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Thursday, May 26 , 2011

A Visit To The Forbidden City
Three Arizona state senators ignore SPLC ban and survive
American Patrol Report -- May 26

Arizona State Senators Allan and Melvin stand 60 feet south of the Forbidden City (ABP's ranch) – May 21, 2011

    Despite warnings that American Border Patrol's ranch was off-limits to any respectful person, in the past week three sitting Arizona State Senators actually visited the forbidden place and survived!
    Last Saturday State Senators Sylvia Allen and Al Melvin visited the ranch, together with about fifty concerned citizens. There they discovered much, but not torture chambers or hate literature. Instead they found high tech hardware ABP has used for years to monitor border activity. They actually saw the Border Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle that pioneered the use of this type of technology on the border. They stood in front of the Pterodactyl ultra light airplane that was used to show that border radar couldn't see this type of flying machine. And, they were actually allowed to see ABP's online maps of where the border fence really is. (Federal government computers are not allowed to access ABP's Web site due to a ban by the SPLC.)
    They watched as the feared Glenn Spencer briefed them on the border situation. Instead of attacking Mexicans as the SPLC suggested he might, Spencer explained exactly how the federal government went about avoiding an objective assessment of how well the U.S. Border Patrol was doing. He explained how the Sonic Barrier system could do the job. After that, the visitors were given a live demonstration of the Sonic Barrier system.
    Now, the fearless Senator Allen has even published a report of her visit!
    Then, last Monday, state senator Steve Smith visited the forbidden ranch -following an aerial tour of the border with the hated Glenn Spencer at the controls! Somehow he survived to tell an amazing tale.

WSB-TV -- Atlanta          
Businesses vow to protect illegals   
Some Georgia businesses are pledging to protect illegal [aliens] against a new law that gives police more room to question residents' immigration status. -- There are now 16 business and / or churches in the metro Atlanta area calling themselves buy spots and sanctuary zones, including the Charis Bookstore in northeast Atlanta...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner   
Supremes torpedo Obama's Arizona lawsuit on illegals   
In a definite setback for President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that individual states have the right to revoke the licenses of businesses that know they are employing illegal aliens. This case is seen as a preview of another case involving Arizona and illegal aliens expected to go before the nation's highest court...

San Luis Obispo (Calif.) Tribune   
Assembly limits using immigration check in arrests   
Democrats in California's Assembly joined other states Thursday in questioning the federal system that uses fingerprints to check the immigration status of people picked up by police. -- The Assembly approved AB1081 on a 43-22 party line vote after heated debate over public safety and whether the measure would help or hurt it... [See: Aiding and abetting illegals is a crime]

Hispanically Speaking News   
Guatemalan prosecutor murdered and dismembered by drug gang Los Zetas 
Wednesday, officials in central Guatemala, say the body of the prosecutor investigating the massacre of 27 people in the country was found, and it had been dismembered. Officials believe it was the work of the drug gang Los Zetas. -- Assistant public prosecutor in Coban, Alta Verapaz, Allan Stowlinsky Vidaurre, 36, was not only killed, but cut into pieces...

U.S. Customs and Border Protection         
U.S. Border Patrol weekly blotter   
Laredo Sector – Border Patrol agents arrested an illegal alien from Mexico near Hebbronville, Texas. During processing, the subject was identified as a member of the Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS-13) gang. Records checks revealed that the subject previously had been removed from the United States...

Associated Press              sc        
Driver's data may be used to check workers' status   
The state of Mississippi may soon be sharing driver's license data with the federal government so employers can check whether they are hiring people allowed to work in the U.S. -- The Obama administration said in the May 9 Federal Register it wants to add driver's license data to E-Verify. The Mississippi data would be used as a test project, likely to start in June...

Fed gave banks crisis gains on secretive loans low as 0.01%   
Credit Suisse Group AG, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc each borrowed at least $30 billion in 2008 from a Federal Reserve emergency lending program whose details weren't revealed to shareholders, members of Congress or the public. -- The $80 billion initiative, called single-tranche open- market operations, or ST OMO, made 28-day loans... [See Obama Watch & Geithner Watch]

J. Douglas Gill -- The Examiner   
Stopping in-state tuition for illegals: because common sense needs a win 
Common sense would dictate that if someone is not here legally, then said person would not qualify as an "in-state" resident, therefore disqualifying those here illegally from receiving an "in-state" tuition subsidized by Maryland taxpayers. -- But, as any resident of this state not addicted to the Prince Casa de George's County Kool-Aid will tell you, common sense abandoned Maryland...

Stephen Dinan -- Washington Times   
Feckless Feds fund shrimp on treadmills, Jell-O wrestling 
The Senate's top watchdog on government waste, in a new report Thursday, said taxpayer money has gone to fund such programs as Jell-O wrestling at the South Pole, testing shrimp's exercise ability on a treadmill and a laundry-folding robot, all funded by the National Science Foundation...

Anthony Kimery -- Homeland Security Today   
DHS: Considering an acceptable level of illegal migration; downsized Border Patrol?
A variety of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials on the US border with Mexico interviewed by Homeland Security Today offered a candidly astonishing revelation. They said because of the decrease in apprehensions of illegals and the increase in seizures of narcotics trying to be smuggled into the country...

Infowars -- Austin, Texas   
Sen. Wyden reveals secret government surveillance grid   
In an interview with Wired, Sen. Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat, adds yet more confirmation to what many of us have known for years – the government has built a secret surveillance structure far more portentous and dangerous than anything devised by the PATRIOT Act now up for renewal... [See Big Brother Watch -- Police State Watch -- Obama Watch]

KNXV-TV -- Phoenix  
Arizona sheriff takes on Obama in letter   
An Arizona sheriff has written a letter to President Barack Obama calling the US / Mexico border "porous" and "the gravest national security threat facing America." -- Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu sent the editorial to all major newspapers across the country, according to spokesman Tim Gaffney...

Fort Worth Star-Telegram   
Ex-CIA spook Dewhurst blamed for airport bill's failure   
Austin, Texas -- Less than a day after a bill to ban intrusive security searches at Texas airports died in the state Senate, the sponsor said Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst had effectively killed the measure for good. -- "He came up with this elaborate political play to kill the bill without his fingerprints," Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, said Wednesday. "Well, his fingerprints are all over this." [Related item]

Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. -- LewRockwell.com  
The political doctrine of statism   
The Patriot Act that was rammed through after the September 2001 attacks was one of the more egregious blows against liberty in our lifetimes. It shredded core rights and liberties that had been taken for granted for centuries. Liberties are never lost all at once, but the Patriot Act, as disgusting in its details as in its name...

Associated Press   
Limited cooperation urged in immigration program   
City leaders want Los Angeles to limit police participation in a federal deportation program where fingerprints of people arrested are shared with immigration agents. -- The Los Angeles Times says Councilman Bernard Parks, a former Los Angeles police chief, and Councilwoman Jan Perry support a council resolution proposed Tuesday that would limit participation in the Secure Communities program... [See Big Sis Watch & Obama Watch]

Hartford (Conn.) Courant   
Connecticut Senate passes tuition break for illegal aliens    
The state Senate gave final legislative approval Tuesday night to a bill that will allow [illegal aliens] to pay in-state tuition rates at Connecticut's public colleges and universities. -- After a lengthy filibuster by Republican opponents, the state Senate gave final legislative approval Tuesday night to a bill that will allow [illegal aliens] to pay in-state tuition rates at Connecticut's public colleges...

MSNBC suspends windbag Ed Schultz for calling Ingraham a 'slut'   
MSNBC has suspended Ed Schultz, host of the "The Ed Show," for one week without pay for calling conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham a "right-wing slut" on his syndicated radio program Tuesday. -- "Remarks of this nature are unacceptable and will not be tolerated," MSNBC said in a statement...

Texas Tribune -- Austin 
Fed threat shuts down TSA "groping" bill in Texas   
A threat from the federal government to shut down Texas airports or cancel flights may have killed legislation by Tea Party conservatives in the Texas Capitol to prohibit federal Transportation Security Administration agents from conducting "invasive searches." -- "I don't cave in to heavy handed threats by the federal government," said an angry Sen. Dan Patrick... [See Big Brother Watch -- Police State Watch -- Obama Watch -- Big Sis Watch]

Pinal County (Arizona) Sheriff's Department   
PCSO participates in multi-agency tactical detail    
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office Tactical Team attached with U.S. Border Patrol's "BORTAC Team 5" has completed another operation to deny, degrade, disrupt and dismantle drug and human trafficking operations in Pinal County. The latest detail ran from May 11th -- 13th and 18th -- 20th. The operation was focused in the Vekol Valley area...

Tucson Sentinel   
McCain, Kyl call for keeping Guard on border    
Arizona Sens. John McCain and Jon Kyl called on the Obama administration Tuesday to maintain a National Guard force on the U.S.-Mexican border. -- Administration officials, speaking prior to President Barack Obama's May 10 speech on immigration in El Paso, said that Guard troops would remain on the border...

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review   
Bill requires contractors to prove workers are legal   
Contractors bidding on publicly financed construction projects in the state will have to verify electronically that employees are legal [aliens] before they can undertake any project. -- Contractors bidding on publicly financed construction projects in the state will have to verify electronically that employees are legal [aliens] before they can undertake any project...

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix  
More than 100 found in west Phoenix drophouse   
Federal immigration agents on Wednesday discovered 108 illegal-immigration suspects crammed inside a drophouse in west Phoenix, the largest drophouse bust in more than three years and the second-largest since 2006. -- Such large numbers have become rare as smugglers change tactics to avoid increased immigration enforcement and suspicion from neighbors...

Associated Press   
Lawmaker defers 'controversial' immigration bill   
Baton Rouge, La. -- A Republican lawmaker has withdrawn his sweeping immigration enforcement proposal from debate this session. -- After hearing testimony Wednesday against the bill from law enforcement and immigrant rights advocates, Rep. Joe Harrison, of Napoleonville, deferred his proposal...

Washington Post   
Supreme Court upholds Arizona law punishing employers who knowingly hire illegals
The Supreme Court has sustained Arizona's law that penalizes businesses for hiring workers who are in the United States illegally, rejecting arguments that states have no role in immigration matters. -- By a 5-3 vote, the court said Wednesday that federal immigration law gives states the authority to impose sanctions on employers who hire unauthorized workers... [See Obama Watch - Big Sis Watch - AG Watch]

Infowars -- Austin, Texas   
Feckless Feds' threat to cancel flights in Texas kills anti-TSA grope-down bill
An astounding Department of Justice threat to cancel airline flights to and from Texas, in addition to underhanded lobbying by TSA representatives, has killed efforts in the state to pass HB 1937, a bill that would have made invasive pat downs by TSA agents a felony...

Associated Press   
Georgia teens leave class to protest immigration law   
Douglasville -- About 50 students walked out of class at Douglas County High School to protest Georgia's new law cracking down on illegal immigration and a policy that bars illegal [alien] students from the most competitive state colleges and universities. -- The students --- a mix of illegal [aliens] and others who support them --- walked out around 2 p.m. Wednesday, many carrying signs and chanting...

KVUE-TV -- Austin, Texas  
Border Patrol doubled its size in the past five years   
The largest law enforcement agency in the country is now the Border Patrol. It doubled in size in just five years. Some agents are asking whether the rush for higher numbers means lower standards. -- Agent Jacob Nunez joined the Border Patrol nearly four years ago. He's more experienced than most agents now on the job...

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