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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

States vs. Obama
Attorneys General site illegal administration actions
Republican State Leadership Committee -- March
Attorneys General Join Forces to Call Into Account Illegal Obama Administration Violations
Source: Attorneys General Tom Horne, Arizona; Pam Bondi, Florida; Sam Olens, Georgia; Bill Schuette, Michigan; Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma; Marty Jackley, South Dakota; Alan Wilson, South Carolina; Greg Abbott, Texas; Ken Cuccinelli, Virginia
    As chief legal officers of the states and commonwealths, attorneys general are the last line of defense against an increasingly overreaching federal government. Attorneys general have a duty to uphold the laws of their respective states and uphold the U.S. and state constitutions.
    One of the ways in which attorneys general protect the integrity of state laws and constitutions is by carefully reviewing the actions of the federal government and responding when they break the law or overstep the bounds of the Constitution. [...]
List of Violations [...]
DOJ: Arizona Immigration; In violation of 10th Amendment, federal government to sue to prevent AZ from using reasonable measures to discourage illegal immigration within Arizona's borders; Affects Arizona because state has a large percentage, compared to other states, of illegal immigrants and need to be able to act to reduce the number
DOJ: Alabama Immigration; The DOJ challenged Alabama's immigration reform laws after parts were "green lighted" by a federal judge; [...]
DOJ: South Carolina Immigration; DOJ challenged South Carolina's immigration reform laws that are very similar to the AZ which is scheduled to appear before the United States Supreme Court...

Edwin Mora -- CNS News  sc   
9th 'Circus' Court defers to White House on deportation cases 
Does the Obama administration intend to enforce the nation's immigration laws or not? Two Republicans are asking that question, after a federal appeals court halted the deportation of five suspected illegal aliens on Monday, asking the Obama administration whether it plans to stop the deportations. -- In a 2-1 ruling, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals set a March 19 deadline for the Obama administration to...

U.S. Rep. Ron Paul -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.  
Fed up with the Fed    
While the Fed has recently released an unprecedented amount of information on its activities, there is still much that remains unknown. Predictably, every push towards transparency has been fought tooth and nail. It took disclosure requirements enacted within the Dodd-Frank Act to get the Fed to provide data on its emergency lending facilities. It took lawsuits filed by Bloomberg and Fox News to provide data...

Robert Spencer -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.   
Impeach Pennsylvania's Sharia judge    
The facts of the case are clear: Ernest Perce, a young atheist in Pennsylvania, marched in a Halloween parade dressed as "Zombie Muhammad." A Muslim, Talaag Elbayomy, grew enraged when he saw Perce's costume, and began choking him while trying to pull off the fake beard that Perce had glued onto his face. -- Perce went to the police, and so did Elbayomy --- the latter under the mistaken impression that it was illegal...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers   Disturbing photos      
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Every year between January and March, U.S. college administrations remind their students to exercise caution while on spring break. These well-meaning guidelines often go unread by their intended recipients, as do travel warnings issued to citizens by the U.S. State Department. Many regular visitors to Mexican resort areas believe they are safe from transnational criminal organizations...

Jim Galloway -- Atlanta Journal-Constitution   
A brief GOP flirtation with a Georgia version of the Dream Act   
A few minutes ago, the state Senate approved, on a 34-19 vote, a measure to bar illegal [aliens] from Georgia's 60 public colleges. -- The topic, again, was fraught with emotion. But one of the more nuanced voices belonged to the leader of Senate Republicans in the chamber, President pro tem Tommie Williams, R-Lyons. -- Williams represents south Georgia farm country, and he began by talking about...

Brewer: Both parties have failed Arizona   
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on Tuesday slammed the federal government for its failure to secure the nation's border, according to a report. -- At a border-security expo in Phoenix, the Republican governor said the government's "abdication of responsibility is the overarching outrage" of America's illegal immigration crisis, The Associated Press reported on Tuesday...

Rick Oltman of The Immigration Tea Party -- The Examiner   
DHS released false and misleading border crossing data   
Congressman Darrell Issa, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, and Congressman Jason Chaffetz, Chairman of the Sub-Committee on National Security and Homeland Defense have sent a letter to DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano informing her that they are investigating allegations from DHS employees that the agency has released "false and misleading border crossing data..." [More from Rick Oltman]

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner   
Calderon and Biden: U.S. guns fuel Mexican violence and crime   
Like a drowning man desperately clutching for a lifesaver, Mexico's President Felipe Calderon on Monday demanded that more be done by the United States law enforcement community to curtail arms trafficking along the U.S.-Mexico border, a U.S. drug enforcement agent tells the Law Enforcement Examiner. -- During his meeting with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden in Mexico City, President Felipe Calderon said...

The Vetting, Part I: Barack's love song to Alinsky   
Prior to his passing, Andrew Breitbart said that the mission of the Breitbart empire was to exemplify the free and fearless press that our Constitution protects--but which, increasingly, the mainstream media denies us. -- "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? --- "Who guards the guardians?" Andrew saw himself in that role --- as a guardian protecting Americans from the left's "objective" loyal scribes...

Nogales (Arizona) International   
Border Patrol tests blimp-mounted surveillance system in Nogales
That Beluga whale you may have seen in the western Nogales sky on Monday is actually a tethered blimp being tested by the Border Patrol. -- The aerostat is equipped with surveillance equipment and is on a test flight here for the next week or so, said Border Patrol spokesman Lloyd Easterling. It was first deployed on Monday over the Border Patrol station off La Quinta Road...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner   
We could deport 1 million illegals nearly 60 years ago, but can't today?
While we are constantly being told by President Obama and Republican contenders such as Newt Gingrich that we simply "cannot deport millions of people." However, history proves this to be a lie. -- In 1954, President Dwight David Eisenhower appointed his West Point classmate and 101st Airborne Division veteran Gen. Joseph "Jumpin' Joe" Swing as head of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service...

Wall Street Journal  
Tech titans aid and abet illegal aliens    
A group of Silicon Valley technology leaders, impatient with attempts to rewrite immigration laws, is funding efforts to help [illegal aliens] attend college, find jobs and stay in the country despite their illegal status. -- The group includes Jeff Hawkins, inventor of the Palm Pilot; and the family foundations of Andrew Grove, co-founder of Intel Corp.; and Mark Leslie, founder of the former Veritas Software Corp...

Daily Caller  
Holder appoints Taliban defender to senior Justice Department position  
One of the few Americans with the distinction of having been a terrorist's defense attorney has been named number three in command at the Justice Department. -- Attorney General Eric Holder announced Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division Tony West's promotion to Acting Associate Attorney General last week. -- Harvard- and Stanford-educated with a long legal career, West also has the distinction of...

Jim Galloway -- Atlanta Journal-Constitution   
A brief GOP flirtation with a Georgia version of the Dream Act   
A few minutes ago, the state Senate approved, on a 34-19 vote, a measure to bar illegal immigrants from Georgia's 60 public colleges. -- The topic, again, was fraught with emotion. But one of the more nuanced voices belonged to the leader of Senate Republicans in the chamber, President pro tem Tommie Williams, R-Lyons. -- Williams represents south Georgia farm country, and he began by talking about...

Brenda Walker -- VDare.com   
Illegals get billions in IRS cash for kids; Phony Mahony approves
This story is not exactly news but is a helpful reminder that illegal alien kiddies still get their lawbreaking parents over $4 billion yearly in cash payouts taken from citizen taxpayers. -- In addition, the video report below is distinguished by the appearance of now-retired Cardinal Roger Mahony of Los Angeles speaking in support of freebies for diverse foreign lawbreakers...

Infowars -- Austin, Texas   
Big Sis and DHS move on campus   
The Department of Homeland Security has moved its surveillance operations on campus. -- On Thursday of last week, DHS boss Janet Napolitano appointed University of Montana President Royce Engstrom to a newly formed council, the Homeland Security Advisory Council. -- It is made up of 19 university and college heads from around the country and will "advise the department on a wide range of issues...."

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner   
Holder questioned about Agent Zapata murder's link to Fast & Furious   
Last Tuesday, Attorney General Eric Holder once again testified before the House Oversight Committee about revelations that officials at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) were aware of straw buying by Mexican weapons-trafficker Manuel Barba during a several month span and that one of those weapons was discovered at the murder scene of [ICE] Agent Jaime Zapata...

Jason Ditz -- AntiWar.com   
Holder: Assassinating Americans 'legal and constitutional'   
March 5 -- Speaking today at Northwestern University, Attorney General Eric Holder insisted that the president has an absolute right under the context of the "war on terror? to order the assassination of American citizens overseas, saying that the nature of a war against a "stateless enemy" meant that assassinations could happen anywhere...

Daily Caller    
Trump: Obama will start a war with Iran to win re-election   
During an appearance on the "Jay Severin Show" on Boston's Talk 1200, real estate mogul and media personality Donald Trump predicted that President Barack Obama would start a war with Iran for the sole purpose of winning re-election in November. -- Trump said starting a war worked for former President George W. Bush, giving him temporary high approval ratings, and he said Obama is almost certainly eyeballing a similar polling bump...

Patrick J. Buchanan -- VDare.com   
Obama's remaking of America   
Anyone who believes America's culture wars are behind her should have started out Friday reading The Washington Times. -- The headlines on the three top stories on page one read: "California judges asked to say if they are gay." -- "'Tebow Bill' for home-schoolers dies in Virginia Senate panel." -- "Opt-out on birth control defeated in Senate."

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas    
Texas Homeland Security chief says 6 cartels operating in Texas   
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. They trafficked 269 percent more meth and 648 percent more heroin...

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