SEIU to Start Attack Ads in Support of Amnesty
“When viewers tune in for coverage of the Latin Grammys on Thursday, they’ll also see ads from the pro-immigration reform groups SEIU and iAmerica Action targeting Republicans over their opposition to deportation relief for undocumented immigrants,” the Huffington Post says.
GOP Field and Legal Immigration
“It was quickly overshadowed by the terrorist attacks in Paris, but a plan Ted Cruz unveiled last week was a sign that the 1990s Republican debate over legal immigration levels is back,” the Washington Examiner says.
“The latest sign, that is. Scott Walker implied he would view legal immigration through the prism of its impact on American workers, but was vague about what this meant about the number of newcomers admitted each year and was accused of talking out of both sides of his mouth. His campaign is already over.”
Obama Has Opened the OPT Floodgate
“President Barack Obama is quietly opening another immigration door just for foreign professionals —and 120,000 overseas graduates are rationally rushing in to snag U.S. white-collar jobs and the chance to win the greatest prize on the planet: American citizenship,” Breitbart News says.
“The growing rush was highlighted Nov. 16 by the New-York-based Institute of International Education, which showed a dramatic increase in foreign professionals joining the the “Optional Practical Training” visa program.”
Clash of Civilizations
“Daniel Horowitz, Senior Editor of the Conservative Review, says we need to halt Muslim immigration into the western world.
Horowitz tells Steve K. Bannon on Sirius XM’s Breitbart News Daily that ‘we are completely focusing on the wrong issues’ when it comes to the debate over bringing in Syrian refugees into the United States. He argued that ‘this is not about vetting’ but that this is about the Muslim ideology,” says Breitbart News.
Debate at College Over Immigration
“Experts went head to head at the Tivoli on this election’s hot topic of immigration. The Nov. 10 debate was part of the Exploring Economic Freedom Lecture Series organized by MSU Denver economics professor Alexandre Padilla. It was moderated by KUSA-TV 9 NEWS reporter Jonathan Gonzales. Mark Krikorian and Alex Nowrasteh, co-authors of ‘Open Immigration: Yea & Nay,’ took center stage,” Mynetmedia says.