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Now Do You Get It?

President Obama stated:

Remember the Victims of Illegal Aliens

Santa Barbara has suffered unspeakable loss at the hands of a mentally ill person. Mothers, fathers, family, friends and community have had to say goodbye unexpectedly and too soon. A child who loses a parent is an orphan; there is no word for a parent who loses a child. The families of the victims and the perpetrator are suffering, for both have permanently lost pieces of their hearts.

New Border Policy: ‘You’re Free. You Can Leave.’

When illegal immigrant Maria and her two children arrived in El Paso from Guatemala, the first words they heard from immigration officials were the ones they’d been hoping for: “You’re free. You can leave.”

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.

Amnesty Advocates Arrested at White House: Reid Supports Them, Obama Hedges; Where’s Enforcement?

Not that more evidence is needed to prove that forces pushing a blanket amnesty refuse to take “no” for an answer, but here’s the latest.

On President’s Day, U.S. Park police arrested about 30 demonstrators who the United Methodist Church and the National Day Labor Organizing Network had gathered at the White House north gate. Before acting, the police issued three warnings asking that the protestors tone down their anti-deportation chanting.

Congress Wants Americans to Trust Them on Immigration Enforcement; Why Should We?

Earlier last week, a California reporter called me to ask if I thought the House would pass amnesty legislation in 2014. During our conversation, in which I told him I don’t think Congress will act this year, the reporter got around to wondering what’s happened to internal enforcement, once a vital part of the old Immigration and Naturalization Service.

DHS Rewrites Immigration Law---Again!

The U.S. Citizen and Immigration Service, a department within Homeland Security, recently announced that effective March 4th, it will accept provisional unlawful waiver applications submitted by the illegal alien parents, children and spouses of United States citizens. Read the USCIS announcement here.

A Broken Record Plays on; Less Enforcement Coming in 2013

President Obama’s relentless refusal to enforce federal immigration law and his failure to take even modest steps to reduce illegal immigration continue unabated.

Last summer, in an unprecedented measure, the White House advised the Department of Homeland Security to give administrative amnesty to thousands of what it deems to be low priority aliens.

Washington D. C. Mayor and White House on the Same Wave Length: Leave Illegal Immigrants Alone!

When Washington D.C., through its mayor, officially announced that it has no intention of cooperating with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, it sent a signal to its constituents that those elected to protect them actually hold them in low regard.

Amnesty for Millions of Illegal Aliens--Without Congressional Action

There is a famous question that asks, "If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one there, does it make a sound?"  I would suggest a slightly different question, "If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one there, does it matter if it makes a sound?"

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