Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Arizona law bars racial profiling
|New York Times -- October 16
Full Transcript of the Second Presidential Debate
Obama: ...He called the Arizona law a model for the nation. Part of the Arizona law said that law enforcement officers could stop folks because they suspected maybe they looked like they might be undocumented workers and checked their papers. [...]
American Patrol Report -- October 17
The Arizona law prohibits racial profiling
Obama says the law specifically allows law enforcement officers to "stop folks" because they "might be undocumented workers." Teams of lawyers are just waiting to pounce on any law enforcement action that even hints at racial profiling. It is against the law but Obama says the law allows it.
That is a lie and he knows it.
|Associated Press sc
ACLU asking if Iowa will issue driver's license to DACA illegals
Des Moines -- The American Civil Liberties Union is asking Iowa officials whether the state will grant driver's licenses to illegal [aliens] granted "deferred action" status by the federal government. -- The ACLU says it sent a letter to Iowa Transportation Director Paul Trombino, asking him what the state will do. -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has said each state can determine whether to issue licenses...
|Canada Border Services Agency
Statement regarding shooting at Douglas, BC port of entry
Vancouver, BC -- Today, Roslyn MacVicar, Pacific Regional Director General of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), made the following statement updating on the condition of the officer injured in yesterday's shooting at Douglas port of entry: "Yesterday afternoon Border Services Officer Lori Bowcock was shot and injured in the line of duty at the Douglas, B.C. port of entry..."
|Leo W. Banks -- The American Thinker -- Bellevue, Wash.
Drug smugglers brazenly barging across the border in broad daylight
The October 2 shooting death of Border Patrol agent Nicholas Ivie brought national media to Arizona's Cochise County. After a few days, when investigators determined that the killing was a tragic a case of friendly fire, the media packed up and left. --Most of their stories will go unaired and unpublished, and that's a shame. With the election looming, voters needs to hear the truth at a time when Washington...
16 indicted in alien and drug smuggling cases
Houston -- Investigators say 16 people have been indicted in a Houston-based drug and human smuggling operation. -- Prosecutors say 15 people have been arrested on indictments returned Sept. 20 and announced Wednesday. The charges include [alien] smuggling and drug smuggling conspiracy. -- U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson says the two-year investigation involves suspects from Houston, Mexico and El Salvador...
|Beverly Hills Courier
Assessor, 2 others busted on corruption charges in L.A.
Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez, who has been on leave while investigators probed allegations that his office reduced property tax assessments in exchange for campaign contributions, was arrested today along with two other people. -- Noguez, whose real name is Juan Renaldo Rodriguez, was taken into custody shortly before 8:30 a.m. at his Huntington Park home by District Attorney's Office investigators...
Reconquistas blast Romney over stance on invaders
Last night Governor Romney told the town hall debate attendees that he would not grant amnesty and that he was not going to round up the some 12 million [illegal aliens] and expel them from the country. He also vaguely made reference to [some illegal aliens] being able to earn a pathway to citizenship through military service, which is something he has talked about back in June at the NALEO conference...
|Lord Christopher Monckton of Brenchley -- WND.com
Barack Obama the communist
Overlook the socialist smirks of Obama and Biden in their TV debates, Biden's loutish 82 interruptions (one a minute) and the harridan who "moderated" the veep face-off and let her fellow socialist get away with it. The value of these debates is that they are happening at all: for a curious defect in Western politics is that real debate has become rare...
|Mark Krikorian -- CIS.org sc
No limiting principle
Well, in what will be four presidential/vice-presidential debates, at least there was one question on immigration. Last night's question, like almost all the others from this group of "undecided" voters, came from a Democratic perspective, offering yet another new euphemism for "illegal aliens": "immigrants without their green cards that are currently living here as productive members of society."
|North Andover (Mass.) Patch
Illegal alien busted for video recording co-worker in bathroom
North Andover Police arrested a Brazilian illegal [alien] working at J&M Convenience Store and Taki's Pizza for allegedly using an iPod to video a young woman in a bathroom there. -- Mauricio Lisboa-Gomes, 26, of 17 Forest Acres Drive, was arrested for indecent assault and battery on a person over the age of 14 and videotaping nude. -- According to arrest reports, the alleged victim was an 18-year-old coworker of his...
Obama, Romney spar over immigration in second debate
President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney sparred over immigration policy on Tuesday for the first time during the course of their debates, and the sparks did fly. -- Obama raked Romney over the coals for the tough positions he adopted earlier in the campaign. Romney tried to soften his hardliner image, but stuck to many of the conservative policies he adopted during the primaries...
Illegal alien-laden load vehicle rolls over in fatal crash
Bright-orange spray paint marks left by police on a busy Brownsville street Tuesday morning showed where a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled over Monday night while carrying eight people. Two teens were ejected and killed. --Broken glass, a shoe, a displaced headlight, an oak tree snapped at the trunk, and what appears to be blood told the story of a violent roll-over crash that left a 13-year-old male...
71% favor requiring voter ID at the polls
Support remains high for requiring voters to prove their identity at the polls, but more voters than ever believe requiring photo identification is discriminatory. However, there are wide partisan differences of opinion on this issue. -- A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 66% of Likely U.S. Voters believe voter fraud is a serious problem in America today...
Bush's useless AG pushing amnesty for invaders... again
Former U.S. Attorney Alberto Gonzales said during a stop today in Birmingham that he agrees with the idea behind the Obama Administration's program of giving [illegal aliens] a chance to stay in the country at least a few more years without the threat of deportation. -- But Gonzales, a Republican and the nation's first Hispanic U.S. Attorney, said he didn't agree with the way President Barack Obama did it...
|Paul Craig Roberts
During the second half of the 20th century the United States was an opportunity society. The ladders of upward mobility were plentiful, and the middle class expanded. Incomes rose, and ordinary people were able to achieve old-age security. -- In the 21st century the opportunity society has disappeared. Middle class jobs are scarce. Indeed, jobs of any kind are scarce. To stay even with population growth from 2002 through 2011...
|Walter E. Williams -- CNS News
Here's a recent statement frequently suggested by leftist academics, think tank researchers and policymakers: "People were not just struggling because of their personal deficiencies. There were structural factors at play. People weren't poor because they made bad decisions. They were poor because our society creates poverty." --- Who made that statement and where it was made is not important at all, but its corrosive effects...