Friday, October 31, 2014

[Tea Flash] Executive Amnesty: How Big, Mr. Obama?

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Federation for American Immigration Reform

1. Executive Amnesty: How Big, Mr. Obama?
If the Democrats lose the Senate and Obama's immigration gamesmanship gets the blame, won't the president figure, well the damage is already done, let's just 'go big' on amnesty? Read more


2. 2014 Brought A Little "Good News" for State Legislatures
At a time when President Obama is failing to enforce our immigration laws and Congress remains passive, state legislators have taken it upon themselves to look out for the public's best interests. Read more


3. New York City Council Chooses Criminals over Public Safety
The New York City Council voted last week to impede federal enforcement of immigration law at the expense of public safety by helping criminal aliens in city jails hide from federal officials. Read more


4. Illegal Immigrants Send Home $50 Billion Annually But Cost Taxpayers More Than $113 Billion
Illegal immigrants residing in the U.S. send $50 billion in remittances to their home countries each year, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Read more


5. America: Listen to the USCIS Council Warning on Upcoming Amnesty
The union representing the frontline of the U.S. immigration system raises the alarm about the Obama Administration's planned executive amnesty. Read more

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