Saturday, May 8, 2010

Arizona Seems Onto Something

Because it's fundamentally good for the country when foreigners want to become Americans, people who claim to be pro-immigrant should lay off Arizona. Maybe they should rethink this wish for "comprehensive" immigration reform. Arizona just enacted laws meant to stanch the illegal immigration that the federal government has ignored. About 60% to 70% of the public, depending on the poll, reckons that was reform.

Putatively pro-immigrant activists don't. The
Gamaliel Foundation, a left-wing front, bused 100 pastors to Kenosha Thursday to protest at the jail because the feds hold possible deportees there. The pastors don't want illegal immigrants deported. One leader, the Rev. Dennis Jacobsen of Milwaukee, declared this demand part of a "moral vision" for immigration reform and spoke of "the hateful mind-set in Arizona."

Activists setting up a May Day march in Milwaukee, due to happen between when I write this and when you read it, were saying much the same. They were enraged at Arizona's law, the heart of which says state authorities can't ignore the question of whether someone's here illegally. That's racist, they contended.

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The Obama-Ayers Meeting: What You Haven't Been Told

A new book released today uncovers for the first time where and how President Obama first met Weather Underground terrorist-group founder William Ayers – and it is much earlier than previously believed. The book reveals the two were brought together by a student of radical community organizer Saul Alinsky, whose name, it has emerged, was obscured in Obama's autobiography "Dreams from My Father."

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Boycott Arizona? No way, It’s a Cheap Publicity Stunt

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Fact Sheet: Arizona's SB1070 Immigration Enforcement Law

Read the TRUTH about the new Arizona Law.

Obama Gives Unions a 'Massive Payback' with Executive Order, Contractors Claim

The nation’s non-union contractors, who constitute the bulk of the construction industry, say President Obama has given a “massive payback” to unions by implementing an executive order that would help them secure billions of dollars in construction contracts on public projects -- and a House Republican congressman agrees.

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Times Square Suspect...

...'inspired by radical cleric with links to Christmas Day plot and Fort Hood shootings'

The man suspected of attempting to bomb Times Square was inspired by a radical cleric with links to suspects in the failed Christmas Day plane bombing and the Fort Hood shootings, according to reports. Faisal Shahzad, 30, has told investigators that he watched Internet videos by the American-born, Yemeni based cleric, Anwar al-Aulaqi ahead of allegedly driving a weapon of mass destruction into the centre of New York. The cleric was the first American citizen to be placed on a list of most wanted by the CIA when the Obama administration authorised his killing in April. Mr al-Aulaqi is believed to be a recruitment officer for al-Qaeda and has been tied with the 9/11 terrorists as well as Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Nigerian accused of trying to blow up a Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas Day, and Major Nidal Malik Hasan, the Army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people in November at Fort Hood, Texas.

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WI Club For Growth Update

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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Justice Department..

...Border Patrol Agents Assaulted Daily, Kidnappings Every 35 Hours in Phoenix, 1 in 5 Teens Using Drugs Predominantly Supplied by Mexican Traffickers
Three Border Patrol agents are assaulted on the average day at or near the U.S. border. Someone is kidnapped every 35 hours in Phoenix, Ariz., often by agents of alien smuggling organizations. And one-in-five American teenagers last year used some type of illegal drug, many of which were imported across the unsecured U.S.-Mexico border. These facts are reported in the recently released National Drug Threat Assessment for 2010, published by the National Drug Intelligence Center, a division of the U.S. Justice Department. They ought to add some perspective to the national debate raging over Arizona’s new law that requires local law enforcement officers to make a “reasonable attempt” to determine the immigration status of persons they legally come into contact with and whom they reasonably suspect of being in the country illegally

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China Tries to Sterilise 10,000 Parents Over One-Child Rule

Where is the outcry over this human atrocity?

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Prepare for More Problems with Judges

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Forced Abortions in America?

This is sick.....

This week, reporters broke the story of a young girl in the Pennsylvania foster care program who became pregnant. When the state Department of Human Services (DHS) found out, they asked for a family court order approving the state to take her in for an abortion-despite the fact that her mom refused to consent. By that time, the girl was 24-weeks pregnant.

"Although it is DHS policy that a state worker accompany any minor who has a court-ordered medical procedure, this did not happen on the girl's first attempt to have the abortion." Instead, she was smuggled to New Jersey for the appointment--alone. Because the young mom didn't have the proper paperwork, she had to return a second time for the abortion--this time with a state government worker, who ensured that the baby never came home. Apparently, that employee didn't bother to contact the girl's foster mom, who panicked when she didn't return from school that day. When she walked through the door at 8:30 that night, her foster mom asked her "what happened?" The girl replied, "The baby is dead."

According to the Philadelphia Daily News, "The teen told her that [DHS worker Cynthia] Brown had taken her out of school to get an abortion in New Jersey." As for conscience rights of those involved? Forget it. The girl's original social worker was fired for refusing to participate in the abortion. "They hired me to work in child protection, not to kill children," she said. And while the state insists it didn't pay for the abortion (the city of Mayfair did), a state worker did accompany her and most likely paid for her transportation. Unfortunately, this isn't an isolated incident. Of the 335 girls who became pregnant under DHS's care, almost a third abort--and nearly half of those are done by a judge's order.

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Monday, May 3, 2010

Stunning Pictures of Al Gore's New $9 Million Mansion Media Totally Ignored

Nobel Laureate Al Gore purchased a $9 million mansion in the luxurious hills of Montecito, California, recently, and with the exception of the Los Angeles Times and Fox News, America's media couldn't care less. You think it might be because the Gore-loving press wouldn't want people to consider the possibility that all of his global warming hysteria was really about lining his wallet and not saving the planet?

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CBS Features NY Mayor Bloomberg Speculating Bomber Was Mad About ObamaCare

With Katie Couric drawing him out, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg agreed the Times Square car bombing was likely “homegrown” as he proceeded, in an interview excerpt run on Monday's CBS Evening News, to speculate it could have been placed by “somebody with a political agenda who doesn't like the health care bill or something. It could be anything.”Could be “anything,” but the first thing Bloomberg thinks of are those who don't like ObamaCare, presumably conservatives or Tea Party activists.

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Teen Pregnancy Isn’t the Story. The Demise of Marriage Is.

The press has rushed to report a minuscule drop in “teen births” based on data released Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). As usual, the mainstream media are focusing on a trivial, politically correct story while ignoring the real story buried in the data. Here’s the real story: According to CDC, a record 40.6 percent of children born in 2008 were born outside marriage — a total of 1.72 million children. The overwhelming majority of the unwed mothers were young adults with low education levels, precisely the kind of individuals who have the greatest difficulty going it alone in our society.

Only about 7.5 percent of these out-of-wedlock births, 130,000, were to girls under 18. Of course, these births can be disastrous for the girls involved. But as a social problem, teen pregnancies and births are of quite limited importance. By contrast, 1.72 million out-of-wedlock births amount to an overwhelming catastrophe for taxpayers and society.

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Sunday, May 2, 2010

Democrats Try To Lock Up Their Base

"You have to decide what your goals are." That's what the Democratic staffer who wrote the marriage penalty into Obama's Health Control Law told a Wall Street Journal reporter.

Indeed, the Democrats and their feminist allies have decided on one of their major goals. It is to increase the number of single moms by increasing the flow of taxpayer-paid incentives that subsidize the non-marriage lifestyle. The plan also includes locking in this group's dependence on government and allegiance to the Democratic Party. The plan is conveniently set forth in a 60-page document called "Advancing the Economic Security of Unmarried Women" just published by John Podesta's leftwing think tank called Center for American Progress.

The Democrats know that 70 percent of unmarried women voted for Barack Obama in the 2008 election. It's obviously part their political game plan to reward that group and keep it in the Obama column.

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