December 31, 2010

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HAPPY NEW YEAR ! Every year with out another amnesty is a good year!

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Kimberly Dvorak — The Examiner

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Did the DREAM Act not go your way? Are you looking to skirt the law? Then head to the DREAM Act Portal. DAP is an immigration advocacy website that not only encourages political activism, but the forum actually details how to get a fraudulent Social Security card. But that’s not all…

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December 30, 2010

D.A. King and the H2A visa on Insider Advantage Georgia today:Broader Immigration Story Gets Short Shrift From Media

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Guest Column – D.A. King: Broader Immigration Story Gets Short Shrift From Media

By D.A. King

(12/30/10) There is currently much consternation and hand wringing over the fact that the Georgia legislature may actually move to protect jobs by clamping down on illegal hiring. But the entire story is not making it out of Georgia newsrooms.

The argument du jour from the usual suspects opposed to enforcement is that Georgia would somehow lose its agriculture industry if we comply with the federal law making employment of illegal aliens well, you know…illegal.

While the media has faithfully reported on the agriculture angle, the existence of the legal alternative to continuing to hire black-market farm laborers who have escaped capture at our borders has so far eluded mention.

It is something called the H2A agricultural worker visa. You read it here first.

This agricultural program establishes lawful means for agricultural employers who anticipate a shortage of domestic workers to bring an unlimited number (no ceiling!) of temporary foreign workers into the United States.

But the grateful, legal, temporary workers must be treated with dignity and respect. Employers must provide free housing that meets lawful safety and health standards and provide workers’ compensation insurance to workers at no cost to the worker.

The wage for H2A workers must be the same as that for U.S. workers. The rate must also be at least as high as the applicable prevailing wage rate.

The employer must provide either three meals a day to each worker or furnish free and convenient cooking and kitchen facilities for workers to prepare their own meals. If meals are provided, then the employer may charge each worker a certain amount per day for the three meals.

These requirements make pliable and desperate illegals considerably more profitable to use. And there is little fear of federal punishment.

An H2A visa is usually issued for a period of one year, and can be extended by two one-year extensions for a maximum of three years. Then the temporary workers must return to the home country – making them poor prospects for creating a resentful “oppressed” and “victimized” political constituency.

The concept that illegal workers are integral in or necessary for Georgia’s largest industry is complete bunk.

One must wonder about the agenda of the reporters, editors and producers who have failed to inform their readers, listeners and viewers of the H2A visa.

I do.

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December 28, 2010

Nebraska lawmakers push for Arizona-like law

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Nebraska lawmakers push for Arizona-like law

Two state senators from Nebraska announced separately that they are presenting bills in the next legislative session, which begins Jan. 5, to give local police a more active role to identify and deport [illegal aliens]. — In statements to the media, senators Charlie Janssen, of Freemont, and Tony Fulton, of Lincoln, indicated that…

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Take these numbers from PEW and…double them: Interactive map

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Census: Population Up 27 Million in Just 10 Years

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Census: Population Up 27 Million in Just 10 Years

Immigration Drives Huge Increase; Since 1980, Population Up 82 million, Equal to Calif., Texas & N.Y.

WASHINGTON (December 21, 2010) – Most of the media coverage of the 2010 Census will likely focus on the country’s changing racial composition and the redistribution of seats in Congress. But neither of these is the most important finding. Rather, it is the dramatic increase in the size of the U.S. population itself that has profound implications for our nation’s quality of life and environment. Most of the increase has been, and will continue to be, a result of one federal policy: immigration. Projections into the future from the Census Bureau show we are on track to add 130 million more people to the U.S. population in the just the next 40 years, primarily due to future immigration.

Immigration accounted for three-quarters of population growth during the decade. Census Bureau data found 13.1 million new immigrants (legal and illegal) who arrived in the last 10 years; there were also about 8.2 million births to immigrant women during the decade.1

The numerical increase of 27.3 million this decade is exceeded by only two other decades in American history.

Without a change in immigration policy, the nation is projected to add roughly 30 million new residents each decade for the foreseeable future.

Assuming the current ratio of population to infrastructure, adding roughly 30 each decade will mean:

building and paying for 8,000 new schools every 10 years;

developing land to accommodate 11.5 million new housing units every 10 years;

constructing enough roads to handle 23.6 million more vehicles every 10 years.

While our country obviously can ‘fit’ more people, and technology and planning can help manage the situation, forcing such high population growth through immigration policy has profound implications for the environment, traffic, congestion, sprawl, water quality, and the loss of open spaces.

Forcing population growth also impacts how our democracy functions. A 27 million increase in the U.S. population increases the number of constituents a member of the US House must serve by 62,000. The effect on the state legislatures and local governments is also considerable.

While immigration is making our population much larger and our country more densely settled, it has only a modest impact on slowing the aging of our society. It must be remembered that native-born Americans, unlike couples in most other developed countries, still have about 2 children on average.2

Census Bureau data collected earlier this year showed that the 13.1 million immigrants who arrived in the last 10 years, plus all of the children they had once in the country, have reduced the average age in the United States slightly, from 37.4 years to 36.8 years.3

As the Census Bureau stated in its population projections published in 2000, immigration is a ‘highly inefficient’ means for addressing the problem of an aging society in the long run. The updated projections done in 2008 show the same thing.4

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End Notes

1 The public use file of the March 2010 Current Population Survey collected by the Census Bureau shows 13.1 million foreign born individuals living in the United States who arrived in 2000 or later. It also shows 8.3 million children born in the United States to immigrant mothers over that same time period.

2 The public use file of the American Community Survey collected by the Census Bureau from 2006 to 2008 shows that the average U.S.-born woman had 2.01 children. The statistic is referred to as the Total Fertility Rate.

3 These figures are based on the public use file of the March 2010 Current Population Survey.

4 See page 21 of the methodology and assumptions for the 2000 Census Bureau projections, Population Division Working Paper No. 38 http://www.census.gov/population/www/documentation/twps0038.pdf.

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The Center for Immigration Studies is an independent non-partisan research institution that examines the impact of immigration on the United States.

Frank Barnes of Dalton on Jerry Gonzalez speaking event:Dalton State College’s speaker procurement department seriously needs waste management training

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Jerry Gonzalez went to Dalton to try to sell an agenda of open borders and immigration enforcement opposition this month. Dalton College, which hosted the little ( and I do mean little – see this video) likely won’t be hosting a pro-American event anytime soon.

I post ths because a local citizen wrote a great letter about Jerry’s ranting to the editor that was published . I post that letter below.

I am told that Jerry began hysterically waving for security when an attendee began to present a pro-enforcement observation. Much of Jerry’s job is find a way to silence the3 majority of Americans.


Dalton Citizen
December 23, 2010

Letter: Speaker lost credibility

Friday evening, Dalton State College hosted an informational session entitled “Georgia is not Arizona.” After listening to the speaker, as he mumbled and grumbled in fear that Georgia may pass legislation regarding immigration similar to that of Arizona, one can only conclude that Dalton State College’s speaker procurement department seriously needs waste management training.

Key talking points included quoting Sen. Saxby Chambliss to the effect that Georgia’s agricultural industry will suffer if half of its work force flees or is deported. The speaker then emphasized all Georgia politicians are dishonest. Why utilize an authority one thinks is dishonest?

Some thought the speaker was seeking common ground with his audience on the subject of political honesty, but then he mentioned picking, instead of pulling up, Vidalia onions. At about this point, several attendees concluded the speaker seriously lacked knowledge about agriculture, and probably a lot of other subjects.

The speaker pulled every emotional string, and some Christmas season strings, to support his claim that Arizona’s efforts to enforce America’s immigration laws hurt all levels of education, cause family hardships and damage America’s economy, but his attempts to persuade dissolved into a simple assertion that “It’s all America’s fault.” This summary was voiced in a firm, but respectful manner by a member of the audience. Waving to campus security while whimpering that the summarizer was disruptive and should leave the session only served to dim the speaker’s abilities even more.

Neither diversity, fairness nor agendas of factions are acceptable replacements for the rule of law given us through the wisdom of America’s founding fathers in our Constitution. When the rule of law is replaced by the nature of man, America will cease to exist.

Dalton State College can do better.

Frank Barnes

Dalton

December 27, 2010

Requiem for a DREAM amnesty – We The People win

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“…stopping amnesty came despite the fact that the pro-amnesty side has held all the commanding heights of the economy and society: Big Business, Big Labor, Big Religion, Big Academia, Big Media, Big Philanthropy, and of course, Big Government. The open-borders side is backed by billionaires like George Soros, Rupert Murdoch, and Michael Bloomberg, plus scores of millions from mammoth foundations like Ford, Carnegie, and MacArthur, plus 98 percent of groups lobbying Congress on the issue.

But we had the public.”

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Requiem for a DREAM

December 18, 2010

By Mark Krikorian

As Katrina notes below, the DREAM Act has finally been put out of our misery (here’s how everyone voted). But it’s bigger than that. The vote was the capstone of 10 straight years of successful defense against amnesties, following the passage of seven amnesties from 1986 to 2000. Only twice in the past decade did amnesties even get the approval of one chamber — the overall amnesty passed by the Senate in 2006 and the DREAM amnesty by the House earlier this month — but neither time did the amnesty reach the president’s desk.

This decade-long perfect record of stopping amnesty came despite the fact that the pro-amnesty side has held all the commanding heights of the economy and society: Big Business, Big Labor, Big Religion, Big Academia, Big Media, Big Philanthropy, and of course, Big Government. The open-borders side is backed by billionaires like George Soros, Rupert Murdoch, and Michael Bloomberg, plus scores of millions from mammoth foundations like Ford, Carnegie, and MacArthur, plus 98 percent of groups lobbying Congress on the issue.

But we had the public.

Now, the next phase of the immigration struggle begins. Next month, the new Congress will be a very different animal. Fifty-three members of the House of Representatives who voted for the DREAM amnesty will not be returning in January. And it will finally be time to go on the offense. Among the goals: making E-Verify a standard part of the hiring process for all new employees, Steve King’s idea of denying the deductibility of all wages paid to illegal workers, ending the egregious Visa Lottery, and closing down the chain-migration-driving immigration category for adult siblings of U.S. citizens.

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Previously deported illegal alien accused of child molestation

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Previously deported illegal alien accused of child molestation

A 24-year-old in the country illegally is accused of molesting a 5-year-old girl, Seaside police said Monday. — Octavio Jimenez-Garcia was arrested after he attempted to elude capture by providing an officer with a different name and date of birth, police said…

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