Tired, Poor and Yearning to Work and Be Free

By Rick Oltman, August 15, 2019 For those of us who have been working on the immigration issue for decades, seeking to have our immigration laws enforced and/or modified so that our immigration policies actually benefit America and Americans, the current near non-stop discussion about immigration issues is a wonderful target-rich environment. The ignorance of…

Details

Attempting to Stop 287(g) in Georgia

By Rick Oltman, August 12, 2019 Another assault on local immigration law enforcement, specifically 287(g), is being fought in Gwinnett County, Georgia’s second largest of 159 counties.  About 30 miles northeast of Atlanta, Gwinnett is one of the frontlines in the immigration law enforcement war being waged in America.  Local enforcement of our immigration laws…

Details

The Correct Term is Illegal Alien, “Professor”

By Rick Oltman, August 9, 2019 A lot of stupidity has exposed itself since two homicidal maniacs murdered at least 31 people in separate incidents last weekend.  There should be sincere discussions about how to predict and prevent future mayhem of this kind. But in addition to those sincerely trying to find some workable prevention…

Details

Immigration Control:  Remember What They Said

By Rick Oltman, August 5, 2019 Some quotes from the past. “We simply cannot allow people to pour into the United States undetected, undocumented, unchecked and circumventing the line of people who are waiting patiently, diligently and lawfully to become immigrants in this country.” – Sen. Barack Obama, 2005; “Our message absolutely is; Don’t send…

Details

Why All the Border Visits?

By Rick Oltman, August 1, 2019 Twenty-four Democrat congressmen are scheduled to visit the southern border this week.  They are headed to El Paso to be hosted by Congresswoman Veronica Escobar who represents the 16th Congressional District, the greater El Paso area. Representatives slated for the upcoming trip this week, including their NumbersUSA Immigration-Reduction grades: …

Details

Quota Juries Required for “Fair” Trials?

By Rick Oltman, July 29, 2019 The trial of the alleged illegal alien murderer of 20-year-old college student Mollie Tibbets in Brooklyn, Iowa, has been moved from Poweshiek County, where she was brutally stabbed to death in 2018, to Woodbury County on the state’s western border, by the Missouri River. The accused, 25-year-old Cristhian Bahena…

Details

Court Cluster Chaos

Rick Oltman, July 25, 2019 On July 16th, President Trump issued a new rule requiring asylum-seekers to apply for asylum in the first country they entered, instead of waiting until they reached the United States. The new rule required most asylum seekers entering through our southern border to first seek asylum in one of the…

Details