Overrunning the Border
Is the media telling the truth?
|Jack Cashill -- WND.com
The mass killing no one talked about
Two weeks ago, I appeared, as I do occasionally, on a regional PBS show called "Kansas City Week in Review." As one of four panelists from the local media, and the only conservative, I so altered the discussion on "immigration" that even our quick-witted host was left without words. -- At the 2:05 mark of this video, I introduced an unexpected variation on the illegal-immigration theme...
|Fox News Latino
White House La Raza lackey peddles pre-election snake oil
The economic recovery is the main challenge facing the United States 89 days before elections that will offer Hispanics a Republican recipe of "cuts" or a Democratic road toward "investments," Cecilia Muñoz, director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, told Efe. -- "We know that although we've created more than 4 million jobs in the past 29 months, we still have much to do and that we haven't finished..."
|Josh Peterson -- Daily Caller
No damages for victims of government spying
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday overturned a lower court's decision that awarded damages to two lawyers whose constitutionally protected conversations with clients were wiretapped by the government. -- The lawyers represented the al-Haramain Islamic Foundation, which in the early 2000s was designated a terrorist financier by the the U.S. government and the U.N. for providing...
Kucinich proposing law to prevent feds from killing you
Oxford, UK -- Last Friday, US Congressman Dennis Kucinich introduced HR 6357, a bill which aims to 'prohibit the extrajudicial killing of United States citizens' by the federal government. In other words, in the Land of the Free, they need to pass a law to prevent the government from indiscriminately murdering its own citizens. -- Now if this doesn't give one reason to pause and consider the distortions of liberty that have taken place...
Obama considering executive-branch action on cybersecurity
President Barack Obama is considering executive-branch action on U.S. cybersecurity after Congress failed to pass legislation to protect national security assets, a White House aide said. -- "If the Congress is not going to act on something like this, then the president wants to make sure that we're doing everything possible," John Brennan, Obama's counterterrorism adviser, said today...
|American Border Patrol sc
Photo of the day
US Customs and Border Patrol helicopter circles Glenn Spencer on his ranch. "This happening with greater regularity," said Spencer, "even though I have been patrolling my ranch on the same route - three times a day for seven years." Spencer says a USBP camera tower is located 200 feet north of his home and can see his every move... Watch Video
|Stephen Dinan -- Washington Times
IRS told to ignore "immigrant" fraud
IRS supervisors ignored employees who tried to warn agency higher-ups of fraud in a program designed to collect taxes from immigrants, resulting in the agency paying out potentially bogus refunds, according to an official audit released Wednesday. -- The Treasury's inspector general for tax administration...
Report finds widespread fraud in taxpayer ID program
A recently released report shows widespread tax fraud in connection with the federal government's Individual Taxpayer Identification Number program. -- The U.S. Treasury inspector general report accuses the IRS of discouraging employees from reviewing applications for the ID numbers, which are generally from non-resident workers...
|Arizona Daily Star -- Phoenix
Invader busted in Chandler in horrific decapitation case
Chandler [Az.] police are investigating the bizarre case of a man who was stabbed, decapitated and left in a pool of blood in a central city apartment. -- One man has been arrested and police are seeking three more suspects in what may the city's first beheading. -- "We don't go to many cases where the victim has been decapitated," said Chandler Police Det. Frank Mendoza...
87% oppose letting government officials play politics in the marketplace
When the president of Chick-fil-A spoke out in support of traditional marriage in a recent interview, the mayors of Boston, Chicago and San Francisco angrily responded by saying the fast-food chain wasn't welcome in their cities. But voters overwhelmingly believe those mayors should butt out. -- Eighty-seven percent (87%) of Likely U.S. Voters say government officials should not be allowed to...
Anti-gun lawmakers push ammunition sales ban
On Monday, July 30, U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) and U.S. Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.) introduced legislation that would impose sweeping new and not so new restrictions on ammunition sales. -- The bills, S. 3458 and H.R. 6241, are known as the "Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act." The bill itself has four elements: •A federal licensing requirement for ammunition sellers; •Recordkeeping on all ammunition sales...
|Dave Gibson -- The Examiner
Only in America could outlaw invaders go on a multi-city protest tour
On July 29, a group of about 30 illegal aliens departed Phoenix on a bus tour, stopping in cities across the country to protest for their "rights" and to "challenge the promoters of hate," according to the group's website. -- The protesters are calling the tour "No Papers, No Fear...Ride for Justice." -- The bus will travel to several southern states, including Georgia and Alabama to protest those states' recently passed...
|Phyllis Schlafly -- Eagle Forum
Obama sabotages welfare reform
President Obama on July 12 ended welfare reform, the crowning achievement of the Republican Congress of 1996. That reform succeeded in reducing the welfare rolls by almost half, and was so popular with the American people that Bill Clinton felt compelled to sign it. -- The magic bullet that achieved this authentic reform was requiring able-bodied adults to work, or at least prepare for work...
|Paul Craig Roberts
The dispossessed majority
The bumper sticker on the beat-up pickup truck read: "Friends don't let friends vote Democrat." -- The driver was obviously not affluent. Yet, despite all the news about mega-trillion dollar bankster bailouts, mega-million dollar bonuses for financial crooks, and unimaginable compensation packages for corporate CEOs who have moved middle class jobs out of America, something made the down-and-out pickup truck driver...
Cartel used 'Fast & Furious' weapon to kill Mexican police chief
Drug cartel operatives used weapons from Operation Fast and Furious in a failed attempt to assassinate a high-ranking Mexican law enforcement official, the El Paso Times reports in an article that follows up on an initial report from Breitbart News' Mary Chastain. -- The gun --- which "was seized in Tijuana in connection with a drug cartel's conspiracy to kill the police chief of Tijuana, Baja California, who later...
|WCAX-TV -- Burlington, Vermont
Should invaders in Vermont get driver's licenses?
Vermont [illegal aliens] filled the halls of the Statehouse Wednesday, fighting for a license to drive. -- "Our main goal then is to have our voice heard," said Danilo Lopez, a [likely illegal alien]. -- The workers are part of the group Migrant Justice and were speaking out in the first of a series of forums with Vermont leaders and legislators. The goal of the gatherings is to tackle the debate over granting Vermont driver's licenses...