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Thursday, December 4, 2008

A Very Ominous Obama
Reconquista Richardson Picked for Commerce

Lou Dobbs Tonight -- CNN -- December 3 
"We have to band together ...we have to put aside party and think of ourselves as Latinos, as Hispanics, more than we have in the past." – Bill Richardson

Dobbs: Well let's talk about Governor Richardson responding today, also in Spanish. This is what he said so everyone knows. "Like President-elect Obama told us 'si se puede' our vote has become our voice. The election has demonstrated our power and our unity. We have to keep fighting for our rights. At the same time, keep chasing the American dream for all. To the millions of inhabitants of Latin America and the Caribbean, we have to strengthen our ties and remember the importance of having a unified hemisphere." Candy the governor clearly reaching out to Hispanics in this country and this hemisphere. What do you make of that?
Video Watch: Drug War / Drug Truck / Richardson   Transcript
American Patrol Report
A sampling of Richardson the Reconquista
Red DotTearing down the wall
Richardson said he would tear down the wall at the border
Red DotBias exposed
"The only reason I'm not [calling for Gonzales's resignation] is because he's Hispanic, and I know him and like him," said Richardson, adding, "It's because he's Hispanic. I'm honest."
Red DotFor more on this outrageous Reconquista click here

Thursday, December 4, 2008 -- 6:10 PM
~~~ Next updates after 7-7:30 AM Pacific on Friday. Good evening ~~~

WorldNetDaily.com         sc   
North American Union supporter under consideration for top Labor post   
The man recently appointed to President-elect Barack Obama's economic transition team was a bona fide member of a major U.S. socialist organization, according to literature from the group. -- Former Rep. David Bonior, D-Mich., reportedly being considered for the Labor secretary position in the incoming Obama administration, has had a longstanding close relationship with the Democratic Socialists of America...

Ron Smith -- Baltimore Sun   
The truth about 'hate crimes' and the racial justice racket   
...The Southern Poverty Law Center is a thriving business. The Alabama-based "nonprofit" firm has become a font of riches for founder Morris Dees and his associates. Its last tax return (2005) showed it took in nearly $111 million in donations the previous four years alone and reported assets of $189.4 million at the end of 2005...

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

San Francisco Chronicle   
Over 1 million U.S. layoffs so far this year   
Big employers nationwide announced 181,671 layoffs in November, bringing the number of corporate pink slips issued so far this year to more than a million, according to an industry survey released Wednesday. -- The survey, by the Chicago outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, marks November as the worst month for layoffs...

Los Angeles Times   
Stepped-up security effort at L. A., Long Beach ports yields results   
Since it was quietly deployed at the nation's busiest harbor complex in October, a new anti-smuggling task force has seized 140 pounds of cocaine bound for Australia, dozens of weapons headed for Mexico and 20 pounds of meth stashed in cars en route to Hawaii...

Reuters      sc   
Record number of Americans using food stamps: report   
Food stamps, the main U.S. antihunger program which helps the needy buy food, set a record in September as more than 31.5 million Americans used the program -- up 17 percent from a year ago, according to government data...

Sonoran News -- Cave Creek, Arizona  
Obama and DNC refuse to address citizenship issue    
Dec. 1, the deadline for President-elect Barack Hussein Obama and the Democratic National Committee to respond to Attorney Philip Berg’s petition for a writ of certiorari in the Supreme Court, came and went without a response from either...

We Get E-Mail   
Another Taxpayer Ripoff: GM bailout funds to be used for overseas plants   
GM executives make public appearances with cup in hand, begging for a bailout of public money provided by tax payers at a time of HUGE federal deficits.  Since clearly we don't have the money, thanks to tax cuts, the money will have to be borrowed at prevailing interests rates...

Frontera NorteSur -- New Mexico State University -- Las Cruces   
Napolitano, from thumbs-up to alarm   
..."On the issue of immigration, Governor Napolitano gets it," [the notorious Frank] Sharry said. -Also- "Janet Napolitano has demonstrated that she either does not understand how border security really works, or that she does understand it and works to subvert it," said a statement [by Glenn Spencer] on the American Patrol website...

Edwin S. Rubenstein -- VDare.com   
Infrastructure to the rescue? Not without immigration reform   
...More sprawl equals longer commutes equals more time spent getting to work. When the suburbanite finally exits the interstate he often enters a dense urban space where transportation infrastructure is increasingly scarce. Immigrants play a role in this crunch also...

Washington Times   
Chertoff to hand Obama immigration successes   
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff declared success Wednesday on President Bush's vow to double the size of the U.S. Border Patrol and near-success on his pledge to build a fence along the U.S.-Mexico border. The two measures leave President-elect Barack Obama in a better position to get an immigration bill passed, he said...

WorldNetDaily.com   
Pravda raises Obama eligibility issue   
Questions about Obama's citizenship status are spreading like wildfire on the Internet, and some media outlets are beginning to run stories on the issue. -- Even the Russian online newspaper Pravda featured a column about "the man with no visible past."

The News-Herald -- Willoughby, Ohio     
ACLU accuses Ohio Highway Patrol of racial profiling   
The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio sent a letter to the Ohio Highway Patrol Ashtabula Post warning them that targeting people based on their race is illegal and should not be tolerated. -- Jeffrey Gamso, ACLU of Ohio legal director, said his group has received numerous reports of Latinos who reside, work or travel through Ashtabula County being stopped, searched and detained without due cause...

El Paso Times  
Open-borders zealots wants Hussein Obama to remove fence    
Elected officials in El Paso are asking President-elect Barack Obama to scuttle federal plans to build hundreds of miles of fencing along the U.S. border with Mexico. -- In a three-page letter to Obama dated Wednesday, officials from El Paso argue that the fence, a project approved by Congress in 2006, was ill-conceived and is an irresponsible expense while the country is in the midst of a recession...

Washington Post  
Mexican cartels send message of chaos, death   
The death squads of the drug cartels are killing in spectacularly gruesome ways, using the violence as a language to deliver a message to society. -- Increasingly, bodies show unmistakable signs of torture. Videos of executions are posted on the Internet, as taunts, as warnings. Corpses are dumped on playgrounds...

Philadelphia Bulletin   
Trib Ad Creates Stir: Birth certificate issue refuses to go away   
Despite the lack of media coverage and the derision of President-elect Barack Obama's supporters, a newspaper ad signaled that the controversy surrounding Mr. Obama's citizenship is not going away. -- The We The People Foundation, an organization designed to increase understanding of the Constitution...

Amanda Carpenter -- Townhall.com   
Reconquista Richardson sympathetic toward invaders   
President-elect Barack Obama's decision to appoint New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson as Commerce Secretary is good news for illegal aliens. -- As a former 2008 presidential Democratic contender Richardson advocated liberal immigration policies, although he has refused to use the word "amnesty"...

Los Angeles Times       
Possible gang link probed in arrest of Mexican Reconquista Nuñez's son   
Esteban Nuñez, the son of former California Assembly Speaker Fabian Nuñez, and three other men who were arrested in the fatal stabbing of a college student in San Diego fit the definition of a criminal street gang, police said in search warrants released Wednesday...

Devvy Kidd -- NewsWithViews.com   
Columnists call for taxpayer revolt -- want more socialism   
Back in September, I happened upon a column titled 'Time for a Taxpayer Revolt.' As I began to read the column, I thought, "This is good." The two authors were outlining the disaster of the so-called "bail outs" underway. As I worked my way through the column, I realized it was just more blame Republicans...

American Patrol Report Flashback -- January 31, 2006  
The State of The Bomb   
If President Bush succeeds in pushing his guest worker program, it will lead to the legalization of half of Mexico, not to mention Central and South America. Some, including former Undersecretary of the Treasury Paul Craig Roberts, argue that the United States will become a Third World country in twenty years...

Leo Kurtenbach -- Nipawin (Saskatchewan) Journal   
Seriousness of the global recession   
It is not an obsession of mine to solely blame the American economy. However, we Canadians are on the brink of being totally integrated and controlled by global corporate interests into a North American Union [NAU]. -- We Canadians must share some of the responsibility for this conundrum in as much as...

Reeves & Associates (Lawyers)   
DHS to be headed by amnesty advocate Napolitano   
On December 1, 2008, President Elect Obama announced his nomination for the Secretary of DHS which is responsible for setting, administering and enforcing the United States' immigration policies. Janet Napolitano, the current Governor of Arizona, was named to head DHS. Her position on immigration is that the country requires comprehensive immigration reform.

WorldNetDaily.com   
'Natural-born' requirement called 'stupidest provision'   
An associate lawyer in a Chicago-based firm whose partner served on a finance committee for then-Sen. Barack Obama has advocated for the elimination of the U.S. Constitution's requirement that a president be a "natural-born" citizen, calling the requirement "stupid" and asserting it discriminates, is outdated and undemocratic...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Today's NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Vehicle theft in Mexico in 2008 has been the highest in the last eleven years and has reached 57,294 through the month of September, a 14% increase. The Mexico City area has the highest number but Jalisco has tallied 4,104, a 24% increase over 2007...

American Border Patrol  
Border invasion pics
American Border Patrol has announced that the Web site BorderInvasionPics.com will be part of its service to bring the truth about the border to the American people. "Border Invasion Pics has done an excellent job and we are pleased that we will now have a close working relationship," said Glenn Spencer head of ABP. 

Orange County Register -- Santa Ana, Calif.   
California crushed under mountain of unemployment claims   
California saw unemployment claims soar during the third quarter, with initial applications for benefits skyrocketing 78 percent over the same period last year. -- “Demand is up significantly,” says Loree Levy, state Employment Development Department spokeswoman... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

ProPublica   
Reconquistas hope Obama will go after 287(g), other enforcement   
..."We're hopeful that she'll take a new approach to what we believe to be excessive enforcement tactics," said Elise Shore, Southeast regional counsel for the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, referring to Janet Napolitano, the Arizona governor...

Agence France-Presse  
Another Taxpayer Ripoff: U. S. delivers anti-crime package to Mexico   
The United States gave its go ahead Wednesday to a 197-million-dollar, anti-crime and-drug trafficking program for Mexico, said US Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garza. -- The Merida Initiative, which US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice gave a national security priority, totals 1.6 billion dollars in aid over three years for Mexico...

Pravda -- Moscow  
Barack, the amazing Mr. Obama    
Barack Obama promised people what they wanted: Hope and Change, without ever saying what that hope and change were going to be. One of Obama’s much praised abilities is his way of being very articulate in his speeches....

Huntsville (Alabama) Times  
Albertville seeks site to house illegals   
Albertville Police Chief Benny Womack said he hopes to get a detention center built here to house the large number of illegal [aliens] that have put a burden on his department and the court system. -- Womack said Tuesday that 400 to 450 illegal [aliens] have been arrested here since April...

Devvy Kidd -- Rense.com  
Treachery inside the U. S. Supreme Court   
Leo Donofrio called me on December 1, 2008, with more news regarding treachery inside the U.S. Supreme Court. These lawsuits are challenging Obama's constitutional eligibility to serve as president of these united States of America...

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