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During our 5 year ordeal with INS my wife had a zillion tests including too many chest xrays yet many disregard the rules and put us all in danger…
"By allegedly giving some of his patients a clean bill of health without even examining them, this physician potentially put our communities at risk," Unzueta said.
The next al-Qaida attack on the United States could come from within, with recruiting for jihadists on the rise and the terror organization continuing to smuggle operatives across international borders, experts confirm.
“E pluribus unum” – out of many, one – was the national motto the men of ’76 settled upon. One sees the pluribus. But where is the unum? One sees the diversity. But where is the unity? Is America, too, breaking up?
What dedication and patriotism! I remember quite clearly meeting Mr. Craig and spending some time briefly with him watching the border when i went down there a few days and nights in July 2005. That was a good group. Then I went down there again in October 2005 (different group) and decided not to participate anymore.
Craig, who has spent at least 96 hours a week at Campo since 2005, said he couldn't see anything because of the rolling hills. Still, he said he called Border Patrol, reporting what he'd heard.
I have some experience with this. While helping watch the border as a California Minuteman in 2005, I saw a lot of good people from different races working together, but then I quit after hearing some others (small group) walk around using words like "Aryan" etc. Though I still supported the overall effort and that was just a few individuals, I didn't want to be anywhere near that kind of thinking. These racists are not in any sense "conservative." As Ayn Rand said, racism is the worst form of socialism.
People of all races have reason to fear the rise of national socialism. We need to all get behind the Constitution NOW.
"There's a lot of racists getting into movements because there are a lot of groups that feel threatened today which are very right wing, very conservative. And they feel threatened that our nation is moving in a different direction than it has in, say, the past 30 or 40 years," Eichler said. "So, instead of being reasonable about that, they become hostile."
He said the U.S. cases and Mexican cases are likely the same virus. “So far the genetic elements that we have looked at are the same.”
In New York City, a coyote pup was found in the Bronx last year, and in 2006 police captured a coyote in Central Park. In California’s San Bernardino County, two toddlers were reported injured in separate coyote incidents last year. One toddler was killed in California in the 1980s in the country’s only known fatal coyote attack.
But the most startling information in the state’s 13-page report (.pdf) is not why the system lost votes, which Wired.com previously covered in detail, but that some versions of Diebold’s vote tabulation system, known as the Global Election Management System (Gems), include a button that allows someone to delete audit logs from the system. Auditing logs are required under the federal voting-system guidelines, which are used to test and qualify voting systems for use in elections. The logs record changes and other events that occur on voting systems to ensure the integrity of elections and help determine what occurred in a system when something goes wrong. “Deleting a log is something that you would only do in de-commissioning a system you’re no longer using or perhaps in a testing scenario,” said Princeton University computer scientist Ed Felten, who has studied voting systems extensively. “But in normal operation, the log should always be kept.”
who is accused of stabbing a Placentia woman to death in front of her children earlier this month, is an illegal immigrant.