Today’s Immigration Headlines – Dec 10, 2015

How Billionaires Want to Keep Mass Immigration Going

“The immigration-reform advocacy group founded by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg — (pronounced “forward U.S.”) — and funded by fellow Silicon Valley entrepreneurs including Microsoft’s Bill Gates and Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer — is rolling out a plan for the 2016 election that will include “substantial” investments in battleground states,” NPR reported.

“This primary campaign season, the immigration conversation has been dominated by hard-line rhetoric about border walls, mass deportations and birthright citizenship, and now Donald Trump’s Muslim immigration ban. says it’s trying to refocus the conversation on comprehensive immigration reform.”

Sen. Leahy Amendment Would Bar Religious Discrimination

“Congress is set to vote on Thursday on what some have called an “unprecedented” right that would allow immigrants easier access to relocate to the United States, according to new legislation offered by a Democratic senator,” the Free Beacon reports.

“The legislation, which is being offered by Sen. Patrick Leahy (D., Vt.) as an amendment to a larger bill governing nuclear safety, would prohibit the U.S. government from barring any individual from entering the country based on their religion.”

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the EB-5 Program

“A little-known employment-based visa program has soared in popularity in recent years. The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program gives green cards to wealthy foreigners who invest in commercial enterprises and create 10 full-time U.S. jobs,” says PBS.

“In a two-part series, airing this Tuesday and Thursday, Making Sen$e reports on how wealthy individuals can emigrate to the United States. You can watch the first report at the bottom of this page. But first, here are 10 things you didn’t know about EB-5″

Immigration Doesn’t Benefit All Americans

“The horrific terrorist massacre in San Bernardino, Calif., in which a legal immigrant from Pakistan played a central role, has made the already red-hot issue of immigration even hotter,” says Howard Gold.

“That debate has been sparked by Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, whose call for a “total and complete shutdown” of Muslims entering the U.S. was hit by bipartisan backlash Tuesday.”

Immigration Debate Becoming Unhinged

“For some reason, we as Americans have completely forgotten that our government wastes our hard-earned money, controls what guns we can and cannot have, manages our retirement accounts, and even chooses our doctors. Yet, we are utterly appalled when someone who is not even in political office says he is going to ban certain people from entering the country. The first four scenarios are fact, and the latter is nothing more than someone’s theory, yet we will fight tooth and nail to rid the theory. What have we become? We must not believe that banning a certain group of people from our country, while difficult to pass in Congress, is unconstitutional. It may be immoral and harsh, but it does not negate any written language in our Constitution,” says Justin Holcomb at

The Open Border Millionaires Funding Attacks on Immigration Enforcement

“Few people know the name Bill Reeves or Debbie Berger. Their names didn’t ring a bell to political insiders in Hawaii that Breitbart News spoke to, even though some of them had actually been targeted by groups Reeves funded,” Breitbart News says.

“However, Reeves could be described as the George Soros of Hawaii because of the massive funding he’s given to many radical groups pushing a pro-illegal immigration agenda.”


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  1. avatar SecBorders says:

    So tech billionaires are continuing to fund their open borders campaign, but they won’t be living in the same neighborhoods with all of their cheap labor they claim to love so much. I live in the SF Bay Area, and not that far from where I live you can drive through one of the twenty wealthiest zip codes in the country and as you drive down the main drag you pass the country club and the gated communities and security check point after security check point after security check point manned with guards. There isn’t a lot of racial diversity around there, the Indian H-1Bs and Hispanic laborers live in other much lower income neighborhoods.

    So they are for open borders for everyone else, but use their wealth to insulate themselves from the worst effects of the policies they are using their wealth and power to foist on everyone else. They remind me of the French aristocrats before the French Revolution. “Let them eat cake!” they say while protected by their gates and security guards.

    • Both Zuckerberg and Gates Have no Technical Degrees

      So how are they qualified to know where the best degreed technical engineering personnel are located?

      Those two non-engineer irritants have all but killed off domestic engineering innovation/inventions/research using American engineers….an American engineer nightmare IOWs. BTW, how is Facebook an advanced engineering marvel? Sounds like a glorified address book to me. Same with computer programming….high school grads can pick up this less skilled technical application, easily too.

      I’m for real inventions and research by American engineers….like automobile transmission designs [Chrysler Fiat does not have enough American engineers available to do this BTW]. Where’s the flying cars they promised us in the 1962 World’s Fair by now? The same place the 2-3 fully paid work week in America went….down the overpopulation toilet.

  2. Trump Sees Losing Personal Money Protecting This Nation’s Security

    He doesn’t care.