Working for logical immigation reform based on a stable population, a recognition of the finite nature of our natural resources and the adverse impact of continued growth on our quality of life, standard of living, national interest, character, language, sovereignty and the rule of law. Pushing back and countering the disloyal elements in American society and the anti-American rhetoric of the leftwing illegal alien lobbies. In a debate, when your opponents turn to name calling, it's a good sign you've already won.

Friday, May 3, 2013

Congress has always believed in our gulibility

Is the Gang of Eight Plan “Amnesty”?
A study of other recent amnesties indicates that it is


WASHINGTON, DC (May 3, 2013) — The “Gang of Eight” senators argue that their bill (S.744) is not an amnesty because illegal immigrants would have to pay a fine and fulfill other requirements as a condition of legalization. Yet seven recent tax and parking-ticket amnesties imposed conditions and payments on those who violated the law, and in every case these programs were considered to be an amnesty by elected officials, the public, and the media. Like the Schumer-Rubio immigration bill, each of  the amnesties discussed below set aside the normal penalty but still required payments.
Examples of recent amnesties:
  • In 2012 Rhode Island offered what the state government and media outlets explicitly called a “tax amnesty”. The state even created the to promote it. The amnesty allowed certain taxpayers to pay overdue taxes plus seventy-five percent of interest due by November 15. The remaining interest and civil and criminal penalties were waived.
  • The town of Huntington, N.Y., just completed a parking ticket program described as an amnesty by the town board, town supervisor, and local media. To qualify for the amnesty, past due tickets issued January 1, 2005, or later had to be paid by April 30, 2013. The person had to pay the ticket value plus any penalties, but could do so at a 40 percent discount.
  • In 2009 Louisiana ran what the state itself called a “tax amnesty”, even setting up a “Tax Amnesty Website”. The media also referred to it as an amnesty. The program covered past due taxes from 2001 or later. If taxes owed and 50 percent of interest  were paid during the two-month amnesty period, the remainder of the interest plus civil penalties were waived.
More examples at:

Members of the Senate’s Gang of Eight have argued that S.744 is not an amnesty. On his website promoting S.744, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) states that, “No one gets amnesty”. He argues that because the beneficiaries have to meet requirements and pay fines it is not an amnesty. He even states, “no undocumented immigrant is rewarded with anything”. Similarly, Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) argued in a National Review opinion article, “This bill ensures that no illegal immigrant will be given amnesty or rewarded for illegal behavior.”  When asked if the bill was amnesty in a recent interview Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) stated, “not at all.” Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) also claimed in a recent interview that the bill is not amnesty.
Despite claims to the contrary, S.744 is similar to the tax and parking ticket amnesties discussed above. The normal penalty for being in the United States illegally is that the alien must leave the country. Under S.744 this penalty is set aside and illegal immigrants who arrived prior to January 1, 2012 are given legal status and can remain in the country. They must also pay a fee of $500 initially, and undergo a background check. Like all the amnesties discussed above, S.744 includes conditions and payments. If S.744 is not an amnesty, then none of the tax and parking ticket amnesties discussed above are amnesties, even though everyone involved with them considers the programs to be amnesties.
“The Schumer-Rubio immigration bill is an amnesty, and those who claim otherwise are not being honest with the American people,” said Steven Camarota, Director of Research at the Center for Immigration Studies.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Notorious GAng of Eight N Immigration Bill bodes ill for U.S. Population Growth -- Dee Perez-Scott Loves It!

33 million!!!!!
That's the number our analysts came up with after nearly two weeks deciphering the 844-page bill created by the "Senate Gang of Eight" to give amnesty to illegal aliens.
Unbelievably, the 11 million illegal aliens to be given work permits are merely the visible Trojan Horse. As bad as that amnesty is, it is distracting the nation from the fact that inside the bill is something far worse than the amnesty -- WORK PERMITS FOR 22 MILLION FOREIGN CITIZENS in addition to the 11 million illegal aliens!
11 million + 22 million = 33 million.
And the 33 million is just the first 10 years. It looks like the bill possibly could dole out around 20 million lifetime work permits every decade after that. We're still working on those numbers.
33 million is the number that should start every conversation about the "comprehensive immigration reform" bill being rushed through the Senate Judiciary Committee by Chairman Pat Leahy (D-Vermont).
And it's the number that has to stop this bill before it can do unalterable damage to our country. No matter what your Members of Congress may think about giving an amnesty to 11 million, they can't possibly justify immediately over the next decade adding 33 million more potential competitors for scarce U.S. jobs.
LIKE ADDING 20 LARGEST U.S. CITIES ............................ ALL OVER AGAIN
Our cities, suburbs, towns and rural areas already have 20 million Americans who want a full-time job but can't find one.
It is hard to imagine what adding another 33 million foreign citizens with work permits would look like.
But try this:
33 million is like adding an entire new city of New York, PLUS . . .

. . . adding duplicate cities of Los Angeles, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix and San Antonio, PLUS . . .
. . . also adding duplicate cities of San Diego, Dallas, San Jose, Jacksonville and Indianapolis, PLUS . . .
. . . finally adding duplicates of Austin, San Francisco, Columbus, Fort Worth, Charlotte, Detroit, El Paso, Memphis and Boston!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If Congress passes this bill it would be like re-creating ALL of the Top 20 cities in the United States, filling them entirely with foreign citizens and giving them lifetime work permits to compete with America's struggling workers -- and in just 10 years time.

Immigration Bill Doesn’t Secure the Border

Must Washington fix our broken southern border? You bet.
Will the comprehensive immigration reform bill help? You bet it won’t.
The number one flaw of the bill is it starts by giving amnesty to the unlawfully present population in the United States. As soon as the bill passes, those in the country contrary to U.S. immigration law are granted status to stay.
Amnesty immediately creates an incentive for illegal border crossings and overstays. Thus, the bill’s strategy would drive up the cost of securing the border. To make matters worse, the draft law states that anyone who was present in the U.S. before 2012 qualifies—creating massive opportunity for fraud, since there is no proof required that applicants have been here for several years.
While supporters of the bill trumpet its “border security” features, in reality, the law delivers nothing new—other than the promise of spending a lot more money and running up our debt.
The bill trashes fiscal discipline, exploiting “a loophole in the Budget Control Act (BCA) that allows Congress to spend more than allowed under the spending caps adopted in 2011.”
In other words, Washington is willing to draft a bounced check to justify an amnesty bill.
To make matters worse, there is very little likelihood that that Americans will get much for the next border security buck spent.
The Secretary of Homeland Security has repeatedly stated that our borders “have never been more secure.” In the past five years, the White House has never asked for this additional border security funding. Yet, this bill lavishes billions of additional spending on the department with no clear requirements on how the money is spent. At least $2 billion could legitimately be labeled the Secretary’s slush fund.
Supporters of the bill trumpet requirements to “certify” border security, yet its standards are in some ways weaker than existing law. Present law requires gaining “operational control” of the whole border, while this bill sets standards only for “high-risk” sectors. Since smuggling trails shift to where the security is not, even if the standards were attained in one area, the traffic would just go somewhere else.
In addition, the Department of Homeland Security has been trying unsuccessfully to define credible metrics for border security since 2004. Even if it had effective “triggers,” that does not guarantee a secure border. Border crossing conditions constantly change. Even if the goal is achieved, there is no guarantee it will stay that way.
We can do more to secure our borders. But we don’t need an amnesty bill and bogus border triggers to make our borders safe and sovereign. Nor does Washington need to throw more buckets of money toward border security.
Our government could cooperate more effectively with Mexico and the border states. Congress could modernize our legal immigrant and non-immigrant programs, including effective temporary worker programs. The government could enforce our workplace and immigration laws.
In short, the promise of border security in this case is merely an excuse for a bloated bill that would promise anything to push amnesty, regardless of cost or practicality.

Uncomfortable Facts

By Patrick J.. Buchanan

Barack says we need to have a conversation
about race in America ..
Fair enough.
But this time,
it has to be a two-way conversation..
White America needs to be heard from,
not just lectured to....
This time,
the Silent Majority needs to have its convictions,
grievances and demands heard.
And among them are these:

America has been the best country on earth for black folks.
It was here that 600,000 black people,
brought from Africa in slave ships,
grew into a community of 40 million,
were introduced to Christian salvation,
and reached the greatest levels
of freedom and prosperity blacks have ever known..
Jeremiah Wright ought to go down on his knees
and thank God he is an American.

no people anywhere has done more to lift up blacks
than white Americans.
Untold trillions have been spent since the '60s
on welfare, food stamps, rent supplements,
Section 8 housing, Pell grants, student loans,
legal services, Medicaid, Earned Income Tax Credits
and poverty programs designed
to bring the African-American community
into the mainstream.
Governments, businesses and colleges
have engaged in discrimination against white folks --
with affirmative action,
contract set-asides and quotas --
to advance black applicants over white applicants.
Churches, foundations, civic groups, schools
and individuals all over America
have donated their time and money to support
soup kitchens, adult education, day care,
retirement and nursing homes for blacks.
We hear the grievances.
Where is the gratitude??

Barack talks about new 'ladders of opportunity' for blacks.
Let him go to Altoona ?
And Johnstown ,
and ask the white kids in Catholic schools
how many were visited
lately by Ivy League recruiters handing out scholarships
for 'deserving' white kids...?
Is white America really responsible
for the fact that the crime and incarceration rates
for African-Americans are seven times those of white America ?
Is it really white America 's fault that illegitimacy
in the African-American community has hit 70 percent
and the black dropout rate from high schools
in some cities has reached 50 percent?

Is that the fault of white America or,
first and foremost,
a failure of the black community itself?

As for racism,
its ugliest manifestation is in interracial crime,
and especially interracial crimes of violence.
Is Barack Obama aware
that while
white criminals choose black victims 3 percent of the time,

black criminals choose white victims 45 percent of the time?

Is Barack aware
that black-on-white rapes are 100 times
more common than the reverse,
that black-on-white robberies
were 139 times as common
in the first three years of this decade
as the reverse?

We have all heard
ad nauseam from the Rev. Al about Tawana Brawley,
the Duke rape case and Jena .
And all turned out to be hoaxes.
But about the epidemic of black assaults
on whites that are real,
we hear nothing.

Sorry, Barack,
some of us have heard it all before,
about 40 years and 40 trillion tax dollars ago.
This needs to be passed around because,
this is a message everyone needs to hear!!!