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My article today is predicated on the encouraging news report that a federal judge, Andrew S. Hanen of the United States District Court in Houston had ruled that President Obama had exceeded his authority when he created DACA (Deferred Action- Childhood Arrival. Consequently the judge ruled that while aliens who had their applications for participation in DACA would not, for now, be in jeopardy of being deported, DHS can not process any new applications for DACA.
I have addressed DACA in numerous articles and during media interviews but thought that it would be helpful to provide a retrospective into the history of DACA. In my judgement, the entire program was a massive fraud that was foisted on Americans by the Obama administration when both Comprehensive Immigration Reform and the DREAM Act failed to pass in the Congress.
DACA was and endure around the legislative process and was, not unlike the DREAM Act based on fundamentally fraudulent claims made by the Obama administration.
I hope my commentary provides you with a bit of “food for thought.”
Facts are indeed, “stubborn things!”
Please take the time to read my commentary in its entirety and check out the links to other articles and materials I included in my article.
Ignorance is not bliss. Knowledge is power, so my article provides some cold hard facts for you to consider and hopefully share with others.
If you like my article I ask that you make a point of posting it on FaceBook and other social media and forward this e-mail to as many folks as you can. It is important to dispel the lies and nonsense about the true nature and significance of effective immigration law enforcement in this particularly perilous era.
Being “Pro-Enforcement” is not “Anti-Immigrant.” Indeed, advocates for immigration anarchy are actually taking an “Anti-Immigrant” position by obfuscating the line that separates lawful immigrants from illegal aliens. To provide a bit of clarity, while we are indeed a “Nation of immigrants” America is not a nation of trespassers. The difference between an immigrant and an illegal alien is comparable to the difference between a houseguest and a burglar.