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Saturday, November 17, 2012

Public Demands Border Enforcement First
If only they knew the real truth
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Legions of Hezbollah paramilitary terrorists are infiltrating the US via Mexico. (Catholic.org)
American Patrol Report -- November 17  
   A new Gallup poll released after the election shows that Americans want illegal immigration halted. In fact, 62% said that stopping illegal immigration was "extremely / very important " while only 37% said it was "extremely / very important" to provide a path to citizenship to illegal immigrants living in the U.S.
    Recent reports that Texas lawmen are being threatened by Mexican criminals, and that Islamic terrorists from Mexico are infiltrating the U.S. for next attack underscore the need for border security.
    "In spite of the overwhelming support for border security, our government still refuses to do its job," said Glenn Spencer, head of American Border Patrol, a non-profit border watchdog group. Spencer said if the mainstream media reported the truth about the border and the real threat that failure to secure it represents, the Gallup numbers would leap to near 100 percent. "Despite the extreme bias in the media against securing our borders, the American people still want the job done," Spencer said. "If they knew the real truth, the outcry would be deafening," he added.

Associated Press     
US embassy warns Americans of attacks in greece   
The U.S. Embassy in Athens updated its travel advice Friday for American citizens visiting Greek cities, warning them to beware of the possibility of "unprovoked harassment and violent attacks" against people who could be mistaken for foreign migrants. -- Greece has seen an increase in racist violence over the past year, with dark-skinned migrants attacked by groups of men armed with metal bars, knives and wooden bats...

Tom Tancredo -- WND.com     
Tancredo calls on patriots to better battle 'systemic media bias'   
The cynicism promoted by our arrogant and shameless media establishment is creating an atmosphere of desperation among a growing number of citizens. When people feel totally disenfranchised, they may not stop at letter writing. Some will resort to violence. If there is blood in the streets as a result of the accelerating assault on our Constitution, the blame rests squarely on the shoulders of our media establishment...

D.A. King -- Californians for Population Stabilization     
The truth about Hispanics casting their votes for Republicans   
The latest statement of intent from Republican leadership in Washington regarding another amnessty for the 12-20 million illegal aliens currently living - and taking jobs, benefits and services - in the U.S. is being sold as a way to harvest the Hispanic vote. -- Apparently, panicked leaders in the GOP are attempting to prove "those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." Again.

Anthony Martin -- The Examiner     
Petraeus indicates Obama, Rice lied   
Gen. David Petraeus, one of the most highly decorated men in the military and one of the most highly respected figures in Washington among both political parties, testified to Congress today that both President Obama and U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice lied to the public when they quickly mobilized an effort just after the Benghazi attacks to deceive the public into thinking that the attacks were motivated by...

Digital Journal     
Arizona stripper busted on human smuggling charges   
Florence, Az. -- If you are driving a car with six illegal [aliens] in it, it is a good idea to obey all the traffic laws. And if stopped and you tell a police officer the six men are friends, it is prudent to know their names. -- On Nov. 8, a deputy with the Pinal County Sheriff's Office in Arizona, was on a patrol on I-10 when he observed a 2004 Chevrolet minivan commit several traffic violations...

Daily Caller     
Golden State turns to lead, now leads poverty rankings   
The Golden State has reached a poverty rate that is now twice as bad as West Virginia’s and substantially worse than the rates of poverty in Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas and Texas, according to a new measure of poverty developed by the federal Census Bureau. -- Democrat-run California earned its last-place rank under the federal government’s new measure of poverty, which incorporates more detailed analyses...

Hispanically Speaking     
RINO Rubio pushing the DREAM Act amnesty   
GOP Sen. Marco Rubio on Thursday pushed for legal immigration to this country, called for prudence in the possible regularization of the status of millions of [illegal aliens] already living here and urged a permanent solution for people brought here illegally as children. -- The Cuban American from Florida, a rising figure in the Republican Party, emphasized that "the issue of kids that are in this country [illegally] is not an immigration issue, it's a humanitarian one."

CBS-TV -- Boston     
State RMV worker in illegal alien license scam  
Watertown, Mass. -- A woman who works for the Registry of Motor Vehicles is in federal custody and faces a 27-count indictment in an alleged scheme involving using her position at the RMV to defraud illegal [aliens]. -- The District Attorney's office says Adriana Ferreira, 48, of Brighton was arrested in Watertown. She's accused of promising driver's licenses to illegal [aliens] in exchange for a $2,000 fee...

Mark Krikorian -- CIS.org    
Are the DREAMers a special case?   
Now that the GOP leadership has signaled its eagerness to again support the Democrat drive for amnesty and open borders, a fight has broken out on the other side. This is a revival of the public spitting match between the "comprehensive" amnesty crowd in D.C., who want amnesty for all illegal aliens or nothing, and the DREAMers, illegal aliens who came here as children, who are willing to cut a separate deal for themselves...

Wichita Eagle     
Dubious group demands Kobach resignation   
Where has Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach been these past few months? -- Apparently in Kansas, mostly. -- On Tuesday, a voting-rights group demanded that Kobach step down, saying he had been spending too much time out of state politicking for immigration restrictions and voter identification laws. -- The group, KanVote, released a list of 17 television and live appearances by Kobach related to immigration...

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office -- Phoenix     
MCSO deputies continue to round up invaders 
Sheriff Joe Arpaio reports a total of 16 illegal aliens were arrested in the last two days during a Maricopa County Sheriff's Office operation in the Southeast Valley. Two of these incidents ended with short vehicle chases through the desert as the suspects attempted to get away. -- The most recent chase came last night when six suspected illegal aliens, two of which were in the trunk of the vehicle, drove into the desert...

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