Invasion by Mexico Surges
Mainstream media cover up -- just like Benghazi
|Glenn Spencer -- American Border Patrol -- October 28
Last week I attended a conference in El Paso where Louis Alvarez, DHS Deputy Secretary for International Affairs, explained how DHS was working with Mexico in cooperative way to secure our borders even sharing radio frequencies. Really?
Overheard radio report by a U.S Border Patrol agent this past week: "....These guys we just caught say they are going to nickel & dime us all day. There are a lot of bodies down south, and they're going to send bits and pieces at a time. There's just a lot down there and that's what they are told to do."
The agent had just apprehended an illegal alien who told him that many more were just waiting to jump across the border and overwhelm the U.S. agents with their shear numbers. The location was southwest of Tucson.
The photo on this page shows a Mexican soldier who was imbedded in a border invasion camp -- also southwest of Tucson.
No doubt many similar camps dot the border with Mexico, and no doubt Mexican military personnel are there as well.
Later next week SecureBorderIntel.org will report that the surge across the border is accelerating.
Barack Obama knows that we are being invaded by Mexico, but does nothing because he knows - just as with Benghazi - that the mainstream media won't report the story.
|KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas
Ton of pot found in abandoned vehicle
Starr County- Investigators looking for driver of an abandoned vehicle found with marijuana inside. -- Border Patrol agents responded to some suspicious activity west of Roma early Saturday morning. -- Border Patrol spokesman Henry Mendiola told CHANNEL 5 NEWS agents spotted the car on the side of the road with nobody inside...
Reconquistas wary of Obama's unconstitutional DACA scheme
President Barack Obama announced a policy shift in June that allows certain young people brought to the U.S. illegally to avoid deportation. But the response from leaders of the so-called DREAMers movement has been lukewarm. -- One of them is Viridiana Martinez, who has been on the front lines in the debate over immigration reform, organizing protests and getting arrested in acts of civil disobedience...
Gov't Study: Diversity may be fatal
Diversity may be killing older African-Americans and Hispanics, according to a new peer-reviewed study published in the America Journal of Public Health, which shows that people suffer less cancer and heart disease when they live among their racial or ethnic peers. -- "Living in an ethnically dense neighborhood is beneficial when it comes to heart disease and cancer," said Kimberly Alvarez, a co-author of the new study...
Navy replaces admiral leading Mideast Strike Group because of ongoing investigation
In an unusual move, the Navy has replaced an admiral commanding an aircraft carrier strike group while it is deployed to the Middle East. The replacement was prompted by an Inspector General's investigation of allegations of inappropriate leadership judgment. -- Rear Adm. Charles M. Gaouette, the commander of the USS John C. Stennis strike group, is being returned to the United States for temporary reassignment...
|Iron Mountain (Mich.) Daily News
DACA illegals toss tantrum over denial of driver's licenses
A decision to deny Michigan driver's licenses to immigrants granted work permits under President Barack Obama's deferred-action program has sparked a protest. About 300 people protested outside a Secretary of State branch office Wednesday in the Grand Rapids suburb of Wyoming. -- Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson issued a decree to branch workers earlier this month...
|Arizona Republic -- Phoenix
Radio woes put agents at risk on the border
Despite years of complaints from U.S. Border Patrol agents, the federal government has failed to eliminate radio "dead spots" where agents suddenly lose contact with each other. -- That loss of communication can create a dangerous situation and most often occurs in remote mountainous areas similar to the area where Agent Nicholas Ivie was killed by friendly fire this month...
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner
Inspector General: Obama squandered big bucks on green jobs schemes
The Obama administration released a disturbing report on Friday that revealed hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars poured into a program that failed to achieve its goals and was discriminatory against women, whereby 84 percent of the beneficiaries were men. -- The report regarding an internal investigation conducted by the Inspector General of the Department of Labor increases suspicion of the ineffectiveness...
|Imperial Valley News
Border Patrol seizes meth, later busts illegals
Imperial, Calif. -- El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents assigned to the Indio Station seized approximately three pounds of methamphetamine at the Highway 86 checkpoint, located between Westmorland and Salton City California. In a separate incident, Calexico station agents apprehended a juvenile alien smuggler and a foot guide. -- The first incident occurred on October 23, at approximately 4:00 p.m...
|Jennifer Rubin -- Washington Post
Obama needs to come clean on Benghazi
The Benghazi debacle has three parts: how we neglected security while al-Qaeda was building a presence in Libya; whether the administration tried to mislead the public as to the nature of the attack; and now whether the administration denied pleas for help from operatives on the ground at the consulate.... [Numerous related items + action alert]
|Mark Andrew Dwyer -- Federal Observer
Who to blame for the U.S. Ambassador's death?
Whom to blame for the U.S. Ambassador death? This burning question may have an easy answer. -- Clearly, the "folks" (this is how the President Obama characterizes them while talking in public) who killed the Ambassador and three other Americans are responsible for their deaths. But a bunch of rebels, even if armed with submachine guns and mortars, might not have succeeded in their barbaric attempt...
|Yuma News Now
Mexican busted at border with over 30 pounds of cocaine
San Luis, Arizona - A Mexican national was arrested Monday morning for attempting to smuggle $275,000 worth of cocaine into the United States. -- Customs and Border Protection officers referred Nestor Martinez-Noriega, 52, of San Luis, Rio Colorado, Sonora, Mexico, for additional inspection of his Dodge truck. After a narcotics detection canine alerted to areas in the truck, officers found more than 30 pounds of cocaine...
|Lance Traweek -- American Press -- Lake Charles, Louisiana
Lobbyist: Invaders cost Louisiana $224M a year
The fiscal burden of the estimated 40,000 illegal [aliens] and their 7,800 U.S.-born children in Louisiana costs the state $224 million a year, according to a lobbyist with the Federation for American Immigration Reform. -- Joyce Mucci, a spokeswoman for the group, spoke to members of the Republican Women on Thursday at their monthly luncheon. Mucci criticized the deferred action for childhood arrivals.