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Senate judiciary committee hearings: enforcement advocates outshine amnesty crowd

The Senate Judiciary Committee kicked off its immigration hearings Tuesday. Chairman Patrick Leahy, who has earned a career F grade (1989-2013) for his immigration advocacy, called two star witness, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and infamous illegal immigrant Jose Antonio Vargas. Leahy and other supporters would like you to believe Vargas represents a typical case study for why aliens should be awarded amnesty. 

Congressman Bob Goodlatte: Our First Line of Defense against an Obama Amnesty

Meet one of our best friends on Capitol Hill, Bob Goodlatte (R-VA). With House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-TX) term-limited out pursuant to GOP seniority rules, Goodlatte is poised to replace him.

President Obama is making loud noises and promises he may not be able to keep about delivering amnesty. We need a tough, dedicated man like Goodlatte at the Judiciary helm.

In Swing State Iowa, Obama Makes Empty Amnesty Promises

For a statement that was originally “off the record,” President Obama’s promise to the Des Moines Register turned out to serious have legs. Earlier this week, the CAPS homepage led with a feature story published by USA Today that quoted Obama as pledging to the Register that during his second term, the GOP will back his plan for comprehensive immigration reform.

According to Obama:

Debate III: Garbage Time for the Uninformed; Lies about U.S. Education, No Mention of Meddling Mexico

Post Debate III, analysts repeatedly commented that Monday night gave “undecided voters” one last chance to evaluate President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney. I disagree. Obama and Romney used the third debate as a platform for an all out effort to appeal to “uninformed” voters. Anyone with a modicum of understanding of domestic or foreign affairs spent the entire 90 minutes doubled over in laughter.

Missed in the Debate

Even at 90 minutes, the first debate between incumbent Obama and candidate Romney had not even a nodding reference to one of the big issues facing the nation – immigration. (Yes, I know, there are SO MANY big issues.)

Round One: President Barack Obama versus Challenger Mitt Romney

During the hours leading up to Debate I between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, I made the conscious decision not to watch. I’ve been paying close attention to presidential politics since 1960 when John F. Kennedy narrowly defeated Richard Nixon in the first ever televised debate.

House Representatives Smith and King: the Heavyweights in America’s Ongoing Battle Against Obama’s Immigration Duplicity

House Judiciary Chairman Lamar Smith has questions for Immigration Customs and Enforcement director John Morton and therefore by extension also for Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and President Barack Obama. Rep.

Obama’s Self-Serving Executive Order Most Hurtful to Unemployed Minorities

Whether the final total number of newly authorized workers that President Obama’s executive order will create is the administration’s projected 800,000, the Pew Hispanic Center’s 1.4 million or the probable 2 million the Migration Policy Institute expects, one fact  the other side can’t argue with: each new work permit issued makes an

Remember Jennifer Wedel?

You probably don't remember the name but you may remember her troublesome situation.  She joined President Obama on a Google+ hangout in January 2012.  Jennifer relayed to President Obama that her husband, a semiconductor engineer, has been unemployed for 3.5 years despite an arduous job search.  President Obama was unclear why Mr. Wedel was not employed.  Obama was advised or heard that someone in her husband's field "should be able to find something right away."  The President offered to help if she would send him her husband's resume.

Unemployed Americans Ask Obama What His Plan Is For Them

Earlier this week during an online video chat room session known as  “Hang Out” with President Barack Obama, Jennifer Weddel from Ft. Worth, TX. asked him the question we’ve all been wanting answered.

Weddel, whose husband is an unemployed semiconductor engineer, demanded to know: “Why does the government continue to extend H-1B visas when there are tons of Americans just like my husband with no job?”

The following exchange then occurred: