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December 10, 2013 |
19 Very Disturbing Facts on Illegal Immigration Every American Should Know
Saturday, 10 August
Boehner accused of tilting toward ‘amnesty’ with new hire
Obama Crossed “Constitutional Line” Says Witness at House Hearing
December 4, 2013
Russian Diplomats Charged with Benefit Fraud
By David Seminara, December 6, 2013
Amnesty Incorporated: DHS Hires Activist Immigration Lawyers
December 4th, 2013 - 5:20 pm
December, 2013
Great Threats & A Great Opportunity
Texas defies feds; we shut the border down ourselves, said Lt. gov.
December 8, 2013
Corpse of Tortured Mexican National Found in U.S. Near Border
9 Dec 2013
Border Patrol Arrests 14 Smugglers and Illegal Immigrants, Seizes 4 ATVs, $2.5 Million in Marijuana
Tell Congress to Hold the Obama Administration Accountable,
 Ask your Member to Co-Sponsor H.R. 3611 Today!
Dear Ruthie,
Since taking office in 2009, President Barack Obama has used the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to systematically dismantle and undermine federal immigration law. By issuing a series of memos in the name of so-called “prosecutorial discretion,” President Obama’s DHS has eroded immigration enforcement and forced federal agents to selectively apply our immigration laws only against those the Administration deems a “priority.” Consequently, the vast majority of illegal aliens are simply ignored when encountered by Homeland Security.
As a result of these prosecutorial discretion memos (a.k.a. the “Morton Memos”), including President Obama’s 2012 DREAM Act amnesty, hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens have been granted the ability to stay in the country and work! In doing so, the Administration has completely circumvented Congress, enforcing immigration laws as President Obama and his special interests would like them to be—not as they actually are written.
To bring transparency to the Administration’s abuse of power and help end the President’s governance by executive fiat, Congressman Scott Perry (R-PA) has introduced H.R. 3611. This legislation, appropriately titled the “DHS Immigration Accountability and Transparency Act of 2013”, would require the DHS Secretary to submit an annual report to Congress on the effects of the Obama Administration’s immigration policy memos. Among other things, the report would require DHS to make public statistics regarding the number of illegal aliens allowed to stay and work in the U.S., as well as information regarding the cost of these initiatives to the American people. Moreover, the legislation takes the important step of requiring that any future changes the Administration would like to make to our immigration laws be made through the formal regulatory process, as opposed to little publicized memos quietly placed on DHS’ website.
This legislation is more important than ever! The Obama Administration issued two additional memos just last month that would grant even more subsets of the illegal alien population green cards and put them on a path to citizenship.
Several true immigration reformers have already signed on to Rep. Perry’s legislation as co-sponsors, including Reps. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), Lou Barletta (R-PA), Tom Cotton (R-AK), Phil Gingrey (R-GA), and Lamar Smith (R-TX). Ask your Member in the House of Representatives to join them by co-sponsoring H.R. 3611, the “DHS Immigration Accountability and Transparency Act of 2013” TODAY!
Email your Member today! Find out how here.
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Paul Ryan Most ‘Open Borders Person in Congress’
6 Dec 2013
AZ sheriff on Tom Tancredo: “He won’t back down until amnesty is off the table.”
By Lynn Bartels  The Denver Post 
Lynn Bartels
Western Conservative Conference - Phoenix, Feb 22, 2014
60% Think U.S. Not Aggressive Enough In Deporting Illegal Immigrants
Hunters accuse Minn. DNR of racial profiling
 Saturday, December 7, 2013
Illegal alien charged with raping young child in North Carolina
Dave Gibson|Immigration Reform Examiner
Marco Rubio: “I’m not sure” if political fallout from my immigration votes will impede me politically
Posted by The Right Scoop The Right Scoop  on December 5th, 2013 in Politics | 121 Comments
Marco Rubio says he’s not really sure if the political fallout (loss of supporters) over his position and votes on immigration reform will impede him in his future runs for office, whether it be another term as Senator or the president. But he made clear that keeping supporters is not why he makes decisions.
Cops: Illegal alien raped deaf/mute woman in Florida
Dave Gibson|Immigration Reform Examiner