After The Watchdog was first to reveal that the Texas Department of Public Safety quietly began demanding full fingerprints of all new driver’s license applicants and those required for in-person renewals, I heard from a lot of people.
Some hate the idea because it’s one more government intrusion violating the privacy of law-abiding individuals.
Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet–a preventive medicine physician and former Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS)–has practices in Arizona and Texas. Earlier this month, Vliet told Breitbart Texas that a patient informed her of a supposedly TB-positive illegal immigrant who was being treated at the University Medical Center (UMC) of El Paso.
A high school in one of the nation’s top sanctuary counties for illegal immigrants confirmed that a student was infected with tuberculosis last week.
According to KVIA.com, an ABC affiliate in El Paso, Texas, more than 450 legal immigrants were sworn in as official United States citizens Friday; KVIA asked some of them their opinions on the current immigration crisis.
The general sentiment among those sworn in was that the immigrants coming into the United States should be able to come to the U.S. but have to wait in line to get their citizenship, just as they did.
One new citizen differed with the others on timing, saying, “If they can prove that they are working and they are helping this country with their work, yes, I think they should be, immediately.” But the more typical response was exemplified by another new citizen: “I think they should wait in line just like we did. I don’t think they should just be granted the citizenship.”
What won unanimous approval, however, was that none of the immigrants should be deported to their original countries.
The El Paso event, run by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), featured a group of immigrants hailing from 35 different countries.
The U.S. government has created a widely popular song about the “death train” to discourage Central Americans from risking their lives in pursuit of the amnesty that they believe awaits them across the U.S.-Mexico border.
The American Bar Association has released a detailed white paper advising the Government on how to tackle online piracy. The lawyers recommend several SOPA-like anti-piracy measures including injunctions against companies hosting pirate sites. At the same time, however, they advise against suing file-sharers as that would be ineffective or even counterproductive.
Holder Suggests His Opponents Are Racist
He also claims that opposition to Obama is also race-driven
Holder Takes Aim At “Homegrown Violent Extremists” Who Have “Domestic Concerns”
“These homegrown violent extremists … keep you up late night as well trying to monitor them, anticipate what it is that they are going to do,” Holder said Sunday.
Obama Admin. Lobbying Governors To Host Undocumented Minors
“Our citizens already feel burdened by all kinds of challenges. They don’t want to see another burden come into their state,” said Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, a Democrat. “However we deal with the humanitarian aspects of this, we’ve got to do it in the most cost-effective way possible.”