Bombshell: Pilot Claims He was fired for not Signing Away His Constitutional Rights – Warns of Illegal Muslims flying into US

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We are all aware of the Obama administration’s orchestrated invasion of illegals across our southern border. There is no debate in the matter that it was purposeful. We have also been aware that this lawless administration has paved the way for tens of thousands of Muslims from Syria to receive asylum via New Jersey. Earlier this year, a pilot by the name of Dennis Welky claimed that he was fired because he would not sign a waiver of his constitutional rights

In January 2014, Welky said that he received an email from the chief pilot of the airline company he worked for, Kalitta. According to the email, there were new requirements that had to be met by all pilots regarding security risk assessments (think TSA).

According to Welky, an action was required on his part to continue his job with the company as a pilot. Welky alleged that…

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Report: 4 Islamic terrorists found in Texas in last 36 hours

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ISIS-flagJudicial Watch sources say arrests made by state, federal authorities

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/10/report-4-islamic-terrorists-found-in-texas-in-36-hours/#7IvV0CluxjlxduyL.99
A noted Washington watchdog organization on Wednesday said four “Islamic terrorists” have been caught in Texas after coming into the U.S. across the Mexican border in just the last 36 hours.
Judicial Watch announced its sources within the Department of Homeland Security say the arrests were made by federal authorities and the Texas Department of Public Safety in McAllen and Pharr.
The announcement came only hours after a member of Congress, Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., disclosed in a TV interview that jihadists with the Middle Eastern group ISIS have been caught coming into the U.S. from Mexico.
He said his information came from the Border Patrol.
“They were caught at the border … therefore, we know that ISIS is coming across the border,” he said. “If they catch five or 10 of them, we know there…

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Obama administration scraps quarantine regulations; Obama did this on 4/1/2010

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Lt. Cmdr. Rendi Murphree Bacon, a quarantine public health officer with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, poses inside the isolation room at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.
Lt. Cmdr. Rendi Murphree Bacon, a quarantine public health officer with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, poses inside the isolation room at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.

The Obama administration has quietly scrapped plans to enact sweeping new federal quarantine regulations that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention touted four years ago as critical to protecting Americans from dangerous diseases spread by travelers.
The regulations, proposed in 2005 during the Bush administration amid fears of avian flu, would have given the federal government additional powers to detain sick airline passengers and those exposed to certain diseases. They also would have expanded requirements for airlines to report ill passengers to the CDC and mandated that airlines collect and maintain contact information for fliers in case they later needed to be traced as part of an investigation into an outbreak.

Airline and civil liberties groups, which had opposed the rules, praised…

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Planning his presidential run: Cuomo planning trips to China, Italy, Mexico

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Image_13.jpg “These trade missions will be for my job, and they’re essential for doing the job of governor.”

GOV. ANDREW CUOMO

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By Jon Campbell

Albany Bureau

ALBANY — Gov. An­drew Cuomo’s recent in­terest in international travel will continue into his second term if he’s re­elected in November.

Cuomo on Tuesday an­nounced he intends to em­bark on “trade missions” in the coming years to var­ious foreign countries, in­cluding China, Mexico, It­aly, Israel and Canada. Those trips would follow the Democratic gover­nor’s recent visits to Isra­el and Afghanistan, which came after he displayed a reluctance to even cross state lines during his first three-plus years in office.

While Cuomo an­nounced his travel plans Tuesday, they’re based on an unspoken assumption: that he’ll win re-election in November. Cuomo faces a challenge from Westchester County Ex­ecutive Rob Astorino, a Republican who lags be­hind Cuomo in both pub­lic- opinion polls and cam­paign fundraising.

“Today is…

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