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"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"Policy. Yeah, we have several cases that are working their way through the courts. One in particular is Biden's ice enforcement priorities. When he came into office, he pretty much gutted ice's ability and ice is our immigration authorities on the interior of the United States. Once people get past the border patrol on the border, ice is who would arrest elite legal aliens and criminal aliens in the country. Basically, Biden says you can't. You can't enforce the law against pretty much anyone. And we took him to court and thankfully we got a preliminary injunction against that enforcement memo. So that case is we got the preliminary injunction in that case is still working its way through the courts on the merits. Recently there was a hearing this year on that and we're waiting on a decision there. Texas sued to keep to force the administration to continue building the border wall. Congress has appropriated all this money to build the border. And we have the material sitting on the ground resting out there in Texas and other places. And Biden is paying contractors not to build the wall. So there's that lawsuit out there. He started out the Central American miners program, so called cam program again, where he's processing miners down in Central America. Hey, you want to come to the states? We'll just process you right here and fly you up into the United States. That lawsuit's working its way through the courts. We want a victory here recently on the COVID title 42. He wasn't enforcing it against the UAC's last month. We received a preliminary injunction against Biden not enforcing that against the USC's UAC's and we have several lawsuits that I really can't talk about at the moment that we're working with our state partners on that are that we're about ready to file regarding some of the other abuses that the Biden administration is engaged in. All right. Before we go though, how do people get in if they want to find out more about the immigration reform law institute? How do they do that and how can they help? Well, you can find us on the web at WWW dot IRI dot org. And then you can find us on Twitter app early law that's IRL LI law. We're on Facebook also most of the social media sites. We are not for profit funded by the public. So we're supported by the generous donations of everyday Americans. So that's one way people can get involved. If they would like to support us and I would just encourage people not to sit back and just watch the destruction, but get involved let your voice be heard. Not only at the ballot box, but join those school boards as we saw how important it is. You need to be involved in your community. You know, run for elected office. We need good people that believe in American what we stand for. Dale, thanks for being with us today. I wish that there was a better picture to play on the board of there's not everybody, this border is a crisis, don't let the mainstream media's lack of attention to it. Give you any indication that it is not. And frankly, it's getting worse and right now we have, you know, we have a little just a little under three years left of the Biden administration. To deal with it and they're going to fight this tooth and nail, hopefully we can get some control back in Congress, but again, that's still going to be a longer issue as we go. But Dale, thanks for letting everybody know about what's going on and we appreciate you being part of the podcast. Well, thank you for having me. Finding the right person for the job isn't easy. Just ask someone who hired a monster truck driver to deliver pizza. And the neighbors are going wild. You can hear that engine from a mile away, Fran. And he's foregoing the driveway and heading right up the lawn and over the azaleas. What a power move. But if you've got an insurance question, you can always count on your local Geico agent. They can bundle your policies which could save you hundreds. With 6 foot tires in a roll cage, this pizza guy could quite literally crush the competition. For expert help with all your insurance needs visit Geico dot com slash local today.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"All right, hey everybody. Great show today. One of the biggest problems we've got going on right now and it's the least reported problem that we have right now is the problem we're having on the border. Our southern border. Well, I guess it depends on if it's a problem depending on your perspective because on Dallas, not a it's not a problem to the Biden administration. In fact, the Biden administration, if you judge by vice president Harris, has no idea where the southern border is, much less wanting to fix it. As ranking member of the House judiciary committee and being on that committee for a long time, our primary focus in our committee was immigration law and I can tell you that what's going on on the border right now is a travesty. What is happening is the national security risk and we are in we've got to fix this. And the mainstream media will not talk about this. We're going to have a chance to talk today about our immigration problem and I'm excited to have Dale Wilcox from here from immigration reform law institute. Got a good friend of both of ours, Tom hollands, who's been on this show many times in Tom and I go back a long ways, let's just say, as you well know, folks here listen to podcast Tom's a little bit passionate about this issue. So he works with this group and Dale and his group have been out show fighting in the front lines this bringing lawsuits against the Biden administration winning these lawsuits. And I just want to put it today this we get are able to use your listening to this podcast. I want you to put a perspective on just how bad our southern border has become and a little less than 14 months. He's getting ready to get worse. So welcome Dale, glad to have you as part of the podcast today. Let's get started. First talk about your organization and what y'all do and how it affects this. Sure. We've been around since 1986 and we are the only not for profit law firm in the country that focuses solely on immigration issues. And we come at this from a rule of law point of view, there are battalion of attorneys on the other side of the issue. In the ACLU, the sblc and I could go on and on and on, who are for or against borders and would prefer to fling open the doors and just let anyone in. And we are the only group that is for pro enforcement of the law. And during Trump's administration over his four years, we filed more than a 180 court briefs all around the country. So we were every time you saw a lawsuit pop up by the ACLU at all. We were there and defending the administration. We have several program programs in our in our group. Principally are a law firm and we litigate, but also importantly during the Trump administration, they rewrote a lot of regulations that put Americans first. And we were there helping them write those regulations and then when they were called for notice and comment, we found comments on those regulations, defending them in court, so we were very busy during the Trump years because the opposition had lost their minds. And we're suing him left and right. And liberal courts getting wins in the lower courts. But thankfully, when we got up to the courts of appeal and the Supreme Court, we won most cases. And then now we find ourselves in a very different situation where Biden has taken the most secure border that has existed in my lifetime and probably the history of the United States. And has wrecked it. And as you stated in very short order, we now have a crisis on the border. So we have gone from defending great policies, policies that worked under the Trump administration to today, we are assuming the Biden administration for dumping those policies that worked..
Dale Wilcox: Getting to Know the Immigration Reform Law Institute
"All right, hey everybody. Great show today. One of the biggest problems we've got going on right now and it's the least reported problem that we have right now is the problem we're having on the border. Our southern border. Well, I guess it depends on if it's a problem depending on your perspective because on Dallas, not a it's not a problem to the Biden administration. In fact, the Biden administration, if you judge by vice president Harris, has no idea where the southern border is, much less wanting to fix it. As ranking member of the House judiciary committee and being on that committee for a long time, our primary focus in our committee was immigration law and I can tell you that what's going on on the border right now is a travesty. What is happening is the national security risk and we are in we've got to fix this. And the mainstream media will not talk about this. We're going to have a chance to talk today about our immigration problem and I'm excited to have Dale Wilcox from here from immigration reform law institute. Got a good friend of both of ours, Tom hollands, who's been on this show many times in Tom and I go back a long ways, let's just say, as you well know, folks here listen to podcast Tom's a little bit passionate about this issue. So he works with this group and Dale and his group have been out show fighting in the front lines this bringing lawsuits against the Biden administration winning these lawsuits. And I just want to put it today this we get are able to use your listening to this podcast. I want you to put a perspective on just how bad our southern border has become and a little less than 14 months. He's getting ready to get
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"$158 million contract for legal services for unaccompanied undocumented miners to the same group the very institute of a left wing advocacy group that backs defunding the police criminal justice and bail reform and releasing illegal aliens from ice detention As I've said on many many occasions they've destroyed ice Through the back door Without having to remove its funding talked about this many times same of the border patrol The contract is now at a 164 million as an additional 6 mill was obligated by HHS and just the last week They could reach a 198 million So the Soros funded and backed group is receiving hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars From the Biden administration this group has supported defunding the police and Psaki gets up there in front of those fraud reporters except for the deuce And talks about how Biden supports funding the police while they're backing an organization that supports defunding the police Of the 164 million HHS obligated 64 million in COVID-19 relief funds for the legal representation of undocumented a company miners So they took money out of the COVID fund where we were all told it's absolutely key We must have it And moved it over To assisting illegal aliens and their legal representation What do you think about that The very institute of justice is a behemoth progressive nonprofit based on New York City well over a $140 million budget which they used to fund a slate of progressive causes and initiatives across the country Says Jason Hopkins and investigative associated with the immigration reform law institute whether that be criminal justice reform bail reform and also immigration So your money is going to back left wing front groups That are pushing agendas that you reject The Department of Justice also awarded contracts to this group to fund legal.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Superintendent Fucker County Public schools tends to light up our phone, bored without me, even asking, and it's certainly House and I will get your responses in a moment and I'll give you my impression as well. My head's still swimming a little bit by it honestly. And I don't think it's me. I don't think it's me and I don't think it's you We'll get to that coming up in a bit. Also J. Christian Adams, president, general counsel, Public Interest Legal Foundation, newly appointed to the United States Commission on civil rights. We will speak with him about his new appointment by President Trump and what he hopes to achieve in that position. That's all coming up. Remember last year around this time last year when the Montgomery County Council got real excited about defying ice and thumbing their nose of the Trump administration and putting in place there's sanctuary policies that they didn't call sanctuary policies, But they were thanks. Policies condemning and prohibiting the Montgomery County police from cooperating with federal officials. Even when apprehending violent criminals who are in this country illegally. We participated in a protest out in front of the Rockville, location of the county executive Hundreds and hundreds of Montgomery County residents came out to voice their disapproval. Within a week. They had modified their policy. We were told We were told that they said. OK, OK, OK, OK for we are going to communicate with ice and we'll give them a heads up before we're not going to let him into the jail, But we'll give them a heads up before we release someone. That's what they told us a year ago. And yet we keep hearing these stories of people who are released and then go on to commit more crimes. Well, what really is the policy here? Thanks to our friends at the Immigration Reform Law Institute. They've been investigating this and they've come up with some shocking Information. Joining us right now to share it with you is the former acting director of ice and a senior fellow at the immigration Reform Law Institute. Tom Homan, director home and thank you for joining us, Sir, We appreciate it. I read this press release that came out with this study, and it is despicable is that there was one sex offender, second degree rape and sexual abuse. Criminal suspect, who was released with 28 minutes noticed ice called ice with 28 minutes. Notice. Yeah, you know, and it's just ridiculous because I know how jails operate. I port in jails. When when decision is made to release somebody, it could take hours to process that first out of custody. So this was a blatant attempt is smoking mirrors. That's what they're doing. They're still not cooperating. What? How they should be cooperating. It was some of that type of criminal history. You would want to give isis much time as possible and and ensure ensure that he's taken into custody by releasing a public safety threat. Back into the public is just ridiculous. And again. These are people who have valid ice detainers against them. Isis going through all of the proper legal. Ah, frame works here to make sure that everything is done properly. In accordance with the Constitution. It's Montgomery County who is forcing these criminals back onto the streets. Well, your McGary courage is an argument that containers aren't constitutionally acceptable, which you understood Seventh District Fifth District Court of the arcane, constitutionally legal, but they couldn't The question is at what point does you know? Commissioner Rich and jail take responsibility for knowingly some of public safety threat back talking, but I don't have to. When Congress wrote the I A, they wrote In law. What retainer isn't detainers vibe and say, Well, we simply for criminal war, the process that it doesn't exist. That is not the way art all measures set this up. But they refused to admit that your tears are accepted by most law enforcement across the country. It's only the liberal Farland cities are fighting, you know, fighting ice in this most sheriffs except retainers, as is and agree that When we lost your signal's dropping out their director home when you're sick Signal's dropping out there. If you can get in one location. If it's possible that be great. Otherwise I understand it's it's mobile. Can I ask you because you were the former acting director of ice. You know the infrastructure. You know how things work. This often comes up when we have these conversations, knowing that the regional office is in Baltimore. Why can't ice just set up a de facto location in Montgomery County? We're not going to change Montgomery County. They are who they are, but we got to keep the bad guys off the streets. Why can't we just put in a temporary location for ice so that they're right there? Well, number one that she already said mean the Bell was already said he's down, Get my space. Any facilities, But as far as I get silly, nearby, I am told are working on that. Okay, So bottom line is, you know it, but they shouldn't have to know. Why wouldn't a law enforcement officer want to keep a public safety threat? The public. It's just It just makes sense, you know and look every citizen rate. She's told that we committed no offence and his long is going to recommend events in a very community, which he lives, which is an immigrant community. If you look at the eight rates of illegal areas in that county when they didn't call, it settles this little immigrants. Well, tell me how that policy protect your immigrant community. You put greater risk your crime before ice at greater responsible, not adore. It just doesn't make sense. This county's to step up and do the right thing for the taxpayers. So when the members of the county Council and when Marko Rich the county executive when they respond, and they say, Hey, we're giving it to the worst offenders to the sex abuse offenders that violent criminals were giving notice. You're saying Tom Holman? The data suggests that that's a complete and total lie. It's not real notice. No, they're gonna They're spoken there. They may give notice, but they can call minute ahead of time. They know they can't respond. They know where Isis there. They know Isis were bad guys all across the county. I can sit on her front doorstep. They know that. Where they need to take the effort to say, Okay, this kind of public safety threat. He's been convicted of a serious sexual offense. If we have an option to release into the street or release into a federal law enforcement who has legal story came to remove him from the country, not just not just from the community from the country. You would think a Long forces agency would say, I'm going to do that. You would think the county commissioner's number one responsibility is to protect his community would do that. This is on them. This is non cooperation is smoking. There's and final question Tom Home and Our guest is Tom home and senior fellow for the Immigration Reform Law Institute. As a brand new report out today, called 28 minutes to apprehend a predator gets only they only gave ice 28 minutes. In one case for sex abuse. Ah accused rapist In your mind. What would be the appropriate amount of notice?.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on KTRH
"Sponsored by hoops Steam cleaning in the top story this hour, President Trump He is on the warpath, criticizing voting by mail and how corrupt it can become. He suggested in a tweet. Maybe it would take a delayed election to be a better alternative. Three question marks, he said. President. Trump says he doesn't want to delay the 2020 presidential election. But he also doesn't wanna wait months to get the results, either. He's also taking a new tack when it comes to mail in voting, saying voter fraud isn't just a concern for the future, he says. It's already widespread across America. But I also don't want to have to wait three months and then find out that the ballots are all missing. And the election doesn't mean anything. The other big reason mail in ballots or if he he claims they're right for foreign interference from Russia and China. They say they get involved in our elections. This is easy. You can forge balance. This is much easier for foreign countries, but governors across the country, including key battleground states of winning a push ahead with male and Dallas Yeah, And even this morning, the president still not backing down. He's got everybody talking about it. That was Fox's Gillian Turner reporting. Is 7 33 Now that old saying those in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. But Democrats They forgot in it if they ever knew it in the first place. Here's Katie rages close. Saunders live with that They're trying to sell you that President Trump wouldn't accept the loss in November in the hood with the Travis County Republican Party, says Democrats seem to forget They haven't accepted what happened in 2016. Both things rarely happen. It's just ah, conspiratorial thinking on the level of Russian collusion that weapons to come known for. And it's sickening, saying Democrats should be more concerned at November might play out exactly like the disaster they had in 2016 did the Democrats have more to lose When your guy's not in the White House? They're certainly going to mud and growing and complain all the way up to it, ending that, even though Trump supporters might not like the rhetoric, especially on Twitter, they do like how he governs. Well, they're ah, lots of complaints still about foreign interference in our election. But you might point out that maybe the biggest threat of foreign interference would be from Illegals. We're voting here. By law, illegal immigrants are not allowed to vote, but their presence can decide congressional districts and shape the electoral map. They are foreigners and their determining how many representatives states get in Congress and how many electoral votes they get. That is a kind of foreign interference. Christopher Hayek with the Immigration Reform Law Institute, says non citizens should not have any political power in our country. No sense have illegal aliens been accepted by the United States as only allegiance to it. President Trump has ordered illegals not be counted. Deciding congressional districts, but liberal states or challenging him in court. Cory Olson, NewsRadio 7 40 Reach Our news time now is 7 34 Last month, Governor Greg Abbott forced bars to shut down if 51% or more of their profits were coming from alcohol. You know they didn't qualify his restaurants. Well Beer garden at the beer garden, saying Arnold's had to close because they counted all of their beer sales across the state What they shipped out that was crazy. Well, it was just crazy. It was now because of this has been allowed to open back up again, and owner Brock Wagner telling our TV partner Channel to it's really because of you. I would estimate that thousands. Maybe tens of thousands of people emailed the governor on this. I think it really got his attention. Well, yeah, unintended consequences, Wigner said. Had he not been allowed to reopen that beer garden..
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Radio app. We having a good Monday. Last things going on, There is definitely news out of the Supreme Court. And I'm not gonna spend much time on that today because there is more to come tomorrow, obviously very, very closely watched decision with regard to the president's tax returns. S o tomorrow afternoon. We're actually gonna be joined by Ah legal analyst who has significant experience of litigating cases, not to December of the ones that That that we're decided today. Brad Ben Brooke. Local attorney will join us tomorrow and talk about all things Supreme Court because it's there is some news being made clearly, and I'll tell you that. The president's tax return question looks to me like it's going to come down. I would not be surprised to see a split, where for criminal investigation, criminal prosecution purposes. In meeting the threshold for a warrant. There may be cases in which those could be made public for that sole purpose. Um That. Of course, there would be expectations as Teo confidentiality on that. As for the congressional Ah, reach on the tax returns of the president any president, I think it's highly improbable. We'll know. Tomorrow We'll have the answer to that. We'll get into the some of the the background on this. We work our way through the program tomorrow. Anytime we get a lot of things to get to today, this jumped out at me. There is obviously there's some changes in recent days. Regarding immigration and customs enforcement, because right now there is a there is the ability to toe actually get a visa specifically to for the purpose of attending school in the United States, and they are widely used. Not a not a does not seem to be a particularly difficult threshold to meet to get those visas. I believed in F one visa. And if you spend any time in any universities in state of California, you have certainly seen an abundance of people, especially back in the 19 seventies and eighties, not to date myself. But it was very obvious that you had a significant number of Ford instead. Foreign students studying on California campuses So and of course, I'm sure that's replicated across the country. But what has happened now is ice has announced. That that because so many students Are not going to be attending physically attending classes not showing up to class because of the shutdown of the classes because of The covert 19 virus. The decision on the part of ice immigrations and custom enforcement. Is to exercise the regulation that could result in the deportations of internal students on those F one visas. And they say, Ah, this I mean, it looks as though that's the plan. This is the announcement was made earlier this week. So what has happened as a result of that is hundreds of students at the University of California, Berkeley. No doubt we have alarms in the audience are planning Teo to create an in person course. Solely to circumvent new U S Immigration and Customs Enforcement law. And so that's what this group has come up with there. They there. It's a bogus class by any. I think any reasonable fair analysis is not a legitimate class it would be taught by would be taught by students, not teachers. It was thrown together very quickly, and they actually let their thoughts be known. The plan with clearly would run a foul of immigration law. If enacted in his current form, was actually put together in just two hours after I CE announced Monday that foreign students in the country are required to take some in person instruction. Or they will not be allowed to Ah, legally remain in the country. And there there is a basic fundamental element of reasonableness. Their right. The the reason for allowing students to come to the U. S on these F one visas is to attend class. If you can attend that class now from anywhere in the world, Elektronik Lee Does that obviate the need for that visa If they're going to be no in person classes, no legitimate in person classes. Is that a reasonable determination for ice to make So now these students air, creating a one unit in person student run class to help international students avoid deportation. On bears actually, a post, a Berkeley urban studies student wrote in a now deleted tweet. Saying I love my school. Sometimes the tweet was shared more than 25,000 times before it was taken down at linked a longer Facebook post stating that a member of the Berkeley community had quote found a faculty member. Who will sponsor this end quote. The Facebook Post clearly declared that the proposed course was not intended to serve a broader educational purpose for the student body and is on ly for students who are international and need a physical component to remain in the United States. A syllabus was being drafted, according to the post. The Post also stated that the course would likely be run through an answer and through the anthropology department, although the specifics of the courses, substance and subject matter did not appear to concern Most of the students discussing the matter online. The duplicity of this case is staggering, says Dale Wilcox, executive director and general counsel of the Immigration Reform Law Institute. Is. Is there all too eager to aid foreign nationals envoy in avoiding compliance with our federal immigration laws? They also rely on on expect millions of federal government dollars to underwrite their operations, including Bloated administration faculty salaries. The Trump Administration should explore all options. Tio hold colleges accountable for this conduct. So, says Dale Wilcox again, he's the executive director and general counsel. Of the Immigration Reform Law Institute. So it seems obvious on his face. And and I understand that there is ah, strong desire on the part of people all around the world to get to the United States of America and F one visa has been a reliable means by which to accomplish that. Ah, but now that the classes are no longer being held in person. The curriculum, if they're studying has now transition because of covert 19 To online learning..
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on KTRH
"Takes the case and agrees that would end sanctuary policies all over the country Christopher Hey Jack with the immigration reform law institute says the High Court has consistently over ruled lower courts some of the cases the court will decide against the ministration but I think generally the effect in the end will be to reestablish the president's power over this area the Supreme Court is taking up six immigration cases since its current term began last fall Kory Oleson newsradio seven forty KTRE church I do so I'm now five oh seven U. S. our government continues to prepare for corona virus as the number of cases does continue to grow now vice president Mike pence who has president Donald trump's coronavirus task force says common sense practices are your best defense this is a time to use common sense good time to wash your hands end of but this time of year that's always a good decision yeah there are over eighty cases now of corona virus diagnosed in the United States six deaths and all those deaths have been in Washington state and they have been elderly people seventies and eighties with complication right Facebook taking a pass on south by southwest this year the annual festival in Austin starts in ten days but this year coronavirus concerns having some serious impacts on would be attendees Twitter also announced over the weekend is gonna be skipping the event out of the same concerns five oh eight is our time Houston Rockets snapped a six game winning streak with a one twenty five one twenty three loss to the Knicks in New York James harden led all the scorers had thirty five points the team returning home to face the clippers on Thursday catch all your rockets action on sports talk seven ninety I'm sure a fryer and uses news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty KTRE H. I heart radio now the number one app for podcasting and the best way to listen to newsradio seven forty KTRE everywhere you go it is the final nine here in Houston's morning news there's so many rumors even here in Houston about the growth of iris that ready Harris dot org has put a page up gold rumor control where the tackle some of these things are including is it true that some other breaks university has the virus which lets a person Rice University currently self quarantine under the guidance of Harris County public health however we do not know that they actually have the corona virus the nother rumor that's been going around people in Houston have tested positive after coming into contact with the visitor from China in an isolation ward not true it is unsafe to travel to China down in Houston due to the corona virus no seriously the the things that people buy into is pretty amazing not true an employee at a business in Chinatown is tested positive for the corona virus not true I should wear a mask to protect myself as we've already learned I'm mark they gonna happen people traveling to the US from China are bringing in the corona virus also false the flu vaccine to protect me against the court of iris no it can't in the in the list goes on from there yeah again you know there must be a lot of it going around that they feel compelled to put a page up but they have again it's at ready Harris dot org under remote control five ten and see I know time for traffic.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"I think one of the reasons the dams also push for this impeachment enquiring what was not only to get rid of Donald Trump which is never going to happen but I think was also to hasten the elimination of Biden from the race and to give the Elizabeth Warren greater momentum towards the nomination think about it he looks bad here's retention of faxes articulation is bad now this circumstances it make it look like it it gives the perception to some maybe many but that he is a crock. when vice president he was going to look at things it makes a son look like okay he was a great color by and where is hunter Biden wisely defending his death. where is he. well this is all going to end you know what are they going to get it the spin machine has been amazing this morning Adam Schiff he's been on the televised media spinning like a whirling dervish yellow and in one PM there's going to be much going on a one PM there's a press conference scheduled with the present United States we know how that goes I mean it maybe it'll happen in one maybe it'll happen at one thirty but that will bring it to you also congressman Devin newness who is the ranking member of the Intel committee in the former chairman of man he's in the right in the middle of this he's right in the thick of this by the Ukrainian scandal so big big day big big day and right in the middle of all of this and maybe indirectly related to it we find some rankings by the immigration reform law institute the I. R. L. hi is there sometimes referred to in the news the I. R. L. high has rated every congressional district in the United States of America and within these rankings they've also rated the top ten worst sanctuary cities slash congressional districts in the USA and the number one. district city in that category is that district the belongs to drum roll. house speaker Nancy Pelosi. number one worst district and the rest of the top ten quite. Jack double all led by some of the country's most colorful characters which I guarantee you're going to be doing for reelection with all this is happening right now. yeah. I'm getting back to Edward impeachment doggone it you know there are polls out there at Monmouth university what a P. act there's Gallup there's there's of NBC wallstreet journal there's ABC Washington post they're all over the place the majority of the respondents in these polls they do not want impeachment and that includes the majority of Democrats as well they don't want so why this is such a big vehicle you know and they should have really put the brakes on before you know this this or they're really doing all of this before this this document was released it didn't make any sense the timing was horrible. you know to roll this out but yeah anyway. can I say I'm just as frustrated as everybody else because I just I don't get their methodology I don't understand what they're trying to do every there so confused their own hatred is blinding them through their timing yeah like the president said this whole thing with the impeachment requirement. inquiry is great for his reelection campaign it's good for that but it's bad for the country. and it's been great for the money that he's dragging into his campaign. you're not keep dragging this all back to the Ukrainian noise on the save that for later but. it's just so big. it's so big in yesterday all this needle me accusing me of being so arrogant all the issues and come on one of the callers was so upset with the whistle blower the whistle blower. and they felt that this particular whistle blower walked on water which is convinced this individual was. well just as pure as the driven snow I was doing god's work and followed every rule in the book and was noble with every intention and I told the caller that the whistle blower had admitted that he or she did not hear the phone call in question. that's a big one isn't it it's a big one and they didn't know how to respond he will and. now this is in the media they're they're admitting it and and the White House there's the domestic intelligence the F. B. I.'s involved they're telling us the whistle blower and I want to pick my language I want to be fair I want to be careful here but they're saying there is evidence that the whistle blower had political bias for another quote rival candidate. okay whatever that means a rival candidate. and the one caller yesterday who would not cited source insisted that the whistle blower was hired by the trump campaign well excuse me the trump administration. so this would give you the impression. that this individual was of a loyal insider you know that heard this sorted phone call became disillusioned could not keep this hidden any longer had to tell the proper authorities and you know the scenario here right I just got the best couldn't sleep all. well now get some indication from the FBI but this person was not a problem higher okay belong to somebody else but it wasn't Donald Trump mac Miller this is been confirmed yet I want to be fair but there is more information now than what we had before so all of this will come out soon and we'll know exactly who this person is this person wants to be talking to Congress soon so we'll get the whole four one one and that's it all right. I want to start off with something that I will I find I mean I could have predicted it most of you could have predicted it the great Climent emergency but it's been console consuming in the media and with the U. N.. the trotting out of all of these brilliant children who are weather so violence you know the soothsayers of the great future that is before us in the end is near. they've gotten so much press. well with all this noise of these kids are made and the Hollywood who just thinks Gaga over this specially this one Swedish girl more than five hundred scientists many of great note professionals from the climate industry. they rolled out a letter to the U. N. that basically says shop. there is no climate emergency he's scaring people for no reason they've done this before four five years ago was the same thing shot up. here you in what you do you don't know what you're talking about. you know they're they're really upset about all the brain washing that's going on here well and these five hundred weather experts it'll tell you some Ammar they really took his sixteen year old Swedish weather's about apart. zero they took her words the task they ripped her words the shreds they accused her of duping the public and it'll scare us all. you know moving this all towards is full of hysteria and apps curing every fact that came out of her mouth. and you know really playing with history dangerously I love the story I love it because it's finally throwing some proper light on all of this because there's been no push back there's been no questions from the media about what these people are saying you know you you mentioned this but yet we hear this is true can you please elaborate on where you're getting your information from you anything to question some of the stuff that we put Eric. contradicts what we've always her. but it's a great story and I need to share it with you I well on newstalk five eighty one of five nine KM Jay this the rampant show I.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on KTRH
"Danger because if you make it here you will not be allowed in. you will be promptly returned he also pledged support for those oppressed in Venezuela calling Nicolas Maduro a quote Cuban puppet in New York City Tonya dry powers fox news is now seven oh five there is new research that shows the number of illegal aliens in the U. S. has hit a new record and here's Kate your age is close Saunders live with that new number showing fourteen point three million illegals are here which is a jump of about two million since twenty seventeen David ray with the federation for American immigration reform tells KJRH why these numbers have skyrocketed surges of migrants selected numerous widely publicized care of bands combined with the judicial ruling known as the floor as a man of course catch and release the DHS this week said they're ending that program which ray sees as a positive step ending catch and release will be a game changer in terms of our ability to regain control of illegal immigration catch and release has been the jet fuel behind the current border server which is costing you the taxpayer about a hundred thirty two billion dollars a year. unbelievable number of unaccompanied children entering the United States has grown to historic levels to Norman E. Adams of Texas for sensible immigration policies as never before had they seen so many unaccompanied children arriving at the border. a bunch of children showed up without any adults and I'm certain that the kids have been used as a are you in front of a donkey the terrible situation. yeah I get the kids here and then you have to let someone in now what you gonna do he says he wants Congress to pass immigration reform that is sensible but they're too busy doing other things. meantime the president he's working what he can big changes coming for asylum seekers who were coming from El Salvador trump administration says it struck a deal with the central American country similar to one already in place for Guatemala Mike has been with the immigration reform law institute says they'll be sent back to also it or to wait an asylum hearing or sit in whatever country they passed through before the U. S. silent speaker if they transited that country they would have to apply for asylum there and be rejected before they can move on to the border Mrs trump is doing with only been talked about for decades it's very interesting actually to see a president use his foreign affairs and diplomatic powers in a way to achieve administratively a fix to this unprecedented right X. argue though that el Salvador's too dangerous to send people back Nick cranky **** newsradio seven forty KTRE news time seven oh eight traffic.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Rancho any of seven seventy KTTV to ninety four point five FM on the greater East Side king county sheriff Mitzi Jo Hank Nick is being investigated for granting a vacation carryover quest of eighteen days that's worth about ten thousand dollars in pay to an employee that helped her in her campaign to become sure if this all according to a report from our sister station car radio on the door a monsoon shown other report says Joe hate me to approve the request to carry the excess hours from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen for now under sure Scott summers shortly after becoming king county sheriff back in January of twenty eighteen is request had been previously denied by the former sheriff John card joining me exclusively to respond is sheriff Mitzi joined the church thank you so much for coming on thanks so did you give then captain Scott summers special consideration because he helped her campaign not because they help my campaign absolutely not I gave consideration for a couple of things first the first thing was that after we won the campaign we had a very short window of about six weeks to transition and have some heads of of the department so during that time I was not getting any corporation from the former sheriff and so it made the job a little bit more difficult to interview a bunch of people and do the work of the department aired on January first when I took office second reason is that since undersheriff summers did assist on the campaign I was really concerned when his leave was denied but an HR managers leave was a carryover request was approved not H. R. manager resigned at the beginning of the year but that I will my concern was that this that the former sheriff actions could be retaliatory I took them as being retaliatory for Mister summers working on my campaign and are off duty time and so in order to avoid potential litigation on that it was just the appropriate for me as a new sure to make the change and a grant his request in a scene some of the documentation provided in all of this during the investigation center of some some information back to the person investigating you made the point that in your believe it's possible that the sheriff or cart had denied him his vacation requested this holdover request because he was so openly in support of you is that something that you get then captain summers believed or is that something that you thought might be the reason behind it that's what he believed it and it's even you know we've had conversations about it and again it it when somebody advises me have their beliefs as sure I have to take that really seriously and where I can mitigate potential harm to the to the office and a king county to eat you you certainly knowledge including again and in this letter back to the ombudsman that summers to help in your campaign with was openly supportive of your campaign given the optics of a potential conflict of interest you welcome this investigation or do do you sort of see this is completely unnecessary hello I I am open and transparent an investigation I responded fairly quickly to the young birds request and you know they haven't reached out again to get more information from me but you know I it's it's about the on button office ability to do these independent investigations that can look into elected officials for you know ethics violations and other things that I think extremely important and I would never interfere in that but it would honestly answer their questions did you first learn that this investigation was was happening I think it was in an email from Mister sire or from the on button herself I want to say maybe and November okay so November of last year because the letter that you were written to them was December sixth twenty eighteen and now here we are July twenty nineteen and they've given no indication that this is is over well we have not received the results yet but they do handle a lot of them and you know they've it I don't know where this land on their priority list of of the work that they do for the for king county and you know was pointed out in the report yesterday by the door Monson show you know they do point out that you at least more consistent in another instance where someone else have this request for hours of the staff who didn't she she made a mistake I believe in calculating her vacation she didn't want to lose it and you granted it and she was not someone who is an open supporter of your campaign so when you look at this are you confident that you've treated in any case of of this kind of approval in a fair and just way yes I am you know as a matter of fact had I been in the position to look at the former HR managers request I if it fit the category I would've reprove that as well it's just you know we have people who work really hard and at times are not able to take the lead and so if it fits the categories my guidelines I I approve I have yet to not approve the request okay and that's a super port denoted by the way again looking at some of these policies it's very clear that you have the ability to make these decisions the question is just simply whether or not you made this decision based on and then captain now under share of Scott summers support of your campaign and again that is something you a hundred percent deny and you say about this what you've certainly approved other similar request maybe not as as many hours as this undersheriff as requested but you you've said yes to the request I have I did not do this because of his involvement in my campaign at all I you know in my my letter and statement to the ombudsman office I'm very open about how this whole thing transpired and gave background on that but my approval is based on the non stop work to get translation transition ready for us take office on January one and he headed my transition team and so therefore I thought it was only fair to do that along with the fact that of the potential retaliation charge you will have the documents up by the way a key to teach dot com for you guys to check out yourself because it seems very cut and dry to me just joining me we're talking with the sheriff into Joe hang the king county sheriff about investigations whether or not you offer special treatment to someone who helped her campaign moving on from that I want to talk about something that we we just saw it yesterday the immigration reform law institute they put out a report this is a a right leaning organization they say for twenty seven month period ending on December thirty first twenty seventeen so this is before you took office the king county sheriff's office refused to honor over three hundred and seventy immigration holds almost two hundred and ninety of which were classified by ice as either a threat level one or a threat level to offense at some of the cases including homicide kidnapping sexual so the obviously the entire country has been having a conversation about you know century state or century city status in cases of serious criminality is ice asks you to honor an immigration hold for twenty four forty eight hours so they can get someone and deport who committed an act of of of homicide or or kidnapping sexual assault will you grant that immigration hold so I don't run the jail and I'm not in position to make a determination on an immigration hold there have been times in very serious misconduct where the federal government has talked to us about a person that is a subject of our investigation that we've cooperated with them in the past I haven't had that occur yet during my term and and so you know the business of crimes fighting and so forth takes place regardless of whether we know someone's immigration status so moving forward if the federal government if an ice agent were to tell you Hey you're investigating someone who's in this country illegally would you cooperate with with ice in passing along information as permitted by law that's really general it it wouldn't you know there's king county ordinance that I'm restricted by in many areas but if they're speaking to me about a criminal case extreme wrist community it's it's something else again but it's not based on whether or not I know about somebody's immigration status within the in that case I mean so let's say you're talking about someone who is being investigated for a rate for a murder or it's someone who's been found guilty of of being in this country illegally and ordered deported and you learn that is of course as a matter of course of the investigation it is the position of the king county sheriff's department sort of hands off in that regard not being proactive and and reactive or is it we're going to try and not get involved at all because I I'm trying to figure out from the sentry stayed in the century county standpoint how that impacts your office the second half of that question just based on on what federal government may say about immigration status that's that's not something that that we care about our do were busy during our investigations if we have an extreme investigation that the federal government becomes aware of and you know it's criminal investigation going on I I have a duty to work with them on when the federal government on those crimes so then at last question just what what's your take then on the century state law that was just passed and its impact if any on the king county sheriff's office again like this the county ordinance there's there's really no impact that it has on us about going and doing the daily work that we do king county sheriff's office policy for thirty years has.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on WDRC
"Welcome back to the LARs Larson show. One of my biggest frustrations, when it comes to the security of the United States of America is the fact that a lot of the country just won't get serious about real security, and I thought for certain in the as we ended the summer of two thousand one when the terrorist attacks happened on nine eleven I will certainly now, America will get serious about addressing its borders about national security, and of course, the country has not case in point, the real ide- act, and wide so important national security, and why so many states seem to want to find ways around the law, so that people don't have to comply with Michael hathen joins me now who's a senior counsel immigration reform law institute. Michael, this frustrates me because I've got lots of different forms of idea, including a passport card, and enhanced driver's license. Why can't we get states in this? Country actually comply with rely D And provide the country with some real security. Well, it's a good question. Since the real ID was passed act was passed back in two thousand five. The federal government, or congress gave the federal government say the option to grant the states extension in compliance with the technical security and stuff in these extensions have dragged on and on and became almost routine under the Obama administration. There was a eighteen attitude toward this aspect of security with the current administration. And today, we have I think some good news and some bad news and the, the, the good news is that by Tober twenty twenty every state will be required to have a realty compliant driver's license in place or. The state licenses will not be allowed to use to board commercial aircraft. Enter control, several facilities or the third one people don't realise of have access to nuclear facilities, and this hopefully will be historic milestone in our national security. When we think about the situation. Going back to nine eleven when virtually all the nine eleven attackers way will take some kind of state driver's license or state ID, even though none of them were residents. Many were illegally presence in the country, and all were Michael the there were nineteen famously nineteen hijackers. I think among them didn't they have about sixty some different drivers licenses and piece of ID? So they had multiple kinds of ID. They were great poster case for for how to get into the into a country and without any legal standing obtain multiple kinds of ID, so you can go buy multiple identities. Right. Who could argue with the, you know the proposition that this needed to be dealt with and congress dealt with this, but they said, well, we're going to be respectful of states rights, and, you know, we're not going to force this upon the states for constitutional reasons for simply going to set up several standards, and they really, I don't think believed that we would see the kind of massive resistance that we've seen in some parts of the country today states were allowed to, to issue driver's licenses. And I decide what they call the mon- compliant, which basically means. Provided to legal aliens. Right. And as of today, twelve states and the district of Columbia home, still do that. So. And by the way, have you added in New York because New York state just decided to grant licences illegals and the state of Oregon is voting on it. It seems this week so they're actually adding, we're adding states to give licenses to people who are illegally in the country. That, that's absolutely correct. All of the, you know, the welfare reform and benefits measures that acted and going back to nineteen ninety six. Inexplicably. They've all had loopholes in them that allowed the states to do this in the, the loopholes in some cases are, overcoming the law. What I think you picked up and perhaps one of the reasons you called was our institute, besides litigating for citizens. We spend a lot of effort monitoring the, you know, the vast federal regulatory apparatus, right. You know, we what are called respond to call public comments, which are a important opportunity for not only specialists, and activist. But for ordinary citizens to comment on the, you know, the administrative state, or some would call it, the deep state, and, you know, any anyone of your listeners can go to, to regulations dot gov in plug in homeland security immigration alien whatever keyword, they appropriate. And they will be able to see everyone of these what they call notice and comment opportunities. Our institute will issue technical briefs. Covering law and policy. You don't have to be an expert to let these agencies know what is going on, and certainly borders. Lavi whom take advantage of this process in organized sort of way and what we noticed was of a rather routine. Notice it said, well, the department of homeland security you now that we're getting to the point where every state is required to be compliant. The law is also going to require require us to start what's called a recertification process. Audit and see whether states are really doing what they said, they'd doing, and it's going to be on rolling basis every three years. And we looked at. Well. Rolling basis every three years, all fifty states, no matter, whether they have complied willingly, or been dragging their feet to the last minute. What we propose basically, was that they should focus on, you know, the so-called sanctuary states, which would include those, but twelve now plus New York and possibly Oregon in the district of Columbia and should audit those programs closely because every citizen. I'm sure is where you millions and millions of us have had to go down and, and get our citizens have documents and documents and present them at some point to the motor vehicle department to, to get our upgraded licenses and this massive effort and process will, you know, really go to not if these states compliance, especially the scofflaw states. Mike, I know that people are frustrated by this because they say, well, you mean won't be able to use my driver's license to get an airplane, and I hit that complaint more often. Than anything more often than you here. I won't be able to go to federal buildings since most people don't the federal building very often. No matter where they live. And most people don't go to nuclear power plants very often no matter where they live. But they're, they're aware I won't be able to fly somewhere and see grandma, or whatever, and it kills me. It would been so easy to make it clear to Americans. We want the country to be saved. Part of that is finding out, whether people are in the country legally or not. And whether or not they have the proper ID that actually matches with, who they are. I mean I, I ended up doing a remote out of town the last night and Monday night, I had to check into a hotel they wouldn't have let me check in without picture ID. But I can I can, you know, there's states that say, we don't even have secure picture ID. How much sense does that make Michael, thanks for the work you do at the immigration reform law institute? And I appreciate you coming on the program coming up in a moment. It has a ninety three trillion dollar price tag. You know what I'm talking about. Yeah. The green new deal and people are steering clear of this, but one St. thinks they know a bit better. Now, we'll talk about whether or not the green new deal could work at the state level better than it would work under the proposal from Alexandria Causey of Cortes, and the green new deal at the federal level. We'll get to that coming up, and we'll talk about ice, an agency undervalued in America doing a very important job. That's coming up as well right here on the LARs.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To you. Brad Sussman for brother, Bryan, hope you're Monday mornings going. Well, so far it is six eighteen while six nineteen right now. And we're talking just a bit ago about the fact that oil prices across the world, the oil markets getting a little jittery about the problems going on a potential problems and alleged problems going on in the Middle East right now. Some oil tankers were sabotaged some Saudi oil tankers, they weren't filled with oil at the time. And with something like that. They're not saying what the sabotage was maybe as the day goes on. We'll hear more about this. Who knows who knows what's going on with that? But again affecting oil prices all over the world, and I had the opportunity this weekend. To travel across couple of states from my state of Ohio across Indiana, Illinois. To my daughter's graduation from college and the oil prices were gas rather stable. Anywhere. I paid from. I wanna say two fifty a gallon two to eighty a gallon, and Sherri, you said you bought gas yesterday. And you paid how much it was three seventy nine nine, and that was at Costco, which was much cheaper gas count there. Right. Do probably like twenty thirty cents a gallon cheaper. National average right now according to triple as two to eighty six a gallon. They say the average in California without the Costco discount is four zero seven at sounds about. Right. Oregon is four three forty two Washington. Three fifty three Idaho and Utah about the same three seventeen and you look cross the country again, the lowest prices they could find from two forty eight. Two four seven a gallon and San Jose. We have an average of four dollars and eleven cents a gallon. Oh, my goes a little higher at four dollars and eighteen cents a gallon. Yeah. Even higher than the California. Gosh. That is just nuts. And you think, you know, California four zero seven, oh, by the way, Alaska only three forty four Hawaii is less than that three sixty three significantly less. And they've got to bring everything in. Right. We have the refineries in our backyard. And I don't know how new they are. That's the problem. That's true. But it's all the taxes. We have here that's huge part of it. And I know you got more of them coming. Yes. Lucky US July next December with the with the increases that are coming up. It's crazy. And at what point people just stand up and say, you know, long line in the movie network. I'm mad as hell, and I'm not taking it anymore. Well, that's why we have so many people leaving the mass exodus. I heard a statistic the other day. The awesome, MRs Susman's and the healthcare industry, and she was talking to one of her group hospitals. That's located in Dallas. And they say that eight is it six hundred or eight hundred people a day are moving into Dallas. From other parts of the country and people say, it's great. We're happy to have you just leave your liberal politics with you at the state you bring a mirror, right? You. You're you're allowed to physically come here, but leave leave the mindset behind, and it's it's all the states that are. The ones that don't have state income taxes or very low income taxes that everybody would go into New York is hemorrhaging people right now, the millionaires and billionaires are living there, and the government there is like why our budget deficit so bad. Why are we losing so much money 'cause you're chasing people away? They're moving to Florida. They're moving into the Carolinas where the taxes are low. It's just crazy. And these people don't seem to get it. Or maybe they do and her just being ignorant about it. That's probably most low. Yeah. That's right. I said politicians, right? Yeah. To be redundant there. Folks. Gonna say I'm guessing the ladder. Kellyanne. And it's it's just the deafness of these politicians you hear about the sanctuary cities. And. It's funny because everything's sanctuary cities. Oh, you're protecting the the poor Latinos that are coming across from South America. Just have a better life well story from Breitbart mentions that sanctuary cities across the US or shielding legal aliens from deportation despite these facts these four nationals are being or come from terrorist sponsored countries. A new study finds for twenty seven months there were forty four legal aliens from terrorist. Sponsored countries who were shielded from deportation by sanctuary city laws according to the immigration reform law institute. These terrorist. Sponsored countries designated such by the State Department include Iran, Syria, Sudan and North Korea. Okay. Okay. Save for the North Koreans are the rest really here for better life. I guess maybe Sudan and Syria. Sure. Iran, could they be political refugees? Maybe or could they be here for other nefarious purposes, we just don't know ninety percent of these people being protected or from Iran. The I R A L I the immigration reform law institute found that the sanctuary state of California lead the country. In helping illegal aliens from terrorists sponsored countries of vade deportation over a two year period, California failed to turn in twenty-seven illegal aliens from terrorist sponsored countries over to ice for deportation out of the US Washington state shield eight. Two from Iowa Minnesota states like Arizona, Illinois, Massachusetts, Nebraska, Texas, also refused to deport some ill illegal aliens from terrorist sponsored countries now. Wait a second year. All right. I can see you being very. Open hearted and soft hearted and saying we've got to let these people who are coming from Latin America, let them come in and have a new life. But what about these people that are coming in from across the border who come from from Pakistan who are coming from India who coming from China who are coming from these sponsors of state terrorism countries like Iran, North Korea. Wait a second. You know, you really got to start rethinking this. And you think the politicians would at some point in time. But again, I'm saying these people have logic and can think clearly obviously, not the case. But it's just one of those situations. You just shake your head back and forth and say, I can't believe this is going on. But.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on KTRH
"Steam gleaning top story this hour, the Texas Republicans wondering how they can raise the stay. Sales tax and not be blamed for raising taxes one of their ideas to do it with a constitutional amendment and let the voters decide GOP strategist Bill Miller says well, that's a great idea. There's we start discussing this today. People haven't heard enough about if they understand the choice on the the question. The question before them if it is understand it. I think you'll be there. Yeah. The idea would be to pay down property taxes or leased property tax increases with the revenues from an increased sales tax. I don't know. We'll see how that went flies Texas is a great place to live. We do know, but we've got some strange liquor laws still on the books, and that could also be changing soon. Lawmakers are looking to overturn some blue laws that don't allow liquor sales on Sunday visitors. Scott Reed says this is good news for the little guys think they'll be positively impacted because they would be able to stay open and get that extra revenue because right now, they they're losing all that revenue, but he says Texas has the most restrictive liquor laws in the country. It's very difficult in Texas. And they've got the loss it up where you can only own five liquor licenses. He says Mali's readies pretty competent. This new Bill will pass cheers to that giambra or NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. Also in the legislature lawmakers trying once again to ban the sale of powdered alcohol similar efforts to make Powell a hall illegal failed in the past. This is just another piece of candy on the shelf for the people who want something to change the way. They feel addiction expert Michael mole van there. He says parents need to be aware that townhall is a deadly substance. Our news time now six thirty four President Trump lawmakers, well, they're clearing out of Washington for the holiday weekend. But the Muller reported continues to reverberate way beyond the beltway special counsel, Robert Muller's report heating, congress is in recess in the president he's mar-a-lago for these two weekend. And that's where he's been tweeting about the special counsels releasing anything the Russians did concerning the twenty six election was done. While Obama was present. He was told about it and did nothing. Meanwhile, House Democrats plan to hold a conference call Monday to discuss what their next steps in strategy will be with house speaker Nancy Pelosi, tell your caucus code conger. This will not be silent in Washington shell. Liangelo FOX knees is now six thirty four. Well is a new precedent in immigration cases. Maybe it will keep thousands of illegal aliens in detention centers rather than allowing them to bond out. It was a ruling from the attorney general his KTAR h is Nick Rajkovic Joyce's now to tell us the goal is to discourage these asylum-seekers from coming here in the first place. That's right. Share attorney general William bars directive won't take effect for another ninety days it gives border patrol time to figure out how to house all these people. In the meantime, though, Arthur former immigration judge working at the center for immigration. Studies calls it a step in the right direction. Probably just the prospect detention as stated trade settles will be sufficient to deter a number of individuals from coming to the United States and Christopher the immigration reform law institute points out the order does not mean that illegal aliens have to remain in custody, always leave that detention. If you have a bogus claim by saying you wanna go home and pursue your claim from. Abroad. I still think it would deter view ACLU and others already threatening legal challenges to the geez. Order share? Okay. Don't you know? But it's my understanding the way this works is that it because it came from the department of Justice it came from the attorney general that's who's got control of these detention centers. It's not coming out of the judiciary. So ACLU has. We're real the from the and it reaffirms its supreme court relief. We will. Okay. Thanks a lot. Our news time. Now, six thirty six. There's been a long controversy about the USA statins and their effectiveness. Yeah. Well, now, there's a new study it shows the people who took Stanton's for two years had very little or no improvement to their cholesterol numbers KTAR, h medical expert. Doctor Joe lhota says there's a few things to consider though when looking at this study. So it may be not so much that the drugs are not working at maybe the management of the problem. Need a little bit of more attention. What does that mean? He says a lot of people could probably not have to take statins at all if they just ate less fatty foods, and they exercise more tune into Dr Joe Galati in your health. I sending nights at seven right here on KTAR h. It's now six thirty seven lot of concern over in Hollywood because their revenues for new movies release the lowest level since twenty thirteen and apparently the money we're spending buy an actual movie has also declined by nearly half going to a movie theater for two is easily twenty five dollars without snacks. But there's no experience like it. Pop culture expert, rob winer, says American movies are huge overseas. But in the states too, many options have killed off the lower Netflix. When you know, he's going to have their new service, DC comics has their own service. He says the new adventures movie set to hit the big screen next weekend. We'll come to the rescue and help take out some of the slump for Hollywood auditory Morton NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h news time now six thirty seven. Will it's a holy day for Jews and western Christians alike. Fox's been Brown has that Jews worldwide are preparing for the Passover or Pesach as it is known in Hebrew. It's the marking of the exodus the salvation of ancient Israelites from bondage to the Faroes the week long holiday begins tonight with a ritual retelling of the story while seated for a feast called a Seder is also Good Friday for western Christians, which marks the day, according to tradition. Jesus of Nazareth was crucified by Roman. Authorities in Jerusalem. The original Good Friday occurred the morning after a Passover Seder, which is said to have been the setting for the last supper or. Docs, Christians will.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on WDRC
"My wife, and I are on a long car drive. Couple of hours, and she was looking at the news. She keeps an eye on the news as well. And she likes to share things with me. And she said LARs is keeping an eye on people for Ebola who were caught crossing the border from Mexico into the United States. And I said where would they get Ebola? And she said, they are Congolese, and I said Congolese people from the Congo. Okay. Then they were crossing from Mexico into the United States. I don't have a world map in front of me by recollection is that wouldn't be the usual path into the United States. But somehow. There were twenty of them. And apparently the folks at CDC, we're keeping an eye on them. I thought about that when I plan to have Dale Wilcox on who's the executive director of the immigration reform law institute. Dale, welcome back to the program, by the way. So when people assume that most of the folks who are coming in across the border at Mexico, and and the southern states of the United States, and they think well, they're from Mexico or Guatemala Honduras, or El Salvador, other places in central or South America. We're seeing an awful lot of people cross that border who are not from this part of the world at all aren't we? Absolutely VP customs and border protection has documented that they've been countered people from fifty different countries all over the world more than fifty countries. And I think personally ended down there to the border nineteen some of the literature left behind in some of the trash left behind, and there has been script languages from the Middle East from all parts of Asia. So no, it's just not Latin Americans coming across the border. You've got p individuals from all over the world, and sadly people who really want to horn coming across the border Hezbollah has outposts in Latin America. So, you know, we have potential terrorists attempting to get into this country all the time, including some of the official state sponsors of terrorism, Iran, North Korea, Syria and. Sudan they're coming in as well. In fact, a recent investigation, we uncovered documents that show there are more than ten thousand illegal aliens in this country right now from countries that have been designated state sponsors of terrorism countries, you just mentioned and they've been ordered deported. But they're still here living probably in cities. Which is another reason why thanks where cities are threats to our national security. So somebody comes from North Korea. How do they make their way into the United States? They're not coming in on a tourist visa, I'm reasonably sure we don't give tourist visas to North Korea. So do we know anything about the pathway that they take to get in? Well, we don't know everything about the ten thousand but it's a North Korean. Yeah. You're not going to get a visa so tape is are they are jumping or porous southern border. And that's not hard to do last month alone the month of March customs and border protection border patrol apprehended one hundred and three thousand people crossing. Border patrol his always the only one in four at the weekend. We only catch one in four. So think about that they they apprehended a hundred three. So that's. Scares me. Three hundred thousand that got through last month. And we're talking about people North Koreans Iranians Syrians and people from the dance. You know, people from that region or bad, obviously, ten thousand of them have received an order of deportation that name. Bentiu the system immigration. Judge has said you're not allowed to be here. You need a committed a crime. We're sending you back home overstay your visa or or you jump the border. So. These people are roaming about freely, especially in sanctuary cities. He will not notify the feds when they come across the people. Okay. So is there a problem with deporting them because what we have this North Korean we want to send him back? But since we don't have full relations with North Korea. Are we able to send him back? If if North Korea says, we don't want him. In the past have said, we don't want. Our criminals are are nationals back. We don't need that kind of hassle. Now, there is a provision in our central immigration law that allows the government to say it, you will not take back your national way will cut off or everyone in your country, including diplomats, and and the the leader's wives want to come over and saw or whatnot. And that usually gets their attention. It actually the Trump administration has threatened to use that provision several times and these recalcitrant countries have backed off and they actually taken their nationals back. Oh, that's even China. Do you? Remember, the Wiegert that were here, and we wanted to ship them back to China and China said we don't want him. And my recollection is that China finally took them back, and then they dealt with them on their soil instead of our soil. That's what needs to happen. You know Americans. American lives are put at risk. Remember, the nineteen hijackers on nine eleven most of them were legal aliens. They had come here. Divas or whatnot. But they had fallen out of status, and at least four of them heading countered state and local police for one reason or another speeding or something. Now, it the local police had the working with the feds in those fiction nine eleven might not have occurred as it did. So this once again, how dangerous sanctuary cities are you know, what I'm hoping is that organizations like yours or numbers or fair or or any of those organizations I wish as we head into this campaign season. I know that they can't perhaps get involved directly in political activities because of their, you know, their nonprofit status, but I think it'd be useful. If we armed both candidates and voters with some information and said, look, this is what's happening. I had. There was a sheriff's deputies shot not far from where my studios are on the west coast, and he was killed by illegal. Alien. We've had a woman in Seattle who was raped by an illegal alien who went out and pretended to be an Uber driver. He was not an Uber driver, and he managed to to, you know, coax her into his car, and then and then he he assaulted her. So if you start bringing these up and say, the reason these people who've had contact with law enforcement are able to get away with it is that your leaders. Your so-called leaders have said we're not going to enforce the law because we're maintaining our sanctuary status. It's coming at the at the cost of American lives and assaults on Americans like that. It's truly ugly. It is. And that's why radio shows like yours is so important. You know, my organization the immigration reform is. Don't get involved in politics. We can't get involved in politics or immigration, and you know, what's in the best interest of Americans. So we uncover this stuff, and we really appreciate radio hosts and shows like yours that takes this information and educates people as to what's going on because they're certainly not going to hear about this in the mainstream media. Dale, the media will go crazy over something like that Takata airbag recall, and you say we'll why because people have been hurt and killed by it. Great Ammann's terrible. We should go after it. What about the other things that are hurting and killing Americans? Well, diseases like measles can do that. Or other diseases will warn you about that. How about warning folks about the problems that illegal aliens cross 'cause all of a sudden a lot of newsrooms in America's say now, we don't want anything to do with that? We don't like the political implications of Dale keep up the good work at the immigration reform law institute, and we appreciate the data ten thousand illegal aliens living in the United States ordered deported, and they are from Iran, North Korea, Syria and Sudan, you've got the.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Steve what is the poll question? Whether the results, thus far, do you agree with a Massachusetts Bill that would ban tackle football before seventh grade? No, I do not seventy five percents say, no, we all right? Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two before we go back to the phone lines. You know, we've been talking for a week now about this. This assault on a on a conservative person at the university of California, Berkeley campus, and they have a they have a clear shot of the assailant and clearer shot than they have of the of the guy. Who's now charged with murdering the poor Boston girl who was leaving the bar over the weekend. And they haven't made any arrests. Okay. And of course, nothing not nothing is being reported about this university of California Berkeley assault on a on a conservative the Washington Post finally got around to covering the attack a week after it happened. You know, what the theme of the story was pouncing or seizing Republicans. Pouts also known as Republican sees the post story was headlined a conservative activists was punched in the face at UC, Berkeley. The response enraged the right? So it didn't enrage the left that this person this person was assaulted for exercising his first amendment rights. Do you think that Hollywood was outraged by the fake attack on jussie smollet? Yeah. Exactly he filed. This guy filed a police report immediately after the incident, and this is the first story that they wrote Donald Trump junior re tweeted the story and said wonder if it would have been the same if a conservative beat up a leftist on the Berkeley campus so that, but the whole thing was you know, how how angry that the conservatives were. But the story wasn't getting any any any or any airtime? This is incredible said media research center, vice president Dan gainer, the left-wing Washington Post, ignores a hate crime against the young conservative for eight days. Then what it finally chimes in its with the latest version of conservatives pouts instead of reporting the news the post notes how upset conservatives are. And the quote, the response enraged the right gainer at it. How dare right wingers be upset that someone was attacked on a college campus because of his politics and the major media, all but ignored it. Especially after turning repeated hate hoax. Is international stories like jussie smollet. It's also worth noting that the post is being sued for two hundred and fifty million for how awfully it covered. The Covington Catholic hoax. How classic is this. I mean, this is so typical Republicans pounce Republicans sees that's the only way the story is covered. That's the only way it's worth Capri eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two one last thing before we go back to the lines. This is from Breitbart, the sanctuary state of California has refused. Fifty six hundred were requests by federal immigration officials over two years to turn over criminal illegal aliens state, data fines. Immigration reform law institute, executive director, Dale Wilcox revealed that within a twenty seven month period, the state of California had failed to honor about fifty six hundred immigration and customs enforcement ice detainers, which are the holes that ice agents file to local jails and police to request that an illegal alien be turned over for arrest and deportation. They're probably just low level offenders like drunk drivers and murderers more than thirty four hundred were lodged against illegal aliens who'd been classified as either level one or level two offenders meeting. These legal aliens had been charged with crimes such as homicide kidnapping sexual assault robbery. Aggravated assault, drugs and fraud. So that's that's that's where it's like living in a sanctuary state eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. Steve you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Steve. Yeah. How we are used to be the dorm and at the colonnade in Boston. Yes, I used to crack up when you come driving by with Ted Chappaquiddick car. I was a long time ago. Steve a long long time ago. Yeah. Know, I was a doorman at the college filed a hat apartment homes and Southie on Bowen street, and it was funny because dotty McLean used to run to the apartments. What he McLean? He wasn't. He was Bill guy. Steve. Oh, yeah. Pretty healthy, apartments and Celtic my cousin. My cousin used to be at the Somerville. Crew from Charlestown. Yeah. Well, he had a lot of Charlestown guys on his crowbar on the what was what became the winter hill gang. But I don't think he was really a I don't think he ever spent a lot of time in in Southie. That was kind of like, you know, terra incognito for for all those guys, you know, whether they were from Somerville or Charlestown or or even Roxbury, thanks for the thanks for the call Steve eight four four five hundred forty two forty two Peter you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Peter. I heard something on Fox News not too long ago about Cummings bringing Colin early to meet the committee, the Democrats on the committee and to give them the questions ahead of time. And coach on what to say. I think the I think even more of a smoking gun. Peter was the fact that he and he admitted this under Republican questioning yesterday that he had he'd been briefed by Adam chef at what he mentioned, you know, the chairman of the house intelligence committee the pencil neck geek from southern California by way of framingham Massachusetts, and when he when he admitted that he'd met with chef you could see Lanny Davis the Clinton mouthpiece behind him his that's his lawyer. He was grimacing. You know, you could you could see it. You know, he he didn't want him to to to admit that. But he had to you know, because he was he'd been called out on it. I mean, so so I think the whole thing the especially the closing statement when he. Saying that he doesn't think if Donald Trump loses in twenty twenty that he'll agree to way, quote, unquote, peaceful transition, I think that's that's just a he was repeating shifts lines. And you know, the thing is I mean, did we have a peaceful transition in two thousand sixteen by the way? I mean, it's now twenty nineteen and it's still not a peaceful transition is it I mean, they're still trying to basically overthrow the results of the twenty sixteen election. So, you know, Trump Trump will leave office. I'm sure there's no question about that. But it's you know. Once again, it's democrat projection, you know, everything that they've accused him of over the last two and a half three years. It's been stuff. They wanted to do themselves or have tried to do themselves. You know, this thing about the. You know, attacking the freedom of the press. I mean has has Donald Trump overturned the FBI loose on reporters the way Obama, did, you know? Oppressing American citizens. Did does Trump have a hitlist in the White House of American citizens in the mid east? I mean, this as Trump ordered did he hits on American citizens? Like Obama did not that I'm saying that I necessarily go the Rampal route. I mean, these these people that are quote, unquote, American citizens, some of them that were killed in Yemen. They were terrorists that just happened to be born to to. Arabs passing through the country, and they were anchor babies, but you know, the thing is. Obama was held to know standards. And and Trump is is is a much more lawful. President or a less less of a rogue president. Shall we say than Obama was Steve you're next with Howie Carr? Go ahead. Steve. Hey, how you doing? I I really liked the way lately you've been getting into propaganda all linguistics on because the left is like really clever and slick about it. What bothers me is when they start dripping into demonization, the human as humanization of conservatives because it's like a subtle hint that it's okay to beat them up because they're so evil. Yeah. No, you're you're right. I mean, that's the whole thing. I mean, they use these words again, and again, you know, hatred and bigotry, I mean, how many how many of those Democrats at that hearing yesterday accused Trump of being a racist? We where where is the the evidence that he's a racist? They just they just make these statements that have have no basis. In fact, thanks for the call Steve earning personal capacity. To actually said some how long have you known this, Pat, I'm responsible for Lynn patent joining the Trump organization and the job that she currently holds. Well, that's I'm glad you acknowledge that because you made some very demeaning comments about the president then this patent then agree with. It has to do with your claim of racism. He says that as a daughter of a man born in Birmingham, Alabama that there is no way that she would work for for an individual who was racist. Cohen is is such a fraud. I I love the fact that some people today, and I picked up my call. Let's call. Let's call Michael Cohen, Jesse Colin. That's what he is. I mean, this is all fake crap. And again, the mainstream media back them up the stories running into the meeting. He's going to accuse Donald Trump of committing crimes at most. He accused Trump of of violating campaign finance laws, and it probably not even that. But guess what do you know? How do you know what the Obama paid in fines in after the after his first campaign for president to the FTC the federal elections commission for violating campaign finance laws three hundred seventy five thousand dollars. Okay. So I if if if that makes you a felon than I guess Obama is a is a much bigger felon than than than. Donald Trump ever was Mark you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Mark. I don't know if anybody talked about it. But when Jim Jordan was questioning Cohen, one of the things we ask them. What hated your attorney speak with the committee before in and Cohen pride to try to play dumb. And Jim Jordan said sit right behind you turn around and ask them if they spoke to a pretty classic moment. Yeah. I know the Jordan and meadows did a really good job with they all actually most of the Republicans that a pretty good job with the with the without it, but it was like shooting fish in a barrel. And again, they heard the grace who was the guy who said it was contemptible. The way the Republicans were acting who was who was that that mealy-mouthed pun nuts from CNN or MSNBC that was John Heilemann from morning Joe or high high Lerman, he's bald. He's the one that used to be partners with the guy that they had the fire because he was he was hitting everything. But the third rail I forget that guy Halpern halprin. I mean, I haven't heard that in a long time. He really dropped off the radar. Yeah. How helper and Hileman had a had a million dollar book contract. I wonder what happened that have book after after his partner went all Harvey Weinstein on us. Okay. So so now, okay. So so this guy worked with his partner was a giant. Perv. But now he's calling other people contemptible. Just because they're pointing out that this guy is a complete reprobate and a a perjurer Aligarh and obstructors of Justice at cetera et cetera. Okay. I'm glad I have the context now. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. I'm.
"immigration reform law institute" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Migrants payments to the cartels. Who traffic them to the US in the first place? Right. The trafficking. Debts can start it. You know about five grand ahead. I'm told. And these this amount of money provides a huge stimulus to countries that export populations of the US labor market. But that stimulus also imposes according to experts huge economic costs, including let's go through the list bear list, not mine civic, turmoil poverty, high rates of crime and loss of foreign investment. No, there's an individual whose name is Dale Wilcox. He's the executive director of the immigration reform law institute. I think he's been on this program in the past. Both the institute is named terribly familiar anyway, somebody we should get that's for sure he's explained the damage caused by migration from the research that his institute has done quote, the organization for the America cited El Salvador as the worst hit noting that one of every five Salvadorans currently lives outside of the country, which has provoked a parallel exhaustion of qualified human resources this. They say had caused a scenario in which less than eleven percent of Salvadorans have tertiary education. Draining an already underdeveloped nation of its best and brightest reduces any prospect of establishing a knowledge based economy. And disincentivize has their population from the political elite all the way down to the bottom of the scale from investing in sorely needed educational infrastructure. And it's so, and it's so and so say three Appleton the this damages the damage excuse me adds up to intellectual colonialism what a great term from this man, intellectual colonialism in which superpowers to the north plunders and loops their skilled labor from its poor. Neighbors and condemns them to a bleak future. End quote. Good stuff. Good stuff. So nationwide. The US establishments economic policy of using. Illegal migration to boost economic growth shifts wealth from young people towards its older people by flooding the market with cheap, the white collar and blue collar floor labor for foreign labour. And that flood outside of the flood of outside labor. Spikes, prophets, Wall Street values by cutting salaries for manual and skilled labor of the blue-collar and white-collar employees. Now, we can get into this whole argument, and I know some you chomping at the bit to do this every time a lot of his labor is needed. We need this labor. You know, we get this every time this type of conversation comes up we need to provide for a legal path for this labor to come and go period. That's a separate issue to all of this. But it's a needed issue. But it needs to be treated as a separate issue. You can't cookie cutter this aspect of it. You can't do one size fits all caused the don't. But the one thing that is a complete truism through all of this. Is there is that money? It's a large sum of money. That seems to be increasing. Each year. I will tell you again. The total the total remittances to Mexico and Central America jumped to fifty three billion in two thousand eighteen last year. Fifty three billion. Fifty three billion the money, you know, to Mexico of twenty one percent the money to Central America. Twenty five percent. So taksin. Tactic. Take a piece of what's going home before it gets home and put this in a fund to build the wall. This has been talked about before in congress seriously. But the catch of money was not attractive enough to do this in of time that made any sense. Now it does. It's legal. You can argue the ethics all you want and to do that along ethical lines through that would be purely political because everything is political now when it comes to the wall. I don't care what you say. It's all politics. Nobody wants to talk about why security. Why defense why we need why every other country has for the same reasons that we need they have. How many times have we been through that over and over and over and over and over again. But what do you make of this idea this this this resource is there that can be legally tapped to take a segment of that resource out. And build the wall. And let's remember much of this resource. He's legal. We don't know how much..