DACA and the Courts – What will happen next is the question

Again we find that a liberal judge in New York and as usual the 9th Circuit Court on DACA opinions of the judges was made to thwart the right of the DHS and by extension the authority of President Trump to discontinue an action that mislead hundreds of thousands of DACA recipients. The original DACA decision by DHS bypassed Congress, did not follow proper administrative procedure, and was done by Obama and his DHS without even preparing an executive order or memorandum in 2012 as mentioned in an earlier post this week. In response to the ruling in January, DHS … Continue reading

Democrat lies perpetrated against Citizens on DACA and Immigration Reform since 2007

Congressional Democrat Lies perpetrated against US citizens on DACA and Immigration Reform since 2007 Democrats have held the majority vote in Congress from 2007-2011. From 2011 to 2014 they held the senate majority. In 2015-2016 the Republicans finally managed to gain control of both houses and even now the Republicans waddle when Democrats quack. Yet the Democrats were unable to pass bills on Immigration reform or on DACA. There is something fishy on this front — 2007 – Reid introduced a reform bill that ended up with over 185 amendments yet could not pass in the senate (out of 100 possible … Continue reading

Democrats caught in their own sticky web of lies on DACA, the wall, and reform

Trump Just Proved Democrats Don’t Care About DREAMers DailyWire Ben Shapiro January 29, 2018 So, the Left has now gone fully insane on immigration. Last week, I theorized that President Trump’s big immigration proposal had been generous by design — that Trump had offered citizenship to 1.8 million illegal immigrants and another 4 million through chain migration because he wanted to demonstrate that Democrats are so unreasonable that they would malign even that generosity. Trump tweeted just that this weekend: @realDonaldTrump I have offered DACA a wonderful deal, including a doubling in the number of recipients & a twelve year … Continue reading

Could the Sanctuary City Case stop the overreach of local judges

The ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Case Should Make Courts Stop Issuing National Rules For Local Cases Chicago’s ‘sanctuary’ cities case offers an important opportunity to challenge a dangerous practice of relatively recent advent: granting a nationwide injunction in a local dispute. The Federalist Margot Cleveland January 18, 2018 On Friday, the Department of Justice heads to the 27th Floor of the Dirksen Federal Building in downtown Chicago to defend its August 2017 decision to withhold federal funding from “sanctuary” cities. There, the DOJ will argue to a three-judge panel of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals that a lower court erred in … Continue reading

Immigration Reform, Case in point – Trump was right

This next story from the January DoJ press releases had me stumped so I had to do a bit of research. Back story: Cameroon: Cameroon’s divide has its roots in the end of World War One, when the League of Nations divided the former German colony of Kamerun between the allied French and British victors with the French ultimately assuming control. In the mid-20th century Cameroon was largely a trust territory under France supervised by the United Nations. As a country Cameroon achieved independence on January 1, 1960. Then in October 2017, a boiling cauldron of clashes between French and … Continue reading

US pulls out of UN’s Global Compact on Migration

AFP•December 2, 2017 United Nations (United States) (AFP) – The administration of President Donald Trump has withdrawn the United States from a United Nations pact to improve the handling of migrant and refugee situations, deeming it “inconsistent” with its policies, the US mission to the global body announced Saturday. “Today, the US Mission to the United Nations informed the UN Secretary-General that the United States is ending its participation in the Global Compact on Migration,” the Americans said in a statement. In September 2016, the 193 members of the UN General Assembly unanimously adopted a non-binding political declaration, the New … Continue reading

Sentence of more than 27 years for Ohio Terrorism Supporter handed down by US Judge

Ohio is home to a growing community of immigrants. While about 4 percent of residents are foreign-born, one in six Ohioans working in the sciences is an immigrant according to the American Immigration Council. The top countries of origin for immigrants were India (12.4 percent of immigrants), Mexico (8.7 percent), China (7.1 percent), Germany (3.5 percent), and Canada (3.2 percent). Half of all immigrants in Ohio are naturalized U.S. citizens and around 42 percent are college educated. More than 50,000 U.S. citizens in Ohio live with at least one family member who is undocumented. Thousands of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients live in … Continue reading

The Left Has Blood On Its Hands In Manhattan

Leftists who refuse to stop Islamic terrorism want people to die. November 1, 2017 Daniel Greenfield Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism. Earlier this year, a final settlement was reached in the war on the NYPD’s counterterrorist Islamic surveillance. The Manhattan courtroom where the lawfare effort to dismantle the NYPD’s ability to stop terrorist attacks was heard is blocks away from the site of the latest Islamic terrorist attack in New York. Walk two blocks down to City Hall. And then head … Continue reading

DACA In Perspective – Obama/Democrat Scam

What are the facts on DACA? To qualify for DACA Applicants must meet the following major requirements, although meeting them does not guarantee approval: 1- Came to the United States before their 16th birthday. 2- Have lived continuously in the United States since June 15, 2007. 3- Were under age 31 on June 15, 2012 (i.e., born on June 16, 1981 or after) 4- Must be enrolled in school or have a high school diploma or equivalency 5- Have no felony convictions or no significant misdemeanors Looking at Information on DACA at a few sites  AZ Central: Bureau of Labor Statistics … Continue reading

SCOTUS Leaves in Place Lower Court Ruling Limiting Rights of Illegal Entrants

  For some reason, this has not filtered out in the news (imagine that) or shown up on video reports until now. In the case of illegal immigrants, at this time it appears ACLU lost a round and US Citizens have finally seen federal courts and the Supreme Court begin to rule against the rights of illegals to be allowed the same privileges of law that a citizen has. The accuracy of the video on the legal issue is a bit over the top and not entirely accurate but it definitely expresses the anger over the issue of illegal immigrants … Continue reading

Immigration’s Alphabet Soup Is Turning Sour – Some of the mind-controlled rats there may need to be rethinking their employment soon

The September 8, 2016 OIG Report created quite a stir online and in congress. But there is so much more that should have been questioned and addressed.  This is only one drip in the dam.  We won’t know until after Trump takes office just how bad the deliberately altered statistics, the rotten inner management, and the truly frightening security threat will be.  The leaked documents may help but they only serve at this time to frustrate us simply because we know that Obama’s crew were only hired as YES worker bees. DHS OIG HIGHLIGHTS Potentially Ineligible Individuals Have Been Granted … Continue reading

Trump Names Pick For Vice President, It’s As American As You Can Get

With much appreciation to “America Conservative 2 Conservative”  Trump Names Pick For Vice President, It’s As American As You Can Get   November 18, 2015 by Sean Brown @ Mad World News H/t sonya On Tuesday, Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump announced who it is he would tap for vice president if he gets the nod in the primaries from the GOP, and America is collectively cheering. In recent months, The Donald’s views have seemed to come into alignment with those of the Republican Senator from Texas, Ted Cruz, so it makes sense as to why he would tap him … Continue reading

Is the U.S. committing suicide by immigration?

Immigration and Our Founding Fathers’ Values From: townhall.com,  by Michelle Malkin,  on Dec 11, 2015,  see the article HERE. President Obama claims that restricting immigration in order to protect national security is “offensive and contrary to American values.” No-limits liberals have attacked common-sense proposals for heightened visa scrutiny, profiling or immigration slowdowns as “un-American.” America’s Founding Fathers, I submit, would vehemently disagree. Our founders, as I’ve reminded readers repeatedly over the years, asserted their concerns publicly and routinely about the effects of indiscriminate mass immigration. They made it clear that the purpose of allowing foreigners into our fledgling nation was … Continue reading

Quote Of The Day — November 20, 2015

. “Strangers are welcome because there is room enough for them all, and therefore the old inhabitants are not jealous of them; the laws protect them sufficiently so that they have no need of the patronage of great men; and every one will enjoy securely the profits of his industry. But if he does not bring a fortune with him, he must work and be industrious to live.” Benjamin Franklin,  “Those Who Would Remove to America”, 1784   ~ ~   Grouchy   ~ ~

Ted Cruz releases his immigration plan (in detail)

From: tedcruz.org,  released Nov 13, 2015 Here’s the link to Ted Cruz’s Immigration Plan I just finished reading Ted Cruz’s plan for fixing our immigration problems. I was especially concerned about his earlier stance on H-1B visas that I didn’t like and that’s covered fully in the plan. It is fairly voluminous and covers just about everything that was a question in my mind – except what’s going to happen to the (oft-quoted) 11 million illegals already here. As was discussed in CW’s excellent post yesterday, it’s ludicrous to think that the 11 million are going to be: 1) identified … Continue reading

The Pope’s Hypocrisy on Immigration

From the Washington Times: The pope, traveling to the U.S. for the first time, has made a special appeal to Americans to welcome immigrants, using his address to a joint meeting of Congress Thursday to invoke the Golden Rule in demanding generosity toward the millions of Central and South Americans seeking to come to the country. “Thousands of persons are led to travel north in search of a better life for themselves and for their loved ones, in search of greater opportunities. Is this not what we want for our own children?” he said. “We need to avoid a common … Continue reading

Trump’s Immigration Proposals – One Guy’s Analysis

Following is my own personal analysis of Donald Trump’s position paper on immigration. I did some amateur digging and gathered more detail on Mr. Trump’s proposal to satisfy my own questions about his statements. I confess to being skeptical about Trump since he comes across to me as an arrogant, loudmouthed blowhard. But recently, he has been saying things that I believe needed to be said while the other candidates have been mute. Oh, we hear the platitudes and sound bites where they declare that they came from humble beginnings and have consistently fought for the middle class, but most … Continue reading

Ground Swell Chorus – No More Refugees

GROWING CHORUS ACROSS U.S.: ‘NO MORE REFUGEES!’ Obama continues to plop thousands of Muslims here WND by Leo Hohmann August 16, 2015 Complete Article HERE   Somali refugees get ready to meet with city officials in Minneapolis, Minnesota. “The pushback started earlier this year in South Carolina, then spread to Minnesota, Idaho, and now North Dakota. Michigan and Ohio are also organizing against what local residents say is a sinister and sneaky federal program that almost never gets serious coverage from local media. It’s the U.S. State Department’s refugee resettlement program, which has been humming along on autopilot since Congress … Continue reading

Latest on 5th District Court–26 States vs DAPA

Associated Press July 10, 2015 —  With hundreds of immigration activists rallying outside, a federal appeals court panel heard arguments on whether it should revive President Barack Obama’s plan that could protect 5 million people living in the United States illegally from deportation. Republicans criticized the plan as an illegal executive overreach when Obama announced it in November. And 26 states challenged the plan in court. Immigrants’ rights groups across the country rally outside the Fifth Circuit to call for an end to the delay in implementing the immigration initiatives that President Obama announced in November 2014. A federal judge in … Continue reading

Census Bureau Immigration Report

Immigrant Population to Hit Highest Percentage Ever in 8 Years By Karen Zeigler, Steven A. Camarota April 2015 (Steven A. Camarota is the Director of Research and Karen Zeigler is a demographer at the Center for Immigration Studies.) While they did not receive much attention when they were released last month, new projections from the Census Bureau show the enormous impact of immigration on the U.S. population. For the first time, the Bureau projected the future size of the immigrant (foreign-born) population and found that by 2023 immigrants will account for more than one in seven U.S. residents (51 million) … Continue reading