Mexico Coming Apart
A new surge is inevitable
|KNBC-TV -- Los Angeles sc
Reconquista zealot Villaraigosa calls for gun ban after Aurora incident
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa called today for a federal ban on assault weapons in the wake of the movie theater massacre in Colorado. -- Villaraigosa, who will chair the Democratic National Convention in September, sent condolences on behalf of the city to the victims and their families and ordered the flags at Los Angeles City Hall flown at half-staff until Wednesday...
|David Olson -- Riverside (Calif.) Press-Enterprise
Seeking to overturn Obama executive order on invaders
Longtime Inland anti-illegal-immigration activist Raymond Herrera [left] is helping spearhead local support for a bill that would in effect overturn President Barack Obama’s June 15 executive order that grants temporary legal residency --- and in many cases work permits --- to hundreds of thousands of young [illegal aliens]. -- The executive order covers those 30 and under who arrived in the United States...
|Michael Snyder -- End of the American Dream
Signs that the next recession has already begun
Is the U.S. economy in a recession right now? Has the next recession in the United States already begun? Unfortunately, there are a lot of economic numbers that are pointing in that direction. U.S. retail sales have fallen for three months in a row, U.S. manufacturing activity is contracting and there are numerous indications that the labor market is getting weaker...
|KPIX-TV -- San Francisco
Bay area drivers could be tracked by GPS, taxed per mile driven
Bay Area drivers could one day be tracked using a GPS-like device in their cars and taxed per miles driven a scenario which is part of a proposed long-range study aimed at finding ways to reduce traffic and pollution, while also raising revenues. Members of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Association of Bay Area Governments are scheduled to vote on Thursday on whether or not to authorize a study... [Note: You've already paid for these roads]
|WPLG-TV -- Miami
2 arrested in teacher's killing
Miami -- Police say a woman offered to marry a man for immigration status and pay him if he would kill her ex-boyfriend. -- Jose Martin Perez-Sanchez, 21, of Miami Springs, and Dianelis De La Caridad-Fonseca, 22, of Hialeah, were arrested Friday in connection with the death of Richard Vasallo, 25. -- Someone called police about 10:30 p.m. Wednesday to report seeing a bleeding man walking...
|Ira Mehlman -- ImmigrationReform.com sc
White House blog promotes amnesty and mass immigration
As part of its campaign to convince a skeptical American public about the benefits of amnesty and mass immigration, two Administration economic advisors published a blog on the White House website entitled, "Ten Ways Immigrants Help Build and Strengthen Our Economy." The blog by Jason Furman and Danielle Gray is a case-book example of how to carefully select facts (and ignore those that are inconvenient)...
|Dave Gibson -- The Examiner
Illegal alien charged in deadly DUI crash in Phoenix
On Sunday, police arrested Eduardo Soto-Ramirez, 19, after he reportedly ran a red light at the intersection of W. Broadway Road and S 35th Ave. and crashed his Ford Crown Victoria into a pickup truck. -- The driver of the truck, Viridiana Espinoza, was thrown from the vehicle and pronounced dead at the hospital. -- The Tucson Citizen reports the passenger, 15-year-old Mindy Moreno was taken St. Joseph's Hospital...
Crackpot Calif. AG thinks invader should get law license
Sergio Garcia completed law school with the help of odd jobs and proceeds from a self-help book. Then he passed the state law exam on the first try. -- But his goal to practice law in California remains unfulfilled because of his status as a Mexican [illegal alien]. -- Garcia's case for admission to the state bar is now before the California Supreme Court... Kamala Harris
Poll: Virginia wants an Arizona-style immigration law too
A new poll released Wednesday revealed that most Virginians would want their state to adopt an Arizona-style immigration law, granting authorities power to question the legal status of persons pulled over or arrested, if suspected to be in the country illegally. -- Six-four percent of those polled said they were in support of the Arizona law, while 31 percent said they disapproved of it...
|Katie Pavlich -- Townhall.com
Whistleblowers to Corrupt ATF Head: Don't threaten us
Late Wednesday evening, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Darrell Issa and Senator Chuck Grassley sent a letter to Acting ATF Director Todd Jones asking him to clarify the following remarks: "...if you make poor choices, that if you don't abide by the rules, that if you don't respect the chain of command, if you don't find the appropriate way to raise your concerns to your leadership, there will be consequences..."
|Kimberly Dvorak -- The Examiner
U.S. sued for murdering Americans in Yemen
The American Civil Liberties Union and the Center for Constitutional Rights have filed a lawsuit against senior U.S. government officials for the targeted killing of three Americans using armed drones outside a declared war zone. The complaint contends President Obama's top military team, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, Central Intelligence Agency Director General David Petraeus, Joint Special Operations Command...
Dems' Ideal Voter: Invader, single mom, convicted felon
Before taking the oath of office, Barack Obama vowed to fundamentally transform the United States. He has certainly done so. For example, Obama has: • destroyed the job market; • sent billions of taxpayer dollars to Wall Street, companies overseas, his campaign contributors and public sector unions; • forced the passage of a wildly unpopular national health care law on a purely partisan vote...
|Wall Street Journal
Here's Your 'Change': USPO woes growing fast
While lawmakers continue to fight over how to fix the ailing U.S. Postal Service, the agency's money problems are only growing worse. -- The Postal Service repeated on Wednesday that without congressional action, it will default --- a first in its long history, a spokesman said --- on a legally required annual $5.5 billion payment, due Aug. 1, into a health-benefits fund for future retirees. Action in Congress isn't likely...
|D.A. King -- Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal
Putting Americans back to work should be no-brainer...
Many businesses that operate as contractors on Cobb taxpayer-funded projects --- like road-building and court house and government school construction --- employ a large number of illegal aliens. While Americans stand in unemployment lines. While honest, legal, willing workers looking for a better life worry about losing their homes because they can't get enough work...
|Frank Hill -- Family Security Matters
Yikes! You DID build those roads and bridges!
President Obama sure stirred up the hornet's nest last week when he told a small business group in Roanoke, Virginia: 'If you've got a business, you didn't build that!' -- What would you think he was talking about if you had nothing other than those 9 words to read? The statement came across to many as further evidence that the President is hostile to the private sector, profits and the whole free enterprise system.
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner
Border Patrol agents accuse Napolitano of lying about security
Federal agents who risk their lives to patrol the U.S. border are slamming their boss -- Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano -- for giving Americans a "false sense of security" by almost constantly assuring them that the U.S.-Mexican border is safe. -- During her visit to Texas, Napolitano stated that violence along the Mexican border is merely a mistaken perception because the area is better now than it ever has been...
|The Castillo Chronicles
If Ann Coulter channelled Allan Wall...
She might have written this column. -- Oh, wait. Ann did write it! -- Here's an excerpt: "The 'browning of America' is not a natural process. It's been artificially imposed by Democrats who are confident of their abilities to turn Third World immigrants into government patrons. --It's worked. According to the Center for Immigration Studies, 57 percent of all immigrant households in the U.S. get cash, Medicaid, housing...