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illegal aliens

Ebola and the Enterovirus — Preventable Plagues?

October 5, 2014

Right now two plagues are a scourge across America — Ebola and the Non-Polio Enterovirus D-68.  While our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims of these highly infectious and deadly diseases making their rounds around the USA, two notions popped into my mind. First, how in the hell did Ebola get in the [...]

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Christie Signs New Jersey’s DREAM Act

December 21, 2013

Chris Christie’s gearing up for 2016.  Since the Establishment GOP is likely planning to vote with Democrats next year on amnesty, New Jersey’s governor Chris Christie is getting with the program, signing a version of the DREAM Act (which is a misnomer, since there has been no “Act” passed by Congress, only some targeted regulations [...]

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Oops, Illegals Released as Part of Sequester

February 27, 2013

In order to scare Republicans into capitulating on yet another stand-off with the President, ICE decided to let certain illegal aliens out of jail “in order to stay within their budget” because of the impending sequester cuts. My firm belief has always been that any politician in Washington or state house or city hall who [...]

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Obama Dictates on Immigration

June 15, 2012

Why go through Congress when the President can use his powers and the unelected fourth branch of government (our labyrinthine bureaucracy) to simply will it into being? I’m sure Congress is asking itself a similar question after President Obama’s executive order asked DHS to stop enforcing deportations of younger illegals (no vote pandering there!), while [...]

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Obama’s Political “Backdoor Amnesty” Solution

August 19, 2011

There are two points regarding this story about the DHS suspending deportations of illegals using the standards put forth in the not-going-to pass DREAM Act which stand out: First is the administration’s use of their old play: “If you can’t get it through Congress, use the bureaucracy to push it through anyway“.  Here’s another example [...]

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DREAM Act Nightmare Ends For Now

December 19, 2010

Yesterday, the Senate failed to get enough cloture votes on the so-called DREAM Act, the latest door to blanket amnesty.  Thus, with the calender running out and still so much to do in this lame duck session (which is absolutely ridiculous to begin with since the people have spoken and we rejected their progressive statist [...]

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Arizona and Real Human Rights Violators

August 31, 2010

You be the judge on whether or not Arizona’s immigration law should be included in an American report to the United Nations on potential human rights violations:  which of the following does not belong? #1.  A woman named Neda protesting for democracy in Iran shot and killed by plain-clothes military agent: #2.  The government-backed Janjaweed [...]

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“Political Jurisdiction” and Birthright Citizenship

August 13, 2010

Arguments about whether or not children of illegals should be afforded citizenship rights because they were born within America’s territorial jurisdiction continue.  Does territorial jurisdiction also mean political jurisdiction?  Should that distinction matter?  I think we really do need to sort this out. Perhaps we can without messing with the Constitution.  The Supreme Court may [...]

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Clarify Birthright Citizenship

August 8, 2010

Republican Minority Leader John Boehner said that we should consider taking another look at the concept of “birthright citizenship” in this country.  Democrats hate that idea, while Republicans see that an unrestricted approach to the birthright concept demonstrates how anchor babies and chain migration contribute to the illegal alien problem, which hurts schools, strains hospitals, [...]

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AZ Law Protests Result in Arrests

July 29, 2010

Despite the teeth of Arizona’s illegal alien law being pulled out by activist judge Susan Bolton, protesters in motion will not be denied!  Today, about 50 people were arrested in Phoenix for confronting police officers at a rally opposing the weakened law.  I hope existing protocol allows the cops to ask about their legal status!  [...]

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Obama Nation: Firing Illegals, Not Arresting Them

July 10, 2010

Amazingly, the New York Times reported a trend happening in the Obama Administration regarding illegal aliens employed throughout the nation — punishing the businesses who hire them, while letting the other law-breakers go.  These “silent raids” target business through employee audits, fining the businesses, but by-and-large leaving the other perp (the illegal alien) to remain [...]

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Jon Kyl Calls Out Obama on the Border

June 22, 2010

Last Friday Arizona Senator Jon Kyl told a North Tempe Town Hall Tea Party event why he believes President Obama is grandstanding on the new Arizona immigration law and refusing to control the borders: Red State first reported on this and Mark Levin picked up on it.  So, the law and constitutional obligations are second [...]

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The Worldwide Anti-Arizona Tour Continues

May 19, 2010

It’s happened twice in the past week:  the Obama Administration has spoken negatively about the “troubling” Arizona illegal immigration law overseas at America’s expense. First, the Assistant Secretary of State Michael Posner spoke to the Chinese behind closed doors about the new law.  Here’s what Bill O’Reilly had to say about that in his Talking [...]

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The Latest Justice Department Target: Sheriff Joe Arpaio

March 12, 2009

In the Obama Nation, Sheriff Joe is the bad guy, while the 16,000 illegals he’s detained are worthy of a Justice Department protection and the investigation of potential violations of their civil rights (Notice:  I italicized “illegals” because these detainees in question are, well, “illegal”).  The reason for the investigation stems from the fact that those 16,000 [...]

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