Political Correctness, An Example…

Political Correctness, An Example…

Political+Correctness3In as much writing as we’ve done; moreover, the study and research and in particular the case studies regarding political correctness, we have always proffered that the entire notion (of political correctness…) has as its origins the machination of the language that inevitability evolves into a change of the native language. Political correctness is running rampant, and it is absolutely destroying this nation.

If this is the right connection it should be easy to find immediate and at times, extreme examples of what language wise — is acceptable or not socially correct. Therefore we present to you some differences in the primary cultures’ native language which at the behest of the liberal left becomes acceptable. If you say the “wrong thing” in America today, you could be penalized, fired or even taken to court.

Such matters as is one handicapped, challenged, or disabled is anyone’s guess; consequently, we have situations of massdespair%20political%20correctness11 confusion or the inability for people to openly discuss what is on their minds for fear of making a mistake.

So given our first example of one being handicapped, challenged, or disabled here is the breakdown of how this should be construed.

Given a human being who is disabled, many, many accommodations must be made to facilitate their ability to live a life as normal as possible. Therefore these accommodations or handicapped spots are expressly designed to meet their needs. So where does that leave us? Being mentally, physically, or emotionally challenged. In this case “challenged” is designated as a “offensive term.”

In his novel 1984, George Orwell imagined a future world where speech was greatly restricted. He called that the language that the totalitarian state in his novel created “Newspeak”, and it bears a striking resemblance to the political correctness that we see in America right now.

According to Wikipedia, Newspeak is “a reduced language created by the totalitarian state as a tool to limit free thought, and concepts that pose a threat to the regime such as freedom, self-expression, individuality, peace, etc. Any form of thought alternative to the party’s construct is classified as a thoughtcrime.

A thoughtcrime is an occurrence or instance of controversial or socially unacceptable thoughts. The term is also used to describe some theological concepts such as disbelief or idolatry, or a rejection of strong social or philosophical principles.

This process of effectuating language would not be so bad or even destructive if those assisting in the change were held accountable for what it is that they say. Please consider the following true ideologies:

Government workers in Seattle have been told that they should no longer use the words “citizen” and “brown bag” because they are potentially offensive.

 A Florida police officer recently lost his job for calling Trayvon Martin a “thug” on Facebook.

130px-No_Political_Correctness The mayor of Washington D.C. recently asked singer Donnie McClurkin not to attend his own concert because of his views on homosexuality.

 U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer is called on athletes marching in the opening ceremonies at the Winter Olympics in Sochi to “embarrass” Russian President Vladimir Putin by protesting for gay rights.  

Chaplains in the U.S. military are being forced to perform gay marriages, even if it goes against their personal religious beliefs. The few chaplains that have refused to follow orders know that it means the end of their careers.

The Obama administration has banned all U.S. government agencies from producing any training materials that link Islam with terrorism. In fact, the FBI has gone back and purged references to Islam and terrorism from hundreds of old documents.

Do you think that Hillary Clinton after egregiously breaking the law — clearing her server during an investigation — will ever be held accountable?


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Another attack on Religion…

Another attack on Religion, how many more until Religion leaves you?

lighted crossThis entire scenario that has been going on in Indiana regarding a new “religious freedom” law has been mutilated by just about all main stream media as well as others who just don’t know what the context of the law is even about. So why not go out and speak as though you are some kind of expert and lash out at Indiana’s governor, the state’s House and Senate, insofar as it was their executive and legislative branches that produced the law; albeit, even if it is a narrow brush stroke from the federal Religious Freedom and Restoration Act. It is worth noting here that the RFRA was initiated by Senator Charles Schumer D-NY and signed into law by the then President Bill Clinton in 1993 — roughly 22 years ago.

So all things being equal, what’s different now? Indiana Republicans pledged on Monday to clarify a new “religious freedom” law, while similar proposals stalled in Georgia and North Carolina after businesses and activists said such measures could be used to discriminate against gays.

As for me that sentence just about explains everything. Businesses and activists say “such measures could be used to discriminate against gays.” Rather than read the content of the original bill or now law, we must always be reminded that the L.G.B.T. is around and well — flexing their muscles because measures could be used to discriminate against them.

doveIndiana’s law, signed last week, was perceived as going further than those enacted in 19 other states, giving businesses a right to refuse services on religious grounds. This is interesting inasmuch as who has made the claim that such a law would give business a right to refuse services on religious grounds?

Gay marriage became legal in Indiana last year following an appeals court ruling, and gay rights activists say Republicans pushed through the religious freedom act in response. The law was enacted months before an expected U.S. Supreme Court ruling over state bans on same-sex marriage.

Thousands rallied against the law in Indianapolis last weekend and the cities of San Francisco and Seattle and the state of Connecticut all banned official travel to Indiana. Can you spell or even say abhorrent?

The law simply says the state can’t force you to do something that’s against your religion unless it has a very good reason cross fish to do so — the “compelling interest” rule. If it tries to do so, you can go to court and plead legal objection under the religious-freedom law. The court will have to decide if there is a compelling reason to override your religious freedom, or not. Combating discrimination, incidentally, might well be such a reason.

Please note that we will say something about the religious freedom that was egregiously mishandled in the New Mexico Land Management v. Elaine Huguenin. Just type that case in the search box up top or visit The American Age website.


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Harry Reid’s Real Reason For Retiring? Think again..!

Harry Reid’s Real Reason For Retiring? Think again..!

reidHarry Reid, the Democratic Senate leader from Nevada, has announced he will not be seeking reelection to his U.S. Senate seat, the New York Times reported yesterday. Reid would have faced a tough challenge from Republicans if he sought re-election in 2016. Many believe the reason Harry Reid is retiring is due to an eye injury he sustained on Jan. 1 of this year, but he dismisses that or the Democrats being in the minority in the Senate as reasons for his retirement.

“He also said he was worried his race would consume campaign money that would be needed in other competitive states as Democrats try to regain control of the Senate,” the New York Times reported, and quote Harry Reid as saying, “I think it is unfair for me to be soaking up all the money to be re-elected with what we are doing in Maryland, in Pennsylvania, in Missouri, in Florida… These are big, expensive states.” This is one very conditional response. He’s trying to “lose with dignity.”

Breitbart News also reported this as the stated reason from Harry Reid on why he’s retiring, but also reported another possible reason for Reid’s retirement. Perhaps investigations of some of Reid’s past might otherwise become a problem if he had decided to seek re-election in 2016. Breitbart suggested investigations by a Republican Attorney General, if the GOP wins the White House in 2016, might be on Harry Reid’s mind.

“A Republican Attorney General would be almost certain to initiate a criminal investigation into Reid’s abuse of his reid3political power in a brazen intervention in the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) issuance of EB-5 visas to investors in a Las Vegas casino and hotel that was represented by his son, Rory Reid, as was highlighted in a report released by the Inspector General of DHS last week,” Breitbart News reported. We’ve covered this story and albeit Harry or son Rory has indeed broken the law.

Former U.S. Attorney Joe di Genova told Breitbart, “I think Harry Reid’s getting out of town ahead of the posse” and also said,”[t]here is no doubt in my mind that an independent Department of Justice or an independent U.S. Attorney would open a preliminary criminal investigation into Harry Reid’s intervention into the expediting of EB-5 visas and would in addition convene a grand jury.”

reid2Several issues related to Harry Reid were listed, including alleged involvement with abuse of power by Senator Robert Menendez, involvement of his son Rory Reid in a casino project, and other alleged “insider deals” involving Harry Reid.
Harry Reid has also announced, with his retirement, that he will be support New York Senator Charles Schumer as his replacement for Senate Democratic Leader, the Inquisitr reported two days ago.

The Inquisitr reported Harry Reid, in announcing his retirement, as saying, “I’ve had time to ponder and to think. We’ve got to be more concerned about the country, the Senate, the state of Nevada than us. And as a result of that, I’m not going to run for re-election.”


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Inquiry Finds Homeland Security Official Intervened in Visa Cases

Inquiry Finds Homeland Security Official Intervened in Visa Cases

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Photo credit: Tom-Guglielmo-Little-Italy

The inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security told a House committee on Thursday that he did not believe “there was criminal activity involved” when the head of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services agency directly intervened to expedite the consideration of visas for foreign investors with close ties to prominent Democrats.

But John Roth, the inspector general for Homeland Security, said his office’s investigation found evidence that Alejandro Mayorkas, the department’s deputy secretary who previously ran the visa agency, created the “perception” that certain well-connected Democrats “had special access and would receive special consideration” for foreign investor visas, known as EB-5 visas. The review took more than two years.

Mr. Roth told the House Homeland Security Committee that Mr. Mayorkas appeared to have violated his own code of behavior, which he had outlined in a memo while he was head of the visa agency. But he also said, “We have not seen any kind of action that we believe violates criminal law.”

The hearing came just two days after the inspector general released a report — prompted by the concern of 15 whistle-27DHSWEB-master675blowers at the agency — that claimed Mr. Mayorkas, as head of the agency, had become personally involved in helping to expedite visa reviews for three high-profile foreign investors. (That is a lot of whistle-blowers for this one action!)

Mr. Mayorkas, the report found, had intervened on behalf of investors with ties to Terry McAuliffe, a top Democratic fund-raiser who is now the governor of Virginia; Senator Harry Reid, Democrat of Nevada and the minority leader; Edward G. Rendell, the former Democratic governor of Pennsylvania; and Anthony D. Rodham, the brother of Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former secretary of state, who is considered a probable candidate for the Democratic nomination for president in 2016.

Mr. Mayorkas’s behavior, according to the report, led to “significant resentment” among employees at his agency and created “an appearance of favoritism and special access.”

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Mr. Mayorkas

Maria M. Odom, the ombudsman for the visa agency, also testified Thursday. The committee has invited Mr. Mayorkas to appear after the two-week congressional break starting next week.

Representative Michael McCaul, Republican of Texas, told reporters after the hearing that he was not yet ready to call for specific consequences or punishment for Mr. Mayorkas until he heard Mr. Mayorkas’s side of the story. “It certainly raises a lot of questions about impropriety within the department,” Mr. McCaul said.

He added that he was “very concerned about the outside influence by these big time political Democratic operators, with a lot of cash,” noting that many of the Democrats on whose behalf Mr. Mayorkas intervened have strong ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton.

“It’s showing political favoritism to big time Democratic heavy hitters, big fund-raisers, advocates for the Clinton machine,” he said.

The hearing was divided along partisan lines, with Republicans asking Mr. Roth to reiterate the most damning portions of his office’s report, while Democrats pointed out that the inspector general had found no criminal wrongdoing and that both Democrats and Republicans often intervened on constituent matters.


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Shake up at Homeland Security, “Special Visas” Involved

Shake up at Homeland Security, “Special Visas” Involved

464261256-588Not long before he became governor of Virginia, Democrat Terry McAuliffe received special treatment on behalf of his electric-car company from a top official at the Department of Homeland Security, according to a new report from the department’s inspector general.

McAuliffe was among several politically powerful individuals from both parties, including Sen. Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.), seeking special visas for foreign investors through a program administered by the department. But intervention on behalf of McAuliffe’s GreenTech Automotive company by Alejandro Mayorkas, now the department’s No. 2 official, “was unprecedented,” according to the report.

The long-anticipated report found no evidence of law-breaking. But members of the department’s staff perceived Mayorkas’s actions as “politically motivated,” and the report concluded that he had “created an appearance of favoritism and special access.”  (These are not considered “criminal”?)

The report is likely to stir up renewed scrutiny of the department’s management of the EB-5 visa program, which allows foreign nationals who create jobs in the United States to obtain green cards. And it is likely to rekindle examination of McAuliffe and GreenTech, which at the time of Mayorkas’s actions was under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission over its conduct in soliciting foreign investors.

Initially popular with lawmakers from both parties, the visa program has prompted accusations from detractors that it puts visas up for sale — and doesn’t provide sufficient oversight to ensure that the promised jobs materialize.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson expressed full confidence in Mayorkas following the report’s release Tuesday afternoon. But in his statement, Johnson called for a new internal “protocol” for future decision-making in the visa program.  This story is nothing short of some Hollyweird blockbuster; please note the nepotism, money, film, Las Vegas, and the “good ol’ boys and girls club” from Washington D.C. 

The report focuses primarily on Mayorkas’s actions between 2010 and 2013, when he led the department’s Citizenship uscis1002and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency. It also provides extensive details of Mayorkas’s dealings with McAuliffe and GreenTech, the electric-car manufacturing firm that McAuliffe owned at the time.

McAuliffe’s company had partnered with Gulf Coast Funds Management, a firm that specializes in obtaining EB-5 visas for investors. Gulf Coast was led by Anthony Rodham, brother of then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
McAuliffe and Gulf Coast were seeking a faster review of his firm’s request for more than 200 visa approvals that he thought were moving too slowly. Like many others, he was distressed with delays in the program. Unlike most others, his complaints got top-level attention at the department.

 Mayorkas called a staff meeting to convey his disagreement with a decision to reject Gulf Coast’s petition, according to movie-camera
the report. That, in turn, allowed McAuliffe to push ahead for the visa approvals, some of which have since gone through.

In addition to the case involving McAuliffe’s car company, the inspector general focused on actions Mayorkas took on behalf of a film project in Los Angeles that was backed by former Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell, and on the construction of a casino in Las Vegas supported by Reid, who was Senate majority leader at the time.

 Mayorkas told investigators that in all of those cases, “he intervened to improve the EB-5 process or to prevent an error,” the report said.

 The report, based on 50 interviews and a review of 1 million e-mails and related files, drew a mixed response from Congress.

Mayorkas was criticized in the 1990s for his role in President Bill Clinton’s commutation of the prison sentence of the son of a Democratic Party donor from California. Mayorkas testified in 2009 that “it was a mistake” to talk to the White House about the commutation request for Carlos Vignali.

In his role as deputy secretary, Mayorkas has broad responsibility in the department, including overseeing a recent review of the operations of the Secret Service and advising its new director during a newly launched congressional investigation of the agency.



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Two Washington D.C. Primers that Unless Something is done about them…What is the hope for?

Two Washington D.C. Primers that Unless Something is done about them…What is the hope for?  

immigration_041013gn_0From very early this morning clicking between the various stock reports and what has now been identified as “applies to everyone, equal, the same,” let’s just for a moment unscramble these words, find a real meaning, and then let’s use our best judgment to see who would definitely fit into those who just seem to think that a lot of this does not apply to them.

Now then we think it is only appropriate to affix some outward stretch of an arm or two to illuminate how these people are getting away with it, we are!

Reading yesterdays article I came across and older axiom that said something about people — it is something that we refer to as, “Well they ALL have done it, however only __fill in blanks___ ______ got caught.” Have you ever thought about that axiom? Basically what is being implied here is that the unspeakable inequality is very much in existence.

At the open chance one may be confused over what has been written — allow me to shore it up. People in this country know everything there is to know about politics, civil rights, inequality v. equality and one more simple notion of how the laws of this land (e.g., U.S. Constitution) are supposed to apply to everyone, especially being equal and being treated the same. I do not think under normal circumstances this Nation would have the violating “criminals” that are in government and who literally have the means, motives, and opportunities to do what some of these people have pulled off.

I have a need to keep these issues down just a bit for spatial conventions (blog rules!) and quite openly — I need to know that you folks that I am capable of writing on various topics. Therefore, without any further adieu — here goes!

In our nation that we call with admirable affection, America, it is a rather perplexing notion to know that the white housecongressman/women and senator who are alleged to represent our best interests in their day-to-day working responsibilities on Capitol Hill, the Senate, or the White House simply do not represent us. Have you ever asked yourself this question: So in our newest Congressional members we have got some really awesome public servants — in fact we even had a congressman that slept on a cot in his own office because he didn’t have the cash flow to set up a house — Blah, blah! or even an apartment!

Hey I will not sit here and even make an inference about this congressman simply because it wouldn’t be true and that ladies and gentlemen, is where our country’s main-stream media has gone so wrong. However, with all dignity intact it is too bad that we don’t have at the very least one thousand representatives exactly like him.

I brought up some ugliness to you within the last two days and I’m not proud of it whatsoever. If we are to honor the rules…play by the rules, then what the Founders worried about so much inevitably knowing the hearts and true intentions of public officials their worries have outdone everything they thought capable of doing.

s-RANGEL-largeCharlie Rangel, you know him, first he owes well over a couple million dollars in back taxes. No doubt you’ve seen the commercial where hundreds of people are going through an IRS audit at the same time it shows garnishment of the person’s wages, all the while Rep. Charlie Rangel remains in the background laughing it off.

Now I would just like to know what your opinion is regarding Hillary Clinton and her very aloof server. You see one is ethically and morally bankrupt if they were to use their own email systems in U.S. government proceedings. She wasn’t going to say a word about this idiosyncrasy but someone got to the New York Times. Now if you or I somehow began working in the State department, White House, or anywhere in Washington D.C., and we used our own email accounts — well suffice it to say we be jailed.

Now as far as our President is concerned seriously, he doesn’t need a law to be broken. In some instances he as vowed never to do some of the things he has already done. There didn’t exist a law regarding amnesty… so let’s make a new law just between us and break the stuffing out of it. Where does it say in our Constitution that President Obama can sit Congressionally responsibility and give five million illegal aliens the right to stay and continue on?


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And Senator Graham is right!

And Senator Graham is right!

1507703A top Republican senator says the White House faces a ‘violent backlash” in Congress if a nuclear deal with Iran goes to the United Nations before Congress.

The U.S. and its partners are trying to reach a deal by the end of the month that would prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons. In exchange, Tehran would get relief from economic sanctions, including those imposed by Congress.

Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina said Monday at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York that if there is a framework deal by the end of the month, the Senate will vote in April on legislation requiring congressional review of any deal. He predicts the measure will pass in April with enough votes to override President Barack Obama’s veto threat.

It seems that it was just yesterday that we enveloped an article with President Obama’s keen, and at times obscene, ways of discarding the laws that are on the books.

Article 2, Section3, of the Constitution mandates that the president “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.” This provision assumes that there is a law for the president to execute. Rather than executing a law, Obama is making one up — abrogating to himself a function that the Constitution says otherwise; according to our current U.S. Constitution the president shall “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.

I submit to you that Barack Obama is not doing that! President Obama has been skirting the Constitution since day one that he was elected to the office. Oh America, where was your brain then — moreover, where is it now?

There exists ample proof that the American cliché of “Oh, Ah, they all do that…” I suggest to you that if we took President’s Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter Reagan, Bush the Elder, President William Clinton, and George W. Bush and we could weigh-in we could take the impactions of eight former presidents and collectively they would not come into the realm of the crisis, misunderstanding, and reckless disregard of Constitutional Law as well as failing to do his job for the benefit of myself and most other Americans.

If Barack Obama does take his (and only his!) nuclear plans with Iran out of the loop that was created by our Founding Fathers to an outside source like the United Nations, he will essentially kept everyone of us out of the decision.

This person has demonstrated by his actions and his lies that he is not in office to “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed” when indeed he is breaking the law or making new ones on his own. If I could stand on the high horse, or high hill I would bring about the wrath of impeachment that this clown so rightly deserves! All-aboard.


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An Inside View of Immigration Reform — Amnesty for Everyone!

An Inside View of Immigration Reform — get ready to Laugh!

gavelThe following is mostly from an article sent to me by a wonderful benefactor from Hillsdale College’s National Leadership Seminar as delivered by Heather Mac Donald and called Practical Thoughts on Immigration. It seemed as though we had lost the battle since President Obama had signed his executive order, thus allowing at least five million illegal’s amnesty, work permits, DACA, and just about anything that could be made. Then first we had a U.S. Federal Judge Andrew Hanan, put an injunction, therefore, staying the Obama plan from occurring and secondly here was Heather Mac Donald espousing her wisdom to about anyone who’d listen.

The lesson from the last 20 years of immigration policy is that lawlessness breeds more lawlessness. Once a people

Not exactly what you had in mind?

Not exactly what you had in mind?

or a government decides to normalize one form of lawbreaking, other forms of lawlessness will follow until finally the rule of law itself is in profound jeopardy. Today, we have a constitutional crisis on our hands. President Obama has decided that because Congress has not granted amnesty to millions of illegal aliens living in the U.S., he will do so himself. Now then, let us ponder for a moment just how shameless this assertion of power is.

Article 2, Section3, of the Constitution mandates that the president “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.” This provision assumes that there is a law for the president to execute. But in this case, the “problem” that Mr. Obama is purporting to fix is the absence of a law granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens. Rather than executing a law, Obama is making one up — arrogating to himself a function that the Constitution explicitly allocates to Congress. Should this unconstitutional power grab stand, we will have moved very far in the direction of rule by dictator. Pace Obama, the absence of a congressional law granting amnesty is not evidence of political failure that must somehow be corrected by unilateral executive action; it is evidence of the lack of popular consensus regarding amnesty. There has been no amnesty statute to date because the political will for such an amnesty is not only lacking, but by a staggering percentile approximately 60 percent of America thinks it is incorrect.

B9k48e0IAAARvkhOn February 16 of this year U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen halted President Obama’s illegal amnesty with a temporary injunction. The proposed amnesty program, Judge Hanen found, went far beyond mere prosecutorial discretion not to enforce the law against individuals.

Instead the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposed to confer on illegal aliens a new legal status known as “legal presence.” But Congress has not granted DHS the power to create and bestow legal status. The amnesty program represented a “complete abdication” of DHS’s responsibility to enforce the law, Judge Hanen declared. Indeed, DHS was actively thwarting the express will of Congress.

Looking ahead…tomorrow we shall look into the Secure Communities program and how the not fulfilling the deportation of illegal aliens how this is coming to hurt secured communities.


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Justice Department sharply scolded by Federal Court Judge

Justice Department sharply scolded by Federal Court Judge

9d5aa30c-b4c0-46df-a754-9ba54ab4e080_272_330A federal judge sharply scolded a Justice Department attorney at a hearing on President Obama’s immigration executive actions, suggesting that the administration misled him on a key part of the program — and that he fell for it, “like an idiot.”

The testy court hearing was held Thursday in Texas by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen. The judge suggested he could order sanctions against the administration if he finds they indeed misrepresented the facts.

At issue is whether the DOJ misled the judge into believing that a plank of the Obama program — giving deportation reprieves to thousands of young illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children — would not go forward before he made a ruling on a request to halt it. In fact, federal officials had given more than 108,000 people three-year reprieves before that date and granted them work permits under the program.

Obama’s executive actions would spare from deportation as many as 5 million people who are in the U.S. illegally. Many Republicans oppose the actions, saying only Congress has the right to take such sweeping action. Twenty-six states led by Texas joined together to challenge them as unconstitutional. Hanen on Feb. 16 sided with the states, issuing a preliminary injunction blocking Obama’s actions.

Hanen chided Justice Department attorney Kathleen Hartnett for telling him at a January hearing before the injunction was issued that nothing would be happening with regard to one key part of Obama’s actions, an expansion of the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, until Feb. 18.

Please don’t misunderstand me or my position. Based on what I wrote last night this DACA program is allegedly for 300px-USCISLogoEnglish“those who were brought here as not fault of their own.” In other words, they were either brought here against their will, or as very young children did not have an opportunity to protest or otherwise. We are to believe that they ended up in this country “not on their fault” but rather being on the fault of their parents or similar relatives who brought them.

It is at this juncture where politics comes in and what these illegal’s are being offered is far too much to compromise. Furthermore, what I have learned since May of 2014 is typical of President Barack Obama’s pathological misrepresentations that have the potential of blowing this nation to smithereens. (Remember this unsettled person is negotiating with the Iranian’s involving the arms race!) 

Border patrolJust for the sake of empirical research, how many of my reader’s were aware that the individuals who are really gaining from Obama’s executive action are the very same people who originally broke the law by coming to and bringing with them their children? Deferred action granted under Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents program or DAPA and the expanded DACA is valid for three years and can be renewed. A grant of deferred action is temporary. However, a person granted deferred action is considered by the federal government to be lawfully present in the U.S. for as long as the grant of deferred action status.

Clearly there has been a breach in Obama’s plans and perhaps they are due to misrepresentations of the facts. Does this surprise anyone? “In fact federal officials had given more than 108,000 people three-year reprieves before that date and granted them work permits under the program.” However and don’t be defensively alarmed, but just as Obama’s playing with the immigrate deportation numbers, why should anyone of us take any of this information lightly?

But by far the most egregious attack on the American people in my mind is how did The DREAM Act get addressed and sanctioned into this Executive Order? There are plain misrepresentations in that Act; so much in fact, that it has been defeated every time it comes to the House and Senate for approval. They don’t like it; furthermore, everyone who has taken the time to read the DREAM Act disapproves it.

“Like an idiot I believed that,” Hanen said. A flustered Hartnett repeatedly apologized to Hanen for any confusion related to how the reprieves and work permits were granted. “We strive to be as candid as possible. It truly became clear to us there was confusion on this point,” she said.

Hartnett continued to insist that the 108,081 reprieves had been granted under 2012 guidelines, which were not stoppedgavel by the injunction, and that government attorneys hadn’t properly explained this because they had been focused on other parts of the proposed action.

“Can I trust what the president says? That’s a yes or no question,” Hanen asked. “Yes your honor,” Hartnett replied.


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Just when you think you’ve had enough…Obama….

Just when you think you’ve had enough…Obama….

B-ijxAJCIAA0r70Discussion around here today was on the unbridled notion of transparency within the federal government. Pretty much the usual ideas were brought up and we all gnawed on the notion that according to the White House advertisement mob, this message of the “most transparent administration in U.S. history” not only sparked tremendous laughter from within us all, it furthermore became the seed for debate the entire day.

Take this anyway you like — I value truth, honesty, integrity, and decency in other humans. But I also feel that if one has those basic qualities in life then surely as the people get older the more entrenched they become with their basic qualities.

In addition — these are also the basic inherent qualities that good leaders, those people who are at times possible of making responsible changes based on honesty, integrity, decency, and above all truth, that the great leaders in history place and show early.

We’re not sure about you, but we’ve heard things such as the Imperial Presidency, the Monarchy, lest we ever forget B9k48e0IAAARvkhDeferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). This is in fact the program meant to be for “those who arrived here [USA], through no fault of their own.”

First our own intervention is undoubtedly needed. Who does this president think that he is, anyone? Since the morals and ethics of the United States originally were set before us in the U.S. Constitution, there nonetheless is a doctrine that specifically ensures that this kind of rubbish cannot possibly occur. This unlicensed, malfeasance, greedy, and dishonest action does not originate with the congress as it should, but this “bastardo”of a president, although completely aware of the separation of powers doctrine [Law] was in place.

What about anomalistic and dastardly ways; where are the ethics — the rightness or wrongness of this indecent action? Where is the respect and honesty for a Nation that has supplied one with entitlement benefits, student loans, grants, and otherwise the funding for one to literally bounce from college to college with apparently zero lost time that happens to every transfer student in the USA? Nooo! But Columbia and Harvard Law School? Who or what nation financed the associated costs for your education?

Now regardless of what you think of the appropriate balance of powers that was written out for us to follow; moreover, at the time you made these wicked and wild provisions for undocumented immigrants, you did not think of the people who had been here at all. Indeed public opinion polls were blocking “your way” by as much as 70%. You think that it will help out our economy; you hastily believe that 70% of the people of this nation supported your way — here is where it’s at; I have yet to be asked by even a staffer, House Representative, Senate member, or you how I felt about this swirling excrement. No one member in a so-called republican democracy has even had the integrity, decency, or the truth to see how I might feel about this dream.

Homo flagsThe DACA program was announced to provide immigration benefits to certain young people who were brought to the United States as minors. If these individuals meet several requirements and do not pose a risk to the national security of the U.S. or to the public safety, they will be considered for these benefits. Those who qualify for DACA may receive relief from deportation and may obtain lawful status to live and work in the United States. This relief is for a temporary period of two years, but the status can be renewed at the end of the two year period.

Deferred action is granted on a case-by-case basis. Even if you meet the requirements outlined below, DHS will still have to decide whether to grant you deferred action. Deferred action granted under Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents program or DAPA and the expanded DACA is valid for three years and can be renewed. A grant of deferred action is temporary. However, a person granted deferred action is considered by the federal government to be lawfully present in the U.S. for as long as the grant of deferred action status.

Therefore, it remains incumbent upon you to tell the American people about the ten (10) previous amnesty’s that have B9-MVGrCQAAbYv1been given to these people before this one. Truth has it that you’ve included The DREAM ACT with your DACA and DAPA programs as well. What in this universe gave you the right to pass amnesty’s and a completely different piece of legislation that have been defeated every two to four years since the 1980s?


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