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Monday, January 7, 2013

Wholesale Invasion Continues
Up to 1,000 per day flood across border near Tucson
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Glenn Spencer --- American Border Patrol -- January 7 
    A new report from secureborderintel.org paints a frightening picture of the U.S. -- Mexico border in Arizona. From Nov. 1 to Nov. 15 alone, SBI documented 1,170 drug and human smuggling incidents south and west of Tucson. And, since the report covers only about 1/3 of all activity - there may be as many as 1,000 people a day crossing the border illegally south of Tucson.
    SBI maintains an electronic listening post south and west of Tucson that allows it to record about 1/3 of enforcement radio traffic. A careful --- and time consuming --- analysis of this traffic allows SBI to pinpoint the location of the enforcement activity and what type of Border Patrol assets were involved.
    From Jan. 1 to Nov. 15, SBI documented 5,432 incidents. See map.
    In some cases SBI can document how many suspected illegal aliens are involved. From Nov. 1 to 15 it documented 99 incidents involving more than 8 people. The largest group involved 100 people.
    Assuming the actual level to be three times SBI's sample, the total number of illegal aliens being chased by the border patrol could amount to more than 300 per day. And, not all are spotted and chased. At any one time there could be as many as 1,000 people invading the U.S. in this limited area alone.
    Customs and Border Protection employs about 43 aircraft engaged in the border battle in this area, with about ten active on any one day. The highly touted Predator B UAV is rarely heard from.
    The SBI report shows no let up of the increased border enforcement activity since the August 15 amnesty program went into effect.
    More tomorrow!

Democrat plan lets Obama run for 3rd term 
Before President Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected to his third and fourth terms in office, U.S. presidents had honored the limit established by George Washington that a president should serve no more than two. -- And after, the 22nd Amendment formally restricted service in the Oval Office to two terms. -- But now, U.S. Rep. Jose Serrano, D-N.Y., and a supporter of President Obama, has introduced House Joint Resolution 15...

Michael Savage: Time for a 'nationalist' party  
Michael Savage, one of the nation’s most prominent voices in talk radio, said today America is "absolutely" ripe for a third party, in part, because the two largest parties in the U.S. have pulled a "charade" on the American people. -- "There is no Republican Party," Savage told fellow talk show host Aaron Klein. "It’s an appendage of the Democrat machine, as we’ve all just seen. It’s two-card Monte, as we well know..."

Kris Zane -- Western Center for Journalism -- Anthem, Arizona  
Muslim Brotherhood infiltrates the White House   
RINO-in-Chief John McCain raked Rep. Michelle Bachman and other conservatives over the coals for merely requesting that the apparent Muslim Brotherhood influence on the Obama Administration be investigated. -- It was a matter of public record that Huma Abedin, Deputy Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton --- and thus having access to top secret information --- has deep ties to the Muslim Brotherhood...

Suzanne Eovaldi -- Western Center for Journalism -- Anthem, Arizona     
Is Homeland Security falsifying crime statistics for the Mexico border area? 
Falsifying crime statistic data about border crime along the Texas Mexican border to grab 6 million grant dollars is being revealed by PF Media's undercover camera investigations! When Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano's good friend Lupe Trevino took over as sheriff in Hidalgo County, somehow the violent crime problem along the illegal alien pipeline into the U.S. improved dramatically... [See this feature]

Associated Press     
Sergeant in Saudi military charged with child rape in Nevada   
A sergeant in Saudi Arabia's air force was jailed in Las Vegas on charges that he pulled a boy into a hotel room and sexually assaulted him the morning of Sin City's big New Year's Eve fireworks extravaganza. -- Mazen Alotaibi, 23, faces charges including kidnapping, sexual assault with a minor and felony coercion that could get him decades in state prison, according to police and charging documents obtained Friday...

American Border Patrol       
Agent spots ultralight    
According to very reliable sources a U.S. Border Patrol agent spotted an ulralight aircraft near the border 30 west of Sasabe, Arizona. The female agent described the aircraft as "sort of hang glider, but with an engine." -- It is suspected that the aircraft flew across the border and dropped a load of drugs before returning to Mexico. See map.

Agence France-Presse     
New drug tunnel found near US-Mexico border   
Tijuana, BC -- Mexican authorities said Saturday they have discovered a "sophisticated" tunnel likely intended for smuggling drugs and migrants across the US-Mexico border. -- The entrance to the tunnel, which was still under construction, is located in a warehouse about 300 metres (328 yards) from the border between the Mexican city of Mexicali and Calexico, California, Mexicali police chief Marco Antonio Carrillo told AFP.

Michael Snyder -- Economic Collapse Blog     
Many U.S. cities degenerating into gang infested war zones   
Large U.S. cities that the rest of the world used to look at in envy are now being transformed into gang-infested hellholes with skyrocketing crime rates. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, Camden, East St. Louis, New Orleans and Oakland were once bustling with economic activity, but as industry has fled those communities poverty has exploded and so has criminal activity...

WTNH-TV -- New Haven    
Invaders in Connecticut demand driver's licenses   
There's a movement underway to allow [illegal aliens] to get driver's licenses and register their vehicles. -- There are thousands of people driving every day in Connecticut who do not have licenses because they are not in the country legally. Some state lawmakers want to change that, to protect those [illegal aliens] and everyone else on the roads. -- At a press conference here in New Haven yesterday several state lawmakers...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner     
We can pay for Israel's border fence but not our own   
Last week, Israeli officials announced that 150 miles of security fencing along Israel's border with Egypt has been completed, at a cost of $430 million. -- The remaining 12 miles of fencing is expected to be completed by May, according to the Israeli Defense Ministry. -- The border includes electronic surveillance equipment such as cameras and radar. -- The Israeli government began construction on the fence in 2010...

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