November 2012


L.A. Unified cut the ribbon Thursday on the latest of 15 on-campus clinics that’ll offer dental, mental, and sexual health services to the school’s students and neighbors.

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James A. Garfield High School is 99% Latino, Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program 96%, and English language learners 40%.

The first same-sex marriage at the U.S. Military Academy’s Cadet Chapel at West Point will be celebrated Saturday as Brenda Sue Fulton and Penelope Dara Gnesin exchange vows.

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Three people pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to bringing illegal immigrant women to Aiken County to work as prostitutes whose clientele were migrant farm workers.

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The prostitutes were illegal immigrants but none were being held against their will, Pearson said.

“While these guilty pleas will ensure the defendants will be held accountable for their criminal actions, we should also not forget the women who have been rescued from lives of misery as a result of this investigation.”

Once again a corrupt justice system turns invaders into victims. No doubt the whores will be given U Visas and that means that they will be taken care of courtesy taxed to death citizen dollars.

Did ya hear about the Mexican breeder who gave birth, 4 hours later she was protesting her own deportation hearing outside the court house, goes into her deportation hearing, judge cancels her deportation.

CASPER, wyo. — — An attack at a community college in central Wyoming and another location nearby left three people dead Friday morning — a faculty member, another person, and the suspect, who police say used a sharp-edged weapon in the killings.
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NEWS 13 confirms three deaths– two on-campus, one off-campus. Casper Police arrived shortly before 9 a.m. to find a Casper College faculty member was killed. The suspect used a bow-and-arrow type weapon. Casper College issued a statement stating the suspect is dead and added the suspect was not a Casper College student. The suspect was killed in an apparent suicide.

Another death was reported this morning in Casper on Hawthorne and 39th streets. News 13 has not confirmed if this incident is related to the Casper College homicide.

No identities have been released at this time.

Timeline

Utah has been one of the fastest growing states over the last three decades.  Contributing to this growth has been a fast rising foreign-born population, including illegal aliens.  As a result, there has been a rapid increase in the number of Limited English Proficient (LEP) students enrolled in Utah’s public schools.  This number of LEP students in Utah has risen at a much faster rate than overall public school enrollment and in 2011 comprised over 9 percent of the student population in the state.  However, the growth has not been spread evenly throughout the state.  Reflecting the concentration of the foreign-born population, half of all LEP students in the state attend school in just three districts: Granite, Ogden, and Salt Lake City.

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Twitchy has the response…

I don’t believe it’s a failure for Rice. I absolutely believe this is exactly the outcome Obama wanted.

WILLIS, TX (KTRK) — An elderly Montgomery County woman is in jail, accused of scamming people out of tens of thousands of dollars. The alleged victims were immigrants trying to gain legal residency in the US.

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Montgomery County Chief Prosecutor Rob Freyer said, “These people parted with their hard earned money. In exchange for that they got nothing.”

Illegal aliens gave their illegally obtained tax free income to someone to help them obtain illegal documentation.

In other words: Serial criminals getting scammed in the commission of one of their many crimes. It’s called karma, not victimhood.

However, thanks to our corrupt government, these serial criminals are now given victim status and allowed to stay in the U.S. and…taken care of courtesy of taxed to death citizen dollars.

A federal immigration judge announced Thursday that Josemaria Islas, a local undocumented Mexican immigrant whose detention incited widespread controversy, will be released from the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) after posting bond.

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MESA, AZ – Two East Valley high school students were forced to hold hands in front of their classmates as punishment for fighting. Now that punishment is drawing criticism.

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SOUTH LYON, Mich. (WJBK) — A South Lyon performing arts teacher hit a low note with school officials.  She was suspended without pay for playing a song about being gay during class.

It was like any other day at South Lyon’s Centennial Middle School.  Inside Ms. Johnson’s eighth grade performing arts class.  Last Wednesday, a student asked if he could play a song.

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