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LA Supervisor Report: Children of Illegal Aliens Cost L.A. Co. $54M a Month
Additional $54 million in welfare payments issued in April to illegal alien parents
The children of undocumented immigrants cost Los Angeles County more than $54 Million per month, Supervisor Mike Antonovich announced Friday.   In a press release,  Antonovich said that the tally came from figures provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services (DPSS).   The DPSS estimated that...
Jeb Bush touts family-focused, 'fertile' immigrants as economic boon
"Immigrants create far more businesses than native-born Americans,” Bush said
NBC News
Speaking to religious conservatives Friday, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush said that welcoming immigrants to the United States will be an economic boon because they are hard-working, family-oriented and “more fertile.”   Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks at the Faith & Freedom Coalition conference on June 14 in...
Senate Bill Doubles Annual Flow of Guest Workers
Center for Immigration Studies

The Schumer-Rubio bill, which will be debated by the full Senate starting next week, would allow unprecedented increases in the number of temporary workers. A new Center for Immigration Studies analysis of the bill finds that, in the first year, the bill (S.744) would admit nearly 1.6 million more temporary workers than...

Obama: [Lies] Illegals Must Learn English, Go to Back of Line for Citizenship

In President Barack Obama's weekly address [June 8, 2013], he makes a hard sell for the Senate to pass the immigration reform bill currently under consideration. While describing a path to citizenship, the President takes an uncharacteristically harsh stance:

This bill would provide a pathway to earned citizenship for...
National Data | May Jobs: Immigrants Still Far Ahead Of Americans—And Native-Born Hispanics Grab Most New Jobs

Unemployment ticked up to 7.6%, in May, according to the Payroll Survey. The economy created 175,000 jobs about the same average monthly job growth for the past year, but the labor force grew faster than employment. Nevertheless, the labor force participation rate for native-born Americans is lower this May than it was last...

Why the brazen dishonesty about amnesty bill?
Tom Tancredo decires 'Rubio Circus' pushing Obamacare-like proposal
World Net Daily

One question keeps popping up in the debate over the U.S. Senate’s “Gang of Eight” amnesty bill, S.744. It’s not a question about what’s in the 1,000-page bill, it’s about the packaging. The arguments for the amnesty bill are so blatantly dishonest that they defy conventional logic and analysis...

If the amnesty...

What Americans Need to Understand about 'Comprehensive Immigration Reform'

Next week, the U.S. Senate is expected to begin deliberation on S.744, the Gang of Eight's secretly-negotiated bill that promises to deliver "comprehensive immigration reform." By "comprehensive," the sponsors mean giving amnesty to an estimated 12 million [to 20 million to 40 million] illegal aliens...

They also...

House Votes to Overturn Obama Administration No-Deportation Policies

During debate on the Department of Homeland Security’s appropriations bill, the House voted cut off funds for implementing Administration policies that shield most illegal aliens from the threat of deportation. The 224-201 vote on an amendment sponsored by Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) could be a harbinger of the difficulties...

Another Lesson From 1965: More Immigrants = More Poverty

The story so far: the 2013 Schumer-Rubio Amnesty/ Immigration Surge bill, which aims to double legal immigration from what are already historic highs, must be regarded as the 1965 Immigration Act on steroids. The 1965 Act notoriously unleashed an era of mass immigration after a 40-year lull, and shifted the ethnic mix of...

U.S. Suffers Biggest Pay Drop On Record, As Workers Squeezed Tighter
Huffington Post

The economic "recovery" just keeps getting worse for the average worker: U.S. employers squeezed their employees even harder than usual in the first quarter, leading to the biggest drop in hourly pay on record.

Hourly pay for nonfarm workers fell at a 3.8 percent annualized rate in the first quarter, the Bureau of...

Colo. gov. signs Drivers License law for illegal aliens in private
The governor also signed dozens of bills in private Wednesday, some of them quite controversial.   Those included a measure to allow Colorado residents without legal immigration status to receive driver's licenses. Another would take firearms from domestic abusers. He insisted the private signings weren't meant to avoid...
Why do we have immigration laws?
National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Why do we have immigration laws?   It's really quite simple: they are designed to protect Americans and U.S. society from things that are seen at the time as dangerous or bad for us. While immigration to this country is, overall, a good thing, not all things about it are good. Immigration laws are designed to control those...
The immigration threat can come from within
USA Today

A proposal of amnesty does nothing to make our country safer. It does nothing to make it easier for legal residents to find a job. And it is fiscally irresponsible. So, exactly why would we do this?

Is it safe now to talk about illegal immigration in terms of national security and fiscal prudence?

For some...

Immigration reform will hurt black Americans most

A recent letter signed by a bipartisan group of black leaders states that with black unemployment at nearly double the rate as the national average, the new immigration reform  bill will hurt the black population more significantly than other segments. The letter and commentary is highlighted in a June 3, 2013 article on...

Immigration Reform 2013: The Road to Socialism Is Paved With Amnesty

As the U.S. is recovering from the Great Recession, Americans in general consider the economy, jobs, and budget deficit as their top priority. However, it is a critical moment for them to carefully examine current immigration bills, which are making remarkable progress in both the Senate and House. These bills amount to...

Immigration Deluge Will Drain Water Resources
Santa Barbara NewsPress

As the Obama administration attempts to press its version of immigration reform through Congress, here are three relevant issues unlikely to be considered in the debate.

First, you probably won't hear a thing about droughts, either present or future. Yet according to the Science World Report website, 2013 has the...

Senate Immigration Bill Could Create Millions of New Voters in 6 Months
The Rubio-Schumer immigration bill in the Senate would legalize around 11 million [to 30 million] currently illegal immigrants [illegal aliens] 6 months after passage. Most would have to wait over a decade to become citizens, but they would be legal immigrants under Federal law.    If a current proposal in New York City is...
Video: US border intelligence report
National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers NAFBPO.org
  "This border [the US-Mexico border] is not secure, but is a dangerous and lawless place."

Highlights from the video, published May 26, 2013.

In 2010-2011, Tucson sector on-duty agents reported apprehending 3% of the illegal aliens they know entered, and were patrolling effectively less than 70...

Video: Inside Immigration Reform: Securing the U.S.- Mexico Border

[Transcript excerpts. See original article for video.]

...RAY SUAREZ: It's critical to the debate over immigration reform: security along the United States' nearly-2,000-mile border with Mexico.

Nogales, Ariz., is a case in point. A long stretch of fencing separates the 20,000 residents there from more than...

The Romeike Case—What’s Wrong With Wanting White Immigrants?

"Back in March, I reported on the predicament of music teachers Uwe and Hannalore Romeike, who fled Germany in 2008 due to government harassment they received for home schooling their children. They had been fined and were facing the possibility of losing custody of their children... The Romeikes settled in Tennessee and...

How Many Amnestied Illegals Will There Be in Your State?
Center for Immigration Studies

The proposed legalization of some 10 million [to 40 million] illegal aliens has been debated as a national issue, as it should be, but the on-the-ground impact will vary tremendously from place to place within America.

To get estimates of the likely state-by-state distribution of those to be amnestied should S.744...

DHS Can’t Locate 266 Illegal Overstays that ‘Pose National Security’ Risks
CNS News

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) cannot find 266 potentially dangerous foreign nationals who have overstayed their visas, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

According to testimony from Rebecca Gambler, director of the Homeland Security and Justice for GAO, on May 21, 2013 before the...

Big Media Lobby for Immigration Bill
Canada Free Press

Big media corporations are lobbying for passage of the Gang of Eight’s 844-page immigration bill, S. 744. Critics call it amnesty.

In addition to Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation (the parent of Fox News), the companies include:

Walt Disney Co. (owns ABC News) Hearst Corp. (owns 15 daily newspapers,...
DHS to be granted total dictatorial power in immigration bill, all laws nullified, voters silenced
Minority Report

Sen. Jeff Sessions, an Alabama Republican, has entered a letter into the congressional record from law enforcement personnel around the country who are warning S.744, officially titled the “Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act,” would grant sweeping, discretionary powers to “political...

Lesson From 1965: More Immigrants = More Violent Crime

The 2013 Schumer-Rubio Amnesty/ Immigration Surge bill now being debated aims to double legal immigration from what are already historic highs. In many ways, it can be regarded as the 1965 Immigration Act on steroids.

The 1965 Act notoriously unleashed an era of mass immigration after a 40-year lull, and shifted the...