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Pulling Out All the Stops
Frontline’s assault on immigration law enforcement

PBS — October 19   

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Lost in detention
    “….Frontline and investigative reporter Maria Hinojosa investigate Obama’s tough immigration enforcement.
    …investigating conditions in the vast immigrant detention centers…
    “Women harassed for sexual favors, guards taking detainees and beating them down like they were animals.”
    Tonight, how the politics of immigration are lost in detention.
Red DotGlenn Spencer — American Patrol Report
    We are in the endgame of the debate over illegal immigration and the liberal media know it. It is going to be a major issue in the presidential campaign and they want to nip it in the bud. Lost in Detention is a naked attempt to pluck at the heartstrings of Americans to get them to demand that Congress stop immigration law enforcement and open the borders to Mexico. They make it look as if Obama is being tough – when he is being very lenient.
    As reported in the Wall Street Journal, many of those being “deported” include people who had just been apprehended at the border and had agreed to be returned to Mexico voluntarily.
    Technically, these people were never arrested or charged with a crime – and they were not deported.
    More lies… and more to come.

 

Thursday, October 20, 2011 — 7:20 PM
~~~ Updates will resume on Friday morning. Good evening. ~~~
Tuscaloosa (Ala.) News        c sc   
SPLC now suing 55 Alabama counties   
The Southern Poverty Law Center on Wednesday filed a federal lawsuit against 55 Alabama counties, including Tuscaloosa County and others in West Alabama, alleging that they have denied [illegal aliens] marriage licenses. — The Montgomery-based SPLC sued Montgomery County and named Bibb, Fayette, Greene, Hale, Lamar, Marengo, Perry, Pickens, Sumter and Tuscaloosa counties…
Doug McIntyre — KABC – AM 790 — Los Angeles   
Rules against illegals don’t seem to matter   
Apparently, California can’t have too many illegal [aliens]. – Beginning with the LAPD’s infamous Special Order 40 (which prohibits the police from initiating a stop based on suspicion of violating our nation’s immigration laws), sanctuary laws have spread throughout California and then nationwide. — L.A. told the world, “Come here, no questions asked!” and we literally ask no questions…
WTVF-TV — Nashville   
Subversive Obama Regime begins random road inspections in Tenn. 
You’re probably used to seeing TSA’s signature blue uniforms at the airport, but now agents are hitting the interstates to fight terrorism with Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response (VIPR). — “Where is a terrorist more apt to be found? Not these days on an airplane more likely on the interstate,” said Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security Commissioner Bill Gibbons…
Jim Kouri, CPP — The Examiner   
Biden is ignorant or a liar, according to FBI report   
Vice President Joe Biden asserted that crime will increase if Congress rejects President Obama‘s plan to spend additional billions to save or create jobs. — “Murder will continue to rise; rape will continue to rise; all crime will continue to rise,” Biden said. The exchange took place in front of a crowd in Flint, Michigan. — Several lawmakers and police commanders accused Biden of using scare tactics…
WorldNetDaily.com  
Look who’s behind uprising in Orlando   
A lawyer linked through the Council on American Islamic Relations to Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood has been identified as the driving force behind the Occupy Orlando protests that have been staged in Johnson Park, according to a video report from Tom Trento of the Florida Security Council and The United West. — The report from the organization that…
Associated Press  
Huge Mexico-bound ammo cache stopped in Brownsville   
Members of a task force made up of federal and local authorities found about 50,000 rounds of ammunition beneath the bed of a pickup that was awaiting export to Mexico from Brownsville. — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says its agents were conducting a routine search for stolen vehicles at a staging area for vehicles being exported from the U.S. Wednesday…
Joseph Farah — WorldNetDaily.com   
Pat Buchanan is right!   
I don’t always agree with Pat Buchanan, but his new book, “Suicide of a Superpower,” is 100 percent spot on. — It should be the wake-up call Americans need to understand that the nation and civilization they have lived in all their lives is rapidly crumbling and simply won’t be there for their children and grandchildren unless measures are taken immediately to reverse the destructive trends…
Anthony Martin — The Examiner   
Gunwalker: The missing 3rd gun at Brain Terry’s murder scene   
In the continually developing story of the Project Gunwalker scandal — or Operation Fast and Furious — the latest news today is that the Obama Administration is attempting to discredit the entire premise of an illegal operation by pointing to an error made by Congressman Darrell Issa’s House committee concerning the ‘3rd gun’ found at the murder scene of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry…
On the Record with Greta Van Susteren — Fox News      c sc 
Greta Van Susteren visits Roger Barnett    
Greta Van Susteren aired a segment last night featuring an interview with rancher Roger Barnett. He discuss the ridiculous lawsuit brought against him for detaining several illegal alien trespassers a few years ago.
CNBC   
Jobless claims straddle key level; big upturn still elusive   
Applications for unemployment benefits have fallen to a six-month low, according to a four-week averaged calculated by the government. — Some economists said the steady decline signals fewer layoffs and possibly stronger job growth in the months ahead. But they cautioned that employers are not yet hiring at healthy levels. — Weekly applications dropped by 6,000 to a seasonally adjusted 403,000… [See “Change” Watch]
Reuters     c sc    
US ‘misery index’ rises to highest since 1983    
An unofficial gauge of human misery in the United States rose last month to a 28-year high as Americans struggled with rising inflation and high unemployment. — The misery index — which is simply the sum of the country’s inflation and unemployment rates — rose to 13.0, pushed up by higher price data the government reported on Wednesday… [See “Change” Watch]
C.J. Ciaramella — Daily Caller  
ATF priorities: Smuggle guns to drug cartels, arrest cigarette smugglers 
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms may have knowingly allowed thousands of guns to be trafficked across the U.S. / Mexican border in the botched Operation Fast and Furious, but don’t worry! The agency is busy keeping Americans safe from the scourge of cigarette trafficking. — The ATF announced Wednesday that, in conjunction with Georgia law enforcement agencies…
U.S. News & World Report    
An unprecedented 26 million Americans are now underemployed 
While the number of unemployed workers has held steady at around 14 million in recent months, another telling measure of frustration in the labor market — the number of underemployed individuals — rose for a third consecutive month in September, by almost a half of a million people. — Almost 9.3 million Americans are considered underemployed, defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics… [See “Change” Watch]
Economic Collapse Blog   
The new reality for U.S. cities   
If you want to know what the early stages of an economic collapse look like, just walk around some of the downtown areas of our major cities. — Today, nearly all large U.S. cities are either flat broke or they are on the way to being flat broke. Yes, New York City and Washington D.C. (and a few others) are still doing fairly well, but for most U.S. cities economic reality is catching up with them very quickly… [See “Change” Watch]
Washington Times   
Britons pin economic troubles on immigrant policies   
London — British political leaders from the left and the right are blaming liberal immigration policies for driving down living standards amid a financial crisis that has prompted the Conservative-led government to cut welfare programs to prevent fiscal collapse. — Prime Minister David Cameron, who said this year that multiculturalism has failed in Britain, is calling on immigrants to learn English fluently…
American Border Patrol   
The New York Times lies   
The New York Times reports that a single fence along the entire U.S.-Mexico border would cost $22.4 billion. It based this estimate on the cost of completing 3.5 miles of fence near San Diego. The 3.5 miles was built in very difficult terrain at a cost five times higher than normal. The New York Times is lying. — Actual fencing costs have averaged about $2.8 million per mile.
Dave Gibson — The Examiner   
Could it be any more symbolic? D.C. declares itself a sanctuary city    
On Wednesday, Washington D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray signed an executive order which bars District police officers from questioning anyone, even those they arrest about their immigration status. — Gray said: “This executive order ensures public safety by ensuring that our police resources are deployed wisely and our immigrant communities feel safe cooperating with those who are sworn to protect them.”
Bloomberg   
Beltway earnings make D.C. richer than Silicon Valley   
Federal employees whose compensation averages more than $126,000 and the nation’s greatest concentration of lawyers helped Washington edge out San Jose as the wealthiest U.S. metropolitan area, government data show. — The U.S. capital has swapped top spots with Silicon Valley, according to recent Census Bureau figures, with the typical household in the Washington metro area earning $84,523 last year…
Associated Press  
Senate votes to end ‘Fast And Furious’ scheme   
The Senate voted Tuesday to effectively block the Justice Department from undertaking gun-smuggling probes like the flawed “Operation Fast and Furious” aimed at breaking up networks running guns to Mexican drug cartels but that lost track of hundreds of the weapons, some of which were used to commit crimes in Mexico and the United States…
Jessica Vaughan — Center for Immigration Studies    
Obama: Deportation numbers ‘actually a little deceptive’    
According to President Obama, the allegedly record-breaking deportation numbers released this week by ICE Director John Morton are “a little deceptive.” I agree. They give the impression that this administration is enforcing the law more than, say, the previous administration. But other ICE numbers suggest that immigration enforcement is declining, not increasing…
Christian Science Monitor  
A long, steep drop for Americans’ standard of living   
Think life is not as good as it used to be, at least in terms of your wallet? You’d be right about that. The standard of living for Americans has fallen longer and more steeply over the past three years than at any time since the US government began recording it five decades ago. — Bottom line: The average individual now has $1,315 less in disposable income than he or she did three years ago…
CNS News      
Outrage: Obama Regime giving work permits to some illegals   
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that under the administration’s policy of exercising “prosecutorial discretion” in the enforcement of the immigration laws, her department is currently authorizing some illegal aliens to work in the United States. — Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the ranking-member of the Senate Judiciary panel, asked Napolitano…
Washington Examiner  
DC mayor orders cops not to ask about immigration status   
Mayor Vincent Gray signed a policy on Wednesday that prohibits city police from asking about immigration status, but city officials said the District still plans to comply with the federal Secure Communities initiative aimed at identifying and deporting illegal [aliens] accused of committing other crimes. — The executive order, which confirmed a long-standing policy, drew praise from [illegal alienrights“] groups…

Wednesday, October 19, 2011
NumbersUSA.com       c sc 
DHS deportation figures offer mixed results   
…D.A. King, president of the Dustin Inman Society is urging members of the media and politicians to challenge the administration’s claim that it deported more illegal aliens in 2011, than at any other time in the history [of ICE]. — “The existence of the statistical shell game concerning immigration enforcement that has been perpetrated in the White House since inauguration has been common knowledge…”
Associated Press   
ICE officer arrested in pot smuggling   
Phoenix — Arizona state police say a deportation officer with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has been arrested in a pot smuggling case after leading authorities on a high-speed chase, throwing bundles of marijuana out the window of his government vehicle. — Department of Public Safety Officer Carrick Cook told The Associated Press on Wednesday that the deportation officer…
The Hill — Washington   
Gutierrez whines over deportations   
The Obama administration might be touting the nearly 400,000 deportations of illegal [aliens] last year as evidence that the White House is tough on enforcement and dedicated to reform, but don’t try to convince Rep. Luis Gutierrez. — The Illinois Democrat, perhaps the most vocal [illegal alienrights“] advocate on Capitol Hill, – said Tuesday that the record-breaking figure is “nothing to be proud of…”
Dave Gibson — The Examiner    
Serious criminal element now emerging in “Occupy” movement   
Since the Occupy Wall Street protests began, we have seen and heard the reports of demonstrators defecating on police cars, urinating and having sex in public and according to many New Yorkers… the distinct odor of marijuana now fills the air around Zuccotti Park. However, we are now seeing reports of very serious crimes taking place within these anti-capitalist gatherings now being held in cities across the nation…
Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald / Review   
Illegals involved in two separate incidents    
Two incidents involving U.S. Border Patrol agents and illegal [aliens], that occurred in roughly the same area south of Sierra Vista at nearly the same time, are being investigated by local and federal authorities. — One incident occurred on Hereford Road at mile marker 11 at approximately 12:40 p.m. Monday, when an unknown vehicle allegedly attempted to strike a Border Patrol agent…

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