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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Another Bush Legacy: Border Corruption
Vast Majority of his USBP recruits were Hispanic
Anthony Martin -- The Examiner -- January 11   
    CBS News reported today that Mexican drug cartels are using corrupt Border Patrol agents to get illegals into the United States, according to an FBI special agent.
    The special report on this latest scandal involving drug cartels and the southern border is set to air Sunday morning on the network's CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood.
    According to CBS investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson, FBI special agent Terry Reed charges that corrupt U.S. Border Patrol agents are smuggling illegal aliens from Mexico into the country. Mexican drug cartels are paying off the agents with drugs, money, and sex.
    Reed stated, I will tell you that drug cartels are becoming increasingly aggressive in targeting and recruiting officers to work with them, They're using cold war style tactics -- money, sex, drugs – to convince officers to work with them and to help get their products and their people across the border.
Red DotAmerican Patrol Report Comment
    G.W. Bush's policy of recruiting so many Hispanics for the U.S. Border Patrol led us to a 2008 warning about exposure to corruption. A quick Google search for Border Patrol corruption produced twenty stories that we looked at. All but one of the agents involved had Hispanic surnames. This is just one reason we labeled Bush an idiot.

KGBT-TV -- Harlingen, Texas     
Border Patrol agents capture another group of Albanian illegals   
Four illegal [aliens] from the tiny European nation of Albanian are facing deportation after being caught near Brownsville. -- U.S. Border Patrol agents caught the four wading across the Rio Grande River in Brownsville on Wednesday. -- The four [aliens] appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Felix Recio on Friday. -- Judge Recio sentenced them to time served but they are now facing deportation...

London Daily Mail     
California anchor baby scheme shut down   
An alleged 'maternity hotel' in Southern California where pregnant women from China stayed so they could give birth there and make their babies American citizens in the process has been closed. -- Neighbors of the property in the quiet neighborhood of Chino Hills, set up a protest group and repeatedly complained that women - at one point up to 30 - were being put up in the home in a 'birth tourism' scheme...

Christian Science Monitor    
Corporate America wants amnesty for invaders   
Corporate America's top lobbyist Thursday laid out a slew of the business community's top goals for the year – lower regulation, increased trade, booming energy production, and a fix to the nation's fiscal situation. -- But US Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue was particularly bullish, and at times passionate, on another long-sought goal, one not often associated with the conservative-leaning group: immigration reform...

Irish Central -- New York    
Irish partially responsible for rewarding invaders with licenses   
The Illinois House of Representatives made history last Tuesday, as it voted 65 to 46 to approve a temporary visitor's driver's license for [illegal aliens]. The Senate had voted last month to approve the bill by 41 to 14, with one abstention. Illinois is the 5th state in the nation after Tennessee, New Mexico, Washington and Utah to approve such a measure but the only one in recent times to make such a bold move...

Sun City West, Arizona

Featuring Mike Zullo -- Sheriff Joe's Lead Investigator -- Obama Documents
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In Sight Crime    
Mexicans meddling in Obama gun grab attempt   
Mexico's Congress voted to formally ask the United States Senate to create a registry of all commercialized firearms in the states of California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Although the motion will have little impact in the US, it shows the gun control issue continues to resonate on both sides of the border. -- The measure was approved January 9 by Mexico's Permanent Commission...

New York Times    
Sales of guns soar in U.S. as nation weighs tougher limits   
As Washington focuses on what Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. will propose next week to curb gun violence, gun and ammunition sales are spiking in the rest of the country as people rush to expand their arsenals in advance of any restrictions that might be imposed. -- People were crowded five deep at the tiny counter of a gun shop near Atlanta, where a pastor from Knoxville, Tenn., was among the customers...

Californians for Population Stabilization     
New bill would give invaders driver's licenses in California   
Assembly Member Luis Alejo (D-Salinas) has introduced AB 60, which would provide California driver's licenses to illegal aliens. The author is trying to sell the idea that the licenses would be for those who pay taxes since it allows the DMV to accept the federal individual taxpayer identification number instead of a social security number.

Portland Oregonian    
Man who crashed van near Cornelius faces deportation   
A man accused of crashing a stolen van has been convicted and sentenced in Washington County Circuit Court. -- At about 5:15 p.m. Sept. 28, deputies responded to a report of a vehicle crashed near Southwest Unger Road and Line Drive, southeast of Cornelius. Deputies found a 1996 Plymouth Voyager in a ditch, and the driver alone in the van with apparent non-life threatening injuries...

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