Tuesday, December 21, 2010
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner sc
House Homeland Security Committee to change course under GOP
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) said on Monday that once he begins chairing the House Homeland Security Committee he will initiate several investigations including a probe into radical Islam as part of his mandate to "protect our homeland from the terrorists who continue to plot and execute attacks against our nation."
Stricter rules for entry are ignored at border
More than 18 months after U.S. Customs and Border Protection inspectors were supposed to start enforcing stringent ID requirements at the nation's land borders, millions of travelers are still being admitted without passports or other secure IDs, a new government audit shows... [See Big Sis Watch]
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border
The Guatemalan government has acknowledged that the Mexican drug cartel "Los Zetas" has set up fortifications in the northern state of Alta Verapaz and is a strong presence in that area. -- The government of Guatemala has launched operations in the area to capture members of this narcotics operation...
|Dave Gibson -- The Examiner
Ironically, illegal aliens may actually cost Obama re-election
The data from the 2010 U.S. Census has been evaluated and the population figure now stands at 308,745,538, marking nearly a 10 percent increase since 2000. Since Census forms did not require residents to specify their citizenship status, many of the millions of illegal aliens in this country were counted, and will now greatly influence the next election...
|KGTV -- San Diego
Crews rescue 3 illegals from Tijuana River
San Ysidro, Calif. -- Three illegal [aliens] were rescued from the Tijuana River on Tuesday after a jogger heard their cries for help. -- The three men were crossing into the United States illegally on Monday when they found themselves surrounded by the Tijuana River. Because they did not want to be discovered...
|Tyler Durden -- Zero Hedge sc
Interactive visualization of the 2010 census results
According to the just released census data, whose collection and subsequent contribution to job numbers resulted in so much consternation over 2010, the US population is 308,745,538 with another 3,725,789 in Puerto Rico. Just as importantly, the data will result in a realignment in Congressional seat representation...
|eNews Forest Park (Ill.)
Administration spokesman says comprehensive reform or nothing
...Q: I have just two questions. The Center for Immigration Studies reports that in 2008 and 2009, 2.4 million immigrants, legal and illegal, arrived while U.S. citizens were losing 8.6 million jobs. And the question: Why are we importing a million workers a year when 17 million Americans can't find work? [See Obama Watch and Amnesty Watch]
|Izzy Lyman -- Big Government
Mainstream Media: The Southern Poverty Law Center's partner in slime
The Family Research Council was among the insulted parties and decided to fight back, using the modern tools of intellectual warfare. -- On December 15th the organization launched StartDebatingStopHating.com, a website and newspaper ad (the latter appearing in Politico and the Washington Examiner) that denounced the speech-chilling "character assassination" tactics of the SPLC...
|Dave Gibson -- The Examiner
Boastful criminal aliens arrested in North Carolina
On December 14, the Henderson County Sheriff's Office received a call complaining about a group of men, who were running up and down the hallways in the Bonaire Motel shouting about the fact that they were here illegally, bragging to patrons: "you can't touch us." [See Crime Watch]
$2-trillion debt crisis threatens to bring down 100 US cities
Overdrawn American cities could face financial collapse in 2011, defaulting on hundreds of billions of dollars of borrowings and derailing the US economic recovery. Nor are European cities safe -- Florence, Barcelona, Madrid, Venice: all are in trouble...
African "immigrants" clash in Moorhead fray
At least 20 police officers responded to a melee in Moorhead, Minn., early Sunday that involved up to a dozen young African immigrants fighting not only with hands and feet, but also with a taser, knives, a replica handgun and a shovel. -- More than 100 people looked on, many yelling, in the parking lot of a bowling alley on the city's north side, police said... [See Crime Watch]
|KPHO-TV -- Phoenix
Arizona breaks deportation record in 2010
A record number of illegal immigrants were deported from Arizona during 2010, according to a U.S. Department of Homeland Security spokeswoman. -- ICE officials deported 92,592 illegal immigrants during between October 2009 and September 2010, according to statistics provided to CBS 5 News by Lori Haley of ICE...
Holder warns of homegrown terror
Attorney General Eric Holder says that the growing number of American citizens joining terrorist groups including Al Qaeda is "one of the things that keeps me up at night." -- "You didn't worry about this even two years ago -- about individuals, about Americans, to the extent that we now do," Holder said... [Also See: You Are A Terrorist]
|Roberto Savio -- Inter Press Service
Globalization: Engine of a New World Order
It is clearer and clearer each day that the United States is a country in decline, even for US elites. Until now the majority of US citizens have been able to avoid this reality, inventing popular movements like the Tea Party, made up of whites who want to reduce the role of the state while having the US resume its role as world leader... [See Obama Watch & NWO Treason Watch]
|The Hill -- Washington
Obama's political arm vows to revive DREAM Act
President Obama's political arm vowed to revive the DREAM Act [amnesty] on Monday after the Senate jettisoned the issue in a weekend vote. -- Mitch Stewart, the director of Organizing for America (OFA), the president's political arm within the Democratic National Committee (DNC), sought to reassure liberal and Hispanic voters...
|War on Terror News
Illegal aliens infest 7th Special Forces contract
With 7th Special Forces Group continuing their plan to move from the overpopulated Ft. Bragg to Eglin Air Base, near Ft. Walton Beach, FL, comes construction at their future home. And just as the drywallers were near completion of their subcontract, an investigation began, breaking wide open a scandal...
For first time ever, most voters think health care repeal likely
For the first time since Democrats in Congress passed the health care bill in March, a majority of U.S. voters believe the measure is likely to be repealed. -- A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 52% of Likely U.S. Voters think it is at least somewhat likely that the health care plan will be repealed... [See Obama Watch]
U.S., Canadian and Mexican workers want a single union
The United Steelworkers (USW) and the National Union of Mine, Metal, Steel, and Allied Workers of the Mexican Republic met December 10, 2010 in Vancouver, Canada to move forward on their joint commitment to, as they agreed in June of this year, "propose immediate measures to increase strategic cooperation..."
|Gainesville (Ga.) Times
Panel ready to push immigration bills
After wrapping up its final meeting this week, the Special Joint Committee on Immigration Reform is prepared for the immigration legislation that is almost certain to come up when the General Assembly meets in January. -- Sen. Butch Miller was one of 14 members selected for the committee in September...
||American Border Patrol
Photo of the day
Glenn Spencer took this photo of the Lunar Eclipse this morning at 01:30 a.m. MST....
|The Hill -- Washington
Obama to huddle with Hispanic caucus after amnesty scheme fails
President Obama is scheduled to meet with members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Tuesday after an immigration bill high on their priority list failed to clear the Senate. -- Obama will huddle with representatives of the 24-member group in the Oval Office at 10:45 a.m., according to the president's daily schedule...
|Michael Cutler -- Family Security Matters
Southern border security crisis
Two news reports that appeared in the Washington Times a couple of days ago. Both articles are related because both articles report on the failures of our nation to secure the borders of the United States - with devastating results. -- The first of the news reports deals with how members of the extremely dangerous Mexican-based drug cartel...