Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Obama Sides with Islamists
2016 closer than we thought
|Fox News -- September 12
US ambassador to Libya and 3 embassy staff members killed in attack
The U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other American staff members were killed Tuesday in an attack on the U.S. consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi, the White House confirmed. President Obama, in a written statement issued Wednesday morning, called the attack "outrageous" and "senseless."
Agence France-Presse -- September 11
Romney slams Obama reaction to Egypt, Libya violence
Washington -- Mitt Romney on Wednesday hit out at the Obama administration's "disgraceful" response to violent protests in Egypt and Libya, accusing it of sympathizing with the Islamist demonstrators.
New York Times -- September 11
U.S. Missile Defense Strategy Is Flawed, Expert Panel Finds
After two years of study, a panel of top scientists and military experts working for the National Research Council has concluded that the nation's protections against missile attacks suffer from major shortcomings, leaving the United States vulnerable to some kinds of long-range strikes. [...]
The assessment is a major blow to Mr. Obama's strategy of playing down the long-range defenses he inherited from Mr. Bush and focusing instead on defenses in Europe against shorter-range Iranian missiles.
Glenn Spencer -- September 4
Review of 2016 Movie
If Barack Obama is re-elected, we can expect that by 2016 the U.S. could well be threatened by a single huge Islamic state covering all of the Middle East --- while at the same time being almost incapable of defending itself --- or others.
|Dave Gibson -- The Examiner sc
Previously deported sex offender caught in California
On Thursday, U.S. Border Patrol agents working in Indio, California, apprehended a 35-year-old Mexican national, who turned out be a registered sex offender, according to a Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP) press release. -- A records check revealed that the man had been convicted of a sex crime in Riverside County Superior Court and sentenced to three years in prison...
|Federale -- VDare.com
Obama regime lies about deportation numbers
Yeah, the title "Lies, damned lies, and statistics" has been used before, but when the shoe fits, wear it. -- We are back again with the Big Lie of the Obama Regime and its ongoing Administrative Amnesty. The Big Lie: There are a record number of deportations, all thanks to the tough enforcement activity of Barack Hussein Obama. -- Of course that is a lie. There are only a record number of deportations if you count illegal aliens...
|CBS-TV -- Washington
Survey: One-third of Americans in 'lower classes' since Obama took office
In the course of Obama's presidency, people saying they are in the "lower classes" have risen from one-quarter to one-third of the adult population. -- According to the Pew Research Center, Americans who say they are in the lower-middle or lower-class has risen from 25 percent to 32 percent in the past four years, in the national survey of 2,508 adults... [Related]
New clashes outside U.S. Embassy in Cairo
Egyptian security forces have used tear gas on a raging crowd of demonstrators near the US Embassy in Cairo. Several dozen people have reportedly been injured as the police dispersed the stone-throwing demonstrators. -- Riot police have managed to push a group of several hundred protesters back in Cairo's side streets near the embassy. -- Some of the protesters have been injured, state news agency MENA reported...
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner
Egypt and Libya: Clinton warned about embassy security problems
In the aftermath of the Islamist attacks on two U.S. embassies which occurred almost simultaneously on Tuesday, President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton displayed surprise, even shock, to the press and the American people. Mrs. Clinton's view that the attacks are isolated incidents doesn't seem accurate, according to several counterterrorism experts who spoke to the Law Enforcement Examiner...
|Dave Gibson -- The Examiner
Illegal alien pleads guilty in Pennsylvania hit-and-run
On Friday, Walter Antonio Milla Quintero, 24, pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident in which a person was injured/property damaged. -- On June 5, Quintero attempted to pass a vehicle from the left, as that vehicle was making a left-hand turn on West Broad Street in Telford, according to court documents. -- Quintero struck the car, injuring a passenger, only to flee the scene...
|EFE -- Madrid
Muslim pro-invasion zealot confident next term will see amnesty
Civil and political leaders from the Latino community meeting Tuesday for the annual conference of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute are confident that the presidential term that begins in 2013 will see the approval of immigration reform. -- 'There is a new consensus that is emerging across the country and whoever wins (in November) has to defend that consensus,' the executive director of the National Immigration Forum, Ali Noorani [a Muslim at left] said...
|Jeff Poor -- Daily Caller
Laura Ingraham to GOP: 'If you can't beat Obama... shut down the party'
On her Monday program, conservative radio host Laura Ingraham ripped into Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's campaign for its lackluster performance, citing unfavorable polling data showing Romney trailing President Barack Obama, despite the bad economy and high unemployment numbers. -- Given that the economy is bad, Ingraham argued Romney should be shoo-in and blamed the Republican Party's...
|Michelle Malkin -- Family Security Matters
All the wrong 9/11 lessons
Are your kids learning the right lessons about 9/11? Eleven years after Osama bin Laden's henchmen murdered thousands of innocents on American soil, too many children have been spoon-fed the thin gruel of progressive political correctness over the stiff antidote of truth. -- "Know your enemy, name your enemy" is a 9/11 message that has gone unheeded. Our immigration and homeland security policies...
'Those are acts of war,' says Nixon foreign policy adviser
Bruce Herschensohn, a foreign policy adviser to President Richard Nixon, says the attacks on U.S. property in Egypt and Libya are acts of war. -- "These are all acts of war," Herschensohn told Fox News. "A U.S. embassy should be as safe as your living room. If you're overseas and you go to an embassy of a foreign country, you are in that foreign country. And by all international law, those are acts of war."
|WTOP -- Washington
Officials believe embassy attack in Libya was coordinated
Intelligence experts and U.S. government officials are starting to view the attack in Libya that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others in Benghazi as a coordinated attack. -- Sources at the Pentagon and the State Department are discussing the possibility that it was a planned operation and have pointed out several developments that seem to support the possibility...
U.S. using drones to look for targets tied to attack, U.S official says
A senior U.S. official tells CNN that U.S. unmanned surveillance drones are expected to begin flying over Benghazai and other locations in eastern Libya to look for jihadi encampments and targets that may be tied to the attack on U.S. State Department personnel. -- The proposal for use of drones is expected to be approved shortly by the Pentagon and the White House, CNN's Pentagon Correspondent Barbara Starr reported...
Mexican invader to be removed from US for 11th time
New Haven, Conn. -- U.S. immigration authorities say a Mexican man arrested in Stamford this summer for driving-related offenses will be removed from the United States for an 11th time. -- Jose Angel Lopez Garcia pleaded guilty in August to illegally entering the country and was sentenced Thursday to time served. -- Immigration officials say they discovered that the 27-year-old man had returned to the U.S...
Mexicans want U.S. Border Patrol agent extradited
Mexico's Senate urged President Felipe Calderon's administration on Tuesday to pressure the United States to find and extradite the U.S. Border Patrol agent Mexico blames for the fatal shooting of a Mexican on the border with Texas last week. -- The killing on September 3 was the second time in two months Mexico complained of one of its nationals being shot over the frontier by U.S. border agents...
|KNXV-TV -- Phoenix
New Arizona Border Patrol station named for slain agent Brian Terry
Naco -- The U.S. Border Patrol will hold its grand opening Tuesday for its new station in Naco. -- The station will be named after Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. -- Terry was mortally wounded in a December 2010 firefight with a group of armed Mexican bandits just north of the Arizona-Mexico border. -- Two guns found at the scene were bought by a member of a gun smuggling ring that was being monitored...
Krauthammer rips U.S. embassy in Egypt
On Tuesday's broadcast of Fox News Channel's "Special Report," syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer called a U.S. response to rioters storming the American embassy in Cairo "disgraceful," saying that the rioters should "go to hell." -- Earlier in the day, after the American embassy had been attacked, the embassy issued a statement condemning what is believed to be the cause of the unrest...
|Dave Gibson -- The Examiner
Another 'narco-blogger' murdered in Mexico
On Sunday, Blog Del Narco reported the murder of 27-year-old Luis Gustavo Hernandez Bocanegra, the administrator of the popular 'narco-blog' known as Mundo Narco. -- He was reportedly shot to death in his home on by several gunmen. -- On August 28, several heavily armed men entered Luis Gustavo's home, and riddled his face with .40 caliber and 9mm bullets in front of his family, according to the report...
|NAFBPO Disturbing photos
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border
Apodaca, NL, Mex. -- A man and his son were shot and killed, after being pursued by gunmen. The son's wife was shot 8 times, which include one in the head, one on his right shoulder, three in the back, two on the right side and one in the right thigh. Her condition is reported to be grave. Investigators recovered at least 49 shell casings, and determined the father and son were shot at least 15 times each...
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner
Islamists storm U.S. embassy in Cairo; Ambassador killed in Libya
Egyptian protesters, believed to be members of the Muslim Brotherhood and the even more radical Islamist group the Salafists, stormed the walls of the U.S. embassy in Cairo on Tuesday. The enraged mob then tore down the American flag and burned it during the mob attack allegedly angry over a motion picture being filmed that they claim denigrates the Prophet Mohammed, a U.S. counterterrorism analyst...
U.S. Ambassador to Libya killed during consulate attack
...The response of the Obama Administration to the September 11 embassy attacks has been an absolute disgrace. First, the U.S. Embassy in Cairo issued a now-infamous statement, the morning before the embassy grounds were violated, condemning the "abuse of free speech" by the creators of the film that "hurt the religious feelings of Muslims"...
|Carol Platt Liebau -- Townhall.com
9/11 Victims Betrayed: An appalling statement from Obama
On 9/11, a day devoted to remembering those killed at the hands of Islamofascist terrorists -- and this year, a day when a mob in Egypt attacks the US embassy and replaces the American flag with the Al Qaeda one -- here is the Obama administration's statement in full: The Embassy of the United States in Cairo condemns the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims as we condemn efforts to offend believers of all religions...