Monthly Archives: June 2019

“Del Rio Sector Border Patrol agents have apprehended people from over 45 countries around the world,” said Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul L. Ortiz.

Drivers licenses and free health care too?!  Muchas gracias racist gringos!

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Del Rio Border Patrol Sector Arrests Two Large Groups of Over 100

Release Date:

June 27, 2019

Total of Three Large Groups This Fiscal Year

Del Rio, Texas U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Del Rio Station arrested two large groups, one consisting of 105 illegal aliens, and the other with 205. Continue reading

The ACLU works diligently to ensure illegal aliens are not inconvenienced by law enforcement while traversing the Commonwealth’s highways and byways

Are Pa. state police profiling Latino motorists? Yes, the ACLU says in federal lawsuit

By Matt Miller |

Are Pennsylvania state troopers illegally using racial profiling to target Latino motorists for traffic stops so they can check their immigration status?

Yes, the American Civil Liberties Union contends in the second of two federal lawsuits on the dispute that it has filed against the state police since April.

In the new suit, filed in U.S. Middle District Court in Harrisburg, the ACLU cites five cases – two in Cumberland County and one each in Adams, York and Bucks counties – where it claims troopers confronted drivers merely because of their Latino appearance.


The once-a-decade count helps states that harbor large populations of illegal immigrants gain and keep congressional seats.

“Is this person a citizen of the United States?”

Supreme Court blocks census citizenship question

BBC News|19 hours ago

The US Supreme Court has blocked the Trump administration from adding a question on citizenship to the 2020 census for the time being. Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court’s liberal justices …



The Supremes To Issue 2018 Term’s Final Dictum

Supreme Court to Rule on Citizenship Question in 2020 Census, Limits for Redrawing of Political Districts

KTLA-TV Los Angeles|11 minutes ago

The Supreme Court Building is seen on Dec. 24, 2018, in Washington DC. Two issues that could determine the distribution of political power for the next decade await resolution on the Supreme …

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto agrees with Wolf, saying Pittsburgh would also welcome more Syrian refugees

Wolf Says Pennsylvania Will Accept Syrian Refugees

Mayor Bill Peduto also supports bringing refugees to Pittsburgh

By Jon DelanoNovember 16, 2015 at 4:53 pm

Wolf, a Democrat, said Monday that the federal government believes it can handle an additional 10,000 refugees that the White House said in September that it would accept from Syria.



“Alowemer, who was born in Daraa, Syria, arrived in the US in 2016 as a resettling refugee…”

Syrian refugee planned to blow up church in Pittsburgh on pledging allegiance to ISIS but is arrested with bomb making equipment after telling FBI agent the attack would ‘shock the enemies of Allah all over America’

  • Mustafa Mousab Alowemer planned to attack small church in north Pittsburgh
  • Arresting cops found nails, batteries and other bomb-making equipment
  • Had planned two bombs – one on side of the church in an initial attack and another to hit first-responders
  • Caught by undercover agent posing as terrorist who he met four times to discuss the horrific attack

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Deported dad couldn’t see daughter graduate, so she met him at border

American Dad will NEVER see daughter graduate because she was killed by an illegal alien



Shooting Suspect In DR Also Wanted For Shooting In Pennsylvania


Suspect sought in David Ortiz shooting also wanted in Reading attempted murder

Authorities in the Dominican Republic are still searching for several men in connection with the shooting that injured David Ortiz. One of those men is also wanted in a Reading, Pennsylvania shooting Continue reading

The Cheap Taxpayer Subsidized Labor Must Continue Unimpeded

Republican warning on Trump’s Mexico tariffs: Don’t do it

YAHOO!|3 days ago
Republican warning on Trump’s Mexico tariffsWashington (AFP) – US Republicans including powerful allies of Donald Trump pushed back strongly Tuesday against the president’s threat to slap tariffs on Mexican imports, warning the move … t come to that and we don’t go down this road, but we’ll …

PSP commissioner gets permanent title

The Scranton Times-Tribune|6 hours ago

A Wilkes-Barre native has been appointed commissioner of Pennsylvania State Police, authorities announced Thursday. Col. Robert Evanchick was confirmed in a unanimous vote by the state Senate …