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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Obama Against America
Aiding Mexican Invasion of Arizona
Fox and Friends -- April 29  
Gretchen Carlson, Fox and Friends: Jan Brewer said Janet Napolitano knows exactly what's going on in Arizona and now she's not paying attention to it. Listen to this.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer: She obviously is turning a blind eye to Arizona. She understands the situation here. She wrote numerous letters when she was governor to the administration looking for help and some relief and for her to make the comment that she made that that the border are – what was it – that the borders are just as secure or more secure than they have ever been. Well, they have never been secure.
Brian Kilmeade, Fox and Friends: So Napolitano knows what's going on but Brewer is the one taking action. What's the story behind this?
Michelle Malkin: Well Brian, it's worse than turning a blind eye. In fact, what Janet Napolitano, Eric Holder, both DHS and DOJ in the Obama administration are doing is actively meddling to prevent Arizona from enforcing its law. It's not just Jan Brewer and this particular law that have been targets. Of course, Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Maricopa County has been the subject of a witch-hunt, essentially, by Obama law enforcement officers for doing the job, again, that the feds will not do.
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Politico        sc 
Republicans hit Arizona immigration law   
...Florida Senate candidate Marco Rubio said in a statement Tuesday that he fears the law puts the Arizona's police force in an "incredibly difficult position." -- "It could also unreasonably single out people who are here legally, including many American citizens," Rubio said...

Center for Immigration Studies        
Latest news headlines from CIS   
Members of the Organization of American States [more foreign meddlers] are complaining about the new immigration law in Arizona. -- After listening to complaints from members countries, OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza is calling the law 'an issue of concern to all citizens of the Americas...

Associated Press     
Obama takes amnesty off agenda   
Immigration reform [amnesty] has become the first of President Barack Obama's major priorities dropped from the agenda of an election-year Congress facing voter disillusionment. Sounding the death knell was Obama himself. -- The president noted that lawmakers may lack the "appetite" to take on immigration...

Associated Press     
2 dead in attack on rights caravan in south Mexico   
More survivors emerged Thursday from the countryside where a convoy of Mexican and European rights activists and journalists was ambushed two days earlier in an attack that killed two people. -- Two journalists remained missing in the remote area of southern Mexico...

The White House   
Obama sends mixed messages on amnesty for outlaws    
..."What has become increasingly clear is that we can no longer wait to fix our broken immigration system, which Democrats and Republicans alike agree doesn't work.  It's unacceptable to have 11 million people in the United States..."

Politico     
GOP congressman compares Arizona anti-illegal alien law to Nazi Germany   
Rep. Connie Mack (R-Fla.) ripped into the new Arizona immigration law today, comparing it to Nazi Germany. -- "This law of 'frontier justice' – where law enforcement officials are required to stop anyone based on 'reasonable suspicion' that they may be in the country illegally -- is reminiscent of a time during World War II when the Gestapo in Germany stopped people on the street...

KNXV-TV -- Phoenix 
Arpaio announces new crime sweep to target west Phoenix   
Within an hour of starting his latest crime suppression sweep, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said deputies and posse volunteers had arrested 36 people. -- Arpaio announced at 4 p.m. that his latest crime suppression sweep will target neighborhoods in west Phoenix including the community of Maryvale...

On The Record -- Fox News       
Governor Brewer talks about the new Arizona anti-illegal immigration law   
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer tells Greta why she had 'no other choice' but to sign the controversial new immigration law that has ignited protests and heated debate nationwide.

Politico     
Robert Menendez: Lindsey Graham shielding John McCain    
Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) is questioning whether Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) had other motivations for attempting to push off final action on an immigration bill until after the November elections. -- Menendez, the chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, told POLITICO that Graham may be worried about his close pal Sen. John McCain...

American Conservative Daily     
Tea Party stands with Arizona   
Arizona law says their state has an obligation to protect its citizens, and to be accurate, Uncle Sam has repeatedly failed to protect border States. -- I was not surprise the decision was handed down in favor of the Arizona citizens. Furthermore, I believe Arizona has a solid argument to back up their safety claim...

Associated Press     
Pro-invasion zealots activists protest Diamondbacks   
About 40 immigrant rights activists chanting "Boycott Arizona" have gathered outside Wrigley Field in Chicago as the Cubs open a four-game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. -- Protesters are upset over Arizona's new immigration law that makes it a crime to be in the U.S. illegally [lt's been a federal crime for decades]...

KPIX-TV -- San Francisco     
Ultra-left-wing nut Newsom bans official San Francisco travel to Arizona 
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday imposed a moratorium on city employee travel to the state of Arizona for official business and announced the creation of a task force to determine how best to extricate the city from its Arizona-related contracts... [See Sanctuary Watch and Frisco Watch]

Louis Freedberg -- California Watch    
Arizona immigration law has roots in California border turmoil    
Turbulent events in California nearly two decades ago have helped create the conditions for the current backlash against illegal [aliens] in Arizona. -- Senate Bill 1070, the controversial law just approved in Arizona, has its roots in the anti-illegal [alien invasion] movement that swept through California...

Rasmussen Reports    
49% say White-Hispanic relations getting worse   
Forty-nine percent (49%) of U.S. voters now believe relations between whites and Hispanics in America are getting worse, up 15 points from 34% in December. But voter perceptions of black-Hispanic relations are unchanged. -- A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 28% think white-Hispanic relations are improving...

Fox News   
Boehner: Amnesty scheme has no chance of passing this year   
House Republican Leader John Boehner said Thursday that immigration legislation has no chance of passing this year, a prediction rendered as Democrats gave mixed signals about how committed they were to pressing the issue following the yearlong battle over health care... [See Amnesty Watch]

Yahoo News     
'This is Alabama; we speak English,' governor candidate says   
Amid a national debate over Arizona's tough new immigration law, Republican Alabama gubernatorial candidate Tim James (and son of previous Gov. Fob James) vows in a new campaign ad that if he's elected, he'll give the state driver's license exam only in English, as a cost-saving measure. -- "This is Alabama; we speak English," he says in the ad. "If you want to live here, learn it."

Associated Press     
2 lawsuits challenge new Arizona immigration law   
An Arizona police officer and a Latino group filed the first legal challenges of Arizona's sweeping new law cracking down on illegal immigration Thursday. -- Fifteen-year Tucson police veteran Martin Escobar argues there's no way for officers to confirm people's immigration status without impeding investigations...

Scott McKay -- Family Security Matters     
The demagoguery surrounding Arizona's immigration law   
This week we've seen a flurry of supercharged rhetoric coming out of the left after Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed into law a bill which, though described in apocalyptic terms, merely seeks to strengthen state law on immigration. The bill, Brewer and Arizonans as a whole have been described as racists, Nazis, totalitarians, idiots and worse (if that's possible)...

Washington Post     
Ex-homeland chief uncomfortable with Arizona law   
Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge says he's uncomfortable with Arizona's new immigration law, saying it allows police to question people without probable cause. -- But Ridge also faults both major parties for failing to come up with a national policy and opening the door for state laws like Arizona's...

KGUN-TV -- Tucson     
Tucson City Council wants more time to discuss immigration law   
Tucson City Council member, Regina Romero, wants the council to discuss whether they should take action on the new Immigration Law. After almost an hour in closed discussion, City Attorney Mike Rankin, announced that action from council on the bill was not on the agenda Tuesday....

WFAA-TV -- Dallas     
Mega Tantrum leader fears 'ethnic cleansing'    
The Mega March planned for Saturday in downtown Dallas is expected to draw at least 10,000 to 20,000 thousand people. They will be protesting the controversial immigration law recently enacted in Arizona. -- Local leaders say the Arizona law is racial profiling, and they are taking a stand now that some Texas lawmakers want to push for similar action...

Leo W. Banks -- Tucson Weekly     
The Krentz bonfire   
...Yes, the feds have built fencing along the Southwest border, boasting that 628 miles are now in place. -- But as Glenn Spencer of American Border Patrol notes, only 310 miles of that is people fence, and some of that is next to useless. The remainder -- 318 miles -- consists of vehicle barriers that don't deter anybody on foot....

Californians for Population Stabilization    
California Senate leader calls for boycott of Arizona!   
In response to Arizona's new immigration law, California Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg has asked Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to tear up the state's contracts with Arizona businesses and government agencies....   

Politico     
Lindsey Graham under attack for abandoning amnesty scheme   
Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) is attacking Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) for abandoning the comprehensive immigration reform [read: amnesty] after months of working closely with Democrats. -- "Lindsey Graham has walked away," Gutierrez said. "Let's not blame Harry Reid." -- Both Reid and Gutierrez emphasized that Graham previously urged Democrats to more seriously address immigration...

ACLU Press Release     
Arizona Law: MALDEF, other troublesome groups to announce lawsuit today   
On Thursday, April 29, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. (MST/PDT), MALDEF, the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Arizona and the National Immigration Law Center (NILC) will hold a news conference on the steps of the State Capitol Executive Tower in Phoenix, Arizona to announce that they are preparing to challenge Arizona's extreme new law...

Michelle Malkin    
Police state: How Mexico treats illegal aliens   
My syndicated column today responds to Mexican President Felipe Calderon's demagoguery on Arizona's immigration enforcement law. Calderon has a long history of bashing the U.S. — and then getting rewarded for it with billions of dollars in foreign aid...

London Guardian     
Calderon says Arizona laws breed "intolerance" and "hate"   
Arizona's tough new immigration law threatened to turn into an international dispute today when Mexico made clear its opposition to a move it said would breed discrimination and hate. -- The Mexican president, Felipe Calderón, right, said the country would not stand idly by in the face of a policy that infringed basic human rights... [Related video where Calderon calls the invasion a "phenomenon"] [More Mexican meddling]

Kris Kobach -- New York Times     
Why Arizona drew a line   
On Friday, Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona signed a law -- SB 1070 -- that prohibits the harboring of illegal aliens and makes it a state crime for an alien to commit certain federal immigration crimes. It also requires police officers who, in the course of a traffic stop or other law-enforcement action, come to a "reasonable suspicion" that a person is an illegal alien verify the person's immigration status with the federal government....

Los Angeles Times    
With border wide-open, Obama gripes about new Arizona law   
Reporting aboard Air Force One — President Obama on Wednesday dismissed Arizona's tough new anti-immigration law as a "shortcut" that will merely inflame the debate "instead of solving the problem." -- In an impromptu session with reporters at the back of his plane, Obama described the law as a product of "people's frustrations about the border."

Associated Press    
Obama: GOP must help "change immigration laws"    
President Barack Obama says he can persuade most congressional Democrats to back an overhaul of immigration laws [i.e. cram another amnesty down our throats] but that Republicans must join the effort. -- Obama told an Iowa audience Tuesday that immigration is too volatile and too subject to political exploitation to be revised without a bipartisan push...

El Universal -- Mexico, DF     
Meddling Mexicans aim to mess with new Arizona anti-invader law   
Mexican Senator Santiago Creel will move that the Congress approve this week a point of agreement to solicit the US government to stop Arizona's so called "anti-immigration law." The senator, a member of President Calderon's PAN party, qualified the Arizona law as 'anti-Mexico' and was confident that it would be "vetoed and contested" by the US Supreme Court...

Michael Cutler -- Family Security Matters    
Thoughts on Arizona's new immigration law   
This past weekend, I was a guest on "Fox and Friends" and on MSNBC to debate Arizona's new immigration law that requires aliens in that state to carry proof of their immigration status. Let's take a look at the statutory requirement that addresses aliens and proof of alien registration, as per the Immigration and Nationality Act...

Christian Science Monitor     
Meddlesome Mexican hypocrites slam new Arizona law   
As Mexicans decry the Arizona immigration law and launch boycotts of Arizona, Amnesty International released a scathing new report urging Mexicans to look in the mirror. -- "Invisible Victims: Migrants on the Move in Mexico" details the abuse faced by Central American migrants, who cross the southern border between Guatemala and Mexico, usually en route to the US... [More Mexican meddling]

American Border Patrol
Who Will Tell You?
If they put the National Guard on the border, who will tell you how many are there and how they're being used? The media? Hardly. The only organization equipped to bring you the truth is American Border Patrol, but they can't do it without your help. Go here to play your part.

Walter Moore -- Los Angeles     
Janice Hahn's boycott resolution is latest in long list of dumbass moves   
The top three sources of hollow resolutions that go nowhere are: New Year's parties, the United Nation, and Los Angeles City Council Member Janice Hahn. -- The national media, who are clearly unfamiliar with the penchant of her and her colleagues to weigh in on every topic under the sun, made the mistake of treating her latest resolution -- to boycott Arizona -- as if it mattered...

Discover The Networks     
Illegal Immigration: Costs, crimes, and related problems   
Illegal immigration imposes enormous costs -- monetary as well as crime-related -- on American society. As regards criminal activity, Manhattan Institute scholar Heather MacDonald describes one small slice of a much larger problem...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner    
Violent illegals in Arizona being ignored by media, massive riots are next    
While the mainstream media has been relentless in their false characterization of Tea Party protesters, as angry, violent, racists... they have chosen to completely ignore the actual violence being perpetuated by the largely illegal alien crowds, now protesting in Arizona...

KGO-TV -- San Francisco     
Arizona law re-energizes immigration debate   
...The Arizona law permits police to check the legal status of anyone suspected of being in the country illegally. In Orinda, Yeh Ling-Ling heads a group that wants to reduce legal immigration - Alliance For a Sustainable USA. She says the Arizona law is necessary. -- "The United States, it's broke. We have no choice and our priority really is toward American citizens," said Ling-Ling...

KVOA-TV -- Tucson     
SB 1070: What to expect and possible training for officers   
One of the most contested issues of the Senate Bill 1070 is the power the law will give to officers. -- They will be allowed to question people about their immigration status if there is reasonable suspicion the person is in the country illegally...

Chicago Breaking News Center     
Open-borders zealots to rally outside Wrigley Field Thursday   
When the Arizona Diamondbacks play the Cubs on Thursday, they may face more than rival fans and a Ted Lilly sinker. -- As part of a call to boycott everything Arizona after the passage of a controversial law targeting illegal [aliens] in the state last week, local activists plan to protest the team outside Wrigley Field...

English First     
Tell your rep. NO statehood for Puerto Rico... NO on HR 2499  
I am concerned that some members of Congress are so out of touch with their constituents that they would even consider voting for statehood for Puerto Rico, an island mired in poverty, while America is drowning in debt...

Jim Galloway -- Atlanta Journal-Constitution     
Nathan Deal says he'd implement Arizona-style immigration laws   
Arizona just took its place in the Georgia race for governor. This from a press release issued by the Republican campaign of Nathan Deal, the former congressman: "I agree with the Arizona governor and Legislature that the federal government has failed miserably at protecting our borders and enacting sensible solutions that would protect our states..."

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