Posts Tagged ‘ Janet Napolitano ’

Free Jesus Diaz!

Free Jesus Diaz!

Those of you who have been following the deteriorating situation on our southern border for the past few years-and I think most of this site’s readers can be included in that category-probably remember the harrowing trials faced by Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compeon. These two courageous law enforcement officers were unjustly...
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Amnesty: Tales from the Crypt

Amnesty: Tales from the Crypt

For those of you who’ve been followers of this website for some time, you’ll already be aware of the extensive coverage we’ve given to the Obama administration’s repeated attempts to obtain amnesty for millions of illegal aliens. Whether it be through legislative legerdemain or administrative diktat, President Obama and his chief underlings have been...
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Agent Zapata Honored

I’d just like to run down the latest news in the investigation surrounding ICE agent Jaime Zapata’s death.  Three suspects, one of whom has been linked to the gun used to shoot and kill Zapata, have been taken into federal custody.
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Bait-and-Switch

Bait-and-Switch

 An op-ed in yesterday’s USA Today by a former counsel to the September 11th Commission brings us troubling news of a recent decision by DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano to discontinue a vital intelligence gathering program at the border.
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Setting The Record Straight

Setting The Record Straight

One of the methods the Obama administration has been employing in its multifaceted effort to enact amnesty, either through its allies in Congress or through an explicit policy of non-enforcement and non-prosecution, is highlighting the supposed progress it has had in securing the border.
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Back To Business

Back To Business

I just wanted to highlight some of the important news developments that have occurred over the course of the past month as the Senate debated the recently defeated DREAM Act.   First off, the Supreme Court-minus Justice Elana Kagan, who’s recused herself due to conflicts that might arise from her work as the Obama adminstration’s former Solicitor...
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Flyboys

Flyboys

You would think that after the September 11th massacres, the United States would be a little more selective of who it allows to participate in flight-training programs. You would think, but you would be wrong.
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Amnesty Returns

Amnesty Returns

In a continuation of a story this website first addressed earlier this summer, the Obama administration’s quest to enact a de facto amnesty seems to be gathering steam. The Houston Chronicle, which was the first news outlet to disclose a pattern of large numbers of immigration cases in the Houston court docket  being summarily...
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Update On David Hartley Corpse Search

As desensitized to revelations of the barbarity and relentlessness of Mexican drug cartels as most people have become by this point, there are still some stories that  are shocking, such as news that the lead investigator of the death of David Hartley on the Mexican side of Lake Falcon has himself been murdered. This sort...
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The Daily Rattle – Immigration News Summary for September 22, 2010

Today’s Daily Rattle feels more like an episode of “I can’t believe they really said that!” But say it they did and serpents bite when their hisses and rattles go unheeded: •  Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Homeland Security, testified before the Senate today. Ms. Napolitano’s department, which in charge of enfocing immigration law, has...
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