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Deadly Spring Storms in Oklahoma and Arkansas. Was There a Warning?

I took a screen capture before the deadly storms lined up (North through South) down the center of Arkansas last night. The Tornado Alarms went off and on for over an hour in just my area. Unfortunately, many who died in Arkansas were not the result of a ‘tornado’ itself, but by the devastating strength of the winds which toppled trees upon victims.



However, while researching, HAARP, the Japan Nuclear Radiation Disaster, and more… recently… this timely video and warning weighs heavily on my mind:



This gentleman seems to read the signs of pending dangerous weather. He also calls out a specific window that said event will occur. Was this an astute judgment call, a coincidence, or is there something really happening that can no longer be denied?

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Do We Have Another Act of War by Mexico? Where’s Obama?

Are Private American citizens’ properties under siege and now controlled by Foreign National Drug Dealers as reported by The Cypress Times: BREAKING: MULTIPLE RANCHES IN LAREDO, TX TAKEN OVER BY LOS ZETAS? If so, this makes it personal. These would not be illegal immigrant migrant workers. These would be hard core criminals in a gang fully armed and committed to the illegal Act of War by invasion.

I personally have attempted to contact the Watch Captain at the Laredo Police Department to find further information. The phone system forwarding is difficult if one does not have a name-

956-795-2899 and 956-795-2899

But each call, required a transfer to the phone system as the officer who answered, ” …was not permitted to respond…”

Sadly, this is not the first possible event of this kind!

July 6th (Washingon, DC) United States v. Arizona via the enemy sympathizers in the bogus administrations aka TREASON
June 30th (El Paso, Texas) Shots apparently fired from Juárez pelt City Hall, enter office
June 18th (Various, Arizona) Five Federal Lands in Arizona Have Travel Warnings in Place Notice it’s also land area and drug running! The original Order of Closure from 2006.

Seems there’s plenty of warning… Travel Warning U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Bureau of Consular Affair!

Where’s Obama? Out golfing again?


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What’s Up With the Rio Grande in Texas?

Hmm? What’s going on here and why?

Interesting Press Releases by the IBWC?

http://www.ibwc.state.gov/Files/PressRelease_071410.pdf

http://www.ibwc.state.gov/Files/Press_Release_072110.pdf

Via National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s ~ National Weather Service or NOAA

Last update:  07.23.10 – Fri – 02:53:40 PM (EDT)

Current Watches, Warnings and Advisories for Texas
Issued by the National Weather Service

List of Active Alerts by County
Anderson
short term forecast
Aransas
special weather statement
Archer
short term forecast
Atascosa
short term forecast
Bandera
short term forecast
Bastrop
short term forecast
Baylor
short term forecast
Bell
short term forecast
Bexar
short term forecast
Blanco
short term forecast
Bosque
short term forecast
Brooks
short term forecast
Burnet
short term forecast
Caldwell
short term forecast
Calhoun
special weather statement
Clay
short term forecast
Coastal Cameron
short term forecast
Coastal Willacy
short term forecast
Collin
short term forecast
Comal
short term forecast
Comanche
short term forecast
Cooke
short term forecast
Coryell
short term forecast
Dallas
short term forecast
Davis, Apache Mountains Area, Marfa Plateau
flood advisory
Davis, Apache Mountains Area
short term forecast
DeWitt
short term forecast
Delta
short term forecast
Denton
short term forecast
Dimmit
short term forecast
Duval
special weather statement
Eastland
short term forecast
Edwards
short term forecast
El Paso
special weather statement
Ellis
short term forecast
Erath
short term forecast
Falls
short term forecast
Fannin
short term forecast
Fayette
short term forecast
Foard
short term forecast
Freestone
short term forecast
Frio
short term forecast
Gillespie
short term forecast
Gonzales
short term forecast
Grayson
short term forecast
Guadalupe Mountains
short term forecast
Guadalupe
short term forecast
Hamilton
short term forecast
Hardeman
short term forecast
Hays
short term forecast
Henderson
short term forecast
Hidalgo
flood advisory
short term forecast
Hill
short term forecast
Hood
short term forecast
Hopkins
short term forecast
Hudspeth
special weather statement
Hunt
short term forecast
Inland Cameron
short term forecast
Inland Willacy
short term forecast
Jack
short term forecast
Jim Hogg
short term forecast
Jim Wells
special weather statement
Johnson
short term forecast
Karnes
short term forecast
Kaufman
short term forecast
Kendall
short term forecast
Kenedy
short term forecast
Kerr
short term forecast
Kinney
short term forecast
Kleberg
special weather statement
Knox
short term forecast
Lamar
short term forecast
Lampasas
short term forecast
Lavaca
short term forecast
Lee
short term forecast
Leon
short term forecast
Limestone
short term forecast
Llano
short term forecast
Marfa Plateau
short term forecast
Maverick
short term forecast
McLennan
short term forecast
Medina
short term forecast
Milam
short term forecast
Mills
short term forecast
Montague
short term forecast
Navarro
short term forecast
Nueces
special weather statement
Palo Pinto
short term forecast
Parker
short term forecast
Presidio Valley
short term forecast
Rains
short term forecast
Real
short term forecast
Reeves County, Upper Trans Pecos
short term forecast
Refugio
special weather statement
Robertson
short term forecast
Rockwall
short term forecast
San Patricio
special weather statement
Somervell
short term forecast
Starr
flood warning
short term forecast
Stephens
short term forecast
Tarrant
short term forecast
Travis
short term forecast
Uvalde
short term forecast
Val Verde
flood warning
short term forecast
Van Horn, Highway 54 Corridor
short term forecast
Van Zandt
short term forecast
Victoria
special weather statement
Webb
flood warning
special weather statement
Wichita
short term forecast
Wilbarger
short term forecast
Williamson
short term forecast
Wilson
short term forecast
Wise
short term forecast
Young
short term forecast
Zapata
flood advisory
short term forecast
Zavala
short term forecast

Ya think!?! How long will this be going on, and what if Bonnie passes this way too?


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Governor Jan Brewer Calls Obama Out – Again

God Bless Governor Jan Brewer

Brewer to Obama: Warning Signs Are Not Enough

SecureTheBorderAZ | June 25, 2010 | 1:00

Earlier this month, Governor Jan Brewer sat in the Oval Office with President Barack Obama to discuss the critical issue of border security. The Governor personally related to the President the concerns of millions of Arizonans over the lack of security on Arizona’s southern border. During their visit, President Obama committed to present details, within two weeks of their meeting, regarding his plans to commit National Guard troops to the Arizona border and commit to spend $500 million in additional funds on border security.

Governor Brewer remains eager to receive the specific details of President Obama’s border security plans. She continues to extend an invitation to the President to visit with families living along the southwestern border and see the situation firsthand.

The Letter ~

Letter from Governor Brewer to President Barack Obama Regarding Border Security

June 23, 2010

The Honorable Barack Obama

The President of the United States

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

Washington, DC  20500

Dear Mr. President:

Thank you for the opportunity to visit with you in person during my recent trip to Washington, D.C.  As you know, the issue of border security is foremost in the thoughts of many Arizonans and Americans alike, and I appreciated the chance to personally relate to you my concerns and outline my proposed solutions.

Mr. President, the need for action to secure Arizona’s border could not be clearer.  Recently, my office received a number of calls from constituents concerned at reports of new sign postings in interior counties of Arizona warning residents not to access federal lands due to criminal activity associated with the border.  These warnings signal to some that we have handed over portions of our border areas to illegal immigrants and drug traffickers.  This is unacceptable.  Instead of warning Americans to stay out of parts of our own country, we ought to be warning international lawbreakers that they will be detained and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.  We ought to be establishing measures to ensure that illegal traffic of any sort is kept to an absolute minimum, and that Americans are safe and secure within our own borders.

When we visited, you committed to present details, within two weeks of our meeting, regarding your plans to commit National Guard troops to the Arizona border and expend $500 million in additional funds on border security matters.  You also discussed sending members of your senior staff to Arizona to discuss your plans.  While I am pleased the 28th has been set for a meeting time and we have reviewed a copy of the Department of Homeland Security’s “Southwest Border Next Steps” Press Release, I am still awaiting details on National Guard deployments and how the proposed additional border security funding will specifically affect Arizona (and the other Border States).  As I mentioned to you on June 3rd, it is very difficult to have much of a dialogue without specific details regarding your proposals.  I strongly urge you to request your staff provide us with missing details of your proposals prior to the meeting on the 28th.

While we await the specific details of your border security plans, I wanted to take the time to reemphasize some of what I shared with you and respond further to some of what we discussed.  In essence, I have proposed a four-point Border Surge strategy, as outlined in my recent letter to Senator Charles Schumer, summarized as follows:

1.  National Guard Personnel and Aviation

I believe a significant number of troops operating with a legitimate mission set is an essential part of any strategy to secure the border.  I appreciate your commitment of 1,200 troops and the promise that Arizona would receive the largest contingent.  I am concerned, however, that more is required, such as the deployment of 6,000 personnel proposed by Senators Jon Kyl and John McCain for the entire southwestern border.

In addition, I want to make sure that these troops have legitimate missions that:

  • Support federal, state and local law enforcement—all three!
  • Serve as a blocking force to stop illegal crossing activities.
  • Employ the troops in a way that speaks loudly to all—both north and south of the border—that the U.S. is serious about this matter.

As part of your commitment, I also hope that you order a significant increase in aviation resources supporting border security operations on the ground.  After meeting and talking to various experts, I am persuaded that aviation support is critical to the effort on the ground.  Any effort will fail absent the ability to coordinate ground assets from the air, particularly given the nature of much of Arizona’s border region terrain.  I respectfully ask that you give serious consideration to my May 20, 2010 correspondence, which makes a very reasonable request for a reallocation of National Guard OH-58 helicopter assets in order to make a Border Surge effective.  Your support of this request can make a significant difference between a winning effort versus a losing effort.

2.  Border Fence

In short Mr. President, we need to complete, reinforce and then maintain the border fence.  In my April 6, 2010 letter to you I proposed inmate labor and other methods (i.e., purchasing instead of leasing equipment) as a means to bring down construction/maintenance costs.  I certainly support efficient and effective Ports of Entry where both American and Mexican border officials can allow legal traffic and crossings.  Everywhere else along the border, though, I strongly believe we must have fencing and barriers that are both substantial and monitored if the illegal crossings are to be minimized.

3.  Enforce Federal Law and Appropriately Fund the Effort

The United States must be prepared to detain, prosecute and then incarcerate convicted violators of United States laws.  The current “no consequences policy” has resulted in a border security failure.  I appreciate your general proposal to commit additional resources, but it is very difficult for me to comment without any details.  It is without doubt, though, that the current border policy will continue to fail the State of Arizona without additional resources committed to the Border Patrol, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) personnel and detention facilities; prosecution; public defense; and federal prisons.

4.  Reimburse States for the Additional Burden of Illegal Immigration

As I mentioned the very first time we met last year, I must continue the calls for Arizona to be reimbursed for expenses we are forced to carry because of our porous southern border.  Arizona and a few other states are at a terrible disadvantage in good times, and an even worse position during bad times, because of the additional costs of illegal immigration.  Just in terms of state prison costs, we estimate ongoing expenses at approximately $150 million to incarcerate criminal aliens.  While substantial on its own, this figure does not include law enforcement, prosecution and defense costs, or the enormous societal costs of the criminal behavior of those who are not even legally entitled to be here.

We are hundreds of millions of dollars short of what we should receive to relieve the disproportionate law enforcement/jail/prison, health care and education burdens we face due to our porous southern border and rampant illegal immigration.  It is simply unfair for the federal government to force Border State taxpayers to carry these burdens.

Immigration Reform

You shared with me your thoughts about the matter of immigration reform and I am grateful you listened to mine.  As I mentioned in our meeting, the phrase “comprehensive immigration reform” is code for “amnesty” to many in Arizona and elsewhere in our Nation.  Many Americans are still waiting for the reforms that were promised by the federal government in the 1980s when amnesty was granted to thousands of illegal immigrants.  Until we establish a secure border, and reestablish trust with the public that our international borders are meaningful and important, and enforcement of federal immigration law is not an idle threat, any discussion of “comprehensive reform” is premature.

Let’s first block illegal entry into the United States and enforce current law, and then other discussions, including immigration reform, might then, and only then, make sense to the public.  I am committed to a serious discussion of legitimate reform—but not any false front for amnesty—when the federal government halts the free flow of illegal immigrants and illegal drugs across the southwestern border.

Arizona’s Law

You also shared some concerns about a “patchwork” approach to policy.  This makes sense to me, but the failure of the federal government has driven frustration levels to the point that tolerating the status quo is no longer acceptable for Arizona.  From my perspective, the single most significant factor behind the passage this year of SB 1070 and HB 2162 (the follow-up bill with amendments to SB 1070) was the frustration of Arizona elected officials, and the public we serve, regarding the failure of the federal government over the years to effectively address the problem of illegal immigration.

The growing concerns over spillover violence, the increased awareness of kidnappings, the spread of drop houses in neighborhoods throughout metropolitan areas, the scourge of the drug trade and the oppressive financial burdens posed by illegal immigration—burdens even more difficult to shoulder in this economic downturn—all contributed to accelerating the public’s frustration.

I am 100% committed to fair and just enforcement of the new Arizona law.  I have made it clear that civil rights will not be compromised.  The first step has been educating and training law enforcement, as well as the public, on the details of the law—a step I have already ordered in Arizona.

Instead of any discussion about suing Arizona and not cooperating with the efforts of local Arizona law enforcement to address illegal immigration, the federal government should reassure Arizona (and other states) that securing the border and enforcing federal immigration laws are duties to which the federal government will make a renewed and sincere commitment.

When the public sees consistent evidence of federal commitment, I am convinced the demand for state actions will wane.  State and local governments have plenty to do and will be happy to stay out of border security and immigration law enforcement—along with the expenses of such work—if the federal government takes a firm and effective grip on the problem.

Conclusion

In closing, I want to assure you that I am looking to develop a solution, not have a standoff, with you and the federal government.  Illegal immigration is a serious problem and I am sincerely committed to seeing something done to curb it.  The real challenges at hand are about violent crime, huge taxpayer burdens, the rule of law and ensuring that our southern border does not become an open door for radical terrorists.  Commerce with other countries is important to me and Arizonans—I truly want a vibrant and positive relationship with Sonora, other Mexican States and the rest of the world.  Federal immigration law, however, must be honored and enforced, and our border must represent an effective means to help ensure our sovereignty and security.

I remain eager to receive the specific details of your proposals and to have the follow-up meeting with your senior staff.  It is disappointing that we are such a short time away from the meeting and Arizona and the other Border States still are awaiting the specific details of what you are proposing.  There is still time, however, to ensure the meeting next week is productive.

Finally, I want to re-extend the invitation I made to you to come to Arizona yourself, visit with families living along the southwestern border and see the situation firsthand.  My prior visits to the border and the air survey of the Cochise County region have been very important to shaping my perspectives and thinking.  Governor Richardson joined me for one trip and I believe you would also benefit from such an experience.

And when you do come, lunch is on me!

Yours in service to the great state of Arizona,

Janice K. Brewer

Governor

We have some gutsy Governors and a weak President!

Why doesn’t Obama just get it over with and scream “Allahu Akbar” at every citizen, town, city, state, heck…. just at the United States of America in one fell swoop. We get it!

We know your agenda!

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United States Census Wasting Tax Payer Dollars on Par with Obama Administration

My address is edited for privacy.

Hmm, did you get your handy dandy mailer warning you of the upcoming Census? Note it is dated for today and there are 5 other languages notated, yet the website is listed in English.  WARNING : Illegal aliens get someone who can read English who can be there to assist you next week to file your bogus information that will benefit ? This will avoid any Terrorist getting caught! Nothing suspicious here, these are not the Terrorists you are looking for; move along now! How much did this spree cost in dollars and security? Oh that’s right, they are both gone via the Obama Administration.