Judge Jeanine Pirro – Crisis At The Border with Louie Gohmert

The good judge has Rep. Gohmert on to discuss the border crisis and Zero’s Executive order threat. The judge also has Sheriff Thompson from Massachusetts on to discuss the stupidity of laws passed by some states that allows illegals to get away with circumventing our laws. This is crazy. What part of ILLEGAL doesn’t anyone understand? Ready.. aim.. fire. It’s a simple solution. I am past tired of this shit. ~ Hardnox

The Letter from the Sheriff in Ohio

From Fox News: As a follow-up to my piece from Sunday about the Ohio Sheriff who billed Mexico’s President Nieto for the illegals in his jail, I’d like to share with you his actual letter. A huge thanks to our awesome Mrs. AL for finding it. Enrique Pena Nieto, President Jose Antonio Meade Kuribrena, Secretary of Foreign Affairs Dear Distinguished Gentlemen, I am the duly-elected Sheriff of Butler County, Ohio, in the United States of America, located approximately 1,500 miles northeast of the US-Mexican border. Over the past 10 years, I have personally observed large numbers of Mexican aliens settling … Continue reading

Mother of Slain Mexican Teen Suing US Border Patrol

From Yahoo/Reuters: Lawyers for the mother of a Mexican teenager fatally shot by U.S. border police filed a U.S. federal civil rights lawsuit on Tuesday, calling the killing “brazen and lawless” and the latest example of agents using excessive force. The lawsuit says unnamed U.S. Border Patrol agents violated the constitutional rights of Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez, who was 16 years old when he died in the cross-border shooting from Arizona into Nogales, Mexico, in October 2012. An autopsy by Mexican authorities found the teen was shot seven times from behind. “I want to know who assassinated my son and … Continue reading

Eyes on the Line

From TucsonNewsNow: In case you’ve been wondering what those patriots and militia guys were doing at the border here’s a piece from last week that gives some very good insight into how they’re assisting the Border Patrol. Dozens of eyes are watching our nation’s border in Tucson tonight, and it is not just the trained eyes of border patrol agents. It is concerned citizens who are arming themselves, trekking into dangerous cartel territory, all to keep an eye on the line. To find out what exactly they are doing out there, and what they are seeing, Tucson News Now decided … Continue reading

Ohio Sheriff Bills Mexico for Illegals in His Jail

  From The Blaze: Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones said Friday that he sent a letter to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, charging him for all the illegals in his jail. What happened next? The Ohio sheriff told Dana Loesch: “The federal government sends me a letter and said I violated a treaty of like, 1790.” When Loesch asked for more information, Jones continued: “I sent him a bill for the prisoners that are in my jail. They came here illegally. I’ve not gotten any money from them, but I billed them so much per prisoner. And I’ll tell you what … Continue reading

Gov Perry Putting National Guard on the Border

From wregChannel3: Gov. Rick Perry will send 1,000 National Guard troops to help secure the southern border, where tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors from Central America have illegally crossed into the United States this year in a surge that is deemed a humanitarian crisis. Perry will also call on President Barack Obama and Congress to hire an additional 3,000 border patrol agents for the Texas border, which would eventually replace the temporary guard forces, according to a person in his office with knowledge of his plans. He will make the announcement later Monday in Austin. Perry’s state has received … Continue reading

Border Patrol Taking Fire From Cartels

From Fox News: Cartels suspected as high-caliber gunfire sends Border Patrol scrambling on Rio Grande U.S. Border Patrol agents on the American side of the Rio Grande were forced to take cover Friday night when high-caliber weaponry was fired at them from the Mexican side of the river, sources told FoxNews.com. The weapons were fired at the U.S. side of the riverbank in the area of the Rincon Peninsula across the Rio Grande from Reynosa, Mexico, at about 8:30 p.m., sources said. Bullets ricocheted into an area where Border Patrol agents were positioned, Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, told FoxNews.com. Border Patrol sources … Continue reading

The View From the Front Line

After seeing Garnet’s great piece yesterday about the Texas Navy, I remembered I had this story buried in my to-do pile. It’s from a couple of weeks ago and was written by Genevieve Wood, who is associated with The Heritage Foundation, The Foundry and the Daily Signal. She took a ride with the Texas DPS on the Rio Grande near McAllen, Texas. Here’s her story and her pictures, which give you a good idea of the geography in that area. From The Daily Signal: • Drug cartels are helping would-be immigrants cross the border. • Border officials: 3 of 4 people … Continue reading

The Texas Navy

Texas has a navy? Who knew? Well, it is a small one, but it is quite good at what it’s designed to do: slow (or stop) the unimpeded crossing of the Rio Grande River separating the U.S. from Mexico. Smugglers, both drug and human variants, have been able to cross into the U.S. without fear of being stopped by the Border Control. They’ve used boats, jet skis, various types of water craft and floating debris to cross the river and our federal government (apparently) hasn’t been concerned with stopping them. Enter the Texas Navy… The black and white patrol vessels … Continue reading

Subdued for Her Own Protection

From WND: The California Highway Patrol claims the officer subdued the woman for her own protection, but passing motorists captured the scene on video that reveals instead, what witnesses are calling “brutal” excessive force. David Diaz, a music producer, was on the on-ramp from La Brea Avenue to the Interstate-10 Freeway in Los Angeles earlier this week, when he captured on video a woman meandering toward the highway. A CHP officer then approached the woman, wrestled her to the ground and began pummeling her, punching her repeatedly in the head while Diaz and his friends looked on in horror. The … Continue reading

SWAT Team Decimated Empty House

A SWAT Team in Renton, WA spent 4 hours bombarding a house with rockets and grenades, totally destroying the house, only to learn the suspect they were pursuing didn’t even live there. Now the home owner is out thousands of dollars with little chance of being repaid. This is reckless and irresponsible behavior and these types of raids are getting out of hand. I’m not one for adding more new laws, but there ought to be a way for homeowners to be compensated for damages. ~Kathy

Civilian Militia Headed to Texas & Arizona Borders

From the Conservative Tribune: Civilian militia groups, including several present during the Bureau of Land Management incident at the Clive Bundy Ranch in Nevada, are responding to the growing humanitarian crisis in Texas. As federal Customs and Border Protection agents remain completely overwhelmed by the increasing flood of illegal immigrants across America’s southern border, the state of Texas has announced a “Texas Border Surge,” and the militia groups are responding. Militia representatives announced during a recent conference call that they have approximately 500 militia troops on Arizona’s southern border as well as an advance group in the Laredo, Texas area. … Continue reading

Texas Announced Spending on Border Security

From GregAbbott.com: AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The state’s Republican leadership has authorized the Texas Department of Public Safety to spend about $1.3 million per week to fund operations to fight what they describe as a surge of illegal immigration along the Texas-Mexico border, the GOP leaders announced Wednesday evening. Governor Rick Perry, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and House Speaker Joe Straus said in a joint statement that spending on the “law enforcement surge operations” comes as the result of “the absence of adequate resources to secure the border.” The surge would continue until year’s end. Last week, Texas Attorney General … Continue reading

A Border Patrol Agent Speaks Out

Dennis Michael Lynch went to south Texas last week and spoke with several agents. Here’s his interview with one of them. Last week, I visited South Texas for the second time in two years.  Once again, I was blown away with the lack of border enforcement.   Although I must admit, the situation is now ten times worse than it was when I visited in 2013. I am constantly receiving messages from Border Patrol Agents who want to share information.   During my trip last week, I met with three agents from various sectors.  Each told me similar stories which send shivers down … Continue reading

Thirty Shot, Four Fatalities Within 24 Hours

From NBC News Chicago: …and it happened in…you guessed it…Chicago.  Originally the story read 22 people were shot with 3 fatalities, but it was updated later to 30 and 4. Nearly two dozen people were shot, three of them fatally, in shootings across Chicago since Friday. The weekend’s first fatal shooting took place around 1:45 p.m. Friday in the 1900 block of West Howard Street in the city’s Rogers Park neighborhood when an 18-year-old man was found with gunshot wounds to his torso and back, police said. Police responded to the scene after receiving reports of shots fired in the area … Continue reading

World Bank warns of food riots as rising food prices push world populations toward revolt.

NaturalNews by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger Friday, May 30, 2014 A new report issued by the World Bank (1) warns that food prices are skyrocketing globally, with wheat up 18 percent and corn up 12 percent this quarter. Ukraine, one of the largest wheat exporters in the world, has suffered a 73 percent increase in domestic wheat costs. Argentina has seen wheat prices skyrocket 70 percent. According to the World Bank, these price increases have been caused primarily by three factors: 1) Sharply higher demand for food in China, 2) U.S. drought conditions that hammered wheat production, and 3) unrest … Continue reading

Inside the Ring: Memo outlines Obama’s plan to use the military against citizens

The Washington Times By Bill Gertz Wednesday, May 28, 2014 A 2010 Pentagon directive on military support to civilian authorities details what critics say is a troubling policy that envisions the Obama administration’s potential use of military force against Americans. The directive contains noncontroversial provisions on support to civilian fire and emergency services, special events and the domestic use of the Army Corps of Engineers. The troubling aspect of the directive outlines presidential authority for the use of military arms and forces, including unarmed drones, in operations against domestic unrest. “This appears to be the latest step in the administration’s decision to use force within … Continue reading

Retribution and Social Repatriation (Part 1)

This one ought to really get the juices flowing.  Like all the others, it’s a place to start from.  Keep some, trash some, use some as a stepping stone to new ideas – but start looking at changes. A.   The sentence assigned a convicted defendant in a criminal case shall include: 1.    Restitution of all costs and items incurred by the victim. 2.    Payment of personal damages to victim of 250% restitution or $100,000.oo, whichever is less. 3.    Actual government costs of the criminal investigation and trial. a.    The costs to the government may be avoided by the defendant … Continue reading