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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Sarah to the Rescue?
Heading off a Perry disaster
Rick Oltman of The Immigration Tea Party -- The Examiner -- September 20   
Sarah Palin should jump into the race for the White House as soon as possible
"We're all Arizonans now. And in clear unison we say, Mr. President: Do your job. Secure our border."
    The current Republican field of candidates is interesting, but the one issue that needs real attention, not superficial attention, is the border security issue. And, former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin could energize the race and the country by getting in and making immigration enforcement a top issue.
    Sarah Palin stood next to Arizona Governor Jan Brewer in May of 2010 after the Obama Administration sued Arizona to block Senator Russell Pearce's SB 1070.
    "It's time for Americans across this great country to stand up and say, 'We're all Arizonans now,"' Palin said. "And in clear unison we say, 'Mr. President: Do your job. Secure our border.'"
Red Dot
American Patrol Report Comment: Illegal immigration is already a major issue in the campaign, but nobody knows it. The power-elite globalists are cleverly backing open-borders Perry, as they fear an Obama loss. Sarah Palin may be the only person with the courage to save us.
Red DotRelated: Ralph Nader says Sarah smarter than you think.

Infowars -- Austin, Texas      sc        
Big Sis tags coffee cups with Big Brother eye   
Homeland Security's See Something, Say Something snitch campaign is now so pervasive that Big Sis has extended the message to coffee cups, recruiting jittery coffee drinkers to spot terrorists as part of a deal with the Maryland Transit Administration, which used DHS funds to purchase the ads. -- The message appears on the sleeve of coffee cups and reads, "If you see something, say something..."

Economic Collapse Blog          
30 signs the U.S. economy is about to go into the toilet   
If you think the U.S. economy is bad now, just wait for a few months. Things are about to become absolutely nightmarish. None of the long-term economic trends that are hollowing out our economy have been addressed and more bad economic news seems to come out virtually every single day. Now there is constant talk of the "next recession" in the mainstream media...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner          
Fox News host parrots myth about illegal alien employment   
During a discussion about illegal immigration on today's Fox News' "Five at Five" show, co-host Andrea Tantaros made a claim so often heard from the open borders crowd, saying: "I don't believe that a lot of Americans want the jobs." -- That belief puts the glamorous Fox News host at odds with the majority of Americans who know better...

KTVK-TV -- Phoenix          
MCSO arrests suspected illegals in Mesa   
Three suspected illegal [aliens] were arrested by Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies for allegedly using false identification to work at a local business. -- Deputies arrested three individuals at three separate locations in Mesa Tuesday morning. All three were employed at Bowman Brothers Concrete but are accused of using false identification to work in the United States...

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix           
Lawsuit challenging SB 1070 inches ahead in U.S. court    
A lawsuit filed by a group of Arizona residents and non-profits challenging Senate Bill 1070 inched ahead Monday as U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton set deadlines for various motions and discovery related to plans by the plaintiffs to try to turn the case into a class- action lawsuit as well as an effort by the defense attorneys representing the state and counties to challenge some of the plaintiffs' legal standing...

The Hill -- Washington         sc       
'Dirty Harry' Reid threatens government shutdown   
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said Tuesday there is a chance that the government could shutter at the end of this month. -- Criticizing House Republicans for the disaster relief provisions in their budget bill, Reid told reporters, "We're not going to cave on this." -- Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Tuesday confidently predicted the two sides will come together by Thursday night...

David Haydon -- Daily Cougar -- Univ. of Houston          
Presidential debates will expose Perry   
With Gov. Rick Perry's announcement that he intends to run as the Republican presidential candidate, the political talkers, writers and reporters have been sinking their teeth into him like vampire bats. Those not in the know may assume this is because Perry is a bit of an eccentric, but the real reason is that Perry finally has to participate in debates, and people can't stop talking about it...

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram       
Texas Democrats unite to fight 'sanctuary cities' bill 
The Texas Senate's 12 Democrats formed a united front against a revived "sanctuary cities" bill Monday as Hispanic leaders argued that it would lead to racial profiling and undercut relations between law enforcement and Latino communities. -- Several Hispanic residents from Tarrant County drove to Austin to participate in a rally on the south grounds of the Capitol...

Infowars -- Austin, Texas         
Obama hides tax increases in new government fees   
The Queen of Mean, Leona Helmsley, was right --- the wealthy do not pay taxes, the little people do. Helmsley's remark is more spot on than ever as Obama prepares to raise taxes on middle income Americans under the ruse of taxing the rich. -- According to the establishment media, Obama's tax burden will hit predominantly upper income taxpayers and reduce spending on "mandatory benefit programs"...

Rasmussen Reports         
49% think neither party in Congress represents the people   
Voters are more convinced than ever that neither major political party in Washington, DC is on their side. -- Now roughly one-out-of-two Likely U.S. Voters (49%) think it's fair to say neither party in Congress is the party of the American people, up six points from a year ago. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 32% say it's not fair to characterize the two parties that way...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner          
Mexico slams U.S. lawmaker for truthful statements   
Violent and murderous drug cartels are "undermining the Mexican state," according to U.S. Representative Connie Mack (R-FL), chairman of the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee for the Western Hemisphere. -- Mack stated during the subcommittee hearing what most Americans already know, but it didn't stop vitriolic criticism of the lawmaker by officials in Mexico...

Page Gerrick -- The State Column          
Heads should roll in administration's Fast and Furious debacle   
One year ago, the phrase "Fast and Furious" would conjure images of a terrible movie franchise with fast cars, hot chicks, guys with big muscles and dreadful plot lines. Now, that phrase has morphed into an entirely different image. -- It's an image of the "straw purchases" of assault-style weapons from firearms dealers that are sometimes resold to criminal elements in Mexico...

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KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas          
Law enforcement makes plea for more manpower on border   
Brownsville -- It's a grim report from law enforcement. Federal and state authorities say we are an open doorway for drugs and violent crime. Law enforcement briefed congressional leaders about the security in our own back yard. -- The same words echoed throughout: we need more boots on the ground. The war in Mexico is no longer someone else's problem... [This as Big Sis and Obama claim the border is more secure than ever]

Associated Press         
Usual suspects want S-Comm suspended in Colorado   
Colorado immigrant rights groups are demanding changes to a report that recommends softening the Department of Homeland Security's controversial effort to identify illegal [aliens]. -- The Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition is holding a rally on Monday at the Denver Immigration Court House to demand that government officials suspend enforcement until changes are made.

American Independent         
Tea Party groups call on Perry, again, to call special session on immigration 
As the Texas Legislature's special session drew to a close in late June, Dallas-area tea party leader Katrina Pierson stood inside the nearly empty House chambers and delivered a message to a network of tea party activists around the state: with just a few days left to tighten Texas' immigration laws, Republicans were slacking off. -- In the year Texas lawmakers passed the controversial voter photo ID law...

Victorville (Calif.) Daily Press        
Administrators sue Victor Valley UHSD   
Five white male administrators who were demoted or allegedly forced to resign are suing the Victor Valley Union High School District for race and sex discrimination. -- The lawsuit alleges three black women in a bloc on the district's Board of Trustees "have developed an agenda to achieve what they characterize as 'equity' to remove Caucasian administrators from the district," according to a complaint...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner        
Illegals fight to keep driver's licenses    
During the Bush Administration, several U.S. states either passed legislation allowing illegal aliens access to driver's licenses or were toying with the idea. However, with the current administration pushing de facto amnesty and other perks for illegal aliens, states are re-evaluating their laws regarding illegal aliens...

Steve Chapman -- Chicago Tribune        
Why Obama should withdraw   
When Ronald Reagan ran for re-election in 1984, his slogan was "Morning in America." For Barack Obama, it's more like midnight in a coal mine. -- The sputtering economy is about to stall out, unemployment is high, his jobs program may not pass, foreclosures are rampant and the poor guy can't even sneak a cigarette. -- His approval rating is at its lowest level ever. His party just lost two House elections...

Terence P. Jeffrey -- CNS News         
Obama's approval at all-time low -- among liberals   
President Barack Obama's job approval among liberals tied its all-time low in the Gallup poll last week, according to survey data released today. -- In the seven-day period that ended on Sept. 18, only 68 percent of liberals told Gallup they approved of the way Obama was handling his job as president. The president's job approval among liberals had previously dropped to 68 percent...

Patrick J. Buchanan -- VDare.com         
Whose country is it, anyway?   
For the third straight year, the median income of the typical American family fell in 2010. Adjusted for inflation, it is back where it was in 1996, the longest period of zero growth since the Depression. -- And the poverty rate has inched up to 15.1 percent. -- Both figures, however, should be put in perspective. -- For example, a family can be classified as poor and own a car, a flat-screen TV and a computer...

Washington Post         
Secret recordings raise questions in ATF scandal   
In a secretly recorded conversation obtained by CBS News, gun store owner Andre Howard is heard speaking with Agent Hope McAllister about the ATF's "Fast and Furious" operation, and the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner         
City police chiefs join feds in Washington to discuss partnership   
Just about every city and county in the United States is experiencing crime problems as a result of ethnocentric crime gangs such as Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), Latin Kings, Bloods and Crips, Mexican Mafia and others, according to officials at the National Association of Chiefs of Police. -- On Thursday and Friday, September 15 and 16, the U.S. ICE hosted a "Partnerships for Public Safety" roundtable...

D.A. King -- Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal           
Perry record on immigration abysmal   
Nobody in what remains of our American Republic wants Barack Obama to be a one-term bad memory more than this long-time American. That said, count this American as firmly --- and now actively --- opposed to nominating Texas Gov. Rick Perry to serve as his replacement. -- Even with the on-going assistance of the GOP hierarchy and some semi-honest conservative talk-radio hosts...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner        
Mexican drug trafficker makes explosive claims on Operation Gunwalker 
The same drug trafficker who claims the U.S. government entered into a deal with the Sinaloa drug cartel to allow tons of drugs into the country over the last five years, has also alleged that thousands were murdered in Mexico as a result of the now, infamous ATF scheme. -- Last month, attorneys for Vicente Zambada Niebla filed documents in U.S. District Court in Chicago claiming that the government...

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