Today, June 26th, Front Page posted my article:
This is the sequel to my June 11, 2014 FrontPage Magazine article:
The stories continue to mount about how a human tidal wave of illegal aliens are arriving daily from Central America encouraged by the clear message being sent by the president and members of both political parties, that since we “cannot deport 11 million illegal aliens” we may as well place them on a path to lawful status or maybe even United States citizenship.
Please forward this e-mail to as many folks as you can, I am attempting to create a “Bucket Brigade of Truth!”
Yesterday, June 25, 2014 the House Judiciary Committee conducted a hearing into this ongoing onslaught of illegal aliens along America’s southwest border and gave the title of that hearing a name that was quite similar to the title of my earlier article:
Hearing: An Administration Made Disaster: The South Texas Border Surge of Unaccompanied Alien Minors
The members of Congress were largely divided along party lines with the Democrats playing defense and the Republicans playing offense.
In my judgement the administration has a lot to answer for, but I cannot give the Republicans a free pass, either. Every time a member of Congress or some other government official makes the statement that we cannot deport 11 million illegal aliens, desperate aspiring illegal aliens from around the world see encouragement that if they can only get to the United States it will be easy to hide in plain sight and ultimately acquire lawful status.
International terrorists and transnational criminals pay very careful attention to those statements as well and find, in them, the opportunity to enter the United States for their pernicious purposes.
Meanwhile the beleaguered Border Patrol agents are getting hammered every day working for a critical federal agency that is overwhelmed on a daily basis and is getting conflicting signals from the administration but with the loudest message being, don’t enforce the laws! Those agents and the agents of ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) understand just how critically important our borders and our immigration laws are to national security, public safety and a host of other issues, yet they are stymied every day they go on duty.
The disaster on the border is impacting America and Americans from coast to coast and border to border as drugs, criminal aliens and potentially terrorists enter the United States each and every day.
The importance of our borders and our immigration laws cannot be overemphasized. In the war on terror and transnational gangs, they are our first line of defense and our last line of defense. They are equally important to American workers who are facing unfair competition from foreign workers, aided and abetted by the administration and advocates for “Sanctuary Cities” and Comprehensive Immigration Reform,