Federal amnesty initiatives like the DREAM Act are dead for now, but states desperate for dollars have taken up the cause of illegal immigrant rights. Utah has passed its own version of immigration reform with a bill that lures illegals to the state with a guest worker provision.
2010 was a bad one, folks. At year’s end unemployment is barely changed. Small businesses are still struggling. We are so desperate for good economic news that favorable changes in indicators that would have gone unnoticed before the recession bring frenzied news flashes about a recovery.
There is a point where misrepresentation, innuendo, and truth-stretching become fabrication. The arguments in favor of immigration reform crossed the line months ago, and the president’s July 1, 2010 speech was a classic Obamaesque effort to construct an alternate reality.
Immigration reform rhetoric has been so perverted by Democrats, the president, and special interests that the problem is now portrayed as the fault of Americans who fail to recognize that everyone sneaking into the country illegally is a potential Einstein:
The scientific breakthroughs of Albert Einstein, the inventions of Nikola Tesla, the great ventures of Andrew Carnegie’s U.S.
Memorial Day is the symbolic start of the summer season, but most of us understand that this holiday associated with cookouts and weekend getaways is meant for something other than our enjoyment. On Memorial Day we honor Americans who died in service, and reflect on sacrifices made and lives lost for the sake of people not only in this country, but in countries throughout the world.
Part I: Benefits for Illegal Immigrants: What Congress Won’t Admit
“The truth is, there’s no plan that has ever been considered under health care reform in Congress that covers illegal immigrants. Nobody has proposed that. And yet, a huge percentage believe that that’s the case.