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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Border Activity on the Increase
Aliens chased near ABP border ranch
American Patrol Report -- May 3 
U.S. Border Patrol agents - with weapons at the ready - search for sign of aliens less than a mile north of Glenn Spencer's ranch. "Whatever they were looking for had to have passed through or near my property," Spencer said. See larger photo.
    According to Glenn Spencer, head of the non-profit American Border Patrol, there has been a marked increase in border enforcement activity near his ranch. Yesterday afternoon he got call from a person who observed 20 people sitting on the ground on Hwy. 92 - 3 miles northwest of his property - surrounded by Border Patrol agents.
    In recent days Spencer has seen a number of agents searching for aliens all around his ranch. Yesterday his German Shepherds began barking wildly at something in a deep wash just south of his home. "I know these dogs and they really acted as if someone was out there - but when I went to investigate whatever was there had quickly moved on," he said.
    This morning Spencer spotted fresh boot prints on the driveway leading to his guest house. These are the type of boots used by the U.S. Border Patrol," he said. "They were tracking someone," he added.
    Spencer also got a report that this past weekend, what appeared to be Mexican gangsters had harassed citizens in the Huachuca Mountains west of his ranch. "For whatever reason, aliens are beginning to flood across an area that had been pretty quiet – and they seem to be aggressive," Spencer said.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Los Angeles Times     sc  
L.A. program offers healthcare for illegal restaurant workers
A restaurant workers' group and a Los Angeles community clinic have launched a unique cooperative to provide health coverage to a group of people excluded from federal healthcare reform --- illegal [aliens]. -- The pilot program, believed to be the first of its kind in the nation, offers preventive and primary care to low-wage, uninsured workers in the restaurant industry'...

Paul Joseph Watson -- Infowars  
Leaked document outlines plan for re-education camps in America  
A leaked U.S. Army document prepared for the Department of Defense contains shocking plans for "political activists" to be pacified by "PSYOP officers" into developing an "appreciation of U.S. policies" while detained in prison camps inside the United States. -- The document, entitled FM 3-39.40 Internment and Resettlement Operations was originally released on a restricted basis to the DoD in February 2010...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers   Disturbing photos      
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Mexico, DF -- The Canadian RCMP fear that the murder of Thomas Grigsby, a Canadian drug trafficker from Vancouver, BC in Mexico may trigger a gang war between several gangs. Two other Canadian traffickers were found dead in Puerto Vallarta last year. In January, a Montreal policeman was beaten in Playa el Carmen for trying to take a photo of a Hells Angel from Quebec, Canada...

Brian Koenig -- The New American    
CBP Director: U.S.-Mexican border areas among the safest in U.S.  
Areas on the U.S. side of the southwest U.S.-Mexican border are "some of the safest communities in America," says Gene Garza, the director of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) --- an extension of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) --- in Laredo, Texas. The Laredo Field Office maintains the largest amount of commercial traffic throughout the entire U.S.-Mexican border, processing more than...

Allison Linn -- MSNBC    
A teen with a job becomes a rarity in U.S. economy  
Nick Gentry will be able to celebrate two major accomplishments this month: He's graduating from high school and, after a very long job search, he has landed his first job. -- That Gentry, 18, will be collecting a paycheck makes him a rarity in today's working world. -- Only about 25 percent of 16- to 19-year-olds currently are working, a drop of 10 percentage points from just five years ago...

Sher Zieve -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto    
Dictator Obama issues new threat to Supreme Court over ObamaCare  
In his latest display of his full USA federal government dictatorship over both the American people and the former co-branches of government, Dictator Obama is warning the Supreme Court to either rule in his favor or face severe consequences. -- Fox News' Martha McCallum advised Thursday that the Obama Administration has been quietly sending missives to the Supreme Court...

U.S. Rep. Ron Paul    
Our central bankers are intellectually bankrupt  
The financial crisis has fully exposed the intellectual bankruptcy of the world's central bankers. -- Why? Central bankers neglect the fact that interest rates are prices. Manipulating those prices through credit expansion or contraction has real and deleterious effects on the economy. Yet while socialism and centralized economic planning have largely been rejected by free-market economists, the myth persists that...

The Blaze   
Radical Obama Crony Ayers: America's "game is over" 
Bill Ayers spoke at the University of Oregon last week on the subject of teaching and organizing for "social justice." His speech was not free of the radical sentiments he is well-known for espousing (especially in the company of America's youth). Case in point: he spoke of the end of America, a new world, and what our role ought to be in all of it...

Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser     sc 
Six tantrum-tossers arrested outside Alabama Senate  
Six people protesting the state's controversial immigration law were led away and detained Thursday morning after a sit-down protest near the Alabama Senate chamber. -- The protesters prayed and sang "Amazing Grace" and "This Light of Mine," and called for the repeal of the controversial law before being led to a separate room in the Alabama State House...

Gun Owners of America    
Contempt order pushed against Eric Holder  
Rep. Darrell Issa has now finished making his case for holding Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress. -- Holder, who once stated he wants to see kids brainwashed into supporting gun control, has presided over a Justice Department that helped smuggle thousands of illegal guns into Mexico, all for the purpose of justifying greater restrictions upon firearms in the U.S....

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts -- Centre for Research on Globalization -- Toronto 
Trials without crimes or evidence  
Andy Worthington is a superb reporter who has specialized in providing the facts of the US government's illegal abuse of "detainees," against whom no evidence exists. In an effort to create evidence, the US government has illegally resorted to torture. Torture produces false confessions, plea bargains, and false testimony against others in order to escape further torture...

We the People - California's Crusader
Protest Cinco de Mayo Event
May 5 -- Victor Valley College -- Victorville. Calif. -- Full Details

Victor Davis Hanson -- Chicago Tribune   
Cabinets gone wild  
We've had some unusual Cabinet secretaries in past administrations -- Earl Butz, John Mitchell and James Watt come to mind -- but never anything quite like the present bunch. -- Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has overseen some $5 trillion in new debt. To help pay for it, he wants the rich --- the top 1 percent already contributes more in income taxes than does the bottom 90 percent --- to pay more...

ABC OTUS News   
Romney mocks Obama's 'Forward'; 'What, over the cliff?' 
Mitt Romney this evening, speaking to a group of high-dollar donors at the Ritz-Carlton hotel, poked fun at President Obama's newly unveiled campaign slogan, "Forward," remarking, "Forward, what, over the cliff?" -- At first, Romney seemed to muddle the president's campaign slogan, according to an Associated Press report from the event.

King World News    
Billionaire Hugo Salinas Price: Elites plan to control the world  
Today multi-billionaire Hugo Salinas Price told King World News in stunning detail what he believes to be the frightening plan to "control the world" going forward. He described this as a "very disturbing fact that is facing humanity." Here is how he described the situation: "Eric, the problems we are seeing in the West are not going to be resolved in any positive way. What we have had in the West, in recent decades...

Mike Scott -- San Gabriel Valley Tribune   
Without merit  
Your columnist Ruben Navarrette's concluding remarks about a return of illegal [aliens] to perform "chores" are without merit. -- According to the Department of Labor, nearly 13 million American workers are looking for jobs. Our jobless rate is 8.2 percent nationally, and 10.9 percent here in California. Another 9 million Americans are working part time because they can't find full-time work...

San Francisco Chronicle  
Three federal immigration agents shot in   
Three federal immigration agents were shot and wounded in Petaluma early Thursday while serving a "high-risk" warrant, federal officials said. -- The three SWAT officers were shot near a home at McNeil Avenue and South McDowell Boulevard around 4 a.m. All three were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, said Virginia Kice, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman...

Paul Joseph Watson -- Infowars    
Rand Paul launches campaign to end the TSA  
Senator Rand Paul has issued a press release in which he vows to lead the charge to "end the TSA" and put a stop to the needless and humiliating groping of toddlers and grandmothers. -- Earlier this year, Paul was detained by the TSA after refusing to submit to an invasive pat down after already having passed through a body scanner. The incident prompted national headlines and caused the Senator to miss his flight...

The Hill    
Mexicans team up with SEIU to fight Alabama law  
A U.S. union and a group of Mexican labor lawyers are teaming up to challenge what they are calling a "discriminatory" immigration law in Alabama. -- The Service Employees International Union and a Mexican lawyers group on Monday filed a complaint with Mexico's Department of Labor under the supplemental labor agreement of the North American Free Trade Agreement arguing that...

CBS News   
House GOP to distribute draft contempt citation against Eric Holder  
Republicans on the House Oversight Committee were to take the first formal step Thursday toward contempt proceedings against Attorney General Eric Holder over the Fast and Furious "gunwalking" operation, CBS News has learned. -- The case for a citation declaring Holder in contempt will be laid out in a briefing paper and 48-page draft citation distributed to Democrats and Republicans on the committee...

Fox News    
Nebraska governor vows to continue fight against illegal immigration
Governor Dave Heineman says he will continue to fight against illegal immigration in Nebraska. This past legislative session lawmakers overrode Heineman's veto on a bill providing prenatal care for low income women and illegal [aliens]. -- But the governor said in a press conference Wednesday morning; the issue of illegal immigrants is far from over...

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