Why Immigration Enforcement Will Continue

By Rick Oltman, June 20, 2017 Immigration enforcement efforts will not slow down in the near future.  The arrest and deportation of criminal illegal aliens will continue, to be followed by the removal of other illegal aliens. It will continue because the Trump Administration has installed people who, like Trump, want our laws enforced, our…

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Un-Happy Father’s Day

By Rick Oltman, June 19, 2017 Father’s Day was a happy day for most fathers on Sunday.  It was a day of celebration, get-togethers, picnics, and phone calls expressing love and laughing at reminiscences of good times in the past, making plans for the future. For many fathers, however, there was no celebration, or no…

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An Immigration Reform Twofer

By Rick Oltman, June 14, 2017 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has ended the policy of government cooperation with anti-enforcement, anti-deportation, pro-illegal alien groups and reassigned the 21 government employees to President Trump’s recently created Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement Office (V.O.I.C.E.).  V.O.I.C.E. is described in a February 20 memorandum from DHS Secretary General John…

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Education Victims of Illegal Immigration

By Rick Oltman, June 6, 2017 Yet another class of illegal alien victims has been identified:  students.  In addition to lost jobs, murders, rapes, drunken driving crashes resulting in vehicular homicide, and other property losses caused by illegal aliens, we can now attribute educational damage to the youngest and most vulnerable Americans in the sanctuary…

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L.A. Mayor Invites a Riot

By Rick Oltman, May 31, 2017 Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti appears to be setting the stage for riots in Los Angeles because of federal immigration law enforcement.  In response to a comment about ICE officers wearing uniforms that say “POLICE” in an interview on Friday’s NPR’s “Latino USA” podcast Garcetti said it is dangerous…

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Mandatory E-Verify May Be Coming

By Rick Oltman, May 25, 2017 United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Chief Information Officer Mark Schwartz said last month that his agency is “… streamlining the [E-Verify] process and making it capable of scaling if we bring more employers,” indicating that soon, all employers across the U.S. could be subject to E-Verify, as reported…

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