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Sunday, January 27, 2013

Does Obama Hate Black People?
He acts like he does
Dave Gibson -- The Examiner -- January 27  
Mexican gangs trying to run black families out of Southern California
Top: Photo from Examiner
Bottom: Obama joins with Reconquista Villaraigosa
    On Friday, Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies arrested Compton Varrio 155 gang members Jeffrey Aguilar, 19, and Efren Marquez, 21, as well as a juvenile. All three have reportedly been engaged in a campaign of violence and intimidation against a black family who moved into Compton last month.
    All three are facing hate crimes charges.
    Marquez allegedly held the victim at gunpoint while Aguilar beat the man with a metal pipe, according to detectives. [...]
    Of course, violence directed at blacks by Latino gang members has been occurring at an alarming rate throughout southern California.
    The case is still under investigation and more arrests are expected.
Red DotRelated: L.A. Times: Attack on family in Compton latest incident in wave of anti-black violence
Red DotAmerican Patrol Report Comment
    We saw this coming twenty years ago when Jack Miles, whose Blacks vs. Browns had just appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, spoke to our group in California.
    Terry Anderson saw it coming when he joined our "Operation Paul Revere" in 1996. Ken Hamblin saw it coming, and he soon disappeared. And so did Ezola Foster and Yeh Ling-Ling.
    Barack Obama sees it coming, and is helping it along.
Red DotRelated: Item out of the London Daily Mail

Washington Times     
McCain: "Time is right" for amnesty with path to citizenship   
Previous attempts to enact immigration reform may have failed, but Sen. John McCain believes this time will be different. -- Saying that "the time is right" for Republicans and Democrats to come together on the controversial issue, Mr. McCain, Arizona Republican, said his party need only look at the most recent election to see why it's crucial to tackle it now... [Related]

Taylor Rose -- WND.com    
Amnesty still amnesty, even if it's from GOP
An advocate for legal immigration, contending an unrestricted flow of illegal aliens into the U.S. isn't in the country's national interest, is blasting a GOP "amnesty" plan by Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. -- As the White House presses for immigration "reform" that would create a pathway to citizenship for illegal aliens, Rubio has begun introducing parts of his plan incrementally...

American Border Patrol    
Border surge continues   
New updated data from secureborderintel.org confirms that the surge in illegal immigration south of Tucson that started on August 15, 2012, is continuing. (The last update was through Oct. 31 - See chart through Nov. 30) -- "This proves once again that talk of amnesty pulls people north," said Glenn Spencer of American Border Patrol. "The idea that we could even talk about amnesty without first securing the border is absurd."

Allan Wall -- VDare.com     
Why do we tolerate the Mexican government meddling in U.S. affairs?   
Mexico has a new president. Enrique Pena Nieto was elected in July of 2012 and took office on December 1st, 2012. The Mexican presidency is a six-year term with no reelection, so Pena Nieto will be with us until 2018. -- Under the past three Mexican presidents -- Ernesto Zedillo, Vicente Fox and Felipe Calderon -- the Mexican government has actively meddled in U.S. immigration policy, campaigned for amnesty...

Chicago Tribune     
Arizona bill would compel hospitals to check immigration status  
Under a bill introduced this week in Arizona, hospital staffs would be compelled to check whether uninsured patients are in the country illegally. -- If the patients can't provide proof that they are in the country legally, hospital staff would have to call federal immigration officials or local law enforcement. The bill by state Rep. Steve Smith also would require hospital officials to file annual reports of how many people they treated...

Denver Post     
Bill giving Colorado illegals in-state tuition passes test 
...Under Senate Bill 33, students who graduate from high school and have attended a Colorado school for at least three years would be eligible for the in-state tuition rate regardless of immigration status. -- Compromise versions of the bill the last two years excluded the illegal [alien] students from getting something called the College Opportunity Fund scholarship, which is a subsidy given to all Colorado students...

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