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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Dallas Morning News     
7-Eleven seizes two more stores in Virginia from franchisees in ongoing illegal alien investigation   
Dallas-based 7-Eleven Inc. has taken over two more stores in Virginia as a result of pending felony proceedings against the franchisees named in the indictment from the U.S. Attorney's Office in Brooklyn. -- Last week, federal authorities indicted owners of 7-Eleven stores in Virginia and in New York on Long Island arresting nine owners and managers charging them with harboring and hiring illegal immigrants...

Anthony Martin -- The Examiner     
IRS lies again   
The Inspector General for the U.S. Treasury Department has told Congress that his audit of the IRS shows that the agency's practice of targeting citizen groups focused overwhelmingly on conservative and not progressive groups, in direct contradiction to statements made by IRS officials and Democrats in Congress. -- nspector General J. Russell George wrote a letter Wednesday to Congressional Democrats to inform them that although it is true that six "progressive" organizations received extra scrutinys...

American Patrol Report     
Catastrophic amnesty scheme passes U.S. Senate 68 to 32   
Breaking news.

Rasmussen Reports    
26% of Obama supporters view Tea Party as nation's top terror threat    
Half of all voters consider radical Muslims the bigger terrorist threat facing the nation, but supporters of President Obama consider the Tea Party to be as big a danger. -- A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters consider radical Muslims to be the bigger threat to the United States today...

Rasmussen Reports     
Only 37% think the amnesty scheme will become law this year   
The U.S. Senate is expected as early as today to pass an immigration reform plan that opens the way to citizenship for millions of illegal [aliens], but few voters think the plan ultimately will become a reality. Just 37% of Likely U.S. Voters think it is at least somewhat likely the immigration plan will pass both the Senate and the House of Representatives and be signed by President Obama this year...

Bay Area News     
Immigration reform a boon for lawyers   
So sweeping and complex is the immigration bill set for a final vote this week in the U.S. Senate that it will bring an unintended bonanza for one American constituency: the thousands of immigration lawyers who will be hired to interpret it. -- Many of them began gathering in San Francisco on Wednesday for an annual conference to talk shop about America's immigration code, a hefty tome that could soon get even weightier...

McAllen (Texas) Monitor     
Border Patrol's summer off to a busy start   
U.S. Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley have had a busy beginning to their summer. -- Since June 21, agents assigned to Rio Grande Valley Sector – which covers the U.S.-Mexico border in the Rio Grande Valley and stretches north along the Gulf Coast past Corpus Christi – seized more than 1,000 pounds of marijuana, found 15 imperiled immigrants suspected of entering the country illegally, and recovered the bodies of two others, an agency spokesman said Wednesday in a news release...

KENS-TV -- San Antonio     
$1M worth of marijuana concealed in false wall of tractor-trailer   
Nogales, Az. -- Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents seized more than $1 million worth of marijuana concealed in a tractor-trailer on Monday. -- A Nogales canine team working at the Interstate 19 checkpoint south of Amado, Ariz., alerted to suspected narcotics in a tractor-trailer. -- A secondary inspection was conducted and agents discovered 88 bundles of marijuana concealed in a false wall inside the trailer, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection...

American Border Patrol       
Photo of the day   
Four Jack Rabbits in front of American Border Patrol's border banner. "When I pulled up they were all looking at the banner, SAVE THE UNITED STATES, as if they knew what it meant," said Glenn Spencer of ABP. ...

July 15 -- 9:30 AM ET
DC March for Jobs
We believe it is time that members of Congress act to preserve economic opportunity for American workers - and pass immigration legislation that protects and supports the nearly 22 million American citizens who do not have jobs... Click here for info.

Associated Press     
Gwinnett renews immigration enforcement agreement   
Gwinnett County has renewed an agreement allowing its officers to enforce some federal immigration laws. -- Since 2009, Gwinnett County sheriff deputies have been able to check the immigration status of arrested people. -- WSB-TV reports that Chief Deputy Mike Boyd told county commissioners this week that more than 10,000 people have been identified as having committed possible immigration violations as a result of the program. The commission voted unanimously to renew the program.

International Business Times    
Why the House doesn't have to pass a 2013 amnesty   
Huge support for a "border surge" amendment this week may improve prospects for the main comprehensive immigration reform bill, which may clear the Senate with a solid majority. But that is no guarantee that the vote will send a strong enough message for lawmakers in the House. -- On Monday, the Senate voted 67-27 to end debate on a border security amendment written by Republicans John Hoeven of North Dakota and Bob Corker of Tennessee...

NAFBPO         
Latest news from NAFBPO   
For decades now our nation has been the target of an invasion by millions of people who crossed our borders illegally from other parts of the world, while our powerful armed forces have been engaged against different challenges in other continents. More than two dozen years ago we thought that the quick-fix, magic solution to this de facto invasion of our own land was just to ignore our own laws and to accept that those alien invaders could remain permanently and legally within our country. Bingo! Problem solved, right?...

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

My Fox Austin     
Congressman files suit to stop Texas voter ID law   
A Democratic congressman has joined seven others in filing a federal lawsuit to keep Texas from enforcing its voter ID law. -- U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey of Fort Worth filed the papers Wednesday in Corpus Christi, calling the requirement to show a state-issued photo ID card at the ballot box unconstitutional. -- The lawsuit lodged comes just one day after the U.S. Supreme Court declared a section of the Voting Rights Act unconstitutional...

Anthony Martin -- The Examiner     
Ron Paul says U.S. gov't considers its citizens to be the enemy   
Former U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, has leveled a stinging and heavy indictment against the U.S. government in the Edward Snowden case. -- Snowden is the former NSA intelligence official who blew the whistle on the agency's broad-based surveillance program aimed at tracking over 100 million American citizens. -- The U.S. government now considers Snowden to be a fugitive from justice who will be charged with espionage once he is extradited, if ever, back to U.S. soil. Snowden is on the run and seeking asylum reportedly in Ecuador...

Public Radio International     
Meddlesome Mexican urges U.S. to act cautiously when beefing up border security 
Immigration reform is closer to reality with a proposal in the Senate to beef up border security and win Republican support for the entire package. But one Mexican journalist says not so fast. He says all the money in the world won't seal the border -- and will come with high costs of their own. -- The U.S. Senate is building momentum toward passing an immigration reform bill that includes a major increase in funding for security along the southern border...

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas    
Smuggling on the rise via Falcon Lake   
Texas game wardens say drug smugglers are using Falcon Lake and fishing to get their loads north of the international boundary. -- Officials said smugglers cast nets into the water in an effort to disable patrol boats. They said Mexican nationals are poaching and running tons of drugs across the lake. -- "There's a tremendous amount of drugs that cross this lake at night," a local fisherman said in a previous CHANNEL 5 NEWS report about the lake...

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas        
Cops bust illegal alien stash house in Brownsville   
Police busted a stash house in a Southmost neighborhood after an illegal [alien] called for help, officials said. -- Police said the [alien] called to report a robbery. They said it was an effort to get authorities to the house. -- The bust happened in the 1800 block of Del Prado Drive...

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas       
Surge in illegal immigration worries rural residents   
Residents who live near a makeshift illegal [alien] camp north of Edinburg said the site was too close for comfort. -- Border Patrol agents arrested more than 70 illegal [aliens] at the site. The camp was near a school and a large subdivision. Officials said smugglers are turning to rural lots to hide illegal [aliens]. -- The trend is disturbing for area residents...

Rasmussen Reports    
72% think NSA may have monitored congress, military leaders, judges    
Most voters think the National Security Agency is likely to have violated one of the country’s most cherished constitutional standards --- the checks and balances between the three branches of government – by spying on the private communications of Congress and judges. -- The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 72% of Likely U.S. Voters think it is at least somewhat likely that the NSA has monitored the private communications of Congress, military leaders and judges...

Jack Dennis -- The Examiner    
Ted Cruz fights for Texas Hispanics who dislike Obama's immigration tactics   
Texas Senator Ted Cruz (R) is taking Barack Obama to task on the immigration debate. -- The number of Americans questioning why Obama has spent millions of dollars to keep his birth certificate, college records, and Social Security records sealed from public view continues to grow and the President’s pushing of the proposed bill offers more ammunition for the concerns.

Daily Caller     
Amnesty scheme critics flood Senate with phone calls   
Critics of the Democrat-led immigration rewrite are bombarding Senate offices with thousands of phone calls, and advocates say those calls are keeping numerous wayward GOP Senators from joining the Democrats’ immigration bill. -- "Five hundred [calls] yesterday, and right now, they’re just ringing non-stop," said an upset staffer at the office of Mississippi Republican Sen. Roger Wicker, who has voted on both sides of the dispute...

Daily Caller     
Senior Obama regime officials met with radical Muslim preacher at White House 
An Islamic scholar who serves as vice president of an organization that supports the terrorist group Hamas and whose president sanctioned the killing of American soldiers in Iraq met with senior Obama administration officials at the White House earlier this month. -- In a posting on his website, brought to The Daily Caller’s attention by the Investigative Project on Terrorism, Shaykh Abdullah Bin Bayyah revealed that he met at the White House on June 13 with Gayle Smith...

WND.com     
No background checks on illegal aliens   
The Obama administration's requirement for background checks on illegal aliens being helped under the Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals program – which grants a two-year deferment from deportation – has been dropped. -- Documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request reveal that the Department of Homeland Security's U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services abandoned the requirement for background checks late last year to keep up with the flood of amnesty applications sparked by the Obama’s plan.

Anthony Martin -- The Examiner    
Amnesty bill dead on arrival in House   
The amnesty bill that received overwhelming approval in the U.S. Senate is dead on arrival as it makes its way to the U.S. House of Representatives. -- U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., told Hugh Hewitt that any bill passed by the Senate that does not specify that the border be secured first, along with the completion of the border fence, will be overwhelmingly rejected by House Republicans...

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

End of the American Dream     
Illegal immigration = more identity theft, murder, rape and drug dealing   
Do we want to encourage drug dealers, violent gang members and serial rapists to come into this country? If not, why is that exactly what the Obama administration is doing? Thanks to very foolish U.S. government policies, it is incredibly difficult to immigrate to this country legally, but it is incredibly easy to immigrate to this country illegally...

Associated Press     
Paul Ryan: House 'likely' to OK amnesty   
Senate passage of historic immigration legislation offering citizenship to millions looks near-certain after the bill cleared a key hurdle with votes to spare. -- A final vote in the Senate on Thursday or Friday would send the issue to the House, where conservative Republicans in the majority oppose citizenship for anyone living in the country illegally...

Anthony Martin -- The Examiner     
Revealed: Obama regime classified conservative Americans as "terrorists"  
Are Barack Obama's IRS and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) working together to classify and profile conservative Americans as terrorists? -- A 012 study by DHS characterized Americans who are "suspicious of centralized federal authority," and "reverent of individual liberty" as "extreme right-wing" terrorists.--- Except for the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing most attacks against American interests were from Islamic jihad militants.

KFMB-TV -- San Diego    
Usual suspects rally against Escondido Police Dept.   
Members of the San Diego Immigrant Youth Collective rallied Monday outside Escondido police headquarters to protest the department's immigration policy. -- They're demanding the department end its collaboration with Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents. -- Escondido police officials say they only consult with immigration officers if an [illegal alien] breaks a law and has a history of deportation...

Reuters     
Obama urges strong Senate vote on disastrous amnesty scheme   
President Barack Obama said on Monday he hoped the Senate will pass a landmark immigration reform bill with "the strongest possible vote" and urged Congress to advance legislation before a planned summer break. -- Obama and his top aides met with eight chief executives and business owners ahead of a key procedural vote set for later on Monday in the Democratic-led Senate...


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