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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

CNN Visits ABP!
Story to air prior to Supreme Court hearing
Feature Photo
American Border Patrol -- April 10, 2012  
    CNN reporter Kate Bolduan, her producer and photographer just prior to a flight along the border with Glenn Spencer of American Border Patrol. Bolduan spent yesterday touring ABP's ranch and checking out the Sonic Barrier border technology system. "I am delighted that a major news outlet has decided to come to the border and find out what American Border Patrol has been doing for the past ten years," Spencer said. Spencer said he felt that Bolduan would be fair in reporting what she learned.
    Bolduan told Spencer that the program would air in the week prior to the Supreme Court hearing on Arizona's illegal immigration enforcement law (SB 1070) and would likely be seen first on Wolf Blitzer's report. APR will post the exact air times when they are known.

Illegal immigration returns to Arizona airwaves   
The Arizona immigration furor is back. -- Not that it ever really went away, but Republican Senate candidate Wil Cardon --- a conservative self-funder running in the GOP primary --- is pumping several hundred thousand dollars into ads apparently hyping up a hard-line position on the issue. His buy totals $263,000 between April 10 and 16, according to a source monitoring the air war...

Johnson slams New Mexico's Martinez on illegals 
Las Vegas -- Former New Mexico governor and Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson is slamming successor Susana Martinez for being too tough on illegal [aliens]. -- Johnson said this week while campaigning in Las Vegas that Martinez's efforts to make it difficult for immigrants to live illegally in the United States isn't wise policy. -- Johnson says it would be better to advocate for immigration reform [aka amnesty]...

The Algemeiner Journal -- Brooklyn, NY
Corporations plan for post-middle-class America   
American corporations have pretty much written off the middle class. Their actions declare that the middle class is moribund. And they should know since they have been in the front lines shooting down and decimating the middle class. Indeed, American business has dismantled much of its manufacturing and has eliminated untold numbers of other middle class jobs, sending them overseas...

India challenges U.S. immigration rules at WTO   
India has launched a complaint at the World Trade Organisation over the cost of U.S. work visas, which it says are too high and discriminate against a group of Indian IT firms, in the latest sign of prickly trade ties between the two allies. -- The complaint is at the level of WTO "consultations" between the two parties - the last step to resolve a disagreement before entering a full-fledged legal dispute...

Study: Obama healthcare could worsen U.S. debt   
Instead of curbing government spending, President Barack Obama's healthcare law could add up to $530 billion to the federal debt over ten years, a Republican expert on U.S. government benefit programs said on Tuesday. -- A study by Charles Blahous, a George Mason University research fellow and the Republican trustee for the Medicare and Social Security entitlement programs for the elderly...

Gary North -- LewRockwell.com    
Tax Burden: 40 million government workers   
How many people work for governments in the United States. Let's look at the numbers. -- The usual estimate of the number of employees of the U.S. government is 2.8 million. The estimate is fake. This does not count military personnel. But most important, it does not count contract workers paid by the federal government. -- The Office of Personnel Management does not keep track of these workers...

Associated Press   
Arizona gunmen open fire on pickup truck carrying illegals 
Authorities in southern Arizona say two men in a pickup truck carrying illegal [aliens] were fatally shot near Eloy. -- Pima County Sheriff's officials say it appears the truck was ambushed by an unknown number of people dressed in camouflage and armed with rifles late Sunday night. --Border Patrol agents and police officers from Eloy and Coolidge responded to a report of shots fired about 10:30 p.m....

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas    
Border Patrol agent and girlfriend accused in gun trafficking operation 
El Paso -- A West Texas Border Patrol agent and his girlfriend are accused in a gun trafficking operation. -- Ricardo Montalvo and Carla Gonzalez-Ortiz were arrested Monday in El Paso, following a 20-count federal indictment. Both are now charged with conspiracy to buy firearms and ammunition. -- Prosecutors say they bought at least nine firearms and more than 100 high-capacity magazines...

American Border Patrol  
Photo of the day   
CNN reporter Kate Bolduan, her producer and photographer just prior to a flight along the border with Glenn Spencer of American Border Patrol. Bolduan spent yesterday touring ABP's ranch and checking out the Sonic Barrier border technology system. "I am delighted that a major news outlet has decided to come to the border and find out what American Border Patrol has been doing..."

Cynthia E. Ayers -- Family Security Matters   
How the enemy uses political correctness to divide and conquer America 
Ask an active duty intelligence officer to explain the reason for the existence of the intelligence community, and they might tell you (if they're willing to say anything at all) that the main purpose of the intelligence community is to inform, if not warn, policy and decision-makers about threats to national security. The duty to warn the public (as opposed to just warning officials) is more nuanced...

Cliff Kinkaid -- Family Security Matters     sc  
Obama gives coal miners the shaft   
The notion that Barack Obama is trying to fire up his "base," as he prepares for a re-election campaign, raises the question of what constitutes his base. It is becoming increasingly clear that the "workers" he is supposedly concerned about are going to be dismissed or ignored so that wealthy environmental groups can be accommodated...

Christian Science Monitor   
Home again in Mexico: Illegal immigration hits net zero   
At this time of year in this tiny rural outpost that sits on a mountainside in Guanajuato State, most able-bodied men are gone. They're off plucking and cutting chicken in processing plants in Georgia or pruning the backyards of Seattle. -- But this year, Pedro Laguna and his wife, Silvia Arellano, are clearing rocks from their yard to prepare a field for corn...

Cliff Kinkaid -- Family Security Matters   
Obama's "reptile dysfunction" energy policy   
As part of a recent swing through several states, President Obama "flew to southeastern New Mexico to examine federal lands where 70 rigs are pumping oil," The New York Times noted, as if this was proof of the President's commitment to energy independence and security. A photograph during the brief stopover showed Obama giving a ten-minute speech against the backdrop of drilling rigs...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner   
Colorado lawmakers pass bill granting discounted tuition for illegals
On Monday, the Colorado State Senate passed SB 15, known as the ASSET (Advancing Students for a Stronger Economy Tomorrow) bill, which would provide illegal aliens who have attended a Colorado high school for at least three years and either graduated or obtained a GED with a reduced tuition rate. -- The bill was passed along party lines (20-14), with only Republicans voting in opposition to the measure...

Walter E. Williams -- LewRockwell.com    
Media dishonesty and race hustlers   
When NBC's "Today" show played the audio of George Zimmerman's call to a Sanford, Fla., police dispatcher about Trayvon Martin, the editors made him appear to be a racist who says: "This guy looks like he's up to no good. He looks black." What Zimmerman actually said was: "This guy looks like he's up to no good or he's on drugs or something. It's raining, and he's just walking around, looking about."

Alan Caruba -- Family Security Matters   
How (and why) Obama has impeded recovery   
During and after his 2008 campaign, Barack Obama was hailed as the second coming of Franklin D. Roosevelt. History records that Roosevelt presided over the Great Depression, begun in the previous administration of Herbert Hoover who got most of the blame. Roosevelt's policies extended it well beyond the normal recovery from a recession...

Tucson Sentinel    
2 killed when camo-clad group attacks illegal aliens   
Two men were fatally shot Sunday night when suspected human smugglers traveling near Eloy were ambushed by a group wearing camouflage and armed with rifles, the Pima County Sheriff's Department said. -- At about 10:35 p.m., Border Patrol agents from the Casa Grande Station and officers from the Eloy and Coolidge police departments were called to the Eagle Ranch, west of Marana, after shots were fired...

King World News-Blog    
Unemployment rate at a staggering 22.2%   
John Williams, of Shadowstats, notes that manipulated government statistics are not changing the fact that the true SGS Unemployment Measure now sits at a staggering 22.2%. Williams also demonstrates that despite the hype from Wall Street about a recovery, parts of the economy remain collapsed. Here is what Williams had to say about the situation...

Joe Wolverton, II -- The New American    
Holder responds to judge's demand for letter   
Last week, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said that he will respond "appropriately" to the demand made by a federal appellate judge that the Justice Department provide him with a written statement reaffirming the department's respect for the authority of the federal courts to declare acts of Congress unconstitutional. -- The request was made Tuesday by U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Jerry Smith.

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