Border Security Promises Can Be Canceled

One more scam in the "Gang of Eight" immigration reform bill needs to be exposed and understood by the public, congressmen, reporters, and opinion leaders: any of the promises to secure our national borders can be canceled later by a Congress in the future -- or simply ignored.  Even what is actually written in the law can later be revoked or left unenforced by the Executive Branch. But once amnesty is granted to specific individuals, the amnesty can never be taken back -- including all of the later benefits one might claim.  When specific people (identified by a category) gain the right to "Registered Provisional Immigrant" (RPI) status, that status cannot be taken away later.  For example, if Republicans gain control of the Senate in 2014, they cannot undo amnesty. Illegal aliens will obtain a legal "property right" under court precedents such as Goldberg v. Kelly, 397 U.S. 254 (1970).  In 1970, the U.S. Supreme Court in Goldberg v. Kelly decided that welfare...(Read Full Article)