Lack of Enforcement, Lure of Amnesty Help Spike Unaccompanied Minors’ Crossings

President Obama recently ordered Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to investigate methods by which deportations, the few that actually occur, could be handled “more humanely.” Nevertheless, protest demonstrations continue. Many feature young children who, no coincidence, are wearing “Don’t Deport My Mom” T-shirts and American flag bandanas which open borders lobbyists likely bought for them.

Administration's Immigration Policies Create De Facto Amnesty, Encourage More Illegal Immigration

The Senate bill (S.744) that would have created Comprehensive Immigration Reform was defeated in the last session of Congress.

March Madness and the Amnesty Full Court Press

Since the nation is in the grip of March Madness mania, I’ll use basketball lingo to describe what’s new in the relentless Capitol Hill push for comprehensive immigration reform: it’s the full court press!

Administration Admits Truth about ‘Record Deportations’

The Obama Administration has finally admitted the truth: it has not conducted “record deportations” of illegal aliens. The admission came from Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, following the revelations of critics who debunked the alleged record.

Hand Outstretched, House Chair Goodlatte Enters Enemy Territory

On March 18, House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte was 2,500 miles away from his Washington D.C. office and the Roanoke, Virginia district he’s represented since 1993.

‘Humane’ Deportations Translate to No Deportations

White House Fountain Dyed GreenIn a radical upgrade to his already far-reaching unconstitutional immigration nonenforcement, President Obama ordered his Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to review U.S. deportation policy.

Obama Ignores Checks and Balances

Did President Obama study American civics when he was in school? One among many who wonders is Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), who heads the House Judiciary Committee. Recently Goodlatte held hearings to determine what steps Congress might take to rein in a president who governs by edict without regard for the constitutional limits on the executive branch.

Said the Virginia lawmaker:

Laws Irrelevant if not Enforced

Generally laws are enacted to deter undesirable activities or actions. The enforcement of such laws is primarily done for two reasons: to punish those who commit the violations of laws and to deter others who would contemplate violating those same laws.

Our immigration laws exist for two primary purposes: to protect innocent lives and the jobs of American workers. It is generally agreed that the great majority of illegal aliens who violate our immigration laws do so in order to work in the United States.

Tepid February BLS Report Shows Little Job Growth, Less Reason for Amnesty

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Zuckerberg in Disguise Returns with New, Misleading TV Ad

He’s back! Multibillionaire Mark Zuckerberg is back using a tiny portion of his vast $20 billion Facebook fortune to lobby for a blanket amnesty. Both personally and through, Zuckerberg has been pushing hard for months.