Big Sis To Monitor Facebook, Twitter For “Bioterrorism And Pandemics”

Infowars
The Department of Homeland Security says that it plans to monitor your personal Facebook status updates and twitter posts, claiming that evidence of bioterrorism attacks and pandemic virus outbreaks could be contained within them.

As reported by Wired, the agency has commissioned a $3 million one-year contract to Accenture Federal Services to scan the social network sites in real time, and flag up keywords that may help reveal if there is a trend to mentions of health related posts. The agency says it will then be able to conduct a threat analysis on the data.

In other words, if you post a status update saying you have a bad cold, it will be analysed by software that can sift out the same kind of posts from individuals in locations near to you. Specific ailments could be related to a viral outbreak or a bio-terror attack, according to the DHS. The agency claims such information could be used to slow the spread of disease, develop early warning systems and help advise emergency services… Read More…

Rematch: Texas takes on the TSA Again

Tenth Amendment Center
Austin — On Monday, Texas Rep. David Simpson (R-Longwood) pre-filed a bill to stop aggressive TSA groping in the Lone Star State.

The Texas Travel Freedom Act, House Bill 80, would make it a criminal act to intentionally touch “the anus, breast, buttocks, or sexual organ of the other person, including touching through clothing,” without probable cause in the process of determining whether to grant someone access to a public venue or means of public transportation…  Read More…

Following Obama victory, U.S. backs new U.N. arms treaty talks

Fox News LatinoReconquista
Everyone is talking about how Latinos may have influenced the election. What’s getting less notice is that more Latinos than ever are heading to Washington.

Tuesday’s election brought one more Hispanic to the U.S. Senate, bringing the total to three. History was made when Ted Cruz, a Republican candidate, became the first Latino to represent Texas in the U.S. Senate after he handily defeated Democratic challenger Paul Sadler in the seat currently held by retiring GOP Sen. Kay Baily Hutchison… Read More

Invader corrupt Obama regime failed to deport in 2011 nabbed in drug sting

Dalton (Ga.) Daily Citizen
A Dalton teenager who was a couple of months away from graduating high school last year but then faced deportation on traffic charges was arrested Thursday for allegedly selling marijuana to an undercover agent, authorities said. — Mario Alberto Rodriguez-Aleman, 19, of 2705 Old Grade Road, was charged by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with sale of or intent to sell marijuana, driving without a valid license, no insurance and running a red light. — Rodriguez-Aleman was arrested as part of a narcotics investigation, according to an incident report dated Thursday… Read More

Friend: Alleged scumbag invader / triple-killer was active in gang

San Francisco ChronicleVile MS13 Bitch Boy
An acquaintance of the man accused of gunning down a father and his two sons in San Francisco testified Wednesday that the defendant had been an active member of the MS-13 gang, countering defense arguments that he had been trying to leave the gang life to spend more time with his wife and baby. — Marvin Medina, 25, testified in the triple-murder trial of Edwin Ramos [pictured] that the alleged killer had been one of the gang members who counted to 13 as Medina was “jumped in” – beaten and kicked – as part of his initiation into the Pasadena Locos Sureños faction of MS-13, also known as PLS. — Just hours after Medina was jumped in to the gang, he said, Ramos drove him to San Francisco to show him “the territory.” Read More

Invaders shake down taxpayers for $350K with help of feckless feds

Georgia Public Broadcasting — Atlanta
New Haven, Conn. — Advocates on all sides of the immigration debate are digesting the latest big, and perhaps historic, development: The U.S. government agreed to pay a $350,000 settlement to 11 Connecticut men arrested in raids in 2007. — The plaintiffs claimed immigration agents violated their rights during the early morning raids, which snared nearly three dozen people. — Immigration experts, as well as the Associated Press, say the settlement appears to be the largest ever paid by the government to resolve a lawsuit over an immigration raid of a home. They say the deal also is the first to grant relief to the plaintiffs facing deportation. — Under the terms, plaintiffs have the option of delaying enforcement action against them for four years and then reapplying for permanent status; or terminating deportation proceedings altogether… Read More

Corrupt Obama Regime is a lobbying firm for illegal aliens, says Congressman

Jim Kouri, CPP — The ExaminerAztlan Whore
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) last week announced the appointment of a public advocate to handle complaints and questions about the administration’s immigration enforcement policies. — This new position will serve as a point of contact for illegal and criminal immigrants in deportation proceedings as well as NGOs and other community and advocacy groups. However, not everyone is celebrating this latest announcement. — “The [Obama] administration all too often acts more like a lobbying firm for illegal [aliens] than as an advocate for the American people,” said Republican Congressman Lamar Smith (R-TX)… Read More

Another American dies due to more ICE bungling

Berkshire Eagle — Pittsfield, Mass.
Hudson, NY — Four days after he was arraigned for murdering a 73-year-old woman last November, questions remain about why Shaiqul Islam was released by federal immigration authorities only six weeks before the alleged incident occurred. — Islam, who was arraigned on Tuesday in Columbia County Court, has been charged with the Nov. 20 slaying of 73-year-old Lois Decker of Hillsdale, a former lunch lady at a local school who has been described by neighbors as sweet and affable. — Decker was strangled to death in her own home. — Islam, who lives in Hudson, is a Level 2 sex offender who served two years in prison after he was convicted in 2008 of promoting a sexual performance of a child, a felony, for taking lewd photographs of a 12-year-old girl. He is not an American citizen but has lived in Columbia County since he was 8 years old, according to law enforcement officials. — According to Columbia County District Attorney Paul Czajka, a federal immigration judge ordered Islam be deported to his native Bangladesh in December 2008. But Islam never was… Read More

Worthless feds fail to act as nest of invaders continue crime wave

Winston-Salem (NC) Journal Treasonous Swine
Wilkesboro, NC — An [obnoxious invader] who risked deportation to Mexico to raise awareness about young adults who were brought illegally to the U.S. as children said his father’s arrest on drug charges won’t deter him from his fight to change immigration law. — A search warrant served Dec. 1 and made available recently shows that authorities seized three 10-pound bags of marijuana and 9 ounces of cocaine from the home of Jesus Rafael Rodriguez, 44, at 5925 Bobs Lake Road in Hamptonville. A detective said the drugs were in a rooster coop on the property. — His son, Martin Rodriguez, 19, lives in the family home. Martin Rodriguez was part of a public protest in September in which he was arrested as he sat in the middle of a Charlotte intersection to draw attention to legislation known as the Dream Act… Read More

Invader who stole a Kentucky man’s ID gets a slap on the wrist

WCSI-AM — Columbus, Ind.
An illegal [alien] who stole a Kentucky man’s identity will not have to go to jail. 47 year-old Honorio Cuevas, who lives in Columbus, bought forgeries of a Kentucky man’s ID and Social Security cards. Judge Chris Monroe ordered that Cuevas spend the next year and a half on probation. The man who’s identity was stolen, Elliot Castillo, discovered someone stole his identity when he began getting notices from the IRS that he owed unpaid taxes…. Source