The House recently passed legislation to grant amnesty to illegal aliens. Now Democrat Senators are urging the Senate to pass a companion bill. Among them Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Chris Van Hollen (D-MD), Ben Cardin (D-MD), and Tim Kaine (D-VA). Cardin endorsed this step saying, "We need to stand up for the American values of compassion and diversity. " An American value he didn't mention was the rule of law. Read more at breitbart.com
We reported a few days ago that the so-called "Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants" bill being pushed by Republican Senator Mike Lee of Utah had...
Get ready for a new illegal alien crime wave. Under the Obama regime's new policy, federal immigration authorities will refuse to detain any illegal alien for future deportation unless the illegal has been convicted of at least THREE previous misdemeanors.
Republicans Senate Judiciary Committee, with the exceptions of Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake, called on Jeh Johnson, the nominee to head the Department of Homeland Security, to enforce immigration laws. They sharply criticized the administration and DHS for consistently undermining enforcement.
Even the lefties in multicultural Los Angeles are worried about the costs of amnesty for millions of illegal aliens.
An excellent article by Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder of Tea Party Patriots, notes that "The national chamber is one of the nation's loudest advocates...
Will Hispanics be asked to identify themselves racially in future Census surveys?
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) expressed strong disagreement with the claim of The Wall Street Journal that U.S. companies can't find enough Americans to take jobs in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields. Said Sessions, “Each year, the U.S. graduates twice as many students with STEM degrees as are hired in STEM occupations. Contrary to the suggestion that these students are finding better, higher-paying jobs, the opposite is true. About 35 percent of science students, 55 percent of technology students, 20 percent of engineering students and 30 percent of math students who recently graduated are now working in jobs that don’t require any four-year college degree.” Criticizing companies for hiring foreigners for cheap labor instead of Americans, the senator stated, “America is a country, not a spreadsheet. A country puts the needs of its own citizens first.”
President Trump accuses Democrats in Congress of putting the protection of illegal aliens above the protection of Americans. During his weekly radio address, the President...
President Trump said that America will face a "tidal wave" of illegal immigration if the Democrats take control of Congress after the midterm elections. Trump made his statement at a speech in Topeka, Kansas, where he was supporting the gubernatorial campaign of Kris Koback, a strong advocate of measures to stop illegal immigration. Read more at breitbart.com