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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Placing Blame for Mexican Violence
They are both wrong
Associated Press -- April 2 
US, Mexico leaders trade barbs on drug violence
Drug war was set off by construction of new fencing.
    Washington -- The explosion of drug-fueled violence along Mexico's border with the United States could harm relations between the two nations, President Barack Obama said Monday; Mexico's leader retorted that much of the problem of drugs and guns begins on the U.S. side of the line.
    In the thick of political contests in both the United States and Mexico, Obama and Mexican President Felipe Calderon traded unusually direct claims about the cause and effect of the drug violence that has consumed a swath of northeastern Mexico. They were cordial and complimentary to one another, but did not hide the degree of worry on both sides about a six-year spasm of violence that has killed more than 47,000 people.
    "It can have a deteriorating effect overall on the nature of our relationship," Obama said. "And that's something that we have to pay attention to."
    Calderon made a government crackdown on warring drug cartels the hallmark of his six-year term, which expires later this year. His center-right party has seen its election chances fall in the face of a wide perception in Mexico that the crackdown has not worked. [...]
    Beyond the terrible human cost, the battling drug gangs in Mexico and in Central America cause economic problems and political and security concerns for the United States, Obama said.
    "If they're undermining institutions in these countries, that will impact our capacity to do business in these countries," Obama said following meetings with Calderon and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Patrick Henningsen -- Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas    
Arizona's Obama I.D. bill stuck in legislative limbo 
Phoenix -- The fate of Arizona's own Candidate Certification Bill is still yet to be determined according to its supporters inside the state capitol. -- HB 2480 would require Barack Obama to prove his eligibility as a US President, and would also determine whether his name would appear on the Grand Canyon State's ballot come November. The bill has met with extreme resistance from some members of the state government...

Alex Newman -- The New American   
Video shows border chief not concerned with illegal immigration
Current U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner David Aguilar (left) was caught on video during a 2007 town hall meeting with agents suggesting that stopping illegal immigration was not a high priority for the Border Patrol, sparking criticism from experts and even his own officers. The film was obtained exclusively by the Liberty News Network...

Dave Boyer -- Washington Times    
Meddling Mexican urges Obama, Congress to tighten gun laws  
After listening to Mexico's president lecture about the need for Washington to ban assault weapons, President Obama said Monday that the U.S. has an obligation to combat gun smuggling that he said is fueled increasingly by drug addicts in rural communities. -- Saying drug addiction in the U.S. "traditionally was very urban," Mr. Obama said at a White House news conference that is changing...

Wall Street Journal   
Fifth Circuit to DOJ: Prove you support judicial review  
Here's an interesting chain of events: 1) President Obama on Monday says the Supreme Court would be taking an "unprecedented, extraordinary step" if it struck down the Affordable Care Act, his signature legislative achievement. He adds that it would be an example of "judicial activism or a lack of judicial restraint --- that an unelected group of people would somehow overturn a duly constituted and passed law."...

Rick Oltman of The Immigration Tea Party -- The Examiner   
A deceitful diversion about immigration enforcement   
The Obama Administration has just announced the arrest of over 3,100 criminal illegal aliens in a six day period. "A record," they declare. I.C.E. director John Morton proudly announced that there are fewer criminal aliens in our neighborhoods. But, this isn't about enforcement, it's about diversion. -- This operation is a politically motivated plan to distract and divert public attention from the continued administrative amnesties that the corrupt Obama Administration perpetuates... [More from Rick Oltman]

Kurt Nimmo -- Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas    
Obamacare defense reveals contempt for Constitution    
In what the AFP described as "a highly combative salvo," Obama warned the Supreme Court on Monday that if it rules his Obamacare scheme is unconstitutional, he is prepared to make "campaign trail arguments" in defense of the mandatory health insurance law. -- "Ultimately, I am confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law..."

Boston Globe    
Feds allegedly continue to pursue deportation of Obama's 'druncle'   
Federal immigration officials are still pursuing the deportation of President Obama's uncle, Onyango Obama, to Kenya, officials said today. -- The statement from US Immigration and Customs Enforcement came a week after Onyango Obama resolved drunken driving charges and a day after the state Registry of Motor Vehicles issued him a hardship driver's license so he could get to his job as manager at two Metrowest liquor stores...

WDBD-TV -- Jackson, Miss.   
Immigration enforcement bill killed  
An immigration-enforcement bill has died because a chairman chose not to bring it up for a vote in a Mississippi Senate committee. -- However, the issue might not be dead. -- Some House members are trying to put immigration-enforcement provisions into other bills that are still alive. It's unclear whether those efforts will succeed. Senate Judiciary B Committee Chairman Hob Bryan says...

Judicial Watch via Weasel Zippers   
Subversive Obama regime to give illegals "unlawful presence waivers" 
In its quest to implement stealth amnesty, the Obama Administration is working behind the scenes to halt the deportation of certain illegal [aliens] by granting them "unlawful presence waivers." -- The new measure would apply to illegal aliens who are relatives of American citizens. Here is how it would work, according to a (DHS) announcement posted in today's Federal Register...

Fox News    
GPS mishap lands illegal alien smuggler at Canadian border 
A Mississippi man has pleaded guilty to transporting illegal [aliens] from Texas to northern New York, where he was arrested after mistakenly trying to enter Canada. -- The Watertown Daily Times reported that 34-year-old Jason Lindsey of Biloxi pleaded guilty last Friday in federal court in Syracuse. -- According to federal prosecutors, Lindsey was working for a carpet business in Gulfport, Miss., last October...

Daily Caller   
Obama touts Obamacare, urges judges defer to experts and Congress 
President Barack Obama Monday demanded that the Supreme Court uphold his far-reaching health care law, saying "we are confident that this will be upheld because it should be upheld." -- The former lecturer on constitutional law did not cite any constitutional argument for his prediction, which came Monday in a public appearance at the White House with the prime minister of Canada and the president of Mexico...

The American Dream via Family Security Matters    
Why does DHS need 450 MILLION hollow point bullets? 
Somebody out there has decided that the Department of Homeland Security needs a whole lot of ammunition. Recently it was announced that ATK was awarded a contract to provide up to 450 MILLION hollow point bullets to the Department of Homeland Security over the next five years. Is it just me, or does that sound incredibly excessive? What in the world is the DHS going to do with 450 million rounds?

Shepard Ambellas -- Intel Hub    
DNC omitted presidential natural born citizen clause, RNC clause still stands
President Obama has been under heavy pressure behind the scenes, as the media once again is in full blackout mode. -- The recent criminal investigation by Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Cold Case Posse has rendered a few new findings, one of which was announced Saturday at a conference in Surprise at which no media was present. -- Numerous speakers, including the Sheriff and his lead investigator Mike Zullo, took to the podium...

WJBK-TV -- Detroit   
Obama's illegal alien uncle on the roads again 
President Obama's uncle has reportedly been granted a hardship driver's license by the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles just a week after he lost the right to drive for 45 days in a deal in a drunken driving case. -- The license granted Monday allows 67-year-old Onyango Obama to drive from noon to midnight to get to work as manager of a Framingham liquor store...

Agence France-Presse    
Combative Obama warns Supreme Court on health law  
US President Barack Obama on Monday challenged the "unelected" Supreme Court not to take the "extraordinary" and "unprecedented" step of overturning his landmark health reform law. -- Though Obama said he was confident the court would uphold the law, the centerpiece of his political legacy, he appeared to be previewing campaign trail arguments should the nine justices strike the legislation down...

ENews Park Forest (Ill.)    
SEIU now badgering Mercedes Benz over Alabama immigration law  
A delegation representing civil rights and labor leaders will be in Berlin, Germany, on Wednesday 4th April, to urge Daimler AG and its shareholders to seek repeal of Alabama's racial profiling law, H.B. 56. The law denies fundamental civil rights to [illegal aliens] and minorities and impacts trade union activities between and among union members, inhibiting freedom of association, according to a complaint being filed today...

Fox News Latino    
Lucha Libre pits Mexican wrestlers against American 'bad guys'
U.S. sports promoters of Lucha Libre --- a genre of professional wrestling popular in Mexico since the 1930s, are targeting a growing Mexican immigrant and Mexican-American markets with more overtly political storylines revolving around immigration. --- It's a move akin to what U.S. wrestling promoters did in the 1980s and 1990s, when they took on race and the Cold War, but with a twist --- now, the American is the bad guy...

John T. Bennett -- The American Thinker -- Bellevue, Wash. 
Holder's revenge   
Reverse discrimination against whites has just begun, according to Attorney General Eric Holder. Now, the exploitation of Trayvon Martin's death has thrown the cycle of racial resentment and favoritism into overdrive. -- There has been much poisonous rhetoric following Trayvon Martin's death, and more is sure to come. It is hard to imagine that any other current topic could result in racial madness exceeding that tragedy...

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