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In the Year Since the First Islamic State Attack on American Soil, These Muslims Confirmed ‘the War Has Just Begun’

Today is the first anniversary of the Islamic State’s first attack in the homeland.

Just a couple of short months later, in response to the Chattanooga jihadi who slaughtered four Marines, one Navy officer said: “The War Has Just Begun. More to Come.”

He was right. Yet one year after jihadis attacked our...

Mexican Cartels Moving Terrorists Across Southern U.S. Border
New American

According to Judicial Watch, for some time Mexican drug cartels have been helping Islamic terrorists now living in Mexico to cross the U.S. border in order to explore possible areas of attack in the United States. The wachdog group reports:

Among the jihadists that travel back and forth through the porous southern...

US Working With UN To Develop New Mechanisms To Admit More Central American Children
Daily Caller
The Obama administration is working with the United Nations to develop “new mechanisms” to process more Central American unaccompanied minors as refugees in their home countries before flying them to the U.S., a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) contends.   And, according to analysis from Nayla Rush...
Anti-Trump Protesters Show Their True Colors With Mexican Flags
Daily Caller

...In Orange County Thursday, thousands of demonstrators — the vast majority of them Hispanic — held a “Fuck Trump” rally outside of Trump’s first campaign event in the Golden State.

Brandishing Mexican flags and signs bearing language unfit for primetime television, activists were whipped into a violent fury over...

Governor Jan Brewer Claims Voter Fraud
The People of Arizona got Cheated, I Got Cheated & the Trump Delegates got Cheated
D.C. Clothesline

There are clearly shenanigans that are going on in the GOP primaries, as well as the Democrat primaries, and now Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is claiming voter fraud in the wake of Cruz supporters picking up 26 of the 28 at-large delegates and half of the 27 congressional district delegates.

Since Cruz won unbound...

New Jersey Withdraws from Federal Refugee Resettlement Program
Gov. Chris Christie has withdrawn the state of New Jersey from participation in the U.S. Refugee Resettlement program, and Obama administration officials are working quickly to claim the federal government can continue to resettle refugees in the Garden State.   “Federal officials held a conference call Friday morning [...
Mexico Is Sending Us Colonists, Not Immigrants
“Mexico First” has been the open, avowed policy of the government of Mexico for a generation, and Mexico expects its former residents to be loyal to Mexico for the next 200 years.   Yet, when Donald Trump calls for an “America First” foreign policy, as he did in a speech this past week, he is denounced by pundits and the...
Protesters clash with cops at California Trump rally: Hundreds of Mexican flag-waving demonstrators...
Daily Mail

Police clashed with hundreds of protesters outside Donald Trump's rally in Southern California on Thursday night.

At least one police car was smashed up as hundreds of demonstrators – many of them waving Mexican flags – took to the streets outside the Pacific Amphitheater in Costa Mesa, Orange County where Trump was...

Trump prompts rush to citizenship
Press Enterprise, Riverside, CA
Anti-immigrant [anti illegal alien] rhetoric from the campaign trail is encouraging Latino immigrants to become U.S. citizens with one goal in mind: to vote against GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump.   That energy is seen in citizenship workshops across Southern California.   Community organizers in the Inland...
The real cost of the Administration's reckless, lawless immigration policies
Californians for Population Stabilization

On April 19, the House Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security conducted a hearing on the topic, “The Real Victims of a Reckless and Lawless Immigration Policy: Families and Survivors Speak Out on the Real Cost of This Administration’s Policies.”

I urge you to watch the entire video of that important...

Fake kidnapping scam targets Mexican Coloradans with relatives in Mexico
Officials say tracking offenders in phone scams is a challenge
Denver Post

Law enforcement officials are looking out for a new scam — virtual kidnapping...

The Aurora Police Department has taken three reports since December where people have wired money supposedly to pay a ransom for a kidnapped relative...

"Folks who have come from Mexico legally or illegally are less apt to...

ICE under fire for releasing thousands of illegal aliens with rap sheets
Fox News

The Obama administration took fire at a House hearing Thursday for releasing back into society thousands of illegal immigrants who had committed crimes on U.S. soil – including those behind more than 200 murders.

“These are people that were here illegally, got caught committing a crime, were convicted of that crime...

Kenya Builds Wall Along Somali Border to Keep Jihadists Out
Kenya has announced it will begin erecting a nearly 435-mile-long wall along its northeastern border with Somalia to stem the flow of jihadists from the Somali terrorist group al-Shabaab.   “This wall will help us check on people like al-Shabaab from crossing to and from Somalia. We will not limit movement of other people...
U.S. plots with United Nations to expand Syrian refugees from 10,000 to 200,000
Washington Examiner

In a move around the standard refugee settlement process in America, the United Nations and the administration are scheming to find other ways to boost the number of Syrians entering the country, from 10,000 this year to possibly 200,000.

U.S. officials, meeting with United Nations human rights officials in Geneva...

Mexico: Cartel Gunfights Mean No More Fun in Acapulco
Limits To Growth

Mexico’s beautiful west coast city of Acapulco used to be a safe and pleasant place for Americans to vacation... 

But in recent years, tourists have been avoiding Acapulco because of worsening cartel violence. On Sunday night, gunmen attacked a police station in the city — is that crime or civil war?


Shift to Colorado primary could mean goodbye to Super Tuesday
Complete Colorado
Future presidential primaries in June?   It’s possible that the Colorado legislature will re-establish the presidential primary that lasted for three elections (1992, 1996, 2000) but it won’t be in the form that the House State Affairs Committee approved on Monday.   House Bill 1454 escaped committee on a party-line...
Colorado County GOP Chair: Errors with Ted Cruz’s Delegate Win, Might Need Do-Over
The chairwoman of the Boulder County GOP has admitted that grave errors affected the Colorado Republican caucus, in which Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) won a clean sweep of 34 delegates without opening up the process to voting by everyday citizens.   Breitbart News has obtained an email that Boulder County GOP chairwoman Peg Cage...
Obama's sovereignty-slamming legacy tour
Hillary Clinton is on the wrong side of 3 chief campaign issues
World Net Daily
President Obama quietly slipped out of the country last week for a world tour intended to enhance his “legacy” as a globalist...   Obama even published an op-ed in Britain’s Daily Telegraph to urge the U.K. to stay in the European Union. Suggesting that national sovereignty is merely a relic of the past that “we all...
Victims of Alien Crime: Cruz Commits ‘Treason’ in Alliance with Kasich
Certain American victims of illegal alien crime say Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) should be “charged with treason” for his decision to team up with pro-amnesty Governor John Kasich in order to nullify the votes of Donald Trump supporters.   “They both ought to be charged with treason,” said Billy Inman, whose son 16-year-old Dustin...
Rape Trees, Dead Migrants and the Consequences of an Open Border
Many of the most caring people in the U.S. think they are helping the poor from Latin America by leaving our Southwest border wide open between ports-of-entry, but they are not. Several of the transnational criminal organizations (cartels) operating in Central America and Mexico make an estimated one-third or more of their...
18,000 Illegal Aliens Caught in 5 Months — In Single Texas Sector
Nearly 18,000 illegal aliens were apprehended by Border Patrol agents in just one sector of the Texas/Mexico border, the Laredo Sector.   Border Patrol agents assigned to the Laredo Sector had an impressive first five months of the current fiscal year which began in October 2015. 17,945 apprehensions were made of illegal...
Obama nears Bush import record on 'problematic' refugees
U.S. opens doors to 1.2% of Somalia's Muslim population
For all the talk about the security risks of Muslim “refugees” coming from Syria, little is said about another refugee program that has been delivering thousands of Muslims annually to U.S. cities for 33 years.   That country is Somalia, which, just like Syria, is a hotbed of Sunni jihad terrorism and warring factions of...
Earth Day: A Time To Remember When Tightening The Border Topped The Green Agenda
The Daily Caller

Forty-six years ago today, America held it’s very first Earth Day, an event credited with the birth of the modern environmental movement. The annual observance was intended by the day’s founder, Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin, as a time to contemplate our natural world and to encourage efforts to conserve and protect...

Immigration in the Presidential Campaign, Part 1
The chance of a political lifetime for real reform
Center for Immigration Studies
A new series by the Center for Immigration Studies explores immigration in the presidential campaign and the post-election immigration system that may replace the present policies of non-enforcement and massive, record-breaking numbers of legal immigrants and illegal aliens. Part One examines the public's powerful voice that...
The Battle Over "One Person, One Vote," Has Just Begun
The American Prospect

The Supreme Court's Evenwel v. Abbott ruling is not the final word in the debate over equal representation, and some states will resort to ballot initiatives to win the right to draw district lines based on population alone.

After the Supreme Court’s politically consequential decision in Evenwel v. Abbott this month,...