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Sunday, June 12, 2011

Losing California, and America?
Jerry Brown has a choice
Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report -- June 12  
    The Secure Communities program being run by the Department of Homeland Security. "...improves public safety every day by transforming the way criminal aliens are identified and removed from the United States."
    A list of Immigration and Customs Enforcement successes reads like the who's who of American horror stories, including this one:
    San Pablo, Calif. – One day after activating this capability, a subject was arrested for vehicular manslaughter after he struck and killed a motorcyclist returning from Bible study. He was also charged with hit and run, driving under the influence (DUI) and driving with a suspended license. Cross-checking his fingerprints revealed his illegal immigration status, a prior removal and previous convictions for carrying a concealed weapon, cruelty toward spouse and multiple DUIs. ICE agents were automatically notified and placed a detainer for the subject.
    Now the open-borders Los Angeles Times is suggesting that Gov. Jerry Brown could refuse to cooperate with the Secure Communities program. We are facing the greatest threat to our union since the Civil War. If Brown refuses to cooperate with ICE, we will have taken another step toward the disillusionment of the United States of America.
Red Dot Related: The Mexification of America

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner    
Illegals fleeing Georgia due to new immigration law   
Though Georgia’s new crackdown on illegal immigration known as HB 87, does not take effect until July 1, illegal aliens have reportedly been leaving Georgia in droves since Gov. Nathan Deal signed the bill last month. -- The new law gives local and state law enforcement the authority to investigate the immigration status of suspects and arrest illegal aliens...

American Border Patrol   
Fire update - 6:10 PM PT   
Late shot of Coronado Fire in Cochise County, Arizona.

American Border Patrol   
Fire update - 4:20 PM PT   
Glenn Spencer was able to get close enough to the fire to get this picture of flames closing in on a Border Patrol surveillance tower. It is not known if the fire took out the tower.

American Border Patrol   
Fire update - 3:15 PM PT   
American Border Patrol has confirmed that the latest fire started in Mexico at or near a lookout spot used by Mexican cartels and human smugglers. Video evidence and additional photos will be provided later. [Updates from KVOA-TV]

American Border Patrol     at 3 PM
Suspicious fire on the Mexican border spotted   
Glenn Spencer spotted this fire as he was driving home from Sierra Vista this afternoon. He pulled up to his house, grabbed his camera and shot these photos from his front porch. -- The top photo shows Spencer's Hummer in the foreground. The fire can be along the border in the background...

Washington Post    
Obama in full pander mode as U.S economy melts down   
San Juan -- Cheering crowds in the steamy tropical heat are expected Tuesday when President Barack Obama makes a rare presidential visit to Puerto Rico. -- But the nearly 4 million U.S. citizens who live on the island and can't vote in the general election aren't really the point...

We the People - California Crusader    
Coro CrossTalk on Immigration    
Raymond Herrera, of We the People - California Crusader, took on three rabid pro illegal alien groups at a Crosstalk CORO immigration forum, LA City Hall on June 8th. Click the link above to see Ray's segment. Click here for more info and other segments.

Associated Press   
Illegals seek info about new Georgia law   
Calhoun, Ga. -- In this northwest Georgia town where many work in the local carpet factories, people crammed into a community center to learn about Georgia's new law cracking down on illegal immigration -- some of them scared to the point they're ready to leave the state. -- The meeting was similar to others being held around the state to inform the immigrant community -- legal and illegal alike -- about the law and their rights...

Hispanically Speaking    
SPLC, ACLU radicals prepare to sue Alabama   
Leaders from key civil rights organizations gathered on a national telephonic press conference this afternoon to denounce Alabama's extreme anti-[illegal immigration] law as a radical departure from American values and to announce a court challenge. The legislation Governor Bentley signed this morning is notable for its cruelty. It turns Alabama school officials into immigration agents...

American Border Patrol       
Photo of the day   
Five of ABP's seven German Shepherds take a plunge in their pond after an early morning patrol of the Mexican border this morning...

Activist Post   
Ron Paul tells Manchester crowd inflation will hit 50 percent  
Texas congressman Ron Paul on Friday predicted that inflation will hit 50 percent in the next couple of years, thanks to the massive debt the country has accumulated. -- Paul, who spoke to admirers and Republican activists at a Manchester house party, said the inflation will act like default... [See "Hope & Change" Watch]

John Hayward -- Human Events    
Fast, furious, and useless   
The Wall Street Journal reported this morning on a huge cache of firearms seized in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, which lies across the border from El Paso, Texas. Among the other goodies taken by the Mexican police were "two dozen AK-47-style rifles, three antiaircraft machine guns, dozens of grenades and more than 26,000 rounds of ammunition."

Rasmussen Reports    
58% want English-only ballots   
When voters goes to the polls, most still want to see their ballots in English only. -- A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 58% of Likely U.S. Voters think election ballots should be printed only in English. Thirty-eight percent (38%) disagree and feel ballots should be printed in both English and Spanish...

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