Post Tagged with: "illegal aliens"

Sanctuary Cities or Goldilocks and The Three Bears

Sanctuary Cities or Goldilocks and The Three Bears

This past Monday I had the privilege of testifying before the County Council regarding the move to make Maryland a sanctuary State — a place where those who have illegally broken into our country are protected from enforcement of the U.S. immigration laws. The repeated refrain of those who advocated for the law breakers is that we must be a welcoming community. In my testimony, I used the analogy of someone breaking into my house.

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Baby boy killed by abortionist Kermit Gosnell

How Roe Reveals the Hypocrisy of Sanctuary Cities

The most prevalent absurdity in modern America is the fact that we have blocked the entrance of 60 million of our own offspring due to Roe v. Wade, while we insist that those who pour across our borders illegally have a perfect right to be here.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Mar. 17-23

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Mar. 17-23

This week, we learned that President Donald Trump’s “conservative” “pro-life” judicial nominee believes the “right” to murder your own child in the womb is “the law of the land,” and so is the “right” to counterfeit marriage, and that illegal aliens are “undocumented immigrants.” If that’s “conservative” and “pro-life,” then I guess I’m not a conservative.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Feb. 24 – Mar. 2

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Feb. 24 – Mar. 2

This week’s good, bad and ugly: dealing with illegal aliens, Republicans meddling in the free market, and Republicans spending $1 trillion more of your money on things not authorized by the U.S. Constitution. We don’t have a liberal and a conservative party anymore; we have a liberal party and a slightly less liberal party.

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Should the President Combat California’s Sanctuary of Undocumented Immigrants?

Should the President Combat California’s Sanctuary of Undocumented Immigrants?

Interposition is precisely what the Declaration of Independence was all about – our Founders interposed for us against tyranny – and it is precisely what we want our state and local officials to do. Our sheriffs, our police, our local judges, our legislators, and our appointed officials are duty-bound to rush out into the front yard and get between the people and the lawless actions of the federal or, in this case, state government.

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Feb 17-23

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Feb 17-23

This week’s good, bad and ugly. Included: businesses fire promoters of lawlessness, Education Secretary believes boys should be in your daughter’s restroom and locker room in school, illegal aliens get a pass, and Trump’s Labor nominee in a sex scandal.

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Go Into Mexico Illegally: You are Arrested, Deported or Jailed

Go Into Mexico Illegally: You are Arrested, Deported or Jailed

The illegal alien population is composed of those who illegally enter the country (referred to as “entry without inspection — EWI”) in violation of the immigration law. Others enter legally and then stay illegally (referred to as overstayers). Do you ever wonder what might happen if you were to go into Mexico illegally?

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Do Immigration Restrictions Line Up With God’s Law?

Do Immigration Restrictions Line Up With God’s Law?

The McCarren – Walters Act of 1952 is the basis it seems that President Jimmy Carter used against the Iranians during the Iranian hostage crisis when he deported nearly 15,000 and banned others from entry into the country. If we understand that Mohammedans from those seven countries pose this same type of threat today, Donald Trump’s Executive Order appears to me to be simply enforcing this aspect of the McCarren – Walters Act which is still the law of the land today.

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How to Stop a New ‘Right to Immigrate’

How to Stop a New ‘Right to Immigrate’

There is no constitutional right to immigrate to the U.S. or to be a refugee, but courts may be about to legislate one from the bench. It is hard not to worry that such an outcome is imminent as the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals considers briefs from the Trump administration and the states of Washington and Minnesota, who are suing to overturn the temporary travel restrictions issued by President Donald Trump against seven countries that are terrorist hot spots.

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Congress Must Defund Sanctuary Cities and Other Bad Policies

Congress Must Defund Sanctuary Cities and Other Bad Policies

The ink has barely dried on President Donald Trump’s executive order denying federal funds to sanctuary cities that refuse to enforce U.S. immigration law, and liberal mayors like New York City’s Bill de Blasio are already promising to sue in federal court to get the federal tax dollars they believe they are entitled to.

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