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Confronting an Unresolved Act of Radical Violence


April 5, 2009

The 1970 San Francisco Police Station Bombing
by Allan C. Brownfeld
 

ALEXANDRIA, VA-Many Americans have forgotten the violence that shook our society in the l960s and l970s at the hands of the Weather Underground and other radical organizations. Sadly, those who led that effort ...

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Over 600,000 Jobs Lost as 138,000 Foreign Workers Gain Work Permits

Over 600,000 Jobs Lost as 138,000 Foreign Workers Gain Work Permits
April 3, 2009
663,000 U.S. Jobs Lost in March -- 138,000 More Foreign Workers Given Work Permits -- White House & Media Noticing?
By Roy Beck
NumbersUSA

The March unemployment news is shocking -- just like it has been every month for the last year.
 

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Obama: Ignoring China's Military Buildup

April 03, 2009
By William R. Hawkins
FrontPageMagazine.com

The Obama administration came into office looking to "deepen the dialogue" with the People's Republic of China (PRC). On her visit to Beijing in late February, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said "it is essential that the United ...

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FBI's Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending April 3, 2009

April 4, 2009
Right Side News reports from the FBI:  

1. Chicago: Former Illinois Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich, His Brother, Two Former Top Aides, and Two Businessmen Indicted on Federal Corruption Charges Alleging Pervasive Fraud

Former Illinois Governor Rod R. Blagojevich has been charged in a ...

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U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter: March 26 - April 1


April 4, 2009
Right Side News reports from the Office of Border Patrol:

(04/01/2009) Border Patrol agents seized over 14,425 pounds of marijuana valued at $12,144,450. Agents also seized 35.8 pounds of cocaine valued at $1,145,600 and 142 pounds of ecstasy valued at $2,400,000. Agents arrested ...

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Honduras Relaxes Visa Requirements which will Result in More Immigration to the US

April 4, 2009
M3 Report

Honduras relaxes visa requirements, allowing easier access by several countries to Honduras and ultimately the United States

El Heraldo (Tegucigalpa, Honduras)  4/2/09

(Honduras has a two-tier system for issuing visas to foreigners: a "consular visa" is issued at the ...

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Muslim Coalitions Condemn the FBI, Threaten Retaliation

April 2, 2009

In Ryan Mauro's article on Front Page Magazine today illustrates just how deep Muslim organizations have embedded themselves in our country and their every growing pressure to subvert our homeland security and even the FBI.  Should these coalitions succeed, our nations security will ...

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Your local Sheriff, the 10th Amendment and the Orders We Will Not Obey


May 6, 2009
Jonathon Winters
Right Side News advocates the legislative process and the rule of law and nothing outside of the rule of law.  Become involved in the policitical process and get to know your local representatives, and your local sheriff.
Sheriff Richard Mack states this in his video ...

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Amnesy International Moves to Change Undocumented Immigrants Human Rights..

March 31, 2009
M3Report

Amnesty International: "...the system of detaining undocumented immigrants in the US displays many human rights violations..."

El Financiero (Mexico City) 3/30/09

Amnesty International (AI) recommended that the US government adopt urgent means to guarantee that the ...

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