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“Free At Last… Free At Last! Thank God Almighty! We Are Free At Last!”

I have a dream.. A dream that one day a man can work for his employer and not be forced to have his wages stolen from him to fund a terrorist organization that spends his hard earned income through labor, on pay raises, material goods, and activities that threaten his employer, to the point where a representative of that terrorist organization, negotiates his hours worked, and income earned from those hours, down, and that person’s job is given to somebody new, who he has to train to take his job, or take half the income and hours to gain income away from him, without his consent.

I have a dream… A dream that one day, a political party cannot hijack industry, and business ability to function in a way to make a profit, that forces that industry to spend and invest money to eliminate jobs and forces those who are in need of employment for wages onto the welfare rolls…

I have a dream that one day… man can be free to contract with his employer, and negotiate with his employer from the base of his fellow employees, without outside criminal elements, hijacking his right to negotiate with his employer and accept terms in agreement with his employer, without fear of violence, intimidation, reprisal, or banishment, from his fellow employees.

I have a dream today… that one day, man can work a job he wants, for a wage he wants, can enter a company and through hard work can one day RUN that company. I have a dream that the barriers to upward mobility through artificial restriction of opportunity are relinquished and man can do an honest day’s work, for an honest day’s pay. And use their “whole paycheck” to live life to the fullest that they see fit.

I have a dream… that instead of having service industry unions we can have REAL employee unions. ALL job titles have their own union! And can collectively negotiate using the same leverage as skilled trade member unions do…

Or have the option to negotiate with their employer separately, just like management gets to do.

You know… the concept of “choice” for representation, and how you are to be represented.

I have a dream that the people at the top who make money off the product of the working man, have to incur the same risk as those who make a profit off the labor of the working man.

And instead of using the worker to get their salary, the worker can use the union to protect their rights, allow them options of negotiation as they see fit, and do the bidding of the worker to the corporation, and not collusion with the corporation to bend the worker to do both the union and corporation’s bidding.

I have a dream today… that ONE DAY, one day… my children will be free to work, without being forced to give their time, and their labor over to support political interest, they do not agree with, nor care to fund, and that their rights will not end, the minute they sign an employment application!

Now, I might not get there with you. I may not benefit from any of this change personally, but it is my hope and prayer for you, that you ONE DAY WILL have the opportunity your skill, education, and motivation take you to work a job and be free, to make a decent wage, without ANY MAN coming to claim it for himself.

Be it government or fellow employee, or representative for both of you, you did not seek, did not vote for, and did not ask for…

This ruling may not be the liberation that we seek. But it is a path.

It is a path my friends to one day being FREE to work, to earn, and to live as free men once lived and will live again…

And when that day comes, and our ambitions are finally realized  “…we will sing along with the old Negro spiritual… “Free at last, free at last… THANK GOD ALMIGHTY! WE ARE FREE AT LAST!”



If This Is The Best Demonrats Can Do… And This Can Beat Any Republican, Even In NY… What Good Is The GOP?!!


What we learn about NY House candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez:

Her parents didn’t let her become trapped in local public school picked by the government and raised money to move her to a better school district.

“Shuttling between New York’s poorest borough in Bronx, where her extended family lived, and more affluent boroughs was her first experience of income inequality”

So why shouldn’t every student in an inadequate school district get that same opportunity with a voucher to a charter school or public school of their choice?!!

She worked for Ted Kennedy and latched on to Bernie $ander$, saying NOTHING about the fact that he has 3 homes, and made over 1 MILLION dollars last year….

Like Bernie, she advocated a guaranteed jobs program, free Medicare, Amnesty and “justice reform” which means lesser sentences for violent crimes, and furloughs that sabotaged Michael Dukakis Campaign in 1988.

Guaranteed government jobs mean like with Workfare, you have to work for your benefits, while a tenured government employee, has his workload reduced, but not his pay. You are making government inefficient, more expensive, and making the taxpayer pay the government employee, to do half as much work, while paying for his full share of benefits and that of the person working the other half of his job. Or another federal job. This explodes spending and the deficit.

Fully funding public schools and universities… taxing Wall St. to fund free tuition to public university and trade schools….

Okay so if everybody gets a college education, it doesn’t mean anything and becomes the new high school diploma.

You just made it harder for graduates to get employment to pay off their school loan debt.

And what if people are better off in trade schools than college. They will go to college 1st, run up debt at the taxpayers expense, then make the taxpayer also pay their trade school bill…

If you want to reform the school loan process to bring the price down, or create a taxpayer funded fund to abolish school loans, fine, give people the choice. But to mandate that a high school graduates taxes have to pay for a college education of a person they don’t know, which is the textbook definition of privilege… kinda undermines your attack the upperclass to save the underclass spiel.

Nobody is entitled to a college degree.

And nobody is expected to be made to pay for somebody else’s college degree, while they don’t have one, and won’t be able to pay for their children’s degree…

That would be immoral.

Paid family and sick leave.

There are plenty of ways employees negotiate this with their employer already.

Of course it’s hard managing children with the demands of any job. However, you were faced with not being able to go to the school you thought you deserved. Your family sacrificed and gave you the opportunity for higher education and a better shot, which you used to study economics and become a BARTENDER!

That isn’t the taxpayers fault!

If your family can provide the means to get you to a better school, they can provide the means for you to take care of your children. Which you already get subsidized by the taxpayer to pay for, in welfare benefits.

Housing as a human right…

Yes, we already have that. We have record home ownership. And the consequences of this are that most of those people owe more in money, by taking out loans against the house, and buying houses they can’t afford, and those people are stuck with houses they can’t upkeep, sell, or afford to sell on a marketplace of people also looking to get out from under the debt they owe against their house. Your demand that “everybody has a right to own a house” has destroyed the advantages to owning a house in the first place.

Are you going to make the taxpayer write that off too, and make the people who were responsible, lived within their means, with a smaller house that they could afford, in a lesser neighborhood, to ALSO have to pay for the house the person in debt bought, in a better community, and with money they did not have, knowing they would be asking the taxpayer to pay for that, TOO! Talk about privileged!

Ending the war on drugs, okay, demilitarize the police, okay? Abolish for profit prisons… Okay so that’s ANOTHER cost to the taxpayer… on top of having to pay for everybody’s mortgage… With all the other things that you are mandating people pay for (that they don’t own or use) how do you expect to create an environment for employment, when their is no incentive to because A: They have to pay for shit they don’t own or use, and B: the need to stretch the limit of how much they can get out of each tax dollar, becomes higher with every new entitlement you bring, and more incentives to not work. While paradoxically forcing the taxpayers and business to pay higher taxes, which will lead to more unemployment and underemployment, which will never create enough revenue to pay for all your DAMN social programs!

Protect DREAMERS, simplify the path to citizenship, Abolish ICE.

ANOTHER entitlement the taxpayer gets to pay for…

Let’s welcome the poor and uneducated, and ill of all nations! Why NOT!

So what if they have HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, chicken pox, and contagious communicable disease… So what if they can’t read or speak English, guaranteeing them a job off the grid, where they are intimidated and easily economically exploited in the service industry, gangs or the working poor economy. Let’s pay for their college TOO!

Let’s award them scholarships after their work in inferior universities, and overlook American citizens who are a part of this nation, pay taxes, and want a chance at upward mobility their parents had. Clearly that makes them EVIL! And they must be punished and pay not only for their expenses and opportunities, but that of people who aren’t from here, and don’t care to assimilate, and want to take the advantages of the American system, and reject that, turning America into the shithole they left to come here….

Invest in 100% renewable green energy.

Great so, the taxpayers get to pay for ANOTHER corporate welfare scam, where politically connected cronies like Solyndra, with the Obama administration, get subsidized tax breaks, to make materials marked up at high prices, then when those companies STILL can’t make a profit, even though the government is writing laws, demanding people have to buy their product, they get to declare bankruptcy, keep their profits, and make the taxpayer AGAIN! subsidize their losses…

One question: Just how long are we expected to be made to WORK to pay for all of this FREE crap we don’t even WANT and have no right to USE!

Campaign Finance Reform.

OF COURSE! Of course we have to also publicly fund elections! I mean that system where we freely give money to candidates of our choosing is SO 20th century! Not only do I have to fund the guy I support, I also have to fund the guy I don’t support! And if I want to be involved politically, I have to pay to file all the paperwork, and incur the cost of that, while corporations, political action committees, Super PAC’S like Bernie’s “Our Revolution” can take in millions of dollars, and be free from scrutiny, but a Tea Party group can be targeted for audit from the IRS, shutting it down, while I suppose “The Democratic Socialists of America,” can be exempt… so only the wealthy groups who can afford the filing and legal fees have a voice, and the majority of the people who are poor and working poor, HAVE NO VOICE!


An Economy Of Peace

Supporting our veterans and values all humanity.

Okay. So we get to pay for the veterans bills too from all the wars we send them to that Demonrats like Hillary voted for, and we have to value all humanity. Which I guess means MORE wars since the primary excuse given for most conflicts we intervened in, since 1945 were for “humanitarian reasons…”

The fact that Bernie Sanders is funded and owns stock in military contractors in his home state of Vermont… Is pure coincidence…

I guess they found a younger, more batshit crazy, idiotic version of Nancy Pelosi, right when Pelosi was supposed to get off the stage. If this becomes the Demonrats House Speaker, the country will laugh their ass off.. then freak out and vote Republican to save themselves and their country…

The GOP keeps losing… but Trump just keeps winning, LOL!

If the GOP can’t beat this, who can they beat.

Let’s hope they stop being Never Trump long enough to actually win an election… And don’t make the same mistake the Demonrats did. Which gave us people like this… Unqualified, unstable, and we pray, unelectable.


Just legalize the Purge!

The future of America according the The Democratic Socialists of America

So naturally they pick someone from a gated community to pose as a socialist… Just like Bernie…


When All Parties Are United It’s Bad For You!


This helps Amazon and cuts out competition for online retailers. This is a mall bailout bill, limiting shopping options that makes Amazon’s monopoly stronger! Of course “Mr. Potatohead (W)Hoenig” doesn’t realize this…



OMFG! The power to tax is the power to destroy…


People shop online for convenience, you are just punishing the poor. As always…


This is a retail bailout bill to funnel money to the states, for slush funds.


Tariffs are bad for the consumer… But sales tax on internet sales is great for the consumer? WHAT?!!


Corporations that don’t pay taxes want you to pay sales tax…. because “morality…” Interesting…

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No point being a monopoly if you can’t regulate your competition out of business…


Bailing out a dead industry… killing their competition…

This ruling kills small business and protects the box retailers who already have lobbyist in DC. Instead of rewarding the online retailers for giving the public a service at a fair price, the box retailers are forcing the government to intervene, to save them from changing their bad business model to something more responsive to the needs of the customer.

They tried the same tactic when mail order catalogues were popular, and made malls so that would put them out of business.

Now with investment in dead retail space no one wants to go to, with limited selection, the retail sector isn’t innovating, they are forcing their competition out of business through force of law.

This is anti capitalist, antitrust, and a violation of the right to bring a product to market at the lowest cost and highest quality to the consumer. And the left and the right, and even the libertarians are cheering this…

Why should I be forced to take an inferior product?

Why should I be taxed to pay for online commerce?

If taxes are so great why not have high tariffs just to make more money on trade?

Because that chokes off the marketplace, when other countries don’t have tariffs and have the same products at a lower price.

Same problem here.

Now the states will get more money to waste, and that won’t go to needed programs, because they want that inefficiency to be an excuse to RAISE THEIR BUDGET!

Now instead of paying a price to get the product you want, you get limited choice, have to settle for a product you don’t want, and have to fund the government’s general fund, for services you didn’t want, and don’t use.

This hurts the consumer, the taxpayer, the economy, the competition to big box retailers outdated sales model, and the SEIU which already gave concessions to the big retailers to keep hiring more PT workers and seasonal staff, so the union can get more union dues… and the retailers can hire and fire at will, to save pennies on their quarterly earnings reports.

The only people getting screwed out of this deal are the workers and the customers…

The corporations and the middle management makes out GREAT! And gets the opportunity for bonuses if sales go up, due to lack of competition & performance bonuses if they fire enough people post earnings so that they don’t have to pay out costly benefits to experienced non seasonal/PT workers.

Saving an immoral, corrupt, outdated and BROKEN model, to screw over the taxpayer, customer, and American worker is NOTHING to celebrate!

An outdated monopoly protection racket, just got it’s protection in return for payments in Campaign Finance contributions… Pure and simple.

This is bad for the public, all the way around…

But at the same time, the same people cheering this, cheer for no tariffs on trade to America, but get offended when America treats foreign trade as American trade has been treated with targeted tariffs, to protest the targeted tariffs placed on American goods overseas.

We are supposed to buy cheap crap from China at a box retailer, who with their monopoly can raise prices, have artificially limited selection, and force us to take it or leave it, to pay for their incompetence.

Frankly, I think the tariff issue has allowed the people to say I will pay more to keep jobs in America, than pay less to get inferior products from China.

And if they have to pay more to get the product they want, at a price they can afford, in a more timely manner than shopping at a box retailer… with inferior options… I believe they will.

So who does this law REALLY punish?


But then to the rich they never mattered anyway…

Enjoy the higher priced toxic products from China that you are forced to buy, that you don’t even want.

And remember the people who told you this was a good thing…

In fact, never forget.

Even after people refuse to buy inferior products, and the same people who cheered this on, will be the same people telling us, why we MUST financially bailout the retail sector… for the good of the country, and how making you pay for something you don’t even want, that won’t last a year, so you have to buy it again next year, is the benefit of capitalism, and that we should all be grateful.


Utterly Disgusting!


Republicans for higher taxes… Jesus CHRIST!


What Do I See When I Watch This…

I see a generation of the youth, being led by parasitic, fanatical atheistic, narcissists…

young and old…. against the “patriarchy” that gave them a society of freedom, free will, and security… (Does THAT sound familiar!)

Turn that into a demonic state, where the most craven, immoral, and perverted, disgusting, despicable dregs of society, want to remake the world into the Hell they came from, and one day shall return to… after they have destroyed all that is good in and of and for society.

Do you think this cannot happen today? Do you think technology will save us…

Look at how the media is treating patriots who defend this country, create prosperity, and build up the character of our nation…

Now, look at what they want to destroy our nation, it’s people and all that is good and just that comes from it, in order to replace it with…

When I watch this I don’t see history…

I see our future…

I see Bernie Sanders…

Hillary Clinton…

Barack Obama (remember the last 8 years…)

The mainstream media…

The rich elite at the Bilderberg Group…

Wall St.

The bankers…

Our government…

Setting us up for our slaughter…

Just like what was done here…

The Christian Russians never thought this would happen to them.

The pacifist German Kulaks thought this never would happen to them.

America doesn’t think this will ever happen to them.

They don’t hear what the left is saying when they speak.

For they would have to know and understand history, in order to do so.

Know history.

Know what words mean.

And what they are trying to do.

And what the person saying them is trying to do to you… and what they want to take FROM you.

Don’t trust in the decency of people who are reprehensible and the literal worst of humanity.

Know what they are, what they are doing… for it is the same that they have done before.

The times have changed, the tactics have not…

Be aware, be AWAKE, listen, know what is coming…

And prepare to defend yourselves.

From the mobs sent to take everything from you, before they take everything OF you… and then let you die on their terms.

History REPEATS itself!

Learn history, learn the tactics used to destroy your nation.

And RESIST and FIGHT LIKE HELL before it is gone…

And there is no one left to take it back, because the mothers and fathers of the people who would have, had to EAT those children to live one more day in agony…

Our ignorance is our sentence, as our past becomes our prologue…




When The Media Use A Sledgehammer… You Don’t Have Any Choice!


Jesse & Kim are right…


They are separated by their parents, when their parents send them ALONE so that they can get citizenship… FUCK YOU, SIR! Cut off welfare to immigrants for one year, I DARE YOU!


The GOP will screw us and the President and do the Demonrats bidding…

Barack Obama 2015….


But ABC wouldn’t lie to serve a political agenda….



He’s right… the Demonrats OWN this. This is their mess…


The left only lies when their lips are moving…


Nailed it!


No sympathy… we already have homeless in America, we don’t need Mexico’s…!!!

So, where is the media outrage and campaign against locking up non violent drug offenders… and separating American citizens from their families, and sending them to prison where they can continue to abuse drugs, instead of detox in rehab?

15 percent of federal prison population is solely for drug related offenses…

Half of Hispanic prisoners were for drug offenses…

83,000 non citizens in federal prison population…

60 percent of those violent offenses murder/rape/robbery/assault…

13 percent drug related, 8 percent weapons/DUI…

THANK GOD we send people addicted to drugs to prison where IT’S EASY TO GET DRUGS!!!

There is over the top, then there is Mt. Everest. The MSM has gone stratospheric at this point and have left the planet, and left their credibility behind…. FOREVER!

Trump is literally Hitler, he’s improving the economy for citizens and putting more money in their pockets… JUST LIKE HITLER! ShreeeeK!!!

Shaun King, “OF COURSE!”

Will you hold the media accountable? Trump didn’t send the children… Dumbasses!

What did you expect?

She wants you to forget about this…

The Demonrat party is counting on you forgetting about this…



Open borders invites terrorism…

Read that. Then read that again… THEN READ THAT AGAIN!!!




I’m voting a straight GOP ticket… I’m not taking this shit anymore…


Juan will excuse anything… and demonize everything on the basis of partisanship. The tyranny of idiocy! He belongs on The Young Turks with Jimmy Dore…


Who will rein in the mob…



The Hidden Facts Of Illegal Immigration Still Matter…

Immigration will not help our unemployment problem…

It will keep those people out of the labor pool, and have them with less resources available to them, from the government, right when they need them…

1 in 4 people are currently unemployed…

3.2 million more people were uninsured in 2017, than 2016.

This is in spite of Obamneycare…

It simply wasn’t working as insurance, as it was intended to be nothing but a tax.

A tax on employment…

Some people were “too poor for Obamacare”

Did you EVER hear about THEM! I didn’t…

Every crime committed by an illegal, is a person that should not have been a victim. And is because their government failed them, just like it failed on 911.

Of course illegal immigrant activists, don’t want you to realize this… EVER!

Brother, can you spare $18.5 BILLION a year!

So, my benefits get CUT! But I get to pay for their health care!!!


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Wait! I’m paying for their benefits TOO!

AND I’m risking default paying school loans on disability income, AND I GET TO PAY FOR THEIR COLLEGE DEBT TOO!!!

Phil Murphy Signs Bill to Let Undocumented Immigrants Get College Financial Aid


“More than 43.7 million immigrants resided in the United States in 2016, accounting for 13.5 percent of the total U.S. population of 323.1 million, according to American Community Survey (ACS) data. Between 2015 and 2016, the foreign-born population increased by about 449,000, or 1 percent, a rate slower than the 2.1 percent growth experienced between 2014 and 2015.

Immigrants and their U.S.-born children now number approximately 86.4 million people, or 27 percent of the overall U.S. population, according to the 2017 Current Population Survey (CPS).

In 2016, 1.49 million foreign-born individuals moved to the United States, a 7 percent increase from the 1.38 million coming in 2015. India was the leading country of origin, with 175,100 arriving in 2016, followed by 160,200 from China/Hong Kong, 150,400 from Mexico, 54,700 from Cuba, and 46,600 from the Philippines. India and China surpassed Mexico in 2013 as the top origin countries for recent arrivals. Among the top countries of recent immigrants, many more Cuban born arrived in 2016 (54,700) compared to 2015 (31,500)—an increase of 74 percent. In contrast, Canadian arrivals dropped 19 percent: 38,400 in 2016, versus 47,300 in 2015.

In 2016, about 49 percent of immigrants (21.2 million) were naturalized citizens. The remaining 22.5 million included lawful permanent residents, unauthorized immigrants, and legal residents on temporary visas (such as students and temporary workers).

(Half don’t even bother to become citizens)

In 2016, almost 45 percent of immigrants (19.6 million people) reported having Hispanic or Latino origins.

(They are bum rushing the border)

In 2016, there were 26.1 million Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals ages 5 and older, representing less than 9 percent of the 303.3 million U.S. residents ages 5 and older. Spanish speakers accounted for 64 percent (16.6 million) of the LEP population.

(They don’t learn the language and don’t bother to assimilate…)

In 2016, 30 percent (11.5 million) of the 38.2 million immigrants ages 25 and older had a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared to 32 percent of U.S.-born adults. Notably, the share of college-educated immigrants was much higher—47 percent—among those who entered the country in the previous five years (between 2012 and 2016). At the other end of the educational spectrum, 29 percent of all immigrant adults lacked a high school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) certificate, compared to 9 percent of their U.S.-born counterparts.

(We are importing welfare, while telling American citizens theirs must be cut for Austerity… while we are expected to pay for theirs, and ours, and never receive what WE paid for!!!–But if this bothers you, YOU ARE RACIST!)

In 2016, the top five U.S. states by number of immigrants were California (10.7 million), Texas (4.7 million), New York (4.5 million), Florida (4.2 million), and New Jersey (2 million).

(Texas has no income tax, I wonder who pays for illegals there…)

Approximately 11.6 million Mexican immigrants resided in the United States in 2016, according to the ACS. Mexicans accounted for 26 percent of all U.S. immigrants, down from the peak of 30 percent in 2000.

Mexican immigrants are primarily concentrated in the West and Southwest, and more than half live in California or Texas. In 2016, the top five states of residence for Mexican immigrants were California (37 percent of all Mexican immigrants), Texas (22 percent), Illinois (6 percent), Arizona (4 percent), and Florida (2 percent).

In 2016, Mexicans accounted for more than half of the foreign-born population in New Mexico (69 percent), Texas and Arizona (55 percent each), and Idaho (51 percent). By contrast, Mexicans accounted for 2 percent or less of all immigrants in Hawaii (2 percent), Massachusetts (1.4 percent), and Maine (0.7 percent).

(Hawaii, Massachusetts and Maine are CLEARLY RACIST!)

About 69 percent of the 11.2 million immigrants from Mexico ages 16 and older were in the civilian labor force in 2016. This represents a higher labor force participation than for the overall foreign-born population ages 16 and older (66 percent of 41.8 million) and the native-born population ages 16 and older (62 percent of 216.2 million).

(They get welfare AND work…. I get to WORK to PAY for MY WELFARE, & I’m DISABLED!)

EMIF estimated that 96,000 immigrants crossed the country’s northern border in 2015—roughly 30 percent of the 323,000 recorded in 2013.

In 2016, approximately 56 percent of immigrants in the United States had private health insurance (compared to 70 percent of the U.S. born), and 30 percent had public health insurance coverage (compared to 36 percent of the native born). About 20 percent were uninsured, compared to 7 percent of the U.S. born.

Among the foreign born, noncitizens experienced a greater drop in the uninsured rate (from 46 percent to 32 percent) than naturalized citizens (from 16 percent to 8 percent).

In 2016, there were 28.4 million children under age 18 living in poor families (i.e., with family incomes below 200 percent of the federal poverty threshold). Of these, more than 9.1 million (or 32 percent) were children of immigrants.

(We are importing poverty)

In 2016, the top five states by the total number of children under age 18 living with immigrant parents were California (4.3 million), Texas (2.4 million), New York (1.5 million), Florida (1.3 million), and New Jersey (747,000). These five states accounted for 57 percent of all children with immigrant parents residing in the United States.

In fiscal year (FY) 2016, 1,183,505 people became lawful permanent residents (LPRs), also known as green-card holders, according to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) data.

Of the more than 1 million new green-card holders in 2016, 48 percent were immediate relatives of U.S. citizens, 20 percent entered through a family-based preference, and 12 percent via an employment-based preference. Another 13 percent adjusted from refugee or asylee status, and 4 percent were diversity lottery winners.

(But, we NEED WORKERS, well, that’s not why they come here…)

In FY 2016, 49,865 people received green cards as diversity immigrants, representing close to 4 percent of the 1 million new LPRs.

(Green Card Lottery)

In 2016, 42.7 million individuals entered the United States as I-94 nonimmigrants, on various temporary visas.

Temporary workers and trainees, as well as their spouses and children, accounted for 3.9 million admissions (about 5 percent of total I-94 admissions). This group includes H-1B “specialty occupation” workers, registered nurses, temporary agricultural and nonagricultural workers, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) professional workers, treaty traders, and intracompany transferees.

Students who entered to study at academic or vocational institutes made up close to 2 million admissions or about 3 percent of arrivals (this figure includes their family members). Exchange visitors on J-1 visas and their families accounted for another 1 percent of nonimmigrant admissions (or about 574,600).

According to the most recently available DHS estimates, 2 million foreign nationals on various temporary visas resided in the United States during 2015, up from about 1.8 million a year earlier. About 45 percent (930,000) were temporary workers and their families, followed by 770,000 foreign students and their families (38 percent).

President Trump halved the Obama administration’s FY 2017 admissions ceiling from 110,000 to 50,000, suspended all refugee admissions for 120 days, and limited admissions of refugees from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen. The administration also set the refugee ceiling at 45,000 for FY 2018, the lowest level since the program began in 1980.

According to State Department Worldwide Refugee Admissions Processing System (WRAPS) data, 53,716 refugees were resettled in FY 2017, a 37 percent drop compared to the 84,994 resettled in 2016. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Iraq, Syria, Somalia, and Myanmar (also known as Burma) were the primary countries of nationality, accounting for 63 percent (34,028) of all refugees resettled in 2017. Rounding out the top ten were Ukraine, Bhutan, Iran, Eritrea, and Afghanistan. Together, nationals of these ten countries comprised 89 percent (47,647) of all refugee arrivals in 2017.

In FY 2016, 20,455 individuals, including principal applicants and their spouses and/or unmarried children under age 21, were granted asylum after seeking protection upon or after arrival in the United States—a 22 percent drop from 26,124 a year earlier. An additional 5,490 individuals outside the United States were approved for asylum as immediate family members of principal applicants

China was the top country of origin for those receiving asylum, with 4,484 persons (or 22 percent of total asylum grants). The next four largest countries of origin were El Salvador (2,157), Guatemala (1,949), Honduras (1,505), and Mexico (919). Together, nationals of these five countries made up 32 percent of those receiving asylum in FY 2016.

An estimated 11.4 million unauthorized immigrants resided in the United States as of January 2012 compared to 11.5 million in January 2011, according to the most recent estimates issued by the DHS Office of Immigration Statistics. These results suggest little to no change in the unauthorized immigrant population from 2011 to 2012.

The Migration Policy Institute estimated 11 million unauthorized immigrants resided in the United States in 2014. More than half (54 percent) resided in four states: California (27 percent), Texas (13 percent), New York (8 percent), and Florida (6 percent). The vast majority (81 percent) lived in 171 counties with 10,000 or more unauthorized immigrants each, of which the top five—Los Angeles County, CA; Harris County, TX; Cook County, IL; Orange County, CA; and Queens County, NY—accounted for 21 percent of all unauthorized immigrants.

Mexico and Central America accounted for most unauthorized immigrants in the United States as of 2010-14, with MPI estimating about 7.9 million people in total (71 percent of the overall unauthorized population). About 1.5 million (13 percent) were from Asia; 673,000 (6 percent) from South America; 432,000 (4 percent) from Europe, Canada, or Oceania; 353,000 (3 percent) from Africa; and 232,000 (2 percent) from the Caribbean.

The top five countries of birth for unauthorized immigrants were Mexico (56 percent), Guatemala (7 percent), El Salvador (4 percent), Honduras (3 percent), and China (2 percent).

The DACA program, announced on June 15, 2012, offered a two-year grant of deportation relief and work authorization to eligible young unauthorized immigrants. Requirements for eligibility included:

  • being at least 15 years old;
  • having entered the United States before the age of 16;
  • having continuously resided in the United States since June 15, 2007;
  • being enrolled in school, having earned a high school diploma or its equivalent, or being an honorably discharged veteran; and
  • having not been convicted of a felony, significant misdemeanor, or three or more misdemeanors; or otherwise posing a threat to public safety or national security.

MPI estimates that as of 2017 approximately 1.3 million people met all criteria to apply, 408,000 met all criteria except for education, and 120,000 would be eligible upon turning 15 provided they remain in school.

The top states of residence for accepted initial applications were California (27 percent), Texas (16 percent), New York (6 percent), and Illinois and Florida (5 percent each). The top countries of origin were Mexico (78 percent), El Salvador (4 percent), Guatemala (3 percent), Honduras (2 percent), and Peru and Brazil (1 percent each).

(Why are we subsidizing Mexico’s economy with OUR TAX DOLLARS!)

Since President Trump took office, apprehensions at the Southwest border have been lower than in previous years. Between October 2017 and January 2018, the most recent period for which data are available, the U.S. Border Patrol apprehended 14,444 unaccompanied children (UACs) and 25,628 family units (defined as a parent, typically a mother, traveling with children) along the Southwest border. For comparison, this represented approximately 35 percent of unaccompanied children (41,435) and 34 percent of family units (75,622) apprehended in all of FY 2017, the previous fiscal year. In FY 2018, these children and families were primarily from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, or Mexico.

(Why are they sending their children, alone… oh, right, anchor babies!)

The number of total apprehensions increased by 15 percent from 2015 to 2016, but was still lower than in the earlier years of the Obama administration.  (READ THAT AGAIN!!!)

There were 530,250 apprehensions in 2016 and 462,388 in 2015 by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the two agencies within DHS responsible for the identification and removal of inadmissible noncitizens. By comparison, 796,587 apprehensions occurred in 2010 and 678,606 in 2011.

The Border Patrol reported 415,816 apprehensions in 2016 (78 percent of all apprehensions), a significant increase from 337,117 in 2015. Ninety-eight percent of Border Patrol apprehensions in 2016 occurred along the Southwest border.

Additionally, ICE made 114,434 administrative arrests in 2016 (22 percent of total apprehensions), marking the sixth continuous annual drop in interior apprehensions since 2010.

The leading countries of nationality of those apprehended in 2016 were Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. Nationals from these four countries comprised almost 93 percent of all apprehensions. Although Mexican nationals still constituted 50 percent of apprehensions in 2016, their number and share of total apprehension dropped to the lowest level in the past decade, amounting to roughly one-quarter of the 1.1 million Mexican apprehensions in 2005. In FY 2016, apprehensions of Salvadorans, Hondurans, and Guatemalans increased 54 percent, 44 percent, and 26 percent respectively compared to the previous year. The highest number of apprehensions for these three countries was recorded in FY 2014

There were an estimated 445,000 removals and returns in 2016, a decline of roughly 10,000 from 456,000 in 2015. The modest drop in repatriations in the context of increased apprehension during the same period reflects a lag between apprehension and repatriation for nationals of Northern Triangle countries, compared to Mexicans. The former group often have to go through the lengthy immigration court procedure associated with their asylum claims.

In 2016, removals represented 76 percent (340,056) and returns 24 percent (106,167) of the total. The former figure represents an increase from 2015 (326,962), reflecting the first year of increase since 2013, when deportation slowly dropped in part due to the shifted interior enforcement priority under later years of the Obama administration. At the same time, the number of returns has further declined, from roughly 1 million in 2006 to 106,167 in 2015 (the lowest since 1965), as the government has prioritized using the more formal removal process, which carries greater consequences if re-entry is attempted.

In 2016, 21.2 million immigrants were naturalized U.S. citizens, accounting for 49 percent of the total foreign-born population (43.7 million) and almost 7 percent of the U.S. population (323.1 million), according to ACS estimates.

From a historical perspective, naturalizations have increased dramatically in recent decades. On average, fewer than 120,000 LPRs became citizens each year between 1950 and 1969, 210,000 in the 1980s, 500,000 in the 1990s, and 680,000 during the 2000s. Between 2010 and 2016, the average annual number of naturalizations was about 713,000.

Naturalizations reached an all-time high in 2008, increasing 59 percent from 660,477 in 2007 to 1,046,539 in 2008. This came as a result of impending application fee increases and the promotion of U.S. citizenship in advance of the 2008 presidential elections.

(They ALWAYS crash the border in election years… depending on the Demonrats to KEEP THEM HERE!)

In 2016, 8,885 foreign-born military personnel naturalized as U.S. citizens—23 percent higher than in 2015 when 7,234 military personnel became Americans. Between 2002 and 2017, 114,080 foreign-born military personnel naturalized on U.S. soil. Another 11,372 became citizens overseas or aboard Navy ships.

(What if they are gang members…)

Of those who naturalized in 2016, 14 percent were born in Mexico (103,550), roughly 6 percent in India (46,188), and 5 percent each in the Philippines (41,285) and China (35,794). Immigrants from these four countries, together with those from Cuba (32,101), the Dominican Republic (31,320), Vietnam (24,848), Colombia (18,601), El Salvador (17,213), and Jamaica (16,772), comprised the top ten countries of birth for newly naturalized citizens in 2016. These ten countries accounted for 49 percent of the 753,060 new U.S. citizens that year.

In 2016, 53 percent of the newly naturalized lived in one of four states. California had the largest number of newly naturalized citizens, with 20 percent (151,830), followed by 12 percent each in New York (93,376) and Florida (88,764), and 8 percent in Texas (63,945).

Approximately 16 percent of those who naturalized in 2016 lived in the greater New York metropolitan area (122,156), followed by 8 percent each in the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area (61,950) and the greater Miami metro area (59,227). These areas, together with the greater Washington, DC (4 percent), and the greater Chicago, Houston, San Francisco, and Boston areas (about 3 percent each) were home to close to half (48 percent) of new U.S. citizens in 2016.

(They don’t assimilate, they converge in ethnic barrios in our largest cities…)

about 8.9 million of the 13.2 million green-card holders residing in the United States on January 1, 2014 were eligible to naturalize.

Two types of backlogs impact the issuance of green cards. The first is due to visa availability. The government caps employment-based permanent visas for foreign workers and their families at 140,000 per year worldwide (a cap that has remained unchanged since 1990). Family-sponsored preferences are limited to 226,000 visas per year. Also, no country can receive more than 7 percent of the total annual number of family-sponsored and employment-based visas (approximately 25,600 visas).

The second type of backlog is due to processing delays of applicants’ documents, which is related to government processing capacity as well as increased background and criminal checks.

In February 2018, the U.S. government was still processing some family-sponsored visa applications dating to October 1994, and some employment-related visa applications from December 2006.

For example, an application filed 22 years ago by a U.S. citizen to sponsor an unmarried adult child from Mexico is potentially just now being processed in February 2018. Similarly, an application filed 24 years ago by a U.S. citizen sponsoring a sibling from the Philippines is possibly only now being processed. However, recent years have witnessed dramatic reductions in the backlogs for certain categories of immigrants, particularly the immediate family members (spouses and children) of permanent residents.

Another useful indicator to understand the waiting times is the number of people whose documents are on hold because there are no immigrant visas available for a given family/employment preference or a given country of origin. According to data on the petitions submitted to the State Department, there were about 4.1 million applicants (including spouses and minor children) who were on the waiting list as of November 1, 2017. The overwhelming majority were family-sponsored applicants (3.9 million, which includes the principal applicant and their immediate family members). About 112,000 were employment-sponsored applicants and their families.


Of the overall 4.1 million applicants, 1.3 million were citizens of Mexico, followed by those from the Philippines (356,000) and India (316,000). What these data do not show is the number of family- and employment-based prospective immigrants who are waiting to adjust their status to lawful permanent resident from within the United States. To MPI’s knowledge, the number of people awaiting green cards from within the United States has not been published by USCIS. In other words, the overall number of people waiting for a green card—within and outside of the United States—is larger than the 4.1 million reported by the State Department.” (DACA)

Gang activity IN THE MILITARY was increasing in 2007, and in 2011…


The Demonrats and the Demonrat/RINO/NEVER TRUMP MSM sure love anybody who isn’t from this country. In fact, they hate people of and FROM this country SO BAD that they are importing criminals, gangs, and giving welfare to illiterate child abusers, and letting them JOIN THE MILITARY!!! while you are expected to pay for it, with your benefits you worked and were taxed for, and in taxes, and in forced unemployment and under employment, and thanks to Workfare, YOU have to work for FREE for your benefits from government, while they get benefits for NOT WORKING, and can even do cash jobs while getting welfare that YOU PAY FOR, while you can’t get benefits, unemployment  and welfare, you were taxed and PAID FOR!

(Thank Republicans for this one… First Demonrats increase the competition for low end jobs, then the GOP cuts off and limits your ability to get benefits you were taxed and paid for, right when you need them… Tell me again how there is NO bipartisanship in Washington DC!!!)


Even the wannabe parties want to do worse…

The question is, WHEN they stab us in the back, like they always do… even if it’s just with DACA… what will you do, to stand up for yourself, and your family, and your children, so that they have the same opportunity you had, that they can’t even imagine…

… and that the fascist/socialist/communist left, the elite right, the corporate libertarians, and the shameless supine atheistic/theocratic dogmatic, scapegoating mainstream media don’t even think YOU or THEY deserve!



The Rebel Media Virus Is Rancid


How Rebel Media became Zionist propaganda…

(Tommy Robinson is a Zionist plant…)

Send to Ezra Levant….