In Arizona, open-borders extremists have escalated their tactics from noisy rallies to physical confrontation with law enforcement. By blocking deportation buses, they have told the President that they do not recognize American sovereignty or the rule of law, and they demand that he act according to their radical aim to end immigration enforcement.
Below, amnesty pests [...]
What are the priorities of the current administration during a period of the government being slightly closed? Clearly not honoring the aging heroes of WWII, who have been cruelly fenced out of Washington’s National Mall and their own war memorial.
But foreigners who broke American laws to come and steal citizens’ jobs are quite welcome. The [...]
I wasn’t going to report on the gaggle of well financed amnesty rallies over the weekend, but the Brooklyn Bridge display had too many appalling images of foreigner diversity to resist.
Effective political messaging can be harder than it looks, but seriously, the demands of foreign lawbreakers for “respect” (and all the rights and privileges of [...]
In Demorat-run Mexifornia, Governor Jerry Brown is on a roll to shred law enforcement’s ability to protect public safety. After enacting driver’s licenses for illegal aliens a few days ago, he finalized the so-called TRUST Act ending the partnership, known as Secure Communities, in which local police hand over already arrested foreign lawbreakers to the [...]
The House has lots on its plate these days (even working on Saturday!), but saving us from crazy Obamacare and suicidal overspending hasn’t dissuaded many GOPers from the amnesty project. The Chair of the Republican Conference told the Mexican network Univision this weekend that an immigration bill can be jammed through in the remaining days [...]
In recent days, Washington has looked pretty busy with Congress persons chattering excitedly about whether to pass a CR, shut the government or whatever deal they can squeeze through the sausage machine.
But that doesn’t mean there isn’t time to tuck in a little amnesty for 30 million foreign lawbreakers during Congress’ spare moments.
Because in the [...]
The indispensable man was back on the Senate floor on Thursday, defending American workers who are struggling to survive in the jobless recovery. Senator Sessions warned clearly about the danger of an immigration bill conference committee, where a tough enforcement House bill would be blended with the disastrous Senate monstrosity, and amnesty would be rammed [...]
Don’t look now, but PBS is about to dump six hours of diversity propaganda TV on the American public, curiously timed around the amnesty debate in Washington. How convenient for them.
In FY 2012, the feds spent $445 million to fund PBS TV and NPR radio, aka the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Clearly, no expense was spared [...]
On this Sunday, many American Catholics heard sermons recommending that amnesty be given to lawbreaking foreigners who are here to steal American jobs. It’s part of a more aggressive campaign organized by the Bishops to press a “moral” argument for amnesty, despite the inherent ethical weakness of contending that scarce jobs should be taken from [...]
The curious decision of Obama’s to engage in a sudden flurry of foreign adventurism has not been entirely lost in the Beltway, with at least one Congressman suggesting that the interest in the internal problems of Syria may be a strategy of distraction. Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) noted the use of chemical weapons several months [...]
Washington’s top amnesty poodle received some well deserved condemnation during his Friday speech at the Americans for Prosperity conference in Orlando. But not to worry — he has been booed before and must be used to it by now.
Many friends of American sovereignty recall how candidate Rubio falsely portrayed himself as being an amnesty opponent, [...]
To the long list of scandals stewing in Washington, we should add the push for massively increased legal immigration (plus amnesty) when more than 20 million citizens cannot find jobs and the labor participation rate is the lowest in 34 years. (Ninety million Americans are not in the labor force.) Debates on the Senate bill [...]