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Sunday, November 23, 2008

A VERY Bad Omen
A Grave Threat to the Nation

American Patrol Report-- November 23 
Loser Nappy

      Barack Obama is considering Raul Grijalva, an Arizona Congressman, for Secretary of the Interior. Not only is Grijalva not qualified for the job, his main claim to fame is as an enemy of the United States of America.
    A year ago Grijalva showed his absolute disdain for the environment and the law when he and his entourage drove their vehicles into the San Pedro River Riparian area, ignoring signs saying it was prohibited. "Grijalva was there to stop the construction of the border fence," said Glenn Spencer of APR, "he didn't give a damn about the environment, he just didn't want anyone to interfere with the Mexican invasion of the United States."
    Grijalva, who was a member of MEChA in college, once called Americans concerned with illegal border crossers "cockroaches."
    Grijalva has fought against any attempt by the United States to protect itself from the invasion by Mexico. He once called Arizona Gov. Napolitano's plans for securing the border "an insult to Mexican-Americans."  
    "Mexicans are now overrunning our national parks to grow marijuana," Spencer said, "and I doubt very seriously that Grijalva would give a damn."
    "If Barack Obama picks Grijalva to run Interior he would send a signal that Americans must become organized to defend against a very real threat to their nation – the President of the United States," he added.

Sunday, November 23, 2008 -- 6:45 PM
~~~ Next updates after 7-7:30 AM Pacific on Monday. Good evening ~~~

Dallas Morning News    
Texas lawmakers look to rein in higher-ed cost   
...Although Gov. Rick Perry and the Legislature decided in 2001 that it made economic sense to encourage illegal [aliens'] children to go to college, Rep. Debbie Riddle, R-Tomball, wants to strip many of in-state tuition privileges. If she prevails, no one in the country illegally could be considered a resident eligible for the lower, in-state rates...

Riverside (Calif.) Press-Enterprise   
Salvadoran gets 12 years in child molestation case   
Fontana -- A man who portrayed a character he called Trim-Trim the Clown was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison after being convicted of continuous sexual abuse involving two teenage girls. -- The sentence means David Albert Lemus likely will be deported to his native El Salvador... [More of Bush's pet fiends]

Full Disclosure Network®   
L. A. City Council to seize public access cable television channels    
The Full Disclosure Network® presents an exclusive video report on how the L. A. City Council is prepared to seize control of the public access cable channels. Having conducted almost invisible public input and debate on 2007 state legislation that revised the City's franchising powers regarding public access requirements...

TIME Magazine   
Bad cops a growing problem in Mexico's drug war   
Few rituals are more futile than the "housecleaning" of Mexico's police forces. So deep, broad and brazen is cop corruption south of the border that removing it makes eradicating rats from landfills look easy. Mexico stages quasi-annual purges of officers high and low - last year it was 284 federal police commanders...

Coming Up
December 6
La Canada Flintridge, Calif. -- 1 PM 
Memorial for Veteran Broadcaster George Putnam

Des Moines Register        sc  
Ex-managers at plant may have fled, officials say   
Federal agents bearing a fresh indictment arrested one Agriprocessors Inc. supervisor Friday, but officials said they suspect that two others have fled to Israel. -- Former poultry-line managers Hosam Amara and Zeev Levi were named in the new indictment, but their whereabouts were unknown, officials said...

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson   
Border Patrol seizes 1,440 pounds of pot   
U.S. Border Patrol agents seized more than a half-ton of marijuana and two weapons in two separate incidents Thursday. -- Agents attempted to stop a Ford extended-cab pickup truck about 7 p.m outside Willcox when the driver sped away, said Esmeralda Marroquin, U.S. Border Patrol Tucson Sector's spokeswoman...

The Examiner -- Denver  
Mexican consul: Immigrants leaving Colorado   
Denver -- Many Mexicans increasingly feel unwelcome in Colorado because of a perceived anti-[illegal alien.... criminal] sentiment, and some are looking back home for opportunities as the economy here sours, Denver's Mexican consul general says...

Houston Chronicle   
ICE failure to detect, deport criminal aliens shows distorted priorities   
The exact shape of immigration reform may be subject to endless debate. But there's something close to consensus on what to do with [illegal aliens] already in our midst who commit violent crimes: Confine them to prison and then deport them...

Dallas Morning News  
Lawmakers call on Bush for clemency in border agents' shooting case    
It's a long-standing tradition for presidents to offer clemency as they leave office. Two former Border Patrol agents who shot an unarmed drug smuggler in the backside as he fled are hoping President George W. Bush agrees that two years behind bars is enough...

Meddlesome Mexican says Hussein Obama should leave NAFTA alone   
Mexican President Felipe Calderon said U.S. President-elect Barack Obama shouldn't succumb to protectionist pressures by attempting to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement. -- "I believe the next U.S. administration has enough talent and common sense'' not to touch NAFTA, Calderon said... [More Mexican meddling]

Clint Fitzgerald -- Lake County Record-Bee -- Lakeport, Calif.   
U. S. society can not survive unchecked immigration   
According to projections from the United States Census Bureau, by 2042 whites will no longer constitute a majority of the United States. Due to factual analysis we know 400,000 mostly Mexican illegal alien mothers birth their prized "anchor babies" within the USA annually. -- Obama voted to double legal immigration from 1.2 million annually to 2.4 million in June 2007...

Los Angeles Times   
Surge in unemployment puts California's Inland Empire in tailspin   
If the Inland Empire is one of the birthplaces of the current recession, it is also at the forefront of the nation's growing pain over joblessness -- with the highest unemployment rate of any large metropolitan area in the country. State numbers released Friday show the Riverside, San Bernardino and Ontario area is now suffering from its highest unemployment rate in 13 years... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

Los Angeles Times   
Napolitano: a border-law enforcer in D.C.?   
Reporting from Washington -- As governor of Arizona, Janet Napolitano last year signed into law the nation's harshest penalty for employers who knowingly hire illegal [aliens], a measure that would take away their business licenses for a second violation...

San Diego Union-Tribune   
1.5 million Californians out of work   
With thousands of jobs disappearing in retail, finance and construction, unemployment in California last month rose to its highest point since the recession of the early 1990s. Statewide, the unemployment rate hit 8.2 percent in October, according to data released yesterday by the state's Employment Development Department... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

American Patrol Report   
L. A. Times faces grim facts
An editorial in today's Los Angeles Times paints a true picture of the economic catastrophe that is California. -- "The collapse of California was inevitable and will surely lead the way to near-depression conditions for the rest of the nation," said Glenn Spencer of American Patrol. "At its heart was the importation of poverty from Mexico," he added. [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

Los Angeles Times   
Latino thugs seriously injure black inmate at youth facility   
An 18-year-old incarcerated at a Los Angeles County juvenile probation camp suffered a serious neck injury earlier this month in a racially motivated attack that took place the day after a scathing federal report criticized unsafe conditions in the facilities, probation officials said Friday...

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson  
Governor: Return Guard troops to border    
Phoenix -- Gov. Janet Napolitano will make a new push to put National Guard troops back along the border. -- But she emphasized Friday that she is doing that as the governor of Arizona and not in her possible new role as secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security...

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas       
More arrests made in connection to flea market raid   
Hidalgo County sheriffs have made more arrests in connection to a pirated DVDs raid at a valley flea market. -- A total of 40 people are now behind bars and are expected to face a judge later today. -- They [mostly illegals] are all accused of making pirated DVDs or CDs and were arrested during a major sting operation...

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