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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

TIME For the Truth
Calderon didn't start the Mexican drug war -- we did
Tim Padgett -- Time Magazine -- July 6
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Day of the Dead
    [...] A Criminal Insurgency
    It has been more than four years since Calderón started a military campaign against spiraling drug savagery, backed by a $1.5 billion pledge of U.S. aid. The cartels — there are at least six major gangs and several smaller outfits — reacted by unleashing a wave of violence, fighting for turf. Calderón insists this shows the gangs are rattled, but his critics say his strategy has often made matters worse. Drug lords are now engaged in an arms race, firing everything from assault rifles to rocket-propelled grenades at the army, police, rival gangsters and any civilians who get in their way.
Red Dot
Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report
As I explained to Sen. John McCain last year, the Mexican drug war started when we began building the border fence along the Goldwater bombing range in Arizona. Cartels began fighting over remaining routes into the U.S.
    The MSM refuse to admit this because they, along with the entire liberal establishment, including McCain, hate the fence (and me for telling the truth) with a passion usually reserved for the likes of Adolph Hitler.
    And, to prove we don't need a fence anyway and can grant amnesty, the NY Times is now telling us Mexicans are staying home.

American Independent           sc        
Tea Party groups urge Perry to call new special session to toughen immigration laws   
While Gov. Rick Perry's push for legislation banning "sanctuary cities" won him a cool reception from Texas Latino leaders last month, the bill's failure has sparked a fresh round of criticism for Perry, this time from a statewide network of Tea Party groups...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner       
Ron Paul: Scrap U.S. airport security agency    
During a weekend broadcast, GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul of Texas proposed getting rid of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration. -- In addition to Rep. Ron Paul, Rep. John Mica top Republican congressman, on transportation safety and security issues blasted the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for its federal workforce of airport screeners or Transportation Security Officers (TSOs)...

David North        
As U.S. gets more like Mexico, more Mexicans stay in Mexico   
The New York Times' lead story this morning made an interesting case for what it sees as a decline in illegal migration from Mexico to the U.S. -- But it played down a central element of the picture: the fact that the U.S., with its widespread poverty and huge wages gaps between the rich and the poor, is rapidly getting to be more like Mexico...

Fox News      
ATF Director: Holder's boys obstructing 'Gunwalker' investigation   
This video report aired on the Fox News Channel on the morning of July 6, 2011. [Related story]

Los Angeles Times       sc             
14 illegals nabbed on boat off Laguna Beach   
More than a dozen Illegal [aliens] were arrested at El Morro Beach after a panga was spotted offshore over the weekend, federal officials said. -- Border Patrol agents arrested 14 Mexican nationals on Saturday. They believe four fled in the vessel. -- The boat was spotted off the coastline about 5 a.m., said Jerry Conlin...

Business moves to stop immigration bill    
Miami -- Business leaders are mobilizing against forcing employers to verify their workers' immigration status, predicting dire effects on farming and tourism. -- On Tuesday, executives from several states spoke out against the "E-verify" plan proposed by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith, R-Texas, in a telephone news conference set up by the National Immigration Forum...

Obama mandate could provide amnesty for many illegals  
The White House, acting through John Morton, Director of ICE at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, has set up a mandate that could wind up granting amnesty to many illegal aliens. -- Morton dared not act without White House approval, and the president ignored the constitutional requirement for congressional action on immigration reform legislation...

Janice Kephart -- Center for Immigration Studies       
Napolitano releasing a border strategy tomorrow; does anyone care?  
Local TV in Arizona has reported that on Thursday, July 7, 2011, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, with Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Alan Bersin and Drug Czar Gil Kerlikowske, will be announcing the 2011 Southwest Border Counternarcotics Strategy in Nogales, Arizona...

End of the American Dream         
Pols are selling off pieces of U.S. with help of Goldman Sachs   
All over the United States, politicians are selling off key pieces of infrastructure to foreign investors and big Wall Street banks like Goldman Sachs are helping them do it. State and local governments across the country that are drowning in debt and that are desperate for cash are increasingly turning to the "privatization" of public assets... [See Obama Watch]

Dutch on Multiculturalism: Enough!   
The Dutch government appears to be abandoning years of efforts to become multicultural after discovering that allowing Muslim immigrants to grow a "parallel society" in the Netherlands has costs. -- Dutch Interior Minister Piet Hein Donner has proposed a bill that will require immigrants to learn Dutch and mandate that all immigrants learn the Dutch culture and the Dutch legal system...

Tom Tancredo        
The story of how the Mexican Army tortured and jailed Shohn Huckabee 
There are two vastly different versions of what landed west Texan, Shohn Huckabee in a Mexican prison. -- This week a Mexican judge will rule again, on which one is correct. -- The two stories go like this: the Mexican military says border guards spotted Shohn, 24 and his buddy looking nervous on their way back into the U.S. in December 2009...

Tara Servatius -- The American Thinker -- Bellevue, Wash       
Obama Regime memo reveals scheme to incentivize illegals   
By now, the word is probably spreading like wildfire on the country's Spanish language radio stations that cater to illegal [aliens]. Get pregnant, or conceive a child with your spouse or significant other, and you likely won't be deported. -- Already have a child? Bring them here to America illegally. If you can prove you are the guardian of a minor, the government will likely take deportation off the table... [See Obama Watch]

Allan Wall -- VDare.com       
Are they Hispanics or Americans?   
The recent proposed legislation in Texas, though mild by the standards of Arizona and other states, was a step in the right direction. SB 9 would have just allowed (not required) Texas law enforcement officers to investigate the legal status of those stopped or detained for other reasons. (It would also have eliminated grants for cities that actually forbid cooperation with the immigration authorities.)

Ron Paul plan puts TSA 'gropers' under the law   
A plan by Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, would attack head-on the issue of federal agents of the Transportation Security Administration "groping" airline passengers at security checkpoints by specifying that screeners "are not immune" from laws that limit physical contact with other people...

KLTV -- Tyler, Texas        
Proof of citizenship to obtain, or renew Texas driver's license 
Texans may soon have to prove they are a US citizen if they want to get, or renew a driver's license. Tucked into the must- pass state school finance bill is a provision that will soon become a law once Governor Rick Perry signs it. -- "There are 20 million illegal aliens in the United States, if you are here illegally in the United States you are not authorized to drive without a driver's license in Texas," said State Rep. Leo Berman...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner       
Holder allegedly protected Hamas-linked CAIR for political reasons   
In a case that is sure to anger many Americans, Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced Friday that it has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Justice (DOJ) for failing to respond to its request for public records under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 11-01121))...

Infowars -- Austin, Texas     
Relentless drive by globalists to kill the Constitution   
In America, the main obstacle to complete domination by the bankster elite is the Constitution. Over the last few years, they have used their corporate media to attack constitutionalists and portray them as violent lunatics who threaten the security of the United States. -- It is no secret that the establishment Republican party hates and fears Ron Paul...

Coming Up
July 20
Tommy's Bistro -- Casa Grande, Arizona
Kickoff Dinner for SB 1406

Los Angeles Times      
Salaries of White House aides in stratosphere as economy tanks   
In his numerous fund-raising and policy speeches around the country these days, President Obama often bemoans the difficult economic times and uncertainties afflicting millions of Americans, including the nearly 14 million still seeking work unsuccessfully. -- The Democrat argues that his administration needs more time to straighten out the economic mess left by somebody else...

W. James Antle, III -- American Spectator        
Obama Regime selectively enforcing immigration laws   
...Despite regularly touting record deportations, the Obama administration has twice been caught red-handed discussing an administrative amnesty for illegal [aliens]. Senate Republicans obtained a memo circulated within the upper reaches of the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services outlining ways immigration bureaucrats and attorneys could use their discretion... [See Morton Watch]

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner       
Maritime operations still need improvement   
Recent events, such as the seaborne terrorist attack on Mumbai in 2008 and the pirate attack on the Quest in February 2011, highlight maritime threats to the United States. The maritime domain presents a range of potential security threats -- including naval forces of adversary nations, piracy, and the use of vessels to smuggle people, drugs, and weapons -- which could harm the United States and its interests...

D.A. King key to crafting illegal immigration bill   
Atlanta -- With the fate of a proposal to crack down on illegal immigration still unknown in the frenetic final days of Georgia's legislative session, the bill's author was spotted several times huddled in hushed discussions in the Capitol hallways with D.A. King. -- King, 59, has been a permanent fixture at the Capitol for years... [See The Dustin Inman Society]

Real Clear Politics       
Krauthammer: "Middle-aged may never get employed again"   
"The problem is at the consumer level, confidence is low and that is because, as you showed, showed we had underemployment with one out of every six Americans. The worst element of that is that among the unemployed, against the American history, more than approaching half, have [been] unemployed for over six months..." [See "Hope & Change" Watch]

David North -- Center for Immigration Studies        
H-1B Applicants: Purer than Ivory Soap?   
Ivory Soap is famously "99.44% pure", but as far as U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is concerned, its H-1B applicants seem to be even more pristine --- they are 99.52 percent pure, or at least approvable. -- USCIS is widely known as the agency that loves to say "Yes!" to aliens seeking benefits, but the extent of that enthusiasm was not clear until the Center for Immigration Studies obtained...

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