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42% of Hispanics Born in US Oppose Obama's Amnesty & Hispanics to Fill 75% of New US Jobs by 2034

A new poll shows that Latinos overwhelmingly support President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration — but the numbers are not as clear cut as the White House would hope.

The Gallup poll says that Latinos back Obama’s plan by 64 percent to 28 percent, compared to Americans overall, who disapprove of the measure by 51 percent while 41 support it.

But The Washington Post pointed out that the results are “misleading” because Obama’s order is only exceedingly popular among one single group of Hispanics — Hispanic immigrants.

Latino immigrants approve of the president’s action by 75 percent to 17 percent, while Hispanics born in the United States are "relatively evenly split" on the measure, 51 percent  who are in favor and 42 percent who disapprove, the Post reports.

"It's hardly a resounding stamp of approval for the executive action from non-immigrant Hispanics," wrote the Post’s Aaron Blake in The Fix, the political commentary section.
"And that matters, electorally speaking. That's because Hispanics who are born in this country are much more likely to be Hispanic voters.

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Hispanics will occupy more than 75 percent of new jobs in the United States between 2020 and 2034 — which amounts to 11 million jobs, according to the results of a new study.

The IHS study concluded that employment growth among the Hispanic population will average 2.6 percent per year over the next 20 years. During that same time frame, according to the data, growth in the non-Hispanic workforce will fall to almost nothing, meaning Hispanics will make up 23 percent of all U.S. employment by 2034. In 2014, that figure was 16 percent.
Other findings include the number of Hispanics that speak Spanish at home, which will rise from 36.9 million to 55.4 million by 2034, and the theory that an increased amount of immigrants flocking to the U.S. will help strengthen the U.S. economy.

"The Hispanic population is a younger and faster-growing segment of the population, while trends in the non-Hispanic population are heavily influenced by the aging baby-boomer generation that is moving into retirement," said IHS economist James Gillula, the lead author of the study. "The Hispanic population will play an increasingly significant role in future U.S. employment growth."

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An Extraordinary Brave Girl: White Family Survives Rape and Torture in South Africa

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Federal agents 'catch and release' open carry activist in Washington

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Washington State liberty activist Anthony Bosworth was arrested Wednesday outside a federal building for openly carrying a firearm, an announcement on Bosworth’s Facebook page reports.

Within hours, he had been released with no criminal charges, his wife informed supporters.

Liberty advocate Kit Lange has fleshed out further details of the arrest on the website for The Patrick Henry Society. The “co-organizer of Arms Expo 2015 was arrested this morning outside the federal courthouse in Spokane as he attended a states’ rights rally with his family,” Lange reports.

More @ Examiner

Net Neutrality: Silicon Valley’s Whiz Kids Are Stumped

The whiz kids of Silicon Valley are celebrating the GOP’s apparent collapse on Net Neutrality. The New York Times exults: “the little guys appear to have won.” It omits that the “little guys” are some of the richest people in America, and–by their own lights–the smartest. The odd thing is that the nerds who have an app for everything seem to be unable to explain what Net Neutrality actually is, and why we need it. Case in point: Tuesday’s epic failure by Tumblr CEO David Karp on CNBC.

Karp, who was brilliant enough to build a company that he sold to Yahoo for $1.1 billion, could not answer the most basic questions about Net Neutrality.

He could not explain why the government needs to regulate the Internet’s traffic to save it from the success that has enabled him, and others like him, to become wealthy beyond their wildest dreams.

He could not explain why a company like AT&T, which has invested in the infrastructure to make the Internet much faster and more accessible, should be barred from charging prices that would allow it to recoup its investment from those willing to pay.

Amidst the incoherent verbal muddle in which he entangled himself, Karp managed to offer two somewhat intelligible arguments: one, that consumer demand for faster Internet speeds would make up somehow for the fact that established companies would no longer build the infrastructure to carry the traffic; two, that those who disagreed with him were lying.

More @ Breitbart

Three Arrested in NY, Fla. in Plot to Join ISIS, Plan Attacks

Via Joe

Three men were arrested Wednesday on charges of plotting to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group and wage war against the U.S., and federal officials said one of them spoke of attacking President Barack Obama or planting a bomb on Coney Island.

Akhror Saidakhmetov was arrested at Kennedy Airport, where he was attempting to board a flight to Istanbul, authorities said. Abdurasul Hasanovich Juraboev had a ticket to travel to Istanbul next month and was arrested in Brooklyn, federal prosecutors said. Abror Habibov, 30, accused of helping fund Saidakhmetov's efforts, was arrested in Florida.

They are charged with attempt and conspiracy to provide material support to a terrorist organization. If convicted, each faces a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.

More @ Newsmax

Teenage finds hidden cache of 'IRA' weapons including MG 42

 A teenage metal detector discovered 40 weapons dumped in the Somerset Levels when trawling the water with a magnet. Some of the guns may have belonged to members of the IRA, experts said

Trawling through the water with a magnet, schoolboy James Cork had only expected a modest haul of scrap metal.

But, last week, the 16-year-old from Somerset stumbled across a rather more shocking discovery – a hidden cache of 40 deadly weapons.

The arsenal of rusting and grubby guns dating back to the Second World War included a Browning .50 machine gun, which could take down a helicopter, and an M16 assault rifle.

An expert has suggested the guns may have belonged to the IRA and could have been dumped when they were meant to be declaring their arms in 2001.

More @ Daily Mail

The Guilt Complex Industry

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 Requiem Aeternam - Eternal Rest Grant unto Them

Marxist Cultural Genocide takes many forms, everything from destroying the cultural symbols of a people to making them feel guilty about who they are, making them ashamed to be what they are so they long to be something else.

Ever since the supposed end of the War of Northern Aggression (it never truly ended because it was a culture war) in 1865 it has been the main chore of the Yankee/Marxist propaganda mills to make sure the Southern people never felt good enough about themselves or their Cause that they would stand up and defend either their Cause or themselves. These subversive tactics ranged everywhere (and they are blatantly apparent in our day) from the removal of Confederate flags, statues and even street and park names to trying to make Southern folks feel guilty about their Southern accents.

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"Not only is Obama not a Patriot, he is a pathological narcissist.....

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......which is to say his devotion does not extend to anybody or anything beyond himself and his compressed and distorted perception of reality. And that reality has been shaped, first and foremost, by a long list of Marxist mentors and self-anointed prophets of hate.

Obama is, in fact, the antithesis of a Patriot." 

Iraqi Army Downs Two British Planes Carrying Weapons for ISIL Terrorists (Not confirmed)

Via Joe

GR editor’s Note
There are no reports in the Western mainstream media pertaining to this issue. 

This report is based on statements emanating from the Iraq parliament, with photographic evidence. We have not been in a position to corroborate this report by FARS  News. 

Iraq’s army has shot down two British planes as they were carrying weapons for the ISIL terrorists in Al-Anbar province, a senior lawmaker disclosed on Monday.

“The Iraqi Parliament’s National Security and Defense Committee has access to the photos of both planes that are British and have crashed while they were carrying weapons for the ISIL,” Head of the committee Hakem al-Zameli said, according to a Monday report of the Arabic-language information center of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq.

He said the Iraqi parliament has asked London for explanations in this regard.

The Solution Is the Constitution, Not Article V

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The federal government … can do most anything in this country."
— Representative Fortney Hillman “Pete” Stark (D-Calif.), July 24, 2010

Back in the tumultuous days of ObamaCare town hall meetings in the summer of 2010, a constitutionally astute attendee at a Hayward, California, town hall asked her congressman, Pete Stark, a very pointed question: “If this [ObamaCare] legislation is constitutional, what limitations are there on the federal government’s ability to tell us how to run our private lives?”

After a long pause, the congressman haltingly answered, “I think that there are very few constitutional limits that would prevent the federal government from rules that could affect your private life.”

His questioner interrupted, saying, “The Constitution specifically enumerates certain powers to the federal government and leaves all other authority to the states or the people.... So my question is, how can this law be constitutional? But more importantly than that, if they can do this, what can’t they?”

At this point, the audience burst into enthusiastic applause.

After the applause died down, Stark answered her with this now-famous response: “The federal government, yes, can do most anything in this country.”

Then, speaking over the numerous disapproving catcalls of the audience, the intrepid questioner summed up: “You sir, and people who think like you, are destroying this nation!”

Once more, the audience burst into vigorous applause.

Obama can’t round up enough illegals to fill detention quotas required by law

The administration this year hasn’t been able to find enough illegal immigrants to fill the 34,000 detention beds the law requires, as President Obama’s new policies kick in and agents spend more time and money going after each immigrant they do detain.

As of Jan. 25, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was averaging just 27,000 detainees a day for fiscal 2015, which began Oct. 1. That means more than 20 percent of its capacity was going unused so far this year — even as the administration faces questions over immigrants it has released, who have gone on to commit crimes later.

Deportations are also down dramatically, according to Jessica Vaughan, who studies enforcement trends for the Center for Immigration Studies, and who told Congress on Wednesday that the administration deported fewer than 20,000 immigrants in December, which is about 50 percent lower than its usual pace for the month over the last few years.

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Senior State Department Counterterrorism Director Arrested For Allegedly Soliciting Minor

Via Joe

State Department counterterrorism director Daniel Rosen was arrested for soliciting a juvenile by Fairfax County Sheriff’s Department at his home Tuesday afternoon, Fairfax County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Lucy Caldwell told TheBlaze.

Rosen was arrested for “use of a communication device to solicit a juvenile,” Caldwell said.
The sheriffs department has not released the sex or age of the juvenile.

State Department officials were notified by the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Department of Rosen’s arrest, Caldwell said.

More @ The Blaze