October 29, 2008

FBI: Mexican drug cartel planning attack on U.S. law enforcement

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Associated Press

FBI warns of looming drug cartel violence in South Texas

Frustrated by a crackdown on South Texas drug smuggling routes, the Mexican Gulf Cartel is stockpiling high-powered weapons and recruiting local gang members on both sides of the border to prepare for possible confrontations with U.S. law enforcement, according to an FBI intelligence report…


October 28, 2008

Gwinnett County SAVE queries

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Response from Gwinnett County to my open records requesat asking for public records regarding inquiries made to the SAVE program for business licenses since the stat elaw went into effect July 1, 2007. Count them. (4)


Hillary backers decry massive Obama vote fraud

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Hillary backers decry massive Obama vote fraud

With accusations of voter registration fraud swirling as early voting begins in many states, some Hillary Clinton supporters are saying: “I told you so.” — Already in Iowa, the Obama campaign was breaking the rules, busing in supporters from neighboring states to vote illegally in the first contest in the primaries…


Obama courts illegal aliens ( so does McCain)

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Obama courts illegal aliens

Sen. Barack Obama is competing for the Latino votes by offering a wide range of government benefits — even to admitted illegal aliens. — During the Oct. 30, 2007, Democratic Party debate at Drexel University, Hillary Clinton ventured into a minefield by suggesting illegal aliens should be issued driver’s licenses…


Media Advisory – ALL POLITICS IS LOCAL – Gwinnett County Chairman, Charles Bannister to be presented with the 2008 Dustin Inman Society “Un-enforcement un-award” this evening

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MEDIA ADVISORY 28 October 2008

Gwinnett Chairman Charles Bannister to receive “un-enforcement un-award

The Dustin Inman Society


3595 Canton Rd. A-9/337

Marietta, Ga. 30066

For his defiant violation of federal immigration law and the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act of 2006 (GSICA), Gwinnett County Chairman Charles Bannister will be presented with the Dustin Inman Society’s 2008 “un-enforcement un-award” for rewarding countless un-caught illegal aliens with a license to do business in his county.

The “un-award” will be presented by Dustin Inman Society president and community activist D.A. King during the public comments portion of this evening’s Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners meeting, scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM at the Gwinnett County Justice Center.

When: 7PM – Gwinnett Board of Commissioners meeting.
Where: Gwinnett County Justice Center, 75 Langley Drive, Lawrenceville, GA 30045 770.822.8000

“While brave Border Patrol Agents risk their lives to apprehend illegal border crossers, outraged citizens watch as Bannister performs a variety of verbal and illegal official contortions to grant a local amnesty to illegal aliens who escape capture”, said D.A. King. “The language of the law is unambiguous. Illegal aliens and their handlers staged massive street protests and powerful lobbyists worked tirelessly toward stopping passage of the state law more than two years ago. They clearly understood the spirit and intent”. King observed.

With his recent quote “I don’t know if that’s the law. I don’t know if it’s not the law “’ Bannister, after eighteen years in the Georgia legislature, Bannister seems to be alone in his lack of comprehension not only of the law but of the soaring costs of illegal immigration to the Gwinnett taxpayer” King added.

Background on the story so far HERE . Text of the un-award, a 9×12” plaque, HERE .

Named for a sixteen year-old Woodstock, Georgia youth who lost his life to our unsecured borders, The Dustin Inman Society is opposed to illegal immigration and illegal employment. King lobbied in favor of the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act of 2006 at his own expense.

Obama’s first 100 days – amnesty and open borders with Mexico…P.J. Buchanan

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Obama’s First 100 Days
By Patrick J. Buchanan

Undeniably, a powerful tide is running for the Democratic Party,
with one week left to Election Day.

Bush’s approval rating is 27 percent, just above Richard Nixon’s
Watergate nadir and almost down to Carter-Truman lows. After each
of those presidents reached their floors — in 1952, 1974, 1980 —
the opposition party captured the White House.

Moreover, 80 percent to 90 percent of Americans think the nation is
on the wrong course, and since mid-September, when McCain was still
slightly ahead, the Dow has lost 4,000 points — $5 trillion to $6
trillion in value.

Leading now by eight points in an average of national polls, Barack
Obama has other advantages.

Not a single blue state is regarded as imperiled or even a toss-up,
while Obama leads in six crucial red states: Florida, North
Carolina, Virginia, Ohio, Missouri and Colorado. Should McCain lose
one of the six, he would have to win Pennsylvania to compensate for
the lost electoral votes. But the latest Pennsylvania polls show
Barack with a double-digit lead.

Lately moving into the toss-up category are Nevada, North Dakota,
Montana and Indiana. All voted twice for George W. Bush.

Not only is Obama ahead in the state and national polls, he has
more money, is running far more ads, has a superior organization on
the ground, attracts larger crowds, and has greater enthusiasm and
more media in camp. And new voter registrations heavily favor the

Though Congress is regarded by Americans with a disdain bordering
on disgust — five of six Americans think it has done a poor job —
Democratic majorities are certain to grow. Indeed, with Democrats
favored by 10 points over Republicans, Nancy Pelosi’s majority
could grow by 25 seats and Harry Reid could find himself with a
filibuster-proof majority of 60 senators.

Democrats already have 49, plus two independents: Socialist Bernie
Sanders and Independent Joe Lieberman. Their challengers are now
ahead in New Hampshire, Virginia, North Carolina, New Mexico,
Minnesota, Oregon and Colorado, with a chance of picking up
Georgia, Alaska, Kentucky and Mississippi.

We may be looking at a reverse of 1980, when Reagan won a 10-point
victory over Jimmy Carter, and Republicans took the Senate and,
working with Boll Weevil Democrats, effective control of the House.

With his tax cuts, defense buildup and rollback policy against the
“Evil Empire,” Reagan gave us some of the best years of our lives,
culminating in America’s epochal victory in the Cold War.

What does the triumvirate of Obama-Pelosi-Reid offer?

Rep. Barney Frank is calling for new tax hikes on the most
successful and a 25 percent across-the-board slash in national
defense. Sen. John Kerry is talking up new and massive federal
spending, a la FDR’s New Deal. Specifically, we can almost surely

— Swift amnesty for 12 million to 20 million illegal aliens and a
drive to make them citizens and register them, as in the Bill
Clinton years. This will mean that Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona will soon move out of reach for GOP presidential
candidates, as has California.

— Border security will go on the backburner, and America will have
a virtual open border with a Mexico of 110 million… MORE HERE

On Charles Bannister and amnesty in Gwinnett: Letter to the editor from Judy Craft in the Gwinnett Daily Post today

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Gwinnett Daily Post

Letter to the editor: Have to watch government on immigration

Thanks to the Daily Post for presenting editorials on the same subject from opposing views. I am referring to the Oct. 24 editorial “Immigration law vs. politics” by D.A. King and a re-run press release by Commission Chairman Charles Bannister titled “Gwinnett leads the fight against illegal immigration.”

By its very title, Chairman Bannister’s press release was suspect. No one who is informed could say that Gwinnett leads the fight against illegal immigration. Cobb and Cherokee counties have done far more. In the first place, it took Gwinnett more than a year to appear to comply with the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act.

Chairman Bannister talked tough before the primary election when every commission candidate was trying to outdo his opponent on cracking down on illegal immigration.

King explained in simple language that the latest county policy on administering “public benefits,” including commercial licenses to noncitizens, renders the state law to be practically ineffective.

Chairman Bannister has not upheld the intent of the law. Does anyone hear the other board members speaking up? It is obvious that citizen vigilance is required.


– Judy Craft


October 27, 2008

Mexican immigration official arrested with 77 kilos of pot

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Associated Press

Mexican immigration official arrested with 77 kilos of pot

A U.S. official says American law enforcement arrested a top Mexican immigration official for carrying about 77 kilograms of marijuana. — The U.S. official identified the Mexican official as Francisco Celaya-Carrillo. The official said he was stopped in Lukeville, Ariz. Sunday afternoon…


ACLU on 287 (g) – direct from a “Toolkit” they passed out at a recent seminar in Atlanta – much more later and in my book

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Yikes! What will Comrade Obama give the illegals? ( I mean besides our country) FREE FLIGHTS HOME FROM ICE

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“The ICE’s chief of flight operations for deportations and removals Michael J. Pitts told the Wall Street Journal the reason for the perks. “For a lot of these immigrants, it has been a long journey to the U.S. This is going to be the last impression they have of the United States. We want to provide good service.”


Providing One-Way Tickets to IllegalsMonday, October 20, 2008, 12:11 PM

With an increase in deportations of more than 50 percent over the last two years, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement team is ramping up its airline service. The ICE deported more than 76,000 illegal aliens during the fiscal year that ended September 30 on 10 aircraft – twice the fleet from a year ago…


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