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Sunday, March 3, 2013

Border Cover-Up Continues
NY Times and Arizona Daily Star guilty
Feature Photo
Meeting at Tech Park last Friday. Photo by Glenn Spencer from table where IDENTISEIS® was on display.
Glenn Spencer -- American Border Patrol -- March 3 
A front-page story in today's New York Times says it all.
Long Border, Endless Struggle
New York Times
    "In the 1990s and after 2006, when Congress set aside $2 billion to build border fences, the approach focused on static technology. San Diego was the model, with its three layers of fence and cameras atop poles 85 feet tall. But immigrants soon adapted and crossed elsewhere."
Red DotThe Truth -- The San Diego Fence Worked
The Secure Fence Act of 2006 was scuttled and only 35 miles of the original 700-mile fence was built.
New York Times
   "Mr. Bonner, the former customs commissioner, whose career has included stints as a judge and the head of the Drug Enforcement Administration, said the best way to measure border security involved comparing the number of people who are caught with those who crossed successfully." [...]
    "But that figure may be impossible to know."
Red DotThe Truth: American Border Patrol has demonstrated a system that counts how many people cross the border illegally.The NY Times had to have known that.
Red DotArizona Daily Star -- Tucson -- March 2
Tech Park aims to be border lab
    I was at that meeting at the invitation of the Tech Park and demonstrated the IDENTISEIS® system for reporter Tom Beal, but he made no mention of this in his report.
Lies and Black Out
    The mainstream media continue to lie about the border and they continue to blackout any news of American Border Patrol.
 Latest Report from Secure Border Intel
Updated February 28 -- 283 Bodies

Rights group sues Big Sis over Internet kill switch   
A privacy rights group has brought a lawsuit to gain more detailed information on the federal government's ability to shut off the internet in the event of a national crisis. -- The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has filed Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security, in response to a failure by the agency to release any documents pertaining to the "Emergency Wireless Protocols..."

Coulter on Hannity: 'Your little friend Marco Rubio better be paying attention'   
Ann Coulter didn't need much prodding to get fired up in Thursday's interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News. -- After calling the liberal media "hothouse flowers" because of their reaction to one of their own, Bob Woodward's war with the White House, Coulter ripped into Marco Rubio, reminding him of the perceived flaws in his immigration plan. -- "Your little friend Marco Rubio better be paying attention here because his plan of legalization first and then we are going to trust the Obama administration," is a problem, Coulter said...

Dan Stein -- ImmigrationReform.com     
Geraldo: Releasing illegal aliens transparently political   
"As the White House and reporter Woodward negotiate what really happened between them, the ham-handed tactic of releasing illegal immigrants on unsuspecting communities without notice corroborates the view that the sequestration impasse made the president fighting mad," says Geraldo Rivera. -- "Don't get me wrong. I actually smiled when I heard that the first 300 immigrants released by ICE were in Arizona..."

Steve Sailer -- VDare.com     
Why no environmental impact statement on "immigration reform?"   
The federal government has just released a 2,000 page environmental impact statement on the proposed Keystone pipeline from Canada to the U.S. I haven't quite gotten around to reading it yet, but that reminds me of something: Why shouldn't there be a required environmental impact statement on proposed amnesty and guest workers plans? How can the politicians blithely make changes that will have vast...

The Dustin Inman Society -- Marietta, Ga.  
Bumper sticker to fight RubiObamAmnesty! REMEMBER 1986!   
Free bumper sticker with a $10 donation to help us fight amnesty-again. -- We need funding help to stop amnesty. Again. Get several! Send them to your U.S. Senators and your U.S. House Representatives! - I did! -- We just got shipment in and have plenty of stickers. They are high-quality, 7" X 3-3/4" and made of quality all-weather vinyl. A real eye-catcher...

Jon Feere -- CIS.org    
Detention and the 1993 WTC attack   
It is significant that President Obama released an unknown number of illegal aliens from detention on the 20th anniversary of the 1993 World Trade Center attack. Despite claims that those released pose no threat, case studies of two of the WTC bombers indicate that the federal government does not have the capacity to safely determine whether illegal aliens are threats to public safety. For some aliens the public safety analysis is likely based on their U.S. records...

Brownsville Herald -- Harlingen, Texas   
Man accused of harboring illegals   
A Houston man is accused of using two guns to manage 90 [illegal aliens] found at a stash house in the 1200 block of Squaw Valley, court documents show. -- Pedro Piedra, 23, is accused of trying to smuggle [illegal aliens] and concealing them in the United States. -- On Monday, Border Patrol spokesman Henry Mendiola said the agency apprehended 55 people at the house and an additional 35 in the surrounding area...

Patrick Cleburne -- VDare.com     
Is cash avalanche sweeping GOP into amnesty acquiescence?   
Could it be that all this hoop-la about the GOP being more open to Amnesty aka “immigration reform” and Minority Outreach generally reflects not a (highly questionable) reaction to the 2012 election but simply the fact that unprecedented amounts of cash are being been made available to those willing to sing the Treason Lobby song -- Consider the tasteless advertorial carried by Politico on Thursday...

DHS built domestic surveillance tech into Predator drones   
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has customized its Predator drones, originally built for overseas military operations, to carry out at-home surveillance tasks that have civil libertarians worried: identifying civilians carrying guns and tracking their cell phones, government documents show. -- The documents provide more details about the surveillance capabilities of the department's unmanned Predator B drones...

Burlington (NC) Times-News    
County attorney claims collaboration between DOJ, invader cheerleaders   
Graham, NC -- In a memo to county commissioners this week, County Attorney Clyde Albright claims that a local [illegal alien "rights"] rights group has made deals with the U.S. Department of Justice for illegal [aliens] who provide testimony against Sheriff Terry Johnson in a discrimination lawsuit. -- "I obtained letters that show the DOJ is collaborating with the North Carolina Immigrant Rights Project to obtain dismissal of deportation proceedings against three illegal aliens..."

KSAZ-TV -- Phoenix     
So-called "civil rights group" pushes Obama's amnesty scheme   
Members of an [illegal alien "rights"] group spent their Saturday educating voters on the need for immigration reform. -- Promise Arizona volunteers went door-to-door in Phoenix spreading their message. --The day began with a cultural celebration at the First Institutional Baptist Church downtown. The energy inside the church would soon be transferred outside, to the streets of downtown Phoenix...

Allan Wall     
Central American nations to lobby for amnesty   
Do you believe that American immigration policy should be decided upon by American citizens? -- In recent years, foreign governments have taken a strong interest in our immigration policies and are actively meddling to promote their interests. That's certainly true now with the current debate over amnesty. -- Mexico is the main country doing this. But it's certainly not the only country doing it...

ABC / Univision    
Why amnesty is part of the "civil rights" struggle   
Over the past month, pundits and immigration advocates have put forward different reasons for why the United States is ready to embrace immigration reform. They referred to political momentum stemming from President Barack Obama's re-election, shifting demographics that give greater influence to Latinos and other voters of color, and even the $1.5 trillion that reform could add to the cumulative U.S. gross domestic product...

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