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Monday, December 8, 2008

California - The First (but not last) Third World State
The Rough Road Ahead

American Patrol Report Commentary -- December 8

      In 1994 Pete Wilson was re-elected Governor of California on the wave of popularity of Proposition 187\, the measure aimed at cutting off state funding for illegal aliens. Left wing radicals fought back and, with the help of a cowardly Republican Party, they were able to stop 187 and keep the public trough open to anyone who wanted to partake. Seventeen years ago we said we were importing poverty and that the state would eventually face bankruptcy. That has now happened.
    We also said that the state was importing ignorance as evidenced by the dropout rate among Hispanics. Now comes a study that says; "The growing mismatch between the needs of the economy and the education levels of the workforce is likely to put pressure on state social programs, increase economic inequality, and limit the path of the state's economic growth..." The study singles out Hispanics as the root of the problem.
    Illegal immigration is taking the United States on a path toward disaster -- California is already there. Left unchecked, Barack Obama will lead the entire nation down the road to Third-World status, and, as we are importing revolution as well, the ride will be very rough indeed.

El Paso Times           sc  
28 slain over weekend in Juárez; some wounded   
Cd. Juarez, Chih., Mex. -- At least 28 people, including 10 people in two separate mass shootings at bars, were slain over the weekend in Juárez, Mexican authorities said. -- On Sunday, Mexican police found the bodies of five men at about 1:33 a.m. inside the Alamos Bar located at Norzagaray Boulevard and Bario...

Peninsula Daily News -- Port Angeles, Washington   
Border Patrol boards Peninsula's bus line to Seattle   
Bus riders can expect Border Patrol agents to board an Olympic Bus Lines bus at least once a week to question riders, according to the president of the private bus company. -- The managers of Clallam Transit and Jefferson Transit lines said they had not had specific bus checks...

U. S. Rep. Tom Tancredo  
Tancredo asks Obama to build the border fence   
U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-Littleton) today asked President-elect Barack Obama to build the congressionally mandated border fence between the United States and Mexico. Obama has introduced new economic initiatives aimed at creating 2.5 million jobs and improving American infrastructure...

Lou Dobbs Tonight -- CNN -- December 8         
Grim jobs outlook for working Americans   
New evidence that the economy is plunging deeper into recession. Employers cut more jobs last month than anytime since the mid-1970s. Corporate America is cutting more jobs every day. How many more jobs will be lost before this economy recovers?

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson   
Full text of U.S. State Department's travel alert for Mexico   
This Travel Alert updates security information for U.S. citizens traveling and living in Mexico. It replaces the Travel Alert for Mexico dated April 14, 2008, and expires on April 14, 2009. -- While millions of U.S. Citizens safely visit Mexico each year, including thousands who cross the land border every day for study...

Associated Press   
Illegal immigration foe Rep. Tom Tancredo retires   
Centennial, Colo. -- When Tom Tancredo, the lightning-rod Colorado conservative, went to Congress a decade ago, he promised he wouldn't disappear in Washington. He sure didn't. -- Tancredo made headlines clashing with Democrats and his fellow Republicans. He could be hard to figure even by his allies... [Also: Memorable Tancredo remarks]

Los Angeles Times   
Pakistan militant group builds web of Western recruits   
The Pakistani extremist group suspected in the Mumbai rampage remains a distant shadow for most Americans. But the threat is much nearer than it seems. -- For years, Lashkar-e-Taiba has actively recruited Westerners, especially Britons and Americans, serving as a kind of farm team for Islamic militants who have gone on to execute attacks for Al Qaeda...

Associated Press   
Tribune (L. A. Times, other pro-invasion rags) files for bankruptcy   
Media conglomerate Tribune Co. filed for bankruptcy protection Monday, as the owner of the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Cubs and other properties tries to deal with $13 billion in debt. -- Advertising revenue declined severely this year because of the recession, putting pressure on the Chicago-based company...

Henry Makow, Ph. D. -- Rense.com   
Smoking Gun! -- Rockefeller official revealed NWO scheme in 1969   
Our political and cultural "leaders" are accomplices in a plot to re-engineer humanity to serve the Judeo-Masonic central banking cartel. Wars, terrorism, depressions, political and social change, entertainment and fads are all contrived to gradually bring about an Orwellian police state. Many people have said this but last week, I learned of another "smoking gun...."

Salt Lake Tribune   
Despite testimony, immigration bill looks to pass session intact   
...SB81 attempts to tighten immigration policy by enlisting local law enforcement to play a role, requiring public employers to use a citizenship-verification program and criminalizing the transportation or harboring of an undocumented immigrant for financial gain, among other provisions...

Associated Press         sc    
Rhode Island slow to deport immigrant inmates   
The idea was simple: States could flush their prisons early of non-violent immigrant convicts while helping the federal government close the books on potentially thousands of pending deportations. -- But implementing what's known as the Rapid REPAT program has been anything but quick...

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...

Arizona Capitol Times -- Phoenix  
Napolitano's immigration strategy was largely defense    
..."She's [Janet Napolitano] been an impediment to securing our borders. She's been an impediment to enforcing the law," said Rep. Russell Pearce, a Mesa Republican known nationally for his crusade against illegal immigration....

Warner Todd Huston -- RenewAmerica.us  
New York Times tosses 'pity party' for deported illegal alien thug    
A criminal without legal status deported by US immigration officials is the subject of the latest pity party thrown by The New York Times. The Times seems to find it lamentable that this gang member and armed robber was deported from "his homeland" -- that would be the USA -- to Cambodia, the land of his birth...

El Paso Times   
Hispanic advisers to have ear of Barack Obama   
...National organizations like the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, the National Association of Latino Elected Officials, the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, as well as the Congressional Hispanic Caucus [led by this Reconquista], have publicly encouraged Obama to include Hispanics among his 3,000 appointments...

Supreme Court denies citizenship challenge   
The U.S. Supreme Court today announced it has denied bringing Donofrio v. Wells – one of several cases challenging Barack Obama's eligibility to serve as president – before a full hearing of the Court. -- The case of Leo C. Donofrio v. New Jersey Secretary of State Nina Mitchell Wells claims Obama does not meet... [Related item]

Greensboro (North Carolina) News & Record   
Alamance is ahead of the curve on crackdown   
Alamance County commissioner Tim Sutton has a clear message for immigrants. -- "If they’re here illegally," he said, "we’ll certainly accommodate their trip home." -- Sutton began immersing himself in the issue more than a decade ago, as the county’s immigrant population exploded...

Dallas Morning News   
Napolitano expected to reassert federal authority on immigration   
...As governor, Ms. Napolitano pushed for so-called comprehensive immigration reform. She has supported a temporary worker program and called for a national employer-verification system. -- "It's our belief that she shares our concerns about allowing enough legal immigration to meet the needs of employers," said Bill Hammond...

Associated Press   
Lawmakers want reform on jailed illegal aliens    
Houston -- Federal lawmakers are calling for reform after a newspaper's investigation found thousands of inmates in the nation's third-largest county walked out of jail despite admitting they were in the U.S. illegally. -- The area congressional delegation met with top ICE officials Friday to discuss problems highlighted by a Houston Chronicle investigation...

American Border Patrol       
Photos of the day   
L. A. District Attorney Steve Cooley pays tribute to George Putnam at a memorial service in La Canada, California on Saturday, Dec. 6. Glenn Spencer attended the service and took the photos shown here...

Arizona Daily Star  
Proposed Pima policy lays down rule for bad behavior off-duty    
...The proposal comes in the wake of complaints about county Legal Defender Isabel Garcia's actions at a July protest against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Garcia walked around holding the head of a piñata in Arpaio's likeness. -- County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry found Garcia did not violate any county policies but...

Los Angeles Times  
L. A. Times parent faces bankruptcy (Hurray!)
The company that owns the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and Chicago Cubs baseball team is preparing for a possible bankruptcy filing... -- American Patrol Report Comment: The L. A. Times is a criminal organization that fought for open borders. It deserves to go under. 

Thomas Lifson -- American Thinker       
Huh? What does Bill Richardson mean?   
New Mexico governor and Obama Secretary of Commerce-designate Bill Richardson has some 'splainin' to do. French television recorded him saying (in Spanish) that "Obama is an immigrant" (so Hispanics can relate to him). -- Is the Governor being fitted for a tinfoil hat? Does he believe that Obama was actually born in Kenya...?

Financial Times -- London   
Chinese property hunters to raid US   
Chinese bargain hunters are preparing to descend on American cities such as Los Angeles and San Francisco, where homeowners have suffered some of the steepest price falls in the US. -- SouFun, the biggest real estate website in China, is organising a trip next month to look at properties in California and possibly Nevada...

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