Visa Overstays

Visa Overstays

blue on blue passportRepublicans were outraged Thursday after the Obama administration eased new visa requirements for certain European travelers who have visited Iran, Iraq, Syria, or Sudan in the last five years — accusing President Barack Obama of appeasing Tehran and charging that the changes would undercut efforts to prevent terrorists from entering the United States.

“The Obama administration is blatantly breaking the law, a law the president himself signed,” said House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul of Texas. “This is not a difference of opinion over statutory interpretation, it is a clear contradiction of the law and the agreement we reached with the White House.

“President Obama is again putting his relationship with Iran’s supreme leader over the security of Americans.”

Both McCaul and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte said that the new exemptions had already been rejected by Congress.

President Obama and his administration’s decision to abuse their limited waiver authority and allow scores of people who have traveled to or are dual nationals of countries like Iraq and Syria flies in the face of reason and congressional intent,” Goodlatte said. “This needlessly compromises our national security and the safety of the American people.”

The Virginia senator cited a report Tuesday from the Department of Homeland Security saying that more than a half-million temporary visa holders — including thousands from the Middle East — illegally remained in the U.S. last year.

“Terrorism has and continues to be a very real threat to our country, and it’s USCIS_Sig_Rib_Vertunconscionable that the president and his administration continue to weaken the enforcement of our immigration and national security laws,” Goodlatte said.

The announcement came on the same day that Secretary of State John Kerry admitted that some of the more than $100 billion Iran received with the easing of sanctions last week under the nuclear deal could be used to support terrorism.

Furthermore, based on various reports given today it appears as though the sum of $100 billion dollars went directly toward releasing various prisoner’s from the USA as well as the demand for certain Tehran-linked prisoner’s as well. This is just one of the reasons that Obama is disliked even by staunch Democrats.

10628319_784408614949169_6962528540080300342_nThe State Department and DHS said that the new restrictions could be made under a law Congress passed in December that sought to block Europeans who have fought for the Islamic State and were likely to commit Islamic jihadism after entering the United States.

Currently, citizens of 38 countries, primarily in Europe, can generally travel to the United States without applying for a visa — though they still must submit biographical information to the Electronic System for Travel Authorization, or ESTA.

But under the eased restrictions, people who traveled to those countries as journalists, for official work with humanitarian agencies or on behalf of international organizations, regional organizations and provincial or local governments may still be eligible to visit the United States without first obtaining a visa.

It is really rather an easy decision. First find out what the public wants; then confirm that decision with actions from Congress, and above all, follow the laws of the land even if you have signed them into action.

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Commentary and Opinion

Commentary and Opinion

flint waterErin Brockovich who has become quite the outdoor activist since her ordeal and monumental headlines while those Hollywood actors and other activists got into the project by participating in the film Erin Brockovich (Julia Roberts, Best Actress Academy Award) discussed the ongoing water crisis in Flint, MI. with Bianna Golodryga of Yahoo News.com. She discussed the causes of the crisis, the accountability of state officials and how this is a national problem.

Brockovich explained the cause of Flint’s crisis and why the city switched from Lake Huron to the Flint River. She told Golodryga, “Because the city was in bankruptcy, there was an appointed emergency city water manager who decided to save a buck and the governor agreed. They made the switch, added the chloramines that caused all this lead to leach out, and nobody disclosed anything to the residents.”

She said that state officials did not know how to properly get water to Flint. “I don’t think they necessarily knew what they were doing, which can be very scary. You know water quality is chemistry. You need to know what you’re doing and you need be able to say, you know, this is not in my sphere or scope of understanding and rely on somebody to do that. That’s why I really have to look at this emergency water manager that was in place, because we actually provided them a report and a protocol on what to do to avoid this and how to treat the water.” She continued, “It’s frightening to think that we step in as an agency and we don’t know what we’re doing with water quality, and the outcome would be the risk and to jeopardize so many people.”

Where'dBrockovich had already called on Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder to resign. On “Yahoo News Live” she went further to suggest criminal charges should be considered: “They created this mess and they can’t continue to hide behind it. This is where the residents have every right, and I stand with the residents, to be absolutely furious. This lack of transparency, this deception that cost them their health, their children’s health, potentially for life, is inexcusable. We should be looking at criminal charges. This is why they want [Snyder] to step down. As long as he’s going to continue to be in office, you’ve got to stop hiding behind the story.”

She continued, “You can’t change what he’s done, but begin to correct it moving forward so they have a safer, broader solution. This isn’t going to go away overnight.”

On her reasoning behind removing the governor now, Brockovich told Golodryga, “It has thsome form of justice for them. There’s such a breach of trust now with their leader to leave him in place to make any further decisions for them would be very difficult. It feels very difficult for them to accept. I think at some level it’s just the honorable thing to do.”

Although that kind of career decision-making and well, let’s admit it, the governor is in public office, is not going to happen so soon. Seriously, the governor is also on the side of good press with his endorsement for Trump as well as his ethanol v. oil posture.

Currently the governor is really pounding oil firms insofar as farmers in the state are making rather good profits on the different type of energy fuel.
Furthermore, Gov. Rick Snyder has still to negotiate with President Obama’s joke of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) who if you remember not too long ago in the summer of 2015, completely destroyed a magnificent, free flowing, life producing river. So I would think the energy czar has a few questions to answer himself.

water from FlintBrockovich said that this problem goes well beyond Flint. “It’s a national problem, and Flint is a model city for us to look at. I couldn’t be more proud of this community for how they’ve come forward and used their voice, but it’s the tip of the iceberg to something that is going to be a national problem.”

 

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Spritely told by Mr. Limbaugh and Myself

Spritely told by Mr. Limbaugh and Myself

etawah correctional facilityEvery wonder why people from other nations always think America is at war? Well as one critically thinks about this situation there is a truth to the notion. Or let there at least be one — although there may not be a declared war but it is in our language in which we identify these things — most notably “The [Forever] War on Women, all of the Civil Rights Wars, the War of 1812, the conflict wars based on ideologies such as recently in Ferguson, Missouri or Baltimore Maryland, as well as Seattle Washington, New York City, not to mention in great detail the wars that have been going on in Indiana with Muslims and other representatives of Islam, and what most people do not know or understand well, the more than 140 wars entered into with the native people of this very country.

Again many of these conflicts have been necessary for legislators to understand; moreover, for the sake of individual preservation of rights. I am a very strong supporter of civil rights and the abuses thereto; furthermore, what separated Watts, California say from the rioting in Los Angeles vis-a-vie a Lakers title or the new Los Angeles Rams moving in or any other ridiculous notion such as someone being killed by an officer of the law, Watts was the real deal.

But there is a war being carried on in this country that many of us — both here and from other nations simply do not understand. The first major effort comes out as “The War on Women.”

These entire circumstances are not valid because we have yet to find out who is in facthillary-clinton-holds-campaign-roundtable-in-las-vegas waging war against women? It is just as efficient to refer to the war(s) as being unreliable. Therefore, whenever one is reading either a news report or listens to radio or watches television the first issue they should be concerned with is the validity and reliability of whatever the claim may be.

On February 29, 2012, Rush Limbaugh, while talking about contraceptive mandates, included remarks about law student Sandra Fluke as a “slut” and “prostitute.” Limbaugh was commenting on Fluke’s speech the previous week to House Democrats in support of mandating insurance coverage for contraceptives. Limbaugh made numerous similar statements over the next two days, leading to the loss of 45 to “more than 100” local and national sponsors and Limbaugh’s apology on his show for some of his comments.

So what? I distinctively remember the Sandra Fluke incident as if it were yesterday. At the time I lived across the street from Georgetown University where Ms. Fluke was attending law school. In the local communities of Georgetown DC, Baltimore MD, most of the community of Washington DC, Alexandra VA, as well as Arlington VA most people — including several reporters thought that this entire happenstance scandal was generated from the White House as was extremely possible considering the amount of scandals pursuant to anything the Obama administration tried breaking through.
As for today the reason I endeavor to ask about the war allegedly on women is because of an article I read from The New York Times.

The article stated, “Gender inequality will be a frequent topic of discussion, sometimes even among men, in many of the panel sessions. Politicians and executives will debate how future skill requirements will affect gender equality, ask whether women should take more leadership roles in science and technology and determine what can be done to end gender biases.”

What bothers me about that particular statement is the use of the word biases which clearly indicates to me that some people believe that there is some kind of plan instigating this bias.

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Crossing the Great Pond

Crossing the Great Pond

7477551008_aa1507431c_zThis portion is from my newest book that I am currently writing. This short writing hopefully will make into the Preface. However as a writer with a more than capable editor, as well as publisher who is screaming for this genre of work — some things make it in while other things do not,

Did you know that the original settling groups that took sometimes 30 days upwards of 3 months to cross the “great pond”? At the time of this writing the last time I checked there were over 10,000 known and accounted for ships that did not make the voyage?

Please let me assure you that crossing the pond back during the fifteenth, sixteenth, and image007during the seventeenth centuries was anything but a cruise liner or some type of ocean resort ship as we are accustomed to today. I absolutely adore the language of today’s students of all levels as well as their parent counterparts chatting away like this was some kind of what clothes shall I bring, is there going to be a free bar and lounge, can we gamble, and what was the main ball room like?

Normal passage way normally was done on a passenger’s per pound basis. Take the approximate weight of the passenger and then add to that weight much in the same way they do for today’s airline traveler’s.

It all sounds so simple…however, if you were traveling by family, or partners there were always levies laid against the entire family — for some reason such as a weight maximum.

Needless to say that only the bare essentials made the sojourn. Under normal the mayflower2circumstances each person was allowed the clothes they wore plus an additional set — mind you that for those who could afford it, combs and brushes or any other part of our hygiene care to include soap was weighed and measured.

Simple eating utensils was one set per person; and for the mothers and eldest daughters some could bring a pot, a tureen, or a pan. All of these extra enmities’ carried a Captain’s seal authorizing it however most importantly if the mum’s wanted to used them there was an “enough to go around” deal entered into.

Passengers literally had very little in making the journey which can be arguable that this posture had them at an advantage or disadvantage. For most it proved disadvantages primarily because of the voyage itself.

thImagine sailing from Britain or Northwestern Europe like Liverpool (English) or from Amsterdam and having just about frozen to death the night before, you stretch out those arms, comb out the hair, hopefully have a quick brush of the teeth only to find it unbearable topside!

Imagine waking up to a cork like feeling with massive rains carrying on throughout the day. Then for the first time nature calls. Therefore being totally soaked and dripping wet — it is now time to visit the “Lo” which normally on the male side, under the hull, was a designated area with either a bucket or trap door in the ship. For the ladies still below the hull were very small three wall compartments and a think with resembled some type of toilet.

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Why the article made me sick

Why the article made me sick

MV5BMTA5MzkyMzIxNjJeQTJeQWpwZ15BbWU4MDU0MDk0OTUx__V1_SX214_AL_In lieu of my writing of yesterday, 88th Annual Academy Awards bracing for another Tsunami of bad press, I would like to come out with some type of reasonable response for why the article made me sick. Why on earth would an award ceremony get a title wave of bad press? Well if you will allow me perhaps I can put some meaning to the words used.

First and foremost who – what other profession honors themselves to the grandiose methods as the thespian guild of America? Academy Awards, USA or Golden Globes, USA, or maybe it’s Primetime Emmy Awards, well there is always the BAFTA Awards (England’s obsession) Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA, American Film Institute, USA, then let’s continue Behind the Voice Actors Awards, then each of the various cities internationally wants to award these folks with something, such as the Boston, Los Angeles, Venice, Denver, Dallas, Berlin, Australian Society of Film Critics Awards, and now for an industry that feels the need for ceremonial rubbish man, they get them started at a young age such as Teen Choice Awards, Breakout Star Award, and even Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association. That is a incomplete list of what the award season actually looks like.

Now of course I believe a person should be acknowledged especially at the workplace, but hey, when does enough become enough? Yet when I see something that is stated and I ask myself honestly, “What would happen if I used the word ‘white’?” Do I for a moment think that I could or should? No way gang!

What on earth does a person’s color have to do with it? Absolutely nothing.Beasts of No Nation
In fact, Hollywood used to be the place (films, talk shows) where one could not be accused of being anything. But things only last for how long people go by the rules. Which leads me to say something about some films. Does anyone really need a synopsis for Straight Outta Compton? How about Creed? How about Beasts Of No Nation?

But easily what offended me most was Cheryl Boone Issac’s talk about black artists, diversity, and “We have got to speed it up.” I honestly hope that I’ve made myself clear.

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88th Annual Academy Awards bracing for another Tsunami of bad press

88th Annual Academy Awards bracing for another Tsunami of bad press

one dudeAcademy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs was diplomatic but clearly disappointed when I spoke to her at this morning’s Oscar nominations about the omission of African American-driven films like Straight Outta Compton, Concussion, and Beasts Of No Nation. “Of course I am disappointed, but this is not to take away the greatness (of the films nominated). This has been a great year in film, it really has across the board. You are never going to know what is going to appear on the sheet of paper until you see it,” she told me, while acknowledging the Academy’s very public efforts at diversity are moving too slowly. “We have got to speed it up.”

Already the #OscarsSoWhite hash tag from last year’s glaring lack of diversity in the acting nominations is back in action, and you could see at this morning’s announcement for the 88th Annual Academy Awards that officials were bracing for another tsunami of bad press regarding the lack of diversity on the list, especially regarding black artists. And despite Ang Lee’s and Guillermo del Toro’s presence in reading the nominations today, there was little to cheer about in the Asian and Latino communities also (with the BIG exception of last year’s big Oscar winner Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu’s presence with The Revenant).

This is despite big efforts by all concerned to deliver those missing nominations. Netflix,michael jordon for instance, put a huge campaign behind Idris Elba for Beasts, and Will Smith gave arguably the finest performance of his career in Concussion. Recent National Society Of Film Critics Best Actor winner Michael B. Jordan, star of Creed, was even passed over, even as his co-star Sylvester Stallone was nominated in the Supporting Actor race. Creed‘s young director Ryan Coogler was also overlooked in the directing contest.

The cast of Compton also failed to break through. In fact — produced, directed, and starring a strong African American team — received only one nomination, Original Screenplay for Jonathan Herman and Andrea Berloff, S. Leigh Savidge and lan Wenkus — who are all white. Universal, which distributed the film, also did a very costly print and television campaign for the film aimed at getting into the Best Picture race. It didn’t happen.

Oscar Nomination Snubs: Ridley Scott, Steven Spielberg, Jane Fonda, Aaron Sorkin & Black America

MV5BMTA5MzkyMzIxNjJeQTJeQWpwZ15BbWU4MDU0MDk0OTUx__V1_SX214_AL_However, I somehow do not believe that one person on the above list would gripe.  But is it fair to blame the Academy for this? They have certainly handed Oscars to many black performers in the past and just two years ago gave its Best Picture prize to 12 Years A Slave and Supporting Actress to Lupita Nyong’o. It wasn’t long ago when Denzel Washington and Halle Berry won the top two acting prizes in the same night. And the organization has really tried to shake things up in the membership, with many minorities, not just African Americans, gaining entrance to the exclusive club in recent years — particularly since Boone Isaacs became president and Dawn Hudson got the CEO job.

Boone Isaacs today pointed out the aforementioned presence among Latinos in today’s nominations with Gonzalez Iñárritu’s Revenant leading all movies with 12 nominations, as well as the high number of women producers and writers on the list this year. But there is no question the headlines hurt. And can the Academy really do anything about a democratic vote in which more than 6000 members cast a private ballot?

This almost unreadable article was originally written by Pete Hammond. After doing a bit of research on this particular writer I know what I would not want my work to sound like or even be like. This particular story is wrought with lousy oversights, discriminatory inferences, one that I found to be simply racist. The guy (Hammond) simply does not understand the Academy — moreover, in lieu of the events of 2015 no way should Yahoo be publishing it.

 

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Did You See this one Coming..?

Did You See this one Coming..?

US-POLITICS-OBAMAI am in utter disbelief! First and foremost allow me to share a story with you. Quite a bit of time ago when I was the tender 13 years of age — getting ready for the orientation to end, all of us were called to listen and be quiet. My employer at the time began his spiel on how a certain amount of money would automatically be taken from our checks for “safety” as he called it — the funds he described were going to the Social Security Administration and held until our retirement.

Therefore for years (our working lives), with each new position came the same lecture. That was until I ventured out on my own to make some real money, yet nonetheless as I worked under a Form 1099 which meant I was responsible for remitting my own taxes to the SSA. This was something that was done relentlessly insofar as the people at the SSA office were mean, unsettled people that held the penalty of none payment fees and costs over one’s head.

Now the most important matter to me is that the government originally made this 1215_AMMR_SS_sec831bprogram during President Franklin Roosevelt’s time in office in 1935 actually (we think) having the individuals best interests in mind. It was compared to a pension plan for those who went into retirement.

Okay then — here is the nut of this story. This is precisely what Marx and all of his cronies wanted which basically is socialism — meaning, that although you and I and the next guy work and pay Social security taxes in the form of (FICA) those funds do not belong to the government; the funds belong to those who paid in.

By socialism I mean the true characteristics of the political system. Where the government owns all of the means of production. There is really no “independent ownership” of anything within socialism, everything is owned by the government. (Look at Australia’s Airline system, for example.)

If you are currently enrolled in Social Security, or are about to become eligible, please pay close attention to the following message.

By May 1, 2016, Congress will officially end a series of Social Security’s most lucrative benefits.

This will cause an estimated $11.41 billion to effectively disappear. It is a historic amount of money.

Currently, as many as 21.3 million Americans could be eligible for large payouts from these benefits.

And if you are one of them, your time is quickly running out to step forward and claim what is rightfully yours. Here’s what you need to know.

The banning of these benefits has been set in motion thanks to the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015-2016.

In Section 831 of this legislation, it clearly states this reform was intended to prevent recipients from collecting more money from the Social Security Administration (SSA) than Congress intended.

With the Federal debt quickly approaching $19 trillion, not surprisingly, these dramatic changes were passed in both the House (266-167) and Senate (64-35) with overwhelming majorities.

And this past November President Obama signed the reform into law.

This is obviously not an opinion that is shared by the American people themselves, though.

And you owe it to yourself to do whatever it takes to ensure you are not short-changed from the biggest reform to Social Security in nearly four decades.

Because, to be absolutely clear, a lot of people stand to lose a lot of money if they don’t act now.

arden B

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We Need a New President right away…” Donald Trump

“We Need a New President right away…” Donald Trump

Seal-of-the-US-House-of-RepresentativesHere is an example of what I was writing just last evening. There is not much that I will agree with “the Donald” about; however, the U.S. House of Representatives did pass a bill today that will give the USA some room to move when it comes to refugee admissions. For starters the bill is asking for more time to vette all refugees wanting to gain access to this country.

Up to the news — Authorities arrested two refugees — one in Sacramento and one in Houston — Thursday on terror-related charges, according to the Department of Justice.

Sacramento resident Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab was arrested onseal of doj charges of making a false statement involving international terrorism, according to the Department of Justice. The 23-year-old allegedly traveled overseas to fight alongside terrorist organizations and lied to U.S. authorities about his activities, Assistant Attorney General Carlin said in a release.

Authorities allege Al-Jayab, a Palestinian born in Iraq, traveled to Syria to fight with terrorist organizations in the area. There is no indication that he planned an act of terrorism in the United States.

So here is your classic example of how “the President cannot (or will not) work with Republicans or Congress.” There are those of us who saw this behavior in Barack Obama and refused to vote for him — in both elections!

The essential facts that underlie Obama’s: Refusal to call an incident where 33 people lose their lives on a military establishment at the behest of a known deranged individual who is screaming “Allah Akbar” at every shot, is workplace violence? Furthermore, it is Obama’s refusal to use the phrase, “Islamic radical based terrorism” is still beyond me and everyone that I have communication with.

All together I refer to it as denial that certainly has a way of clouding one’s judgment. As we look at this story — it must be acknowledged that what Congress is trying to do is to protect the sacred rights of the American people — while at the exact same time Obama is dismantling language in the form of political correctness. Although most people cannot find any p.c. in Obama’s way.

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A Look at the Framers through their own words and Documentation

A Look at the Framers through their own words and Documentation

the-goooo21Let these remarks be known and construed as if coming straight from the Framers of the US Constitution. The source data remains unquestionably the same, that is, either being from the Federalist Papers, Notes on Virginia, the Declaration of Rights taken from George Mason’s original writings as well as through the Declaration of Rights, Constitutional Chaos by Judge Napolitano, The Federalists Papers: The Modern Language Indexed Edition, Invasion, by Michelle Malkin, Original Meanings by Jack N. Rakove, as well as a lovely newer book called How America Got It Right by Bevin Alexander.

Allow me to explain — I owe this feeling of mismanagement and constitutional denial to my 4th grade teacher, Miss Holder, as well as by Mr. McCune my 8th grade middle school Civics and Social Studies teacher, and certainly from 9th to 11th grade Civics, Politics, and Social Studies teacher who although was as fine a gentlemen ever to walk our planet, but could be a difficult instructor insofar as he made it seem as though it was a hard, laborious task getting the US Constitution ratified and just how much work those individuals had in getting the ratification done.

Therefore, as I have done many times over and then some — Perfect Separation: People Appoint all Officials — Of the first part, this implies that it is through the vote that the people make decisions as to who will lead them. This has been one of Obama’s major plays in his own public service record and his approval rating.

However the Framers had discussed the notion of organizing the people’s help with this comment: “They may also help us judge the principles and structure of the government planned by the convention.” There was no stretch of imagination at this point. Furthermore, as put forward by James Madison stating, “To a certain extent everyone agrees that a separation of the different powers of government is essential to the preservation of liberty.”

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Shiite Cleric’s brother speaks out, Whoop-Dee-Doo!

Shiite Cleric’s brother speaks out, Whoop-Dee-Doo!

 

2cfa6a409e77b5cf1083dfca15a35f6dc742a26eThe brother of a prominent Shiite cleric whose execution has roiled the Mideast and set off worldwide protests is blaming President Obama for failing to use his influence with the Saudi government to prevent his death. Now seriously — who do you think that you are?

“I am sorry to say that the American government did not offer to make any efforts on this, although they knew the danger of this action and the repercussions,” Mohammed Al-Nimr said about the weekend execution of his brother, Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, in an interview with Yahoo News.

Someone please — explain to me why an American president should even be concerned with this? Moreover, what precisely did the cleric’s brother think Obama would do?

68b3a361d9136bb4d1d858e85765e2289f754d89_jpg_cf“We asked very clearly for the American president to intervene as a friend of Saudi Arabia — and the Americans did not intervene,” he added. While he personally asked officials at the U.S. consulate in Dharan, Saudi Arabia, to urge the president to speak out forcefully against his brother’s death sentence, “the Americans did not issue such a statement,” al-Nimr said in a telephone interview from Awamya in eastern Saudi Arabia. “They limited themselves to general statements from the State Department.”

So much of the ideology of Islam is apparent here. First of all, who says that Saudi Arabia is America’s friend? Moreover, in Amman Jordon, Cairo Egypt, Benghazi Libya, Paris France, London England, and San Bernardino California — where has anything Saudi Arabia? Believe me bro, America has lost far too many brethren for any president to go willy-nilly to help people who will not assist us in trying to make a more stable Middle Eastern region.

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