Thursday, October 30, 2008
|Federalist Blog sc
Georgia vs. U.S. Department of Injustice
Voting rights groups in Georgia were successful in stopping State election officials from using Social Security numbers and driver’s license data to check voters’ immigration status. Advocacy groups had told a federal three-judge panel that using the data to verify whether voters are citizens amounts to a "systematic purging" of voting rolls that must be approved by the Justice Department.
|Alex Alexiev -- Family Security Foundation
A Marriage of Convenience: Obama, the Left and Radical Islam
As we enter the home stretch of the 2008 presidential election, new revelations about Barack Obama’s harshly critical views of the U.S. Constitution for not providing for wealth distribution have again raised concerns as to whether the American people may be about to elect the first radical Leftist if not outright socialist president in the republic’s history... [Obama videos here]
||American Border Patrol
Photo of the day
Border Patrol vehicle is parked overlooking spot where a suspected drug smuggler drove through the border fence and onto American Border Patrol's ranch before being turned back....
||American Border Patrol
Border breached on American Border Patrol's ranch
ABP reports that early this afternoon, someone cut the barbed wire fence along the border and drove a vehicle though the hole onto ABP's ranch. The vehicle, a likely drug smuggler, was turned back.
|KSFY-TV -- Sioux Falls
Immigration raid at South Dakota dairy farms
...27 people were arrested as the result of a three month investigation, which involves six law enforcement agencies, including federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). 13 of those arrested face identity theft charges and the other 14 are accused of being in the country illegally.
|The Capital -- Annapolis, Maryland
Reconquista fanatics sue Anne Arundel County
An [illegal alien] advocacy group filed a lawsuit against Anne Arundel County yesterday, seeking information about how county personnel were involved in an immigration raid this summer. -- The lawsuit, which claims the county has violated the state's Public Information Act, comes as CASA de Maryland investigates whether federal agents...
|WBTV -- Charlotte
Los Angeles Hispanic gangs invading North Carolina
For two years we've reported what police and FBI agents adamantly say: Hispanic gangs are moving from California to Charlotte. This fact is highlighted in the 2008 "Attorney General's Report to Congress on the Growth of Violent Street Gangs in Suburban Areas." We obtained a copy of the 41-page report...
|Great Falls (Montana) Tribune
Border Patrol agent poisoned in Cut Bank
Timothy Fuhrman, special agent in charge of the FBI’s regional office in Salt Lake City, today called on the public for its help in what he called a high priority investigation into the deliberate poisoning of a Border Patrol agent. -- Fuhrman held a news conference in the Glacier County Courthouse to announce a $25,000 reward...
|American Patrol Report
Must see video concerning Barack Hussein Obama
If you want a taste of what Barack Obama is capable of, watch this video. It includes praise for Obama from Louis Farrakhan - who calls him the Messiah - The Hamas political advisor, Iran's President Amadinehjad, and Syrian Leader Bashar al-Assad...
|Pam Meister -- Family Security Foundation
Snoozing in the pews during the Obama worship hour
Amber waves of grain. Children waving flags. Happy veterans. Glowing young couples. These are just some of the images seen on the Obama Worship Hour (otherwise known as a half hour paid political advertisement) last evening, broadcast on five channels: NBC, MSNBC, CBS, Fox and Univision... [Obama videos here]
|McAllen (Texas) Monitor
FBI: Zetas arming for confrontation with U.S. authorities
Recent U.S. efforts to disrupt drug smuggling routes through the Rio Grande Valley have prompted threats of retaliation against authorities on this side of the river, according to an FBI intelligence report. -- Vowing to maintain control over valuable trafficking corridors such as those in Reynosa, Matamoros...
Latino star stumps for McCain
McCain is reaching out to Hispanic voters through the helping hands of Eduardo Verastegui, a household name among Latinos for his roles on Spanish television and his time in the music group "Kairo." -- Though part of an industry that bleeds blue, the Mexican actor -- now in the U.S....
Officials say 23 arrested at ethanol plant
Fargo, ND -- Authorities say they have arrested 23 illegal [aliens] from India who were working at a Casselton ethanol plant. -- U.S. Attorney Drew Wrigley says the workers had phony social security cards and drivers licenses from other states...
Schwarzenegger sees budget 'state of emergency'
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger characterized the state's projected multibillion-dollar budget deficit Wednesday as a "state of emergency" reflecting money woes worldwide, and he warned that major public services will be affected. -- "Since everyone has to take a haircut here, it's natural that education gets hit, law enforcement gets hit, prisons are going to get hit..." [See Cal Meltdown Watch]
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest news from south of the border
Gerardo Ruiz Mateos, Mexico’s Secretary of the Economy, said that the Mexican government is ready to receive the approximately three million migrants who could return from the United States due to the financial crisis in that (U.S.) country. The quote: “The government is ready to receive them at home, and let us hope that the economy would work as we have been foreseeing.”
|NBC-TV -- Dallas / Fort Worth
Huge weapons cache headed for Mexico seized in Texas
A routine traffic stop by a state trooper in Denton County led to the seizure of numerous assault-type rifles, ammunition, body armor, and 20 black ski masks. -- It all may have been headed to Mexico, federal agents said. -- The discovery started when a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper stopped a car on Interstate 35...
|Gant Daily -- Clearfield, Pennsylvania
Three illegals nabbed after traffic stop
DuBois -- Three illegal immigrants were detained after a traffic stop on West DuBois Avenue, near First Street Tuesday morning, the DuBois City Police Department reported. -- According to the report, a pick-up truck was stopped for driving without lights at 7:30 a.m. Police said it was determined that the three occupants were illegal [aliens] and taken into custody...
|Solon (Iowa) Gazette
Agriprocessors fined almost $10 million for wage violations
Des Moines -- Iowa's labor commissioner today assessed $9,988,200 in civil penalties against Agriprocessors Inc. for repeated violations of Iowa's wage laws from January 1, 2006, to June 30 this year. -- The penalties stem from an investigation done of the Postville meat packing plant's hiring practices...