U.S. Border Patrol Gives Credit to President Trump

By Rick Oltman, November 18, 2019 The number of apprehensions of people trying to illegally enter our country at the Mexican border has declined over the past six months.  The U.S. Border Patrol is crediting President Trump’s policies. Just to be clear, the number of arrests did NOT decline because the administration told our officers…

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DACA Decision Time

By Rick Oltman, November 13, 2019 On November 12, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).  So it’s finally DACA Decision Time … at least it’s the beginning of a long process in the Supreme Court that won’t give the country a ruling on the illegal directive by President…

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25 Years Ago – Prop 187 Wins!

By Rick Oltman, November 8, 2019 Twenty five years ago, November 8, 1994, California’s Proposition 187 – Save Our State initiative won an overwhelming victory with 59 percent of the vote, stunning the political establishment and beginning a national movement to stop illegal immigration.  The initiative’s goal was to cut off taxpayer dollars to illegal…

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We Spend Trillions to Defend Every Border Except Our Own

By Dave Gibson, November 7, 2019 On June 19, 2019, the Democratically controlled House of Representatives passed an appropriations bill for the Department of Defense and attached it to the appropriations bills for the Departments of State, Energy, Labor, Health and Human Services and Education. The Congressional Budget Office reports this spending measure will cost…

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LOS ANGELES, NOVEMBER 2019

By Rick Oltman, November 5, 2019 In a recent discussion with some friends about the current state of affairs in America, and how technology plays an important role, I opined that technological innovations would continue and that what we saw in Blade Runner, Ridley Scott’s terrific sci-fi flick of 1982, with Nexus-6 replicants, would probably…

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Foreign Workers Hurt American Workers

By Rick Oltman, October 30, 2019 The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) report, “No Americans Need Apply” sums up the effect of foreign workers on Americans in the first paragraph, “…native-born workers who compete directly with immigrants can face fewer job opportunities, wage stagnation, and poor work conditions.” The CIS report shows an Equal Employment…

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