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2012 Highlight: L.A. Times Received $1 Million in Restitution
Ford Foundation compensates its victim
Los Angeles Times -- May 18, 2012   
L.A. Times will use $1-million grant to expand key beats
Ford's "bankrolling of 'open border' advocacy policy is sharply one-sided, and often extremist – William Hawkins - 1994
    The Los Angeles Times will use a $1-million grant from the Ford Foundation to expand its coverage of key beats, including immigration and ethnic communities in Southern California, the southwest U.S. border and the emerging economic powerhouse of Brazil.
    Times Editor Davan Maharaj announced the grant Thursday, calling it "great news" that will bolster coverage of subjects vitally important to readers.
Red Dot
American Patrol Report Comment
    The Ford Foundation has been the major source of funding for Hispanic organizations in the United States. It was responsible for creating the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) and the National Council of La Raza (NCLR).
    The Ford Foundation fought every effort to enforce our immigration laws. One of its lackeys, Robert Bach, actually set INS immigration policy under Bill Clinton.
    As Spanish replaced English as the primary language in Los Angeles, Times readership fell. "Over the last decade, no paper has lost readership at a faster pace than the L.A. Times."
    The Los Angeles Times is one of the victims of the Ford Foundation funded invasion of California --- although a willing one.
Red DotRelated: Does L.A. Times qualify as a charity case?

Tuesday, January 1, 2013 -- 7:20 PM
Updates will resume on Wednesday as soon as there is news to post.

Thomas Jackson -- American Renaissance     
The economic consequences of immigration   
The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) is one of the country's best sources of information about immigration. Its reports on such things as how immigration affects American workers, the mechanics of deportation, and immigrant crime are carefully researched and clearly written. Since its founding in 1985, CIS has supported immigration control, but its main goal is to discover and present the facts...

Dr. Chuck Baldwin -- VDare.com     
2013: It's going to be a rough year   
I candidly confess that I am not very superstitious. I don't care how many cracks I step on on a sidewalk; I don't care how many cracked mirrors I look at; I've never thrown salt over my shoulder; I've never rubbed a red-headed boy's head for luck; I don't carry four-leaf clovers or rabbit's feet in my pocket; and the number 13 doesn't scare me a bit. All of that notwithstanding, however, I can't help but believe that 2013...

2nd Amendment advocates dig in for fight with Obama
..."The issue Mr. Obama wants to solve has nothing to do with stopping crazed lunatics from massacring children. He wants to solve the ‘problem' of citizens possessing firearms that he and his ilk find scary. In that light, I'm sure that he will find some token 'gun owners' to sit down at the table with him and assert that ‘no one needs a gun like that,'" Knox said...

Associated Press    sc 
Deportations from Northwest keep dropping    
The number of illegal [aliens] in the Pacific Northwest removed from the country has fallen dramatically over the past couple of years, according to new numbers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. -- They show that 6,733 [illegal aliens] were removed in fiscal year 2012 from Washington, Oregon and Alaska, compared with a recent high of more than 10,800 [illegal aliens] expelled in 2010...

KTVK-TV -- Phoenix    
Subversive feds chime in on Arizona's illegal alien harboring ban    
Federal authorities have asked an appeals court to reject Arizona's bid to overturn a ruling that bars enforcement of a minor section of the state's 2010 immigration law prohibiting the harboring of illegal immigrants. -- The U.S. Justice Department told the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in a Dec. 27 filing that Arizona's harboring ban is trumped by the federal government's broad immigration powers...

Monroe (La.) News Star     
Drunken invader busted following crash   
Monroe police arrested a man living illegally in the United States for more than two years after he was involved in a three-vehicle wreck on U.S. 165 Sunday. -- Monroe police said J. Guadalupe Valadez, 32, 4200 Loop Road No. 30, was reportedly changing lanes erratically when he rear-ended another vehicle, causing a three-vehicle crash. -- Monroe police performed a field sobriety test, which Valadez failed...

American Border Patrol     
Photo of the day   
Wolf, one of American Border Patrol's seven German Shepherds, is seen in 3 inches of snow that fell on ABP's ranch yesterday. Another shepherd, Bingo, looks on from behind. -- Wolf is one tough customer. He recently killed a wild Javelina after it attacked his sister, Starlette.

J.D. Longstreet -- Right Side News     
Gun owners mad as hell and will not take it!   
There is a purge of Congress in the offing. It will be historic in its magnitude. -- Allow me to be as clear as I possibly can about this because the disconnect between the people of America and their government has become so complete, the distance between the citizen and the government has become so broad, that Washington is hearing only a faint whisper (If they hear anything at all!) coming from those of us outside the beltway...

Judicial Watch via Right Side News     
Ten most wanted corrupt politicians for 2012   
Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, today released its 2012 list of Washington’s “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians.” The list, in alphabetical order, includes: •Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-FL) •Secretary of Energy Steven Chu •Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and UN Ambassador Susan Rice •Attorney General Eric Holder •Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-IL) •Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) •President Barack Obama...

Fiscal Cliff Deal: $1 in spending cuts for every $41 in tax increases   
According to the Congressional Budget Office, the last-minute fiscal cliff deal reached by congressional leaders and President Barack Obama cuts only $15 billion in spending while increasing tax revenues by $620 billion --- a 41:1 ratio of tax increases to spending cuts. -- When Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush increased taxes in return for spending cuts --- cuts that never ultimately came...

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