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Monday, March 5, 2012

Arizona -- Obama's Waterloo?
Challenges range from border to birth certificate
American Patrol Report -- March
    On March 1, 2012, Arizona stood up and defended itself. On that day, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's cold case posse found that the birth certificate Obama says is his is a forgery. "Based on all of the evidence presented and investigated, I cannot in good faith report to you that these documents are authentic," Sheriff Arpaio said. "My investigators believe that the long-form birth certificate was manufactured electronically and that it did not originate in paper format as claimed by the White House." (Washington Times)
Also on March 1, the Arizona State Senate passed SB 1083, Senator Allen's "Special Missions Unit" of 300 volunteers would help secure the U.S.-Mexico border.
    This followed a presentation by Glenn Spencer of Border Technology, Inc., to Allen's border committee on a system to detect and count everyone crossing the border illegally.
   Arizona is now directly challenging Obama on border security and his own legitimacy.
    "Obama and the Senate Democrats will rue the day when they got up and cheered when the president of Mexico attacked Arizona for trying to defend itself," said Glenn Spencer of American Patrol Report.

San Antonio Express-News  
More than 9 tons of pot seized near Carrizo Springs
Border Patrol agents in Carrizo Springs set a pair of records Saturday, seizing more than nine tons of marijuana. -- Agents set the record for the largest single marijuana seizure ever in the Del Rio Sector at about 8:20 a.m. Saturday when they stopped a tractor-trailer pulling two large metal tanks. Inside, agents found nearly 12,000 pounds of pot...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers   Disturbing photos      
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
The Texas Homeland Security chief gave new numbers to state lawmakers about exactly how many drugs cartels are pushing across our borders. -- Texas Homeland Security Chief Steve McCraw says there are six cartels operating in Texas. Those cartels pushed 109 percent more marijuana through 59 border counties between 2008 and 2011...

Capitol News Service   
Pearce offers to testify before US Senate panel over SB 1070    
U.S. senators may get a chance to hear about SB 1070 from an Arizonan - but not from the person the subcommittee chair originally sought. -- Former state Senate President Russell Pearce has offered to answer questions about the immigration law that Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., posed earlier this month to Gov. Jan Brewer. Schumer has set an April 24 hearing of his Subcommittee...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner   
Gunmen carry out attack in Mexican hospital    
Culiacan, Sin., Mex. -- On Thursday, a group of armed individuals entered the Rehabilitation and Specialties Clinic and assassinated Jesus Ramon Angulo Vega, a patient at the facility. -- In the melee, the gunmen killed three others, including hospital security guard Manuel Roberto Vargas, and police officer Israel Herrera Parra. -- Officer Herrera was shot down in front of his wife...

Kurt Nimmo -- Infowars -- Austin, Texas   
H.R. 347: Another step in the elimination of the First Amendment 
It is fairly obvious Obama and Congress rushed through H.R. 347 in order to curtail demonstrations that will undoubtedly occur during both Democrat and Republican conventions this summer. Also known as the "Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011," the bill makes it a felony to disrupt or protest at any place or event attended by any person with secret service protection...

Paul Joseph Watson -- Infowars -- Austin, Texas   
Holder to justify killing Americans on foreign soil   
Attorney General Eric Holder will today attempt to justify the Obama administration’s policy of state-sponsored assassination, as he prepares to give a speech explaining how the U.S. government can arbitrarily kill U.S. citizens on foreign soil. -- "Holder plans to say in a major speech on Monday at Northwestern University law school in Chicago that lethal force is legal under a Sept. 18, 2001, joint congressional resolution," reports the Associated Press.

Washingtonian Magazine  
John Morton is in the hot seat on immigration  
There may not be a job in Washington harder or more thankless than the one John Morton holds. -- As director of [ICE], Morton is the point person for the nation's immigration enforcement -- and the main target for everyone who disagrees with the Obama administration's approach. -- Whether you're listening to his critics on the right, who think Morton is an apologist for the administration's back-door amnesty policies...

Fox News   
Georgia to take up bill banning illegals from colleges   
The Georgia Senate is expected to take up Senate Bill 458 on Monday's floor session that, if passed, would ban [illegal aliens] from state colleges and universities. -- It must pass out of the Senate by Crossover Day on Wednesday or the legislation dies. The bill would bar [illegal aliens] from all state colleges, universities and technical schools and also makes tweaks to other state laws...

Lawrence Sellin, PhD -- Family Security Matters   
Sheriff Arpaio: 'I suspect a forgery.' Now what?   
At a March 1, 2012 press conference, Arizona's Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said: "President Barack Obama's long-form birth certificate released by the White House on April 27, 2011, is suspected to be a computer-generated forgery, not a scan of an original 1961 paper document as represented by the White House when the long-form birth certificate was made public."

American Patrol Report   
NPR ignoramuses   
In a story about Obama's birth certificate, NPR says: "For the record, we opened the file using Adobe Photoshop and found that it contained only a single layer of information." -- Glenn Spencer reports that he opened the file in Adobe Illustrator, which he as been using for 25 years, and found nine layers. -- "The people at NPR are either totally incompetent or they are deliberately trying to mislead us," Spencer said. (The birth certificate pdf can be downloaded here)

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix   
10 suspected illegals captured   
A man suspected of transporting 10 people believed to be in the country illegally was arrested Monday morning after running from authorities along the Interstate 10 freeway near Wild Horse Pass Boulevard, authorities said. -- A Department of Public Safety officer went to speak with the driver of a vehicle when the man got out of the vehicle and took off running, according to the Department of Public Safety...

Frank Salvato -- Family Security Matters  
Breitbart: A true son of liberty   
I was, yet again, set to write about the reprehensible behavior of the Republican presidential candidates and their enabling by the Republican National Committee when news broke of the passing of Conservative new media publisher and advocate, Andrew Breitbart. To be certain, the loss of Mr. Breitbart, at the incredibly young age of 43, is not only a loss for the Conservative political community, it is a tragedy for his family...

Obama Camp to Arpaio: Here's birth certificate (mug)!   
The Obama campaign has launched an effort to raise money off of the criminal investigation by a Cold Case Posse in Arizona into Barack Obama's eligibility. -- Less than 24 hours after Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio held a news conference to announce that his investigators found probable cause that the Obama birth certificate image released last year is a forgery, an email seeking donations was dispatched...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner   
Geithner says feds are coming after tax evaders   
As tax day --- April 15, 2012 --- fast approaches, the Internal Revenue Service will be even more aggressive in collecting back taxes and prosecuting Americans accused of tax evasion than it has in the past, according to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner. -- The Internal Revenue Service, one of the Treasury Department's agencies, claims that billions of dollars in income tax assessments were not paid by Americans...

Fort Worth Star-Telegram   
Some say re-election fear is driving gun sales
Enthusiasts are stocking up on guns and ammunition, and some in the industry are wondering whether sales are spiking as they did after Democrat Barack Obama won the presidency in 2008. -- That rush created a nationwide shortage. -- "We're at the top of the roller coaster and we're about to plummet down the side," said DeWayne Irwin, owner of the Cheaper Than Dirt gun store in north Fort Worth...

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