Rep. Gutierrez Praises Jeb Bush on Immigration
“Wednesday on MSNBC’s ‘The Rundown With José Díaz-Balart,’ Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-IL), one of the top Democrat immigration advocates who personally lobbied President Barack Obama for his executive order amnesty, praised Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush for his immigration position,” Breitbart News reports.
Obama Ejects Illegal Alien Heckler from White House Event
“The crowd that attends the annual White House reception celebrating LGBT Pride Month is generally a welcoming one. That was largely the case on Wednesday for President Obama, save for a rowdy heckler. Before Obama could get into his speech, he was interrupted by an attendee screaming, “No more deportations.” The President said he’s generally “just fine” with a few hecklers, but that when you’re in his home, you should play by his rules,” Time Magazine reported.
DHS Family Detention Plan Criticized
“A Homeland Security plan to ease the rules governing the detention of illegal immigrant families is drawing fire from GOP lawmakers. One Senate staffer warned that federal authorities can’t even remove the thousands of undocumented immigrants who’ve already been ordered out of the country. According to the Washington Examiner, GOP critics say the plan to release families from detention on bond if they can argue they face persecution in their homeland will only create more of an incentive for migrants to make an illegal crossing into the United States,” Newsmax.com writes.
Canada Moves Toward Skills Based Immigration
“Immigration continues to be the nation’s most persistent headache. Everyone acknowledges it as Headache No. 1, but nobody has either the solution or even an effective headache powder. The masses keep crowding the border, and the politicians punt. On the nation’s doorstep, Canada has had an immigration procedure as fouled up as our own, with more immigrants arriving than any country but Australia. Since January, Canada has turned to the practical task of sorting through the demands of that vast troubled world out there that wants to come to North America,” the Washington Times writes.