The House Judiciary Committee has posted information  about Tuesday’s immigration hearing, and the line-up of speakers is somewhat concerning. Usually the majority party gets to choose 3 out of 4 witnesses per panel, but the upcoming group appears unduly friendly to Obama’s amnesty and general immigration permissiveness, although I admit not every name is familiar to me. But there are hints, like job titles.
I phoned C-SPAN a little while ago and the fellow with whom I spoke said hearing coverage decisions are made late in the day before the event, but he thought they might cover it given the current interest about immigration in the news.
But I hear on good authority that the hearing “should” be webcast on the House Judiciary site .
The hearing, titled “America’s Immigration System: Opportunities for Legal Immigration and Enforcement of Laws against Illegal Immigration”  is scheduled for 10:15 am EST on Tuesday, Feb 5.
The committee has already included the witnesses’ written statements:
Vivek Wadhwa 
Director of Research, Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University
Michael Teitelbaum 
Senior Advisor, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and Wertheim Fellow, Harvard Law School (Also Commissioner and Vice Chair , U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform 1991-1997)
Dr. Puneet S. Arora 
Chairman of the Board, Immigration Voice
The Honorable Julian Castro 
Mayor, San Antonio, Texas
Julie Myers Wood 
President, Guidepost Solutions LLC
Chris Crane 
President, National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council 118, American Federation of Government Employees
Jessica Vaughan 
Director of Policy Studies, Center for Immigration Studies
Muzaffar Chishti ,
Director of the Migration Policy Institute’s Office at New York University Law School Office