March 18, 2017

WOW! AJC blogger, Jim Galloway: “A declaration that all men and women are created equal is on its face an invitation to immigrants”

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Jim Galloway. Photo: AJC

 

Adios, pretense. Or, how could we ever have borders if we are all equal?

“A declaration that all men and women are created equal is on its face an invitation to immigrants.”

Jim Galloway, Atlanta Journal Constitution “Political Insider.”

March 18, 2017.

You can read the rest of it here.

Wow.

 

 

March 17, 2017

Dustin Inman Society in the news -Illegal Alien Crime: Business, Ethnic Lobbies Try to Block Transparency Bill in Georgia

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March 14, 2017

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Illegal Alien Crime: Business, Ethnic Lobbies Try to Block Transparency Bill in Georgia

by NEIL MUNRO

Business and ethnic lobbies are trying to keep Georgia residents in the dark whenever the federal government is forced to release illegal alien criminals back onto the streets, says D.A. King, founder of a pro-American immigration reform group in the state.
The business groups are using their allies in the state Senate to divert, delay and then defeat a transparency bill — dubbed HG 452 — that has already been approved almost unanimously by Republican and Democratic legislators in the State House, said King, who founded the Dustin Inman Society to push for immigration reform. According to King:

HB 452 is a simple, one page bill that allows and requires the [Georgia Bureau of Investigation] to share information with we the people and Georgia sheriffs that it is already receiving from the feds regarding the release onto the streets of Georgia of convicted, criminal aliens. This list includes murderers, rapists, child molesters and kidnappers.

But “HB 452 is in trouble in the Republican-ruled Georgia state Senate,” King said in a Tuesday statement, as he called for supporters to lobby for the bill:

Yesterday, HB 452 went through the Senate Public Safety Committee on a 4-3 vote. But the Chairman of that committee felt the need to change the language of the bill. His changes were pointless … [But] HB 452 now must go through the Senate Rules Committee before it can see a vote in the full Republican-controlled state Senate. Assuming the Republicans there allow it to pass, because of the needless change in language, it then must go back to the House for passage again.

Allied business groups and ethnic lobbies are vigorously trying to stall the bill, King said.

The anti-borders lobby was there [at the Monday committee vote] in full force and was allowed to interrupt the hearing. One anti-American opponent of the bill told the room that sharing the info on criminal aliens released onto our streets was “bad for immigrants and bad for small business.” Another made it clear that sharing the information showed a lack of “compassion.” Yet another told the committee that letting your county sheriff know when murderous, criminal aliens were set free into your community it would make you less safe.

One of the leading opposition forces is GALEO, a Latino advocacy group which describes the transparency bill as an “anti-immigrant” bill, saying it allows:….READ THE REST HERE.

D.A. King in the AJC (!) today: Enforcement works, Trump’s enforcement policy doing its job

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Atlanta Journal Constitution

OPINION

March 17, 2017

Trump’s enforcement policy doing its job

We are grateful to the AJC for the recent news report (“Fear sets in among metro immigrants amid crackdown,” News, March 12). It is music to the ears of the pro-enforcement American majority that “undocumented workers” are “selling off their cars and homes and preparing to return to their native countries.” After eight years of the Obama administration’s fake news of “record deportations,” we see real distress in the illegal alien community. Which is exactly the purpose of President Trump’s enforcement policy.

The straw man argument that “it is impossible to deport 11-20 million illegals” is now meeting the reality that fear of the law results in many illegals migrating out of the U.S. on their own.

After being appointed by President Clinton to recommend remedies for the illegal immigration crisis in the mid ’90s, the late U.S. Rep. Barbara Jordan told Congress “Unless this country does a better job in curbing illegal immigration, we risk irreparably undermining our commitment to legal immigration.” We have been advancing the ‘Jordan Doctrine’ from here for nearly 15 years and happily note that Donald Trump and the AJC are validating our work.

D.A. KING, THE DUSTIN INMAN SOCIETY

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March 15, 2017

Georgia state senator Jeff Mullis – Chairman, Rules March 15, 2017

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Jeff Mullis

 

March 14, 2017

Five minutes! ACTION NEEDED – Republican state senate is a problem on lifesaving immigration bill, HB 452

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ACTION NEEDED — I’ll wash your car!

Help us save some American lives with five minutes of your time, please. HB 452 in trouble in Republican state Senate.

HB 452 is a simple, one page bill that allows and requires the GBI to share information with we the people and Georgia sheriffs that it is already receiving from the feds regarding the release onto the streets of Georgia of convicted, criminal aliens. This list includes murderers, rapists, child molesters and kidnappers.

HB 452 passed out of the Republican-run House Public Safety Committee with a unanimous, bipartisan vote. HB 452 passed the full Republican-run House 144-26.

–> HB 452 was the subject of an excellent National Review piece yesterday, in which the Dustin Inman Society is mentioned.

HB 452 is in trouble in the Republican-ruled Georgia state senate. Yesterday, HB 452 went through the Senate Public Safety Committee on a 4-3 vote. But the Chairman of that committee felt the need to change the language of the bill. His changes were pointless and quite frankly, showed his lack of knowledge of the bill and the program on which it is based.

The anti-borders lobby was there in full force and was allowed to interrupt the hearing. One anti-American opponent of the bill told the room that sharing the info on criminal aliens released onto our streets was “bad for immigrants and bad for small business.” Another made it clear that sharing the information showed a lack of “compassion.” Yet another told the committee that letting your county sheriff know when murderous, criminal aliens were set free into your community it would make you less safe.

→HB 452 now must go through the Senate Rules Committee before it can see a vote in the full Republican controlled state Senate. Assuming the Republicans there allow it to pass, because of the needless change in language, it then must go back to the House for passage again.

The corporate-funded (Coca Cola, Georgia Power, AJC owners, Cox Communications …) illegal alien lobby has a phone bank of people who are swamping the Capitol phones right now to kill the bill.

ACTION NEEDED TODAY AND TOMORROW:

Please call the members of the offices of members of the Senate Rules Committee and leave a polite, short message with the staffer to “please pass out HB 452 so we can save some American lives in Georgia. We are watching…”

Republican SENATE RULES COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Please call this morning, and after lunch, then email all of them. Repeat tomorrow. I’ll wash your car…

  • THEY HAVE VOICE MAIL

Mullis, Jeff (Chairman) (404) 656-0057 jeff.mullis@senate.ga.gov

Hill, Jack(404) 656-5038 jack.hill@senate.ga.gov

Millar, Fran (404) 463-2260 nbsfmillar@gmail.com

Albers, John (404) 463-8055  john@senatoralbers.com

Cowsert, Bill (404) 463-1366 bill.cowsert@senate.ga.gov

Gooch, Steve (404) 656-9221 sgooch@windstream.net

Hill, Hunter (404) 463-2518 hunter@votehunterhill.com

Kennedy, John F. (404) 656-0045 john.kennedy@senate.ga.gov

Shafer, David (404) 656-0048 david.shafer@senate.ga.gov

Wilkinson, John (404) 463-5257 john.wilkinson@senate.ga.gov

.Miller, Butch (404) 656-7454 butch.miller@senate.ga.gov

Unterman, Renee S (404) 463-1368 untermanr@bellsouth.net

The Dustin Inman Society, HB 452 and the Georgia Senate on on NRO today: Shouldn’t the public know when ICE releases criminal aliens? Georgia bill says “yes.”

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Shouldn’t the public know when ICE releases criminal aliens? Georgia bill says “yes.”

National Review Online

by MARK KRIKORIAN March 14, 2017 1:48 AM @MARKSKRIKORIAN

John Fonte noted in these pages last week that the new DHS office serving victims of criminal aliens (dubbed VOICE) will help challenge the dominant media narrative about immigration. Along with the complementary initiative to systematically provide the public with information on crimes committed by released criminal aliens, Fonte says it represents “the opening round of a long-overdue declaration of (political) war on the sanctuary cities, counties, and states that protect criminal aliens.”

This is all in response to President Trump’s executive order on interior immigration enforcement, which directed DHS to, among other things, “make public a comprehensive list of criminal actions committed by aliens and any jurisdiction that ignored or otherwise failed to honor any detainers with respect to such aliens.”

Rather than wait for the feds, lawmakers in Georgia have decided to move ahead along similar lines to make available information on criminal aliens. Legislation is working its way through the state legislature that would require the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) to share with the public information – already being provided to it by ICE – on criminal aliens released from federal custody. ICE shares information nationwide, through a system called Enforcement Integrated Database (EID) and Law Enforcement Notification System (LENS), when it releases criminal aliens who have been convicted of “violent or serious crimes” like “certain felonies and misdemeanors – such as homicide, rape, sexual assault, aggravated assault, robbery, and kidnapping.”

Despite the fact that illegal aliens are not covered under the Privacy Act of 1974, and that President Trump has reversed policy to the contrary, ICE has privacy concerns on the data and in at least one of ICE’s “Privacy Impact Assessment Updates” says “ensuring that the notification is shared with the appropriate entities is a responsibility of the law enforcement agency initially receiving the data, and any further dissemination may be governed by the state’s laws and policies on information sharing.”

Thus the motivation for a state law requiring that the GBI begin to send the information to Georgia sheriffs and to post it on its official website for public education and warning. The bill, HB 452, isn’t a lark by amateurs; included among its co-sponsors is Rep. Bill Hitchens, former Director of the Georgia Office of Homeland Security, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Safety, and Colonel of the Georgia State Patrol.

The legislation passed the state House of Representatives earlier this month on a 144-26 vote. It will now be considered by the state Senate, where the Republicans have a two-thirds majority.

With that kind of dominance, passage may seem guaranteed, but my pro-enforcement friend on the ground in Georgia, D.A. King, has been working on this for about eighteen months and the says the outcome in the Senate is far from certain, with the possibility that Big Business might try to kill the measure.

As it is, King said the Atlanta Journal Constitution published a deceptive story on the bill (surprise!) and the state’s main corporate-funded anti-borders group, GALEO, has launched a major push to stop it (“anti-immigrant,” “bigotry,” “intolerance” – you know the drill).

I was glad to hear from King – who runs the Dustin Inman Society, named after a Georgia teen killed by an illegal alien – that the office of U.S. Sen. David Perdue (who, with Tim Cotton, has co-sponsored the Raise Act to reform legal immigration) was helpful in providing information to get the bill written. We’ll know the outcome by March 30, when the Georgia legislature’s session ends. If passed, the bill could serve as a model for other states. That might seem unnecessary given President Trump’s commitment to transparency regarding criminal alien information. But such transparency needs to be institutionalized so it’s harder for a President Warren (or President Perez or President Ellison!) to reverse it a few years down the road.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/445735/georgia-bill-criminal-aliens

Georgia state Senator Jeff Mullis, Rules Chairman

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Jeff Mullis   March 14, 2017

 

March 11, 2017

I am grateful for the note from Gwinnett Sheriff Butch Conway

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I just ran across this. Thanks again, Sheriff Conway.

My grandfather’s drivers license

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March 10, 2017

Georgia state Senator Jeff Mullis, March 6, 2017

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Georgia state Senator Jeff Mullis

 

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