Today’s Immigration Headlines – Aug 4, 2015

Huntington Park Puts Illegal Aliens on City Commissions

“Huntington Park became the first city in California to appoint two undocumented immigrants as commissioners on city advisory boards, a lawmaker confirms. City Councilman Jhonny Pineda has picked Francisco Medina to join the health and education commission and Julian Zatarain for the parks and recreation commission,” CBS News reported.

Levin: America is Not a Nation of Immigrants

“Talk show host and bestselling author Mark Levin sees immigration as one of the most important issues facing America today and believes the country better contain it — or future generations will suffer the consequences. In the final part of The Daily Caller’s exclusive interview with Levin in connection with his new book, ‘Plunder and Deceit,’ the political commentator explains why it is vital that conservatives transcend “nation of immigrants” rhetoric and put the interests of citizens first,” the Daily Caller writes.

GOP Candidates Say Enforcement Comes First

“Republican presidential hopefuls dodged the thorniest issues on immigration Monday, saying the immediate priority is to secure the border while handling the size of legal immigration and final decisions on the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants must wait until enforcement has been restored,” the Washington Times wrote.

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  1. avatar Cici says:

    People talk about letting illegal immigrants (whom they casll “undocumented workers”) come “out of the shadows.” That would be funny if it weren’t so serious. The people in the shadows are Americans afraid to speak out against mass immigration for fear of being labeled racists and being harassed in ways that can’t be proven until they quit their jobs.