Will this finally finish him?
NPR: Mainstream Media Part of Obama's Campaign
In a stunning display of naked honesty, National Public Radio has exposed the mainstream media's coverage of the Bain Capital issue as an example of bias in favor of Barack Obama; they are part and parcel of his campaign! -- American Patrol Report -- July 14
Romney's Bain Years: New Evidence, Same Conclusion
"None of the SEC filings show that Romney was anything but a passive, absentee owner during that time, as both Romney and Bain have long said. It should not surprise anyone that Romney retained certain titles while he was working out the final disposition of his ownership, for example." -- FactCheck.org -- July 12
In Tracing Romney's Role at Bain, a Convoluted Timeline
"Indeed, no evidence has yet emerged that Mr. Romney exercised his powers at Bain after February 1999 or directed the funds' investments after he left..." New York Times -- July 15
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Potter Co. Sheriff: U.S. Border Patrol post closure harmful
Fallout from the U.S. Border Patrol's announcement this month that the Texas Panhandle will be left without agents has left local officials urging a more measured response to the planned closures. -- In a letter to state and federal lawmakers, Potter County Sheriff Brian Thomas said the "ill-thought-out" plan to close Amarillo's Border Patrol substation would have a 'huge detrimental impact' on local law enforcement.
|Anthony Martin -- The Examiner
Obama tells CBS News he expected more Republican cooperation
During a comprehensive interview that CBS News has gradually broadcast over several days, President Obama stated that he expected more cooperation from Republicans than he got when he took office. -- The segment of the interview in which Obama lamented the supposed lack of GOP cooperation was aired today on CBS This Morning. --"My expectation was that we would see more cooperation," Obama stated...
|NAFBPO Disturbing photos
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border
Julimes, Chih., Mex. -- The municipal police chief was kidnapped and later found dead in the town of Meoqui, with barbed wire around his neck and showing signs of torture. The municipalities with the highest crime rate in the state of Chihuahua are: Villa Ahumada, Madera, Chihuahua, Meoqui, Delicias and Rosales...
|Kimberly Dvorak -- The Examiner
Arizona Sheriff charges DHS with delivering roadside amnesty
Within days of the Supreme Court's Arizona SB1070 ruling the Department of Homeland Security began to unravel the Grand Canyon State's strong illegal immigration enforcement measures and unleashed a new brouhaha with Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu. -- "Within hours of United States Supreme Court justices upholding the main portion of Arizona's SB1070 law, President Obama and Janet Napolitano..."
|D.A. King -- Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal sc
Hola to Wannabe Experts: Obama's "record deportation numbers" disputed
The constant repetition of the premise that Obama has set some record for deportations of illegal aliens is a good example of the power and complicity of the liberal mainstream media to assist in not only spreading propaganda, but to help Dear Ruler get re-elected while supplying leftist bloggers and posters with "facts" to use in the barrage of comments designed to make it look like they have even a beginners level...
|Matt Barber -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.
Obama, NAACP pervert civil rights
As his re-election hopes dim, the mainstream "progressive" media continue to run interference for Barack Obama. It's predictable. They no longer even try to hide it. They persist in slobbering on their over-hyped, under-capable would-be savior as his campaign collapses around them. The sycophancy is embarrassing and the desperation palpable...
|End of the American Dream
Examples of what America will look like soon
Do you want to see where this country is headed? If so, don't focus on the few areas that are still very prosperous. New York City has Wall Street, Washington D.C. has the federal government and Silicon Valley has Google and Facebook. Those are the exceptions. The reality is that most of the country has been experiencing a slow decline for a very long time and once thriving cities such as Gary, Indiana...
Proposal for 'English only' city council meetings sparks debate
Walnut, Calif. -- For Walnut residents who do not speak English, participating in City Council meetings and addressing local officials may soon become more difficult. -- Council members voted 5-0 this week to postpone a decision on a proposal that would ask non-English speakers to provide their own interpreters for all Council proceedings, which would be conducted only in English...
Local, federal authorities on collision course over detention requests
Last Tuesday, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel held a press conference to announce that he didn't want his city's law-enforcement authorities to follow federal requests to hold some [illegal aliens], picked up on other charges, for deportation. The national media's ears perked up. Emanuel, a former Chief of Staff to President Obama, was at loggerheads with his old boss --- good copy in the making...
|Judi McLeod -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto
Canada should open its doors for Barack Obama refugees
What would happen if thousands of Americans fleeing President Barack Obama's ravaged U.S. economy and its soaring unemployment rates flooded the Canadian border post November 6, 2012? -- Would Canada welcome Obama refugees with open arms? -- Not according to the rules as currently set up by Canada Immigration...
|Victor Thorn -- American Free Press
Cooking the immigration books
...On July 5, this writer spoke with illegal immigration activist Glenn Spencer, who founded American Border Patrol over a decade ago. -- When asked what impact Obama's EO will have on America, Spencer explained, "We're importing poverty into this nation, and it's bankrupting states like California. Demographics are destiny, and it won't get any better in the future. We're erasing our tax base and facing huge pension problems. At some point the feds will have to bail out California."
|North County Times -- Escondido, Calif.
Names of illegal aliens withheld, citing privacy rights
Citing privacy rights of illegal [aliens], federal officials have declined to release the names and other information about hundreds of people arrested and deported under a 2-year-old partnership between the Escondido Police Department and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. -- The stance drew sharp criticism from Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Vista, chairman of the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee...
|Tenth Amendment Center
New Jersey to consider Obamacare nullification
On the heels of a recent announcement that Oklahoma State Representative Mike Ritze would be introducing legislation to nullify the Affordable Care Act, New Jersey Assemblywoman Alison Littell McHose (R- Sussex) has verified with the Tenth Amendment Center that she has a bill pending which would do the same. -- Assembly Bill 861 (A861) would "Render the federal 'Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act' null and void in New Jersey..."
|Stella Paul -- Family Security Matters
What I miss about America
Here are just a few of the things I miss since America entered the golden age of Hope and Change in January 2009. -- Optimism -- Going for minutes, hours, even days, without worrying about what weird insanity the government is dreaming up next -- Having money -- The Border Patrol -- Looking up at the moon and thinking, "America - we own space!" -- Having a president whose background isn't more closely guarded than the formula for Coke...
|Anthony Martin -- The Examiner
Obama says Washington 'feels as broken as it did 4 years ago'
In an appearance on CBS Sunday Morning today, President Obama stated that Washington "feels just as broken as it did four years ago" when he first assumed the presidency. -- Admitting that he feels "frustrated" by his inability to change the atmosphere in the nation's capital, Obama stated that there is "enough blame to go around for that."
|KNXV-TV -- Phoenix
What Joe Arpaio is demanding after George Lopez goes off on the Sheriff
Seeming to glare at a video screen, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio watched as comedian George Lopez launched into a tirade ripping him. -- "Sheriff Joe in Arizona, **** you!," Lopez said during his HBO special called "It's not me, it's you." The stand up comedy show aired Saturday night. -- In about a two minute period, Lopez lashed out at Arpaio, using profanities in English and Spanish to describe him... [See uncensored Lopez tirade]
|Kerry Picket -- Washington Times
Obama: Business owners not responsible for their own success but I killed bin Laden
President Barack Obama is taking heat for slamming business owners who credit themselves for their own successes. He told supporters in Roanoke, Virginia on Saturday: There are a lot of wealthy, successful Americans who agree with me -- because they want to give something back. They know they didn't -- look, if you've been successful, you didn't get there on your own. You didn't get there on your own...
|London Daily Mail
Ain't globalism grand?
Once the centre of the country's booming steel industry and known as the City of the Century, Gary, Indiana now lies in ruins as a sad example of American industrial decline. -- Founded in 1906 by the US Steel Corporation, Gary's heyday was in the post-war boom of the 1950s when almost 200,000 people lived and worked in the bustling city, 25 miles from Chicago...
Rep. expects immigration lawsuit against Obama in 'weeks'
Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King says he expects that the immigration lawsuit he is spearheading against President Obama will be filed in a court within weeks. -- "I think we're talking weeks rather than months," King told The Daily Caller in an interview Friday about the planned legal action against Obama. -- King's lawsuit is in response to the Obama administration's divisive announcement last month that the government...