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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

USA Today     
The nightmare continues... on steroids   
It's official: Barack Obama has been re-elected as the 44th president of the United States. -- The president claimed victory over Mitt Romney after winning the pivotal state of Ohio, tweeting his supporters: "This happened because of you. Thank you. We're all in this together. That's how we campaigned, and that's who we are. Thank you. -bo" -- A crowd at a Chicago convention center began cheering and dancing...

Efe -- Madrid     
Judge legalizes arrogant illegal alien reconquista zealot   
Chicago -- After being arrested four years ago and subjected to a deportation process, Mexican [illegal alien] Jose G. Herrera became a defender of the rights of [illegal aliens] and on Monday celebrated having obtained U.S. permanent residence. -- Immigration Judge Robert Vinikoor granted residence to Herrera on Nov. 1 for his good moral character and because of the extreme difficulties his U.S.-born son would face...

Gannett News Service     
Feds delay review of Obama immigration program   
Seventeen months have passed since the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced it would create an internal civil-rights review of the Obama administration's signature immigration enforcement program, but department officials now cannot say when, or if, they will complete it. -- [ICE] Director John Morton announced in June 2011 that his agency would create a statistical monitoring tool to ensure that...

Brownsville Herald     
Mexican invader gets life sentence in meth smuggling case   
A Mexican national has been sentenced to life in federal prison on charges of running a large-scale smuggling operation that moved methamphetamine and other drugs from Mexico to Houston. -- The U.S. attorney's office in Houston says 38-year-old Rigoberto Munoz-Vargas was sentenced Tuesday after pleading guilty to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and being an illegal immigrant with a firearm...

Diana West -- Family Security Matters      
Petraeus of Benghazi   
First, the WSJ, now the NYT: CIA Director David Petraeus is feeling a little heat from the spotlight regarding Benghazi. It's an extremely soft-focus spot, however, one that obscures the most important question regarding Petraeus' role in Obama administration mendacity in characterizing what was a planned terrorist attack as a violent melee growing from a "spontaneous" protest over a YouTube video...

Chicago Daily Herald     
31 arrested during ICE sweep   
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials arrested 31 people as part of a sweep targeted at removing repeat criminal aliens, officials said. -- ICE officials said the criminals, immigration fugitives and immigration violators were arrested during a two-day sweep by ICE's Enforcement and Removal Operations teams in Chicago that concluded Sunday...

Glenn Spencer -- American Border Patrol       
Beware the Internet    
Recently I had need to find the recoil of a mortar.  I Googled the term and came up with an article - How to Calculate The Recoil of a Mortar. -- In it, the author says: Calculate the recoil energy of the mortar using this formula: Recoil energy equals one-half the mass of the mortar multiplied by the velocity of the mortar round squared. The mortar's mass is in kilograms, and the velocity of the round...

Felix Imonti -- OilPrice.com     
Is Pakistan's paranoia pushing it into a nuclear war with India?   
The possibility of a nuclear war between Pakistan and India grows every day. If the Pakistanis do not bring under control the terrorist groups in the country and resolve the conflicts with India, it is not a matter of if it will happen, but when. -- There have been few achievements to celebrate in the sixty-five year history of Pakistan and that has made the success of the nuclear program central to the national identity...

Herbert London -- Family Security Matters     
Cover-up 2012   
In 1973 there was a feeding frenzy among journalists who could not consume the details of the Watergate break-in fast enough. Pulitzer prizes awaited those with a new factoid or an interview with someone in the administration who broke ranks with President Nixon. In retrospect, this was a clumsy effort to interfere with the campaign of the Democratic challenger. There wasn't any justification for the act...

James Simpson -- The Examiner    
Today America wins or dies   
We have all felt it. The slow decline. The inevitable disappointment. It seems like we can't win anymore. -- Why? Because we are not allowed to. It is not politically correct. The president himself said that he was "worried about using the term 'victory'" in Afghanistan. We shouldn't be thinking of the war on terror in terms of victory. What then? There is no middle ground --- you win or you lose. So subconsciously we prepare...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner     
Black Panthers allowed back to Philadelphia polling place (in official capacity) 
On Tuesday, morning, New Black Panther Party member, Jerry Jackson, was seen standing outside of a North Philadelphia polling place, dressed in the hate group's paramilitary uniform, complete with trademark black beret. -- Jackson was one of three Black Panthers charged with voter intimidation in the 2008 presidential election, in a case which was ultimately dropped by the Obama administration...

Allan Wall -- NewsWithViews.com     
Voting for Mitt Romney   
Life is full of choices. Every four years, Americans choose their president. -- This year the choice is between the incumbent, Democrat Barack Obama, and the Republican challenger Mitt Romney. -- It's a shame they both can't lose. Neither man seems particularly dedicated to the U.S. Constitution nor to the historical American nation. Neither is prone to conduct a rational foreign policy. Both favor mass immigration...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner 
Navy SEALs: Obama poses a clear and present danger to U.S.   
The Obama administration poses a clear and present danger to America, according to a former member of elite Naval commandos in a statement released Sunday. U.S. Navy SEALs have been telling anyone who'll listen that President Barack Obama has been a weak leader throughout his term and cannot be trusted. -- Senior administration officials recklessly briefed members of the press with operational details that put SEALs...

Family Security Matters     
CBS News suppressed 60 Minutes video to protect Obama on Benghazi 
There's no way to spin this - it's pure, unadulterated, blatantly obvious media bias, in which information extremely damaging to Barack Obama was kept from the public, to protect the President at a moment of crisis. -- CBS News has finally revealed the full contents of the interview Barack Obama gave to Steve Kroft of "60 Minutes" on September 12, 2012 - the day after the terrorist attack in Benghazi...

London Daily Mail     
Obama's 'druncle' fears deportation if Romney wins   
Standing behind the liquor store counter the man quietly and anonymously goes about his job serving customers. -- He had arrived for his shift promptly at 3pm afte'

[r filling up his gleaming silver Toyota Rav 4 with gas and taking out the trash at his modest two-storey yellow clapboard house in a downtrodden Massachusetts neighbourhood. -- This a fascinating glimpse into the life of Onyango 'Omar' Obama...

The Hill     
GOP Senators: Thousands of ballots unlikely to reach military voters in time   
A group of Republican senators said Monday that thousands of voter ballots are unlikely to reach military service members until after Nov. 6. -- One day ahead of the election, Sens. John Cornyn (R-Texas), Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.), John McCain (R-Ariz.), Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) sent a letter to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta to express their concern over delays in ballots reaching military voters overseas.

Breitbart     
Obama ends campaign in half-empty Ohio arena   
President Obama's big rally tonight turned out to be just like his first, opening salvo of the 2012 campaign: a half-empty arena in Ohio. According to RealClearPolitics' Scott Conroy, there were "empty seats scattered around the upper-level of Nationwide Arena..."Four years ago, after all, Obama was easily filling venues larger than that..." The event even featured Bruce Springsteen and Jay-Z, and Obama still couldn't fill it out...

Jerry Seper -- Washington Times    
Corrupt Obama regime uses storm as excuse to help invaders 
Citing the destruction of Superstorm Sandy, the Obama administration has waived immigration laws for illegal [aliens] now in the United States, arguing that the [invaders'] ability to maintain their lawful immigration status or obtain other immigration benefits may have been hampered by the deadly storm. -- Through the Department of Homeland Security, the administration said "eligible individuals" may request... [Related]

Anthony Martin -- The Examiner     
New revelations on August 16 cable from Libya depict deception   
As previously reported by the Examiner, a classified, top secret Aug. 16 cable from American officials in Libya to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton provided a dire assessment of security capabilities at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, nearly a month before the deadly Sept. 11 attacks that killed four American diplomats. -- The cable stated that the consulate was woefully unprepared and ill equipped to respond to...

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