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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Globalists May Slip on Greece
Citizens angry over massive migration
Associated Press -- April 30 
Far-right party on rise in Greece
The extreme Golden Dawn party has been gathering food and clothing to deliver to the needy while vowing to oust mainstream politicians and kick illegal immigrants out of the country.
    Athens -- Reeling from a vicious financial crisis that has cost them pensions and jobs, Greeks have been turning away in droves from the mainstream politicians they feel have let them down. Another political force is trying to tap the void, with blunt promises to "clean up" the country.
    It's one that could see Europe's most extreme far-right deputies take up seats in Greece's Parliament in crucial May 6 elections.
    Black-clad Golden Dawn members have been storming across the campaign trail across Greece, stopping to chat at cafes and shops, handing out fliers promising security in crime-ridden neighborhoods --- and vowing to kick out immigrants.
    Greece's borders, they say, must be sealed with land mines to stop illegal crossing into a country that became the entry point for 90 percent of the European Union's illegal migrants. Authorities estimate there are about 1 million migrants living in this country of 11 million.

Eddie Garcia -- Daily Caller     sc  
Romney won't win over Hispanics by flip-flopping on immigration 
A familiar phantom is being taken out of the closet, dusted off and used to spook nervous Republicans in an election year. Hispanic voters, the argument goes, will punish Mitt Romney and other Republicans at the polls if they fail to distance themselves from the "hard line" Romney took in the GOP primaries when he endorsed things like making English the official language and self-deportation for illegal [aliens]...

Toby Harnden -- London Daily Mail   
SEALs slam Obama over alleged Osama killing  
Serving and former US Navy SEALs have slammed President Barack Obama for taking the credit for killing Osama bin Laden and accused him of using Special Forces operators as 'ammunition' for his re-election campaign. -- The SEALs spoke out to MailOnline after the Obama campaign released an ad entitled 'One Chance.' -- In it President Bill Clinton is featured saying that Mr. Obama...

WSB-TV -- Atlanta    
Husband wants justice as wife's accused killer walks free in Mexico  
A Channel 2 Investigation found a local fugitive charged with murder, hiding in plain sight in Mexico. -- The shore of Lake Lanier is where Jesus Murillo Bravo finds peace, and prays for justice. -- His mind is focused on Maria Reyes, his wife of 15 years and Jorge Montiel, the man charged with her death. -- "Every year, I remember what happened October 13," Bravo said...

WSB-TV -- Atlanta    
Radical leftists toss tantrum in Atlanta  
A May Day rally at the state capitol brought together two themes: immigration and workers' rights. -- The Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights said the rally showed solidarity for legal and illegal [alien] workers, students and the labor movement. -- "Immigrants are workers... everything's linked together," said Georgina Perez, with the alliance...

Allan Wall    
Is it worse to be a murderer or a "racist"?  
In Tulsa, Oklahoma, during the early hours of April 6th, two men, Jacob England and Alvin Watts, entered a predominantly black neighborhood and started shooting people. They shot 5 black people, 3 of whom died. -- Police arrested the perpetrators two days later. They confessed and were charged with three counts of first degree murder and two counts of shooting with intent to kill.

Alan Caruba -- Family Security Matters    
Coincidences, truth, and propaganda  
On April 18th I received an email from the Sierra Club announcing that "We're endorsing President Obama for reelection. We've made too much progress over the past four years to give it all back to Big Polluters." -- Among the Sierra Club's many projects to plunge the nation back to the golden days of reading by candle light and transportation by horse has been "Beyond Oil."

D.A. King -- Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal    
Some bothersome facts about illegal immigration  
Some illegal immigration facts that may be of interest to curious readers during Georgia's campaign season: In the Republican-controlled state Capitol, the Georgia General Assembly that ended March 29 was the first legislative session since 2004 in which no (zero!) illegal immigration legislation was passed. This less than a week after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security released an annual report on illegal aliens...

Patrick J. Buchanan -- LewRockwell.com 
Is Europe sailing on the Titanic?  
...Sarkozy, says The New York Times, is focusing on "patriotism, protectionism, French values," attacking immigrants who do not assimilate. -- "I do not want to let France be diluted by globalization," Sarkozy declared Sunday. "Europe has given in too much to free trade and deregulation. ... I do not want France to be isolated in the world, but I want frontiers respected. ... France expects a Europe that protects the European people."

Matthew Vadum -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.   
May Day terror begins   
The Left's May Day terrorism campaign got underway a day early Monday as at least seven Wells Fargo bank branches in Manhattan reportedly began receiving suspicious envelopes containing white powder in the mail. -- "This is a reminder that you are not in control," an accompanying message read. "Just in case you needed some incentive to stop working we have a little surprise for you. Think fast you have seconds."

Thomas Sowell -- LewRockwell.com    
A cynical process  
Labor unions, like the United Nations, are all too often judged by what they are envisioned as being – not by what they actually are or what they actually do. -- Many people, who do not look beyond the vision or the rhetoric to the reality, still think of labor unions as protectors of working people from their employers. And union bosses still employ that kind of rhetoric. However, someone once said...

Thomas More Law Center    
Irony: Police shut-down event promoting U.S. Constitution  
Ann Arbor, Mich. -- In the middle of an event to extol the virtues of the U.S. Constitution and "American Laws For American Courts," the audience learned first-hand how easy it is to lose their freedom of Speech and Assembly. -- Amid shouts of "What about free speech?" from the audience, the Allegan Police Department ordered the event shut-down...

El Paso Times    
Report: Guns used in Mexico lawyer's murder traced to Operation Fast and Furious
Firearms connected to Operation Fast and Furious were used in the 2010 slaying of the brother of the former Chihuahua state attorney general, according to a U.S. congressional report. -- The report said the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives traced two of the weapons suspected in the murder of lawyer Mario González Rodríguez, but did not report this fact to the Mexican government until...

KGBT-TV -- Harlingen, Texas   
Dead Mexican teen's family to file lawsuit against Border Patrol agents   
El Paso -- A lawyer for the family of a 15-year-old Mexican boy killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent in 2010 says they will press on with their lawsuit against the agent despite U.S. prosecutors' decision not to charge him. --Attorney Robert Hilliard said Sunday that there is no evidence that Sergio Hernandez-Guereca threw rocks at agent Jesus Mesa Jr. from Mexico before Mesa fatally shot him...

Victor Morton -- Washington Times   
New Obama slogan has long ties to Marxism, socialism  
The Obama campaign apparently didn't look backwards into history when selecting its new campaign slogan, "Forward" --- a word with a long and rich association with European Marxism. -- Many Communist and radical publications and entities throughout the 19th and 20th centuries had the name "Forward!" or its foreign cognates. Wikipedia has an entire section called "Forward (generic name of socialist publications)."

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas     
More than 40 illegals bail out of vehicle in Mission, Texas  
Twenty-two people are in Border Patrol custody after a bailout in Mission. It happened off the Frontage Road, near Cimarron Drive. -- Officials suspect 40 illegal [aliens] were packed into a Suburban. Police tried to stop the vehicle. That's when the group jumped out and ran toward a nearby neighborhood. Twenty-two people were caught. We're told the driver was also apprehended and is now in Mission police custody...

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas       
Cartel kidnapping caught on tape  
Mexican television station Televisa got video of a cartel kidnapping. Video recorded on a sunny day in Reynosa shows a group of men surrounding a man on the ground. The video was taken on April 26. Cars and buses could be seen bustling about, as the group of men loads the man into a pickup. -- "It looks like a planned cartel kidnapping," says Phil Jordan, a former Drug Enforcement Administration supervisor...

American Border Patrol       
Photo of the day   
Wildflowers bloom next to American Border Patrol's guest house on the border in Arizona. The house is called Coronado House because it overlooks the San Pedro River at the U.S.-Mexico border - the very spot where Francisco Vazquez de Coronado first entered what is now the United States...

The Blaze     
Huffington decries Obama's grandstanding over alleged Osama assassination
Liberal commentator and online media entrepreneur Arianna Huffington appeared on CBS "This Morning" Monday, where she took a surprising stance on the so-called "spiking the football" ad focusing on the death of Osama bin Laden, released by the Obama campaign over the weekend. -- "I agree with the Romney campaign, that using the Osama bin Laden assassination, killing, the great news..."

Associated Press    
Atlanta repeals ordinance after immigration complaint  
...The complaint filed in February by anti-illegal immigration activist D.A. King was the first complaint received by the board, which was also created by the anti-illegal immigration law enacted last year. -- The seven-person panel has the power to investigate complaints, hold hearings, subpoena documents and witnesses, and take disciplinary action. If the board finds a "knowing and willful violation or failure to enforce...

Fox News    
O'Reilly blasts buffoon who claims the term "illegal alien" is "racist"  
Friday on The O'Reilly Factor, Monica Novoa, a campaign coordinator for 'Drop the I-Word,' spoke out on the program's new initiative to make the term 'illegal alien' morally on par with racial slurs, and her conversation with Bill O'Reilly quickly became heated. -- O'Reilly argued that Novoa's cause is misguided because it is, in fact, a federal crime to enter the U.S. illegally...

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