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U.S. Congresswoman wounded, federal judge and five others killed in Arizona attack

That was fast.  Amidst all of the finger pointing from both sides concerning who's fault it was, the politicians are vying for advantage to push agendas.  Incidentally, I believe the blame falls squarely on THE SHOOTER since he's the one who made the choice and pulled the trigger.  But hey, what do I know.  Here's an update on the happenings down in Tucson from .

You didn't think that they would let a good crisis go to waste, did you?

One of the fiercest gun-control advocates in Congress, Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.), pounced on the shooting massacre in Tucson Sunday, promising to introduce legislation as soon as Monday targeting the high-capacity ammunition the gunman used.

“My staff is working on looking at the different legislation fixes that we might be able to do and we might be able to introduce as early as tomorrow,” McCarthy told POLITICO in a Sunday afternoon phone interview.

Gun control activists cried it was time to reform weapons laws in the United States, almost immediately after a gunman killed six and injured 14 more, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, in Arizona on Saturday.

Russell Pearce on Why the 14th Amendment Bars "Anchor Babies"

AZ Senate Speaker Russell Pearce, co-author of SB1070, discusses why his upcoming legislation banning "birthright citizenship" is supported by the 14th Amendment, its drafters' intent, and two supreme Court cases prior to Kim Wong Ark. Pearce expresses optimism that the Supreme Court will do the right thing, and restore the original intent that has been corrupted by courts and Administrations for decades to permit a massive stealth amnesty.


Murdered border agent armed only with non-lethal bean bag rounds?

As stated at , this is yet to be confirmed.  I'll post back if I get more details, but this would indeed be par for the course; reducing security, opening the borders, putting the well-being of those who break the law above those who enforce the law.

Unconfirmed, but unsurprising: Border Agent Brian Terry, killed presumably by Mexicans at the border, is said to have been armed only with .

Meanwhile, the Mexicans are .

DHS has released virtually no information about the incident, likely confirming yet another example of gross malfeasance by Big Sis and her crew.

The hopes for the best:

Global Entry Trusted Traveler Program sounds like the perfect way to keep the borders secure. Or not.

This is chock full of Surprise Answer a few questions, get your biometrics recorded, 10 minute background check, and come right in.  Once you're here, Janet Napolitano will be your personal bodyguard.  From :

As violent drug cartels take over Mexico and expand their criminal enterprises north, the United States has signed a “trusted traveler” agreement that allows pre-screened Mexican airline passengers to bypass lengthy airport security checkpoints.

The foreigners will get “trusted traveler cards” with fingerprints and other biometric data and they must answer customs declarations questions on touch-screen kiosks before leaving airport inspection areas. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano claims it’s a way to enhance information sharing and mutual security in the face of

Harry Reid pushes four versions of the DREAM Act at the same time

.  First, why four versions, each slightly different?  The main bits are the same, so I can only imagine that he is trying to figure out which one can be slid through.

Senate Majority Leader has pushed four different versions of the controversial immigration bill known as the DREAM Act without a hearing on any of them, drawing outrage from the top Republican on the committee that would have handled the package.


Since September, his deputy Sen. , D-Ill., has introduced four slightly different versions all bearing the same name. Reid has moved them all to the calendar -- he appears to be teeing up for a test vote, which could happen sometime later this week, on the latest version introduced on Tuesday.

Second, why no hearings?  This seems like a shell game to me.

Ten things you should know about the DREAM Act and the potential Congressional 180 on immigration

As Congress takes a look at amnesty, the DREAM Act, anchor babies, and other immigration related items, Senator Jeff Sessions lists these 10 facts you we should be aware of over .  Click on over to get a description of each one.

Bill Maher: Am I racist to feel alarmed by the thought of Islam taking over the western world?

Breitbart had this over at :

While Jon Stewart puts on his safely PC Detached Irony Mock-Fest a little later today, keep this unexpected moment from last night’s Real Time with Bill Maher in mind. After noting that Mohammed is now the most popular name for newborns in Britain, Bill Maher stopped his panel and audience cold by asking, “Am I racist to feel alarmed by that? Because I am. And it’s not because of the race, it’s because of the religion. I don’t have to apologize, do I, for not wanting the Western world to be taken over by Islam in 300 years?”


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