Why pro-illegal politicians should register as foreign agents.
By Lloyd Billingsley
FrontPageMag.com, March 24, 2017
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Those would be foreign nationals, whose own governments encourage and abet their flight to the United States, and who in some cases oppose the return of their own citizens. Those who allocate taxpayer money to aid illegals are putting the interests of those governments above the established U.S. law they swear to uphold. In effect, they are acting on behalf of those governments who do not want the United States to deport their citizens.
The Foreign Agents Registration Act includes those who act “in the interests” of a foreign government. For example, Gen. Michael Flynn, as the New York Times observed, “worked as a foreign agent last year representing the interests of the Turkish government in a dispute with the United States.”
The FARA also includes those who act as a “public relations counsel” for a foreign principal. The Act also regards a foreign agent as one who “solicits, collects, disburses, or dispenses contributions, loans, money, or other things of value for or in the interest of such foreign principal.”
Politicians who want to promote the cause of illegals and spend public funds on their legal bills should have to register with the Justice Department as agents of a foreign government, primarily Mexico. That will help curtain what amounts to an occupation.
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The state of California is apparently willing to damage its own economy by divesting from companies that help build the wall along the U.S. southern border. Three Democratic representatives have introduced a bill that would punish contractors who ...
California looking to punish contractors who help build wall
"This is a wall of shame and we don't want any part of it," Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, said in a statement. "Immigrant stories are the history of America and this is a nightmare."The announcement of the proposal came on Monday, three days after the U.S. Customs and Border Protection requested proposals for "border wall prototypes."Assembly Bill 946 would require the California Public Employee Retirement System and the California State Teachers Retirement System – the two largest public pension funds in the nation, with investments of $312 billion and $202 billion, respectively – to liquidate investments in any company involved with the wall's construction within a year. It would also require the pension-fund management to report a list of those companies to the Legislature.Messages to state GOP lawmakers seeking comment were not returned Monday afternoon.The proposal will be carried by Ting and Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, D-San Diego, and Eduardo Garcia, D-Coachella.
In 24 States, 50% or More of Babies Born on Medicaid; New Mexico Leads Nation With 72%
By Arthur Schaper
The staggering cost of all that “cheap” Mexican labor:
LA RAZA MEX ETHNIC CLEANSING IN CALIFORNIA…. of legals.