Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Obama Disses the U.S.
Those who break the law are rewarded
|Fox News -- August 7
Senator accuses Obama administration of giving safe harbor to some criminal illegals
President Obama's new immigration plan will provide safe harbor to criminal illegal immigrants and will lead to a "capitulation to lawlessness" that could threaten public safety, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., said.
Fox News has obtained an internal document detailing how the Department of Homeland Security plans to implement what critics say amounts to an amnesty policy for what could be more than one million illegal immigrants.
According to the documents, illegal immigrants convicted of felonies or misdemeanors under "state immigration laws" may be granted deferred action.
Those who have repeatedly entered the United States illegally will also be eligible. And traffic violations would not be considered a misdemeanor.
"It is a direct threat to the rule of law and to the demonstrated desire of the American people for a lawful system of immigration," Sessions said. "I believe this administration has utilized this policy to basically undermine and negate the ability of the law officers to do what they have been hired and paid to do."
|Judicial Watch sc
Obama regime's DOJ lied to protect Black Panthers
Washington -- Judicial Watch today raised questions today about the testimony of Attorney General Eric Holder in the wake of a federal court ruling that cast doubt on the accuracy of sworn testimony provided by Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Thomas Perez regarding the Department of Justice (DOJ) decision to abandon its voter intimidation lawsuit against the New Black Panther Party for Self Defense...
|Fox News Latino
Mexican invader can be lawyer, Florida Bar says
The Florida Board of Bar Examiners says that an [illegal alien] born in Mexico appears to qualify for a law license, but it still wants an advisory opinion from the state Supreme Court before making a final decision. -- The board initially denied Jose Godinez-Samperio's admission to the bar but asked the justices to decide whether being an illegal [alien] disqualifies applicants...
|Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul -- Before It's News
Celente: "I have that feeling" it's 9-11 all over again
In back-to-back interviews on the Gary Null Show and the Tommy Schnurmacher Show, Gerald Celente sees another mega geopolitical quake to match the shock-and-awe of 9-11 in America's not-to-distant future. -- "I'm worried about the drumbeats of war getting louder and louder," Celente told CJAD talk show host Tommy Schumacher, Monday. "It's coinciding, as well, with the economic collapse..."
|Stephen Dinan -- Washington Times
43% of "immigrants" on welfare after 20 years
Immigrants lag behind native-born Americans on most measures of economic well-being even those who have been in the U.S. the longest, according to a report from the Center for Immigration Studies, which argues that full assimilation is a more complex task than overcoming language or cultural differences. -- The study, which covers all immigrants, legal and illegal, and their U.S.-born children younger than 18, found...
|American Border Patrol sc
Photo of the day
American Border Patrol German Shepherds George, left, and Wolf, right, take a dip in ABPs pond after patrolling the border this morning. --The monsoon has dried up and things are getting hot on the border...
DREAM Act a nightmare for legal immigrant
If Lauren Gray's parents had been illegal [aliens], she wouldn't be facing deportation. -- Lauren Gray, a dancer who turns 21 on Wednesday, has lived in the U.S. since she was just 4, when her parents came here from England. But they came on work visas and, once she turns 21, Gray can't piggyback on those permits. So, barring a last-minute miracle, Gray is about to leave for "home," to a country that's foreign to her...
|Victoria (Texas) Advocate
Suspected illegals scatter
The search was still on, on Monday evening for the people who bailed out of a pickup truck on U.S. Highway 59 just south of Goliad Monday. -- A Department of Public Safety trooper was attempting to pull the driver of a truck over on U.S. Highway 59 near Farm-to-Market Road 239 at 12:30 p.m. Monday when the driver went off the road and 20 people, thought to be illegal [aliens], ran from the truck to the woods...
|Arizona Daily Star
Tucson becomes an illegal alien-friendly city
The city of Tucson is now an 'Immigrant Welcoming City.' -- After hearing impassioned speeches over the ravages of prejudice and fear-mongering from Pastor Ron Oakham of St. Cyril of Alexandria Parish and Mohyeddin Abdulaziz, president of a local anti-discrimination group, the City Council voted 6-1 to declare opposition to the remaining parts of SB 1070 and to begin a citywide discussion of how Tucson...
Video: The rot at the top with Gerald Celente
The Trends Research Institute analyzes world- shaping events and forecasts tomorrows trends. Many of our on-trend forecasts often go undetected by conventional forecasters or run counter to the broad spectrum of expert opinion...
GE moves 115-year-old x-ray unit's base to China
General Electric Co. (GE.N) is moving its global X-ray headquarters to China from the United States as part of the largest U.S. conglomerate's overall drive to boost its presence in big emerging markets. -- The move reflects GE's overall drive to shift more of its top executives -- including Vice Chairman John Rice, who this year relocated to Hong Kong -- closer to fast-growing Asian markets.
|Jason Howerton -- The Blaze
White House and GSA ask cops not to arrest occupiers
Documents obtained by Judicial Watch... indicate that General Services Administration officials, with approval from the Obama administration, ordered local law enforcement officers to stand down and not arrest Occupy Portland protesters after they seemingly broke the law last year. -- The records, obtained by Judicial Watch pursuant to a November Freedom of Information Act request, include internal DHS correspondence...
|Mytheos Holt -- The Blaze
5 facts we know about Obama at Columbia
President Barack Obama's love of secrecy has, by this point, become a favorite rhetorical cudgel for the President's opponents. And perhaps no set of documents is more coveted due to its total unavailability than the President's college records. These documents have sparked all sorts of conspiracy theories. -- To be fair, Obama's predecessor, George W. Bush, didn't release his college records either...
|J.B. Williams -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.
Illegal aliens CAN vote, military CAN'T?
Why is the Obama Campaign trying to disenfranchise military votes and at the same time, trying to make sure that illegal aliens remain on state voter rolls? Why are both political parties pandering for the Latino vote? Can illegal aliens vote now? The answer is yes, but I'll get to that in a minute. -- As Obama's so-called Department of Justice sues numerous states to block military votes from being counted...
|Springfield (Mo.) News-Leader
Prosecutors say a 25-year-old invader impregnated a 12-year-old girl
Greene County prosecutors say a 25-year-old illegal [alien] impregnated a 12-year-old girl. -- Reymundo Hernandez, who lists a Springfield address in court documents, was charged Monday with two counts of statutory rape. -- On July 13, a mother reported to Springfield police her 12-year-old daughter had run away from home sometime during the early morning hours, according to court documents filed in the case...
|Christian Toto -- Breitbart
Lovitz says Obama mockery drew death threats
Jon Lovitz spent much of George W. Bush's presidency doing what nearly all of his peers did making fun of the Commander in Chief. -- And no one said a peep. -- When the "Saturday Night Live" alum chided President Barack Obama for saying the rich don't pay their fair share earlier this year, he ended up letting a security escort walk him to his car..
|Minnesota Public Radio
Usual suspects protest sign calling for deportation of invaders
About a hundred people marched on Monday evening to protest a sign that calls for the deportation of illegal [aliens]. -- The rally and march through Albert Lea were organized by the Owatonna-based [illegal alien "rights"] group Centro Campesino to denounce a scrolling LED sign that reads 'check dictionary, illegal is criminal.' The sign was put up on the outside wall of a local business...
|Brenda Walker -- VDare.com
Bay area faces 65,000 DREAMers transformed into legal workers
Local reporter (and friend of illegal aliens) Matt O'Brien is talking up the high number of DREAMer "kids" located in the nine counties surrounding the San Francisco Bay --- more than in all of Arizona! -- Woo hoo, that'll show the hateful border defenders --- we have more lawbreakers than you! Good times for Democrats and Raza-tarians...
|Michelle Malkin -- VDare.com
Meet the real workers Comrade Obama screwed over
Chutzpah overload in full effect: President Obama's sleazy super-PAC, run by his former White House spokesman Bill Burton, just released an ad accusing GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney of causing the cancer death of a steelworker's wife. -- It's not just a slanderous and false attack. It's a foolish attempt to camouflage the administration's massive jobs death toll, politicized pension plundering...
|San Francisco Chronicle
Overcrowded ER points to larger problems
California hospitals in areas with large minority populations are disproportionately affected by emergency room overcrowding, making them more likely to ease the congestion by diverting ambulances to other hospitals, according to a UCSF-led study. -- The study, which looked at 2007 data from 202 hospitals around the state, found hospitals that served the greatest percentage of minority patients...
|Fox News Latino
Estimate of shameless invaders who could avoid deportation rises
Nearly 1.8 million [illegal aliens] could have their deportations suspended for two years, and legally obtain jobs here, under President Obama's recent policy to give them leniency. -- That number is significantly higher than the earlier estimate of a maximum of 1.3 million [illegal aliens] who could benefit, thanks to newly released guidelines that expanded the pool of eligible applicants...
|Dave Gibson -- The Examiner
Illegal alien admits to forcing toddlers to ingest his bodily fluids
Rio Hondo, Texas -- Last week, Cameron County sheriff's deputies arrested Juan Henoch Mejia, 19, after he allegedly sexually assaulted two sisters, ages 3 and 4. -- On Tuesday, the victims' mother took the 4-year-old to Valley Baptist Medical Center after she began complaining that she was in pain, according to court records. -- A physician discovered that the girl had been sexually abused and quickly alerted authorities...
|Council on Foreign Relations
CFR praises al-Qaeda in Syria
The Syrian rebels would be immeasurably weaker today without al-Qaeda in their ranks. By and large, Free Syrian Army (FSA) battalions are tired, divided, chaotic, and ineffective. Feeling abandoned by the West, rebel forces are increasingly demoralized as they square off with the Assad regime's superior weaponry and professional army. Al-Qaeda fighters, however, may help improve morale...