May 2013


Fox News reports Maritha Nelson’s $240 in food stamps has run out, leaving her $9 in cash and seven people to feed.  The 50-year-old single mother, who entered the U.S. by swimming across the Rio Grande, has government funded housing, medication, and $700 a month in Social Security. She’s been on assistance for 20 years, and wants others to know that help is available.  Florida is teeming with food stamp recruiters…who have a goal: increase federal aid to Florida by $1 billion a year.

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A moderate Republican of Mexican ancestry in a state where Hispanic residents comprise over a quarter of the population, Governor Brian Sandoval signed the bill in a ceremony at the state capitol.

The step comes amid national efforts for immigration reform that saw a U.S. Senate panel approve landmark comprehensive immigration legislation earlier this month that would usher in the biggest changes in immigration policy in a generation if passed by Congress.

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And: Sandoval scratches anti-communist law from books

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — It’s no longer OK to fire someone in Nevada just because they’re a Communist.

Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval signed a bill Wednesday striking down language in an archaic Nevada law that dates back to the Red Scare.

The measure, SB506, is part of an ongoing effort by legislative staff to scratch out obsolete laws still on the books.

Before Wednesday, it was legal for employers to take action against a person who’s a member of the Communist Party or any other organization required to register with the Subversive Activities Control Board.

The board was created by a 1950 federal law sponsored by former U.S. Sen. Pat McCarran, a Nevada Democrat. It investigated people suspected of promoting totalitarian dictatorships in the U.S.

Organizations haven’t been required to register with the board since 1968.

From In Serbia:

Citizens of the Moscow suburb of Reutov have witnessed a previously-unseen procession of illegal aliens arrested by police at a local market. There were so many arrested that police had to form them into a column resembling POWs during WWII.

Police in Reutov suppressed a looming conflict at a local wholesale and retail market on May 27, arresting over a hundred of men armed with knives, metal rods and traumatic pistols, ready to set upon each other as a result of some kind of a conflict of interest between merchants. Many of the arrested turned out to be living and working in Russia illegally.

Because the number of detainees exceeded the capacity of local police prison trucks, officers had to convoy them to the police station on foot, demonstrating outstanding escort guard skills.


This is exactly what we should be doing in the U.S. with our arrogant (mostly Mexican) invaders.

Cruel? Invaders willingly come with the sole purpose of lying, cheating, and thieving from us. They march up and down our streets waving their country of origin flag with one hand while giving us the middle finger with the other hand…while screaming demands (usually in Spanish) that we continue to financially support their Third World unproductive asses. Fuck Em! Round em’ up and March em’ out!

An immigrant living in Texas has been charged with failing to reveal his former membership in Hezbollah when he applied for U.S. citizenship.

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U.S. officials gave instructions for Benghazi Medical Center to use a “John Doe” pseudonym on the death certificate of Ambassador Christopher Stevens after he died of asphyxiation in the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attacks on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya. That’s according to a U.S. official speaking on condition of anonymity because the official isn’t authorized to speak publicly on the matter. The reason for the pseudonym, says the official, was to avoid drawing undue attention to the importance of the victim as Americans rushed to figure out how to recover Stevens’ body and return it to the U.S.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. officials say that after a lengthy delay, the military has opened an investigation into a Taliban attack on a base in southern Afghanistan last September that killed two Marines and destroyed six Marine aircraft.

Marine Maj. Gen. Charles M. Gurganus was the senior commander in charge at the time. Officials said Thursday that his promotion to three stars has been placed on hold pending the outcome of the investigation.

The probe by U.S. Central Command will seek to determine whether anyone in the U.S. military chain of command — including Gurganus — was at fault for failing to prevent or stop an attack that destroyed almost an entire squadron of Marine AV-8B Harrier jets valued at $200 million. Fifteen Taliban fighters breached the base’s perimeter without being seen.

In its latest effort to protect followers of Islam in the U.S. the Obama Justice Department warns against using social media to spread information considered inflammatory against Muslims, threatening that it could constitute a violation of civil rights.

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The next welfare scandal is going to be the huge balances on some of these EBT cards.

Wait until the Department of Terrorist Assistance (DTA) finally coughs up how much money is on these cards. And yes, Gov. Deval Patrick, this is another one of those “anecdotes.”

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