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October 4, 2012





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Mitt Romney Destroyed Obama In last night’s

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Left and Right Come Together to Slam Obama’s Bomb of a Night (and Lehrer)

by Bridget Johnson

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by Bryan Preston

Gov. Romney overmatched President Obama from start to finish.

  • The Obama Myth Will Not Survive the Debates

    Thursday, October 04, 2012 8:57:44 AM · by RoosterRedux · 2 replies ^ | 10/4/2012 | Anthony G. Dispenza
    The fraudulence of Obama’s presidency is so great that only an analogy can bring us close to sufficiently expressing that fraud. In the movie The Gladiator, Roman Emperor Commodus abuses his power to rule over the people with an iron fist and to ensure that he is viewed favorably, while the truly great man in Maximus is initially thought to be a mere slave and far inferior to Commodus. When confronted with the man himself, however, the Coliseum crowds come to adore the brave gladiator, and Commodus’ advantage of holding favor by hiding behind the power of the state is…

Moscow Denies Involvement In Alleged U.S. Procurement Network


October 04, 2012

Moscow says Russian spy agencies were not involved in an alleged network illegally exporting high-technology components from the United States.

The U.S. Justice Department said on October 3 it had broken up a network aimed at illegally acquiring U.S.-made electronic components for Russian military and spy agencies.

Federal prosecutors in New York City charged 11 suspects on October 3.

Export of the sophisticated microelectronics is subject to strict U.S. government controls due to their potential use in military radar and surveillance and detonator triggers.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Aleksandr Lukashevich noted the defendants had not been charged with espionage.

  • Pigford II: Politically Correct Wealth Redistribution Infects Obama’s USDA

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    Forbes ^ | 10/02/2012 | Bill Flax
    Federal functionaries serving radical agendas rather than taxpayers riddle Washington. Last week came further evidence that cultural Marxism imbues the Department of Agriculture. Orthodox Marxism fixates on the economic, revolving around class struggles. Cultural Marxism, otherwise called political correctness, incorporates social dynamics. The “privileged” class extends beyond capitalists and bourgeois to whites, men, Christians and heterosexuals. While workers are still afforded victimhood those “alienated” by American culture also include minorities, women and even people behaving ways historically considered immoral. President Obama perceives society through this politically correct prism. His raison d’être rests on a post-modern variant of Marxism popular in…

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Even The Huffington Post Admits Mitt Romney Won The Debate

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Barack Obama and the Mandate Of Heaven
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A failing Chinese monarch would easily recognize Obama’s current situation. Everything has started going wrong at once. Things that used to work work no longer. Libya and Egypt are simply the latest manifestations. More


  • Left Wants Multiculturalism to Trump Free Speech

    Thursday, October 04, 2012 7:06:12 AM · by Kaslin · 7 replies ^ | October 4, 2012 | Victor Davis Hanson
    The American Left used to champion free expression. We were lectured — correctly — that the price of being repulsed by occasional crude talk and art was worth paying. Only that way could Americans ensure our daily right to criticize those with greater power and influence whom we found wrong and objectionable. When 1950s comedian Lenny Bruce titillated his audiences with the F-word and crude sex talk, liberals came to his defense. They reminded us that vulgar speech is not a crime: The First Amendment was not just designed to protect uplifting expression, but also rarer blasphemous and indecent speech….

Brzezinski: Free Speech about Muslims has Limits
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Two BP Agents Shot, One Dies

Tuesday, October 2, 2012 | Borderland Beat Reporter Chivis

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The shooting occurred along a major meth drug corridor, the agents were on horseback.  Ironically, they worked out of the BP station named in honor of Brian Terry an agent killed in the line of duty…Due to the many comments sent in regarding the story of the Chula Vista woman shot and killed by a border patrol agent, I have added that story at the bottom.  The article appeared in UTSD…Paz, Chivis

Fallen Agent Nicolas Ivie

Tuesday morning two U.S. Border Patrol agents were shot, one fatally injured,  identified as Nicolas Ivie, age 30, in what is described as an ambush in an area in south Arizona known as a major meth and heroin drug-smuggling corridor.

The identity of the other injured agent has not been releasaed.  The shooting occurred at the Brian Terry Station near Naco, Ariz., which is just south of Tucson. The station was named after an agent who was killed in the line of duty in December 2010. The area is considered a remote part of the state and sources tell Fox News that the shooting occurred at 1:50 a.m. local time and about 8 miles from the border.
“This shooting is a tragic reminder of the dangers the brave men and women who guard our borders face every day.”
- Rep. Darrell Issa
The agents who were shot were on patrol with a third agent, who was not harmed, according to George McCubbin, president of the National Border Patrol Council, a union representing about 17,000 border patrol agents. The agents were on horseback at the time of the shooting.
McCubbin said he had no further information regarding the shooting.
The shooting occurred after an alarm was triggered on one of the many sensors along the border and the three agents went to investigate, said Cochise County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Carol Capas.
  • Two border agents shot in remote town in Arizona. One agent died, the other was airlifted to hospital
  • There is a multi-agency search for the shooter
  • The area is known to be a major drug corridor
  • The nearby station is named after Brian Terry, a border agent who died in a 2010 shootout near the border
Two week ago the  Border Patrol Station named in honor of fallen agent
Brian Terry, the same station the agents attacked worked (DIVDS photo)
The injured agent was airlifted to a hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. The injured agent was shot in the ankle and buttocks, the Department of Homeland Security said.
The search for the killer is being led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office. The area is currently flooded with agents on horseback and helicopters conducting a search for the suspects.
Smuggling activity typically increases at this time of night and year since the weather is starting to cool from triple-digit figures.
Rep. Darrell Issa , R-Calif., released a statement calling an investigation into the shooting and cautioned about drawing conclusions before “relevant facts are known.”
“This shooting is a tragic reminder of the dangers the brave men and women who guard our borders face every day,” Issa’s statement read.
Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, called the fallen agent a fallen hero.
Two weeks ago, the station was named after Brian Terry, who died in a shootout in December 2010 not far from Tuesday’s shooting. Terry was the last agent fatally shot while on duty.
Terry’s family issued a statement, saying, “We hope that those responsible for this shooting are brought to justice swiftly. The fact that the agents involved in this shooting were assigned to the recently dedicated Brian A. Terry Border Patrol Station in Naco, Ariz., gives us pause to reflect on the life lost and the continued task of keeping our nation safe.”
In Terry’s shooting, two guns found at the scene were bought by a member of a gun-smuggling ring that was being monitored in the Fast and Furious investigation. Critics have knocked U.S. federal authorities for allowing informants to walk away from Phoenix-area gun shops with weapons, rather than immediately arresting.
Sources: US Today and Fox 

Woman Killed by Undercover Border Patrol Agent as She Left Drug House
CHULA VISTA — A woman who was fatally shot by a U.S. Border Patrol agent after hitting him with her car had moments earlier been in an apartment known for drug activity where the agents were trying to arrest a felon, according to new details released by Chula Vista police Tuesday.
Police said Valeria “Munique” Tachiquin Alvarado, 32, struck the agent Friday as she pulled the car away from the curb. A second agent reached into her Honda to remove the keys from the ignition, and she pulled forward and struck the first agent again, this time driving with him on the car’s hood.
The agent, fearing for his life, yelled “Stop!” and then pulled out his gun, firing several rounds to halt the car, officials said.
Alvarado, a married mother of five, was on probation for a 2011 drug-related conviction, police said.
The information from police provides the first detailed look at how the incident unfolded, and aimed to address the questions of family members and residents who doubted the Border Patrol’s initial account.
Several people in the area witnessed parts of the incident, though some of their accounts differed.
The Border Patrol declined to comment Tuesday, citing the ongoing investigation.
According to police, who are leading the investigation into the shooting, a group of plainclothes agents went to an apartment on Moss Street near Oaklawn Avenue shortly before 1 p.m. with an arrest warrant for a felon who had been previously deported and had a history of drug charges.
The unit was known to have prior complaints of drug activity, police Capt. Gary Wedge said.

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