Arizona Immigration Policy Sparking Activist Uproar

Ever since the governor of Arizona signed a new stringent immigration policy into law, opponents of the measure have been in full-fledged attack with analogies ranging from that of the civil rights struggle all the way up to that of the ID checking in Nazi Germany. Even the president himself has taken a stand on this bill calling it poorly constructed and made a claim that this bill will, in fact, lead to the harassment of anyone on the road who happens to be Hispanic. This media campaign has taken public misinformation to new heights because I have yet to see any respected journalist in the news media actually go to the primary source, i.e. the text of the bill itself, which happens to be under 20 pages, to investigate what it actually says. Read more of this post

NLRB Appointee: No Punishment Needed for Employment of Illegals

Hat Tip to (link below) – We have yet another controversial appointment coming out of the Obama administration and for those of you concerned about the securing of our nation’s borders, this needs some attention. Audio has surfaced from a 2001 interview with Craig Becker, the president’s recent appointment for the National Labor Relations Board, talking about the problem with enforcing the law with regards to hiring legal employees. He spoke about it even going as far as having a discriminatory effect and that he favored a “progressive” approach in immigration policy. Not to mention the fact that the president made recess appointments of Becker as well as Mark Gaston Pearce to get around the senate’s opposition to these appointees. Read more of this post

Ohio: Complete Collapse of Our Justice System

We learned this week that a convicted rapist who was release from prison in 2005 after serving a 15 year sentence has now been upgraded to a serial murderer. Yet again we have another fail for our justice system which seems to be greatly compromised by political correctness and oversympathising with those who do not deserve it. Within four years the man has been involved in the apparent murder of as many as a dozen women in his Ohio Home, which he transformed into a foul-smelling morgue.

I know one thing, if this man was given proper justice the first time he was convicted there would be at least 11 more people alive today.

In order for an incident of this magnitude to even conceivably happen, it requires a compromised justice system. There are so many road blocks that should be able to prevent such a gruesome series of murders in whole or in part. The first of which would have been the most obvious: how the justice  system dealt with him following his brutal rape that slated him 15 years. He should have been at a minimum been given a life sentence, although for such a despicable crime i would not oppose the death penalty for an individual like that because of how much I detest that crime.

So fail on the way he was sentenced for his first crime.

Secondly, the was a story back in April published in the news about three girls who all disappeared within the same general neighborhood of this man’s home. If that incident wasn’t good enough to clue law enforcement into searching the area, I don’t know what would be. Not to mention, the local neighbors were complaining about a strong aroma that resonated from the man’s house for quite a long time. Seeing as this man had to be in the sex offender registry upon his release in 2005, its amazing that no one was suspicious enough even to check up on his property until a woman came out saying she was beaten and raped by him in October.

Another Fail for not recognizing the developing situation.

Finally, This man was literally within four years of his release from prison. He whats he doing being released without some sort of permanent house arrest. It’s completely disgusting that one can think that 15 years in a jail cell will do anything to change the heart of a rapist. How many more times does this have to happen before people start being a little more concerned about the rights/safety of law-abiding citizens. It’s always the criminals rights we are worried about. It’s never about the dozen people strangled to death by this subhuman monster until after the fact. This is what I mean when I say we are living in an upside down world. My point continues to be made everyday, only we the people of this country can respond to it, though.


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