Friday, September 21, 2012
Is America is Losing Its Mind?
Open borders and a Muslim world?
|Family Security Matters -- September 21
1.5 billion bin Ladens
Amidst the graffiti on the wall outside the U.S. embassy in Cairo, one of the rioters scrawled "1.5 Billion Bin Ladens." Last time I heard, the last thing bin Laden saw was a member of Seal Team Six just before he took a bullet to the head. That is the way a nation that has been attacked responds to the murder of nearly three thousand of its citizens.
To suggest, as the White House keeps saying, that rioting in more than twenty-five mostly Muslim nations is the result of some amateur film that no one has seen reveals an administration that thinks Americans are stupid and unaware that President Obama's foreign policy in the Middle East is responsible for the crisis that has killed our ambassador to Libya and others. A compliant mainstream news media continues to report this fiction.
At the heart of events is the intention to create a Muslim caliphate stretching across the Middle East, Northern Africa, and into Southeast Asia. One that will stretch into Europe and, presumably, America. The aim is to establish governments in which Sharia law will replace any remnants of democracy and freedom. It is being aided and abetted by Barack Hussein Obama.
American Border Patrol
Border Surge Confirmed
Aliens Head for U.S. and Amnesty...
|Dave Gibson -- The Examiner
Invader charged with exposing himself in California
On Wednesday, Emelio Gomez Penaloza, 46 was arrested after he reportedly exposed himself to a woman who was working in her front yard on North End Road, according to a Murrieta Police Department press release. -- Around 5:45 p.m., a car with two men inside stopped in front of the woman's home. She observed the man, later identified as Penaloza, fondling himself...
|Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal sc
Sheriff Warren: We have always won on illegal immigration
Cobb County Sheriff Neil Warren said he's turned over about 10,000 inmates to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement under the 287(g) program since 2007. -- The 50 or so people attending the East Cobb Republicans meeting at Tijuana Joe's on Wednesday evening greeted that comment with applause. -- The Cobb Sheriff's Office was the first in Georgia to adopt the controversial program, which allows...
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner
Justice Department's false denials of reckless conduct exposed
In a frantic effort to backtrack on its claims that the attacks on U.S. embassies in the Middle East were a "spontaneous" reaction to a film that insults the prophet Muhammad, the White House now admits that alternative media outlets were correct in their initial assessment that the attacks were not driven by the film but by anti-American terrorism. -- White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters Wednesday that...
|D.A. King -- Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal
Are you better off than you were four years ago?
This is rather amusing. The panicked Obama "Hope and Change" --- oops --- I mean "Forward" campaign staff is struggling to handle a simple and un-welcomed question being asked of American voters: Are you better off than you were four years ago? (Certainly the 47 percent who depend on Obama's government say "yes.") -- And for millions of illegal aliens in Obama's America, the clear answer is a resounding "si!"
|Stein Report / Fox News Latino sc
New poll illustrates the myth of the monolithic Hispanic vote
Three months after President Barack Obama announced plans to suspend deportation for some [illegal aliens], Latinos are giving him higher ratings for his handling of immigration... Independent Latinos - who are considered particularly crucial in this presidential election - were evenly split, with 42 percent approving and 42 percent disapproving. Among Democrat Latinos, 77 percent approved...
|Dave Levine -- The Dave Levine Show
Romney loses the election... six weeks early
As I've written here and talked about on the show for years now, Mitt Romney is an ideologue on the wrong side of the law and order fence and always has been. He only "sounds" tough on third rail issues like illegal immigration (as in "illegal aliens must self-deport") when he needs conservative votes. Now that he has the nomination, he feels he can shaft Conservative voters in a massive, pro-amnesty "hispandering" effort...
Liar in Chief
Asked about the Fast and Furious program at the Univision forum on Thursday, President Obama falsely claimed that the program began under President George W. Bush. -- "I think it's important for us to understand that the Fast and Furious program was a field-initiated program begun under the previous administration," the president said. "When Eric Holder found out about it, he discontinued it..."
|Farmington (NM) Daily Times
Usual suspects pressure local cops over asking invaders for ID
The Citizen Police Advisory Committee heard a presentation from Somos un Pueblo Unido, a Santa Fe-based [illegal alien "rights"] group. -- The presentation called for a clear protocol on when Farmington Police Officers would ask for an individual's immigration status and on when they would call for the assistance of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, agents...
Secretary of State: 4K noncitizens on voter rolls
Lansing, Mich. -- One day after being sued over a controversial ballot box citizenship question, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson said Tuesday there are an estimated 4,000 noncitizens on Michigan's voter rolls. -- The estimate is based on the state's access to citizenship information for one-fifth of the population, Johnson said, adding the federal government won't give her access to more citizenship data...
|Paul Berard -- Washington Examiner
$1.8 Trillion Shock: Obama regs cost 20-times estimate
Current federal regulations plus those coming under Obamacare will cost American taxpayers and businesses $1.8 trillion annually, more than twenty times the $88 billion the administration estimates, according to a new roundup provided to Secrets from the libertarian Competitive Enterprise Institute. -- And it could grow, warned the author of the report, Clyde Wayne Crews, a CEI vice president.
|Wall Street Journal
Kansas board mulls removing Obama's name from Nov. ballot
Just when you think you've heard the last from so-called "birthers" trying to advance their claims that President Obama isn't a natural-born citizen, here comes another effort --- this one enjoying the patina of legitimacy thanks to elected officials in Kansas. -- Three of the state's top Republicans said Thursday that they didn't have sufficient evidence of the president's birth records to decide whether to advance efforts...
|Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle
Board dismisses complaint that Vidalia harbors illegal aliens
...The board also discussed whether or not to take up three complaints filed in July by anti-illegal immigration activist D.A. King and ultimately decided to form a subcommittee to keep track of progress on one complaint and decided to delay action on the other two. -- A three-member subcommittee was formed to gather information about King's complaint that alleges the Department of Community Affairs is not complying...
|Kurt Nimmo -- Infowars
Big Sis: Obama ready to sign surveillance grid executive order
Homeland Security boss Janet Napolitano told a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on Wednesday that a blatantly unconstitutional Obama administration executive order is "still being drafted in the inter-agency process" and "is close to completion depending on a few issues that need to be resolved at the highest levels."
|Cliff Kinkaid -- Family Security Matters
Media bias designed to save Obama's presidency
The constant refrain from the media that the "anti-Islam" film somehow "triggered" or "sparked" the violence in Libya, Egypt and other countries is a transparent lie that follows the Obama Administration's attempt to divert attention away from the fact that the "Arab Spring" promoted by Obama has been a complete failure for U.S. interests. Media bias is to be expected, especially during a foreign policy debacle...
|Dave Gibson -- The Examiner
Obama regime in no hurry to prosecute USS Cole bombing suspect
A week ago, the Miami-Herald reported that the death penalty trial for alleged mastermind of the USS Cole bombing "could start in November, although motions and discovery are expected to delay it." -- In fact, the trial may be delayed for several more years, though the accused has been in custody since 2006. -- In August 2010, the Obama administration actually set aside al-Nashiri's prosecution...
|Conn Carroll -- Washington Examiner
Lying nightmare in White House exposed
In the introduction to his biography of President Obama, David Maraniss writes of Obama's self-described "autobiography" Dreams of My Father, "It is important to say that it falls into the realm of literature and memoir, not history and autobiography, and should not be read as a rigorously factual account." In other words, most of what we supposedly "know" about Obama is actually pure fiction...
|Dr. Michael Ledeen -- Family Security Matters
The global war
Killing Americans serves several purposes in the war being waged against us (we have yet to seriously engage against our known enemies): first, it's what the war is all about. They want us dead or dominated. Second, it helps recruitment, which had dropped after the defeat of Iran, Syria, and al-Qaeda in Iraq. Morale had also dropped, and stories claiming that the top American in Libya had been raped...
Several targets of a collaborative relationship between Justice Department Office of Public Affairs director Tracy Schmaler and the liberal message group Media Matters for America told The Daily Caller that Schmaler's conduct is grounds for her resignation, or for the termination of her employment. -- And members of Congress have told TheDC that Media Matters' enviable tax-exempt status may be in jeopardy as a result...