An aerial survey of the U.S.-Mexico border from the New Mexico state line to five miles west of Nogales, Arizona found no Army units.
However, we saw no Strykers on the border in 120 miles — and we would have seen them had they been there. The only conclusion is that they have been pulled.
The National Guard and the Army Strykers were put on the border to impress the public – not to solve the border problem. It is time this administration stopped playing these stupid games.
Border agent indicted for violating illegal alien’s rights
In almost total secrecy, the Obama Justice Department has charged a U.S. Border Patrol agent, Luis Fonseca, for depriving the rights of a yet to be identified illegal alien at the Border Patrol station located on Imperial Beach, California, last July. Fonseca, however, was not indicted until a week ago.
Defending US borders from foreign invaders is not law enforcement; it’s the basic purpose of the US military.
The Posse Comitatus Act does not prohibit US Military on our borders.
US Military is allowed as authorized by the Constitution or Act of Congress
Anchor Babies and Birth Tourism
Misinterpretation of the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution
Quite simply, the Fourteenth Amendment currently is being interpreted to grant automatic birthright citizenship to children born in the United States of illegal alien parents (called anchor babies because under the 1965 immigration Act, they act as an anchor that pulls the illegal alien mother and eventually a host of other relatives into permanent U.S. residency). This clearly is contrary to the original intent of Congress and the States in ratifying the Fourteenth Amendment.
While it has been the practice to bestow citizenship to children of illegal aliens, this has never been ruled on by the Supreme Court.
WHAT COUNTRIES BAN BIRTHRIGHT CITIZENSHIP?
By Elois Zeanah
How many developed nations give birthright citizenship to illegal aliens and tourists? Only the United States and Canada! Most countries ban birthright citizenship because of security threats and because of unbearable costs which take invaluable resources and burden federal, state and local budgets and taxpayers.
U.S. Representative Nathan Deal (and now governor) of Georgia, stated that 123 countries do not allow automatic birthright citizenship for children of non-citizens born in their countries. A sampling of these countries follows:
Countries that Grant Automatic Birthright Citizenship
Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cameroon, Jamaica, Mexico, Pakistan, Spain, United States, and Venezuela.
Countries that do NOT Grant Automatic Birthright Citizenship
Algeria, Australia, Belgium, Columbia, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, India, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Kuwait, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and Zaire.
H.R. 140, The Birthright Citizenship Act of 2011 was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives in January 2011 to clarify the language/intent of “citizen” in the 14th Amendment to join other countries and stop the abuse of immigrants (illegal aliens and visitors on visas) who come to the United States to have children to give their children dual citizenship; to prevent them from entering military service in their countries; and to get free education, welfare, healthcare and other benefits paid for by U.S. taxpayers.
Education consultants working to whitewash history of Islam in public schools
“That’s not just an educational problem-that’s a national security problem.”
Delaware attorney general strips county sheriffs of arrest powers
This time it is Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden, son of Vice President Joe Biden, sending out mandates to commissioners informing them that their sheriffs no longer have arrest powers. In an opinion released Feb. 24, State Solicitor L.W. Lewis said that neither the state nor the common law grants arrest powers to the county sheriffs.