In Wednesday’s Rules Committee meeting, Congressman Mo Brooks urged the members to remove the illegal alien/DACA language from the National Defense Authorization (NDAA). Freshman Congressman Dave Brat has also spoken against the military amnesty scheme and commented during the hearing. (See Brat’s article in the Daily Signal, Defense Funding Bill Shouldn’t Allow Illegal Immigrants to Enlist […]
Many elected officials want the immigration issue to go away so they can continue servicing the businesses that demand slave-cheap workers. But the little citizens notice the worsening state of the nation due to open borders and permissive immigration — there is less respect for law, more danger from jihadist enemies, schools overwhelmed with illegal alien […]
Pamela Geller returned to Garland Texas on Sunday to respond to January’s “Stand with the Prophet” jihad conclave that condemned America’s First Amendment because it allows us to tell the unpleasant truth about Islam and Mohammed. She chose the same venue in the same town to emphasize that Americans will not give up our treasured free […]
When we see news of the African invasion of Europe, what’s generally presented is the situation on the Mediterranean of rickety boats jammed with young men determined to reach the free stuff of the First World. What’s even more alarming is how far they travel over dangerous desert terrain to demand life in Europe.
The BBC […]
On Wednesday, the Dutch freedom fighter Geert Wilders delivered a speech to the Conservative Opportunity Society in Washington. He was invited by Congressmen Steve King and Louis Gohmert to the city for a couple of events.
The usual suspects objected to his being welcomed to the capital city to warn against hostile Islam, as he does […]
The Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on Tuesday morning where the Chairman, Chuck Grassley, had the opportunity to question DHS chief Jeh Johnson for the first time since Obama’s executive amnesty last November. Senator Grassley used the opportunity to quiz Johnson directly about a case of a man, Emmanuel Rangel-Hernandez, who received the President’s […]
Earlier this year, it became known that accused mass murderer Emmanuel Jesus Rangel-Hernandez was a DACA recipient despite having recognized gangster affiliation. (See my blog, Known Gang Member and Accused Killer Was Amnesty Recipient.)
Below, one alleged victim of Rangel-Hernandez was a contestant in the TV show America’s Top Model, Mirjana Puhar.
This week the USCIS admitted to […]
It’s a welcome change to see a major religious figure take a sensible view about America’s enemies, who in this case happen to self-identify as belonging to a certain religion. In comparison, the pope wants Europe to “do more” to rescue illegal alien boat people headed north from Africa, even though many are Muslims, not […]
It’s been an interesting week in American border non-security. News came out a few days ago that ISIS was running a camp in Mexico just eight miles south of the US, according to Judicial Watch:
Islamic State operating in Mexico just 8 miles from U.S. border: report, Washington Times, April 14, 2015
[. . .] Judicial Watch […]
A refreshingly bipartisan list of Senators has sent a letter to the Justice Department, Department of Homeland Security and the Labor Department urging federal investigation of H-1b visa abuse. Ten senators signed the letter, including five Republicans (Sessions, Grassley, Vitter, Cassidy, Inhofe) four Democrats (Durbin, Blumenthal, Brown, McCaskill) and one Independent (Sanders).
One notable name missing […]
American voters are mostly sensible people who understand that rewarding a bad behavior (e.g. border jumping) cannot be eradicated by rewarding it (amnesty with work permits and benefits).
Now there’s a new survey finding that 62 percent of US voters think the government isn’t doing enough deporting, a number up 10 percent from a year ago. […]
The company that created Baxter, the $25,000 robot designed to do manufacturing jobs 24/7, has come up with a new machine that is smaller and capable of finer movements. So while Baxter can pack boxes and other simple movements, Sawyer’s more delicate touch allows it to perform some aspects of electronics manufacturing, for example.
The company’s […]