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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

"Utmost Importance"
Bachmann says border fence needed for security
CNN -- October 17   
Bachmann: Border fence is no joke
"Bachmann and existing Arizona border fence. (Background photo taken by American Border Patrol on March 15, 2011)
    Rep. Michele Bachmann wasn't laughing Monday at Herman Cain's "joke" about building an electrified fence on the U.S.-Mexico border.
    Speaking to the media in Phoenix, the Minnesota congresswoman gave a full-throated endorsement of a border fence, but said that joking about the matter detracted from the gravity of the issue.
    This is no laughing matter, the border fence," Bachmann said. "We've seen jokes made by presidential candidates about the fence. It is not a joke. This is a real issue, and this is a serious issue."
    On Sunday, former Godfather's Pizza executive Herman Cain said remarks he made about an electrified border fence between the United States and Mexico were a joke. [...]
    On Monday, Bachmann said determining how to build a border fence was of the utmost importance for American security.
    "It is important that we actually do complete the fence in every portion," Bachmann said.
    She continued, "We need to look at terrain of the fence, and make sure we have the most appropriate fence that there is, and the most appropriate human intelligence on the ground."

Utah Pulse   
Why isn't the Obama Regime targeting Utah?   
In a piece for the Center for Immigration Studies, Utah immigration activist Ronald Mortenson says the Obama administration is turning a blind eye to Utah's new guestworker plan because it's providing "the U.S. Department of Homeland Security the cover it needs to implement a widespread amnesty for illegal aliens." -- At the same time the Justice Department aggressively goes after states that reject amnesty...

L.D. Jackson -- Salem (Ore.) News   
Operation Fast and Furious: The cover up continues   
Although I have written only sparingly about the ATF's misguided attempts to sell and track guns as they went into Mexico, Operation Fast and Furious, I have followed it with some interest. -- It is the best example of a sting operation gone bad and as a result, people have died, including one of our own Border Patrol agents. As a direct result of Fast and Furious, Agent Brian Terry was killed...

Anthony Martin -- The Examiner   
'Occupy Wall St.' Malfeasance: Obama gives loans to park owners   
The current protest phenomenon being billed as 'Occupy Wall Street,' which was originally conceived as the 'U.S. Days of Rage,' took a dramatic turn toward malfeasance yesterday when it was disclosed that Barack Obama has approved a multi-million dollar loan for the owners of Zuccotti Park in New York City--the site where most of the protesters have gathered...

Infowars -- Austin, Texas   
Feds trafficked guns to suspected criminals under Bush   
During an appearance on CBS News' Face the Nation on Sunday, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa acknowledged that an almost identical program to Fast and Furious, in which the federal government trafficked guns directly to suspected criminals, existed under the Bush administration...

Paul Nachman -- VDare.com  
A nifty feature of Alabama's new omnibus, anti-illegal alien law   
Alabama's recently enacted HB56, the "Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act," contains a multitude of nation-saving features that, one hopes, will be a model for the next round of state laws designed to compensate for the federal government's feckless-on-steroids approach to enforcing our immigration laws...

Richard K. Moore -- New Dawn 
The elite plan for a new world social order   
When the Industrial Revolution began in Britain, in the late 1700s, there was lots of money to be made by investing in factories and mills, by opening up new markets, and by gaining control of sources of raw materials. The folks who had the most money to invest, however, were not so much in Britain but more in Holland. Holland had been the leading Western power in the 1600s...

Patrick J. Buchanan -- VDare.com   
A.D. 2041 -- End of white America?    
John Hope Franklin, the famed black historian at Duke University, once told the incoming freshmen, "The new America in the 21st century will be primarily non-white, a place George Washington would not recognize." -- In his June 1998 commencement address at Portland State, President Clinton affirmed it: "In a little more than 50 years, there will be no majority race in the United States." The graduates cheered...

USA Today   
Budget cuts claim hundreds of thousands of county, city jobs   
Local governments, once a steady source of employment in tough economic times, are shedding jobs in unprecedented numbers, and heavy payroll losses are expected to persist into next year. -- The job cuts by city and county governments are helping offset modest private-sector employment gains, restraining broader job growth...

Lone Star Watchdog   
Mexico is more a threat to America's national security, not Iran    
The southern border is a war zone. The President Bush and Obama have been following the agreements of the SPP/NAU without going to Congress for advice and consent. In that agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada was done outside of law without two thirds of the US Senate to ratify it. Both Obama and Bush refuse to secure the border...

Houston Chronicle   
Rick Perry moves to stem immigration backlash   
Las Vegas -- As Texas Gov. Rick Perry prepares for the final debate of the fall season Tuesday night, he is trying to neutralize the immigration issue that has bedeviled his campaign for the past month. -- Perry's support for Texas legislation granting in-state college tuition to students who came to the United States illegally as children has proven to be very unpopular with his party's conservative core...

Rick Oltman of The Immigration Tea Party -- The Examiner   
Cal E-Verify is pro-worker   
Of all the states in the country that need to ensure their workforce is legal, California ranks at the top. The unemployment rate in California is officially over 12% which means that it is much higher. With over 20 million Americans out of work, and 8 million illegal aliens holding jobs illegally in the country... [More from Rick Oltman]

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner   
Bill to track crimes committed by illegal aliens introduced... again   
The federal government conducts studies on nearly everything, including one in which the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency spent $2.5 million to track cow flatulence and how it may contribute to global warming as well as a 1981 U.S. Department of the Army study on the proper way to buy Worcestershire sauce (Federal Specification EE-W-600F)...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner   
Cain and Arpaio meet to discuss illegals   
The GOP's surprise top presidential candidate, Herman Cain, briefly met with Arizona's Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a political conservative and Republican, on Monday. -- Arpaio who is hailed by millions of "fans" as "America's Sheriff," is known for his aggressive position on immigration enforcement and jail management, in spite of the attacks of left-wing political leaders and activists...

The Economic Collapse   
In debt up to our eyeballs   
The entire financial system of the western world is designed to be a debt spiral. The total amount of money and and the total amount of debt are supposed to continually expand. Today, we are in debt up to our eyeballs and it seems like nearly everyone is talking about "deleveraging" and reducing government debt. But in a world where the entire financial system is based on debt, is there any way...

EFE -- Madrid   
Calderon complains about receiving mostly criminals from U.S.   
Mexico, DF -- President Felipe Calderon on Monday accused U.S. authorities of deporting Mexican criminals to save on judicial costs, a policy that ostensibly "exacerbates" violence in this country. -- Within the framework of the inauguration of National Immigration Week 2011 in this capital, Calderon said that, for example, U.S. authorities "are deporting up to 80,000 people in a year" into the border cities... [This APR feature deals with this issue]

WAFF-TV -- Huntsville, Ala.   
Usual suspects throw fit over Alabama immigration law   
Athens, Ala. -- Chants, whistles and cheers were heard in the streets of Athens where more than 200 people gathered to protest Alabama's immigration law on Sunday. -- 'We want the world to see this isn't right,' said Elkmont resident Joe Ferrazas. 'This isn't the way America was built on.' -- Protesters marched down Jefferson, Elm and Elkton Streets before reaching the Limestone County courthouse to hold the rally...

Infowars -- Austin, Texas  
Pew study confirms establishment is terrified of Ron Paul    
A new study by Pew Research Center confirms that the establishment is terrified of Ron Paul's presidential campaign gaining momentum --- figures show that despite his top tier showing in national polls, the Texan Congressman has received the least media coverage out of all the Republican candidates. -- "Ron Paul loyalists have been vindicated..."

CNN  
Usual suspects to toss tantrum over Obama's immigration policies    
Latino activists said Monday they are planning a national "day of action" to protest President Barack Obama and demand an end to a controversial program involving local officials in immigration enforcement. -- Actions are scheduled for Tuesday in 10 U.S. cities, including Atlanta, New York, Houston and San Francisco...

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