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Saturday, January 7, 2012

No Tax Money for Subversives
Arizona refuses to pay for Mexican propaganda
Los Angeles Times -- January 6   
Arizona withholds school funding over ethnic studies class
The state's superintendent finds Tucson's Mexican American studies program again in violation of state law. The program might have to be cut, a school district board member says.
Mexicans show their respect in Arizona
    Tucson's Mexican American studies program remains in violation of state law, Arizona's public schools chief ruled Friday, ordering that millions in state funding be withheld from the school district until the program is dismantled or brought into compliance.
    John Huppenthal, the state superintendent of public instruction, said the Tucson Unified School District program was in violation of a new state law prohibiting ethnic studies classes that are deemed to be divisive.
    Among other things, the law bans classes primarily designed for a particular ethnic group or which "promote resentment toward a race or class of people."
    Defenders of the program say it does no such thing. They say the classes push Latino students to excel and teach a long-neglected slice of America's cultural heritage: Chicano perspectives on literature, history and social justice.
Red DotAmerican Patrol Report Comment
    The L.A. Times put a reporter on this story. The Arizona Republic used the AP. Why? Because they didn't think the story was important --- nor do they think U.S. sovereignty is important.

Associated Press          sc    
Usual suspects whine over Romney's DREAM Act stance  
Albuquerque, NM -- [Illegal alien] student activists in New Mexico and the state's chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens are faulting GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney for vowing to veto the DREAM Act. -- Students and the members of the Latino civil rights group have scheduled... a press conference Friday to denounce the former Massachusetts governor's promise...

Washington Times Editorial   
Justice Department's political action  
The Justice Department has been empowered to use millions of dollars intended to go to victims of racial discrimination to enrich pressure groups with close White House ties. It's another revelation of the means the Obama administration is using to divert funds to political cronies. -- Information obtained by the public interest group Judicial Watch has exposed the details of this latest shady deal...

Robert Knight -- Washington Times   
Obama's inoperable Constitution  
Back in 1973, when the Nixon administration was under fire for Watergate, Press Secretary Ron Ziegler uttered an unforgettable response when caught in a lie during a news conference: "This is the operative statement. The other statements are now inoperable." -- Well, the Obama administration just topped that by essentially declaring the U.S. Constitution “inoperable.” President Obama did not use that term...

Edwin S. Rubenstein -- VDare.com    
Three-fifths of new jobs went to immigrants in December  
This December jobs number -- a gain of 200,000 according to survey of business establishments -- was hailed as a sign that the economic recovery has finally built up a head of steam. The downtick in unemployment, to 8.5% from November's revised 8.7%, added to the euphoria gripping the MSM. -- Reality check, please. -- Current immigration policy brings in around 100,000 new workers each month.

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner   
L.A. cops to stop impounding illegal aliens' vehicles  
The Los Angeles police union is outraged and is charging the mayor with putting politics above public safety. -- In a move that's sure to disturb Americans seeking a solution to the illegal alien problem, California's "City of Angeles" is taking its sanctuary title more seriously than most by ordering police officers to stop enforcing a state public safety law because it creates an "unfair burden" for illegal [aliens]...

End of the American Dream    
No doctor for you!  
Most Americans do not realize this, but we are on the verge of a major doctor shortage in the United States. All over America, good doctors are going broke. The way that our health care system is currently set up, they simply cannot make it. These days a lot of politicians are warning us about the dangers of "socialized medicine", but the truth is that we already have it...

Los Angeles Times    
Obama's immigration move may have political benefit on 2 fronts  
President Obama moved to repair relations with a crucial voting bloc and opened another battle with Republican lawmakers by easing rules on the politically volatile issue of illegal immigration. -- His proposal will probably affect tens of thousands --- perhaps more than 100,000 --- [illegal aliens]. It would end a requirement that [illegal aliens] with parents or spouses in the United States leave the country...

Tom Tancredo -- WorldNetDaily.com    
Obama's harassment of Sheriff Joe  
As part of the Obama administration's lawsuit against Arizona's new law, SB 1070, President Obama's lawyers had an Immigration and Custom's Enforcement bureaucrat, Daniel Ragsdale, file a brief to the court against the state of Arizona. What Ragsdale said about immigration law enforcement gives the lie both to the Obama lawsuit and to the administration's current attacks on Sheriff Joe Arpaio...

The Hill -- Washington    
Obama gloats over power unconstitutional grab  
Two days after defying Republicans and appointing Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, President Obama visited the new agency to take a little time to gloat. -- Making a victory lap of sorts at the independent agency, Obama cracked a joke, telling employees that he came by to help their new director move in...

KOLD-TV -- Tucson   
Decapitated body discovered west of Tucson  
Pima County Sheriff's Department detectives are investigating the discovery of a decapitated body today west of Tucson. The victim's head was not located with the body. -- Workers cutting grass along the roadside in the 2300 block of North Reservation Road, near West Mile Wide Road, discovered the body at about 11 a.m. and notified authorities... [Big Sis claims there is no spillover violence]

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