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Monday, February 13, 2012

ABP Border Battles Program to Air Feb. 22
Good timing for big focus on Arizona
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Outdoor Channel crew (JB Productions) prepares to interview Glenn Spencer at ABP's ranch guest house on July 11, 2011.
Outdoor Channel 
Border Battles
AMERICAN BORDER PATROL - Glenn Spencer - Arizona
    Glenn Spencer is the founder of American Border Patrol, a spin-off of the Minutemen. He lives on a ranch 800' from the border and across from him is a warehouse used by the drug cartels. He's been protecting the border for ten years with high tech equipment he has built, including special motion detectors, cameras and unmanned drone planes! He now patrols in his Cessna. Glenn has multiple action packed encounters with the bandits and smugglers.
Red DotAmerican Patrol Report -- February 13
    The Border Battles segment featuring Glenn Spencer will air on Feb. 22, 2012. Glenn says he has been working closely with the production crew since they visited him last July. "From what I understand, the American people are going to get the first honest look at what American Border Patrol has been doing for the past ten years," Spencer said.
    The airing of the ABP segment couldn't come at a better time. "Our segment will air on the same day the Republicans hold a debate in Mesa and all the media will be here in Arizona to watch." Spencer said. "I hope they take the time to watch the Border Battles show and then come down and visit the ABP border ranch."
Note: ABP was not a spinoff of the Minutemen - it was the other way around.

Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas       sc   
Obama advisor's call for global tax part Of UN agenda for transfer of wealth
Director of the White House's national economic council Gary Sperling's announcement that a plan for a "global minimum tax" is in the works continues the efforts of Barack Obama himself to oversee a massive transfer of wealth under the auspices of the UN. -- The call also echoes similar rhetoric out of the United Nations which recently announced an agenda to impose a world tax on all financial transactions...

Ronald W. Mortensen -- Center for Immigration Studies     
Utah: America's reddest state has lost its moral compass on illegal immigration 
After suffering legislative reverses in 2008 and 2010 when bills passed that mandated the use of E-Verify, Utah's large, pro-illegal alien establishment has reasserted its political power. -- Although Utah is considered to be the reddest of the red states because it consistently elects Republicans, that does not mean that it is conservative nor does it mean that its moral compass is working...

WBUR-FM -- Boston    
America is angry, very angry...   
Through the smog and the smeariness of the seemingly ceaseless process of selecting a president, one thing is clear: Americans are seething. -- Some Americans are livid over illegal immigration. Others are ticked off about Obamacare. President Obama himself is not too happy about the way things are. "If one emotion came through in President Obama's State of the Union address," Forbes magazine notes, "it was anger."

Denver Post     
Latinos benefiting the most from U.S. job growth
After scraping by on handyman jobs for a year, Bert Qintana figured he'd have to leave his wife and teenage son at their home near Taos and find work elsewhere. -Then Qintana got a call last month from Chevron Mining, which runs a mine 20 miles away. Would he be interested in hauling muck from the molybdenum mine for $17.05 an hour? He leaped at the offer...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers   Disturbing photos      
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Cd. Juarez, Chih., Mex. -- A municipal police patrol unit was attacked Thursday morning, with gunmen firing over 50 rounds. One officer was hit in the head, and the female partner also wounded. The report does not state either has died. Unofficially, it was said that gunmen were detained, but there has been no official statement...

Rasmussen Reports    
Voters are gung-ho for use of drones but not over the U.S.   
Voters strongly approve of President Obama's decision to use unmanned drones to go after terrorists, but they're much less excited about the use of such aircraft for surveillance on the home front. -- The president recently acknowledged that the United States has a secret drone program for killing al-Qaeda and Taliban terrorists, and the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that...

Obama proposes $800 million in aid for "Arab Spring"   
The White House announced plans on Monday to help "Arab Spring" countries swept by revolutions with more than $800 million in economic aid, while maintaining U.S. military aid to Egypt. -- In his annual budget message to Congress, President Barack Obama asked that military aid to Egypt be kept at the level of recent years -- $1.3 billion -- despite a crisis triggered by an Egyptian probe...

D.A. King -- Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal   
Far left Media Matters gets some airing-out in the Daily Caller
The Washington D.C. - based Daily Caller has started a multi-part report (Inside Media Matters: Sources, memos reveal erratic behavior, close coordination with White House and news organizations) focused on the inner workings of the hard-left intimidation tool, Media Matters. It is well worth a read - if only to confirm what most conservatives who go beyond headlines already know: Media Matters works hand-in-hand with...

John Miano -- Center for Immigration Studies     
Why Obama doesn't have a clue   
The H-1B program has been in the news lately as a result of President Obama's nonsensical response to a woman whose husband is an unemployed engineer. -- When confronted with the question of why the U.S. is importing foreign engineers when Americans are out of work, the president respond, "There is a huge demand around the country for engineers."

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner     
The murder spree you've never heard of   
On February 10, 2011, police in Prince William County, VA, arrested Jose Oswaldo Reyes Alfaro, 37, after he allegedly went on a shooting and slashing spree which left three people dead and three others wounded. When he was taken into custody, the Salvadoran national had in his possession, a machete as well as a .38 caliber revolver. -- The two separate attacks occurred only a few blocks apart...

ACLJ to Supreme Court: Uphold SB-1070   
Representing 57 members of Congress and more than 65,000 Americans, the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) today urged the Supreme Court to overturn a federal appeals court decision that declared the Arizona immigration law unconstitutional. -- "Our argument is clear: Arizona has the constitutional authority to implement policies to protect its borders and citizens - policies that mirror federal immigration law...

Washington Watcher -- VDare.com     
"High Fences, Wide Gates": CPAC continues immigration cop-out
As others at VDARE.com have written (see here and here), our Peter Brimelow's presence on a panel at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) occasioned outrage from the Left. And. predictably, the Mainstream Media is dutifully repeating these charges with headlines like "Immigration speaker sparks controversy at CPAC" [By Leigh Ann Caldwell, CBS, February 11, 2012]...

Scott Lazarowitz -- LewRockwell.com    
Why are government bureaucrats turning America into Nazi Germany? 
I'm sorry to put it in such a crass way, but that is exactly what they are doing. Ever since the September 11th attacks, these power-grabbing scoundrels have been putting policies in place that were planned well before 9/11, searching us, tracking, frisking, scanning, taxing and regulating and spying on us. -- The War on Terror and the War on Drugs have a combined effect of really being the government's war on us...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner            sc   
Obama's "Truth Team" only being told half-truths    
The Obama 2012 campaign hopes to enlist 2 million supporters to join an effort dubbed the "Truth Team." -- On Monday, the Obama campaign stated: "The goal is to ensure that when Republicans attack President Obama's record, grassroots supporters can take ownership of the campaign and share the facts with the undecided voters in their lives."

American Border Patrol       
Photo of the day   
American Border Patrol German Shepherds check out slots in border fence near ABP's ranch. ABP has received reports that smugglers are passing small packages of drugs through these slots that were installed as flood control devices...

Daily Caller    
Inside Media Matters: Sources, memos reveal erratic behavior, close coordination with White House and news organizations   
David Brock was smoking a cigarette on the roof of his Washington, D.C. office one day in the late fall of 2010 when his assistant and two bodyguards suddenly appeared and whisked him and his colleague Eric Burns down the stairs. -- Brock, the head of the liberal nonprofit Media Matters for America, had told friends...

San Antonio Express-News     
Obama aggressively courting Latinos   
President Barack Obama is aggressively courting Latinos crucial to his re-election bid as Republican presidential hopefuls risk alienating the minority community with immigration proposals designed to attract conservative primary voters. -- To advance Obama's standing with Latinos, the White House has organized policy "summits" for administration officials and Hispanic leaders in key states and communities...

OANow.com -- Opelika, Ala.     
State ACLU plans immigration law protest at Capitol   
Auburn, Ala. -- A representative from the American Civil Liberties Union of Alabama says the rights group plans to protest at the State Capitol this week and lobby lawmakers to repeal the state's anti-immigration law during the current legislative session. -- "For a number of reasons, ACLU of Alabama feels HB56 is an unconstitutional law and that is why they are litigating the law," said Elizabeth Brezovich...

Dr. Jerome R. Corsi -- WorldNetDaily.com     
100,000 line up to back Sheriff Joe   
Officials with Grassfire Nation, a key coordinating group for tea-party-type activities and issues, say the Department of Justice's investigation of Maricopa, Ariz., County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is nothing more than a political attack. -- And to offer encouragement to the sheriff, Darla Dawald, representing the Grassfire Nation group, has presented Arpaio with a petition of some 100,000 signatures from people...

Heather Mac Donald -- City Journal -- New York     
California's demographic revolution   
California is in the middle of a far-reaching demographic shift: Hispanics, who already constitute a majority of the state's schoolchildren, will be a majority of its workforce and of its population in a few decades. This is an even more momentous development than it seems. Unless Hispanics' upward mobility improves, the state risks becoming more polarized economically and more reliant on a large government safety net...

Bob Chapman -- The International Forecaster    
Unemployment, foreclosures, rising debts and despair: America's social crisis 
2012 is going to be a difficult year, but not as dreadful as anticipated. The neutralization process, as usual, we covered over by the availability of money and credit. We have already seen that via Fed $1 trillion loans to the ECB and the admission by the Fed that QE 3 is on the way. In Europe banks have borrowed $3.2 trillion and they find they will need $1 trillion more...

Peter Ferrara -- Forbes     
Don't be fooled, the Obama unemployment rate is 11%   
When Barack Obama entered office in January, 2009, the labor force participation rate was 65.7%, meaning nearly two-thirds of working age Americans were working or looking for work. -- When the recession supposedly officially ended in June, 2009, the labor force participation rate was still 65.7%. -- In the latest, much celebrated, unemployment report, the labor force participation rate had plummeted to 63.7%...

New York Daily News    
Obama's birth control shift jeered by GOP pols, presidential candidates
..."Does that sound like a compromise?" asked talker Glenn Beck. -- "It's not a retreat," scoffed columnist Michelle Malkin. "It's a re-trick." -- The controversy erupted in January after the administration ruled a requirement in last year's national healthcare law that workplace health insurance plans provide contraceptive services applies to religious organizations...

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