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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Pulling Out All the Stops
Inevitable race card played in final DREAM Act
WorldNetDaily.com -- December 15   
GET WHITEY?
Kent Wong, left -- Mario Obledo, right
Prof: Hispanics should replace 'old white men'
    
A UCLA professor has given public speeches in support of the DREAM Act in which he has made inflammatory statements, including the suggestion that Hispanics should replace "old white men" in positions of power and that Republican leaders in the Senate who oppose the immigration bill are racists.
    On the UCLA website, Kent Wong is listed as the director of the Center for Labor Research and Education at UCLA, where he teaches Labor Studies and Asian-American Studies.
    On Dec. 13, Wong gave a speech at a pro-illegal immigration rally at MacArthur Park in Los Angeles in which he endorsed the DREAM Act in racist terms, according to a video first surfaced by Eyeblast.tv.
    Toward the end of his speech calling for the DREAM Act to be passed by Congress, Wong proclaimed to the rally, "When that day happens, the young people of the DREAM Act movement will go on to accomplish and do great things with our lives. You will go on to become lawyers, teachers, doctors and members of the U.S. Congress to replace those old white men. (Applause) You are the hope and future of this country. You represent the hope and future of your generation."
Related: Replacing all white people?
"California is going to be a Hispanic state and anyone who doesn't like it should leave." -- Mario Obledo, co-founder of the Mexican American Legal Defense Fund (MALDEF).

Border Sheriff's Association -- Southern Arizona   
Statement on the death of Agent Brian Terry    
BorderSherif's.com extends its condolences to the friends and family of murdered Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. According to the Border Patrol, Agent Terry was shot and killed last night near Rio Rico, about 10 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border.  Pinal County Sheriff and BorderSherif's.com Honorary Co-chair Paul Babeu stated... [See Hope & Change Watch and Big Sis Watch]

KEYC-TV -- Mankato, Minn.    
Police investigate woman with fake I.D.   
Immigration and Customs Enforcement is called after a woman attempts to cash a check in Mankato using a fake ID. First National Bank called police at 11:30 yesterday when a customer provided what appeared to be a fake Minnesota Drivers License... [See Crime Watch]

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
The Nicaraguan Army and Police captured a drug cartel cell, and seized 11 vehicles, 5 aircraft, 9 pieces of heavy equipment and 7 rural and city properties in different parts of the country. One pilot and 4 Nicaraguans were arrested. It is believed they were part of La Familia (Mexican cartel)...

Leo W. Banks -- Tucson Weekly     
Perhaps Napolitano should visit the Peck Canyon Corridor   
...For borderland residents living with the spillover from the Mexican drug wars, luck is a necessity, a commodity to be prized above all others, because it can spell the difference between a good day in paradise and a very bad one. -- Rob Krentz was working on his ranch near Douglas in Cochise County on March 27 when he ran into the wrong person and was shot to death... [See Hope & Change Watch and Big Sis Watch]

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers     
Another senseless death on the border   
During the late evening of 12-14-10, U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was performing his duty in the area of Peck Canyon near Rio Rico, Arizona, when he was murdered by armed bandits. -- This is the latest in a long series of incidents in which foreign bandits and thugs have shot, assaulted, robbed and otherwise preyed upon U.S. law enforcement officers and citizens... [See Hope & Change Watch and Big Sis Watch]

Associated Press     
US, Mexico commission meets on border violence; Mexico whines   
Mexico, DF -- A joint U.S.-Mexico committee met for the first time Wednesday to address border management issues and border violence. -- The committee was created By Presidents Barack Obama and Felipe Calderon in May. -- Mexico has expressed concern about the deaths of [Mexican illegal aliens] during recent incidents involving U.S. Border Patrol officers... [See Big Sis Watch]

Washington Times     
Reid threatens to keep Congress into next year   
Forget about going quietly into the night. -- Senate Democrats on Tuesday unveiled a broad agenda for an end-of-session sprint that, in other years, could be a whole year's worth of activity — ranging from an arms-reduction treaty with Russia to a major immigration bill to overturning the ban on gay troops...

American Patrol Report       
Latest DREAM Act updates from Numbers USA & CAPS
Numbers USA reports that a vote on the DREAM Act amnesty has been pushed off to early next week, according to Harry Reid, and there are no new yes votes so far. – Both Numbers USA and CAPS have other DREAM ACT information. Click the headline for info...

Rick Oltman of The Immigration Tea Party -- The Examiner   
Border Agents' Murder: We need a congressional investigation 
...Some U.S. Border Patrol agents in that sector have spent their own money purchasing trail / game cameras and placed them in the area west of Rio Rico and have taken pictures of the smugglers to their supervisors who have been aware of the heavily armed drug traffickers for months... [More from Rick Oltman] [Examiner items]

Nogales (Arizona) International     
Authorities zero in on fifth suspect in Border Patrol agent's killing   
2:08 PM PST -- Authorities appeared to be closing in on a fugitive suspect in last night's deadly shooting of a Border Patrol agent near Rio Rico. -- Police radio chatter Wednesday afternoon said the suspect, last seen heading south on foot from the Peck Canyon area in blue pants and a blue-and-white-striped shirt... [See Hope & Change Watch and Big Sis Watch]

U.S. Rep. Steve King     
King: Secure the border to honor Agent Terry's life   
Congressman Steve King (R-IA), Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Immigration, released the following statement after learning that United States Border Patrol Agent Brian A. Terry had been killed in the line of duty. Agent Terry was shot and killed after an encounter with several suspects in southern Arizona late Tuesday night... [See Hope & Change Watch and Big Sis Watch]

Leo W. Banks -- Tucson Weekly     
Another man is dead after trying to defend our 'safe' borderlands   
Word has come from the Peck Canyon Corridor of another deadly shooting in Arizona's borderlands. -- This latest episode took the life of Border Patrol agent Brian A. Terry. Details are sketchy as of now, but it appears Terry came upon a group of presumed smugglers at Peck Wells... [See Hope & Change Watch and Big Sis Watch]

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner     
U.S. Border Patrol agent killed in Arizona   
U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was shot to death just after 11:00 p.m. last night after confronting several individuals in the Peck Canyon area near Nogales, Arizona. -- Four suspects have been arrested and federal agents, along with the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office are looking for one more... [See Hope & Change Watch and Big Sis Watch]

California's Children     
LAUSD 2nd worst HS grad rate in US; CA ranks 41st among states   
Dan Walters, columnist for the Sacramento Bee, points out two major factors in California's struggle to graduate high school seniors; first, the diverse ethnic mix throughout the state, including children of immigrants who may not speak English as well as their peers...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner     
Illegal alien farm worker arrested for raping girl   
On December 3, New Jersey State Police arrested Elias Santos, 32, and charged him with first degree aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child. -- According to NJ State Police spokesman Sgt. First Class Stephen Jones, the incident took place two days before Thanksgiving... [More "family values"]

Atlanta Journal-Constitution      
Forsyth jail joins fingerprint program aimed at illegals   
Forsyth County's jail on Tuesday became the latest to join a federal fingerprint-checking program aimed at deporting violent illegal immigrants. -- Under the $200 million national program, everyone booked into the jail will have their fingerprints checked against millions of others...

KVOA-TV -- Tucson    
Napolitano heading to border   
A Homeland Security official says Secretary Janet Napolitano will travel to Arizona tomorrow and Friday to meet with Border Patrol agents and employees in Nogales and Tucson, following the fatal shooting last night of a Border Patrol officer... [See Hope & Change Watch]

Washington Watcher -- VDare.com     
Rohrabacher is right on the DREAM Act amnesty scheme 
Last Wednesday, shortly before the House passed the DREAM Act, Congressman Dana Rohrabacher said on the House Floor: "I rise in opposition to the Affirmative Action Amnesty Act, or otherwise known as the DREAM Act." -- Rohrabacher continued...

Gailann Jarocki -- The Examiner     
95 convicted criminal aliens arrested in Florida   
In a five-day enforcement action throughout Florida targeting convicted criminal aliens identified with being in violation of U.S. immigration law 93 foreign nationals with criminal records and two others were arrested. -- All 95 were arrested for being in violation of immigration law, and all are being held in ICE custody pending immigration removal proceedings...

Riverside (Calif.) Press-Enterprise     
Pair accused of holding man for ransom   
Two people were arrested Monday on suspicion of holding a 41-year-old man they had smuggled from Tijuana for ransom in their Perris home, authorities said. -- Officers were called to the 1800 block of Havasu Street about 5 p.m. after the man, whose name was not released, escaped and ran to a nearby home for help... [See Crime Watch]

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner     
Dunkin' Donuts manager pleads guilty to hiring illegal aliens    
George Valvanis, 53, of New Hampshire knowingly hired illegal aliens at several Dunkin' Donuts stores in and around Portland, Maine. He conducted the illegal practice between 2001 and 2009. -- On Monday, Valvanis pleaded guilty to one count of engaging in a pattern or practice of recruiting or hiring illegal aliens unauthorized to work in the United States...

Fox News     
Reid still planning to hold a vote on the DREAM Act   
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid plans to forge ahead with a vote on the DREAM Act, said his spokesman, Jim Manley. -- "We intend to have a vote," Manley said. "We're still trying to figure out when." -- Republicans have threatened a filibuster on the DREAM Act, which would grant certain undocumented youth conditional legal status...

Roy Beck -- Numbers USA       
Stop the DREAM Act amnesty scheme NOW!   
...If you can move at least two of these Senators into NO votes, I don't think there would be any chance of the amnesty passing. -- The staffers of a couple of these have been telling our members that their Senator plans to vote NO.....

Kimberly Dvorak -- The Examiner     
Final push for DREAM Act in lame duck   
The historical November midterms repudiated liberal policies and relinquished totalitarian control in Washington D.C. from the Obama Administration, but Democrats have one last gift they'd like to give the American taxpayer- amnesty. -- This little gem, the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors...

Michelle Malkin    
A Dream Denied: Border Patrol agent Brian Terry killed in Arizona   
More horrible news from the southern border. One of the officers who put his life on the line to protect our security and sovereignty has been shot and killed. --- Meanwhile, Senate Democrats continue to push the pro-amnesty DREAM Act and security-undermining environmental land grabs. -- Priorities... [See Hope & Change Watch and Big Sis Watch]

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner     
Illegal alien gang member sentenced for Northern Va. drive-by shooting   
Last week, Loudoun County Circuit Court Judge Thomas D. Horne sentenced Hector Valdami Campos-Aguilar, 19, to 10 years in prison for a September 2008 drive-by shooting that took place in Sterling Park. The gang-related attack wounded three people, leaving one paralyzed... [See Crime Watch]

Baltimore Sun     
Army surgeon on trial for refusing to deploy over Obama's birthplace   
Terrence Lakin is part of the fervent band of Americans that doubts President Barack Obama was born in the United States. -- The catch is that Lakin is an Army lieutenant colonel who refused to report for deployment to Afghanistan because he questions Obama's credentials to serve as commander in chief...

We Get E-Mail     
Eavesdropping on the DREAM Act action call   
Radical open-borders fanatics held a conference call on December 14 to push the DREAM Act amnesty scheme. One of our readers sent a link the audio file (mp3)...

Victor Hatley -- America's News Online    
U.S. has biggest illegal immigration problem in the world   
In the United States, which has more immigrants than any nation, politicians have begun calling for tougher border security and more deportations as the economy continues to sputter. The resulting crackdowns have been criticized both as not harsh enough and too harsh, with the debate becoming more polarizing seemingly by the day. [Related item]

London Independent     
'Prepare for all-out cyber war'   
Whitehall is preparing for a crippling attack on government websites as evidence mounts that the backlash against the arrest of the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is rapidly growing into a mass movement that aims to cause widespread disruption on the Internet...

American Border Patrol       
Photo of the day   
Journalists from the Sierra Vista Herald are shown in front of American Border Patrol's Cessna TU-206 after flying along the border in Southeastern Arizona...

Keith Johnson -- Revolt of the Plebs    
Newt Gringo wants your brown babies   
Something wicked this way comes. -- It came for the Tea Party, and now its coming for Latinos. -- This is all part of an ongoing campaign -- financed by powerful money interests -- to co-opt every grassroots political movement in America. -- Michael Collins Piper has been writing extensively on this subject for American Free Press... Gingrich

Nogales (Arizona) International    
Border Patrol agent shot, killed near Rio Rico   
A Nogales-based Border Patrol agent was shot and killed near Rio Rico last night. -- Agent Brian A. Terry was shot and killed after encountering a group of suspects at an unspecified location, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a news release. At least four of the suspects are in custody and another is still being pursued... [Related item] [See Obama Watch & Big Sis Watch]

Mark Krikorian -- National Review     
You say that like it's a good thing   
As you can imagine, I don't ordinarily read The Nation, but a friend sent along this revealing excerpt from the current issue: As CCC's Bhargava argued, widespread legalization could mark “a structural change in the politics of the country that will make the country more generous to immigrants in the future...

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