News This Week

Posted on January 9, 2014 by John Hinderaker in DemocratsImmigrationLiberalsSenate
Once Again, Democrats Vote to Cut Veterans’ Benefits in Order to Enable Fraud By Illegal Aliens
From CIS
WASHINGTON, DC (January 8, 2014) —

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The broad policy extends beyond its claimed objective of relieving the stress that deployed G.I.s might experience from their family members’ immigration status. The amnesty applies even to relatives of a service member who received a less-than-honorable discharge or a reservist who has only served for two weeks or has never served in a hostile theatre of operation. The memo could have limited the application of the policy, but the administration chose to draft an overreaching amnesty rather than adhere to the law of case-by-case application for parole.

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Rep. Luis Gutierrez: Democrats ‘control’ the deportation process
We should hang the deportation process around Gutierrez and the Democrat’s necks - So Gutierrez you control the deportation process huh…. So what you are saying is YOU and the D’S are responsible for Lauren Bump’s murder because her killer was not deported- YOU Gutierrez are responsible for the murder of Louise Sollowin seeing her murderer and rapist was not deported…. You are responsible for then for the murder of Josh Wilkerson and so so many more right ??? - Ruthie
Spending Deal Continues Funding USDA Program to Promote Food Stamps to Illegal Aliens
By Top Right News on January 15, 2014
The more than $1 trillion federal appropriations measure passed today in the House does not eliminate a controversial program initiated by the Department of Agriculture and with the assistance of the Mexican government that promotes food stamps through outreach and advertising to illegal immigrants living in and coming into the United States.
In fact, it only “strongly” encourages the Department of Agricultural to stop the program, according to the explanatory statement offered by House Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers. Rogers worked out the arrangement with Senate counterpart Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) in consultations before the bill was filed.
Although federal law requires that those granted entry into the U.S. must be able to support themselves financially, the administration continues to promote food stamps to illegal aliensthrough SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program).
Illegals still get Medicare benefits, but feds vow crackdown, $70M savings
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in Congress’ landmark budget deal by closing the loophole that lets illegal immigrants claim the tax credit.
Marshall Fitz, director of immigration policy at the Center for American Progress, said the Medicare Part D and tax credit issues are not the same. He said the tax credit could be paid to parents on behalf of children who may be U.S. citizens.
The Medicare proposal, he said, seems to be a cleanup effort to make sure regulations are consistent with the 1996 welfare law.
State senator wants health care for all immigrants
Published: Jan. 10, 2014 Updated: 6:04 p.m.
GOP senator presses DHS on its practice of transporting young illegals to their illegal parents in US
11:42 AM 01/15/2014
Sen. John McCain censured by Maricopa GOP
Posted: Jan 11, 2014 8:37 PM CST Updated: Jan 12, 2014 4:48 PM CST
By Adam Longo - email
US, Canadian boaters left in limbo in Mexico
A message from the Texas Border Volunteers
Since 2013 has closed out we thought it would be informative to provide a brief summary of what resulted from our efforts. By the end of the year TBV members had reported a total of 818 illegal aliens trespassing on private property to Border Patrol, a 253 percent increase over the previous year. The vast majority of these were individuals from countries other than Mexico. Of that 818, at least 519 were apprehended by BP. This is indicative of not only our effectiveness in the field but the unending flood of human traffic that continues to roll over South Texas. The early FY 2014 Falfurrias Border Patrol apprehension numbers indicate that this year’s sightings may easily surpass last year’s. It is also important to understand that our operations only consume about 40-45 days a year and are concentrated in a relatively small 35 square mile area some 70 miles north of the border. Bottom line, the invasion continues with little notice or concern from our elected officials.
Hispanic gang members viciously beat homeless man, kicked his dog to death
Meet one of the ‘drug mule DREAMERS’ the GOP says don’t exist
January 15, 2014
Illegal alien tossed 2-year-old boy from balcony in Florida
CONFIRMED: The DEA Struck A Deal With Mexico’s Most Notorious Drug Cartel
An investigation by El Universal found that between the years 2000 and 2012, the U.S. government had an arrangement with Mexico’s Sinaloa drug cartel that allowed the organization to smuggle billions of dollars of drugs while Sinaloa provided information on rival cartels.
Title: The battle to ‘free’ Mexican town from drug gangs: Huge firefight breaks out as vigilantes
Source: Associated Press
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Published: Jan 13, 2014
Author: Associated Press
Post Date: 2014-01-13
Vigilante groups in the western Mexican state of Michoacan have joined forces to confront drug cartels
The groups have sprung up all over Mexico over the past year, especially in Michoacan, which is plagued by the Knights Templar Cartel
More than 100 vigilantes stormed the town of Paracuaro at the weekend in an attempt to reclaim the city
Trucks, cars and shops were set on fire in the fight, as gun battles continued on Sunday
Gunfire and firefights erupted in western Mexico on Sunday as hundreds of vigilantes pressed forward in their fight over territory with a drug cartel, as Mexico’s top security officials prepared to make yet another effort to try to stop the violence.
Members of so-called ‘self-defense groups’ entered the town of Nueva Italia on a campaign they say is designed to liberate towns from the control of the Knights Templar cartel.
Opponents and critics say the vigilantes are backed by a rival cartel, however the groups vehemently deny any connection.