National Petition Against Amnesty Plus (S. 1)
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Monthly Archives: January 2012
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 … Continue reading
U.S. Senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska, a frequent supporter of “Comprehesive Immigration Reform” or amnesty, and a recent target of a U.S. Border Security Council petition drive, has decided to retire rather than face a tough reelection battle. “I would … Continue reading
The Obama administration is slashing the number of National Guard troops working along the U.S.-Mexican border. Starting in January, the force of 1,200 National Guard troops at the border will be reduced to fewer than 300. Those remaining troops will … Continue reading
The Obama administration has extended temporary protected status to El Salvadoran nationals through late 2013. The move prohibits immigration officials from deporting them to their home country. The Department of Homeland Security cites ongoing disruptions from a series of earthquakes … Continue reading
The battle over extending amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants continues to rage in Washington, D.C., as politicians of both political parties battle grassroots Americans who are adamantly opposed to allowing illegal aliens to remain in the United States. “We … Continue reading