security (DGSE) and recently "obtained" by the FSB shockingly quotes French President Nicolas Sarkozy as stating that President Barack Obama is "a dangerous[ly] aliéné," which translates into his, Obama, being a "mad lunatic", or in the American vernacular, "insane."

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