Friday, January 19, 2018

Senate Democrats blocked passage of a stopgap spending bill to keep the government open. Lawmakers have less than 2 hours before a shutdown


Flashback 2009: Stormy Daniels Interviewed By Politico

Democrat party supporter ... Stormy Daniels...

U.S. Immigration Since 1965. Why Does Mexico Dominate Legal Immigration?

History reports:
By the end of the 20th century, the policies put into effect by the Immigration Act of 1965 had greatly changed the face of the American population. Whereas in the 1950s, more than half of all immigrants were Europeans and just 6 percent were Asians, by the 1990s only 16 percent were Europeans and 31 percent were of Asian descent, while the percentages of Latino and African immigrants had also jumped significantly. Between 1965 and 2000, the highest number of immigrants (4.3 million) to the U.S. came from Mexico, in addition to some 1.4 million from the Philippines. Korea, the Dominican Republic, India, Cuba and Vietnam were also leading sources of immigrants, each sending between 700,000 and 800,000 over this period.
Why should Mexico dominate?

Flashback 2011: Providing In-State Tuition for Illegal Aliens: A Violation of Federal Law

Flashback. The Heritage Foundation reports:
Federal law prohibits state colleges and universities from providing in-state tuition rates to illegal aliens “on the basis of residence within the State”—unless the same in-state rates are offered to all citizens of the United States. Today, 12 states are circumventing this federal law, and the legal arguments offered to justify such actions are untenable, no matter what other policy arguments are offered in their defense. Because at least one federal court of appeals has held that there is no private right of action under the specific statute in question—§ 505 of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996—the U.S. Department of Justice must enforce this statutory provision against states that have violated federal law. Yet even as it sues states like Arizona and Alabama for trying to assist the enforcement of federal immigration law, the U.S. government refuses to sue states that are incontrovertibly and brazenly violating an unambiguous federal immigration law. Such inaction is unacceptable: The President and the Attorney General have an obligation to enforce every provision of the United State’s comprehensive federal immigration regulations—including the federal law prohibiting state colleges and universities from providing in-state tuition rates to illegal aliens “on the basis of residence within the State.”

In 1996, Congress passed—and President Bill Clinton signed into law—the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA).[i] Section 505, codified at 8 U.S.C. § 1623, prohibits state colleges and universities from providing in-state tuition rates to illegal aliens “on the basis of residence within the State” unless the same in-state rates are offered to all citizens of the United States.[ii] Today, 12 states[iii] allow individuals who are in the United States illegally to pay the same in-state tuition rates as legal residents of the states[iv]—without providing the same rates to others. By circumventing the requirements of § 1623 these states are violating federal law, and the legal arguments offered to justify such actions are untenable, no matter what other policy arguments are offered in their defense.
You wonder how state governments aren't being sued over this one!!!

University of Michigan students won’t let Rahm speak on their campus


Tax bill has ignited boom. Generic ballot advantage for Ds halved in a month. Speaker Ryan fundraising eye popping


71% Give Trump Credit for Strong U.S. Economy


Google ends its fact-checking feature after the Daily Caller revealed it was targeting conservative websites with incorrect fact-checks.


Too quiet in Capitol! Good time to call your Senator or Rep. and suggest something like "no sellout deals on amnesty." 202 224 3121 is switchboard.


Academics argue adolescence shouldn't end until the age of 24


Stormy Daniels is cashing in on her newfound fame with a "Making America Horny Again Tour"


Kentucky man faces federal charges for Sen. Rand Paul attack


Trump may snub NBC's Super Bowl interview: Report


Majority of Americans say they are satisfied with the economy at levels not seen since dotcom boom, NBC/WSJ poll finds


Kamala Harris Meme: Illegals in California Deserve In State Tuition While You American Suckers From Other States Deserve to Pay More...

We hope this meme causes more than a few people to think about the law... Are you an out of state student being denied you civil rights?

DACA showdown, government shutdown could backfire on Dems


Wow. CNN poll says plurality of Americans would blame *Democrats in Congress* for the shutdown


S&P 500 and Nasdaq rise to record highs. GE plunges 13% for the week, its worst since March 2009.


Justice Dept intends to re-try Menendez in corruption case

The Hill

Huffington Post Shocked That White Supremacists Are American Citizens and Have Rights

The Huffington Post

Police have to protect Trump supporters from mob at USC

Campus Reform

Schumer speaks out after "long and detailed" meeting with Pres. Trump over shutdown: "We made some progress but we still have a number of disagreements," adds "the discussions will continue."


Washington Post Explains to Readers That Supreme Court Doesn't View Trump As Extremist...



Y'all ready for some good ol' confiscation?


Supreme Court halts lower court order to redraw N.C. electoral map


A swastika on campus at UMD... was drawn by a black ex-employee. Sound familiar? It's the second hate crime hoax in the past few months.


Supreme Court has agreed to decide the legality of President Trump’s current travel ban


Let’s come back to reality.


Tennessee's Haircut Cops Bust Barbers Who Lack High School Diplomas

Some places really do make difficult if not impossible to start a career.... Just remember this story the next time someone talks about immigration: it's a heck of a lot harder to be an immigrant (without education) than it was 50 years ago... Not even close.


Christian is whipped for selling sharia-banned alcohol in Muslim-majority Indonesia


New York Fed GDP Forecasts


WLS-AM's parent company asks court to end 'unprofitable' radio deals with White Sox, Bulls

The Chicago Tribune

People flocking to low-tax states could swing future elections


The Hill

Murray N Rothbard - The Impossibility of Equality

California Democrats want businesses to give half their tax-cut savings to state


The San Francisco Chronicle

Steyn: Pelosi, Chris Cuomo show preference for illegals

You might not have electricity, but you won't get killed by the police either. Why some African Americans are moving to Africa.


Al Jazeera

The Incredible Shrinking Population: By 2080, Italians Will Be A Minority In Their Own Nation


Communist leader gives MLK Day speech at Florida State

Campus Reform

This monster machine can dig 5 metre-deep trenches in seconds.


President Trump Talks Shutdown...


Oh man. Another instant classic. DEM: “No, I’m not ok with the government closing.” CNN: “But you just voted—“ DEM: “I did not vote for closing the government.”


Bill Kristol Doesn't Like The Facts Mark Steyn Talks About..


The general public thinks the average company makes a 36% profit margin, which is about 5X too high


How the geography of U.S. immigration has changed over time


The Washington Post

Trump's approval rating is the lowest for any president one year into his term, NBC/WSJ poll says


Fusion GPS's Simpson really, really didn't want to tell Trey Gowdy how he knew the DNC was the real client.


Cities are killing the future of work (and the American dream)


Tens of thousands of people will flood the National Mall today for the 44th annual March for Life.


Private colleges can tweak enrollment to avoid the new endowment tax. But that may not always be a good idea.


McConnell sets up Friday spending showdown


When Woody Allen & his good friend & neighbor Jeffrey Epstein were pictured taking a stroll in 2013. In 2008, Epstein pled guilty to 1 count of soliciting prostitution from girls as young as 14. Epstein served 13 months in jail, and is a registered sex offender for life.


“...Any American that would see this document would feel as though people like Rod Rosenstein and Bruce Ohr should be fired immediately!”


Infographic: How Iranian protests fueled by working-class grievances swept through provincial cities and towns


Steve King : I have read the memo. The sickening reality has set in. I no longer hold out hope there is an innocent explanation for the information the public has seen. I have long said it is worse than Watergate.


Mark Steyn on DACA: "In Arizona, a majority of the grade school children now are Hispanic. That means Arizona's future is as a Hispanic society. That means in effect, the border has moved north."


Trump reportedly made porn star spank him with mag featuring his face

The New York Post reports:
President Trump once made Stormy Daniels spank him with a Forbes magazine with his photo on the cover — and sit with him for hours watching “Shark Week,” the porn star told a political operative, according to a report.


In 2009, Daniels was mulling a Senate run in Louisiana and working with local political consultants about potential donors.

Trump was on her list — and his name was one of the contacts in her phone, one operative told Andrea Dubé, a Democratic political consultant in an email.

“She says one time he made her sit with him for three hours watching ‘Shark Week.’ Another time he had her spank him with a Forbes magazine,” the consultant told Dubé in a series of emails, which were obtained by Mother Jones.
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