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Democratic National Committee chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) seized on remarks by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) in an interview with Breitbart News, citing his desire to address immigration in a government spending bill to argue he's thirsting for a government shutdown. ...byPublished on 08-27-2014 02:52 PM Number of Views: 2189
How Ferguson and Officer Darren Wilson are related to illegal immigration in America
by William Gheen
President of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC)
August 27, 2014
A coalition of groups that are usually focused on fighting against illegal immigration and amnesty, and against Obama and calling for his impeachment, are suddenly focused on a new wider set of issues represented by more than 100 rallies across America this weekend August 29-30.
While those issues will still be represented on the bridges, overpasses, and intersections, Operation American Shield is calling on Americans to come out and show their support for our non-militarized police, veterans, and Border Patrol agents who still support the US Constitution. There will be a special focus on the cases of besieged officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, MO, ...byPublished on 08-27-2014 02:16 PM Number of Views: 606
Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com) Wednesday, August 27, 2014
A coalition of organizations is planning 71 rallies across the country this weekend to rally support for the nation's beleaguered law enforcement ...byPublished on 08-26-2014 02:02 PM Number of Views: 4895
by Tony Lee 26 Aug 2014, 9:07 AM PDT
On Monday evening, California Governor Jerry Brown said all Mexicans, including illegal immigrants,...byPublished on 08-26-2014 03:02 AM Number of Views: 862
Ferguson backlash: Rallies coast-to-coast for officer
Veterans, police, border agents all 'under siege' says organizer
Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was gunned down in a firefight with Mexican gang members at the Arizona-Mexico border in 2010.
Americans plan to take to the streets in nearly 100 U.S. cities this weekend in support of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson as well as a U.S. Marine being held since March 31 in Mexico and the families of two slain Border Patrol agents.
William Gheen of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, one of the groups organizing the rallies, said police, veterans and Border Patrol agents are “under siege” in America.
Published: 25 Aug 2014
He said the mainstream media are promoting a “false narrative” regarding the teen killed while “surrendering” to police in Ferguson, Missouri, the imprisonment of U.S. Marine Andrew Tahmooressi in Mexico and the killing of border agents Brian Terry and Javier Vega Jr.
Officer Darren Wilson
Gheen charged “widespread defamation and abuse” against the men by a biased media and politicians.
Tahmooressi, 26, was jailed by the Mexican government in late March after inadvertently driving across the border with his personal guns in his car. He claimed he was detained for eight hours without charge and denied access to an interpreter.
Vega Jr. was gunned down by illegal aliens while off duty and fishing with his family in Willacy County, Texas.
Terry was shot and killed in 2010 during a firefight at the Arizona-Mexico border. A Mexican man later pleaded guilty to the shooting in a case tied to the Obama administration’s Fast and Furious gun-running scandal.
“People need to understand why border agents Terry and Vega are dead, why Andrew Tahmooressi ...byPublished on 08-26-2014 12:11 AM Number of Views: 768
Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor of Arkansas Associated Press
WASHINGTON—As President Barack Obama contemplates moves to scale back deportations of illegal immigrants, he is courting a battle not just with Republicans but with a few members of his own party.
Some conservative-state Democrats, all in tough election fights this fall, say Mr. Obama would be making an inappropriate end-run around ...byPublished on 08-26-2014 12:09 AM Number of Views: 1112
As President Barack Obama considers enacting executive amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants, USA Today urged him not to do it, saying it would "set a dangerous precedent" ...