Jessica Vaughan CIS note time change on Supreme Court hearing Texas vs US on The Ruthie Report

Please ……. !!! NOTE !!! a Time change for Guest - Jessica Vaughan will join the show at 9 pm INSTEAD of the normal 10 pm CST regular scheduling.

Jessica Vaughan CIS Note early time on Supreme Court hearing Texas vs U.S. on The Ruthie Report

The Ruthie Report

Please join Ruthie Thursday, March 24th, 2016 at 10 pm EST, 9 pm CST, 8 pm MST or 7 pm PST

With GUEST: Jessica Vaughan - Bio below

Ms. Vaughan will join the program at 9 pm CST instead of 10 pm CST

Ms. Vaughan and Ruthie will discuss the ramifications of the upcoming hearing at the Supreme Court regarding Texas vs U.S. - Immigration.

Issues Jessica and Ruthie will discuss include but not limited to are:

-Such as the States themselves

-Eight Judges and a tie

-Future Litigation no matter how it rolls out

-Benefits - SSN Welfare etc. for the addition illegal aliens DAPA

-DACA and DAPA is only temporary - would this make it permanent?

-If the Judges do what Obama himself said he could not do - will a Family Unification follow…

here of course - not there?

-What is the time frame for voting concerning this lawsuit

and more


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Links of the Lawsuit……………….
Over Half The States Are Suing Obama For Immigration Actions
01/26/2015 06:54 pm ET | Updated Jan 27, 2015
The 26 states involved in the lawsuit, according to Texas, are: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Supreme Court ruling on immigration may spur more challenges


Krauthammer: If Obama Wins Exec Amnesty Case ‘You Can Send Congress Home,’ ‘There Are No Laws’


Executive Amnesty Case Arguments Start Soon APRIL 5, 2016

Administration’s High DACA Approval Rates May Impact Supreme Court Decision MARCH 27, 2016

House Votes To File Amicus Brief In Landmark Immigration Case MARCH 17, 2016

House Will File Supreme Court Brief in Executive Amnesty Case MARCH 1, 2016

Supreme Court to Hear Executive Amnesty Case JANUARY 19, 2016

Ms. Vaughan’s BIO:

Jessica M. Vaughan serves as Director of Policy Studies for the Center for Immigration Studies, a Washington, DC-based research institute that examines the impact of immigration on American society and educates policymakers and opinion leaders on immigration issues. She has been with the Center since 1992, and her area of expertise is immigration policy and operations, covering topics such as visa programs, immigration benefits and immigration law enforcement. Ms. Vaughan recently completed several major projects on immigration and crime, including a Department of Justice-funded project studying the use of immigration law enforcement in transnational gang suppression efforts. In addition, she is an instructor for senior law enforcement officer training seminars at Northwestern University’s Center for Public Safety in Illinois.

Prior to joining the Center, Mrs. Vaughan was a Foreign Service Officer with the State Department, where she served in Belgium and Trinidad & Tobago. Her articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Boston Globe, The Economist, In the National Interest, Providence Journal, Hartford Courant, Arizona Republic and other publications, and can be found at She has testified before Congress several times and advises state lawmakers and agencies on immigration issues. She is frequently cited in news media reports on immigration, and has appeared on NPR, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, and PBS’s NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.

Mrs. Vaughan has a Master’s degree from Georgetown University and earned her Bachelor’s degree in International Studies at Washington College in Maryland.


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