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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Calling His Bluff
Will Bush Still Be President on January 21

American Patrol Report-- November 25 
Loser Nappy
Attorney turned gambler Donofrio (right) calling Obama's bluff

    On December 5 the U.S. Supreme Court will decide if the swearing in of Barack Obama to be President of the United States should be halted pending a hearing on his eligibility. The court will be acting on a lawsuit by Leo C. Donofrio, an attorney turned gambler claiming that the New Jersey Secretary of State (SOS) failed to certify that the names "of all such candidates for whom the voters within such county may be by law entitled to vote at such election."
    The Donofrio lawsuit is asking the court to issue a writ of mandamus ordering the New Jersey SOS to carry out her duties as prescribed by state statute.
    Donofrio claims that three persons on the ballot, Obama, McCain and Socialist Workers Party candidate Roger Calero are not qualified to hold the office of President of the United States and that the ballots were therefore "defective."
    As reported by the Sonoran News on Nov. 21 Donofrio "appears to have the most promising lawsuit challenging Obama and other candidates' eligibility to become President of the United States under constitutional requirement they be 'natural born' citizens."
November 23, 2008
    United States Supreme Court docket no. 08A407, Donofrio v. Wells, is now "Distributed for Conference of Dec. 5th, 2008" to the full Court meeting in private on that date. The case was the subject of previous sabotage by SCOTUS stay clerk, Danny Bickell... ~~More Here~~

Drudge Report     sc       
Russian analyst predicts decline and breakup of USA    
A leading Russian political analyst has said the economic turmoil in the United States has confirmed his long-held view that the country is heading for collapse, and will divide into separate parts. -- Professor Igor Panarin said in an interview with the respected daily IZVESTIA published on Monday: "The dollar is not secured by anything..." [Related item]

Medford (Oregon) Mail Tribune   
Illegal alien kidnap suspect arraigned on numerous charges   
A man suspected of grabbing an 18-year-old woman off Union Avenue at around noon Friday and sexually assaulting her made his first court appearance Monday. -- The suspect, Leonardo Guillen-Yanel, 20, initially gave a false name, but ICE officers identified him using their massive fingerprint database... [More of Bush's pet fiends]

John McManus -- The New American   
Behind the Obama agenda   
The team Barack Obama has begun assembling suggests that, in terms of substance, the incoming administration may not be that different from the outgoing. -- In April 1992, Senator Joe Biden — now our vice president-elect — penned an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal entitled "How I Learned to Love the New World Order."

KNXV-TV -- Phoenix   
Invaders found in fake beer van at Arizona-Mexico border   
Border Patrol authorities said Tuesday that 13 illegal [aliens] were found inside a truck that looked like a Budweiser delivery van near the Mexican border Monday morning. -- Tucson Sector Border Patrol Agents noticed the van at about 9 a.m. and said it appeared out of place, according to a news release...

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix   
More drug tunnels being found on border    
Authorities are finding record numbers of tunnels on the U.S.-Mexican border, which signals that Mexican drug cartels are increasingly desperate to circumvent the hundreds of miles of new border barriers. -- The majority of tunnels have been discovered along the border in Arizona, a state that has seen many new border barriers...

Who is Barack Hussein Obama?   
Is something big about to break in the Obama birth certificate story? -- The questions surrounding the constitutional eligibility of Barack Obama to serve as U.S. president continue. After abating a bit immediately prior and after the election two weeks ago, more information has surfaced which has returned the issue to the blogosphere...

Detroit Free Press   
Iraqi sentenced in underage sex sting   
A 46-year-old Detroit man has been sentenced to 9 1/2 years in prison for driving to Toledo last November to have sex with a 12-year-old girl who turned out to be the creation of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents... [More "family values"

Washington Post   
Insanity: Virginia panel on invaders steps back from hard line   
Richmond -- Virginia, known for some of the nation's toughest policies on illegal immigration, appears to be abandoning its hard-line approach as state officials consider proposals to help foreign-born residents assimilate, including increasing the number of English classes...

Michael J. Gaynor -- WebCommentary.com  
Is Obama vulnerable to blackmail over his birth certificate?   
I submit that there is a legitimate public interest in the birth certificate of the President-Elect. -- Is the truth about his birth what he wrote in his autobiography, Dreams from My Father, or what he said at the last Alfred E. Smith dinner, or something else?

We Get E-Mail   
Look into the treasonous Senate Bill 2433 (global tax outrage)   
According to David Bossie, President of the group 'Citizens United for American Sovereignty', based out of Merrifield  Virginia, the above- mentioned Senate Bill (S. 2433) is a piece of legislation in the works that all Americans need to know about and know now!

Associated Press   
Seattle nightclub owner charged with visa fraud   
A Seattle nightclub owner faces federal charges that he tried to help other immigrants, including a felon, obtain fraudulent green cards. -- Marcos Neumann Garcia was arrested Monday. A complaint filed in U.S. District Court says he paid $42,500 to undercover agents who pretended to have connections to corrupt immigration officials...

Customs and Border Protection   
Half-ton of pot seized in desert smuggling attempt   
Dateland, Ariz. – U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to Yuma Sector’s Camp Grip early Friday morning interdicted a marijuana smuggling load valued at more than $800,000. -- On November 21, at about 1:15 a.m., Border Patrol agents patrolling in a remote desert area east of Yuma found evidence that a vehicle had illegally entered the United States from Mexico...

Congressional Quarterly  
Obama may 'reassess' workplace raids   
Even if comprehensive immigration legislation is a low priority in the 111th Congress, President-elect Barack Obama will have plenty of tools at his disposal for altering the border security and interior enforcement landscape...

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

KIII-TV -- Corpus Christi      
Suspected load vehicle crashes during pursuit, one dead   
One woman is dead seven others are injured after the van they were in flipped, crashed and then burned. -- It happen in Duval County, off County Road 229 and Farm Road 1336. -- The van was believed to have been transporting illegal aliens and was being chased by a Duval County constable and Border Patrol agents...

Joan Swirsky -- Family Security Matters   
The great birth certificate scandal - cover-up of the 2008 election    
...Attorney Philip J. Berg, former deputy attorney general of Pennsylvania and a longtime Democrat partisan, sued Obama and the Democratic National Committee for what he alleged was the DNC's failure to vet Obama, and Obama's failure to provide an authentic and verifiable U.S. birth certificate. The suit was dismissed as "too vague..."

Miami Herald  
Undercover immigration agent busted on kickback charge   
A federal undercover agent investigating an Ecuadorean-Chinese smuggling ring accepted cash kickbacks and other gifts from a paid U.S. government informant involved in the probe of the illegal migrant network, according to an indictment unsealed Monday...

Americas Policy Program   
Expect "Rule of Law" to rule immigration policy   
What does the likely nomination of Gov. Janet Napolitano as head of the Department of Homeland Security signal for immigration policy? -- The hopeful interpretation by immigrant advocacy organizations is that Napolitano's appointment, along with the new immigration task force in the transition team, are signs that immigration reform will be a priority for the Obama administration...

Rocky Mountain News -- Denver   
Tancredo's crusade isn't over   
Take your pick: farewell or good riddance. But outgoing Rep. Tom Tancredo might not be leaving the political limelight for long. -- "I'm not done with politics," the controversial, immigration- reform firebrand declared last week, sitting in a crowded cafeteria two floors below where his staff was packing up his old congressional office...

WHAS-TV -- Louisville, Kentucky   
Mexican gangs now infiltrating Kentucky; Shelbyville fears violence in future   
Until recent years, Kentucky wasn’t a major destination for illegal [aliens]. -- Those who came here were mostly migrant workers or employees in the equestrian industry. -- But a new wave of illegal [aliens] has been arriving in recent years...

Michael Cutler -- Family Security Matters   
Expansion of visa waiver program poses threat to national security   
Terrorist attacks that were in the final planning stages more than two years ago sought to create a terror "spectacular." The goal of the terrorists was to bring down ten jet airliners on the same day as they flew over the Atlantic Ocean, headed towards the United States...

Zedillo finds fence 'offensive'      
"I personally find (the fence) profoundly offensive," said Zedillo, co-chairman of the Brookings Institution¹s Partnership for the Americas Commission, which released its report "Rethinking U.S.-Latin American Relations" on Monday. [Note: Here's something that actually IS extremely offensive]

El Paso Times   
Ex-El Paso Border Patrol agents' sentences not commuted by Bush    
President George W. Bush has granted pardons to 14 individuals and commuted the prison sentences of two others, The Associated Press learned Monday. -- Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean, the two former Border Patrol agents who were found guilty of discharging a firearm during the act of a crime...

Janet Porter -- WorldNetDaily.com   
Rathergate II: Certification of Live Birth a clear forgery   
The media bought it. The voters bought it. And now some in Congress are resisting the idea of congressional hearings because they believe that Barack Obama's "birth certificate" has been posted online. -- Not so. -- What was posted was not a birth certificate, but something that resembles a "Certification of Live Birth"...

We Get E-Mail  
CIR (aka amnesty) by spring   
The Detroit Free Press quotes Senate Majority Leader Reid "On immigration, there's been an agreement between [Mr.] Obama and [Mr.] McCain to move forward on that. ... We'll do that"; and "We've got McCain and we've got a few others. I don't expect much of a fight at all." A report in The Cherry Hill Courier Post quotes a spokesman....

Diversity Alliance for a Sustainable America   
Obama scheme will further elevate mind-boggling national debt   
Adding 3 million people a year to the U.S. will increase unemployment, health care costs and global warming -- "President-Elect Obama should be commended for wanting to address legal residents' concerns. However, adding 3 million people a year to the U.S. will essentially mean more jobseekers, polluters, and people needing health care..."

Lou Dobbs Tonight -- CNN  
Reconquistas wave hate flag   
Dobbs: Advocates of open borders and amnesty accusing border security advocates of fostering a wave of hate, but as usual, those groups led by La Raza and MALDEF were long on rhetoric and absolutely, absolutely devoid of facts or respect for them. Bill Tucker has our report. Click here to watch.....[Transcript] [Related drivel]

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Latest news from south of the border   
A confrontation linked to groups associated with narcotraffic left five people dead and four wounded from gunfire near Pueblo Nuevo, Durango. -- The lifeless bodies of two other men were found around the November 20th Commune, near the city of Durango. Their hands and feet had been tied, but their severed heads were some meters away...

KTVK-TV -- Phoenix   
ICE bust nets 80 arrests including alleged immigration fugitives   
Flagstaff -- Eighty criminal aliens, immigration fugitives and immigration violators have been removed from the United States or are now facing deportation resulting from an enforcement action carried out by an interagency task force led by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Fugitive Operations Team in Arizona...

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