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Obama Administration Released 169 Illegals With “Homicide-Related” Priors

Looks like the Democrats are doing their best to court the criminal vote as their next special interest group. In the midst of the summer recess, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) issued a press release on Aug. 21 concerning a letter he

Posted in Immigration

Illegal Immigrant Guilty of Killing Two Young Girls Won’t be Deported

This is what “immigration policy” has come to in Obamamerica. We can’t even deport a convicted felon non-citizen who killed two little girls. PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — An immigration judge has dismissed the case against a 19-year-old Oregon woman who

Posted in Immigration

RE: Off-Duty Border Patrol Agent Killed by Illegal Immigrants

Why is this not an outrage? Why?  Because who knows about this outside of Texas, and maybe even outside of the community where this horrible incident occurred?  I have not heard anything about it on the mainstream news.  It is

Posted in Immigration, National Defense & Security

Off-Duty Border Patrol Agent Killed by Illegal Immigrants

And, what’s worse, both of the illegals had been arrested and deported multiple times. RAYMONDVILLE, Texas — Two illegal immigrants from Mexico who were charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of an off-duty U.S. Border Patrol agent in

Posted in Immigration, National Defense & Security

House Republicans (Finally) Pass Border Bill; Senate Democrats Vacation While Children Die

Well, it took a little doing, but my prediction finally came true. The House managed to pass a Border Supplemental Bill, days late, far short of the money the President asked for, and jammed to overflowing with conservative red meat.

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Posted in Democratic Party, Domestic Policy, House of Representatives, Immigration, Republican Party, Senate

Beltway + Border Bill = Melodrama

In today’s episode of The Perils of Pauline Border Supplemental Follies, House leadership  hurriedly pulled the $659 million Border Supplemental legislation from the floor as voting strength melted away throughout the day. Leadership, as I reported last night, had hoped

Posted in House of Representatives, Immigration

RE: Senate Moves Mikulski Bill

As an update to my update of progress on the border bill, late breaking Wednesday is the news House Republicans can not get 218 votes to back the supplemental appropriation bill, even in its pared-down state. The new tactic will

Posted in House of Representatives, Immigration

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