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Monday, October 25, 2010

Mama Grizzly for Tancredo
Malkin Makes it Clear
American Patrol Report -- October 25   
Michelle Malkin
Michelle Malkin: "I'm honored and thrilled to support my friend and fellow independent conservative warrior Tom Tancredo for governor of Colorado. Tom is never afraid to do what he thinks is right for our families, our economy, and our country. The only special interest he serves is the people. This is one of the hottest races in the country -- and the stakes are high. I'm going to do all I can from now until Election Day to help the Tancredo surge and defeat Obama-approved liberal John Hickenlooper." Read More....
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Spencer got her started
Did you know Michelle interviewed Glenn Spencer at his Sherman Oaks home in 1992? She was working as a cub reporter for the L.A. Daily News and was doing a story about Glenn's group, Voice of Citizens Together, that was working against illegal immigration. "I introduced her to the issue of illegal illegal immigration," Spencer said laughingly.

Ben Domenech -- RedState.com           sc         
Congressional Report: Obamacare costs America nearly 800,000 jobs   
Today brings us the latest report from Senators Coburn and Barrasso, the two Republican physicians who've been doggedly following up on all the things we were promised about Obamacare, particularly the ones that have already turned out to be flat-out lies ("The gall!" shrieks a Democrat Hill staffer)...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner     
Harry Reid's aide admits to filing false immigration documents   
According to court documents, Diana Tejada, Reid's Secretary for Hispanic Media, has admitted to receiving payments in exchange for entering into a fraudulent marriage with Lebanese national, Bassam Mahmoud Tahini,37, so that he could obtain permanent U.S. residency...

Rasmussen Reports     
43% say neither political party in Congress represents the American people   
Don't let the Tea Party fool you. A lot of voters are skeptical of the two major political parties, but most aren't ready for a third party yet. -- Still, a plurality (43%) of Likely U.S. Voters believes that neither Democrats nor Republicans in Congress are the party of the American people...

Life Site News    
Tancredo surges to virtual tie in Colorado gubernatorial race   
The race for Colorado's governorship now shows a virtual tie between former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo, a pro-life 3rd party candidate, and pro-abortion Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, a Democrat. -- Tancredo, a staunch pro-life, pro-family advocate known for his anti-illegal-immigration views, has surged into a dead heat with Hickenlooper...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers        
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
North America has never been a region for Mexican sentiment. Their admiration has been essentially directed toward Europe -- those who are indeed sophisticated and with class – while their hearts and nostalgia -- above all in official oration -- are directed toward Latin America and the Caribbean...

Tom Tancredo for Colorado Governor
Road to Victory Money Bomb

Rick Oltman of CAPS -- The Examiner          
We're from the Mexican gov't and we're here to help   
The Mexican Consulate in Tucson is whining again. This time he says that Mexicans living in Tucson don't trust the police. -- Juan Manuel Calderon Jaimes says Mexicans are scared to report crimes for fear they might be turned over to immigration authorities... [More from Rick Oltman] [Examiner items] [More Mexican sniveling]

KOLD-TV -- Tucson    
"Raza Studies" supporters march to make a stand   
A march across town Sunday made a stand for ethnic studies. -- "We have a lot of support and we hope these classes can stay for the well-being of our community," said Tucson High senior Ashley Bustamante as she marched with as many as 150 other students, teachers, and supporters of Mexican American studies... [See MEChA Watch]

Los Angeles Times     
'I Am Not King': Obama tells Latino voters he can't conjure amnesty alone   
In an effort to energize Latino voters, President Obama defended his administration's efforts to work for a comprehensive immigration plan [read: amnesty], while adding that he was frustrated by the failures of Congress to deal with the issue. -- In an interview with Eddie "Piolin" Sotelo, recorded when Obama was in Los Angeles last week, the president blamed Republicans for refusing to work on the needed legislation...

KTAR -- Phoenix    
Obama told to "shove it" by fellow Democrat   
The Democratic candidate for Rhode Island governor, widely seen as more conservative than the independent seeking to lead the heavily Democratic state, said Monday that President Barack Obama can "shove it'" after learning Obama would not endorse him. -- Frank Caprio's campaign last week said he would welcome the president's endorsement...

Public Policy Polling     
Hickenlooper lead down to 3   
Tom Tancredo continues to surge as Dan Maes' support completely collapses in the Colorado Governor's race and John Hickenlooper now leads the race by only a 47-44 margin with Maes getting 5%. -- Hickenlooper's been unable to rise above the 47-48% mark in PPP's polls over the last three months. When Tancredo and Maes were splitting the vote relatively evenly... [Related Video]

CNBC     
Here's Your "Change": Dollar at risk of becoming 'toxic waste'   
The dollar's slump could get far worse if the dollar index takes out last year's low, Robin Griffiths, technical strategist at Cazenove Capital, told CNBC Monday. -- "If the (dollar index) takes out the low that was made roughly a year ago I really think that will not only encourage more sales, it will cause a little bit of minor panic," Griffiths said...

Associated Press     
Insanity: States weigh letting noncitizens vote   
Portland, Me. -- Like his neighbors, Claude Rwaganje pays taxes on his income and taxes on his cars. His children have gone to Portland's public schools. He's interested in the workings of Maine's largest city, which he has called home for 13 years...

Fenceviewer -- Ellsworth, Maine      
Mexican illegal alien connected to case of identity theft   
Bar Harbor, Me. -- A Mexican national who police say spent the past two summers here allegedly using a man's stolen identity was taken into custody Saturday afternoon. -- Adrian G. Acosta, 39, allegedly admitted to police over the course of a two-hour interrogation that he had been using another man's identity and was in the country illegally... [See Crime Watch]

American Border Patrol       
Photo of the day   
A concerned citizen sent these photos of signs posted on desert lands in Arizona. The bottom sign warns people of danger -- real danger. The top sign ignores the danger...

Mac Slavo -- The Daily Sheeple    
L.A. Stimulus: $10 million to create one job   
When President Obama and Congress passed a multi-billion dollar jobs creation bill it was widely reported that tens of thousands of jobs would be saved or created as a result. Contrary opinions from opponents of the bill argued that only the free market, not government, is capable of creating sustainable, meaningful labor and that the billions spent would end up being more wasteful spending...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- Family Security Matters     
Border Patrol hindered by political correctness   
Recently there were news reports that Border Patrol agents were prohibited from entering certain areas in their patrol vehicles in order to avoid adverse effects on the "environment." To many advocates for tighter border security this policy smacks of law enforcement genuflecting at the altar of political correctness...

McAllen (Texas) Monitor     
Mexican national faces drug charges   
La Casita, Tx. -- A Mexican national faced a federal judge Friday on two drug-related charges. -- Michael Lee Montalvo, 22, was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana and conspiracy with intent to distribute marijuana on Friday, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement... [See Crime Watch]

Kansas City Star    
Contenders for Kansas House seat split on illegals   
Republican Sandra Bohne is challenging incumbent Democrat Melanie Meier for the Kansas House 40th District seat from the Leavenworth area. -- Bohne is a homemaker and community volunteer who disagrees with Meier, a military analyst, on many issues...

Rasmussen Reports     
53% favor repeal of Obamacare scheme  
A majority of voters continue to favor repeal of the new national health care law, and the number who sees this outcome as likely has reached a new high. -- The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 53% of Likely U.S. voters favor repeal of the health care law, including 43% who Strongly Favor repeal...

National League of Cities -- Washington     
Secure Communities program aims to be nationwide by 2013   
In an effort to help local law enforcement identify immigration status of those arrested and booked for crimes, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is rapidly expanding its Secure Communities Initiative. The ultimate goal is for the program to be standard for all local law enforcement, and for the federal government to be able to respond to all matches generated by the program, by 2013...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner      
Mexico complains that illegal aliens now feel "uncomfortable" in Tucson   
Last week, Juan Manuel Calderón Jaimes, head of the Mexican Consulate in Tucson, spoke out against what he sees as the mistreatment of Mexican nationals living in the country illegally by Tucson police. -- Jaimes says that illegal aliens in the city are now afraid to report crimes or have any contact with local police out of fear that they will be deported...

Terence P. Jeffrey -- CNS News     
Debt has increased $5 trillion since Pelosi vowed, 'no new deficit spending'   
When Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) gave her inaugural address as speaker of the House in 2007, she vowed there would be "no new deficit spending." Since that day, the national debt has increased by $5 trillion, according to the U.S. Treasury Department...

Admiral Vishnu Bhagwat -- Centre for Research on Globalization -- Toronto     
Globalization: The root causes of the worldwide war against humanity
The following text was first presented to the International Physicians for prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) Conference, Delhi, March 10, 2008: "There will be no peace. At any given moment for the rest of our lives; there will be multiple conflicts in mutating forms around the globe... violent conflicts will dominate the headlines..." [See NWO Treason Watch]

KVOA-TV -- Tucson     
Witness: Attack at Mexico rehab center kills 13   
A client at a drug rehab center in the Mexican border city of Tijuana says a gang of armed men gunned down 13 recovering addicts there. -- Prosecutors have not yet confirmed the number of dead. Police at the scene say at least 10 were killed. -- The attack would be the first such mass killing at a rehab center in Tijuana...

Steve Emerson -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.     
Islam in America and NPR, George Soros and CAIR    
Fox News reports: The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the parent company of PBS and NPR, received $420 million in taxpayer funds in 2010 and has requested $608 million for the next funding cycle that begins in 2013. -- NPR says government funding makes up less than 2 percent of it budget, with the rest coming from station fees, sponsorships and grants...

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