Monthly Archives: February 2012

Gitmo Detainees Get New $750K Soccer Field

At a time of record deficits, a new soccer field for detainees at Camp 6 in Guantanamo Bay is just getting the finishing touches — at a cost of $750,000 to taxpayers. The project was the highlight of a tour … Continue reading

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Social Security UNITED STATES/MEXICO TOTALIZATION AGREEMENT (Aquí en Español)

We hear about how broke Social Security is, well research this and take a look at how much this costs the American Public. Social Security UNITED STATES/MEXICO TOTALIZATION AGREEMENT (Aquí en Español) žSince the late 1970’s, the U.S. has established … Continue reading

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DHS Uses Social Media to Monitor Backdoor Amnesty Blowback

A recently released 2011 reference guide for analysts working for the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Media Monitoring Capability program reveals its mission includes keeping an eye on those who disagree with the Administration’s backdoor amnesty initiatives. (NY Times, Feb. … Continue reading

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Yet Another Reason to Oppose Obama’s Policy of Administrative Amnesty

February 21, 2012 By Steve Young 2 Comments Amine el-Khalifi is a Moroccan young man who came to the United States 14 years ago at the age of 16 on a tourist visa. He eventually overstayed his visa as thousands … Continue reading

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Congress Opts to Continue Giving Tax Dollars to Illegal Aliens

Congress Opts to Continue Giving Tax Dollars to Illegal Aliens February 22, 2012 By FAIR Gov’t Relations Team 9 Comments The following story appeared in FAIR’s February 21 Legislative Update. To subscribe to FAIR’s Legislative Update click here. During closed-door … Continue reading

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Obama Administration Moves to Shut Down 287(g) Programs

“The Obama administration is starting to shut down a program that deputized local police officers to act as immigration agents. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have trained local officers around the country to act as their agencies’ immigration officers. Working … Continue reading

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FAIR Warning: News Coverage Failure Regarding Case of Amine El Khalifi Puts the Public at Risk

February 22, 2012 By Dan Stein 1 Comment The world has changed — and not for the better. Ten years ago, news that an illegal alien planned to bomb the U.S. Capitol would have triggered a searching public inquiry into … Continue reading

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A email that was received that truly sums it up.

Mark I think I did send you this message from a friend that was at your talk from my cell phone. Thanks and bless you for all you do. Nancy Dear Friends and family, Many of us have had light … Continue reading

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Immigration Subcommittee Examines USCIS “Get-to-Yes” Culture

On Wednesday, the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration Policy and Enforcement held a hearing to investigate allegations that USCIS officials improperly pressured its employees to rubberstamp visa applications.

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Congress Opts to Continue Giving Tax Dollars to Illegal Aliens

During closed-door negotiations last week, House and Senate leaders stripped a key provision from the payroll tax cut bill that would have prevented illegal aliens from qualifying for the additional child tax credit (ACTC). Read the full article

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