Obama Bumper Stickers and the People Behind Them

Nov 30, 12 Obama Bumper Stickers and the People Behind Them

Posted by in Featured, The Machiavellian

If I have correctly read the ad nauseum analysis of this years elections, those who voted for Obama were either low information voters, Marxists and would be Marxists, African-Americans, and those who receive government interests voting their self-interest. In this case, I’m guessing it is a combination of low information, being a socialist, and voting for continued government benefits. The problem with that is that it isn’t in the self-interest.  So when the inevitable happens, and it will, and the government runs out of money and your benefits dry up, just remember, don’t bother me nor my rifle or my 1000 rounds of ammo. Obama will do nothing in the national interest and if the Republicans agree to anything, it will only be a short-term fix.  The low information, isn’t socialism great people, like this woman, will run straight into the reality cold hard facts. Good luck dealing with that.  Just remember, stay on your side of the...

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Pro-Illegal Immigration, Pro-Child Abuse

Nov 29, 12 Pro-Illegal Immigration, Pro-Child Abuse

Posted by in Featured, Illegal Immigration

Simply put, if you are pro-illegal immigration, then you are pro-child abuse.  Even one child is too many. TAMPA, Fla. – Eleven convicted alien sex offenders and other criminal aliens were arrested as part of a four-day operation conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). The goal of this operation, dubbed “SOAR” (Sex Offender Alien Removal), was to identify, locate and arrest aliens who have convictions for sex crimes, especially sex crimes against children. This operation was coordinated with ERO’s fugitive operations teams throughout central Florida. ERO’s Operation SOAR began Tuesday and ended Friday. “This operation was specifically designed to target and arrest criminal aliens who have been convicted of sex crimes,” said Marc J. Moore, field office director of ERO Miami. “By removing these criminal aliens from our streets and our country, ICE is continuing our commitment to improving public safety in these communities as a whole and for our nation’s children in particular.” Arrests took place in the following counties: Manatee, Hillsborough, Hernando and Orange. The arrested individuals are from the following countries: Jamaica, Mexico, Haiti, Cuba and Ecuador. Criminal summaries of three individuals arrested during this operation include: A 21-year-old man from Jamaica was arrested by ERO officers Thursday in Orange County. He was convicted of felony child abuse, and that conviction related to sex with a child. A 57-year-old man from Haiti was arrested by ERO officers Tuesday in Hillsborough County. He was convicted of sexual battery and burglary of a structure. A 47-year-old man from Mexico was arrested by ERO officers Wednesday in Manatee County. He was convicted of false imprisonment/kidnapping of a minor, along with cocaine possession and domestic...

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Would a Sane Immigration System Allow a Murderer In?

Nov 28, 12 Would a Sane Immigration System Allow a Murderer In?

Posted by in Featured, Illegal Immigration

Another case of allowing criminals to run rampant among American citizens and only after a crime is committed the government acts. Is this good government? HOUSTON — An El Salvador man, wanted in his country for aggravated murder, was deported and turned over to officials of El Salvador Nov. 9 by officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). Edgardo Alfonso Sanchez-Ruiz, 37, was encountered July 25 by officers at the Bellaire Police Department in Texas. While in Bellaire PD custody, the Secure Communities Command Center determined that Sanchez-Ruiz was in the country illegally and he was released into ERO custody July 27. During ERO processing in Houston, an Interpol fugitive warrant revealed that Sanchez-Ruiz was wanted by El Salvadoran officials for aggravated murder. Sanchez-Ruiz was subsequently ordered removed from the U.S. by an immigration judge Oct....

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So, Explain to Me Again How We Grant Amnesty to All

Nov 27, 12 So, Explain to Me Again How We Grant Amnesty to All

Posted by in Featured, Illegal Immigration

In essence, when we grant amnesty, we give legal residence to people we have no clue as to their past, their character, and their suitability to be an American citizen.  Brilliant. CHICAGO – As part of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) ongoing commitment to prioritizing the removal of criminal aliens and egregious immigration law violators, 31 convicted criminal aliens, immigration fugitives and immigration violators were arrested during a two-day operation in the greater Chicago area. This operation concluded Sunday and was conducted by ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations teams in Chicago. Of the 31 arrested, 26 had prior convictions for crimes such as: aggravated assault, weapons offenses, domestic battery, aggravated drunken driving, burglary and drugs. Thirteen of the 31 were immigration fugitives who had been previously ordered to leave the country but failed to depart; the majority of these also had criminal convictions. Six of those arrested had been previously removed from the country and illegally re-entered the United States, which is a felony. Following is the nationality breakdown of the 31 men arrested: Mexico (22), Nigeria (2), Germany (1), Guatemala (1), Honduras (1), Poland (1), Tajikistan (1), Thailand (1) and Venezuela (1). The arrests occurred in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs, including Addison, Cicero, Bolingbrook and Waukegan. Following are summaries of two individuals arrested during this operation: A 51-year-old Mexican national has prior criminal convictions for aggravated assault on a police officer, illegally re-entering the United States after being deported, and domestic battery. He was arrested Nov. 3 at his Naperville residence and remains in ICE custody pending removal to Mexico. A 64-year-old German national has prior criminal convictions for possessing a firearm silencer and theft. He is also an immigration fugitive with an outstanding deportation order. He was arrested Nov. 4 at his Chicago residence and remains in ICE custody pending removal to...

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The Revival of Cincinnati Brewing

Nov 26, 12 The Revival of Cincinnati Brewing

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I’ve never understood bitter beer. Who the hell likes to drink something that is awful. Thankfully the brewers at the new Hudepohl don’t like bitter beer either. This porter is smooth, sweet, and fun to drink. Just like a beer should...

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