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Friday, October 24, 2008

Economic Meltdown
And HE is going to be in charge?

American Patrol Report Commentary -- October 24 

    The American economy is facing a major meltdown unseen for nearly a century. The stock market is crashing and the government is stepping in to take over huge sections of our economy. Millions of American face unemployment.
Who will be at the helm during this storm?
    Barack Obama is a socialist. Not only that, he is a globalist and advocates for open borders. He cut he political teeth in an organization created by Saul Alinsky. His allies include New Mexico Governor Richardson and Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa.
    Fox News reported that Michelle Obama told the Hispanic caucus that blacks and Hispanics share an interest in providing access to affordable health care, education and economic opportunities for all Americans, not just a select few. "We all know our country's journey toward equality isn't finished yet. We have more work to do," she said. ...Continued Here...

Patrick J. Buchanan -- Human Events          sc     
Camp followers   
Perhaps the only institution in America whose approval rating is beneath that of Congress is the media. -- Both have won their reputations the hard way. They earned them. -- Consider the fawning indulgence shown insider Joe Biden with the dripping contempt visited on outsider Sarah Palin... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Houston Chronicle  
NAFTA wisdom   
The nation's 44th president will be welcomed to the Oval Office by a willing and able partner in Mexico. But that country's leadership will also greet the new commander in chief with a blunt message on trade and, by inference, immigration: Don't mess with NAFTA... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

U. S. Rep. Tom Tancredo -- VDare.com  
Arizona’s Proposition 202 -- A new low in deception   
The opponents of immigration enforcement have stooped to a new low in Arizona with their latest attempt to undermine the state’s workplace verification laws. After exhausting their usual tactics, they are resorting to outright and intentional deception of the voters. This November, Arizonans will vote on Proposition 202... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

El Paso Times  
Border Patrol agent fires shots at man allegedly holding gun in Mexico   
A U.S. Border Patrol agent fired gunshots at a man in Mexico who pointed a handgun at him during an immigrant smuggling attempt Wednesday evening along the Rio Grande in the Riverside area in the Lower Valley, officials said Thursday... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Los Angeles Daily News 
Latinos driving growth in U.S.   
In a historic change with political and cultural implications for the nation's largest minority group, a baby boom has helped Hispanics account for just over half of the overall population growth in the United States since 2000, according to a report released Thursday... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Associated Press  
Alleged gang members indicted after NorCal sweep    
Federal prosecutors unsealed an indictment Thursday that charges 29 people with alleged connections to the notorious MS-13 street gang. -- The charges come a day after authorities announced federal raids in San Francisco, Richmond and South San Francisco as part of a three-year undercover investigation... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Associated Press  
Feds look into how deported suspect in subway shooting got back into U. S.   
New York -- Federal immigration officials are wondering how a man involved in a subway shootout with police officers had re-entered the U.S. after being deported a decade ago after a drug arrest. -- The man, Raul Nunez, illegally used a student's fare payment card to enter a subway station during Tuesday evening's rush hour, police said.

Associated Press    
Illegal alien: 'I would have kept shooting' police   
New York -- A man accused of shooting two police officers in the New York City subway said he would have kept firing had he not been shot by another officer, according to court documents released Thursday. -- Raul Nunez was arraigned at his bed at Manhattan's Bellevue Hospital by a Queens judge... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Associated Press  
Chertoff to propose changes in illegal-hiring rules   
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff plans to announce changes to rules designed to stop businesses from hiring people working in the country illegally. -- The rules proposed to force employers to fire workers whose names don't match their Social Security numbers...

St. Louis Post-Dispatch  
McCain, Obama agree on immigration   
For all their differences, Barack Obama and John McCain have often shared common ground on one volatile issue: immigration. -- McCain was the architect of legislation to legalize millions of undocumented immigrants, a concept Obama also has embraced... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

San Bernardino County (Calif.) Sun  
Nearly half of San Bernardino County's population now Latino   
San Bernardino County is moving up the list of places with the largest Latino populations in the nation. -- The county had the seventh-highest number of Latino residents in 2007, up from ninth in 2000 and 13th in 1990, according to a report released Thursday... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Milford (Massachusetts) Daily News   
"Willing worker" charged with rape   
Police say the woman found unconscious behind a Beach Street building Sunday morning was raped by a man she met at a local restaurant the night before. -- Jefferson Lopes, also known as Wakingto Rodriguis-de Freitas, of 13 Water St., Apt. 1, was arrested Tuesday after police found him with the woman's driver's license and underwear... [More of Bush's pet fiends]

Dallas Morning News    
Hispanic baby boom has Texas ramifications   
Call it the Hispanic baby boom. -- Fertility has surpassed immigration as the primary factor in the United States' Latino population growth, according to a Pew Hispanic Center report released on Thursday. -- The Hispanic population has increased by 10.2 million since 2000, with 6 million the result of births in the United States and 4.2 million due to immigration. ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Walter Moore, Candidate For Mayor of Los Angeles   
Dump the Mexican Reconquista L. A. mayor
Los Angeles can and should be the envy of the world. Instead, our city is a mess, and it gets worse each month. We can't afford four more years of a mayor who spends all his time running for the next office, staging photo-ops and going on out- of- town trips. We need a competent, full-time working mayor... AP Internal Use Only

U.S. to miss deadline on Mexico border fence   
The United States will miss its deadline to complete a security fence along the Mexican border this year, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said on Thursday. -- "I don't think we're going to hit the nail on the head and be done by the end of the year," Chertoff told Reuters... [See this report by Glenn Spencer]

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix         sc     
Immigration, energy policy hot topics in District 1 debate   
Ann Kirkpatrick and Sydney Hay clashed on illegal immigration and energy policy Thursday during a televised debate, the last scheduled for the 1st Congressional District candidates before the Nov. 4 general election. -- Kirkpatrick called for "national, comprehensive reform" of United States immigration policy...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Latest news from south of the border   
The cadavers of "at least" 19 persons were found near midnight at kilometer 42 of the Xochimilco-Cuautla highway (in the small state of Morelos, just south of Mexico City); all had been given a "coup de grace" shot. This takes place less than 48 hours after the arrest of Reynaldo Zambada...

Coming Up
October 27
National Veterans Coalition -- Phoenix -- 11 AM to 2 PM 
Rally to Support Maricopa Co. Sheriff Joe Arpaio

KGO-TV -- San Francisco  
Racist flier causes candidate to drop out   
Richmond, Calif. -- A candidate for Richmond's City Council says he's dropping out of the race and resigning his seat on the police commission. It all stems from a controversial flyer endorsing him, which he says he had nothing to do with. -- In a city where illegal immigration is a sensitive issue critics called it a "racist scare tactic..."

Peter Gadiel -- VDare.com   
9/11 shows Powell endorsement is worthless   
Colin Powell has endorsed Obama for president. The value of the endorsement rests on the public’s faith that Powell is a man of skill, competence and experience who can distinguish those public officials who are able to guard the security of the United States from those who are inept... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

D. A. King - Gwinnett Daily Post -- Lawrenceville, Georgia  
Immigration law vs. politics   
You have to wonder about Gwinnett Chairman Charles Bannister's appreciation for the mission of the brave Americans who risk their lives every day trying to secure our borders. -- If illegal aliens make it here, Bannister is intentionally rewarding them with a business license... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Cooper Sterling -- VDare.com  
Obama and the frightening future of "critical multicultural education"   
A Barack Obama presidency now seems inevitable. So the hard-left policies of his Administration on education compel urgent consideration. -- Given Obama’s emphasis on greater funding for education, he could leave a real mark -- and further entrench an increasingly radical faction of cultural Marxists within America’s learning establishment... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Fox News
Hunters discover Utah pot farm worth millions   
Hunters in central Utah hoping to find some deer this weekend stumbled instead on a marijuana farm worth millions growing in the mountains. -- The pot plant collection is the latest of several discovered in Utah in recent weeks, this one estimated to contain several thousand plants, according to KSL-TV... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson  
Running battle with police kills 10 gunmen in Nogales, Sonora   
Just minutes after Fausto Hopkins arrived Thursday morning for work at his food service company in the heart of Nogales, gunfire crackled outside the building. -- As he huddled for safety behind closed doors in his office at about 6:30 a.m., Hopkins counted more than 200 gunshots...

Greenville (South Carolina) News   
2 poultry plant workers sentenced to 2 years in prison   
Two employees of the Columbia Farms poultry plant have been sentenced to two years in prison and another two employees have pleaded guilty as part of an extensive investigation into the company’s hiring practices, the state’s chief federal prosecutor said Wednesday... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

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