Does Diversity Unite Us…? Part III

Does Diversity Unite Us? Part III

Trump hire americanWhen writing, albeit a report for educational purposes, a piece of technical information, writing a manual, or any other journaling the writer of such instance must be aware of the responsibilities and subsequent challenges that arise from one’s own writing.

There is no conceivable way that I am able to make my points [with examples] than to plan accordingly as all responsible writer’s do, or at least those who claim to be good with their subjects.

Moving on to a gentle juxtaposition let’s come to the same criteria and preparation when it comes to our Congressional members. Have you ever imagined, or experienced, or otherwise seen such work completed by our Congressional officials?

As for me, and this is with all the responsibility on me – but have you ever seen such poor operational management as that as displayed by Congress? Just the last time I wrote anything, showed me just how important it is to plan, rewrite, revise, rewrite, and with a little hope and Divine intervention those who sit in Congress may, yet not probably, got it right.th (2)

When studying the US Constitution – and then parlaying that knowledge with what has been added and when it was added, gawd! This stuff is unfathomable. I mean to say in common language is I wonder if anyone who constructs this stuff even considers the people who made be needing it in ten or more years? Prior to me ever going into that realm, I will stop short of The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 that was instantly written by a Senator Edward Kennedy D-MA along with I believe it was the upstart (who could be so stupid, otherwise!) Senator John “War Hero” McCain R-AZ.

After Kennedy’s assassination that November, Congress began debating and would eventually pass the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965, co-sponsored by Representative Emanuel Celler of New York and Senator Philip Hart of Michigan and heavily supported by the late president’s brother, Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts. During Congressional debates, a number of experts testified that little would effectively change under the reformed legislation, and it was seen more as a matter of principle to have a more open policy. Indeed, on signing the act into law in October 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson stated that the act “is not a revolutionary bill. It does not affect the lives of millions…. It will not reshape the structure of our daily lives or add importantly to either our wealth or our power.”

th (1)Federal District Judge in Southern California has discovered a substantive due process right guaranteeing the right to “family integrity” lurking in the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment and has ordered all children reunited with their illegal immigrant parents. Obviously, the judge expects the parents to be released from incarceration to join their children, but the Trump administration seems determined to keep parents and children together in detention centers until legal proceedings determine their fate.

If I may, how are we told that a “mysterious” due process right guaranteeing the right to “family integrity.” Would it be unreasonable for a citizen to ask, “Whose ‘family integrity’ has been infringed upon here? This is precisely what I mean a simple question asked. Was this due process right actually written for those families who were here or was it written for displaced children? Putting an end to this little clause, yet very conveniently found, needs to be checked.

Just one last exponential comment. Does the American Congress write and therefore pass laws that are as excessively poor as this Immigration Legislation? Secondly, please re-read Part I of this series and please make a determination as to whether you think President Trump’s “animus” was animus indeed or is a guy allowed to say what he wants to say?

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Does Diversity Unite US? (Part II)

Does Diversity Unite US? (Part II)

trump and KenyePart of the complaint against the ban was that it violated the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment because Trump had displayed “animus” against Muslims in speeches before and after the 2016 election. The plaintiffs argued that the national security reasons for the ban were merely pretexts for Trump’s thinly disguised contempt for the Muslim religion. Although the Court agreed that individual injury could be alleged under the Establishment Clause, the travel ban on its face was neutral with respect to religion, and it was, therefore, possible to decide the issue on statutory rather than constitutional grounds.

Part of the complaint against the ban was that it violated the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment because Trump had displayed “animus” against Muslims in speeches before and after the 2016 election. The plaintiffs argued that the national security reasons for the ban were merely pretexts for Trump’s thinly disguised contempt for the Muslim religion. Although the Court agreed that individual injury could be alleged under the Establishment Clause, the travel ban on its face was neutral with respect to religion, and it was, therefore, possible to decide the issue on statutory rather than constitutional grounds.                                                                                                             type on fire1

The dissenting opinion, in this case, would have invalidated the ban on constitutional grounds, based on the idea that the President’s campaign statements and those of his advisers proved that animus against Islam was the real and pervasive motivation for the travel ban. Had this dissenting opinion prevailed, it would have created an anomaly in constitutional jurisprudence. Conceding that the plain language of the travel ban was neutral and therefore constitutional, what rendered the travel ban unconstitutional was Trump’s purported display of animus in his public speeches. If signed by any president other than Trump, there would, therefore, be no constitutional objections. In other words, in the minds of the dissenters, psychoanalysis of Trump’s motives held greater constitutional significance than the intent of the law expressed in its plain language.

In any case, the majority opinion held that “by its plain language” the Immigration and Naturalization Act “grants the President broad discretion to suspend the entry of aliens into the United States. The President lawfully exercised that discretion based on his findings . . . that entry of the covered aliens would be detrimental to the national interest.” Few limits have ever been placed on the President’s broad authority to act under the Immigration and Naturalization Act, especially when national security and foreign relations are involved.

If forgiven common sense, there has been a matter of quality, or to be a better speaker of English, The US Constitution cannot be, free of argument. Although my intention is that it was purposefully written by the Framers to be that way. My logic comes from every person who ever began to read the document, study the Constitution, or to make sense of it.

Furthermore, I had mentioned that I felt that the Constitution was openly engaged onthe-goooo21 that track of open to debate with the potentiality of argument. I believe that one of the stalwart conventions of this came to bear when a Federal District Judge in Southern California has discovered a substantive due process right guaranteeing the right to “family integrity” lurking in the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment and has ordered all children reunited with their illegal immigrant parents. Obviously, the judge expects the parents to be released from incarceration to join their children, but the Trump administration seems determined to keep parents and children together in detention centers until legal proceedings determine their fate.

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Does Diversity Really Unite Us?

Does Diversity Really Unite Us?*

eagle1President Trump’s zero-tolerance policy for illegal border crossers has provoked a hysterical reaction from Democrats, establishment Republicans, the progressive-liberal media, Hollywood radicals, and the deep state. What particularly motivated the ire of these Trump-haters was the fact that the zero-tolerance policy would require the separation of parents and children at the border. The hysteria was, of course, completely insincere and fabricated, given that the policy of separating children and parents was nothing new—it had been a policy of the Obama and Bush administrations as well.   eagle with flag design on wings

Furthermore, where is the compassion for the thousands of American children who are separated from their parents every year as a result of arrests and convictions for non-violent crimes? Many of those arrested are single mothers whose infants become wards of the government until their mothers complete their sentences. No hysteria or effusive compassion is elicited by these separations, confirming that the object of the hysteria surrounding illegal border crossers is to force open borders on the nation under the guise of compassion for children.

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President Trump’s preferred solution for ending the influx of illegal immigrants and providing border security is a wall; it is also the preferred solution of the American people. Zero tolerance is an interim policy that—if enforced—will help deter illegal crossers. The hysteria provoked by zero tolerance could have been predicted, but its magnitude and sheer insanity are almost breathtaking. Some prominent constitutional scholars have gone so far as to argue that the government has no constitutional authority to control the border. And this, which seems almost beyond hysteria, from the elite intellectual class that should be most immune to hysteria!

As a sidebar, we wrote on August 2, 2018, I have been asked before, from a different article I wrote stating that some funds were available for wall building. This has come from “However, the definitive version of this bill with amendments, signed into law on December 26, 2007, did not include the removal of funds for the program. Although H.R. 2764 was an appropriation bill and could only cut funds for the lottery during one fiscal year, this was the first time that both the House and the Senate passed a bill to halt the Diversity Visa program H.R. 2764. Number two, our nation, according to the mainstream media has been in the state of hysteria since our honestly handled recruiting system worked in 2016. You see, Albert Gore had won the popular vote in 2000 but the electoral college did not even take into consideration the events in Florida, plus Gore, et.al., lost the hearing in front of the Supreme Court.

More than a century ago, the Supreme Court announced what was considered the settled sense of the matter when it remarked: “It is an accepted maxim of international law . . . 419105_10151238154313092_1906501386_nand essential to self-preservation, to forbid the entrance of foreigners within [a sovereign nation’s] dominions, or to admit them only in such cases and upon such conditions, as it may see fit to prescribe.” This view was reaffirmed in the recent Supreme Court decision, handed down on June 26, that upheld Trump’s travel ban on foreign nationals from eight countries, six of which have majority Muslim populations.

The majority of this article was produced by a speech given by Edward J. Erler,  co-author of, The Founders on Citizenship and Immigration. The speech was delivered April 11, 2018, at a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar in Colorado Springs.

* Not when hysteria, used as an open-border tactic and includes political party individuals.

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Two very quick Titles,1 Political, 1 Illegal immigrant

 

Many in response to yesterday’s blog where what was going to be the real outcome “AImmigration_Separating_Families_66440_jpg-25ddf_c0-65-6000-3935_s620x400

HugeBlue wave or an even bigger Red Wave”? Well depending on those who were endorsed by the President, all five candidates revealed in the victory. 

Starting very early this morning results came in and most organizations didn’t want to be edgy with sporadic elections going round and round and then face change. Seems from most news reports I either read or heard, it was in the blue districts where delays were requested for the mailed in ballots and absentee ballots.

Visa OverstaysCounted as Illegal Immigrants — are sure growing much higher

The nexus of illegal immigration into the U.S. has shifted away from the southwest border and into the country’s air and seaports, where more than 54 million visitors checked in last year — and nearly 630,000 of them didn’t go home, according to new numbers released Monday.

“This report shows that we have a problem with visa overstays in the United States,” a senior administration official said in briefing reporters on the new numbers, vowing to step up enforcement to try to cut down on the violations.

Indeed, more than 98.5 percent of those admitted through airports and seaports departed before their admissions expired in 2016. But the sheer amount of travel — some 54 million visitors who came through those air and seaports — means even that small overstay rate works out to nearly 740,000 illegal immigrants.

Nearly 630,000 immigrants were still in the U.S. at the end of 2016, for a persistent overstay rate of 1.25 percent.

Student visas and exchange visitors were the worst violators, with some countries averaging overstay rates above 20 percent.

Jessica Vaughan, policy studies director at the Center for Immigration Studies, said those kinds of rates should force a rethink at the State Department, which issues visas, and should spur immigration officials to put more effort into deterring and deporting overstays here in the U.S.

“The fact that more than 700,000 visits were overstayed last year shows just how much immigration_visa_overstays_32182_c0-75-2900-1765_s885x516we need to step up interior enforcement to create more of a deterrent, not only by identifying and deporting overstays but by weakening the job magnet by cracking down on employers who hire illegal workers,” she said.

While it’s difficult to know exact numbers, some analysts say that for every illegal immigrant nabbed at the border, another one gets through. That means that fewer than 500,000 new illegal immigrants a year have snuck in.

Oh, how I loathe to be embarrassed by government agencies. At George Mason University, where the college enjoys a robust paper on the desks and pens or pencils being written on while being on the top.

Honestly between the University of  Oregon (undergrad) and George Fox University (Degree converted) then up to George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia for most of my graduate study curriculum.

Well, I love to point out to you that the four institutions I attended were private and old. The University of Portland was the Congregation of Holy Cross Fathers, exactly the same as Norte Dame University, Geo Fox University was directed by The Society of Friends. The George Mason University had its roots in the Methodist doctrines. Yet, there the Theology Department remains near the top for colleges.

PS Most of the agitated migrants is using the mid-1930s and 1940s propaganda by stating something about separating families. As being knowledgeable stewards we must tell them that there is a difference between applying for amnesty programs and assylulm=seeking programs.

 

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Big Whopping Blue or a Good Red Wave…?

Big Whopping Blue or a Good Red Wave...?

formal attire wearing the medalIf there is anyone out there that is anticipating whether the “Big Blue” or “Whopping Red” waves out there to record how Democrat (Blue) or Republican (Red) elections happen to go at the mid-term, please with honor and civility take a moment and think about the candidates who are running.

In all actual schemes, it will probably be the exact way that we don’t want it to be. I realize that I had mentioned my eternal student dogmatic name and please be assured that there are some – in fact, a lot more than others should be talking about and endorsing Socialism platforms. Understandably, this is not something that is “new” or “Do We Cheat Em’ and How.” Anyone with the remotest sense or propensity to read this is not something that is new to you, inasmuch as the Dems have been doing it for years now.

Oh yes, I see Cynthia Nixon (D-CA) up there with there mindful and verbally strained “Democratic Socialism” surely not to make it as bad as it is. And someone please tell Mr. Sanders for me that healthcare is not a human right!

He is a typical Democrat who has been in his political seat for far too long. Someone, anyone, please tell me that there are two cavemen that get hurt over something, and the nearest bone-fixer mumbling a human right!

And just allow me to say that, if you haven’t earned something, it certainly doesn’t go in the column of good deeds; furthermore, the cost of education is still growing higher; yet, there was a UCLA student on the national news today that gave me some hope. He was griping about an additional $1,100 being added on to every student’s tuition. He very assertively made his necessary appointments then thanked the UCLA administration for being so open about the issue. Here it is: The UCLA administration wants to put in a “social justice” soothsayer when in fact the campus already is supporting them at three distinct levels. The student could not justify the money and I think he got enough people to look at the tuition rates and this one’s going down.                                                     Christ overlooking Rio

But now there is always Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with here free education and again, education is a human right. Goodness gracious already! These Democrats are willing to give it all away. Here is the lowdown: It is not theirs nor has it ever been theirs to give away.

Now here goes… Did you hear Ray Lewis give his Hall of Fame speech? I wasn’t aware but all of this solar-powered equipment in and around Baltimore, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, etc., is his and the many members of his community who’ve been making investments. That is what this country was made from – not getting anything or everything for FREE, but philanthropically gaining the machines and manpower to make it work. Yes Sir, Mr. Lewis, that is love and we need to be surrounded by it.

We’ll come to an answer shortly. First, let’s set the bar. What does it mean for a nation to collapse? A cursory glance at history reveals three truths. First, societies collapse “from” something “to” something. Collapse doesn’t just mean “anarchy”. It means, for example, that societies collapse from democracies to tyrannies. From prosperous economies to stagnant ones. From vibrant public spheres rich with art and science to closed and dull and dead ones, rigid with ideology and unreality. Collapse is a process of going from function through dysfunction to malfunction.

storySecond, collapse doesn’t mean that a society falls overnight, goes from a shining city on a hill today to Mad Max tomorrow. Rather, it means that a society degenerates slowly, as vicious feedback cycles begin to bite.

Social collapse. What does it mean for a nation to collapse socially? The most basic element of a society is trust. Social cohesion if you like. The point isn’t that trust “makes” a society…anything. Productive, efficient, and so on. Simply that to be a society, there must be the bonds of trust.

Just one more issue, nations do collapse when everything is given away. When there is no sense of contribution or well-being. When a person’s ideology gets so rived-up that the instruments that in fact had made them are removed from that society. Love is a great example.

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Let’s look at Congress and ask: What have you done today?

Let’s look at Congress and ask: What have you done today?

300px-capitol_building_full_view(1)I certainly do not wish to put anyone out or read anything that might have that quality of ruffling some of our feathers. However, I realize that if all I did was to sit reading, writing, and tutoring younger individuals without bringing some of this rubbish to your attention I would basically be leaving the trust and welfare of our nation to those who simply do not care.

During my normal days of visiting friends and family, the more than occasional golf match, taking in a local soccer game and heck yeah, the football season is starting. I really must say that I am wrought with, “it’s going to be a challenging year…”

However, where I was at with the normal days of friends and family – not a day goes by when someone either reads my Facebook page, Linked-In or Twitter pages that somehow, I receive this kind of comment: “Good God, man, what the heck is up with you these days.” First, it is about my education – most of my friends who I see now I’ve known for my entire life, and it’s not like I was a go along and get along student. But then again, I wasn’t an academic worry wart either. I mean very humbly, that I knew what it took to pass and make the occasional Dean’s List.

The notion did exist that there were assorted sizes, some athletic, others right at the point of perfection, some were tanner than others, while some had bottom-length blond hair and others had browner hair and more ideal skin. Yup, different matters for different people and for my world something had to be done.

Yet, even now – “Hey! What’s up with the thirteen years of college?” Well, as humbly as I can put it, “I always respond with a ‘Thank-you’ and then some kind of small talk.” And hey you! “It’s our distinguished author in the flesh!”

type on fire1But just as soon as I say anything about Washington D.C., our Congressional people or an administration – now for the down and dirty – President Clinton allowing Top-Secret missile launches being done from mainland China with, of course, Chinese assistance. People, like my close friends, start comingling. So just think of bringing up immigration reform, anything that will hinder or slow down welfare reform to illegal immigrants, or the latest on religious liberty and one finds they are pretty much on their own.

I have found that most people aren’t that into the ruckus of our nation on a day by day basis. Take a newspaper, for example, not much below the fold or on other pages even get a gentle perusal. What I have found out is that most people simply don’t care, unless it is something that will affect them.

I have been wanting to write this out for years now. It is not like I go out to cocktail parties or hang at the water cooler and start my rant about having 13 to 20 million illegal aliens in our country.

But there are those times when I get a captive audience, you know, when I start asking myself, “too much and too soon?” On my gawd, have I bored them to death?

It is when I start in on how to contact your representative in Congress that busts up the room. It’s, “what the phuck are you talking about?” Please, start your next discussion, “What the heck do these people do, other than ______ ____________.”            W000187

Just think of alleged Senator John McCain, or how about this Rep. Maxine Waters, or any of the new upstarts (political age v. years of age, enormous difference) like the actor, Cynthia Nixon, or Senator Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are joining forces to elect an underdog but potentially history-making candidate on the ballot in Michigan next week: Abdul El-Sayed, a 33-year-old physician who would be the nation’s first Muslim governor.  El-Sayed, Sanders, and Ocasio-Cortez are backing two congressional candidates on the ballot Tuesday in Kansas. The two New York natives traveled last month to the state to stump with two candidates. Why would anyone even take the time to listen to anything that these non-American people advocate?         thumb down

“We are at a real crisis point, and I think that what we do is very important,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), who is up for reelection but expected to coast, said in an interview Monday. “I don’t like” the message sent by restaurants denying service to Trump aides, she added.

britt robertson“That’s not what this country is about. It’s not helpful to the position that many of us hold, that immigration is a vital part of our country’s history and future, and present,” Feinstein said. “[W]e need to get it right.”

In addition to White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders being denied dinner service, senior Trump policy adviser Stephen Miller and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen were heckled during dinner at Mexican restaurants. Protesters later showed up outside Nielsen’s home, playing audio of migrant children sobbing after being separated from their families.

The Waters flap, after three Trump advisers were turned away or chased out of restaurants amid a nationwide furor over the president’s separation of immigrant families, underscores the risk Democrats face along with the reward of a fired-up base.

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Congress should be ashamed!

type on fire1The contents of this writing intends on asking questions of our Congressional staff predicated upon newer and newly released information from the State Department (SD) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with regards to some of the newer immigration “understandings” now that this topic has caused so much misery, controversy, and chaos for the first 20 years or so of this century.

I wish that every reader of this article feel or to be made as comfortable as possible insofar as some of the questions asked are going to be aimed at why does immigration have to be so distasteful?

Part one, I believe that the notion of immigration is viewed by individuals in this country as a bad scheme of arrangement. Meaning if you will, that the arrangement as it is now set up favors both illegal as well as legal immigration into this nation, however, one way or another a price will be paid.                              xlnt brain

I firmly believe that this conscientiousness of the individuals of this nation and I would like to add, that it is for this reason that assisted President Donald Trump to get elected to the Office of the President. Moreover, crowds and gaggles of people simply do not cheer and applaud harsh rhetoric in any arena, let alone a political campaign unless the guy running for office means what he says.

This and for many other reasons is why I do not batter an eyelash at the “suggestion” that a wall is being built, National Guard troops are being sent to the border, or more money is being pushed into the tech side of protection.

money scaleI have been asked before, from a different article I wrote stating that some funds were available for wall building. This has come from “However, the final version of this bill with amendments, signed into law on December 26, 2007, did not include the removal of funds for the program. Although H.R. 2764 was an appropriation bill and could only cut funds for the lottery during one fiscal year, this was the first time that both the House and the Senate passed a bill to halt the Diversity Visa program H.R. 2764.

Having stated that it has become very apparent to me that politics – money, privileges, honor, working history, and the mere fact that someone “made it” has an imminent role in receiving one’s wish.

Furthermore, after years of scholarship, I have come to believe that it is not really a matter of what the general public wants or needs, simply because there are too many crybabies, obstructionists, and people who do not want any sovereignty for the USA -period!

As I mentioned in yesterday’s article, historians estimate that fewer than 1 million immigrants moved to the United States from Europe between 1600 and 1799. By comparison, in the first federal census, in 1790, the population of the United States was enumerated to be 3,929,214. Okay then, here is an error of some three million or more immigrants. Second point, how accurate are our books today? There must be some accountability here!                                                                                                         2222222

In 1875, the nation passed its first immigration law that mentioned the “desirability” of the individual involved during the immigration phases of the US. The Page Act of 1875 was the first act wherein a person who had convicted of a crime in their own country was not allowed into our country. I want to know the following: Why isn’t this even mentioned anymore in the offering documents?

Of the third part, it is my emphatic belief that the people of this nation want something done. With people carrying around the tag of DACA or DAPA rioting in the streets and making noise about the US ICE organization and literally closing down its facility for business, I believe the people of the USA are tired of it!

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About Accountability and Culpability

About Accountability and Culpability

Congress assembledThis ostensible writing intends on asking questions of our Congressional staff predicated upon newer and newly released information from the State Department (SD) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with regards to some of the newer immigration “understandings” now that this topic has caused so much misery, controversy, and chaos for the first 20 years or so of this century.

I wish that every reader of this article feel or to be made as comfortable as possible insofar as some of the questions asked are going to be aimed at why does immigration have to be so distasteful?                                                      congress

For the first part, I believe that the notion of immigration is viewed by individuals in this country as a bad scheme of arrangement. Furthermore, I also have the belief that the views of immigration depending on the geographic area where individuals live is certainly different than what those “lawmakers” that are in Washington D. C.

Having stated that it has become very apparent to me that politics – money, privileges, honor, working history, and the mere fact that someone “made it” has an imminent role in receiving one’s wish.

Furthermore, after years of scholarship, I have come to believe that it is not really a matter of what the general public wants or needs, the matters behind immigration as mentioned above are the real case barriers.

congress moneyExamples: Talk to most in the Southern California area where the margins of migrants are razor sharp and it goes something along these lines. In the eastern portion of LA, Pasadena, Alhambra, Glendale, Covina(s), have the highest rate of Chinese immigrants in the nation. Then again, running a little south say to Orange County, in particular, Garden Grove, Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley have the highest rates of Vietnamese, Laotian (people from Laos). Moving from San Diego upwards to Sacramento has the highest density of people from Mexico and Central America living there.

Now if you thought that this was the extent of it – allow me, to give you an up brief. The states of Oregon and Washington are experiencing their difficulties as well with illegal immigrants as well. Oregon has active sawmills running 24/7 and a huge problem with those immigrant students here on student visas. When Washington comes to mind I am reminded of the crisp red and green apples that sweeten the air. Yet, albeit for the industries may they be big or small there will always be an illegal immigrant there.

Well just about my readership knows that I am a true Westerner and was born and spent half my life out West we should all remember what’s going on in Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, Michigan, Ohio, well if you don’t mind, the entire nation of the USA.

Historians estimate that fewer than 1 million immigrants moved to the United States from Europe between 1600 and 1799. By comparison, in the first federal census, in 1790, the population of the United States was enumerated to be 3,929,214. The 1790 Act limited naturalization to “free white persons”; it was expanded to include blacks in the 1860s and Asians in the 1950s. In the early years of the United States, immigration was fewer than 8,000 people a year including French refugees from the slave revolt in Haiti. After 1820, immigration gradually increased. From 1836 to 1914, over 30 million Europeans migrated to the United States. The death rate on these transatlantic voyages was high, during which one in seven travelers died. In 1875, the nation passed its first immigration law, the Page Act of 1875.

636_Congress_moneySpeaking of which, the Page Act was put in place to limit those individuals from communist countries from the USA. Russia, China, Vietnam, certain blocks of Eastern Europe and much of the island chains of Malaysia and the southern Pacific Ocean.

Consequently, I was just looking at a map of where the Diversity Lottery immigrants have come from and from start to finish the number one nation is Russia.

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Culpability and Accountability

Culpability and Accountability

Office-DCSmallIf at all possible, my continued hope is that you will see where the links exist for those who take accountability for their actions and especially for those who do not. It seems to me that every article that I write over the last ten years or so – unless specifically stated that the articles are not to be about accountability – can and are in fact involving accountability from several members of our executive staff, or congressional staff of government. This certainly does not imply that the US Supreme Court justices haven’t been wrong at times in their opinions, it is just harder to invade their holy domain.

However, I still am at odds with where Chief Justice John Roberts was going when he started his ruling in re Obamacare, with the Commerce Department and on to taxation. I need to leave this one here, simply because I don’t know about all of it. But, it does seem to me if the Supreme Court would have left it up to healthcare then Obamacare would never have become available for the tumultuous losses and backstabbing like involvement from the government.

Yet, they are the easy actions established by our government – especially intelligence Uncle Samservices – that they have neither take accountability for, much less anything else. I need to take some time here with Hillary Rodham Clinton and her involvement in Libya. During her tenure as U.S. Secretary of State in the Obama Administration from 2009 to 2013, Clinton responded to the Arab Spring by advocating military intervention in Libya. She helped to organize a diplomatic isolation and international sanctions regime against Iran in an effort to force curtailment of that country’s nuclear program; furthermore, during her tenure as Secretary of State, we also lost an Ambassador and other men.

The point here is that Hillary Clinton has a history in Nicaragua during the time of the Contras fighting against the Sandinista’s.  Take into consideration the fighting of these groups in the early 1980s and through to 2010-12 with the fighting in Benghazi, Libya along with the email scandals, this woman has never been held accountable for her actions. Why is this?

It was not long before this Benghazi Libya action that her husband, then President Clinton-Email-ScandalWilliam Clinton had been impeached and still later gave the Loral Corporation permission to launch into outer space missiles. So other than Hillary R. Clinton having a direct contact with the funding of CNN (some say the Clinton News Network) these among many, many others have not ever been held accountable for their desperate acts against the United States.

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Judicial Watch filed a FOIA lawsuit

Judicial Watch filed a FOIA lawsuit

judicialwatch-3Judicial Watch filed a FOIA lawsuit with DOJ for any and all memos that might’ve been written by fired FBI Director James Comey on any conversations with Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Sen. Chuck Schumer, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, or Sen. John McCain.

There can be no conceivable way to underscore what the agency of Judicial Watch has done for this country. I firmly believe that the organization as a whole should be up for anything Nobel Prize-worthy or certainly one of this nation’s highest civilian decorations like The American Freedom Medal and so on.

Judicial Watch is one of those smaller, “in the best interest,” for our national advocacy groups that do the little things – like filing Freedom of Information Acts (FIOA) for information that somehow lies in the public record written or exchanged by public officials in the employment of our government.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) has provided the public the right to request access to records from any federal agency. It is often described as the law that keeps citizens in the know about their government.

Now then, and I am positive that this is what Judicial Watch is doing; filing the action, getting understated documents, knowing what government employees are doing – for our good by keeping in the know about our own government and what they are doing.

This is what I feel and why. Judicial Watch is what I liken to a God-send. I wish to tell most individuals that I run into on a daily basis that the nation’s founding documents were written so that we would be informed or at the very least have the information to acquaint ourselves with. Although, I am a person and I understand what some people mean by understanding.

One of the biggest hurdles that we, as citizens of the US face is the knowing what it is that people in powerful positions are doing and for what and to whom.

In my book, An Open Autopsy on America I go to great lengths on stating how our government turned out the way that it has up to now. America’s first form of government was not Representative Democracy as some, or most have heard that it was. Oh no, the first form of government was referred to as Classical Republicanism that made the public the police, judge, and jury for matters concerning government officials.

Inasmuch as the sweeping data now in circulation compliments of Judicial Watch, I do not think I would be a viable candidate if we ever convened a jury against Hillary Clinton and her acts of criminal negligence; or, for that matter, James B. Comey, especially Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, or any member of the Obama family.

The innermost of all chaos is knowing that the Founders and Framers of our government wanted us to police those who were elected and especially those who have not been elected although they are in an altruistic position. The wanted us to oust those individuals who undisputedly have done us wrong. But what are we doing? NOTHING! People in this country seem to go easy on the lawbreakers and condemn those who are giving their all to assist us in becoming a better nation.

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