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Friday, December 12, 2008

"This is Not Camelot"
Corrupt Chicago Machine/SEIU America's Future?

Lou Dobbs Tonight -- CNN -- December 11

John Kass, Chicago Tribune: Are you telling me that he [Obama] wasn't interested in who's going to be in the Senate, replace him in the United States Senate? Are you telling me that the Chicago machine didn't have a vested interest in making sure that the United States Senate stayed in their control? It's the high priests of journalism that basically were in the tank for Obama for so long have just found out that this is Chicago and this is not Camelot.
Griffin (CNN): As for the SEIU, Lou, there is at least a dozen references to the union in the U.S. attorney's complaint, and at several points, the SEIU official allegedly is discussing these kind of deals with Blagojevich and his chief of staff, John Harris. The Service Employees International Union today told us they can't comment further, a request by the U.S. attorney's office -- Lou?
Dobbs: And that is an answer, unfortunately, we're going to hear from a lot of corners not being able to comment on an ongoing investigation, of course, which in most cases is nothing more than a blind, if you will, rather than reality itself.
Video Watch SEIU / Chertoff / ICE   Transcript

Greg Evensen -- NewsWithViews.com   sc
Amerika emerges from the ashes of the former republic   
To understand how my country of birth could now be leading the list of nations (like England, Canada, Australia, old Rhodesia, South Africa, and New Zealand) whose legacy of personal freedom and individual firearm ownership is becoming but a distant historical footnote, is to understand how light is forever swallowed into a galaxial "black hole."

Associated Press   
Alleged ringleader of illegal alien smuggling ring in custody   
The alleged ringleader of a major [illegal alien] smuggling ring known for aggressive tactics is in federal custody, authorities said Thursday. -- Victor Miguel Aguirre-Saenz, 31, was arrested Wednesday by Border Patrol agents, according to a statement issued by the agency. Details of the arrest were not released...

Stateline.org  
In-state tuition law faces challenge   
California lawmakers took a risk seven years ago when they gave college students who are in the country illegally an in-state tuition break. Soon, lawmakers will find out whether their statute -- similar to laws in nine other states -- holds up in court...

Dale Hampton -- OpEdNews.com   
Consequences of not producing birth certificate   
There are two groups of voters that are clamoring to see President- Elect Obama's birth certificate. There are those bitter Clinton supporters, and then those wanting to make sure our constitution remains the basis of our democracy...

Sacramento Bee   
Budget talks with Schwarzenegger dead, GOP leader says   
Senate Republican Leader Dave Cogdill declared legislative negotiations with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger essentially dead after an apparently hostile meeting Thursday in the governor's office. Cogdill, of Modesto, said Schwarzenegger's criticism of GOP members and leaks from "Big 5" meetings... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

Antelope Valley Press -- Palmdale, Calif.   
Census: Majority of Palmdale residents Hispanic   
The majority of Palmdale residents are Hispanic, and the same could soon be true for Lancaster, according to new numbers released this week by the U.S. Census Bureau. -- As of 2007, Hispanic residents made up 52% of Palmdale's population and 35.2% of Lancaster's, as the Hispanic population in the two cities has grown...

Miami Herald  sc  
Tougher patrol of Mexican border cuts crossing attempts (allegedly)   
...Unprecedented spending on infrastructure, technology, and thousands more boots on the ground may finally be working. Here in the busy Tucson sector -- which encompasses a third of the U.S.-Mexico border -- 317,000 migrants were apprehended in fiscal year 2008. That's down from 378,000 the year before and 35 percent fewer than just four years ago...

Iowa Independent -- Des Moines   
Feds go after Rubashkin trademarks, property   
Federal authorities have upped the ante for Agriprocessors and four former members of plant management. Not only will the parties face the penalties originally outlined in a Nov. 21 indictment, but they may have to forfeit a host of items that have been defined as proceeds of criminal activity...

Joan Swirsky -- Family Security Matters   
What if Blago blabs?   
Beside figuring out how he'll weasel out of his recent arrest – and probable conviction – for trying to sell President-elect Barack Obama's senate seat to the highest bidder, I wonder if the disgraced governor of Illinois, Rod Blagojevich, is contemplating the fates of Lee Harvey Oswald...

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas      
Hussein Obama chimes in on border wall   
El Paso, TX - The case against the border wall is headed back to the U.S. Supreme Court. El Paso County filed an appeal to try and stop construction of the border wall. El Paso officials argue the Constitution doesn't give the power to build a border wall to the federal government...

The Denver Channel   
Illegal alien involved in Baskin Robbins deaths in court   
Centennial, Colo. -- A man accused of causing a crash that killed three people, including a child in an ice cream shop, is returning to court for a hearing. -- Francis M. Hernandez was scheduled to appear in Arapahoe District Court Thursday on 19 charges...

Bob Unruh -- WorldNetDaily.com  
U.S. now only 2 states away from rewriting Constitution   
A public policy organization has issued an urgent alert stating affirmative votes are needed from only two more states before a Constitutional Convention could be assembled in which "today's corrupt politicians and judges" could formally change the U.S. Constitution's "'problematic' provisions to reflect the philosophical and social mores of our contemporary society."

Walter Moore, Candidate For Mayor of Los Angeles   
Dump the Mexican Reconquista L. A. mayor
Los Angeles can and should be the envy of the world. Instead, our city is a mess, and it gets worse each month. We can't afford four more years of a mayor who spends all his time running for the next office, staging photo-ops and going on out- of- town trips. We need a competent, full-time working mayor... AP Internal Use Only

Portland (Maine) Press-Herald   
Planned influx of refugees debated    
...Social-service providers say 200 or so Iraqis now living elsewhere in the United States might move to the Portland area in coming months. Already, since Oct. 20, the city's Department of Human Services has worked with eight families totaling 52 people...

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson   
No new trial for Border Patrol agent who shot illegal alien   
The Cochise County Attorney's office won't try U.S. Border Patrol agent Nicholas Corbett for a third time in the shooting death of an illegal [alien]. -- Chief Criminal Deputy County Attorney Doyle Johnstun says his office will be moving to dismiss charges against agent Nicholas Corbett without prejudice...

John Kass -- Chicago Tribune  
Man behind curtain is wizard of Rod, Rahm   
When it comes to being the guy behind the guy, there is no one more conspicuous than Rahm Emanuel. -- As chief of staff for President-elect Barack Obama, he's usually at Obama's news conferences, standing off to the side, glowering like some fiercely loyal mini-me... [More Blaggy shenanigans involving Jesse Jackson Jr.]

American Border Patrol       
Border Road extended     
Photo taken from ABP bordercam this morning shows new road along the border just west of the San Pedro River in Southeastern Arizona. According to ABP this road is an extension of the border road and was graded since last Friday...

El Paso Times    
Local Reconquistas march for amnesty... again   
As groups around the world celebrated International Human Rights Day on Wednesday, one El Paso organization used the day to push local lawmakers to come up with comprehensive immigration reform. -- Chanting "Muro no, reforma sí" (Wall no, reform yes) and "Si se puede" (Yes we can), the protesters walked to the front of the Federal Building...

Business & Media Institute   
Senator warns of riots if automakers are bailed out   
Time and again we've heard about the lost jobs and economic impact of failing to bail out the beleaguered American auto manufacturers. But little mention has been made of the consequences of going through with the bailout, and how such an action would be viewed by other Americans...

Houston Chronicle   
Study: Illegals' care costs Texas $677 million   
The state of Texas and local hospital districts spent an estimated $677 million to provide health care to illegal immigrants in a year, a new study says. -- The survey, issued by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, said that most of the money -- $597 million -- was spent by local hospital districts...

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix   
Pressure is squarely on Democrats to perform   
...Two Arizonans could be crucial to a revised immigration policy and other issues critical to Arizona: McCain, who is returning to the Senate after nearly two solid years on the presidential campaign trail, and Gov. Janet Napolitano, who is joining Obama's administration as Homeland Security secretary. McCain last week said he still supports immigration reform and intends to discuss it with Obama.

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Today's NAFBPO update from south of the border   
In Chilpancingo (on the highway inland from Acapulco, Gro.): "another human head, this time that of a soldier" was found on a busy avenue. A tag board alongside accused the military of involvement in kidnappings. The rest of the body was found by the bridge of a nearby town...

Dunkirk (New York) Evening Observer 
Local man among 11 arraigned in illegal alien smuggling   
United States Attorney Terrance P. Flynn announced the arraignments on the indictments of 11 defendants, from New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio. -- A local man, Jesus Francisco Escalante of Dunkirk, was one of those arraigned Wednesday in the Western District of New York along with Sergio Antonio Resendiz Martinez of Salamanca...

CNN  
Colin Powell unleashed   
...In an interview with CNN's Fareed Zakaria [a manipulative CFR hack] for Sunday's "GPS" program, President Bush's former secretary of state [RINO Colin Powell] said his party's attempt "to use polarization for political advantage" backfired last month. -- Powell, who says he still considers himself a Republican, said his party should also stop listening to conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh.

Washington Post   
In Mexico, assassins of increasing skill   
[American Patrol comment: The Post is glorifying these monsters.] | Cd. Juarez, Chih., Mex. -- The hit was fast, bold, lethal. Jesús Huerta Yedra, a top federal prosecutor here, was gunned down last week in a busy intersection 100 yards from the U.S. border in a murder of precise choreography...

XETV -- San Diego / Tijuana   
Unlicensed drivers targeted in crackdown, illegal aliens grouse   
Police nabbed dozens of driver who did not have valid drivers licenses at an Oceanside checkpoint Wednesday. -- It was an effort to combat unlicensed drivers and minimize hit and run accidents. -- In Oceanside, there are two to three hit-and-run accidents every day...

American Border Patrol       
Photo of the day   
Workers prepare to place final segment, a lockable gate, into 7-mile-long fence on Mexican border in southeastern Arizona. Fence runs from the San Pedro River to the Coronado National Monument....

Federation for American Immigration Reform   
Study: Illegal immigration costs Colorado nearly $1.1 billion annually   
A report prepared by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) finds that illegal immigration costs Colorado about $1.1 billion a year, or about $612 for every native-born household in the state. The report, The Costs of Illegal Immigration to Coloradans, looks at just three essential state provided services...

George Skelton -- Los Angeles Times   
Legislators act like zombies as state's fiscal crisis deepens daily   
Reporting from Sacramento -- California's Capitol has been shrouded in fog -- literally and figuratively. The literal fog is seasonal and can smother the Central Valley for days on end this time of year. The figurative fog is year-round... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

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