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Monday, December 22, 2008

Sarah to the Rescue
She Proved She Can Do It

American Patrol Report -- December 22
Sarah Palin "a one-woman rescue team for the Republican ticket."

    Sarah Palin is just like Barack Obama. She has charisma and can draw huge crowds. People love her. There are three major differences however; Sarah Palin is honest, patriotic and qualified to be President. Barack Obama lied throughout the campaign and has proven that he is dedicated to the dissolution of the nation in favor of Latin America, especially Mexico. His popular cabinet choices are no more than a Trojan Horse designed to bring in the foot soldiers who will open the gates to an invading army. And, he is not qualified to be President of the United States, and he knows it.
    
Palin was nearly chosen as Time Magazine's Person of the Year.
    They called her "a one-woman rescue team for the Republican ticket." They are right.
    If the Supreme Court refuses to confront Obama the imposter, Americans must rise up to defeat him. A person must be chosen and given the power to speak out against Obama and his attack on the American culture and way of life. We need a "leader of the opposition" and we need that person now.
    That person should be Sarah Palin. If you agree, log on to this Web site.

Associated Press    sc   
Kansas lawmakers to revisit immigration issue   
Kansas legislators who want to crack down on illegal immigration are changing their strategy for getting something passed. -- Lawmakers spent a lot of time earlier this year debating an immigration mega-bill but failed to pass it. Next year, supporters have decided, smaller might be better after lawmakers reconvene...

Associated Press   
5 convicted of plotting to kill Fort Dix soldiers   
Camden, NJ -- Five Muslim immigrants were convicted Monday of plotting to massacre U.S. soldiers at Fort Dix in a case the government said demonstrated its post-Sept. 11 determination to stop terrorist attacks in the planning stages. -- The defendants were acquitted of attempted murder charges but face life in prison...

KGBT-TV -- Harlingen, Texas   
Tortured man charged with illegal immigration   
El Paso -- A Mexican man who said he was kidnapped, beaten and tortured in Mexico has been charged with illegally entering the United States. -- The U.S. Border Patrol says agents spotted Moises Reyes Carranza crossing a shallow spot in the Rio Grande west of downtown El Paso Wednesday night...

Nancy Salvato -- Family Security Matters   
Risking our nation's sovereignty   
Anyone who is successful at forging relationships has mastered the art of diplomacy. There are a few simple rules. There is a time and a place for everything. You cannot change another person, only yourself. You have to give to receive. Maintaining a balance of power is probably the most difficult...

KTRV-TV -- Boise, Idaho   
Illegal alien charged in shaken baby case   
Blackfoot -- A 21-year-old Blackfoot man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in 7th District Court after his four-month-old son died. -- Ricardo Lopez-Santillan, who authorities say is an [illegal alien], remains in Bingham County Jail. -- Lopez-Santillan was apparently living with the baby's mother at a home in Blackfoot...

MSNBC  
Sex slavery: Living the American nightmare   
When FBI and immigration agents arrested a 28-year-old Guatemalan woman three months ago in Los Angeles, they announced that they had shut down one of the most elaborate sex trafficking rings in the country. It was also the family business....

Palm Beach Daily News  
Testimony: Lax checks led club to hire illegal alien who raped woman   
Depositions in a rape lawsuit against the Everglades Club have shed light on some of the veiled practices of the exclusive club. -- The club has been sued by former employee Melissa Legare, who was attacked by an illegal [alien] club employee... [Also see Crime Watch

Yuma Sun  
Mexican drug cartels danger to both nations   
Mexican drug cartels are now the biggest organized crime threat in the United States, according to the U.S. Justice Department. That is because they are uniting with traditional organized crime groups in our country to control the illegal drug operations...

Andrew G. Marshall -- Center for Research on Globalization -- Montreal, QC   
From global crisis to "global government"   
The United States’ National Intelligence Council has released a report, entitled "Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World". This declassified document is the fourth report of the Global Trends 2025: The National Intelligence Council’s 2025 Project. -- The report outlines the paths that current geopolitical and economic trends may reach by the year 2025...

New America Media   
Leftists, Reconquistas battle 'harsh laws' across U. S.   
Jackson, Miss. -- Ever since the harshest immigration law in the country went into effect in this state July 1st, activists on the ground have mobilized a diverse coalition-- including civil rights, church and labor leaders-- to build opposition to it...

Stamford (Connecticut) Advocate  
Area Hispanic population grows   
In the past decade, the number of Hispanic residents has increased to nearly a quarter of the populations of Stamford and Norwalk. -- Newly released estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show that, from 2000 to 2007, the number of Hispanic residents grew from 17 percent to 22 percent in Stamford, and from 16 percent to 23 percent in Norwalk...

Los Angeles Times   
Drug crackdown has little effect on money laundering   
Mexico, DF -- For a B-team, Los Mapaches sure seemed to be living it up. The soccer club from the small town of Nueva Italia in western Mexico had the finest vehicles, new uniforms every game and unusually high salaries. -- Little wonder, then, when the team's owner was arrested and accused of laundering millions of dollars for one of Mexico's most powerful drug gangs...

Maryland Community Newspapers  
Wheaton restaurateur to serve three years in prison   
The Germantown man prosecutors say has been "at the helm" of a multi-million dollar money laundering scheme at a Wheaton chicken restaurant that involved harboring illegal [aliens] was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday in U.S. District Court...

Fort Worth Star-Telegram   
Hispanics organize in Farmers Branch   
A little more than two years after this city of 27,750 put itself in the national spotlight by trying to ban illegal immigrants from renting apartments, life for Hispanics has changed in Farmers Branch. -- Among working-class Hispanics, there are rumors that the city "doesn’t want us." They are jittery around police, and some know families that have moved out...

Palm Beach Daily News  sc    
Testimony: Lax checks led club to hire illegal alien who raped woman   
Depositions in a rape lawsuit against the Everglades Club have shed light on some of the veiled practices of the exclusive club. -- The club has been sued by former employee Melissa Legare, who was attacked by an illegal [alien] club employee... [Also see Crime Watch

Los Angeles Times   
Remains of 9 decapitated men found in Mexico   
Nine men were decapitated and dumped at separate sites in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero, authorities said Sunday. -- Mexican news outlets speculated that the victims, who had close-cropped hair, appeared to be soldiers. But state officials said they had not determined the men's identities...

WIS-TV -- Columbia, South Carolina   
Officials: Two illegals kidnapped and robbed Sumter woman   
Sumter, SC -- Police say two [illegal aliens] kidnapped and robbed a woman. Luckily, she was not hurt. -- As for the men charged, police say they will both be deported after they go to trial. -- At first, police say one of the men lied about his identity and they are still looking into the identity of the other one...

WorldNetDaily.com   
Obama's Labor pick has communist ties   
President-elect Barack Obama's choice to head the Labor Department has close ties to U.S. communist and socialist organizations and has sent representatives to functions organized by national parties for both ideologies. -- The pick of Rep. Hilda L. Solis, D-Calif., a Congressional Hispanic Caucus leader considered to be one of the most reliably pro-union voices in the House...

Associated Press   
Crackdown 'scares workers away,' whining ensues   
Seattle -- The note from U.S. Attorney Jeff Sullivan to the U.S. Border Patrol was short and to the point: Stop sending petty marijuana cases to his office. -- "It is our long-standing policy to use limited federal resources to pursue the sophisticated criminal organizations who smuggle millions of dollars of drugs, guns and other contraband across our borders," Sullivan wrote in November.

American Patrol Report  
Here it comes.... a liberal Hollywood garbage barrage   
Harrison Ford, aka Hans Solo and Indiana Jones, stars in Crossing Over, a movie about illegal immigration. -- Ford, a liberal, no doubt did his best for the Hollywood moguls who hired him to sell us on the idea that illegal immigration is good and that anyone who wants to follow the rule of law is a racist...

Bar of Integrity   
Open Letter to SCOTUS Chief Justice John Roberts   
This is an open cover letter and it is being posted on the Internet, you-tube and will be read on a number of radio stations, particularly radio stations around military bases, forwarded to Congress, Senate, Governors of the States and mass media. This legal action, as 20 other actions filed in the past few months is seeking Judicial intervention due to the fact that Mr. Barack Obama...

Workday Minnesota -- St. Paul   
Union leaders welcome nomination of Mexican Reconquista for labor secretary   
Union leaders welcomed the choice of pro-worker Rep. Hilda Solis, D-Calif., as Labor Secretary in the incoming Democratic Obama administration. If confirmed by the Senate, Solis would replace Bush Labor Secretary Elaine Chao. -- Solis, a veteran legislator from Los Angeles and a resident of El Monte, would also be the third Hispanic in Obama's Cabinet..

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