Sunday, August 23, 2015

Birthright Citizenship

Much has been said recently about birthright citizenship.  The position of this blog is that the issue is a result of the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty as well as the failure of previous Presidents to enforce immigration laws, something that President Dwight D. Eisenhower did not have a problem with.  In fact, with Operation Wetback, he deported millions of illegals, most of whom self-deported after realizing that the immigration laws were being enforced.  This blog prefers another Operation Wetback to solve the problem so the Supreme Court is not involved in the decision making process on anchor babies.  Without the illegal aliens here to give birth, the issue is mute.  Furthermore, if the illegal alien parents take their American born babies home, problem solved.  And it is easy enough to deny these children passports when they apply overseas, as all the evidence they will have is a birth certificate, but no proof that is their birth certificate.  Problem solved.  However the problem has metastasized, and action must be taken this day, and it can be, without anything other than a President taking action. No laws, Constitutional Amendments, or court decisions are necessary.

Similarly, the issue of birthright citizenship does not need new legislation just as President Eisenhower was able to deport millions without any new laws.  He did it with the will to act and selecting subordinates who would capture the bureaucracy, not be captured by the bureaucracy, and act with boldness and energy.

Birthright citizenship for illegal aliens is not in any law, not in the 14th Amendment, nor in any Supreme Court Decision.  Just as with Operation Wetback, no new law is needed, as this blogger disagrees with some on the right who say legislation is necessary:

Breitbart August 20, 2015 by Ken Klukowski
Liberal And Establishment Arguments For Birthright Citizenship Fail
If conservatives change federal statute, take it to court, and persuade the current moderate justices—John Roberts and Anthony Kennedy—to join the three conservatives in upholding the original meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment, then birthright citizenship for illegal aliens would end.

In fact, birthright citizenship is the current policy not because of any law, etc., but because the Executive Branch took it upon itself to adopt birthright citizenship.  This writer recalls when he completed Immigration Officer Basic Training Course (IOBTC) at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Glynco, GA, citizenship law was an important part of our training.  And it was part of the curicculum that birthright citizenship for the children of illegals was an interpretation of the Wong decision from the Supreme Court and applied to illegals.  It was openly admitted by the instructors that that interpretation was not required by law, the Constitution, or precedent decision, but was only a decision by the INS and the Attorney General on what to do with the children of illegals.

So, contrary to Klukowski, all we need is a strong President, like Eisenhower, to make the decision to no longer recognize anchor babies as citizens, deport them, and not to issue them passports.  It is all a matter of will.  Time to act.  Hopefully Trump is our man.

Treason Bar And Corporate America War On American Chefs

There's another job out there that American's won't do, well at least at slave wages, chef.  Despite all the rage of chef shows on TV, in fact there are cable channels dedicated to cooking, much of it geared to the new professional chef, the Treason Bar and corporate America think that grilling some beef or chicken is "culturally acquired knowledge," rather than a skill set learned at culinary training institutes common in the United States.  Just as the H-1B visa is a dagger used to fire and replace American high tech workers, corporate traitors are replacing semi-skilled labor, chefs, a skill learned in a year or less at a culinary institute, with cheaper aliens.

Dallas Business Journal August 11, 2015 by Korri Kezar
Fogo de Chao Files Second Lawsuit After Immigration Services Deny Visa For Brazilian Chef
Fogo de Chao (Nasdaq: FOGO) is serving immigration authorities a new lawsuit accusing U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and the Department of Homeland Security of illegally denying visas to Brazilian-born chefs.
The Dallas company, which runs more than two dozen Brazilian steakhouses, across the country and in Brazil, filed a lawsuit against U.S. immigration authorities last year after they denied L-1B visa applications for two Brazilian citizens. Fogo de Chao wanted to bring two Brazilian chefs, or gauchos, to the U.S. to work in American Fogo restaurants, arguing that they had “culturally acquired knowledge” that is “an essential part of Fogo’s business model.”

A business model like Chipotle's?  Hire aliens to crank out cheap food? Or Chuy's, another chain with "culturally acquired knowledge?"  Replacing American workers with aliens is a business model, but not authorized by any visa program.


Obama Plans To Bring Al Queda Terrorists To The United States

Barack Hussein Obama is not content with bringing Central American gangbangers to the United States as part of his Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty.  He is now planning to close Gitmo and bring the last terrorist prisoners there to the United States, and eventually give them green cards, as this writer predicted in 2009.

Roll Call by Meg Scully August 17, 2015
Kansas Delegation Balks at Plans to Move Gitmo Detainees to Leavenworth
Pentagon officials traveled last week to Fort Leavenworth in Kansas, home to the military’s only domestic maximum-security prison, to evaluate it as a potential alternative to the detention facility at Guantánamo Bay, a Defense Department spokesman said Monday.
The Naval Consolidated Brig in Charleston, S.C., is the only other military base department officials are considering as they prepare to send Congress a detailed proposal to shutter Guantánamo, which the Obama administration has tried and failed to close since 2009. Non-military sites are also in play, but spokesman Navy Capt. Jeff Davis declined to provide specific locations.
The backlash from elected officials has been fierce as lawmakers jockey to keep detainees out of their states and districts.
Already, Kansas Republican Sen. Pat Roberts has threatened to hold up the nomination for the next Army secretary if the administration moves forward with any plans to move the detainees to Leavenworth. In 2009, Roberts held up the nomination of outgoing Army Secretary John M. McHugh amid similar concerns.

But will RINOs impeach Obama for this illegal action?  Undoubtedly so a kritarch like Dolly Gee will order them released and given green cards. And that's a feature, not a bug.