Thursday, August 12, 2010

August 12 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Budget Control For America's Wallet - The "New Rule" In D.C.Town... Pay-Go

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Cabale News ServiceAugust 12 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Budget Control For America's Wallet - The "New Rule" In D.C.Town... Pay-Go

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The U.S. Senate is about to go back into session for perhaps five minutes to pass the $600 million dollar bill that will pay for approximately 1,500 new border patrol agents and a couple of surveillance drones for America's Border Wars.

Only one thing is notable... considering the $600 MILLION dollar price tag and the media blitz about the border drug war...
The U.S.-Mexico Border Is Safer Than You Think
New America Media
Aug 11, 2010

By Elena Shore

Crime along the U.S.-Mexico border has been cited to justify everything from Arizona’s new immigration law to Congress’ decision Tuesday to spend another $600 million on border enforcement. Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has referred to “mayhem” and “headless bodies” found along the border, while Sen. John McCain said that the failure to secure the border “has led to violence --the worst I have ever seen.” And when asked why they supported Arizona’s immigration law, SB 1070, many Americans cited security reasons and an increase in violent crime along the U.S. border.

But a new poll says that this is a myth. There has been no increase in violent crime on the U.S. side of the border. In fact, reports show that the U.S. border is getting safer.

The poll, commissioned by the Border Network for Human Rights in El Paso, Tex., and conducted by the independent polling firm The Reuel Group, Inc., found that the vast majority (more than 87 percent) of people living along the U.S. border feel safe. That's compared to 8 percent who said they didn’t feel safe, and around 5 percent who were undecided.

The poll surveyed 1,222 adults, primarily likely voters, in 10 communities along the U.S. border: Douglas, Nogales and Yuma, Ariz., El Centro and San Diego, Calif., Las Cruces, N.M. and Brownsville, El Paso, Laredo, McAllen, Tex.

The results support the latest statistics that show the U.S.-Mexico border is actually one of the safest regions in the country. An FBI report obtained by the Associated Press found that the four big U.S. cities with the lowest rates of violent crime are all along the border: San Diego, Phoenix, El Paso and Austin. A U.S. Customs and Border Protection report obtained by AP also found that being a Border Patrol agent is much less dangerous than being a street cop in most cities. [Continued..]
The Sudanese man known for being Osama bin-Ladens cook and driver has been sentenced to 14 years for 'conspiracy' and other charges, but there may be a plea bargain deal on his 9 years already served (pre-trial!)

The OTHER front line state in our oil wars - The U.S. is going to sell $900 million dollars worth of Patriot missiles to... Kuwait... to protect themselves from... (apparently NOT Iraq...)

Yesterday was congressman-under-fire Charles Rangel's 80th birthday, He had his birthday bash at the Plaza hotel in New York, and some notable dignitaries were MIA and seen scampering down the hawsers and into sewers nearby.

Dan Rostenkowski, eighteen term Democratic congressman from Illinois who served eleven months after being convicted on bribery and ethical charges... pardoned by former president Bill Clinton, is dead at 82.

The International Space Station astronauts FINALLY disconnected the coolant pump on the outside of the vehicle and it's removal/replacement will continue.

In OTHER News:

"Marxist" (in economic policy only) mayor Mike (Rotkin) of Santa Cruz California said:
"Can't they find City Hall?"
...of the PeaceCamp 2010 homeless activists when he discovered they were demonstrating at the county building protesting the city's illegal housing policies and concurrent laws targeting the victims of that policy. (Santa Cruz has NOT filed the state required "housing plan" since 1989 and proceeded to build massive amounts housing that no one who works in the city can afford, and no one else wants.)

The demonstrators slept-in at the county courthouse for for more than a month despite harrassment from the Santa Cruz County Sherif's Department.

Hey Mayor Mike!

We found it...

City Hall Sleep-in 1

Mapquest had the wrong coordinates(snicker!)

From yesterday morning's five AM news conference (gotta love a 'drug referenced' headline like this...):
Homeless camping protest plans to 'sprout like magic mushrooms' at Santa Cruz City Hall
Santa Cruz homeless activists take their fight to City Hall, literally; city leaders vow to enforce camping ban


SANTA CRUZ -- One person was ticketed when a six-week protest of the Santa Cruz camping ban took up residence on the City Hall lawn early Wednesday.

The so-called Peace Camp 2010 changed tactics overnight when campers moved their demonstration from the county courthouse steps to the city property. Protest leader Christopher Doyon said they moved so they could better target the city ordinance that prohibits camping from 11 p.m. to 8:30 a.m.

Wednesday morning, a few men rested under a tree on the City Hall lawn while a woman and her puppy sat amid cardboard protest signs.

"We have not heard anything from City Hall," said the woman, who goes by Red. "Basically, we'd like people to notice."

A First Alarm security guard patrolling city property (ed. considering that, over the years, various people have tried to torch it, flood it and otherwise try to destroy Santa Cruz' FEDERALLY BUILT city hall building [Santa Cruz, city on the government's welfare dole since the Great Depression...]) noticed the camping demonstration around 5 a.m. and notified police. A 20-year-old Salinas man was cited, according to police.

Officers will return nightly to ticket demonstrators, Deputy Santa Cruz Police Chief Kevin Vogel said.
"We're not going to issue any warnings," Vogel said. "The people involved in this protest have been warned for the past six weeks."
The demonstration began July Fourth on a swath of county-owned land in front of the Santa Cruz County Courthouse.
Demonstrators were cited for violating a state anti-lodging law, not the so-called "camping ban" that has been contested on and off in Santa Cruz for years.

The sleep-in was designed to specifically violate the municipal ordinance, but county officials said they couldn't enforce the city's law, while city police said they wouldn't write tickets on county property.

Demonstrators want the City Council to rescind the no-camping law and forgive all tickets ever issued under it.[In Full]
Updates at PeaceCamp2010's site.

Meanwhile, Santa Cruz' massively unemployed youth raised by affluent parents hang out around bars and mug people.

[After the commentary, a pair of songs Razer, Auntie Imperial, and the crew dedicates to the city of Santa Cruz California and it's intentionally illegal housing policies, by The Kinks (BBC "Top of the Pops"), and Del Rey & The Blues Gators (Del used to be a Santa Cruz local, but like most artists, could no longer afford to live there.) respectively. Courtesy of the respective artists and KPIG radio Freedom California Earth]


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