September 30, 2010

Speaker Ralston and Lt. Gov. Cagle Announce the Creation of the Special Joint Committee on Immigration Reform

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Speaker Ralston and Lt. Gov. Cagle Announce the Creation of the Special Joint Committee on Immigration Reform

ATLANTA— House Speaker David Ralston and Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle today announced the creation of the Special Joint Committee on Immigration Reform.

“The creation of this joint committee was inspired by the federal government’s continued failure to deal with the problem of illegal immigration and its drain on taxpayer resources in Georgia,” said House Speaker David Ralston. “I expect this committee to look at every legislative solution available to the General Assembly that picks up where Washington D.C. has let us down.”

This 14-member joint committee will work to draft legislation that stems the flow of illegal immigration activity in Georgia. Rep. Matt Ramsey (R-Peachtree City) and Sen. Jack Murphy (R-Cumming) will serve as Co-Chairmen of the Special Joint Committee on Immigration Reform.

“A respect for the rule of law is one of the basic founding tenets of our state and nation. If the federal government continues to neglect its responsibility to enforce the law, we’re going to use every option at our disposal to lessen its impact in Georgia,” said Lt. Governor Cagle. “The members of this committee will take a broad, in-depth look at ways to confront this problem and offer concrete solutions to improve the regulations we have on the books already.”

Speaker Ralston also named to the joint committee State Representatives Katie Dempsey (R-Rome), David Casas (R-Lilburn), Rick Austin (R-Demorest), Michael Harden (R-Toccoa), Greg Morris (R-Vidalia), and Stephen Allison (R-Blairsville).

Lt. Gov. Cagle appointed State Senators Johnny Grant (R-Milledgeville), Jeff Mullis (R-Chickamauga), Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock), Bill Heath (R- Bremen), Butch Miller (R-Flowery Branch) and John Bulloch (R-Ochlocknee) to the joint committee.



September 29, 2010

Georgia coming soon: Secure Communities immigration check program goes statewide in Texas

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Dallas Morning News

Secure Communities immigration check program goes statewide in Texas

A federal program that automatically checks the immigration status of arrested people has gone statewide in Texas. — ICE announced Wednesday that the fingerprint-sharing program Secure Communities has been activated in all 254 counties in Texas as of this week. Many local jail bookings have used the program for years…


A new pro-American immigration related Website: The Midwest Coalition to Reduce Immigration (MCRI) run by Dave Gorak and built by Fred Elbel. Both are great Americans

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The Midwest Coalition to Reduce Immigration (MCRI) was founded in 1995 as a non-partisan, non-profit immigration reduction organization. MCRI’s primary goal is to educate Americans about the need to restore sanity to our legal and illegal immigration policies that should benefit the entire United States rather than only certain special interest groups. MCRI supports immigration reform legislation that strives to reduce legal immigration to its traditional levels of about 250,000 people annually and insists on strict enforcement of our laws on illegal immigration, including deporting those who have no right to be here.


This is a state-of-the-art Drupal website with a custom-designed layout. The client is able to update and manage content completely on their own. Contact Fred Elbel for more information.

VIDEO Phil Kent and Maureen Downey debate justice for real immigrants and Americans in America – DREAM Act amnesty

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Fox Five Atlanta TV, September 28, 2010

September 28, 2010

ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IS A CRIME! “Improper entry by alien”: 8 USC 1325 – for when you see or hear a goon from the anti-enforcement mob or a member of the media parrot fairy-tales they wish were true on illegal immigration including “it’s only a civil penalty and there is no jail time…”

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§ 1325. Improper entry by alien

(a) Improper time or place; avoidance of examination or inspection; misrepresentation and concealment of facts

Any alien who
(1) enters or attempts to enter the United States at any time or place other than as designated by immigration officers, or
(2) eludes examination or inspection by immigration officers, or
(3) attempts to enter or obtains entry to the United States by a willfully false or misleading representation or the willful concealment of a material fact, shall, for the first commission of any such offense, be fined under title 18 or imprisoned not more than 6 months, or both, and, for a subsequent commission of any such offense, be fined under title 18, or imprisoned not more than 2 years, or both.
(b) Improper time or place; civil penalties

Any alien who is apprehended while entering (or attempting to enter) the United States at a time or place other than as designated by immigration officers shall be subject to a civil penalty of—
(1) at least $50 and not more than $250 for each such entry (or attempted entry); or
(2) twice the amount specified in paragraph (1) in the case of an alien who has been previously subject to a civil penalty under this subsection.
Civil penalties under this subsection are in addition to, and not in lieu of, any criminal or other civil penalties that may be imposed.
(c) Marriage fraud

Any individual who knowingly enters into a marriage for the purpose of evading any provision of the immigration laws shall be imprisoned for not more than 5 years, or fined not more than $250,000, or both.
(d) Immigration-related entrepreneurship fraud

Any individual who knowingly establishes a commercial enterprise for the purpose of evading any provision of the immigration laws shall be imprisoned for not more than 5 years, fined in accordance with title 18, or both. ”

To see several members of the media get it really wrong and get away with it…go HERE, (GPTV – Prime Time Politics) it’s only 15 minutes. Too bad there was no pro-enforcement American there who has the facts…and a conscience.


REPOST Poll: Most Georgia voters want Arizona-style immigration law here

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Poll: Most Georgia voters want Arizona-style immigration law here

By Jeremy Redmon

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

5:08 p.m. Friday, July 16, 2010

Most Georgia voters would support a state law similar to the one enacted in Arizona this year to crack down on illegal immigration, a new poll shows.

The poll commissioned by the Georgia Newspaper Partnership asked registered voters across the state whether they would support giving “state and local law enforcement the power to ask people already stopped for possible violations of the law to show proof they are in the country legally and then arrest those that could not provide such proof.”

A large majority — 68 percent — said they would support doing so, while 24 percent said they would not. The rest were undecided.

Douglas Genge, a high school science teacher from Lawrenceville, was among those polled who said he would support bringing an Arizona-style law here.

“We need to enforce our laws. And if the federal government is not going to enforce our laws, then the state has the obligation to protect us,” he said. “They have broken the law coming into the country, so they need to be arrested for it. … They are utilizing our health care system, our school system, our tax money to be here.”

Michael Smith, an insurance underwriter from Johns Creek, said he wouldn’t support such a law in Georgia.

“It honestly just doesn’t feel like that it is right or the American way,” he said. “Plus, how do you even police a law like that without some type of racial profiling? I mean, do you not then stop a German person or an African person and say, ‘Hey, do you have your legal papers?’ Again, the whole thing really doesn’t sit well when you think about how America has been birthed and how we have always opened our doors as much as we can to individuals who seek a better life.”

Illegal immigration is the subject of a long-running and heated debate in Georgia — and a central theme in this year’s gubernatorial election. And all for good reason.

Georgia is actually home to more “unauthorized immigrants” than Arizona, according to a U.S. Department of Homeland Security report. The report says 480,000 illegal immigrants were living in Georgia as of January of last year, while 460,000 were in Arizona. Georgia ranks sixth among states in these statistics, behind California, Texas, Florida, New York and Illinois, respectively. Arizona is seventh.

The issue attracted more attention in Georgia this year when state officials discovered Kennesaw State University had erroneously charged an illegal immigrant student in-state tuition when she should have been charged the out-of-state rate, which is about three times more expensive.

Critics say illegal immigrants are taking jobs away from Georgians in the midst of a recession that has driven the state’s unemployment rate as high as 10.5 percent. They also complain illegal immigrants are burdening the state’s public school systems and emergency rooms. Supporters say immigrant workers are vital to the state’s agricultural industry and are boosting Georgia’s economy by spending their hard-earned money here. Both sides agree the nation’s immigration system is broken, but they disagree on how to fix it.

Republicans, men and white voters showed the strongest support for the Arizona law in this month’s newspaper poll. A majority of Democrats, independents and women who were surveyed for the poll said they also are in favor of the law, though in smaller numbers.

Walt Alexander, an air traffic controller from Kathleen in Middle Georgia, said he would support a tougher immigration law because existing laws are not being enforced.

“They’re lawbreakers,” he said. “There’s no difference in an illegal alien crossing our borders and getting into our country illegally than it is for somebody to go into a Wal-Mart and shoplift. The law is the law, and it needs to be enforced. The taxpayers are the ones who are suffering the consequences of the illegal aliens that are coming into this country. We’re paying the taxes on the health care for these folks who have not paid one dime into Social Security or to Medicaid or Medicare.”

Deborah Houston, an insurance broker from Brunswick, said she would support an Arizona-style law in Georgia.

“Obviously, the federal government isn’t going to do anything,” she said. “To them, it is too politically incorrect. And that is not how our country works. You are welcome, but you have to follow the rules. You can’t just sneak over here and take advantage of everything that every American has worked for.”

Not all Georgia women agree on this issue. For example, Shaye Gambrell, a church administrator from Athens, opposes stricter immigration enforcement.

“It’s a waste of money,” she said, “and I don’t think it is something that can be done fairly without profiling.”

As a single group, blacks registered the lowest support, with 47 percent in favor.

“It’s a bad idea because it’s stereotyping,” Joe Cystrunk of Macon said. “Being a black American, I mean, come on, that’s the last thing we need in Georgia.”

Cystrunk said enforcing immigration laws should be left to the federal government.

“For Arizona to jump the gun like that and not give [President Barack] Obama a chance is a slap in the face to him, but hopefully he can get it together and do something. They’ve got to do something,” Cystrunk said. “I feel for the people of Arizona and Texas and any of the border states.”

Advocates on both sides of the immigration debate reacted to the poll differently this week.

“I understand the public’s frustration with it, but that doesn’t mean we need to pass unconstitutional provisions to make the public happy,” said Jerry Gonzalez, executive director of the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials.

D.A. King, president of the Georgia-based Dustin Inman Society, which advocates enforcement of American immigration and employment laws, said he was not surprised by the newspaper poll results that show support for the Arizona law.

“Most people,” King said, “realize the organized crime of illegal immigration is opposed by the huge majority of the American people.”

Staff writer Steve Visser and Rodney Manley of the Macon Telegraph and Blake Aued of the Athens Banner-Herald contributed to this article.


September 27, 2010

XENOPHOBIC NAZIS! Four undocumented Chinese arrested in Mexico!

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Novedades de Quintana Roo (Cancun, QR) 9/24/10

Four undocumented Chinese arrested

Merida, Yucatan – Mexican authorities arrested four undocumented Chinese, one of them a female, and their three Mexican smugglers. Their destination was the US border, but police encountered them while investigating an unrelated jewel robbery in Merida.

Is the DREAM Act a form of amnesty for illegal immigrants? YES: D.A. King in the Kansas City Star

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Pro-Con | Is the DREAM Act a form of amnesty for illegal immigrants?


Constantly spun as a legalization for “young people who should not be punished for what their parents did” (violate American immigration laws) the DREAM Act could legalize two million illegal aliens up to age 35. And then allow them to sponsor their parents — who brought them here illegally — for U.S. citizenship, as well as extended relatives.

The DREAM Act amnesty would retroactively repeal the federal ban on in-state tuition for illegal aliens, so individual states could grant this subsidy at the expense of U.S. citizens and legal residents.

Put another way, if the Democrats were to be successful in finding the votes for this amnesty bill, an American citizen or a legal immigrant would pay the higher out-of-state tuition rates while illegal aliens pay less to attend American universities

The DREAM Act amnesty would punish legal immigrants for what their parents did not do — ignore our laws and steal American jobs.

D.A. King, for the Macon (Ga.) Telegraph


Whatever your opinion of the so-called DREAM Act, it’s not amnesty for illegal immigrants.

The Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act would apply to non-citizens who are younger than 35, arrived before they were 16, have been here for five years and have obtained a high school diploma or GED. They could apply for permanent resident status if they serve two years in the military or complete two years of college and maintain good moral character.

Those are conditions. They are not amnesty. Amnesty is what President Carter granted those who dodged the draft. Amnesty may be what President Reagan granted in 1986 when he signed the bill that placed no penalties on those who were in the United States illegally.

It’s a sign of how dysfunctional the Senate has become that Orrin Hatch, a Utah Republican, voted against the DREAM Act this week. Hatch introduced the act in 2001. Those hoping for a rational discussion of immigration are dreaming.

| Randy Schultz, Palm Beach Post

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September 25, 2010

Anti-enforcement illegal alien supporters and Old Glory

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RACIST HATERS! Wait until Jerry Gonzalez and his bossman $am Zamarripa find out about this! Panamanian police detained a total of 16 aliens from Africa and Asia who had entered Panama from Colombia illegally

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La Estrella de Panama (Panama City, Panama) 9/22/10

Illegal aliens nabbed in Panama

An official source reported that Panamanian police detained a total of 16 aliens from Africa and Asia who had entered Panama from Colombia illegally. The aliens were traveling together and had reached an area near the capital when they were arrested. They are from Bangladesh (7), Eritrea (6), Somalia (2) and Nigeria (1). Panamanian officials have detected at least two groups of smugglers of aliens from Africa and Asia since 2008; they use Central America as an access route to the United States and Canada, (the stated destination of these 16) and charge around $7,500 dollars to the illegal immigrants who reach the area from Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil and Venezuela.

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