Jim Gilchrist, president of the Minuteman Project, says if Congress includes an amnesty proposal in comprehensive immigration reform, it will only encourage an even greater influx of illegal immigrants. [Video][Audio]
Introducing Amnesty 2.0 – New iOS Does It All, and It’s FREE!
Amnesty 2.0 — The long-anticipated “immigration operating system” — is still in development, but that hasn’t stopped media pundits from sputtering with excitement over the projected benefits of the new iOS. The package not only addresses the bugs found in Ronald Reagan’s crash-prone Amnesty 1.0, it includes the most requested productivity features that promise to heal our ailing Nation in many profound ways… [Read More]
Iowa Republican Congressman Steven King is one of the few Representatives of the people of the United States who has taken U.S. immigration policy and law enforcement seriously since President Dwight D. Eisenhower. I applaud Congressman Steve King for truly respecting the interests of the United States of America and its people and for his help in bringing our nation back under the rule of law. [Read More]
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MINUTEMAN PROJECT CANDIDATE “JOHN RATCLIFFE” WINS
WASHINGTON POST -- Rep. Ralph Hall (R-Tex.), the oldest-serving member of Congress and one of the last World War II veterans serving on Capitol Hill, became the first incumbent House lawmaker to lose a primary challenge this year by losing Tuesday night to a tea party-backed challenger. Hall lost to John Ratcliffe, a former U.S. attorney and small-town mayor who spent more than $500,000 of his own fortune to defeat the 18-term incumbent, especially on television ads that raised questions about whether 91-year old Hall was still fit to hold elective office. The Associated Press called the race for Ratcliffe, with 66 percent of precincts reporting. He was leading Hall 52 percent to 48 percent. [Read More]
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