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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

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Obama Threatens Nation
Appointees Picked for Open Borders Stance

American Patrol Report -- December 16
Obama intends to surrender Southwest to Mexico.

    Today the Washington Times reports: "One of President-elect Barack Obama's top immigration advisers [T. Alexander Aleinikoff] oversaw a Clinton-era program that awarded citizenship to thousands of convicted criminals..."
    That's not the half of it. Citizenship USA, the program in question, was rooted in the Industrial Areas Foundation, a Saul Alinsky group.
    Appearing on his radio show in 2000, David P. Schippers Former Chief Counsel, House Judiciary Committee, told Glenn Spencer, that, had he more time, the corruption of Citizenship USA would have been an added article of impeachment of Bill Clinton.
    Add to that Obama's close ties to the subversive SEIU (see last night's Dobbs report) and we have a picture of the Obama administration as one prepared to make a frontal assault on the sovereignty of the United States. "Barack Obama represents the greatest threat to the United States of America since the Civil War," said Glenn Spencer of APR. "Brainwashed Americans have just voted to commit national suicide," he added.
Red DotOfficial: Emanuel fast-tracked immigrants to get votes

Tuesday, December 16, 2008 -- 6:15 PM
~~~ Next updates after 7-7:30 AM Pacific on Wednesday. Good evening ~~~

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson                 sc   
2 Nogales tunnels found; group of 17 Bolivians halted    
Two tunnels were discovered in Nogales over the weekend by Nogales police officers, making a four-day total of three tunnels found in the border city. -- Elsewhere, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers stopped 17 people from entering the United States using fraudulent Canadian citizenship cards at the Douglas port of entry...

KVIA-TV -- El Paso / Las Cruces  
County to wade into state immigration matters   
El Paso -- When the 81st Texas Legislature convenes next month, El Paso County will be taking a stand against any bills that could be deemed "anti-immigrant." -- "Our lobbyists already are being put on notice by a result of you passing this resolution that anti-immigration legislation is something you all are interested in..."

Los Angeles Times  
Obama picks Reconquista Salazar as Interior secretary   
President-elect Barack Obama plans to name Sen. Ken Salazar (D-Colo.) to lead the Interior Department -- an appointment that could put the brakes on several controversial energy development projects across the West. -- Two senior Democrats said Monday that Obama would name Salazar, a Latino, to the post...

KVOA-TV -- Tucson  
Assaults on border agents increase   
The U.S. Border Patrol says agents in the Tucson Sector are seeing an increase in assaults along the border. -- Last fiscal year agents were assaulted 261 times; the year before that there were 216 assaults reported. Agent Mike Scioli says the 22 percent increase is a sure sign the smugglers are frustrated by increased manpower, infrastructure and technology.

Lynn Stuter  
The ramification of the SCOTUS inaction   
On December 5, 2008, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), in conference, decided to address Donofrio vs Wells by not addressing it; by simply denying the writ of certiorari. -- On December 12, 2008, the Supreme Court of the United States, in conference, decided to address Wrotnowski vs Bysiewicz, et al, by not addressing it...

Russia Today -- Moscow       sc    
Mexican border drugs deaths at record high   
Drug-related violence along Mexico's border is spiraling out of the control of civil authorities. Well-armed gangs are fighting over access to routes into the States. The former tourist town of Tijuana, Baja California, has seen more than 300 killings in the past three months...

Chris Cillizza -- Washington Post   
Salazar departure creates GOP opportunity   
...While Republicans expressed optimism about their chances of competing for Salazar's seat in two years time, there are two obvious hurdles for the GOP: a thin bench and the possibility that retiring Rep. Tom Tancredo will run for the seat.

Roy Beck -- NumbersUSA.com  
Lugar thinks his nightmare amnesty can pass next year   
A Fort Wayne, Ind., paper says Sen. Lugar thinks Americans will be so distracted by the bad economy that he will be able to slip the DREAM Act amnesty through the Senate this next year. It is always sad when a truly distinguished statesman, with a record of level-headed leadership, embarrasses himself with outlandish open-borders positions, but it happens all the time...

Associated Press   
ACORN members arrested at Maricopa County Supervisors Meeting   
Phoenix -- Hoping to pressure the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors into meeting with them, four demonstrators were arrested outside a county complex meeting room in downtown Phoenix. -- The four were arrested by sheriff’s deputies after they refused to leave the area Monday morning...

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher -- Human Events  
Mr. President, free the border agents    
For over two and a half years, the unjust prosecution and imprisonment of U.S. Border Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean has weighed heavy on the hearts and minds of millions of Americans. -- As more details about the case emerge, the louder the pleas for justice have become...

Washington Post  
Maryland to seek bill tying legal status to driver's licenses   
Maryland's transportation secretary said yesterday that the state will move ahead with legislation to require immigrants to prove they are legal residents before they can drive. -- If approved by the General Assembly during the legislative session that begins next month, the change would reverse a long-standing policy...

Gerald F. Seib -- Wall Street Journal   
Democrats risk losing Hispanics   
...[T]hose who push immigration reform still expect action. Mr. Obama "himself promised he was going to push on immigration reform in the first year," says Frank Sharry, executive director of America's Voice, a nonpartisan advocacy group backing immigration reform [aka amnesty].

WorldNetDaily .com  
Economic crisis stalls NAFTA superhighway   
Amid an economic storm, there is good news for opponents of North American integration under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, or SPP, Jerome Corsi's Red Alert reports. -- As the U.S. and global economy slows, the volume of freight being moved internationally over "intermodal" ship-train-truck connections is also slowing...

El Paso Times  
Attacks kill 4 police in Juárez    
Cd. Juarez, Chih., Mex. -- Gunmen staged four attacks on police within a half-hour period, killing four officers in a Mexican border city overrun by drug violence, an official said Monday. -- Authorities are investigating whether the attacks Sunday night were coordinated, municipal police spokesman Jaime Torres said...

Mexico opens help line for illegals to Arizona   
Phoenix -- The Mexican government has opened a special call center in Arizona to provide a sympathetic ear for citizens caught up in crackdown on illegal immigration in the desert state. -- Officials at the Mexican consulate in Tucson said they opened the center last week. It is available 24-hours-a-day to field complaints from Mexican nationals about their treatment in the border state...

Bush thinking of border agent pardons?   
As president, George W. Bush has pardoned or commuted sentences for 32 drug dealers, 12 thieves, seven embezzlers, an arsonist, an armed bank robber and eight Thanksgiving turkeys, among others – but U.S. Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean remain in prison this Christmas, praying for their release.

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

Customs and Border Protection   
$1.3 million in marijuana stopped by vehicle fencing in Arizona   
Border Patrol agents from the Yuma Sector seized 1,658 pounds of marijuana after a harrowing chase Friday evening. -- At 6:10 p.m., a Yuma Sector Communications Center camera operator observed several individuals cutting the lock on the vehicle barrier gate at County 11 ½ Street...

Victor Thorn -- American Free Press   
Change? Obama inner circle filled with Bilderbergers   
For two years, Americans have heard an unrelenting mantra of change emanating from the campaign trail. But now that President-elect Barack Obama has begun forming his cabinet, we’re seeing a cadre of more deeply entrenched insiders than any administration that has preceded it...

Patrick Edaburn -- The Moderate Voice   
Time for the California budget reality check   
...For both sides you need to work through this problem without all of the rhetoric. The left needs to accept that some of these people will need to be sent home and it’s not racism. Legal immigrants of all races are welcome to stay, but at least some illegal [aliens]  of all races need to go home... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

Séamus McGowan -- Hattiesburg )Mississippi) American   
Immigrants? Or illegal aliens?   
...The United States has officially been in a recession for the past 11 months. On Dec. 5, the U.S. Labor Department issued a report saying the unemployment rate has risen to 6.7 percent and 19.5 million Americans were unemployed or underemployed. In November alone, 533,000 positions were lost, the worst job losses in 34 years, and two million more jobs will vanish in 2009.

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Today's NAFBPO update from south of the border   
...The annual return to Mexico from the US by migrants is expected to be much smaller this year. Unlike past years, Mexicans are expected to remain in the US because of two major factors: the economy and the expectation of amnesty under the new administration.

Fort Wayne (Indiana) Journal Gazette
Mexico influencing United States       
According to the 2000 Census, the U.S. population had increased by about 13 percent since 1990, but people who identified themselves as Mexican had grown by 53 percent. Although many Mexican-Americans are patriotic...

Associated Press   
Mexican drug smugglers pose top crime threat   
Mexican drug traffickers who pair up with gangs and use a sophisticated network to smuggle drugs across the border have become the biggest organized crime threat to the United States, the Justice Department reported Monday. -- Most of the cocaine available in the U.S. is brought across the southwest border by Mexican groups...

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