Has anyone else noticed that when Marco Rubio does his amnesty spiel, he begins talking really fast? In a June 13 radio interview with Andrea Tantaros, he stated the legalization of the Senate bill is not amnesty, and he said it lickety split, so listeners couldn’t process the crazy content of what he said.
Tantaros’ fawning [...]
The big Death-to-America amnesty bill is being debated in the Senate now and we know what that means — it’s Sob Story Season! Yes, it’s time to drag out the most sniffle-inducing yarns about foreigners who created unhappiness for themselves by breaking America’s immigration laws. But in elite newsrooms, the problem is Americans’ mean-spirited insistence [...]
While listening to Laura Ingraham yesterday (my new favorite radio show, having shed Limbaugh due to his continuing brain-fogging Rubio infatuation), I heard Betsy McCaughey do some fine analysis of the purposely obfuscating Senate amnesty bill being forced upon us.
She is the former Lt. Governor of New York, who has gotten attention for her consumer-focused [...]
A vexing problem with mainstream media is their disinterest in the connection between excessive immigration and poverty. Apparently they never heard of supply and demand, even though the captains of industry know the principle very well. (Hint, an oversupply of workers leads to lower wages and big business profits.)
Analysts have said for years that [...]
In April, JudicialWatch reported that “vanloads” of food stamps were going to illegal aliens.
Some of that vanload of freebies goes to Marita Nelson, who unlawfully swam across the Rio Grande to get her American Welfare Dream. A 50-year-old single mother, the illegal alien resides in Florida, where she receives government-funded housing, medication, $240 in food [...]
In Washington, the Congressional offices are not reporting much activity from citizens opposing the massive Senate amnesty bill and that the phone calls are nothing like what happened during the 2007 victory against anarchy.
On Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal gave the subject a page-top treatment with a photo of citizens speaking out against amnesty in [...]
On Tuesday, Congressman Steve King organized a presser with several House colleagues who strongly oppose the Senate amnesty bill.
The other speakers included Republican Congressmen Louie Gohmert, Mo Brooks, Steve Stockman, John Fleming and Paul Gosar.
Rep. King noted that he has been a fierce foe of Obamacare, but sees the Senate amnesty as “far, far worse.” [...]
Los Angeles has been ground zero for for bearing the brunt of of immigration diversity for some time. Unlucky in geography, the county was home to 9.8 million residents as of 2010, 56.6 percent of whom over age 5 do not speak English at home according to the Census. County Supervisor Michael Antonovich has been [...]
The big suits in Washington are currently licking their chops in anticipation of passing a monstrous immigration bill that would increase US population by tens of millions over the next decade. Jamming in a Canada-sized bunch of new shoppers should goose up the GDP pretty good, business types agree!
Meanwhile out in the country, the inconvenient [...]
The long-awaited study from Heritage’s Robert Rector calculating the cost to taxpayers of the Senate amnesty bill has been published, and the price tag is steep: $6.3 trillion. When he authored a 2007 investigation of the same topic (Amnesty Will Cost U.S. Taxpayers at Least $2.6 Trillion), there were fewer illegal aliens lined up at [...]
Meatpacking used to be a middle-class job for Americans, illustrated in the 1990 Academy-Award-winning documentary American Dream, which showed Minnesotans fighting to maintain their wages and benefits at Hormel which had cut them despite healthy profits. Companies later discovered that illegal alien foreigners were happy to work for peanuts, and wages were lowered accordingly. However, [...]
Perhaps news of the Boston bomber brothers’ extreme feeding at the welfare trough — $100,000 worth for the family — has put the issue of immigrants being a “public charge” back on the table.
The newbies are supposed to be self-sufficient, and not go from the point of entry to the welfare office, but enforcement of [...]