Saturday, November 22, 2008

More Reactions to Napolitano

The American Immigration Law Foundation (AILF) Director, Ben Johnson and Immigration Policy Center (IPC) Director, Angela Kelley applaud Napolitano's selction to head the DHS.

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If Angela Kelly is backing Napolitano, this can't be good for homeland security.

Posted by: J.D. | Nov 23, 2008 8:23:05 AM

Obama transition team insiders have already said there will be no effort to pass immigration reform legislation until at least 2011. In the meantime, we will see much more attrition through enforcement. For those of you expecting "change," has Obama announced the the United States will be "immediately" pulling out of Iraq? What about his campaign finance promise? Hilary Clinton at DOS? Remember it was Bill Clinton that gave us AEDPA and IIRIRA.

Posted by: Thomas Lillich | Nov 23, 2008 6:14:29 PM

I forgot to mention also that while on the campaign trail, Obama promised to get a million plug-in hybrid cars on the road by 2015, but his own new presidential limousine will be far from green. In other words, Obama talks the talk, but will not walk the walk on "comprehensive immigration reform."

Posted by: Thomas Lillich | Nov 23, 2008 6:51:04 PM

President-elect Barack Obama may consider delaying a campaign promise - to roll back tax cuts on high-income Americans - as part of his economic recovery strategy, two aides said on Sunday.

Posted by: Steve Emerson | Nov 24, 2008 8:16:20 AM

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Nashville's Free For Life Ministries began as a charity primarily devoted to stopping sex slavery in places including Romania and Tanzania by funding safe houses where girls could get away from their captors.

However, the global ministry has focused its attention back home after police have reported a rash of local sex slave cases, WSMV reported.

"We have cases come up all the time, but no one really knows about it because Hispanic illegal immigrants fear being deported," said sex-slave advocate Sara Sherman.

Recently, police in Memphis busted a sex slave brothel and investigators are still on the case of the 13-year-old Hispanic sex-slave in Brentwood -- who said she went through unimaginable things.

This week, a 22-year-old woman told police she was driven from state to state and forced to have sex with up to seven men a day.

Police said two men were arrested and have agreed to plead guilty in her case. Jesus Garcia and Arturo Perez will serve just six months in jail and then face deportation.

Posted by: Peter Chan | Nov 24, 2008 8:34:02 AM

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