Ending Illegal Immigration

With the recent discussion of immigration and calls for “comprehensive immigration reform” from both Republican and Democratic Party leaders, the question is, why? Why “reform” something that is not being enforced now?  According to the United States Supreme Court, in Arizona v. United States, 567 U.S. (2012), the federal government has preeminent power in immigration matters. But current laws are not enforced and “comprehensive immigration reform” will make an amnesty of three million illegal aliens from the 1986 Simpson-Mazzoli Act look like a warmup. While the act granted amnesty to the illegal aliens already here, the final law stripped out any enforcement against employers who knowingly hired them and never funded a border fence. It’s obvious that the leadership of both parties want another amnesty, but for different reasons. The Democrats want millions of more economically disadvantaged people dependent on federal payments,...(Read Full Article)