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Monday, November 24, 2008

Another VERY Bad Omen
Napolitano Would Put Homeland Security in Jeopardy
 

American Patrol Report-- November 24 
Loser Nappy
"You show me a 50-foot wall and I'll show you a 51-foot ladder at the border. That's the way the border works."

    It has been rumored that President-elect Barack Obama is considering Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano to be the next Secretary of Homeland Security. Napolitano has been very wrong about border security and, as the governor of a border state, this is a very bad sign.
    Let's take her position on the border fence. Back in 2005 World Net Daily reported: "[She] is smashing the border fence idea, saying it would be too expensive, take too long to construct and be ineffective when completed."  "You show me a 50-foot wall and I'll show you a 51-foot ladder at the border. That's the way the border works," Napolitano told the Associated Press.
    Napolitano was wrong. After getting off to a bad start, DHS finally got serious about the border fence and is installing hundreds of miles of fencing and barriers with great effect. Just last week CBP issued a report entitled Apprehensions Decrease in New Mexico Corridors Where Fencing Built. It says that following the installation of new fencing, apprehensions at the border in New Mexico have fallen 67%.
    A similar result was found at Yuma where apprehensions fell 78% following the construction of fifty miles of border fence. ...Continued Here...

East Valley Tribune -- Phoenix          sc  
Mesa to tighten ID checks on contractors   
Mesa is in the final stages of implementing a worker verification program that will require more detailed information from city contractors about each of their workers, and any of them requiring a security badge access to city buildings will have to show a federally authorized identification card...

Newsday -- New York   
Lying 'Tan Klan' leader Murguia attacks Suffolk's Steve Levy   
..."Suffolk County is a particularly good example of elected officials stoking the fires of anti-immigrant sentiment," [La Raza leader Janet] Murguía said. "For two years we have urged politicians and members of the media to show some restraint in echoing the damaging rhetoric that demonizes our communities."

Riverside (Calif.) Press Enterprise   
Bush OKs new border crossing to Mexico in San Diego County   
President Bush has given final approval for a new border crossing east of the Otay Mesa Port of Entry. -- The proposed crossing received a presidential permit late last week. -- It would be built by the federal government and be connected to state Route 905 by a 2-mile toll road to be built by the California DOT.

Geoff Metcalf -- Family Security Matters   
Chump 'change'   
Some people just don't want to be confused with facts that contradict their preconceived opinions or prejudices. -- During the presidential race, Democrats were so committed to “change” and the counterintuitive claim that McCain represented a third Bush term (despite McCain's significant record of mucking up GOP goals and objectives)...

Front Page Magazine Editorial              sc      
Jamiel's Law   
Sergeant Anita Shaw's Army unit was on the way home from a tour in Iraq in early March when she got word that the chaplain wanted to see her. Such a summons always raises questions in a soldier. Shaw wondered if there might be a problem with her job performance or a personality problem she hadn't noticed with someone in her squad...

Glenn Spencer -- The Two Malcontents   
Raul Grijalva: A grave threat to our nation   
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...

Frontera NorteSur -- New Mexico State University -- Las Cruces, New Mexico   
Mexicans elated at possibility of Reconquista Richardson appointment   
Political and business leaders in the state of Chihuahua responded with a gush of enthusiasm to news that New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson was under serious consideration for the post of commerce secretary in the incoming Obama administration...   

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix  
Arpaio's sweeps to get fresh scrutiny?   
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's crackdown on illegal [aliens] could get greater scrutiny from federal investigators under President-elect Barack Obama's administration, criminal-justice experts say. -- A telltale clue to that possibility is Obama's top choice to head the U.S. Justice Department, Eric Holder...

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Napolitano bad news for border security   
In this interview Napolitano spewed, among other things, "The third thing is, we're going to deal with the 12 million [illegal aliens] in this country. We're not going to have a permanent underclass. They're going to have to pay a fine, get in line, and pay their taxes. And I don't call that amnesty."

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

Charlotte Observer  
New tool speeds ID of N. C. illegal aliens   
With the stroke of a computer key, the sheriffs of Gaston, Buncombe and two other N.C. counties can access full federal immigration records of undocumented lawbreakers. -- Starting last week, new computer terminals link sheriff's personnel to several federal databases, giving quick access through fingerprint scans...

Associated Press  
New AG could scrutinize Arpaio sweeps   
Phoenix -- Immigration sweeps conducted by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office could be in for greater federal scrutiny under the incoming Obama administration's Justice Department. -- Criminal justice experts say President-elect Obama's choice of Eric Holder for attorney general is one clue...

WSMV-TV -- Nashville   
Sex-slave advocates upset over rash of Nashville incidents   
...Recently, police in Memphis busted a sex slave brothel and investigators are still on the case of the 13-year-old Hispanic sex-slave in Brentwood -- who said she went through unimaginable things. -- This week, a 22-year-old woman told police she was driven from state to state and forced to have sex with up to seven men a day. [More 'family values' that should have stopped at the Rio Bravo]

North County Times -- Escondido, Calif.   
Crime-fighters' push for gang injunction worries town's Latinos, whining ensues   
Fallbrook -- Pat Braendel is dedicating her retirement to cleaning up crime in this rural community she has called home for three decades. -- But her latest campaign is rankling some of her neighbors. -- As leader of the crime prevention group she founded five years ago, Braendel began calling for a gang injunction earlier this year...

Los Angeles Times   
Foreclosures, delinquencies skyrocketing among 'prime' borrowers   
..."We should be really worried," said Stephen C. Levy, director of the Center for the Continuing Study of the California Economy, a private research firm in Palo Alto. -- .And as home prices continue to fall, delinquent borrowers are more likely than ever to end up in foreclosure... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

Associated Press   
ICE makes immigration raids in Flagstaff   
Agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement have made more than a dozen arrests in Flagstaff (Ariz.) in recent days. -- ICE officials say the raids began Wednesday and should wrap up Saturday. Agents are targeting non-citizens who have ignored orders to leave the country...

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