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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Haitians Told to Start Packing

By Rick Oltman, May 24, 2017 The Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitians granted in January of 2010 is now scheduled to end in January 2018.  This is the result of a six-month extension and, apparently, the last extension. Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly announced this week: “This six-month extension should allow Haitian…

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Dealing with Voter Fraud

By Rick Oltman, May 23, 2017 The announcement of the creation of the “Commission on Election Integrity” by President Trump has been met with – what else – outrage by civil rights groups and all the other usual suspects who claim there is no voter fraud.  For anyone to claim there is no voter fraud…

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The Mentality of Illegal Alien Supporters

By Rick Oltman, May 18, 2017 The excuses that illegal alien and open border supporters come up with to defend and excuse illegal immigration are sometimes truly unhinged.  Case in point:  a Marin County illegal alien detained by ICE is getting widespread attention in northern California, complete with fake headlines and demonstrations and fantastically stupid…

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Superfluous Sanctimony in Sacramento

By Rick Oltman, May 8, 2017 The pro-illegal alien chorus is busy creating another verse in the ridiculous effort to shield those illegally in our country from the law. California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher (D-San Diego) and State Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) have co-authored a piece of California legislation to additionally protect illegal aliens…

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Changes Coming to Congress in 2018

By Rick Oltman, May 3, 2017 Two members of the House of Representatives have announced their retirements from Congress, which will lead to open seats in the 2018 mid-term elections.  One is excellent on immigration law enforcement and border security, the other is awful. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), who is terrible on immigration law enforcement, has…

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100 Days of Immigration Reform

By Rick Oltman,  May 1, 2017 The first 100 days of the Trump Administration is being widely reported on by the news media.   The immigration reform activities we have enjoyed in the first three months continue apace as Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly repeatedly address the issues of…

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Enforcement Works:  A Decline in Border Rapes

By Rick Oltman, April 26, 2017 Reports of the dramatic decline in illegal immigration abound as the Trump Administration sends the message to the world that America is now enforcing our immigration laws.  And the decline in illegal alien trafficking also means a decline in border rapes:  the rape of desperate women fleeing the corrupt…

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