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Category Archives: Invasión
“There is room in America and brotherhood for all who will support our institutions and aid in our development. But those who come to disturb our peace and dethrone our laws are aliens and enemies forever.” ~ October 28, 1886
If you need further explanation – then you just won’t get it.
Joe Biden opened the southern border, and what came across was death.
What if a significant tool in the hands of law enforcement and prosecutors was allowed to expire when a legislative fix was possible?
Last week, the Halt All Lethal Trafficking of Fentanyl Act was blocked from a vote by House Democrats. This HALT Fentanyl Act, sponsored by Representatives Morgan Griffith (R-VA) and Kat Cammack (R-FL), would make permanent the ban on fentanyl-related substances first issued in February 2018, set to expire February 2022. This was specifically requested in the Department of Justice written testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee in June 2019. If Congress failed to act, the joint statement from Amanda Liskaam, director of Opioid Enforcement and Prevention Efforts, and Greg Cherundolo, CEO of the DEA’s Office of Global Enforcement, included the reality that “savvy clandestine manufacturers and traffickers [would] respond to the re-emerging gap in US law by again producing novel fentanyl-like substances.” Continue reading →
CBO Estimates Huge Net Fiscal Drain in First 20 years After Passage
As the Senate debates the Build Back Better Act (H.R. 5376), a little-noticed part of the Congressional Budget Office’s (CBO) cost estimates show the bill’s amnesty provisions create an enormous net fiscal burden (taxes paid minus costs) that starts out large and grows even larger over time — $124 billion in the first decade after passage and $359 billion in the second. The total net fiscal cost of the bill’s amnesty provisions over 20 years is $483 billion. The CBO also states that the bill would increase the deficit “by larger amounts in the subsequent decade.” A brief Center for Immigration Studies analysis of the CBO estimates can be found here. Continue reading →
Today as I write — over 1 million illegal Central Americans are making their way from the gateway, Panama, entering Costa Rica and headed directly for the U.S. via Mexico. Not noted are the illegal Africans, Chinese, Europeans, Marshallese, Mexicans, Mideasterners, Phillipinos, and numerous others. What a disruptive mess, in all likelihood never to be overcome unless Americans get off their insouciant duffs. The illegal dissident throngs are waiting to coalesce and overthrow our military and Central Government when the time is right (observe their numbers – the illegals & malcontents) The stroke of 2 pens made much of this possible by a President and one U.S. Senator who provided the lone vote necessary for passage of the Panama Canal Treaty giving ownership to Panama. In my view the U.S.’s most valuable off shore asset. Continue reading →
The Center for Immigration Studies provides background and analysis to the report by the Wall Street Journal that the Biden administration is seriously considering paying $450,000 per illegal alien who was part of a “separated” family unit (FMU) during President Trump’s short-lived 2018 “Zero Tolerance” policy. Government sources told the paper that most eligible FMUs consist of an adult and a child, which would make those payouts just under $1 million, while larger FMUs would get nearly $1.5 million or more. The sources say that the total bill for U.S. taxpayers is expected to exceed $1 billion. Continue reading →
Recently while driving from town to my house, I was running through some radio stations when I landed on the Glenn Beck show. His guest was Lara Logan, a journalist and commentator unfamiliar to me, and I was sickened and horrified by what I heard. I wish I were exaggerating, but what that woman had to say left me depressed for the rest of the day.
Biden’s three choices: Detain illegal migrants, remove or expel them, or send them back across the border to wait
On August 13, Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas issued an order enjoining the Biden administration’s termination of the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), better known as “Remain in Mexico”. The court did not force any DHS officer to return any illegal migrant to Mexico (it admitted it lacked that power), but made clear that the administration had three choices: Detain illegal migrants, remove or expel them, or send them back across the border. Continue reading →
More than 5,000 illegal immigrants have been discovered inside stash houses around Laredo, Texas, since last fall, according to local authorities, an indication of how many are evading Border Patrol agents at the United States-Mexico border and getting away.
Since President Joe Biden took office in January, the number of migrants encountered illegally coming across the border has reached a 21-year high . Laredo has seen an increase in the number of people who are sneaking past law enforcement on the border and making it to stash houses where smugglers hold their human cargo before moving them further into the country, according to Laredo Mayor Pete Saenz. Continue reading →
From the 1965 Immigration Act to the present, the Democratic Party and the likes of Senator Ted Kennedy, along with many RINOs too, have turned our immigration policy on its head and opened the doors to some of the worst people in the world while making it virtually impossible for educated white people to immigrate to America from all parts of Europe. Wave after wave of new immigrants, many legal and many more illegal, have arrived by the millions, over those preceding decades that have been a benefit to the nation at times and a detriment and drag on our systems in too many more.
How this all ends is anyone’s guess, but I venture to say, given the current trajectory, it doesn’t end well, and while there may still exist an outline in geography books called “America”, it will be far removed from the America of 1492, and far, far and away from anything remotely resembling the America of 1776, or even the America of my childhood. Continue reading →
Staggering projections show more than the population of San Francisco has already crossed and there could be 2 MILLION by end of 2021 – BUT JOEY DOESN’T WANT THE CUBANOS!
Projections reveal at least 1 million illegal immigrants will have been encounter by Customs and Border Protection by the end of July. Numbers for June have not yet been released, but a knowledgable source revealed CBP will show they encountered 188,000 illegal immigrants last month
From January to May, 711,784 migrants were encountered by Customs and Border Protection at the southern border – five times the amount during the same period in 2020 – and the Biden administration is on track to encounter 1 million by the end of July.
CBP’s latest data, released in June, show that there were 180,034 encounters with illegal crossers in May, the highest of any month in the last 20 years. The spike in migration under President Joe Biden’s administration continues to grow with no signs of it coming to a stop any time soon. Continue reading →
Since Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced last week that he would send state law enforcement officers to Texas and Arizona, six other governors have offered to help, including Kentucky Democrat Governor Andy Beshear. Continue reading →
20 Governors sent a letter to Pres. Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, urging them to take immediate action to end the ongoing border crisis and noting the impacts that the crisis has on state resources.
The letter was sent just two days before the Department of Homeland Security released official apprehension numbers for April.
Border Patrol officers apprehended 173,460 illegal border crossers last month — a 20-year high and an increase of more than 4,000 from the previous month. There was a small drop in the number of Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) who were apprehended, but nearly 17,000 were still apprehended after crossing the border illegally. Continue reading →
Making a demand of the Biden Administration Protest in Washington, DC
The wicked flee when no one pursues, but the righteous are bold as a lion. When a land transgresses, it has many rulers, but with a man of understanding and knowledge, its stability will long continue. A poor man who oppresses the poor is a beating rain that leaves no food. Those who forsake the law praise the wicked, but those who keep the law strive against them. Evil men do not understand justice, but those who seek the Lord understand it completely…
The situation along the United States-Mexico border worsens as the Biden Administration continues to hold up a vacancy sign to the world. The humanitarian crisis that is happening because of President Biden’s dereliction of duty is coming to a neighborhood near you.
It is Biden’s invitation to “surge to the border” that has brought more human, sex, and drug trafficking than ever before. A group of 112 individuals recently entered the U.S. illegally and surrendered to Border Patrol agents. In today’s world that isn’t so unusual. Continue reading →
We may not know the full cost of Biden’s immigration “policy” for another few years, but whatever it amounts to over the next decade, it’s already cost too much in the here and now, when we consider its true purpose is to end our republic as we know it. Continue reading →
DHS is now spending millions to house illegal migrants in hotels, while also flying others up to northern border states.
As the number of migrants illegally flowing across the U.S. southern border accelerates, the Biden administration is running out of facilities to house these illegals and has decided to charter flights to fly them up to states on the northern border. Read that again. S – L – O – W – L – Y ! Continue reading →
Back in 1986 I read a book by Sol Sanders called Mexico: Chaos on Our Doorstep. It went into many of the problems this country has had with Mexico over the decades. There was one particular chapter that dealt with the immigration problems with Mexico, chapter 7, entitled Mexicans for Export. This dealt with population problems in Mexico and why so many Mexicans end up in this country, although the problem back then pales into insignificance compared to what we deal with today on our Southern border. Continue reading →
January 17, 2018 ~ The Trump administration declared Saturday (January 17) to be Barbara Jordan Day, the 22nd anniversary of the legendary former Texas congresswoman’s passing. Presidents often make such declarations to honor heroes from our country’s past. However, Jordan was no relic from a bygone era. She was a trailblazer on many issues, not the least of which was immigration policy. Our country would greatly benefit if more of the players in the current immigration debate shared her vision. Continue reading →
The Biden administration is getting it wrong on immigration and COVID.
It’s no secret that the Democrat Party has only one “principle,” namely the acquisition and maintenance of power by any means necessary. And if that means taking a position today that is the polar opposite of a position taken yesterday, so be it. That such intellectual dishonesty and ideological bankruptcy requires large dollops of hypocrisy to sustain it is also no secret. Yet sometimes that hypocrisy is so blatant, and what it produces is so disconnected from rational thinking, it deserves highlighting. This is one of those moments. Continue reading →
June 22, 2017 – Most illegal immigrants who pay taxes have stolen someone else’s legal identity, and the IRS doesn’t do a very good job of letting those American citizens and legal immigrants know they’re being impersonated, the tax agency’s inspector general said in a new report released Thursday.
The theft creates major problems for the American citizens and legal foreign workers whose identities are stolen, and who have to deal with explaining money they never earned. Continue reading →