Tag Archives: Immigration Reform

I.C.E. Now Deems Illegal Alien Children ‘Unaccompanied’

Nothing like semantics to confuse the masses. According to reports, I.C.E. is no longer using the term “Unaccompanied Alien Children” to refer to the stream of minor illegal aliens flooding across the Southern border. The children have commonly been referred to as “unaccompanied alien children,” or “UACs.” With the new directive, laid out in a… Read More »

DHS Report Shatters Claims From Gang Of Eight On Biometric Exit/Entry

“This report is unbelievable in that we didn’t know about it. I am highly offended. This is why the American people are upset about this. They don’t trust their government. The IRS can’t be trusted, the Homeland Security writes a report and keeps it secret and nobody knows why, because it rebuts what we’ve been told about an entry/exit visa system.”

Marco Rubio and the Magic Beans

Shortly after last year’s presidential defeat and at the beginning of the Great Republican Panic of 2013, I wrote here about what a bad idea morally and legally amnesty for illegal aliens is. Guess what? It still is. In a sane universe “immigration reform” would be specifically designed to benefit the citizens of the nation… Read More »

Rand Paul supports amnesty, bilingualism, and open borders, opposes employment verification

In recent weeks, Rand Paul has made a meteoric rise in Republican politics, dramatically raising his name recognition, winning (albeit by a slim margin) a CPAC straw poll, and successfully duping many conservatives (including some of my friends) into believing that he’s more sane and more practical than his nutty father, whom Republican voters rejected… Read More »

Senate Immigration Bill Delivers Amnesty and Cheap Labor, but Not Immigration Reform

WASHINGTON, April 16, 2013  — As expected, the Gang of Eight’s long-anticipated immigration plan offers sweeping amnesty for illegal aliens, even greater access to low-wage labor for business interests, and more worthless promises of border security and workplace enforcement, charged the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR). Senate leadership is now poised to rush this voluminous piece of legislation… Read More »

Congress back in session with focus on immigration and guns

Today Congress returns for a 10-week long session that may determine whether President Obama has a positive legacy for his two terms in office. Congress is likely to focus on gun control and immigration reform – the two most-visible issues to voters. New gun law is currently focused on the criminal background check system. Democrats… Read More »

Obama pivots to spanish language television after failures on budget, guns, healthcare

The President is scheduled for sit-down interviews with Spanish language television networks Telemundo and Univision in an attempt to refocus American’s attention from his failures on the budget and gun control and the growing negative view Americans have on Obamacare. President Obama is likely to focus on immigration reform – something that is much more… Read More »