Roy Beck, of NumbersUSA, appeared Monday on MSNBC to discuss Obama’s illegal amnesty (spare video link). While much of the chatter lately has been about deportations, Beck emphasized the central issue regarding the policy’s effect on the American people: The work permits are the amnesty.
ROY BECK: We want members of Congress to think that it [...]
Every city news outlet should replicate the New York Post’s detailed report on the effects on local schools, including dollar costs, from the flood of illegal alien kiddies from Central America.
Sunday’s Post front page directed readers to the story:
Educating backward children from the Third World is an expensive project. One example is Lynn Massachusetts, where [...]
There’s nothing like a good, thorough list to analyze a policy position, and the ever thoughtful Daniel Horowitz has a fine one for the President’s amnesty speech (text) on Thursday.
Top 10 Lies from Obama’s Nullification Speech, By Daniel Horowitz, Conservative Review, November 21, 2014
“The one [a president] can confer no privileges whatever; the other [the [...]
Ronald S. Colburn, a retired Deputy Chief of the US Border Patrol, has some strong opinions about the looming amnesty and how it will affect the agents’ ability to do their job of protecting the nation.
RONALD COLBURN: I absolutely believe it will make the situation much much worse. I see the President is sprinting toward [...]
Neil Cavuto had an interesting mix on Emperor Obama’s upcoming amnesty, to be announced on Thursday.
First, he showed a jaw-drop clip of Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-TX) on Tuesday, spewing forth with typical liberal generosity with other peoples’ jobs, schools and future. As a black woman, she should be aware of the harm to persons of her [...]
It’s good to see Bill O’Reilly again do some good coverage of the danger to Americans posed by illegal alien criminals allowed to run wild by the government.
In Tuesday’s program, he reminded viewers that a deported alien who returns is committing a felony and may receive up to two years in the slammer. (See Findlaw.com’s [...]
In these pages, I have discussed some of the numerous cases in which full blown war criminals have been admitted to America as immigrants and refugees, usually because of sloppy or non-existent background checks.
But following the Second World War, the US government started to notice German talent and purposely welcomed known Nazis to America. The [...]
On Friday, a Mexican man and his wife engaged in a six-hour crime spree that began when Sacramento County Deputy Danny Oliver approached a car he thought suspicious. The Mexican, Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte, shot Oliver and fled the scene, later shooting two other deputies, killing one, and wounding a motorist.
Now we learn that the accused [...]
Public safety — both from exterior enemies and interior criminals — should be Job #1 for government at all levels. But the current administration is more interested in changing America fundamentally (in a bad way) than providing basic protections for the people.
Kudos to USA Today for digging up the facts on the release of illegal [...]
I love a happy deportation story, where the illegal aliens go home and readjust to living among their own people and speaking their own language 24/7. We know those things are important to foreigners because they complain endlessly about having to adjust to an English-speaking nation filled with Americans in order to mooch money and benefits [...]
It can be hard to keep up with the administration’s dismantling of immigration enforcement, particularly concerning the border which is now open to any alien who can rent a kid.
Now the feds are taking apart Operation Streamline, a rare bright spot in a largely dismal border enforcement landscape.
The program has a common sense approach: process [...]
A recent Pew Hispanic report is being cited by the liberal press as illustrating “millions of people living in constant fear of removal” in the words of the Washington Post.
The Post further remarked that “half of the nation’s 11 million undocumented immigrants have lived here for at least 13 years,” in a state of extreme [...]