Low Popahirum, National Edition (7-10-14)

“The crisis on the border is no longer in the shadows. In broad daylight on Monday planes from Texas landed in San Diego and were met by buses, all transporting more illegal immigrants into the United States. It’s certainly a strange sight to watch the federal government facilitate illegal immigration into the United States at such a grand scale.” – The Federalist

“Perhaps Obama had an epiphany on the necessity for rule of law at the border, or maybe he saw the Rasmussen poll at the end of April that showed that by a 52-14 count the public doesn’t think he’s aggressive enough in deporting illegals. Most importantly, his discussion partners at that meeting in June weren’t interested in deportations of any kind. It’s a problem that makes immigration appear to have no apparent solution, because there can’t be a good faith accord made with people who aren’t of good faith.” – Scott McKay/American Spectator

Glenn Beck on Tuesday announced that he will be bringing tractor-trailers full of food, water, teddy bears and soccer balls to McAllen, Texas on July 19 as a way to help care for some of the roughly 60,000 underage refugees who have crossed into America illegally in 2014.” – The Blaze

“I do not think the government should be helping these people stay here. I do not think the government should be bussing them to other places. I do not think we should let these people stay here. But I think while here we should, in private charity, show mercy and give comfort where we can.” – Erick Erickson/RedState

“A recent bombshell memo leaked from the Department of Homeland Security indicates that public assertions made recently by the administration has been anything but truthful. Obama likes to claim he has deported more illegal immigrants than any president, but this breaking story paints a different picture.” – Political Insider

“Lois Lerner, the former Internal Revenue Service (IRS) official who cannot provide email records to congressional investigators because of a computer crash shortly after a congressional committee began its probe, warned other IRS employees to be ‘cautious about what we say in emails‘ that could be released to Congress.” – Reason

“The IDF is purposely targeting the homes of top Hamas officials, experts say. According to commentary on Israeli media Wednesday, the water supply at the ‘refugee camp’ neighborhood of Shati in Gaza has been cut off by the Israeli attacks. This is seen as personally targeting Hamas ‘Prime Minister’ Ismail Haniya, who lives in Shati. As an expert said – Haniya will not be showering in his home in the coming days.” – Arutz Sheva

In Tel Aviv you have a minute and a half to find shelter. A big difference from the 7 seconds I had when I was in Sderot, but still not enough time to get to the bomb shelter in the garden behind my building. I used to go to Sderot every weekend a few years back and I remember my friend’s mother saying, the first time I visited, how quiet it was. Not one breath later did the siren go off and we had to run to the bomb shelter. We were safe, but the sound and feeling of the impact from the Qassam (a rocket from Gaza) has stayed with me.” – Breitbart

“MS. PSAKI: Well, we have no evidence that Hamas plays any role in the interim technocratic government. And as far as we know, there have also been no steps taken for the implementation of the reconciliation. And obviously, as I mentioned yesterday, given the situation on the ground, it’s difficult to see how the reconciliation process can move forward in the current atmosphere.” – RedState

“The German government has asked the CIA station chief at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin to leave the country, an unusual action between allies that represents a public expression of anger over reported cases of U.S. spying in Germany.” – Washington Post

“Gotnews.com has exclusively obtained another ‘All Citizens for Mississippi’ radio ad from conservative media consultant Rick Shaftan, who stands by his allegation that these ads were paid for by media buyer Jon Ferrell at National Media of Alexandria, Virginia using funds provided by the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC).” – GotNews.com

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