La Reconquista in Action
Obama leads the way for Mexican takeover
|NumbersUSA.com -- July 25
Mexico Helps Illegal Aliens Prepare for Executive Amnesty
On July 23rd, Mexico's 50 Consular offices across the U.S. held national DREAMer Day events in preparation for the Obama Administration's Executive Amnesty. The events, held in partnership with the pro-illegal alien group United We Dream, are part of an ongoing effort to ensure that Mexican-born individuals have the information and documentation necessary to apply for the amnesty.
The amnesty could benefit more than 1.4 million illegal aliens under the age of 31 who meet certain criteria. The Obama Administration is scheduled to begin taking applications on August 15th.
According to Gabriela Márdero, spokeswoman for the Mexican Consulate in San Francisco, Consular officials are making sure those born in Mexico have a Mexican passport that proves who they are to qualify for the relief directive. "Most of these people don't have an ID," she said. "They have a birth certificate, but the birth certificate doesn't have a photo."
United We Dream is working with foreign embassies from other countries to establish similar outreach events. The group also is hosting community outreach forums across the nation.
For more information, read here. To view a (Spanish) copy of the Mexican Embassy flyer for amnesty applicants, read here...
|Aaron Dykes -- Infowars c
Bombshell: Leaked U.N. treaty Does ban guns
The text of the anticipated and hotly-contested United Nations Arms Trade Treaty has been leaked, with the treaty itself set to be adopted and signed by member States as early as tomorrow, July 27. President Obama, today joining the chorus for gun control inside the United States in the wake of the Batman massacre, has previously indicated that he would sign the treaty, which would then have to be ratified by the Senate...
|Stand With Arizona
Ohio lawmaker proposes Arizona-style immigration law
An Ohio lawmaker on Wednesday proposed an Arizona-style immigration law the first new state legislation since the Supreme Court upheld the key provision of S.B. 1070 in June. -- State Rep. Courtney Combs (Facebook link), a Republican from Hamilton, said that he came up with the idea for the law more than a year ago but did not move forward because the similar law in Arizona was being challenged.
ICE, Border Patrol unions claim illegals exploiting 'dreamer' scheme
Union heads representing thousands of America's immigration agents slammed the Obama administration Thursday over a policy they claim is forcing officials to ignore the law and allowing illegal [aliens] to exploit the system. -- In a startling allegation, the president of the union representing Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers claimed illegal [aliens] are "taking advantage" of a new directive...
|KEYT-TV -- Santa Barbara, Calif.
Panga loaded with invaders and drugs lands of California beach
Law enforcement agents and deputies are investigating the discovery of a panga boat found between El Capitan State Beach and Refugio Beach. -- The 30-foot boat equipped with 3-motors and thousands of pounds of narcotics was discovered just before 1:30 Thursday morning. -- A Border Patrol official confirmed to KEY News, 13 suspects were taken into custody but authorities are looking for as many as three suspects...
|Rio Grande Guardian -- McAllen, Texas
IBWC says 'yes' to border walls in Los Ebanos, Roma and Rio Grande City
The U.S. Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission has confirmed it will not object to plans by the Department of Homeland Security to build border walls in Los Ebanos, Rio Grande City and Roma. -- Rodolfo Montero, Rio Grande Valley area operations manager for the IBWC, spoke about his agency's decision at a meeting of the IBWC’s Lower Rio Grande Citizens Forum in Mercedes...
Worries: Healthcare firms send jobs overseas
After years of shipping data-processing, accounting and other back-office work abroad, some healthcare companies are starting to shift clinical services and decision-making on medical care overseas, primarily to India and the Philippines. -- Some of the jobs being sent abroad include so-called pre-service nursing, where nurses at insurance firms, for example, help assess patient needs and determine treatment methods...
Obama regime sued for records concerning HHS grants to NCLR
Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and fights government corruption, announced today that on July 18, 2012, it filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Obama Department of Health and Human Services seeking access to records detailing taxpayer-funded grants provided by the Centers for Disease Control to the National Council of La Raza (The National Council of "The Race").
|David Codrea -- The Examiner
Obama floating new semi-auto ban puts regime's intent above the radar
After days of cautious remarks that avoided "gun control" in the wake of the theater shooting in Aurora, Colo., which prompted criticism and lament from vocal disarmament proponents, President Barack Obama broke his silence Wednesday in New Orleans and promised "to lead a national discussion," The Washington Post is reporting. -- "Obama told the National Urban League here that he believes a lot of gun owners..."
|Michael Snyder -- The Economic Collapse
100 million poor people in America and 39 other facts
Every single day more Americans fall into poverty. This should deeply alarm you no matter what political party you belong to and no matter what your personal economic philosophy is. Right now, approximately 100 million Americans are either "poor" or "near poor." -- For a lot of people "poverty" can be a nebulous concept, so let's define it...
|Thomas R. Eddlem -- The New American
Obama walks back "you didn't build that" ...sort of
Barack Obama's reelection campaign tried to walk back the president's July 13 “You didn't build that” remarks about small businesses in America in a series of video statements July 25. Obama had stated in a July 13 campaign appearance that businesses' success was due to government rather than individual initiative, saying to small business owners, "Look, if you've been successful, you didn't get there on your own..."
|S.M. Oliva -- LewRockwell.com
Time to de-Bloombergize New York City
In response to the Aurora movie theater killings, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg issued an extraordinary statement. A longtime opponent of the right to self-defense, Bloomberg told a CNN interviewer that police have a moral duty to rebel against the civilian population if they don't cede their remaining gun rights to the state: "I don't understand why the police officers across this country don't stand up..."
|John Presta -- The Examiner
Rahm 'Dead Fish' Emanuel making Chicago most invader-coddling city
Mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced a Welcoming City Ordinance that builds on efforts to make Chicago the most [illegal alien]-friendly city in the country by incorporating basic protections for [illegal aliens] who have not been convicted of a serious crime and are not wanted on a criminal warrant. -- The ordinance builds on an existing ordinance and longtime City policy that prohibits agencies...
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner
Mexican border crime underreported, says Texas lawmaker
The Obama Administration is deceiving Americans by underreporting serious crime along the Mexican border, according to the Texas lawmaker who chairs a congressional Homeland Security committee. -- The Obama Administration "is not giving the American people a complete picture of security on our border with Mexico" and data on crimes and violence along the southern border is "deceiving and underreported"...
|NAFBPO Disturbing photos
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border
Merida, Yuc., Mex. -- Extortionists are using children attending summer courses to threaten parents and sow fear. The kidnapping unit of the state police issued a warning, telling the public to ignore the threats but promptly notify authorities. Some schools have issued a badge to the only ones authorized to pick up children...
|KSWT-TV -- Yuma / El Centro
U.S. Mexico border fence collapses in Los Algodones, Mexico
Yuma -- A construction company was excavating near the U.S. Mexico border fence in Los Algodones, Mexico Thursday night around 8 p.m. About 114 feet of border fence collapsed. -- "There are extra agents in this area, air assets are on stand by and will adjust where needed as well," Spencer Tippets, U.S. Border Patrol spokesman of the Yuma sector said. "Extra security will be in place until the fence is repaired."
|Anthony Martin -- The Examiner
Investigators expose gun control in UN small arms treaty
A team of investigative reporters for Ammoland on Tuesday exposed previously unpublished documents showing that the controversial U.N. Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), also known as the "small arms treaty," includes gun control for private "small arms and light weapons" as U.S. gun owners feared. -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been negotiating the treaty at the United Nations on behalf of the Obama administration...
TSA expands invasion to Calif. train stations & bus terminals
Footage shot at the Oceanside Transit Center in Southern California documents how the rollout of TSA workers is expanding out of the airports and into train stations and bus terminals. -- The clip shows TSA inspectors standing with police and drug-sniffing dogs. The TSA agents told the film maker that he was still allowed to take video and photos at the train station but may get 'questioned' for doing so...