January 27, 2014

PRESS RELEASE: Dustin Inman Society names Bob Barr as “least favorite candidate” in the GA 11 U.S. House race

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As noted on the bottom of release- much more HERE

MEDIA ADVISORY January 27, 2014

The Dustin Inman Society
Marietta, Ga. 30066
D.A. King / Twitter:@DAKDIS

Nationally recognized, Georgia-based , pro-enforcement immigration watchdog group announces that Bob Barr has been named “least favorite” candidate in the race to replace Dr. Phil Gingrey in Georgia’s 11th congressional district.

Today, Dustin Inman Society president D.A. King announced his organization’s naming of former ACLU lobbyist Bob Barr as “least favorite” candidate in 11th congressional district’s Republican primary contest for the U.S. House. Established in 2005, this is the first time in the group’s history that such a designation has been made. King says has nothing against Barr personally.

Mr. King notes that many blogs and news outlets, including Barr’s home-county newspaper, the Marietta Daily Journal and the editors at the conservative National Review magazine have accurately noted the “weathervane” (“Weather Vane Bob Barr, September 30, 2013”) approach to politics presented by former Libertarian candidate, Bob Barr. In describing it as a desire to return to the “Nexus,” well-known blogger, radio host and Fox News commentator, Eric Erickson has used his conservative Redstate blog to warn readers on sending Barr back to congress.

The editors at National Review: “The good news is that whatever you think about the major issues of the day, at some point in the past two decades, Bob Barr agreed with you. The bad news is he may set a record for the most pieces of legislation a congressman voted for and then later renounced.”

As a candidate for another political party and just seven years after the horror of 9/11, Bob Barr apparently suggested that President George W. Bush be impeached for his measures against terrorism for crying out loud” noted D.A. King. “Flip-flopping on the War on Drugs, Defense of Marriage, National security legislation, and Right-to-Life topics should be concerning to all self-described conservatives” King continued, “but our focus is on immigration related matters and Barr is all over the political map on this issue. Much of Barr’s support is coming from a Tea Party leader in Cherokee County” said an astonished King. He doesn’t think they read Nat’l Review.

King says his biggest concerns are the past statements from Barr on regulating the numbers of immigrants, legalization of illegal aliens and workplace verification. “After voting to establish what is now called E-Verify while in congress as a Republican in 1996, Barr is now opposed to the no-cost use of the job protection tool” marveled King. “This, in addition to his ongoing position that immigration be limited only for terrorists, criminals and the seriously ill, doesn’t assure those of us who are paying attention on the causes and remedies surrounding our immigration and employment nightmare. I dare Barr to go tell the Americans standing in the unemployment line that their solution lies in more foreign workers, increased immigration and ignoring existing federal systems to keep black-market labor from American jobs.” Said King.

King has posted a wealth of further information detailing Barr’s political “box of chocolates” on the Dustin Inman Society Website, DIS Facebook page and his Twitter account – @DAKDIS.

January 25, 2014

IMMIGRATION – The Dustin Inman Society opinion: Former ACLU lobbyist, former Libertarian, anti-E-VERIFY alarmist, former Eric Holder advocate, defacto open borders proponent “Weathervane-Bob Barr” is our (very) “least favorite candidate” in the GA 11 race

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OUR OPINION and a collection of facts…

With apologies to Winston Groom – and Forrest Gump – and while happily mixing our comparisons/metaphors, maybe life is like a box of chocolates. But this is not something most of us value in a potential member of Congress.

Weathervane Bob Barr: The Dustin Inman Society’s “least favorite” candidate for the GA 11th


Just a few of many reasons we have made Bob Barr our “least favorite” candidate for Georgia’s 11th congressional district

“LOCAL POLITICOS with long memories have been known to smirk that at one point or another, Smyrna-based congressional candidate Bob Barr “has been on every side of every issue.”

That’s also the impression shared by the conservative editors of National Review magazine, who posted a devastating account of Barr’s shifting political stances Monday on the influential National Review Online website.

Its headline says it all: “Weather vane Bob Barr.”

Write the editors, “The good news is that whatever you think about the major issues of the day, at some point in the past two decades, Bob Barr agreed with you. The bad news is he may set a record for the most pieces of legislation a congressman voted for and then later renounced.”

Barr represented Cobb in Congress from 1994-02 and is one of a crowded field of Republicans seeking to succeed Rep. Phil Gingrey, who is running instead for U.S. Senate. Other major candidates for Gingrey’s seat include state House Majority Whip Ed Lindsey, state Sen. Barry Loudermilk and businesswoman Tricia Pridemore.

As most local political-watchers are aware, Barr left the Republican fold to run as the Libertarian candidate for president in 2008…”

The above is from the Around Town column “Bashing Barr: “Candidate criticized as ‘weather vane’ by conservative voice” ” – Marietta Daily Journal, October 1, 2013. Bob Barr’s hometown newspaper. And mine.

Link to the National Review piece HERE.

ICYMI: Bob Barr was a paid lobbyist for the ACLU (Rome News Tribune 11-24-02 as well as 2005-2009 Lobbying disclosure forms)

Bob Barr and the defacto open borders agenda

One shining example of why the Dustin Inman Society has made former Libertarian Bob Barr our “least favorite” candidate for Georgia’s 11th congressional district?

It’s Bob Barr’s open borders position. In at least one 2008 meeting of the Cobb-based Madison Forum, I have personally had public confrontations with Barr – in a room full of shocked Georgians – regarding his dangerous Libertarian “ya’ll come…” position. Thanks to YouTube, you can watch two minutes of Bob Barr delivering this position elsewhere when he ran for office as a LibertarianHERE.. He is still at it. He repeated this position at a November, 2013 Canton (GA) Tea Party candidate panel (the Canton Tea Party descibes Barr as a “favorite candidate”) in an angry response to a simple question from yours truly. Then, knowing his room, he added a little somethng about visas and enforcement. We think this is progress!

You can see and hear my question to the candidates (all of the candidates present) and Barr’s michrophone-grabbing reply on YouTube HERE. starting at about 14:47.

And yes, we know he has put slight limits on his absurd free-flow-of-people agenda. Those being: Anyone may enter the USA so long as they come through a Port of Entry (!), are not a criminal/terrorist, or have a communicable disease. He sometimes throws in “or will be a burden on American taxpayers.” No numerical limit.We had hoped that potential Barr voters would noodle this out for themselves: Just a few little observations on this nationally-suicidal open borders agenda advanced by Bob Barr and others:

Currently, the birth-right citizenship clause of the 14th amendment to the U.S. constitution is allowing children born to illegal aliens to be regarded and treated as American citizens. With all of the privileges and rights involved in that status, arguably the most desired commodity in the world. That includes welfare and foodstamps for that benefit the entire illegal alien-headed family.

How many years of Barr’s legal open borders policy before we would see the results of the already disastrous “birthright tourism” industry produce an uncountable, world-wide number of what we now call “American citizens” with their hands out and their voter registration cards at the ready?

A world-wide 2012 Gallup poll shows that at least 640 million people would leave their home countries permanently. At least 150 million of these say they would go to the U.S. We already take in more than a million legal immigrants each year. How many people do we want? How many is reasonable and sustainable? Is Bob Barr’s open borders agenda going to somehow protect and relieve American workers? Including the legal immigrants who came looking for prosperity?

From the well-known “On The Issues – Every Political Leader on Every Issue” website

Bob Barr on the issues: Open borders to anyone who wants to cross, with screening HERE

Illegal immigration also showed their differences. Baldwin wants to shut the borders and crack down on illegal immigrants. Barr wants to open the borders to anyone who wants to cross, including workers, but screen travelers carefully to make sure they aren’t a terrorist threat.
Source: 2008 third-party presidential debate, in Cleveland Magazine Nov 2, 2008

Bob Barr has taken a post-American open borders position. Why? Would this policy somehow make you and your children better off?

Amnesty for illegal aliens

We hear that currently, Bob Barr says he is against legalization of illegal aliens. But…Like Marco Rubio and Chuck Schumer, a previous version of Bob Barr has boldly supported the concept of legalization of illegal aliens, with the idea that it would be a good way to find out who they are. I listened myself as (then Libertarian) Bob Barr offered up his amensty-again gem on the nationally syndicated Neal Boortz radio show in April of 2008. Apparently, so did Political Insider, Jim Galloway of the AJC. Galloway posted a blog then with a link to the audio of that exchange between Boortz and Barr. The AJC & WSB radio links are now dead, but you can see my resulting debate challenge and reference to it on the Dustin Inman Society blog and a press release.

“Dustin Inman Society president D.A. King today challenges possible Libertarian presidential candidate and former Republican Congressman Bob Barr to publicly debate and defend his – and the Libertarian Party’s – position on American borders and immigration policy.

During an April 8, 2008 interview on the nationally syndicated Neal Boortz radio show, ( listen here thanks to Mr. Jim Galloway and the AJC, Political Insider blog HERE ) Barr outlined his agenda of supporting a possible repeat of the failed 1986 legalization program for illegal aliens. It is a policy of the official and lawful — but apparently numerically unlimited — free flow of people into the U.S., and an unexplained and unlikely process by which, in Barr’s words, “we would know who is entering our country” with such legalization.

Robert Pastor of the Council on Foreign Relations cites polls showing us that at least 70% of the Mexican citizens who remain in Mexico would migrate to the U.S. if allowed. Considering the present convoluted interpretation of the 14th amendment to the U.S. Constitution regarding birthright citizenship, Barr’s frightening lack of vision of the consequences of his utopian open borders agenda is dangerous,” said King. “The concept of American citizenship could easily be cheapened and expanded to the entire continent in one generation with such a policy.”

JOBS! JOBS! JOBS! Workplace verification and protecting the American worker in America: Bob Barr is anti-E-VERIFY

Now called “E-VERIFY”,

“The Basic Pilot program was established by the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (IIRIRA), P.L. 104-208, signed September 30, 1996, citation: 8 U.S.C. 1324a. The program started in California, Florida, Illinois, New York and Texas (1997) with Nebraska joining in 1999. Congress authorized the expansion of the pilot program to employers in all 50 states in 2003…”


*We note with absolutely no surprise that then-Republican Congressman Bob Barr voted for the bill described above.

Put more simply for the folks at the Canton Tea Party: Bob Barr voted to create E-VERIFY. Now he is against it’s use. And he mischaracterizes how it is used. E-VERIFY is only used after, not before, as Barr inaccurately submits, an employee is hired.

Most of us would answer “YES” to Barr’s question below: “Do we really want to force employers, by federal law, to get Uncle Sam’s permission before they can hire somebody?” the 11th District candidate asked.” Umm…yep.

From here we note that YES we want the feds to stop child labor, insure that hospitals do not hire un-trained surgeons, unlicensed or unfit airline pilots, untrained, ineligible drivers of interstate cross country heavy truck rigs, and certainly, with the agony American workers are enduring on unemployment, stagnant wages, we want the federal government to stop the hiring or employment of ineligible black-market illegal alien labor… Geez…

Currently anti-E-VERIFY crusader ( unless he has evolved, again, by now) Bob Barr at the May, 2013 Georgia Republican convention:

Atlanta Journal Constitution
Jim Galloway, Political Insider “Immigration and the blessings of an IRS scandal”
May 18, 2013

blog HERE

“To a person, the four GOP candidates for U.S. Senate — U.S. Reps. Paul Broun, Phil Gingrey and Jack Kingston, and former Secretary of State Karen Handel — said they would oppose the efforts at a bipartisan compromise on immigration reform by the so-called Gang of Eight. U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio is on his own.

“No new laws are necessary,” Broun said.

“These comprehensive immigration reform ideas … are not unlike what we heard in 2007. And you know how popular that was,” Gingrey said.

“We’re about to have déjà vu all over again. Only in Washington could the same failed policies be put forward as reform,” echoed Handel.

Kingston cited the recent Heritage Foundation report that puts the price of immigration reform at $6 trillion — a study that Rubio denounced as “deeply flawed.” The Savannah congressman also demanded an end to citizenship for children of foreigners born on U.S. soil. “We are one of the few nations left that still has that relic on the books,” he said.

Congressional candidates were of the same mind — with two exceptions.

Bob Barr of Marietta, seeking a return to Congress as a Republican after a failed 2008 Libertarian campaign for president, urged voters to be wary — especially of E-Verify, the federal employment database that Congress would expand to make sure prospective employees are legal U.S. residents.

“Do we really want to force employers, by federal law, to get Uncle Sam’s permission before they can hire somebody?” the 11th District candidate asked.”

Bonus: Barr has otherwise reasonable people – who vote – believing that workplace verification, a central tenant of any “immigration reform” would quickly lead to a national ID card and that apparently E-VERIFY is two steps away from Big Brother. We submit to Barr and his followers that we already have a defacto national ID system in the drivers license and SSN. One more time: Bob Barr 1.0 helped create E-VERIFY. Arrrughhhh!…

Along with the ACLU, Bob Barr has opposed state enforcement measures against illegal immigration, including Arizona’s and here in Georgia.

The AJC’s Political Insider column quoting Bob Barr on state and local enforcement of imigration laws and protecting jobs, benefits and services

“Here’s a passage from the Barr column in question:


Politics aside, it is interesting to witness so many Republican legislators who profess allegiance to principles of federalism and more limited government police power, tripping over themselves to support legislation such as these immigration-based bills.

Greatly expanding the power of law state and local law enforcement to stop and detain people, premised on a power that resides with the federal, not state government to begin with, hardly fits traditional definitions of “conservative.” When it comes to immigration, consistency is often not a component of the debate.

And there’s this, also from the sheet:

A “Barr Code”column in the AJC in which he laments the atempts from state and local officials – both in Arizona and Georgia – to protect their own and then misrepresnts the language of the famous Arizona law, SB 1070:

“Latest anti-immigration laws reek of “Big Brother-ism”

“Fremont’s action follows by several weeks the enactment of a law in Arizona that in essence empowers police in that state to stop anyone, any time, any where to demand their citizenship papers. The Arizona law, already under constitutional challenge, is being hailed by many so-called “conservative” and Republican office holders and candidates across the country, as an appropriate way to address the problem of illegal immigrants in the country. At a recent candidates forum in Georgia, for example, each GOP gubernatorial candidate expressed support for the Peach State enacting a measure similar or identical to Arizona’s law, and which would also empower local police to stop individuals and demand to see citizenship papers.

Regardless of whether laws such as those enacted in Arizona or Fremont, Nebraska are stricken down as offensive to our Constitution, the fact that they apparently enjoy the support of a majority of Americans and of many public officials and candidates, is deeply troublesome.”

Former ACLU lobbyist Bob Barr described on Redstate:Time to Move Beyond Bob Barr in Georgia’s 11th
Erick Erickson
September 18th, 2013

Then there is Bob Barr’s behavior — which is just too much like so many in Congress these days. He’s been a vocal critic of Eric Holder and the Justice Department, including its Fast & Furious operation. But after losing his Presidential bid, Bob Barr supported Eric Holder’s nomination for Attorney General. Did he not know what Eric Holder would be like?

In the House, Bob Barr wasn’t great on entitlements the last time, including supporting the Medicare Part D expansion. He was also a protectionist in Congress, altering his position for the Libertarian nomination in 2008…

Bob Barr went out of his way to endorse and support the nomination of Eric Holder for Attornel General

Zpolitics and WSB TV

WSB-TV broke the story that Bob Barr wrote a letter endorsing Eric Holder as Attorney General back in 2009. The letter is posted below. It stated “Mr. Holder could not be timelier or more crucial.” Bob Barr doesn’t feel the same way and he has been calling for the resignation of the Attorney General as you can see in the video below. In a tight primary race in Georgia’s 11th congressional district, this could be trouble for the Barr campaign. He interviewed with WSB-TV to get ahead of this story.

Now he says that was a bad idea.

In our opinion,sending Bob Barr back to congress is a bad idea. For now, we say any current candidate for the U.S. House for GA 11 – just not Weathervane, open borders Bob Barr. Bob Barr is our least favorite candidate for congress to replace pro-enforcement Dr. Phil Gingrey.

January 24, 2014


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Election Year News:


Wall Street Journal:
By Miriam Jordan
Jan. 21, 2014

*States Take Lead in Boosting (illegal) Immigrants

“Colorado, Minnesota and Oregon also extended in-state tuition to undocumented immigrants last year. Meantime, California, Colorado, Connecticut, *Georgia, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Nevada, Oregon and Vermont approved access to driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants, bringing to 13 the number of states that allow it.”…


Associated Press

*Some illegal immigrants get licenses in Georgia By Kate Brumback
August 23, 2012

“ATLANTA- Illegal immigrants who are granted permission to stay in the country under an Obama administration policy announced in June will be eligible for driver’s licenses in Georgia, the state’s attorney general wrote in a letter to the governor.

“While I do not agree with the actions of the President in issuing the directive, it has been implemented by the Department of Homeland Security, USCIS, and state law recognizes the approval of deferred action status as a basis for issuing a temporary driver’s license,” Attorney General Sam Olens, a Republican, wrote in a letter obtained Thursday by The Associated Press.

Olens said illegal immigrants with this special status would not, however, be eligible for a state identification card. He says such cards are considered public benefits which are not available to illegal immigrants.”…


Atlanta Journal Constitution
By Jeremy Redmon
April 25, 2013

*Law bars illegal immigrants from Ga. driver’s license


January 16, 2014

Principled Immigration Reform Puts Americans First

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Principled Immigration Reform Puts Americans First
PR Newswire

WASHINGTON, Jan. 15, 2014

House GOP Leaders Must Rule Out Amnesty and Increased Immigration, Says FAIR

WASHINGTON, Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Under the leadership of Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), House Republicans are drafting a set of immigration reform principles to guide them as they debate immigration in 2014. They plan to release these principles in time for their January 29th GOP retreat.

At the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), we hope these principles will finally place the interests of Americans first – an idea that is conspicuously absent from the reforms being proposed by the leaders of either party.

FAIR’s core principles for immigration reform are:

No more amnesties. We can create clever euphemisms, but the only people we will be fooling are ourselves. Any policy that legalizes illegal aliens is amnesty and will lead to even more illegal immigration. This includes any “pathways to citizenship” or legalization programs that grant green cards or work visas.

Secure our borders. The last time our government measured border security, only 13 percent of our borders are under “operational control.” That is simply unacceptable. To get the job done, we must use all the tools at our disposal. We must put more boots on the ground, add infrastructure (such as fencing) and implement proven technology to reduce the flow of illegal aliens across the border.

End visa overstays. Approximately 30-40 percent of illegal aliens are aliens who entered the U.S. legally, but overstayed their visas. To end this practice, we must add Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents and finally implement a biometric entry-exit system at all ports of entry—a system already required by law.

Stop the hiring of illegal workers. Unless we remove the incentives to enter the U.S. illegally, we will not stop illegal immigration. We must eliminate the jobs magnet by requiring all employers use E-Verify and demand rigorous worksite enforcement that holds both employers and illegal workers accountable.

Robustly and uniformly enforce our immigration laws. Policies that direct law enforcement to ignore violations of our laws undermine the rule of law and are inherently unjust to law-abiding legal immigrants. We must enforce our existing immigration laws, eliminate fraud throughout the system, and prohibit the adoption of policies by state/local governments that encourage illegal immigration or provide benefits to illegal aliens. Enforcement doesn’t require mass deportation. If we enforce our laws and remove the incentives to remain here, many illegal aliens will go home on their own.

Implement a merit-based immigration system. Our immigration system should choose immigrants based on an objective assessment of who is most likely to benefit the economic and social interests of our nation.

End family chain migration. Family-based immigration must be limited to spouses and unmarried minor children. Entitlements for extended family migration lead to an immigration system that is not based on merit, runs on autopilot and fosters exponential growth in immigration.

Support the American worker. American workers are the best and most productive in the world. They are eager to work. What they need is the opportunity to compete for jobs at fair wages, not unfair competition created by massive guest worker programs. In addition, just because we could benefit from some skilled immigration doesn’t mean we should rubber stamp visas for every applicant with certain skills. We should develop and encourage our own STEM professionals, not discourage them by flooding the labor market.

Limit overall immigration. We are a nation of over 315 million people. We need to consider how much we want to grow and how that growth will affect jobs, our environment, resources and quality of life in America.

About FAIR
Founded in 1979, FAIR is the country’s largest immigration reform group. With over 250,000 members nationwide, FAIR fights for immigration policies that serve national interests, not special interests. FAIR believes that immigration reform must enhance national security, improve the economy, protect jobs, preserve our environment, and establish a rule of law that is recognized and enforced.

SOURCE Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1683590#ixzz2qZsev52N

January 7, 2014

Illegal aliens are being issued drivers licenses in Georgia – A guide for lawmakers, curious citizens and reporters…

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Georgia has more illegals than Arizona. We rank number 6 in the nation in illegal population. Pew says about 7% of Georgia’s workforce is black market labor while official state unemployment, now at 7.7% has been 8-9% for years. Gov Deal has used the estimate that illegal immigration costs the Georgia taxpayers somewhere around $2.4 billion annually. Another amnesty isn’t going to fix it

We are hearing that there are some confusing answers coming from some Georgia officials and/or staffers concerning the eligibility of DACA illegal aliens for a Georgia drivers license and whether or not these illegal aliens are really being issued a Georgia DL. They are.

Please see my Sunday column in the Marietta Daily Journal HERE for more details.

Make no mistake, DACA illegal aliens are illegal aliens. The deferred action on deportation is exactly that. You can see the White House blog explaining that fact HERE

“While this process does not provide lawful status or a pathway to permanent residence or citizenship, individuals whose cases are deferred will not be removed from the United States for a two year period, subject to renewal, and may also receive employment authorization.”

You can see the same on the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services official website HERE .

“Deferred action does not provide an individual with lawful status.”

See “10 Things to Do After DACA Approval” HERE . Note the papers/ documents issued to the illegals after receiving DACA amnesty. Info on the feds issuing illegal aliens an SSN HERE too.

Now take a look at the list of documents required by the Department of Drivers Services (DDS) to obtain a Georgia drivers license ( see “non-citizens”) HERE

There is an opinion letter from the AG to Governor Deal dated August 22, 2012 regarding the governor’s question about DL eligibility for deferred action recipients and existing Georgia law. I don’t have time to post it. Ask me. —– *Added 14 February, 2014 – I found the time and thanks to Mr. David Hancock of the Gwinnett Tea Party, now have a link to the AG responseHERE

A reader/supporter who happened to be renewing his DL today emailed me this afternoon about a conversation with a staffer in his local DL office: ”

D.A. -I went to Gainesville to get my drivers license renewed. The lady helping us told me it would be a couple of weeks before I got the real license because it had to go to Homeland Security for clearance. I asked what if it was an illegal alien. She told me they would not get a license…”

Today, at last two people relayed to me that when they called, they were told, apparently quite emphatically, by “somebody in the governor’s office” that illegal aliens were not being issued DLs in Georgia and one person told me he had been challenged to find paper work that “proved it.”

It looks like many in the state government don’t know about this. Huh. Odd, it is a huge story to the illegal alien lobby. And you can see HERE and on page eight HERE and HERE for just a few readily available examples. Google works!

Even this neutral law site gets it HERE

A quote from the spox at DDS from CNN (!) HERE

“Even in some states that have passed strong anti-illegal immigration laws, such as Georgia, driver’s licenses may be available to undocumented immigrants who qualify under the new policy.Under current Georgia law, people with deferred status can get a license, and that’s what the state will do unless it gets different orders, said Susan Sports, spokeswoman for the state’s Department of Driver Services.”We’re waiting for direction,”

Speaking of the illegal alien lobby, HERE is immigration lawyer Charles Kuck, the vice-Chair of Georgia’s most well-funded (Jane Fonda, Ga Power, State Farm, Coca Cola…) anti-enforcement corporation GALEO howling about 2013’s bill in the Georgia General Assembly HB 125 aimed at improving the protections for jobs, benefits and services from illegal immigration and illegal employment. HB 125 passed as SB 160 and was signed into law.

Kuch: Why is this important?…For example, under current law DACA students are allowed to obtain driver’s licenses. This revision may enable to state to DENY drivers licenses to legally resident DACA grantees!

Lawyer Kuck is also suing the state Board of Regents to obtain instate tuition and access to all USG schools for DACA illegal aliens. A young American student from Florida for example could easily pay four times as much tuition ( out of state) as an illegal alien. HERE

One more: HERE is just one example of what the Democrats in Washington are demanding fro Obama on expanding delayed action on deportation amnesty to all illegal aliens.

Word for the day: Incrementalism.