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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Conquest of Aztlan Re-Released!
Does this video portend trouble ahead?
American Patrol Report -- April 9   
    World Net Daily has decided to re-release the Conquest of Aztlan, a video that Glenn Spencer produced twelve years ago. The video is built upon Spencer's June 18, 2001 appearance on the O'Reilly Factor when Newt Gingrich was the guest host. During the show, Spencer debated Mexican attorney Carlos Olamendi.
    After Spencer quoted leading Mexican politicians on the issue of illegal immigration, Olamendi complained: "It sounds to me very irresponsible to say those words on national television." (See partial transcript)
After the show aired, Spencer decided to make sure that people knew he was quoting people correctly, so he produced the video, "Conquest of Aztlan." It has sold thousands of copies.
    "I stand by every word in this documentary --- even today, twelve years later," Spencer told The American Patrol Report. "These days, a racist is someone who quotes a Mexican threatening the United States," he added.
    Conquest of Aztlan is available from WND by clicking here.
  Incredible new video shows aliens and drug smugglers!
Posted April 8
-- Archive

Yuma Sun     
Border Patrol arrests convicted Mexican pedophile   
Border Patrol agents from the Yuma Station have arrested a Mexican national who has previously convicted of sex crimes against a child. -- According to agent Kyle Estes of the Yuma Sector Communications Division, agents apprehended two men Thursday night who had crossed the Colorado River near Somerton in an attempt to enter the country illegally...

W.D. Reasoner -- CIS.org    
The Migration Equation: Big biz+big ag+big labor+big religion=big immigration 
If, as they say, politics makes for strange bedfellows, then immigration politics in today's America makes for absolutely bizarre bedfellows. -- Business and agriculture rarely have anything useful to say about unionization and the labor movement. Conversely, labor leaders routinely disparage employers, whether in business or agriculture, for their views on wages, benefits, and employee working conditions...

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas        
Texan concerned about gap in border fence   
Hidalgo County -- A veteran living south of Penitas said he is tired of seeing illegal [aliens] and drugs funnel through a gap in the border fence behind his home. -- Juan Mercado said the feds never closed the gap in the fence in his Abram neighborhood. -- CHANNEL 5 NEWS found out funding dried up to finish the project. -- Mercado, a retired veteran, said he spends his days doing things around his house...

John Rocker -- WND.com    
'Gang of 8' gives middle finger to Americans  
on the American taxpayer, are hoping this is the week an immigration bill can be hammered out. -- Though the Associated Press will no longer call them "illegal immigrants" – Jay Leno put it best when he said they would be called "undocumented Democrats" – the Gang of Eight is bound and determined to set in motion an amnesty that will remake all of America into just another version of the failed state of California..

Boston Globe     
Vermont Senate passes illegal alien drivers bill   
It's on to the Vermont House for legislation that would allow farmworkers in the country illegally to become drivers. -- The Senate on Tuesday gave final approval --- on a nearly unanimous voice vote --- for a bill to create driver privilege cards for people not eligible to get an enhanced driver's license under the federal REAL ID law. -- The measure is expected to extend driving privileges to 1,200 to 1,500 [illegal aliens]...

Houston Chronicle     
Cornyn, McCaul demand control of border as prelude to amnesty deal  
Sen. John Cornyn and House Homeland Security Committee chairman. Michael McCaul, R-Austin, filed legislation today that would force the Department of Homeland Security to tangibly measure border security as Congress seeks to reform immigration. -- Border security has been one of the biggest blockades to bipartisan reform. Proponents of immigration reform argue the border is secure and it is time to move forward...

Financial Times -- London (Free Registration)     
Stockman feels force of Washington fury   
It takes a lot for an official who served at the heart of the White House to go beyond the pale in Washington, but a diatribe against all economic policy since 1933 --- attacking everyone from Franklin Roosevelt to Milton Friedman --- is one way to manage it. -- David Stockman, budget director for Ronald Reagan from 1981 to 1985, is the man who will be short of dinner party invitations...

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Associated Press      
Obama scheme hits seniors, low-income taxpayers   
President Barack Obama's proposal to change the way the government measures inflation could lead to fewer people qualifying for college grants and anti-poverty programs, reduced benefits for seniors and veterans, and higher taxes for low-income families. -- If adopted across the government, the new inflation measure would have far-reaching effects because so many programs are adjusted each year based on year-to-year changes in consumer prices...

American Border Patrol    
Petitions delivered to Rep. Gowdy   
Last Friday, American Border Patrol delivered a box to the offices of Rep. Trey Gowdy, Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security. The box contained 3,000 petitions signed by Americans from all over the nation demanding that Congress implement ABP's plan for securing the border. (See copy of the petition). The petitions are still arriving by mail and ABP expects to deliver another box of 3,000 later this week. If you would like to add your name, go here.

Jessica Vaughan -- CIS.org     
Lawsuit documents criminal alien releases, decline in enforcement, cooked stats
On April 8, a federal judge in Dallas heard arguments in Crane v Napolitano, the lawsuit brought by 10 ICE officers challenging the Obama administration's Deferred Action program (DACA) and "prosecutorial discretion" policies. The hearing, at which two ICE agents and I testified, produced new information on some little-publicized side effects of the amnesty policy, including how criminal aliens have been shielded...

Feds look closer at cash source in McAuliffe car scam   
A federal program that awards U.S. citizenship to foreigners in exchange for business investments is under increasing scrutiny as the assets of a Chicago company were frozen by the Securities and Exchange Commission. -- A Watchdog investigation found that Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe and a brother of Hillary Clinton used a similar EB-5 operation to raise cash from foreigners...

Mark Krikorian -- National Review     
Wait, you mean Grover Norquist is for amnesty?   
Politco has a hilariously ill-informed piece on immigration lobbying, written by two reporters obviously unfamiliar with the issue. It starts: High-profile conservative groups are taking on an unexpected cause: passing immigration reform. -- A diverse mix of the Washington consultant class is cutting TV ads, revving up the grassroots and advising lawmakers on messaging and strategy in hopes of getting a bill across the finish line this year...

American Border Patrol    
SBI reports lack of border enforcement   
Secure Border Intel recently released trail camera footage showing what are likely illegal aliens and drug smugglers. -- SBI also monitors CBP radio traffic in the same area as the videos.  By correlating radio reports with the time and place of the people on the videos, SBI concluded that no U.S. Border Patrol agents detected or apprehended any of the people shown on the videos.  In the case of the drug smugglers north of Three Points, SBI has learned that agents are not even allowed to patrol that area. 

John Hill -- Stand With Arizona    
Geraldo to O'Reilly: No more saying 'illegal alien,' because it's like saying 'negro'
On his radio show last week, the insufferably smug Geraldo Rivera applauded the Associated Press' decision to drop the term "illegal immigrant" from its official style guidelines and then absurdly tied it to race, demanding that no one should use the phrase any longer, seeing as how he believes it is akin to saying "negro" to describe a black person...

KPCC-FM -- Pasadena, Calif.    
'TPS' aliens hope to be included in amnesty scheme  
When El Salvador's long civil war ended in 1992, Evelyn Hernandez said she saw few opportunities. So at 18, she left her homeland and came to the United States, settling in Los Angeles. -- "I didn't have any future in my country," she said. "My parents couldn't give me any support for my education." -- She has found the better life that she was seeking here, but has not been able to get permanent legal immigrant status...

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas     
Medical plaza at the center of smuggling corridor   
Border Patrol agents on Monday arrested several immigrants at a busy medical center in Penitas. Those who work at the center say the area has become a human-smuggling corridor. -- Workers at Saenz Medical Center said they see immigrants darting behind cars and hiding in the dumpster. -- "We started hearing the helicopters, and when we hear that we know that something is going on," Mary Segura said...

Portland Oregonian     
Previously deported Mexican gets 17.5 years in prison for dealing heroin
A 38-year-old Mexican national was sentenced to 17.5 years in prison Monday in U.S. District Court for heroin trafficking and illegally entering the U.S. -- Jose Lizarraras-Chacon, 38, of Nayarit, Mexico was convicted late last year following an investigation by the St. Helens Police Department, the Portland Police Bureau, the Drug Enforcement Agency and the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Office of Inspector General...

Byron York -- Townhall.com    
Will amnesty scheme kill Rubio's presidential chances?   
Passing major legislation is not a path to the presidency. So why is Sen. Marco Rubio, who is almost surely running for the 2016 Republican nomination, working so hard on comprehensive immigration reform? -- Look at the only lawmaker who has become president in the last half-century. Barack Obama did almost nothing in his brief time in the Senate. His career in the world's greatest deliberative body consisted mainly of showing up...

WSB-TV -- Atlanta    
Radio station holds marathon for amnesty scheme   
Some Gwinnett County radio hosts are using the power of the airwaves to rally for immigration reform. -- They told Channel 2's Kerry Kavanaugh they believe the cause will fail if the Latino community fails to unite. -- Show hosts at Radio Informacion 1310 AM in Atlanta say this is the moment for immigration reform. They're talking about it non-stop... [Meddling Mexican Teodoro Maus is involved]

Michelle Malkin -- Noozhawk.com     
Smiley-face lies in deadly, crime-ridden Chicago   
President Barack Obama's hometown of Chicago still goes by the old nickname "Windy City." But after three miserable decades of strict gun control and permanent Democratic rule, Chicago has cemented its reputation as America's Bloody City. -- No amount of statistical whitewashing can cover up the stains of the left's ideological failures there. But as Obama continues to wage war on law-abiding gun owners, his home team is trying its hardest to spread smiley-face lies upon damned lies to downplay Chicago homicid...

Daniel Greenfield -- FrontPageMag.com     
The new amnesty isn't amnesty except it is -- part V   
Don't worry. The new amnesty is absolutely not amnesty, say the drafters of the new amnesty plan. -- Two members of the bipartisan group of lawmakers crafting an immigration reform proposal in the House said that the bill they'll produce will not include "amnesty" for illegal immigrants already in the nation. -- That sounds good. So we can assume then that the new plan will not legalize illegal aliens and then put them on a path to citizenship. Right?

Joseph Farah -- WND.com     
Why does Obama fear armed citizenry?   
Barack Obama recently made some extraordinary statements about gun ownership that need a thorough refutation. -- Not only did Obama misrepresent the very reason the Bill of Rights includes a specific protection of the unalienable right to bear arms, he also misrepresented his own personal position, which is clearly for the ban of most firearms currently owned by Americans...

Communist Party USA calls for 'street heat' to push amnesty  
President Obama's second-term drive for so-called immigration reform and a bipartisan group of U.S. senators working to craft an immigration deal are not enough for the Communist Party USA. -- The domestic communist group is calling for "street heat," including civil disobedience, to demand passage of comprehensive legislation that "would keep families together" and include a path to citizenship...

Alasdair Denvil -- PolicyMic.com     
Amnesty 2013: Legal immigrants are getting the short end of the stick   
Word continues to filter out that the "Gang of Eight" --- four Republican senators and four Democratic senators --- are soon going to introduce legislation on immigration reform, an issue which President Barack Obama has made a priority. -- Details of the proposed legislation have yet to be finalized, but it looks like those immigrants who are here illegally would be allowed to stay in the U.S. and be given a pathway to citizenship...

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