|WHNT-TV -- Huntsville, Alabama
Mexican invader arrested after massive meth seizure
Drug agents in Etowah and Marshall Counties said a man living near Albertville had the largest quantity and purest quality of methamphetamine they have seen in a long time. -- Investigators arrested 20-year-old Hector Aragon Vasquez for drug trafficking. -- Narcotics investigators said Vasquez had nearly $250,000 worth of uncut meth. -- He is being held on a $500,000 bond, but Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin said...
|Charles C. Johnson -- Daily Caller
Comrade O once approved of restricting speech to protect minorities
At the height of early-1990s conservative backlash over political correctness and "speech codes" on U.S. college campuses, Barack Obama participated in a panel event geared toward denying that restrictions on free expression were problematic, or happening at all. -- The 1991 Harvard Law School yearbook quoted the future President of the United States virtually shrugging his shoulders at the thought that...
|NAFBPO Disturbing photos
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border
Acuña, Coah., Mex. -- Federal police transported 39 more municipal officers to the capital where they will have polygraph and other testing as part of he investigation into the slaying of Jose Eduardo Moreira Rodriguez, son of former Governor Humberto Moreira. These are in addition to 7 other officers already being held, which include the Assistant Chief Rodolfo Castillo Montes...
|Jon Feere -- CIS.org
Law Profs: Obama's deferred action not supported by Constitution
A new paper by John Yoo (UC Berkeley School of Law) and Robert J. Delahunty (University of St. Thomas School of Law, Minnesota) raises many questions about President Obama's decision to grant legal status to nearly two million illegal aliens under deferred action and concludes that the president's act "threatens to vest the executive branch with broad domestic policy authority that the Constitution does not grant it..."
|Pasadena (Calif.) Star News Editorial
Immigration policies should not be made by police chiefs
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck has wandered again into the political fight over immigration. Late last week, Beck announced that the LAPD plans to stop turning over to federal authorities some of the illegal [aliens] the department arrests. -- Unclear at this point is exactly which alleged crimes would be deemed serious enough for the police to continue to hand over for potential deportation...
|Bill Sardi -- LewRockwell.com
The Obama regime wouldn't spread lies, would they?
It's a fact, you're not going to get re-elected if unemployment rates are high. So just fudge the numbers and re-correct them at a later date (Jan. 2013) which the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) typically does on a regular basis. -- The latest new jobs numbers, this time for September '12, reflects what America is becoming a country that is fooling itself with phony numbers that go unchallenged by the nation's news press...
|Jennifer Waters -- Market Watch
Your right to resell your own stuff is in peril
Tucked into the U.S. Supreme Court's agenda this fall is a little-known case that could upend your ability to resell everything from your grandmother's antique furniture to your iPhone 4. -- At issue in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons is the first-sale doctrine in copyright law, which allows you to buy and then sell things like electronics, books, artwork and furniture, as well as CDs and DVDs, without getting permission from...
|Rick Oltman -- The Examiner
Cause and effect rules our economy
I don't care what the government announced about unemployment falling to 7.8%. It's bunk, and you don't need to be Milton Friedman to see it. Job growth is a lagging indicator of economic growth. We live in a cause and effect universe. For every effect there is a cause. Job growth is an effect, the cause of job growth is an expanding economy. To change an effect you must change the corresponding cause...
|Kimberly Dvorak -- The Examiner
Friendly fire? Or is the FBI off target again with agent's death?
Border Patrol agent Nicolas Ivie's tragic death outside Naco, Arizona earlier this week should not be handled as a political football for Washington's spin mills. -- On October 2, the desert was quiet, well lit under a day old full moon, when gunfire erupted. It's been reported that three Board Patrol agents responded to a tripped ground sensor, set to warn agents of intruders north of the U.S. border...