On Wednesday a young British soldier was murdered in broad daylight on a London street in an act of jihad. The bloody-handed killer was anxious to brag about it (in British-sounding English), as shown in the video below:
The black man holding a bloody knife and cleaver apologized to women present for perpetrating such a horrific [...]
From Dallas comes news that the city is being used as a main office by the La Familia Mexican drug cartel. The location is a natural for Mexican drug smugglers to use because of the major highway I-35 running from Laredo on the border to Dallas all the way through the center of America and [...]
Thursday was Day #3 of the Senate mark-up of S.744 in the Judiciary Committee. Unsurprisingly the Gang of Eight Republicans on the committee (Senators McCain and Flake) continued to hang tough with Democrats to prevent any meaningful amendments. It looked like a committee markup on the surface, but it was a dog-and-pony show with foregone [...]
One of the worst parts of the Senate amnesty bill is the disregard of public safety and the coddling of foreign criminals. And because this item has appeared in at least two previous amnesties, one must conclude that protecting illegal alien gangsters is a priority of the bill’s authors — the the special interests, [...]
It’s not news the Britain’s leftist party favored enormous flows of diverse immigrants who were presumably friendly to the big-government approach to society. In 2009, Andrew Neather, a speechwriter for PM Tony Blair, blabbed that increased immigration under Labour was designed to make Britain more multi-culti and “rub the Right’s nose in diversity.”
Today’s news, however, [...]
The one decent element in the 844-page Senate amnesty bill is the proposed termination of the fraud-ridden terrorist-welcoming Diversity Visa. But the Washington Post used its front page on Monday to sniffle about the loss of future diverse residents — oh the tragedy!
Look at those nice people! Surely America needs more like them. If you [...]
On Tuesday, Somali national Omar Mohamed Kalmio (pictured) got life in prison for a 2011 mass murder in two parts. First he shot his girlfriend, then drove across town to murder her 13-year-old brother, her mother and the mother’s boyfriend.
The killer had quite a violent rap sheet (Detention Extended for Man Tied to Murdered Minot [...]
For some reason, the pollsters over at Pew Hispanic thought Mexican public opinion regarding America would be worth measuring. Perhaps it was published to reflect Obama’s Thursday taco junket to visit the new Mexican president on his home turf (n.b. Key issues on Obama’s Mexico trip: Trade, immigration and drug war).
Anyway, wouldn’t it be better [...]
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 to entry to the welfare office, but enforcement of [...]
Thursday saw an instance of dueling press conferences in the big capitol city. On one side was 7/8 of the Gang of Eight Senators, plus an assortment of other high-profile open-borders enthusiasts in suits, from friend-of-hostile-Islam Grover Norquist to AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka, and representatives from the Chamber of Commerce and la Raza (“the Race”).
All amnesty bills have been extreme documents written in bad faith, and the latest is a doozy by all accounts. One example: deported persons are eligible for US citizenship.
Now that America is again suffering an amnesty assault, I check Senator Jeff Sessions’ press release link daily to check for concise updates.
Sessions Comments On Gang Of [...]
How horrible can the Gang of Eight amnesty plan be?
Consider immediate legalization for millions of foreign lawbreakers, meaning unrestricted access to American jobs, but a five-year delay for universal e-verify. No border security, just a requirement that a plan be submitted, and even then not all of the border would be shut down to Mexican [...]