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In April, 2014, it was discovered that Denver Public Schools (DPS) are working to hire illegal aliens with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival status as teachers. Read more: DACA illegal alien teachers in public schools.
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No matter what they call it, path to citizenship equals legalization equals amnesty for illegal aliens.

Before and after the 2007 amnesty defeat Remember the 1986 amnesty? The 1986 amnesty for illegal aliens was clearly stated by Congress to be a "one time only" amnesty. Yet Congress has since passed a total of 7 amnesties for illegal aliens. In 2007, Kennedy and McCain floated an amnesty for illegal aliens. It collapsed due to conservative Republican opposition and immense pressure from the American people who saw it for the sham that it was.

Now the Gang of 8 is trying to force yet another gang amnesty for illegal aliens upon the American People. It's deja vu all over again. Only this time, the bill is so bad that it will devastate America's future. Americans aren't buying it this time, either.

House Speaker Boehner has said that getting a House amnesty bill to conference committee is essentially dead in 2013. But the amnesty effort will continue. Boehner said the House will continue to move on a piecemeal approach toward amnesty for illegal alien job seekers, and there is talk of pro-amnesty elected public servants trying to enact a "kids" amnesty in the near future.

 

The high cost of illegal immigration

The high cost of illegal immigration
 
 
 
 
 
 
Illegal immigration costs the U.S. over $100 billion dollars a year. This video from the Federation for American Immigration Reform lays out the reasons why illegal immigration costs Americans billions in taxes.

 

They Come to America

They Come to America I
 
 
 
They Come to America is anything but politically correct.
 
"The film focuses on the human and financial costs of illegal immigration. We filmed over the span of 14-months (Oct 2010 - Nov 2011) and journeyed through many states including but not limited to Arizona, Illinois, Florida, DC, New York and Colorado. The debates, events, people, and places we captured on film is simply amazing. When it comes to the topic of illegal immigration, this is a first-of-its-kind film." - Filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch. See more information.   Watch the documentary.

Remember 1986 - the 1986 amnesty debate revisited

1986 amnesty debate revisited
 

 
 
 

This 8 minute video takes a trip 27 years into the past to the 1986 "one time" amnesty debate where we find that the same arguments for legalization that were made in 1986 are being made today. It's deju-vu all over again.
 
Tell your Senators and Representatives: no more legalization for foreign job seekers.

They Come to America II

They Come to America II
 
"Every time the Gang of 8, President Obama and Janet Napolitano spew artificial facts and rhetoric about the borders being secure and the impact of amnesty, they forget the Americans who have sacrificed their lives for this country. Based on what I have seen during my travels, an amnesty for 20 million illegal immigrants will push America over the cliff." - Filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch. Watch the documentary

DC March for Jobs - July 15, 2013

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A quick two minute overview of this important rally for American jobs, followed by individual speaker videos. S.744 guarantees amnesty now in exchange for vague promises of future enforcement, just like the failed 1986 amnesty. The bill would double legal immigration and vastly expand guest worker programs for both low- and high-skilled foreign job seekers.

Immigration 'reform' adds 33 million competitors to jobless Americans

immigration reform amnesty will result in 33 million job competitors to jobless Americans
20 million Americans want a full-time job but cannot find one. This disenfranchised population is disproportionately less educated (no college), disabled, veterans and Black and Hispanic Americans).
 

 
More than a thousand lobbyists for corporate special interests are pushing legislation to keep the U.S. labor market loose and to lower the wages of most U.S. workers, both foreign-born and U.S.-born.
 
The Senate Gang of Eight immigration bill would offer a minimum of 33 million lifetime work permits in the first decade alone (11 million [to 40 million] to current illegal aliens), 11 million to new legal immigrants in a continuation of the current system, another 5 million chain migration relatives of immigrants who have applied but are waiting for their slot in other countries and 6 million new immigrants through new categories and expanded existing categories of immigration). The 33 million in a single decade is almost half of all immigrants who have ever entered the U.S. in its history.

CAIRCO and the Immigration Issue

Colorado Alliance for Immigration Reform - CAIRCO - has supported immigration sanity and enforcement of immigration laws since the mid 1990s. As a non-partisan, non-profit organization, CAIRCO will continue to work for the best interests of Colorado.