U.S. Border Security Council Meets With Former Navy Seal Team 6 Leader, Congressman Ryan Zinke

U.S. Border Security Council National Spokesman Steven J. LeBlanc met with Congressman Ryan Zinke of Montana to discuss strategies to strengthen our southern border.

“Congressman Zinke agrees wholeheartedly with our members and supporters that before any meaningful conversation on immigration reform can occur, we must first secure our southern border,” states National Spokesman Steve LeBlanc.  “Congressman Zinke, a former Commander of the Elite Seal Team 6, understands the dire importance of securing our borders not just from illegal immigration, but from terrorists as well.”

The U.S. Border Security Council has pledged to work closely with Congressman Zinke and his staff as the battle over immigration reform continues on Capitol Hill.   “As a former Sgt. in the United States Army, I consider it a privilege to work with such a distinguished man of the military.  Congressman Zinke and his staff have asked for our help, and I know our members and supporters will not let him down.”

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Sneak of the Month: Department of Labor Secretary Nominee Thomas Perez

Right before Congress left Washington for spring break, President Barack Obama nominated Thomas E. Perez as Secretary of the Department of Labor. Perez is a darling of the Left and has gone on public record in support of illegal immigrants’ rights.

His personal political beliefs are widely known. When he was serving on the Montgomery County (Maryland) Council, Perez advocated for day-laborer sites and pushed for IDs distributed by Mexico and Guatemala to count as proof of identity, even though allowing such IDs could give illegal immigrants easier access to government-funded services.

Perez has worked for the federal government his entire career. He has worked at the U.S. Department of Justice, as Special Counsel to Senator Edward Kennedy on civil rights, criminal justice, and constitutional issues, and as a Clinton Administration Director of the Office for Civil Rights at the United States Department of Health and Human Services.

If confirmed by the Senate as Secretary of Labor, the U.S. Border Security Council would not expect his office to be a friend during the immigration reform debate. In fact, if his past record is any indication, he will be a strong pro-amnesty voice working behind the scenes to push for illegal alien rights.

In fact, it is not hard for us to imagine that initiatives (such as E-verify and other worker protections that serve to verify only those employees with legal status to work here) will not be the top of the priority list for the Labor Department under his leadership.

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Sneak of the Month: New Haven, Conn. Mayor John DeStefano

John DeStefano, the mayor of New Haven, Connecticut, is this month’s “Sneak of the Month” for his efforts to convince the state legislature to allow illegal aliens to vote in municipal elections.

An estimated 10,000 illegals now reside in New Haven, which is considered a “Sanctuary City.” DeStefano says that by allowing these invaders a chance to vote in city elections, New Haven would have a more engaged and better represented community.

New Haven has long been known as a haven for illegal aliens. In 2007, the town started issuing official government ID cards to everyone. The program allows illegal aliens, including terrorists, to obtain the government documents they need to continue to break the nation’s laws.

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Newsletter Online: October 2011

Click here for the U.S. Border Security Council October 2011 Newsletter.

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Commentary: No Amnesty Plus! by Steve LeBlanc

The President has not given up on Amnesty for illegal aliens and I hope you haven’t given up on trying to stop him.

You see, the next few months are going to be crucial. According to my sources on Capitol Hill, the White House and Republican Senator Lindsey Graham are getting closer to a deal to pass at least parts of the Amnesty Plus bill (S.6).

This is very bad news and I need your help now, more than ever.

Please make a contribution to build up the U.S. Border Security Council’s war chest and help us defeat this Amnesty Plus “bipartisan deal.”

Now is the time for you and I to fight back. No Amnesty Plus!

Contribute now to our efforts to stop this bad bill by clicking here.

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