Posts Tagged ‘ Dave Gibson ’

Our Plague Year (The Epidemiological Consequences of Unaccompanied Minors)

Our Plague Year (The Epidemiological Consequences of Unaccompanied Minors)

This past week saw the first American victim of the best and brightest Barack Obama has welcomed into the warm embrace of the United States. We now have confirmed reports that a Border Patrol officer has contracted scabies from the unaccompanied minors he was tending to, rather than performing his job, i.e. protecting the...
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Life and Death on the Border

Life and Death on the Border

Here’s the latest press release from the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers addressing the Obama administration’s directive restricting the use of deadly force by Border Patrol agents.
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Honoring Brian Terry

Honoring Brian Terry

Brian Terry’s birthday. If he had not been cut down by bullets provided to a Mexican drug cartel by his own government, Agent Brian Terry would have celebrated his forty-third year on the planet this past Sunday. Unlike the members of this administration and its Justice Department, he exemplified honor and faithfulness to the...
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Keeping Track of The Senate

Keeping Track of The Senate

The markup of the Gang of Eight bill is well underway, with approximately 300 amendments to be voted upon before it’s rubber-stamped out of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Of course, the amendments calling for the implementation of verified border security before legalization were handily defeated. Why the pretense of wanting to secure the border,...
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May Day: Part II (Marx v. Washington)

May Day: Part II (Marx v. Washington)

The purpose of  last Wednesday’s events, like the marches and rallies staged on Cinco de Mayo, was to pressure elected officials in Washington D.C. into repeating the same disastrous mistakes of the past. In this case, a wholesale amnesty which would cost upwards of six trillion dollars in the coming decades. While most of...
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The Rights of States

The Rights of States

It’s difficult to gauge the ultimate impact of this past week’s Supreme Court decision invalidating much of Arizona’s landmark immigration enforcement law, with the exception of Section 2(b), i.e. the clause empowering local police to ascertain someone’s immigration status if  “reasonable suspicion” exists when he or she is detained.  Even this seeming bright spot...
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The Daily Rattle-Immigration News Summary For March 15, 2012

The Daily Rattle-Immigration News Summary For March 15, 2012

In today’s Rattle, we cover everything from the Obama administration’s continued dismantling of border security and immigration enforcement, to the trivialization of the Civil Rights Movement by the open borders left, to congressional oversight into Attorney General Eric Holder’s obstruction of justice in the Fast and Furious probe. But first, we look at the...
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The Daily Rattle for February

The Daily Rattle for February

Today’s Daily Rattle cuts a wide swath across the political landscape, including stories about the ongoing carnage of the Mexican war against the narco cartels, some high profile endorsements of Mitt Romney by immigration enforcement advocates, and a potential reentry into the political realm by our good friend Russell Pearce. But first, we examine...
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Eric Holder Must Go!

Even as some of the ringleaders of the barbaric Zetas cartel responsible for the cold-blooded murder of ICE agent Jaime Zapata are apprehended, and men accused of being straw buyers for the equally prolific and ruthless Sinaloa Cartel are convicted, the backlash from the Fast and Furious debacle continues to unfold in both state...
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News Roundup

I just thought I’d get you caught up on some news you might have missed in the past week, starting with our neighbor to the south. -An editorial in Investor’s Business Daily highlights the disturbing possibility that Los Zetas are attempting to disrupt the upcoming Mexican presidential election. -In a related story, the L.A....
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