Monday, November 10, 2008
The Selling of A Corrupt Radical
Truth Kept from Voters So What’s New?
|Fox and Friends -- November 10
Links to Criminals, Drug Use Ignored
Brian Kilmeade: Here's another thing I thought was interesting. In retrospect we probably should have done more stories about issues like health care, like education, like war. And, oh yeah, I forgot, we should have investigated the Tony Rezco thing that was a little bit disturbing and kind of slipped away. Also, we should have pursued the drug use that Barack Obama talked about in his book we should have done that. And, oh yeah, the Joe Biden thing? We forgot to look into him and his gaffs.
Gretchen Carlson: Here's my fear. My fear this that so much of the discussion in this election cycle was the bias in the media how they were all in the tank for Barack Obama. Now it seems to me we're all going to go - yeah - and we're just going to move on. We cannot just move on.
Washington Times -- November 10
Post concedes bias for Obama
AND MCCAIN SAID NOTHING!
|Denver Post sc
GOP aims to rebuild, refocus
..."To come up with something like that is a major undertaking. We need to organize as well as the Democrats but realize we probably won't have as much funding or their enormous resources," said [Rep. Tom] Tancredo, who has developed national notoriety around the issue of illegal immigration and who Republicans say could bring his national fundraising prowess.
A booby trap for illegal immigration
...Last week, Columbia County added its own booby trap to the mix. To the surprise, seemingly, even of the man who authored it, county voters approved a measure requiring the county to fine or even shut down businesses that hire illegal workers. A first violation could entail a $10,000 fine, a second the yanking of a business license.
Insanity: Even now, plans under way for Obama national holiday
A civil rights organization in Kansas has launched a campaign to designate Nov. 4 as a national holiday, commemorating the election of Barack Obama as president. -- "The reason why I want to have this holiday is because it marks the day America grew up," said Sonny Scroggins...
||Californians for Population Stabilization
Tell Obama that Americans want enforcement, not amnesty!
The new Congressional session will include a major push to pass an amnesty, so it is especially important for President-elect Barack Obama to hear that that is exactly what voters do not want....
Agenda disappears from Obama Web site
Over the weekend President-elect Barack Obama scrubbed Change.gov, his transition Web site, deleting most of what had been a massive agenda copied directly from his campaign Web site. -- Gone are the promises on how an Obama administration would handle 25 different agenda items - everything from Iraq and immigration...
|Michael Cutler -- NewsWithViews.com
Many illegals belong to spy, terror organizations or cartels
The news report that appeared in the Sunday, November 2nd edition of the New York Times makes several points that are worth paying attention to. -- First of all, the current president of Mexico, Felipe Calderon should be commended for his courage efforts to take on the extremely violent drug cartels...
|U. S. Rep. Tom Tancredo
Tancredo asks Obama to pardon Ramos and Compean
U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-Littleton) today sent the following letter President-Elect Barack Obama asking him to pardon wrongfully imprisoned border patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean within the first two weeks of his Presidency...
Vicious illegal alien child murder suspect had prior charges
Just weeks before police say an illegal immigrant and alleged MS-13 gang member shot and killed a 14-year-old Silver Spring boy, the 20-year-old man was charged with concealing a dangerous weapon by a Montgomery County police officer, court records show...
|Michel Chossudovsky -- Centre for Research on Globalization -- Montreal, Quebec
Who are the architects of economic collapse?
...Summers, Geithner, Corzine, Volker, Fischer, Phil Gramm, Bernanke, Hank Paulson, Rubin, not to mention Alan Greenspan, et al are buddies, they play golf together; they have links to the Council on Foreign Relations and the Bilderberg; they act concurrently in accordance with the interests of Wall Street...
|Prescott Valley (Arizona) Daily Courier
Council OKs measures to comply with sanctions law
The Town Council Thursday routinely approved a trio of ordinances to comply with a state employer sanctions law that cracks down on hiring illegal [aliens]. -- The council voted 6-0 to pass ordinances dealing with business licenses, contracting and economic development incentives.
|Times of India -- New Delhi
Next man in White House could well be a Hispanic
If it took 143 years after the Congress abolished slavery for Barack Obama to reach the White House, the journey from here on for another non-white aspirant to high office may happen a lot sooner as a demographic upheaval transforms the American landscape...
Bush leaving office more unpopular than Nixon
On the day that President-elect Barack Obama is visiting the White House, a new national poll suggests that the current occupant at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is the most unpopular president since approval ratings were first sought more than six decades ago...
|Judi McLeod -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto
The Real Obama according to his masters
Well it didn't take long. Less than one week after the U.S. election, here comes One World Government right on cue. -- Exit stage left. Make that for the entire world, not just the elusive unproven rookie who will transform the United States of America from a democracy into Socialism...
|David Paulin -- American Thinker
Hit-and-Run: Death in a 'sanctuary city'
It was one of the strangest hit-and-runs police had ever seen in Austin, Texas. Early last September, officers answering a call at 4:19 a.m. found a young man dead along a highway. They surmised he was a motorcyclist. He was, after all, wearing motorcycle garb -- a helmet, black-leather jacket, boots...
|Kankakee (Illinois) Daily Journal
Illegal alien's trial highlights recent trends
A 21-year-old illegal immigrant from Mexico is scheduled to go on trial today in Watseka for a drunken driving accident that killed Marvin Dettmering of rural Buckley about year ago. Despite the prospect of jail time and growing national efforts to deport people who enter the country illegally...
Obama website scrubs mandatory community service call
Following a controversy over language that appeared on Barack Obama's official website suggesting that Americans would be mandated to complete up to 100 hours of community service as part of a national service program, the original text has been memory-holed and replaced with a more sanitized version...
|Annapolis (Maryland) Capital
Feds move to seize $4.7M from painting business owner
Federal and county authorities want to seize more than $4.7 million in cash, cars and homes belonging to the owner of Annapolis Painting Services. -- The seizure proceedings are on hold while federal agents investigate whether Robert Bontempo Jr. harbored and employed illegal [aliens] in violation of federal law...
|Paul Craig Roberts -- VDare.com
If the change President-elect Obama has promised includes a halt to America's wars of aggression and an end to the rip-off of taxpayers by powerful financial interests, what explains Obama's choice of foreign and economic policy advisors? Indeed, Obama's selection of Rahm Israel Emanuel as White House chief of staff is a signal that change ended with Obama's election...
|Fort Mill (South Carolina) Times
Greenville considers crackdown on employers of illegals
Greenville County officials are considering joining some local governments in South Carolina that work with federal officials on illegal immigration. -- Greenville County Councilman Bob Taylor says illegal immigrants are a burden to schools and health care systems...
|Frontera NorteSur -- New Mexico State University -- Las Cruces, New Mexico
Amnesty in 2009?
Will Barack Obama's historic election victory give new impetus to immigration reform in the United States? Analysts and political observers in the United States and Mexico have mixed assessments. Auguring against a quick fix are the economic crisis and the Iraq war...
||American Border Patrol
Paper drops ABP fly along
American Border Patrol reports that it has rescheduled the start of its aerial survey of the border originally set for today until Monday, December 1st. According to ABP head Glenn Spencer, ABP changed its schedule because...
Kenya banking on Obama payback
Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga is demanding payback from President-elect Barack Obama for silencing WND staff writer and bestselling author Jerome Corsi, who investigated Obama's links to the authoritarian African official. -- Odinga told Kenya's newspaper, The Nation, that he expected Obama's election to provide a windfall of U.S. trade, tourism and investment...