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Sunday, November 30, 2008

The Supreme Test
Will the Media Overwhelm the Truth Again?

We the People Foundation 
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Mr. Obama: Don't Miss Next Week's Chicago Tribune -- Full-Page Citizenship Challenge To Run Twice, December 1st and 3rd
D.C. National Press Club Event: Dec. 8th
    The Open Letter to Mr. Obama is a formal Petition for a Redress (Remedy) for the alleged violation of the "natural born citizen" clause of the Constitution of the United States of America. Mr. Obama is respectfully requested to direct the Hawaiian officials to provide access to his original birth certificate on December 5-7 by our team of forensic scientists, and to provide additional documentary evidence establishing his citizenship status prior to our Washington, D.C. press conference on December 8.
    A First Amendment Petition to any official of the Government for Redress of a violation of the Constitution is substantially different from the garden-variety political petitions frequently received by government officials. This Petition demands it be given the highest priority for an expedited review and official Response by Mr. Obama.
    American Patrol Report Comment – As we said earlier, the Obama team is moving to insulate him from the Constitution by creating an aura of the indispensable man. Let's see if the Supreme Court buys it.

San Diego Union-Tribune              sc  
Six killed, five wounded in shootings across city   
Tijuana, BCN, Mex. -- Gunmen carried out four separate attacks on busy Tijuana streets yesterday, killing six people, including a teenager, and wounding five others, the Baja California Attorney General's Office said. -- In addition, police in Rosarito Beach reported finding the body of a man who had been shot to death...

Frontera NorteSur -- New Mexico State University -- Las Cruces, New Mexico  
Violence, rights violations soar in Tijuana   
Spectacular killings like the slaughter of eight people inside a seafood restaurant November 28 have rightly earned Ciudad Juarez the reputation as the most violent and dangerous place in Mexico. But on another side of the border, in Baja California, Tijuana is running a close second...

American Patrol Report Commentary   
More Arizona Republic nonsense   
Daniel Gonzales, reporter for the Arizona Republic, makes the argument that enforcing immigration laws hurts the economy. -- Gonzales says, "There are no studies that estimate how many illegal immigrants have turned to cash-only work to survive in Arizona. .."

Cherry Hill (New Jersey) Courier-Post  
Illegal aliens fear police-reporting policy   
A little over a year after state Attorney General Anne Milgram directed law enforcement agencies to check the immigration status of serious criminals they arrest, the number of referrals to federal immigration officials has more than doubled...

Philadelphia Inquirer   
Vicious illegal alien charged in ramming death at bar   
Authorities filed murder charges today against a 35-year-old man, saying he exacted revenge against a takeout clerk who had escorted him out of a Bensalem bar last night by killing him in the parking lot a few minutes later with a pickup truck. -- Jose Maldonado-Luzuriaga was sent to the Bucks County prison on homicide and related charges this morning...

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix  
Illegals manage to skirt Ariz. employer-sanctions law   
[Illegal aliens] and employers in Arizona are finding ways to circumvent the state's employer-sanctions law by turning to the underground, or cash, economy. -- Blocked by the law from getting payroll jobs, many illegal [aliens] instead are performing services or selling items on the side for cash...

American Patrol Report  
More Associated Press BS   
The Associated Press is a well-known bleeding heart liberal organization. When reporting on illegal immigration they rarely point to murderous gangsters who have been deported. Rather they pick examples designed to illicit sympathy and, in turn, to immigration law enforcement...

Houston Chronicle  
Weapons sold in Houston kill in Mexico   
Drug cartel gangsters waging a criminal insurgency against Mexican society and government are making the Houston area their marketplace of choice, as they spend millions of dollars statewide buying military-style weapons and ammunition...

Associated Press  
Border crossings shift back to California routes   
Tijuana, BCN, Mex. -- In a flash, the two men were over the double fence and into the San Diego parking lot. -- As a waiting pickup truck sped them away, the smuggler who boosted them over the 15-foot walls scrambled toward Mexico...

Associated Press  
U. S., Midwest send a message: Illegal immigrants go home   
...Nationwide, deportations have also increased, with nearly 350,000 immigrants sent home through September 2008, compared with about 174,000 in the same period in 2004. -- The trend is expected to continue. But experts and immigration officials aren’t certain whether deportations — which affect less than 3 percent...

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

Winknews.com -- Fort Myers, Florida   
Illegal alien shot by deputies now in jail    
The Collier County Sheriff's Office arrested a man that they shot two weeks earlier. Jose David Giracca, 30 of East Naples was arrested Friday after being released from Lee Memorial Hospital. He was shot by Collier County Sheriff's Deputies the morning of November 14th...

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