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Criminal illegal aliens' deportation cases dropped, but *your* every move is tracked

Two completely separate stories, but they add up to complete confusion.  First, Homland Security is systematically against illegals even if they have prior convictions.  Huh?  So even the fact that it is their job to catch and deport those who have entered the U.S. illegally, they choose not to?  Not even if they are convicted criminals?

In a remarkable move that has stunned the legal profession, the Department of Homeland Security is systematically dismissing pending deportation cases against illegal aliens, even when the offenders have been previously convicted of crimes in the U.S.

The government agency charged with keeping America safe quietly began about a month ago, according to a story in Texas’s largest newspaper. The effort began in Houston and has baffled local immigration attorneys who say the government dismissed their clients’ deportation even when expulsion was virtually guaranteed. “It was absolutely fantastic,” said one lawyer who had three cases dismissed this week.

But that won't stop government agencies from of the Constitution with citizens though.  Apparently it is just fine to bug and track anyone who is foolish enough to park in their own driveway.  Fourth Amendment?  Search warrant?  Who needs 'em.

Government agents can sneak onto your property in the middle of the night, put a GPS device on the bottom of your car and keep track of everywhere you go. This doesn't violate your Fourth Amendment rights, because you do not have any reasonable expectation of privacy in your own driveway - and no reasonable expectation that the government isn't tracking your movements.

That is the bizarre - and scary - rule that now applies in California and eight other Western states. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, which covers this vast jurisdiction, recently decided the government can monitor you in this way virtually anytime it wants - with no need for a search warrant.

It's all backwards and upside down, I tell you. All backwards and upside down.

Yet another battle in Arizona surrounding immigration

A Tuscon school district is under the microscope by the AZ state Department of Public Education.  The district has "Raza Studies" classes () that the DPE wants  to make sure is in compliance with H.B. 2281, a bill that "prohibits a school district or charter school from including courses or classes that either promote the overthrow of the United States government or promote resentment toward a race or class of people."

The state has asked for a video of the course but the district has told the them that they will not comply.

The says his agency will consider a refusal by the to videotape its "Raza studies" classes as evidence the district is "deliberately" concealing its agenda.

The state had asked Tucson, in view of a new state law that takes effect at the end of this year that bans promoting to students "the overthrow of the United States government" and other issues, to record its "Raza" classes this fall to document what is being taught.

No, said Tucson officials.

So the state, which starting Jan. 1 can withhold 10 percent of the district's state funding, confirmed it would cite that refusal when the dispute comes up for judicial review.

When the funds are withheld, said a state letter to the district, "You will have the right to appeal to an administrative law judge. If you agree to this videotape, it will be helpful evidence to the administrative law judge. If you refuse, we will offer that refusal as evidence to the administrative law judge that the school district has deliberately hidden facts that would show that the district is in non-compliance with H.B. 2281."

The new law was adopted this year by the legislature and . But it largely has been overshadowed by the international furor over the state's plan to make illegal under state law what already is illegal under federal law – being in the state without permission.

Illegal immigrants may get "relief" without Congressional action or citizen consent

If at first you don't succeed, try the back door.  :

The Obama Administration has a secret backup plan to grant illegal immigrants amnesty in case Congress doesn’t pass legislation to do it, according to an internal Homeland Security document recently exposed by a conservative news magazine.

The backdoor amnesty plan, devised by high-ranking officials at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), aims to enact “meaningful immigration reform absent legislative action.” In other words, without the consent of the American people through a vote in Congress, as the that broke the story points out.

The plan calls for “relief” to “reduce the threat of removal for certain individuals present in the United States without proper authorization” in the absence of congressional action on immigration reform. The agency “can extend benefits and/or protections” to many illegal aliens if federal lawmakers fail to act, according to the 11-page memo titled

This includes “deferred action” delaying deportation indefinitely, granting green cards, allowing illegal immigrants to remain in the U.S. indefinitely while they seek legal status (known as “parole in place”) and expanding the definition of “extreme hardships” so any illegal alien could meet the criteria and remain in the country.

The covert amnesty project, created by political appointees at USCIS, seems to ignore a crucial fact: The United States Constitution specifically grants Congress the authority to decide federal immigration law. Currently, the measure enacted by Congress prohibits registration of illegal entrants who are present in the country. A portion of the law even addresses classes of aliens ineligible for visas or admission by stating that an alien present in the United States without being admitted or paroled, or who arrives in the United States at any time or place other than as designated by the Attorney General is inadmissible.

Protests in Phoenix get confusing: Immigration? Communism? Revolucion?

A support rally for the Arizona law enforcing illegal immigration laws was held on July 31, 2010.  A protest by dissenters was also held at the same location.  But I'm confused?  Were they against SB1070?  Were they against the Tea Party?  Capitalism?  The United States?  How about all of the above Confused

More at :

On one side you have decent, normal Americans who want to defend their country from invasion and uphold the rule of law. On the other, you have repulsive collectivist lowlifes who travel hundreds of miles to defile our sacred symbols and prevent patriots from speaking. Choose one side or the other; there is no in-between.

Expansion of Islam in America and the Ground Zero mosque

Sent to me by different sources, the information and video below are both related and very interesting.  Read it, watch it, and come to your own conclusions.

Islam is not a religion, nor is it a cult. In its fullest form, it is a complete, total, 100% system of life.  Islam has religious, legal, political, economic, social, and military components. The religious component is a beard for all of the other components. Islamization begins when there are sufficient Muslims in a country to agitate for their religious privileges.  When politically correct, tolerant, and culturally diverse societies agree to Muslim demands for their religious privileges, some of  the other components tend to creep in as well.

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Multiple polls show a majority of Americans side with Arizona on immigration laws

Not that the wishes of the majority of citizens has stopped this administration from doing whatever it wanted in the past <*cough*ObamaCare*cough*>.  According to polls, those who side with Arizona lead 2 to 1 over those who don't.  But wait, there's more.  Not only do the people think Arizona has done the right thing, there is a high percentage that want a similar law in their own state.

In a major blow for the Obama Administration just months before the midterm elections, an overwhelming majority of Americans oppose the federal government’s lawsuit against Arizona’s new immigration control law.

Most Americans, not only back  Arizona’s measure, they support a similar bill aimed at restricting illegal immigration in their own state, according to a pair of national polls released this week. First a Rasmussen Reports survey divulged that the president’s lawsuit against Arizona while only 28% agree with it. In the same survey 61% of respondents said they would like to see a similar law in their state.

A separate poll, conducted by  Gallup, says that 50% of all Americans are while only 33% favor it. As one points out; with less than four months before his first midterm election, President Obama's lawsuit against Arizona's new illegal immigrant law is running against a strong tide of American support for the measure.

None of this is surprising since practically every poll conducted after Arizona’s law passed in April has revealed that most Americans support the measure to curb illegal immigration. In one national survey a boycott of Arizona over the new law and in another a substantial majority said they want a decrease in illegal immigrants and more agents to secure the Mexican border.

None of this has stopped the president from wasting U.S. tax dollars to block a border state desperately trying to survive a crisis created, in part, by the federal government’s negligence. Modeled after the federal statute, Arizona’s law makes it a state crime to be in the U.S. illegally, bans “sanctuary city” policies and allows local police to inquire about suspects’ immigration status.

That “unconstitutionally” interferes with federal immigration responsibilities, according to the Justice Department filed on behalf of the Obama Administration this week. Attorney General Eric Holder acknowledges that but “setting immigration policy and enforcing immigration laws is a national responsibility.” If only the feds would do their job.

Well then, get on with the enforcing Mr. Holder.

Dear Best Country in the World: A letter from an ex-Soviet Immigrant

This is reposted from .  I was two years old when this gentleman emigrated from the USSR to the US and I found his story enlightening.  He has lived under the socialist state of Russian communism and now has a warning to deliver.  It is a long letter, but worth reading.  Maybe we can learn from his experience.

Dear ex-compatriots who once lived under the socialist regimes of the Soviet Union, Poland, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Cuba, China, Albania, Vietnam, Cambodia, the Venezuela of Chavez, the Argentina of Peron, and others of similar life experience!

I was born in the Soviet Union and was lucky to part with socialism and lucky & privileged to become the US citizen. However during last year and a half I am becoming increasingly concerned about the direction American leaders are steering our country to. More and more the US resembles the world you & I were fortunate to leave behind. More and more it now resembles the path Russia took a century ago – and we all know the devastating results this “experiment” caused. This is the very same path Greece recently chosen in trying to achieve another “just society.”

For years the United States was the island of sanity in the ocean of pain, suffering and injustice in which most of the world was drowning. The countries that were able to stand against tyrannies and make life bearable for their citizens did so in large part because the US was backing them with its might. If America falls, world as we know it will end. Without a strong America we will soon see China establishing its hegemony over Asia; Russia will strengthen its muscles and take back Eastern Europe; Hugo Chavez and brothers Castro will run Latin America; and a wide swath of the globe stretching from North Africa through the Middle East to Indonesia and perhaps the Philippines will become radically Muslim - fanatically massacring “infidels.”

Please read Letter to America below and (if you agree with the content) sign it, and forward it to all your friends, relatives, co-workers and pen pals. Ask your spouse and kids over age eighteen to sign it as well. Even if you never lived in a socialist country but share our concerns, we are asking you to stand with us. When signing Letter to America please choose the field “I didn't experience socialism firsthand but I agree with you.”

Thank you all for your willingness to raise your voice and defend freedom! You & I now have an opportunity and obligation to help America, to do something for all the good we so generously received from this wonderful country.

Our voices will make a difference!

Letter to America
Written by people who came from where Obama is taking America to

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