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The Point of Impeachment
Tolerating Obama’s lawlessness invites a destructive new era of dictatorial presidency
National Review Online

In writing Faithless Execution: Building the Political Case for Obama’s Impeachment, I had a purpose: Explain that the capacity of Congress to oust a lawless president is central to the Framers’ design of our governing system. Because executive power is awesome, and intended to be that way, certain abuses of it can be...

Rate of Illegal Alien Males In Workforce 12 Percent Higher Than U.S. Born Males
Breitbart

An illegal [alien] immigrant male residing in the United States  is more likely to be gainfully employed than a male who is a legal immigrant or U.S.-born citizen, a senior demographer at the Pew Research Center think tank told lawmakers.

In 2012, the most recent year for which data is available, an estimated 91...

Supreme Court may hear case on school barring American flag shirts on Cinco de Mayo
LA Times

California school dispute that arose when students wore shirts emblazoned with the American flag on Cinco de Mayo could prompt the Supreme Court to take a new look at free-speech rules for high schools ...

The legal battle began on May 5, 2010, at Live Oak High School south of San Jose, when several students wore...

Denver unveils new statue to commemorate Cesar Chavez Day
The Denver Post

The words, "Si, se puede," rang through the streets of north Denver Saturday morning as hundreds of people marched to commemorate Cesar Chavez...

Their destination was Cesar Chavez Park, named for the Latino civil rights activist who dedicated his life to improving conditions for farm workers. His legacy of, "Si,...

How returning home after years in the US gets complicated
MSN News

Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula juts out into the Caribbean like a defiant fist and, 3,000 miles away, the San Francisco Bay Area looks like a miniature version of it ...

In the city of Oxkutzcab, in the heart of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, many locals associate Fernando Buenfil Góngora with the ultimate immigrant success...

The boom is bust: Higher housing costs, fewer births, more deaths slow O.C. to a crawl
Orange County Register

Orange County’s population growth is little more than a trickle these days, according to figures released this week by the U.S. Census Bureau ...

..the net change in migrants from other countries grew by 29 percent in 2014 from the previous year, much of that growth was wiped out by a domestic exodus...

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Mexico's national soccer team finds a great home venue -- in the U.S.
Last year Mexico played more games in U.S. than U.S. national team did; on pace to do so again this year
The Los Angeles Times

Mexico's national soccer team will play 13 games in two hemispheres and three time zones within the first seven months of this year. It will play on two continents, in outdoor stadiums, indoor stadiums and some with retractable roofs.

Where it won't play is in Mexico ...

This isn't to say the U.S. team isn't...

Stolen truck full of $1 million in shoes recovered in Utah, UHP says
Deseret News

A semitrailer reportedly stolen out of Oregon filled with 5,800 pairs of shoes worth an estimated $1 million was recovered in Utah ...

UHP troopers in Box Elder County spotted the semitrailer at a Texaco truck stop in Elwood on Monday. When they found it, the stolen rig was hooked up to a trailer. The trailer was...

California's gardens tell an immigrant story
PRI's The World

The people who run California's ever-buzzing leaf blowers, weed whackers and lawnmowers are almost always Latino immigrant men. They call themselves jardineros, Spanish for gardeners ...

One professional jardinero is Efraín Valladares, a Mexican who's been working in the US doing gardening work for 18 years. I meet...

What happens when deportation separates parents from their kids?
MSN News

Immigration policies can often split apart families. But at least one study has found that deported immigrants will likely keep trying to come back to the United States to be with their families — regardless of the risks involved ...

The 2014 study, led by Jodi Berger Cardoso of the University of Houston, examined...

Corporate Sovereignty Provisions Of TPP Agreement Would Massively Undermine Government Sovereignty
As Leaked Via Wikileaks
TechDirt

For years now, we've been warning about the problematic "ISDS" -- "investor state dispute settlement" mechanisms that are a large part of the big trade agreements that countries have been negotiating. As we've noted, the ISDS name is designed to be boring, in an effort to hide the true impact -- but the reality is that...

Obama’s Border Surge Invaders are Back!
Limits to Growth

It’s spring and the weather is pleasant for travel from Central America to the American southwest compared with the brutal heat of summer. The illegal alien Centrals are attracted by the boatload of freebies they receive upon arrival in deluxe “detention” facilities before they are transferred to more permanent quarters...

Finding the Right Price for Water
Government Executive

There's a classic economic paradox about the price of water and value, and it comes from Adam Smith: Why do diamonds cost more than water? The comparison is meant to demonstrate how pricing works—that even though water is essential for human survival, our economy puts prices on things based on scarcity and value (and...

STEM Wages’ Shocking Stagnation Destroys Case For Increased Immigration
VDare

Last week’s damaging Senate Judiciary Committee testimony (see here and here) suggests that legislation expanding H-1B program is going nowhere (which may be why the Regime is threatening one of its imperial decrees for guest workers: Indian IT Industry Gets a Boost As Obama Decides To Ease L-1B Visa Norms, by Mohul Gosh,...

Appeals court sets April hearing on Obama immigration action
The Washington Post

A federal appeals court has scheduled an April 17 court hearing to listen to arguments about whether to lift a temporary hold on President Barack Obama’s immigration executive action.

Obama’s plan — which could spare from deportation as many as 5 million people who are in the U.S. illegally — was blocked last month...

12,509 illegal kids already over border in second wave, just 1 in 6 returned
Washington Examiner
The next explosion of illegal teen border crossing is in full swing, but just one-in-six are being sent home, with most of the rest settled in the United States, according to new government figures.   The U.S. Border Patrol agency reported that they have seized 12,509 illegals under age 18 since October, making it the...
With Senate vote, illegal alien driver’s license money headed to governor
The Denver Post

With a unanimous Senate vote Monday, a spending bill to add money to the program that provides driver’s licenses to immigrants in the country illegally is headed to Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s desk.

The immigrant driver’s license legislation vexed state lawmakers for half the session as Republicans moved to...

Compromise yields partial funding for illegal alien licenses program
KDVR
A bipartisan compromise Wednesday brings to an end a long-running battle over funding for a Colorado DMV program issuing driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants [illegal aliens].   The Joint Budget Committee voted 6-0 to approve some of the additional funding requested by the Dept. of Revenue to meet the high demand...
Hispanic activists organizing in support of tougher immigration laws
My Fox Houston

Pedro Rivera is 53 years old, Hispanic, and a retired military man. He's also part of a growing number of Hispanic Texans pushing for stronger immigration enforcement, including the passage of SB 185, which would stop cities from implementing policies banning local cops from asking immigration-related questions.

“I'm...

Is it time to change the 14th Amendment?
Orange County Register

Think of the 400 “birth tourism” babies born in Orange County in a single year as snuggled in little pink and blue bassinets waving tiny Stars and Stripes, and that’s a pretty nice image.

But then think of the $2 million the feds say an Irvine company made off mostly wealthy mothers who came to Orange County from...

California Farmers Skip Planting, Sell Water to Desperate Cities - We're Afraid They'll Just Take It
DC Clothesline

The water crisis in California is reaching epic proportions.

And it’s going to cost everyone, big time.

After a sustained drought, NASA has reported that the state has less than one year of water reserves remaining, with no back up plan if things go wrong.

Now, there is so much demand for water in...

DHS released another 30,000 criminal aliens onto streets
Washington Times
Federal immigration officers released another 30,000 immigrants with criminal records last year, following the 36,000 it released in 2013, the government announced Wednesday — though it promised to take steps to cut down on the problem.   U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the agency that handles detention and...
‘Like an idiot I believed that’: Judge blasts DOJ over immigration claims, threatens sanctions
Fox News

A federal judge sharply scolded a Justice Department attorney at a hearing on President Obama's immigration executive actions, suggesting that the administration misled him on a key part of the program -- and that he fell for it, "like an idiot."...

The testy court hearing was held Thursday in Texas by U.S....

Professor Warns H-1b Expansion Could End Tech Jobs for Americans
Limits to Growth

Rutgers Professor Hal Salzman was a standout witness in Tuesday’s Senate hearing because of his grasp of the facts and skill at explaining the danger to citizens’ employment from bad policies.

Senator Sessions questioned the professor on the subject of legislation:

SESSIONS: In an article that appeared in...

Feds tell Colorado delegation they will process seasonal visas
The Denver Post

The Department of Homeland Security late Tuesday announced it will restart processing H-2B visas for temporary seasonal workers.

"It looks as if visa requests will be processed for those employers who have received their labor certifications," said Kristen Fefes, executive director of the Associated Landscape...

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