Sierra Club Pulls Out of Earth Day Event Because FAIR is Attending
“The Sierra Club is pulling out of an Earth Day festival in Dallas, Texas scheduled for April 23 because groups that want to restrict immigration — whether legal or illegal — will be in attendance. The festival will also be attended by the Federation for American Immigration Reform, NumbersUSA and Progressives for Immigration Reform, all of which seek to reduce the number of people coming into America. Each group says they are participating because they have an environmental message,” the Daily Caller reported.
Deported Illegal Alien Charged With Kidnapping, Murder in NJ
“A previously-deported illegal alien from El Salvador faces felony charges after he allegedly stabbed a man to death outside a New Jersey nightclub and kidnapped a woman. According to police, Salomon Rosendo Gomez-Serpas, 23, stabbed 30-year-old Mario Ortiz outside the Imperial Latino Lounge after the two got into an argument Saturday night, and then he kidnapped an unidentified woman who was later found unhurt,” Breitbart News says.
Milwaukee Sheriff Wins Stay in Court Fight Over Detainer Records
“Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. announced Thursday he will seek state Supreme Court review of a ruling that he turn over uncensored immigration hold requests to an advocacy group. And while his lawyers prepares that petition, he will not have to turn over the records, as the Court of Appeals stayed its order from earlier in the week,” JSonline.com reports.
Obama Amnesty Plan Put All the Eggs in the Executive Action Basket
“Comprehensive immigration reform, as we know it, is dead. There are no congressional meetings taking place behind closed doors. No bipartisan bills up for a vote. Instead the entire progressive agenda on immigration is riding on a single case about to be argued next week before an ideologically split Supreme Court,” MSNBC says.
What is Monday’s Hearing About?
“In November 2014, President Barack Obama unveiled what he hoped would be a centerpiece of his second term: executive actions meant to bypass congressional inaction and help millions of undocumented immigrants come out of the legal shadows in the U.S. But a federal court put the skids on the program, blocking it from going forward in February of 2015 and now its future is in the hands of the Supreme Court,” CNN reports.