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A Motivational Poster for George W. Bush’s Library Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

Jim Geraghty 

vindication for President Bush

In case the font is too small, the words at the bottom are: “VINDICATION: When the loudest critic of your policies achieves his greatest success because of them.”

I can hear the liberal cries of outrage, so to recap: The interrogations of KSM (which included waterboarding) and the interrogation of Hassan Ghul (held in “black site” prisons) were key to identifying the courier; the president then authorized military action in a foreign country without going to the United Nations or informing the host government; the military action was unilateral, and we did not consult with our allies; Congress was not informed of the military action; and it increasingly appears that no serious effort was made to treat Osama bin Laden as a criminal (reading him his rights, etc.). The monitoring of Abu Ahmed al-Kuwaiti’s phone call was a result of an extensive global wiretapping system. Furthermore, as Charles Krauthammer notes, the helicopters used in the raid came from Bagram and Jalalabad; if we had withdrawn from Afghanistan on the antiwar Left’s timetable, we would have had no bases from which to launch this operation.

Well done to one president for enacting all of these policy changes, and well done to his successor for keeping them in place.

National Review

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Posted by Southern on Monday, May 09, 2011 @ 23:32:15 EDT (1079 reads) 

Cartels threaten to kill Texas Rangers, ICE agents Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Laura B. Martinez
The Brownsville Herald

U.S. Embassy vehicle

A photograph was released Thursday of the U.S. Embassy vehicle ICE Special Agents Jaime Jorge Zapata and Victor Avila were driving when they were attacked near the town of Santa Maria Del Rio, San Luis Potosi, Mexico Feb. 15, 2011. The photograph indicates the SUV was heavily damaged and the windshield and passenger windows were riddled with bullet holes.

BROWNSVILLE

A new law enforcement bulletin warns that members of drug cartels have been overheard plotting to kill federal agents and Texas Rangers who guard the border, officials in Washington reported Thursday.

The bulletin, which was issued in March, said cartel members planned to use AK-47 assault rifles to shoot agents and Rangers from across the border. It did not name the cartels.

The information was released at a hearing before a panel of the House Committee on Homeland Security. The Subcommittee on Oversight, Investigations and Management addressed “The U.S. Homeland Security Role in the Mexican War Against the Drug Cartels.”

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Posted by Southern on Tuesday, April 05, 2011 @ 16:03:20 EDT (1218 reads) 

America's Third War Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Texas Farmers Under Attack at the Border

Kris Gutiérrez

In Texas, nearly 8,200 farms and ranches back up to the Mexican border.

The men and women who live and work on those properties say they’re under attack from the same drug cartels blamed for thousands of murders in Mexico.

“It’s a war, make no mistake about it,” Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples said. “And it’s happening on American soil.”

Texas farmers and ranchers produce more cotton and more cattle than any other state, so Staples is concerned this war could eventually impact our food supply, and calls it a threat to our national security.

“Farmers and ranchers are being run off their own property by armed terrorists showing up and telling them they have to leave their land,” Staples said.

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Posted by Southern on Monday, March 07, 2011 @ 14:28:09 EST (1117 reads) 

Texas demographer: 'It's basically over for Anglos' Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

Looking at population projections for Texas, demographer Steve Murdock concludes: "It's basically over for Anglos."

Two of every three Texas children are now non-Anglo and the trend line will become even more pronounced in the future, said Murdock, former U.S. Census Bureau director and now director of the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University.

Today's Texas population can be divided into two groups, he said. One is an old and aging Anglo and the other is young and minority. Between 2000 and 2040, the state's public school enrollment will see a 15 percent decline in Anglo children while Hispanic children will make up a 213 percent increase, he said.

The state's largest county - Harris - will shed Anglos throughout the coming decades. By 2040, Harris County will have about 516, 000 fewer Anglos than lived in the Houston area in 2000, while the number of Hispanics will increase by 2.5 million during the same period, Murdock said. The projection assumes a net migration rate equal to one-half of 1990-2000.

Most of the state's population growth is natural, Murdock told the House Mexican American Legislative Caucus today. About 22 percent of the growth comes from people moving to Texas from other states.

About 6 percent of the state's population is not documented, he said.

By 2040, only 20 percent of the state's public school enrollment will be Anglo, he said. Last year, non-Hispanic white children made up 33.3 percent of the state's 4.8 million public school enrollment.

Of the state's 254 counties, 79 recorded declining population during the past 20 years. All are rural. An additional 30 Texas counties, he said, would have also lost population had they not experienced Hispanic growth.

The state's future looks bleak assuming the current trend line does not change because education and income levels for Hispanics lag considerably behind Anglos, he said.

Unless the trend line changes, 30 percent of the state's labor force will not have even a high school diploma by 2040, he said. And the average household income will be about $6,500 lower than it was in 2000. That figure is not inflation adjusted so it will be worse than what it sounds.

"It's a terrible situation that you are in. I am worried," Murdock said.

Chron

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Texas
Posted by Southern on Tuesday, March 01, 2011 @ 14:33:00 EST (847 reads) 

DPS releases sketches, video from Governor's Mansion fire Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

ANDREW HORANSKY/ KVUE News

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On Thursday, the Department of Public Safety and the Texas Rangers released new pictures and videos from the night of the fire at the Governor’s Mansion.  They had not been seen by anyone outside of law enforcement until then.

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Posted by Southern on Tuesday, March 01, 2011 @ 13:29:50 EST (1017 reads) 

Governor's Mansion Arson Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF
Texas
Posted by Southern on Wednesday, February 23, 2011 @ 23:05:43 EST (857 reads) 



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