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At her confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s nominee for U.S. Attorney General, asserted that everyone has a right to a job in the United States, regardless of immigration status. In response to a question by Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), “Who has more right to a job in this country? A lawful immigrant who’s here, or citizen—or a person who entered the country unlawfully?” Lynch provided an astounding reply that demonstrates that … [Read More...]
Atty. General Nominee Lynch Says Obama Amnesty "Reasonable" "President Obama's nominee for Attorney General dodged important questions about the president's executive amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants, but indicated that the legal argument was 'reasonable,'" Breitbart News reported. "During a Senate Judiciary Hearing this morning, nominee Loretta Lynch explained that she was 'not … [Read More]
Conservatives Claim Victory in Border Bill Skirmish "House Republicans have pulled a border security bill from floor consideration this week amid concerns by conservatives that the legislation is not tough enough. Republican leadership aides told the Washington Examiner that internal opposition was not behind their decision, but conservatives are claiming victory," the Washington Examiner … [Read More]
This Blog is taken from Five Things the Republican Congress Must Do in 2015. E-Verify. To work in the United States, people must furnish a social security number or tax ID number. The data in each social security file contains sufficient information to determine whether the person using the number is the person to whom it was issued. The technology is readily and cheaply available to verify … [Read More]
Half of Federal Arrests Are Immigration Related "Federal immigration arrests hit an all-time high of 85,458 in 2012 — and now account for half of all federal collars, according a new Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) analysis of the most recent data available. Drugs offenses ranked second in federal arrests, at 15 percent," Newsweek reported. "The previous high reported by the BJS, 84,749 … [Read More]
French Court Upholds Stripping Citizenship of Terrorist "France's top court on Friday upheld the government's decision to strip the citizenship of a Franco-Moroccan man convicted of terrorism-related crimes, amid calls to expand such measures after deadly attacks in Paris," the AP reported. DeBlasio, Garcetti Announce Brief Supporting Obama Amnesty Policy "Mayor Bill de Blasio and Los Angeles … [Read More]
A new data resource is available for better understanding the major role of immigration in driving the rapidly rising U.S. population by Federation for American Immigration Reform Spokesperson, Jack Martin. The website is www.immigrationandpopulation.com. Over the last half century, the country added 130 million residents to the 170 million population in 1960 – a 72.5 percent surge. The … [Read More]
Call Your Representatives and Urge Them to Oppose! House GOP leaders are working at a break-neck speed to get what they are calling the "toughest border security bill ever" to the House floor next week. House Homeland Security Chairman Mike McCaul (R-TX) introduced the bill, H.R. 399, last Friday and House leadership announced plans to bring it to the floor next week! The bill, H.R. 399, … [Read More]
Border Bill Would Require Just 27 Miles of Fence "The new border bills drafted by Republican leaders require the actual removal of at least 66 miles of weak border fencing between Mexico and the United States. The border bills also only require for the construction of 27 miles of effective double-layer fencing along the 2,000-mile border," the Daily Caller reports. Obama Makes Few Mentions of … [Read More]
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