ICE officers arrested and detained 41 criminal illegal immigrants in New York City, New York, which prides itself on being “sanctuary city.”
The criminal aliens detained were part of a targeted arrest operation by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.
Altogether, officers detained 22 illegal immigrants in New York City, 14 in Long Island, two in Rockland County, two in Orange County and one in Putnam County, according to WABC News.
Of the 41 criminal illegal immigrants, one was involved with the MS-13 gang, a criminal multinational syndicate. Many others were previously charged with rape of children, burglaries, sex crimes, drunk driving and drug distribution. Continue reading →
California Can’t Afford to Fix Dams, But They Want to Give Universal Healthcare to Illegal Aliens
The land of Pelosi, fruits and nuts has a state debt that is spiraling out of control (over a trillion dollars), they are so short on water they have to buy much of it from neighboring states and they have a healthcare industry that is on the brink of collapse due to the ever burgeoning population of illegal aliens. (Or as Governor Moonbeam would say “undocumented workers”.) Continue reading →
The burning question facing every European country in 2017: can their countries and cultures survive endless refugee immigration from the ever-burgeoning Third World?
The salient question being ignored vs. not being asked in America, Canada or Australia: how will these homelands survive the projected 100,000,000 (million) refugees flooding into America within 30 years; 10,000,000 projected for Canada and another 10 million projected for Australia? Continue reading →
In early 2005, I came across a posting which remains accurate and on target to this date. It would appear according to the website, that the Invaders and the Consulates in America, took a tremendous amount of heat for the posting you are about to review – and had it removed – but it miraculously popped up again. You will want to follow the ‘Continue Reading’ link (in Spanish) to view the entire comic book ~ Publisher
The following is the Mexican Government’s “disclaimer” – with their tongue in their cheeks, so to speak.
This consular protection guide is not promoting the crossing [of the border] of Mexicans without legal documentation required by the government of the United States; its objective is to make known the risks implied and to inform about the rights of migrants regardless of their legal residence. (Sigue leyendo…)
When the Trump administration released its travel ban executive order, they said they didn’t give any warning because people from the seven countries would begin pouring in to beat the start date.
For the first 14 days of the Trump administration, roughly 11% of all refugees entering the country came from the seven countries on the executive order: Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, and Yemen.
In the eight days since the Judge improperly halted the executive order, 72% of all refugees now hail from these seven countries. Trump was exactly right. They are pouring in.
More than 1,050 refugees from these terror hotbeds were allowed into the United States with minimal-to-no vetting because a Federal judge in Seattle decided he knew more about foreign policy than the President.
Late last night, a Federal Judge in Virginia became the latest judge to block Trump’s executive order. He called it a “Muslim ban,” even though 87% of the world’s Muslims are unaffected. So even if the White House wins the case in Seattle, they will still be blocked in Virginia. (Continue Reading…)
According to the Federal Highway Administration, more than 68,000 American bridges are structurally deficient. They estimate the cost to repair and maintain those bridges at $71 Billion. The Transportation.gov website has determined that most of America’s roads are in poor condition, ranging from 19% in Georgia to 73% in Illinois.
Any good engineer will tell you that “deferred maintenance” (putting off repairs and maintenance) leads to higher costs ….. much higher costs. “Deferred maintenance” is what America has done to her roads, bridges, train tracks, tunnels, airports, water and sewer lines, natural gas and oil pipelines and electrical generation and power distribution facilities. Continue reading →
The U.S. Code of Law is clear. Trump has complete authority to institute a ban on whomever he, as President, deems dangerous to Americans even if that includes ALL Moslems!
Liberal Activist Leftwing Anarchist judges are not ruling in accordance with the law, but usurping the power of the President. This is a direct violation of the Constitution and their oaths of office. Trump should not be waiting for them to adjudicate his Executive Order restricting travel from terrorist exporting nations. He should have Attorney General Jeff Sessions prosecute these judges and remove them from office. Continue reading →
While much of the media airtime in the past few weeks has been dedicated to Trump’s ongoing legal battle with the US judicial system over his now halted immigration order temporarily blocking the entry of refugees and travelers from seven nations, a separate push to remove illegal immigrant from the US has quietly – or not so quietly – commenced in recent days, resulting in a deeply concerned, at times violent, response by some of the millions of illegal aliens residing in the US. Continue reading →
Of course Mexico is worried – they are about to lose millions, if not billions of dollars from illegals in the United States, who are sending money via Western Union back to their families in Mexico – which keeps the Mexican economy stronger. ~ Publisher
The Mexican government’s reaction to the possibility that President Trump could begin deporting many illegal immigrants back to their home country of Mexico, should tell you all you need to know about the dangers of illegal immigration.
The entire nation of Mexico is worried that mass deportations could destroy Mexico’s economy. Most fearful are the border towns that would likely see the vast majority of influx from those deported. If Mexico is worried that having their own citizens back in their country could be detrimental to their economy, how should Americans react to being forced to accept more than 11 million illegal immigrants from Latin America? Continue reading →
This week I would like to talk about the invasion of the United States of America. Some people call these invaders “Illegal Immigrants”, some call them “Illegal Aliens”. Heck, some just call them undocumented workers or undocumented immigrants or undocumented aliens, I call them what they are, “INVADERS”. There can really be no other term to use to describe them. They are crossing our border illegally and that makes them invaders. Continue reading →
Tancredo: The Disgusting Media Double Standard Between Obama and Trump Pop quiz: Who said, “The Middle East is an issue that has obviously plagued the region for centuries”? No, it wasn’t Ross Perot, and it wasn’t Donald Trump. It was Barack Obama, the same man the White House press corps hailed as the smartest man to ever sit in the Oval Office. — The political bias of the establishment media has never been more outrageous than what we see in the press’s double standard for covering President Donald Trump… (Continue to full article)
Sheriff wants Tarrant jailers screening for illegals
Two U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers screen for undocumented immigrants in the Tarrant County Jail, but if Sheriff Bill Waybourn has his way, his own detention officers will soon be doing that job. — Waybourn wants to see 12 of his detention officers trained to look for undocumented immigrants entering the jail. All that’s required is a memorandum of understanding between the Sheriff’s Department and ICE… (Continue to full article)
It’s time for the whiners to shut up ~ and the Courts to WAKE UP!
9th Circuit Court declines to quickly reinstate travel ban
A federal appeals court early Sunday denied an initial bid by the Trump administration to restore its controversial immigration order that had barred refugees and people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. — A judge in a lower federal court had put a temporary stop to the travel ban. Because the appeals court declined to intervene immediately, affected travelers can enter until at least until Monday… (Continue to full article)
Undocumented criminals burden system, sheriff says Ephrata, WA — President Donald Trump frequently points to undocumented immigrants committing crimes to justify his immigration policy. One county in central Washington could be the poster child for his argument. — In the rural part of Grant County along Vantage Road, a woman walking her dog last month discovered a murder scene the sheriff says he won’t soon forget… (Continue to full article)
Mexico sees 22 percent rise in murders in 2016 and they want to send these criminals over the wall??? (Continue to full article)
Texas Sheriff Releases 39 Criminal Aliens in First Two Days of Sanctuary Policy
Despite the loss of state law enforcement grants, Travis County Sheriff Sally Hernandez followed through and released 39 criminal aliens during the first two days of her sanctuary policy. — Records obtained by Breitbart Texas from the Travis County Sheriff’s Office revealed that “Sanctuary Sally” released 37 criminal aliens from custody on February 1… (Continue to full article)
Secure Borders Matter
The Trump phenomenon in the U.S. and the various populist movements sweeping Europe have forced the globalists to become more open about their agenda… (Continue to full article)
Hill Republicans revolt over Trump’s plans to build border wall
President Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall on the border with Mexico is facing a major problem: A wall of resistance from his own party. — A growing number of congressional Republicans are objecting to the cost and viability of a proposal that was a rallying cry for the billionaire businessman during his insurgent campaign. Interviews with more than a dozen GOP lawmakers across the ideological spectrum suggest Trump could have a difficult time getting funding for his plan approved by Congress… (Continue to full article)
Narco-Terrorism on the U.S-Mexico Border
President Trump’s first steps to secure the U.S. borders as he promised during his run for the presidency have been greeted by protest, demonstrations, and outrage. Yet the record has been clear for years that our country is at grave risk, not only from those who cross our porous borders to do us harm, but also from those who have turned a blind eye and refuse to see what has been occurring at the U.S.-Mexico border… (Continue to full article)
Steve Vaus ~ We Must Take America Back
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Here’s some in service education for Democrats, especially the Left Wing Lunatic Intellectual Morons called College Professors. If Left wing Media were honest brokers of information they would inform the populace about this law. Of course Left wing Media are nothing more than propagandist for the Democrat Party, so the people will remain uninformed.
What do ya know?…..I am sure that the Trump administration knows about this also. I wonder why they don’t ‘rub the democrats noses in it’ and shut them up.
Wouldn’t it be interesting if, at some point during the Presidential campaign, one of the candidates asked, “Oh, by the way, has anyone in Washington DC ever heard of the McCarran-Walter Act of 1952?” I did not know of this Act until recently, but it has been a law for almost 65 years. Continue reading →
United States residents voiced an uproar on social media over the opening of an abandoned Walmart in Brownsville, Texas, which a local television station reported is slated to serve as a taxpayer-funded shelter for an untold number of illegal aliens from across the Mexican border.
As Texas’ southernmost city – which is just a stone’s throw from Mexican border city of Matamoros – Brownsville is the latest location of a hotly contested border dispute, where a federally funded humanitarian group says the oversized vacated retail building will help teenaged youth who have arrived into the country illegally. Continue reading →
Along with Draining The Swamp in WDC – we need to DRAIN THE SWAMP of all the ILLEGALS whose mere presence costs each American in money, education, jobs, health care, – all of which should be charged back to the country they came from. The courts go after those who fail to pay SUPPORT for their children so WHY should some nation not have to pay for their ‘children’ who are illegally living in America??????? Think of the money that would come into American cities for all those ‘Sanctuary Cities’ who are now being ‘care givers’ for those foreign ‘children’. How many ILLEGALS and their Anchor babies are living in Chicago, Seattle, New York, etc., etc. The actual COST for each of them being sent to those foreign countries for America babysitting their ‘children’ might make them rethink the taking of those ‘children’ back to their home land, especially with the increase in the minimum wages now being paid to American workers. Think about that concept…
If Mexico think the border wall is bad he should think of having to PAY for all the Mexican ILLEGALS here in America drawing all those welfare type benefits and the pay for work they have drawn that belongs to LEGAL Americans. We need to get this idea to Pres. Trump
BILL THE FOREIGN NATIONS FOR OUR taking care of their ‘children’
Call it going after them for NON-SUPPORT… like we do absent fathers.
That’s what President Trump told Department of Homeland Security staff Wednesday after he signed two executive orders on immigration enforcement.
The fact that he had to say that – and that the assembled ICE agents, Border Patrol officers, and others heartily applauded – tells you all you need to know about how badly Obama gutted immigration enforcement and torpedoed employee morale. Continue reading →
Universities and colleges have reacted to President Donald Trump’s election by declaring their campuses safe zones from immigration authorities. The funding battle over sanctuary cities and other jurisdictions has intensified and expanded to “sanctuary campuses.”
Representatives in the U.S. Congress are fighting back, and state governments are gearing up for fights. Continue reading →
The program known as DACA was created through an executive action signed by Obama in August 2012.
More than 750,000 young unauthorized immigrants have received work permits and deportation relief through the federal government’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program since it was created by President Barack Obama, according to the latest data released by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. But they now must wait and see what becomes of the program under the Trump administration.
It gives unauthorized immigrants who came to the U.S. before age 16 – a group sometimes called “Dreamers” – a chance to stay in the U.S. to study or work, provided they meet certain conditions such as being enrolled in high school or having a high school degree or GED equivalent, and not having a serious criminal conviction. Those approved for the program are given a work permit and protection from deportation for two years. Benefits can be renewed. Continue reading →
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto told an assembly of top diplomats last week that “Mexico of course will not pay” for Donald Trump’s wall. His predecessor, former president Vicente Fox, put it more bluntly in a tweet storm last week, declaring: “TRUMP, when will you understand that I am not paying for that [f—-n] wall.”
They are both wrong. Trump absolutely can make Mexico pay. And the answer lies in a provision of the corporate tax-reform plan House Republicans are planning to take up after Trump’s inauguration — the so-called “border adjustment.” Continue reading →
What will become the backbone of a new United States world leadership role? Whether the Trump administration strongly addresses illegal immigration and immigrants.
More Americans must internalize the lesson that our country, our land is our collective home. Think homeland. Those who come here or stay here illegally are no different than villains busting down our house door, violating our private space, stealing our possessions or threatening our lives.
If I face a home invasion I do not care whether the intruders have suffered in poverty, come from terrible circumstance or are homeless. All I know is that they do not have any right whatsoever to invade my home. Nor my country. Continue reading →
This undated photo provided by the Geary County Detention Center In Junction City, Kan., shows Tomas Martinez-Maldonado. Records obtained by The Associated Press show that Martinez-Maldonado a Mexican national accused of raping a 13-year-old girl on a Greyhound bus that traveled through Kansas had been deported 10 times and voluntarily removed from the U.S. nine times since 2003. (Geary County Detention Center via AP)
A Mexican man accused of raping a 13-year-old girl on a Greyhound bus that traveled through Kansas had been deported 10 times and voluntarily removed from the U.S. another nine times since 2003, records obtained by The Associated Press show.
Three U.S. Republican senators — including Kansas’ Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts — demanded this month that the Department of Homeland Security provide immigration records for 38-year-old Tomas Martinez-Maldonado, who is charged with a felony in the alleged Sept. 27 attack aboard a bus in Geary County.
He is being held in the Geary County jail in Junction City, which is about 120 miles west of Kansas City.
U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, from Iowa and chairman of the judiciary committee, co-signed a Dec. 9 letter with Moran and Roberts to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, calling it ‘an extremely disturbing case’ and questioning how Martinez-Maldonado was able to re-enter and remain in the country. Continue reading →
A New York sheriff has announced that it will be reversing its sanctuary policy just ahead of President-Elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco announced that his county will no longer demand a judge’s order before detaining an illegal immigrant wanted by federal immigration officials, a major shift away from its previous sanctuary city policy, according to Newsday.
DeMarco said his policy reversal is not because of the incoming Trump administration’s expected legal fight against sanctuary city policies. Instead, he said the shift came after careful “legal analysis.” Continue reading →
When Donald Trump enters the Oval Office he will have a long list of priority tasks awaiting decisive action required to fulfill his campaign promises and election mandate. Along with job creation and national security, immigration reform will be at the top of the list.
Trump built his campaign and election victory on voter unrest over President Obama’s unlawful immigration policies. Almost nothing enraged voters more than the rise of sanctuary cities that shield illegal immigrants from federal law. Continue reading →
Los Angeles County officials Janice Hahn and Hilda Solis have decided to use $1 million in taxpayer funds to help illegal immigrants fight deportation.
According to LA based radio-station KPCC’s interview with Janice Hahn’s mouthpiece Liz Odendahl said “The idea is to set up the legal fund with $1 million in the first year, then obtain matching funds from public or private donors.” She further explains the move was designed to proactively provide illegal immigrants with “supports” before President-Elect Trump takes office to short-circuit his pledge to deport illegal immigrants across the country. Continue reading →
The Trump Administration will be able to “flip the switch” on federal funding to the nation’s top-ten sanctuary jurisdictions on day one, says U.S. Representative John Culberson (R-TX).
Speaking to a group of supporters in Houston this week, Culberson said existing law allows the Trump Administration to not only stop future funding to these jurisdictions, but actually take back past funding. Culberson, who chairs the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and Science, said he has briefed members of the Trump transition team about the report from the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Office of Inspector General (OIG) that details the defunding process. Continue reading →
Chicago is one of the best places to live in America if you’re one of the millions of illegal aliens present in the country — and free-spending, lawbreaking Mayor Rahm Emanuel is trying his best to keep it that way.
Emanuel (D), who used to be a congressman and then President Obama’s chief of staff, dropped by Trump Tower in New York on Wednesday to urge President-elect Donald Trump to abandon his campaign promise to crack down on sanctuary cities.
“I also spoke out strongly about what it means to be a sanctuary city who will support and secure the people who are here, like my grandfather who came to the city of Chicago as a 13-year old 100 years ago,” said Emanuel who actually has no real bargaining power in the equation because he’s on the wrong side of the law. Continue reading →
Immigration today, immigration tomorrow, immigration forever? In recent times there has been much controversy over President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign-trail suggestion that we temporarily halt immigration from Muslim nations (which has been modified). The Left claims such a notion is “discriminatory,” un-American and even, most ridiculously, unconstitutional. Yet there’s a simple way to avoid this debate altogether: Continue reading →