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The truth about Obama’s “temporary” Ebola amnesty by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2014 When it rains, it pours. Just before unveiling his colossal administrative amnesty for millions of “undocumented” aliens and foreign tech workers on Thursday, President Obama separately ordered up to 8,000 more executive pardons and special work passes for Liberians, Sierra Leoneans […]
Jose Antonio Vargas: The face of the entitled illegal alien by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2014 They’ve blown it again, big time. They just can’t help themselves. During the Bush years, the open-borders movement won over bleeding hearts in the White House but alienated the American public with radical displays of La Raza (“The […]
Amnesty Gang Throws Law-Abiders Under the Bus by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2013 President Obama and the bipartisan Gang of Eight in Washington who want to create a “pathway to citizenship” for millions of illegal aliens have sent a message loud and clear to those who follow the rules: You’re chumps! Have you patiently […]
More catch, less release.
Politicians under the influence.
What a great idea!
Citizenship USA, redux?
Everything old is new again.
Citizenship USA…Destino 2008.
On Monday, I reported on how Congress gives special relief to convicted murderers, smugglers, and other alien law-breakers through private claims bills that sabotage deportation efforts. Today in my syndicated newspaper column, I report on another aspect of the deportation abyss–the endless appeals process and immigration litigation lottery played by deportable aliens and their open-borders […]
Chock full of enforcement tricks and illegal alien treats John Boehner called the Bush-Kennedy immigration bill a “piece of s**t” last night. Yeah, after sifting through it the past couple of days, I need a shower. Debate resumed in the Senate this morning. Yesterday, an amendment sponsored by Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) that would have […]
***bumped to the top…LA school officials will join students in walkout, LATimes reports: “[I]f students walk out, school officials plan to march with them — walkie-talkies and cellphones in hand — to help protect them. In addition, buses will be on call to take students back to their respective schools after the march is over, […]
You’ve heard about the two men who were busted for allegedly plotting to bomb the Herald Square subway station. You may not have heard that one of the men, Shahawar Matin Siraj, a 22-year-old Pakistani national living in Jackson Heights, New York, had run into problems with immigration authorities. According to this article, Siraj was […]
Here’s the transcript of a local PBS town meeting on immigration I attended last week. It was the usual Can’t We All Get Along-Celebrate Diversity-Embrace Change emote-a-thon. Frank Senso was as fair as a PBS host can be on this issue. But the panel was about as kookily unbalanced as Courtney Love teetering in stiletto […]