Monthly Archives: November 2018

Attention All Illegal Aliens Hiding In The Shadows In The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania The State of New Jersey Will Help Protect You From Deportation Even If You Have Committed Serious Crimes Take Interstate 78 or 80 East Until You Cross A Big River

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ICE slams N.J. over new rules limiting when cops can turn over unauthorized immigrants

By Kelly Heyboer | NJ Advance Media for | Posted November 29, 2018 at 01:49 PM | Updated November 29, 2018 at 04:45 PM

New Jersey’s attorney general unveiled a broad new directive Thursday limiting when local police can ask someone’s immigration status and turn unauthorized immigrants over to federal officials for deportation.

Standing in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty in Liberty State Park in Jersey City, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said the new rules — called the Immigrant Trust Directive — are designed to improve relations between local police and immigrant communities.

The new rules will draw “a bright line” between federal immigration officials and local police at a time when immigrants are growing more fearful of deportation and federal crackdowns on illegal immigration, Grewal said.

“No law-abiding resident of this great state should live in fear that a routine traffic stop by local police will result in his or her deportation from this country,” Grewal said.

Officials with the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency slammed the attorney general for rules they say will hinder ICE and undermine public safety.

“Ultimately, this directive shields certain criminal aliens, creating a state-sanctioned haven for those seeking to evade federal authorities, all at the expense of the safety and security of the very people the New Jersey Attorney General is charged with protecting,” said Matthew Albence, an ICE deputy director. Continue reading

Border Patrol agents have been critically injured [and killed] By ROCKS

Any Politician, ACLU Lier, TV Newsreader, “Journalist” Et. al Who Doesn’t Consider A Rock A Deadly Weapon Take A Little Leaguer To A Little League Field With A Bucket Of Baseball Sized Rocks, You Stand In The Batters Box And Have The Little Leaguer Go To The Pitchers Mound With The Bucket, Then Instruct The Little Leaguer To Throw The Rocks As Fast As They Can At Your Head. 

Dangerous Rock Attacks on Border Patrol Agents Are Up; Chopper Brought Down by Rock in ‘79

July 20, 2011 Homeland Security Today

Assaults by illegals, coyotes and narco-smugglers using large chunks of rock on US Border Patrol agents enforcing the US/Mexico border continues to escalate.

These attacks can be life-threatening. In some instances, Border Patrol agents have been critically injured [and killed] when struck in the face or head. Continue reading

The atrocities committed by the Japanese military during World War II are so brutal that it is almost impossible to comprehend them.

Kansas Recalls 731 License Plates Over Ethnic Slur Complaint

Kansas is recalling hundreds of vehicle license plates on the streets containing the “JAP” lettering in the wake of complaints that they are offensive to Japanese Americans. The Kansas Department …

When Washington Decides For Decades To Mostly Ignore Immigration Laws

[As per instructions from embedded ACLU lawyers?] They chanted: ‘We are not criminals! We are international workers!’

US agents fire tear gas and rubber bullets at… | Daily Mail Online

Migrants approaching the U.S. border from Mexico were enveloped with tear gas Sunday after a few tried to breach the fence separating the two countries.

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migrant is seen holding rocks

A migrant is seen holding rocks in his hands moments before throwing them at US border guards near Tijuana

Why Should a Single Federal Judge Be Able to Make Law for the Whole Country?

Judge bars Trump from refusing asylum to immigrants

A federal judge barred the Trump administration on Monday from refusing asylum to immigrants who cross the southern border illegally. U.S. District Judge Jon S. Tigar issued a temporary restraining …
New York Post|6 days ago

Why Should a Single Federal Judge Be Able to Make Law for the Whole Country?

By John Fund

July 8, 2018 6:27 PM

While we fill a Supreme Court vacancy, let’s also have that debate.

Whenever there is a Supreme Court vacancy, I view it as a chance to teach voters about the courts and their legitimate role in our government. We could use that. Last year, the Annenberg Center found that only 26 percent of those it surveyed could name the three branches of government (executive, judicial, and legislative). A full 33 percent couldn’t name even one branch.

Confusion about the proper role of the courts extends to many of our sitting judges. Last month, while the Supreme Court narrowly upheld the so-called Trump travel ban, Justice Clarence Thomas raised an issue that the next Supreme Court justice may have to weigh in on. Why is it, he asked, that a single federal district judge can impose an injunction blocking a presidential executive order in all 50 states even if none of his colleagues (599 district judges) thinks it’s a good idea?

Justice Thomas wrote:

These injunctions are beginning to take a toll on the federal court system — preventing legal questions from percolating through the federal courts, encouraging forum shopping, and making every case a national emergency for the courts and for the Executive Branch.

I am skeptical that district courts have the authority to enter universal injunctions. These injunctions did not emerge until a century and a half after the founding. And they appear to be inconsistent with longstanding limits on equitable relief and the power of Article III courts. If their popularity continues, this Court must address their legality.



PSTA Endorses Lou Barletta For U.S. Senate

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