Posts Tagged ‘ U.S. Senate ’

Live Numbers USA Webcast (Listen Now!)

Listen to it at Numbers USA’s website. They’ll be discussing some congressional efforts at immigration enforcement, but focusing mostly upon statewide initiatives.  You can submit questions to Roy via Numbers USA’s Twitter page. Here is their U-Stream feed. Reminder: there will be another Numbers USA live webcast next week, at 3:30 PM this coming Thursday.
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(HALT) Amnesty

(HALT) Amnesty

As those of you who’ve been followers of American Rattlesnake might know, the Obama administration’s efforts at enacting a stealth amnesty have been ongoing since at least 2010. The latest attempt to reward a broad class of illegal aliens through executive fiat involves an administrative directive issued by ICE Director John Morton which would effectively implement...
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DREAM On

There is great news to report from the state of Maryland, which recently enacted a law that would have granted illegal aliens in-state college tuition. At a time when this country-as well as that state-is mired in a deep recession, and college students are encumbered by thousands of dollars in student loan debt, the...
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Year In Review

Year In Review

As we mark the end of the old year and the beginning of something new, it’s wise to take a step back and assess the accomplishments and setbacks of our movement. 2010 was probably the most significant year in terms of advancing the debate over immigration enforcement within the body politic of this country...
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Why Did DREAM Fail?

Congratulations, again, to all of you who helped defer-indefinitely, with any luck-the DREAM of Harry Reid, Dick Durbin, Bob Menendez, and Luis Gutierrez. You all deserve a nice round of applause.
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VICTORY!

I’ll delve deeper into the reasons why the DREAM Act failed, but now it’s time to breathe a sigh of relief, because WE WON!
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Decision Day (Let’s Melt Down The Capitol Switchboard)

We’ve finally arrived at the moment of truth for the United States Senate. Today, approximately at 10:30 A.M., that august legislative body will decide whether or not to allow millions of illegal aliens to exploit our nation’s economy because they squatted in this country for a fixed period of time.
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Realistic Expectations

Realistic Expectations

I thought I’d use today’s post, written hours before the Senate opens up for business and possibly reanimates the corpse of the DREAM Act, to engage in some speculation about citizen activism, and its impact upon the ruling political class.
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Blitz Those Phones!

I should preface this post with a cautionary note: The toll-free number I suggested you call in an earlier update SHOULD NOT be dialed. According to a friend at ALIPAC,
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No Labels Or No Principles?

Perhaps even worse than those elected officials who openly support the campaign of illegal aliens to undermine our economy and civic fabric are those who are too timid to even openly express their opinion on the subject.
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