Rogue President Obama Betrays Oath of Office and American Worker By Breaking Immigration Laws By Providing 5.46 Foreigners aka Illegal Aliens With Employment Authorization Cards aka Work Permits — Impeach, Convict and Prosecute The Criminal President — Deport the 30-50 Million Aliens in the United States — Videos

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Story 1: Breaking:  Rogue President Obama Betrays Oath of Office and American Worker By Breaking Immigration Laws By Providing 5.46 Foreigners aka Illegal Aliens With Employment Authorization Cards aka Work Permits  — Impeach, Convict and Prosecute The Criminal President —  Deport the 30-50 Million Aliens in the United States — Videos

“The executive branch is operating a huge parallel work-authorization system outside the bounds of the [immigration] laws and limits written by Congress [and which] inevitably reduces job opportunities for Americans,” said Jessica Vaughan, the policy director at the Center for Immigration Studies, while filed the FOIA request.

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Poll: Sixty percent of Americans dissatisfied with immigration levels

Immigration by the Numbers — Off the Charts

How Many Illegal Aliens Are in the US? – Walsh – 1

How Many Illegal Aliens Are in the US? – Walsh – 2

Scott Walker Non-Committal on Immigration

FULL INTERVIEW: Gov. Scott Walker: Hillary Clinton ‘Embodies Washington’; ABC News

Scott Walker Tacks Right on Immigration

Scott Walker Endorses a Path to Citizenship

Obama to Declare Executive Order Illegal Immigration 2014

 

Obama Quietly Adds 5.46 Million Foreigners To Economy

NEIL MUNRO

White House Correspondent

President Barack Obama has quietly handed out an extra 5.46 million work permits for non-immigrant foreigners who arrived as tourists, students, illegal immigrants or other types of migrants since 2009, according to federal documents released by a Freedom of Information Act request.

“The executive branch is operating a huge parallel work-authorization system outside the bounds of the [immigration] laws and limits written by Congress [and which] inevitably reduces job opportunities for Americans,” said Jessica Vaughan, the policy director at the Center for Immigration Studies, while filed the FOIA request.

“The true magnitude of how often he has evaded the limits set by Congress on foreign workers has never been known until now,” she told The Daily Caller.

“If Congress wants to take back control of our immigration system, it needs to control the issuance of work permits, which have been the vehicle for Obama to get around the [legal] limits on immigration and work visas imposed by Congress,” she said.

On Tuesday, senators will vote for or against a budget measure that would sharply limit Obama’s ability to award another five million work permits to illegals via the Department of Homeland Security. Obama promised to hand out the next five million work permits as part of his unpopular November 2014 executive amnesty, which also largely ends efforts to repatriate the 12 million illegals living in the United States.

Fewer than 10 percent of Americans want a greater flow of immigrants, according to a new Gallup poll.

If Obama’s November amnesty survives court review and weak opposition from GOP leaders, he’ll have added more foreign workers than jobs to the economy since 2009.

Obama’s aides claim he has added 10 million jobs to the economy since 2009.

But Obama’s quiet award of five million work permits, plus his November amnesty, will have added roughly 10 million foreign workers to the economy by the end of 2015. The influx adds to the normal inflow of 1 million immigrants per year and the standing population of 2 million white-collar and blue-collar guest workers.

So 18 million foreign students and workers — including many university-trained workers — have jumped into the U.S. economy since Obama was inaugurated in 2009.

The 18 million is almost level with the roughly 24 million young Americans who have turned 18 and joined the work force in the six years since 2009. In effect, Obama has given employers the option to hire a government subsidized foreigner in place of roughly one-in-two Americans who have graduated since 2009.

That’s a great deal for employers, because the foreign workers are indirectly subsidized by the government. The subsidy is the government’s promise of citizenship to many workers if they gain and hold jobs sought by Americans, plus the many aid and welfare programs that are provided to all low-income workers.

In June 2013, the Congressional Budget Office said a large influx of migrants would stall wages and spur Wall Street profits.

The influx of foreign workers coincides with a steady drop in the percentage of Americans who are working or seeking work.

In mid-2007, roughly 66.5 percent of Americans older than 16 were working. Since then, it has declined steadily, and is now just under 63 percent. The decline means that roughly 5 million Americans have dropped out of the workforce, and are not even trying to find work.

In November 2014, one in every five U.S. jobs was held by a foreign-born worker, up from one in six jobs in January 2010, according to federal datahighlighted by the Center for Immigration Studies.

The data shows that Obama’s efforts have provided work permits to 54,495 tourists in 2009, and 126,998 work permits to tourists in 2014.

His deputies gave work permits to 68,220 students in 2009, and to 147,373 students in 2014. This increase likely includes work-permits for foreign college graduates, said Vaughan.

Officials provided work permits to 68,374 illegals in 2009, to 374,517 illegals in 2013 and 158,194 illegals in 2014.

That category includes more than 650,000 younger illegals who were given work permits after June 2014 under the so-called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. It also includes work-permits for many of the 50,000-plus Central American adults and youths who crossed the border in the summer of 2014.

Overall, 690,459 work-permits were given to 50 categories of foreigners in 2009, Obama’s first year. That number rose to 1,034 million in 2014, yielding a cumulative total of 5.46 million during Obama’s tenure.

The new numbers are only for first-time awards, not work-permit extensions.

Most of the work-permits are temporary — but they can be extended until a court decides to repatriate a foreign worker. The court backlog is now so great that it takes five years or more for a court to decide whether an illegal should be repatriated, said Vaughan.

Officials “can call it a temporary status, but it is effectively indefinite,” she said.

“That’s why this is such a huge incentive to game the system… [because illegals] they know they can get a work permit [and] it takes a long time to resolve the case,” she said.

http://dailycaller.com/2015/02/02/obama-quietly-adds-5-46-million-foreigners-to-economy/

 

The Scott Walker Immigration Shift ABC News Ignored

ALEXANDREA BOGUHN

Walker on This Week

ABC News left out key facts about Governor Scott Walker (R-WI)’s changing stance on immigration during their interview with the GOP presidential hopeful.

On the February 1 edition of ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos, guest host Martha Raddatz prompted Walker to discuss his proposals on immigration, asking “What would you do about the 11 million undocumented who are still here?” Walker replied that “We for sure need to secure the border. I think we need to enforce the legal system. I’m not for amnesty, I’m not an advocate of the plans that have beenpushed here in Washington… we need to find a way for people to have a legitimate legal immigration system in this country, and that doesn’t mean amnesty.”

But this is a significant change in Walker’s position on immigration. Previously, he questioned the need for greater border security, and supported a pathway to citizenship that was advocated by lawmakers in Washington.

As The Washington Post reported, during a 2013 interview with the Wausau Daily Herald editorial board, Walker advocated for a focus on “a saner way to let people into the country” rather than a focus on border security (emphasis added):

“It’s all is about the 11 million [undocumented immigrants],” Walker said. “You hear some people talk about border security and a wall and all that. To me, I don’t know that you need any of that if you had a better, saner way to let people into the country in the first place.”

Walker added: “If people want to come here and work hard in this country, I don’t care if you come from Mexico or Canada or Ireland or Germany or South Africa or anywhere else. I want them here.”

In the same interview, Walker said “I think they need to fix things for people who are already here, find some way to deal with that.” When asked specifically about the 11 million undocumented immigrants already in the country, and whether he could “envision a world where with the right penalties and waiting periods and meet the requirements where those people could get citizenship,” Walker replied “sure … I mean I think that makes sense.”

 

Scott Walker backs path to citizenship, increased immigration

By Aaron Blake

 

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) said Tuesday that he supports a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants but that federal immigration reform efforts miss a key element of the debate.

In an interview with the Wausau (Wis.) Daily Herald editorial board, Walker said the debate should focus on making it easier to immigrate rather than on what to do with immigrants already here illegally and border security.

“It’s all is about the 11 million [undocumented immigrants],” Walker said. “You hear some people talk about border security and a wall and all that. To me, I don’t know that you need any of that if you had a better, saner way to let people into the country in the first place.”

Walker added: “If people want to come here and work hard in this country, I don’t care if you come from Mexico or Canada or Ireland or Germany or South Africa or anywhere else. I want them here.”

Walker spokesman Tom Evenson said the governor hasn’t endorsed a particular policy, but feels that immigration needs to be addressed.

“Governor Walker recognizes that we have a broken immigration system, and while he hasn’t endorsed a specific policy, the Governor believes this is an issue that must be addressed,” said Evenson.

Walker is considered a potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate. He has in the past suggested he could support the kind of tough immigration laws instituted in Arizona, but seemed to back away from that position in December when he said such legislation would be a “huge distraction.”

Walker said in February that he could support a path to citizenship, but said legal immigrants should get priority over illegal immigrants.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-politics/wp/2013/07/03/scott-walker-backs-path-to-citizenship-increased-immigration/

 

Scott Walker on Immigration

Endorses path to citizenship for immigrant workersScott Walker distanced himself from House Republicans debating a new immigration bill by endorsing a path to citizenship for immigrant workers.Walker acknowledged that a substantial number of Wisconsin farms depend on migrant workers, some of them here illegally. He also was sharply critical of how difficult the federal government makes it for those workers to come to this country.

“If people want to come here and work hard and benefit, I don’t care whether they come from Mexico or Ireland or Germany or Canada or South Africa or anywhere else,” he said. “I want them here.”

The Democratic-led U.S. Senate passed an immigration bill last week that features a path to citizenship for millions of illegal immigrants already in the U.S. Many conservative House Republicans oppose the bill, viewing it as rewarding law-breakers.

He said as a gubernatorial candidate in 2010 that he would sign an Arizona-style bill, which would allow local police to stop suspected illegal immigrants.

Source: Wisconsin Rapids Tribune, “Endorses path to citizenship” , Jul 3, 2013

Make it easier to enter the country legallyWalker said he is in favor of the Senate immigration bill–that features a path to citizenship–but called it a backward “Band-Aid” approach, saying elected leaders should make it easier for people to enter the country and become legal citizens in the first place.

“Not only do they need to fix things for people already here, or find some way to do it, there’s got to be a larger way to fix the system in the first place,” he said. “Because if it wasn’t so cumbersome, if there wasn’t such a long wait, if it wasn’t so difficult to get in, we wouldn’t have the other problems that we have (with people living here illegally),” he said. Walker’s stance on immigration reform evolved over the years.

Source: Wisconsin Rapids Tribune, “Endorses path to citizenship” , Jul 3, 2013

2010: stop suspected illegals; 2012: that’s a distractionWalker’s stance on immigration reform evolved over the years. He said as a gubernatorial candidate in 2010 that he would sign an Arizona-style bill, which would allow local police to stop suspected illegal immigrants, if he were elected. Then, in December 2012, Walker said he no longer favored such a bill, telling reporters that such legislation would become a “huge distraction” from accomplishing his agenda for the state. Today, Walker said he would support a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants under some circumstances.

Source: Wisconsin Rapids Tribune, “Endorses path to citizenship” , Jul 3, 2013

Supports AZ’s immigration law and no benefits for illegalsI am disappointed by the federal judge’s ruling to block Arizona’s right to enforce the rule of law without interference from the federal government. As governor, I will sign similar legislation to the Arizona Law to ensure the taxpayers of Wisconsin are not paying for benefits like Badger Care and in state college tuition for people who are here illegally.

Source: 2010 gubernatorial press release, “AZ Law” , Jul 28, 2010

http://www.ontheissues.org/governor/Scott_Walker_Immigration.htm

In U.S., 6 in 10 Dissatisfied With Immigration Levels

Story Highlights

  • 60% dissatisfied with current level of immigration; 33% satisfied
  • Republicans more likely this year to be dissatisfied

WASHINGTON, D.C. — As congressional Republicans weigh whether to file a lawsuit against President Barack Obama for his executive actions on immigration, 60% of Americans say they are dissatisfied with the level of immigration into the country today. This is an increase of six percentage points from 2014, but is comfortably lower than the 2008 high of 72%. By contrast, one-third of Americans are satisfied with current levels of immigration.

Satisfaction with Immigration in U.S.

Few issues on Gallup’s annual Mood of the Nation poll saw such a drop over the past year in the number of Americans expressing satisfaction — or the corresponding climb in those voicing dissatisfaction — as the desired level of immigration. The poll, conducted Jan. 5-8, saw larger drops in such high-profile issues as the nation’s security from terrorism (10-point drop from 2014) and a 25-point decline in satisfaction with the state of race relations.

The increasing level of dissatisfaction with current immigration levels comes at a time when immigration is once again a major issue in the political debate. Late in 2014, President Obama issued an executive action protecting some immigrants who are living in the U.S. illegally from deportation. While the move has been politically popular for the president among Hispanic Americans, it is not without controversy. Republicans on Capitol Hill have vowed to undo the measures, and in fact the House has passed a spending bill that includes language to roll back the president’s actions. That legislation is unlikely to receive approval in the Senate, but it speaks to the broader partisan conflict unfolding on immigration.

Importantly, this survey question does not distinguish between legal and illegal immigration. While many Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, are careful to say they support legal immigration, the party is nonetheless known for housing many outspoken politicians on this issue, such as influential Rep. Steve King of Iowa, whose anti-immigration rhetoric often does not distinguish between legal or non-legal status.

Nearly Two in Five Want Less Immigration

In a follow-up question that queried Americans who are dissatisfied with the current levels of immigration, the majority — 39% of U.S. adults in total — said they would like to see the level of immigration decrease. This ranks among the lowest level of Americans who are dissatisfied and express a desire for less immigration since Gallup began asking the question in 2001, even if it is nominally higher than last year’s 35%. The share of Americans who are dissatisfied and want more immigration (7%) was unchanged from 2014.

Satisfaction with Immigration in U.S. by Desire for More or Less

Fourteen percent of Americans said they were dissatisfied with the current level of immigration in the country, but did not express a specific preference for either increasing or decreasing it.

Republicans Most Dissatisfied With Level of Immigration

More than four out of every five self-identified Republicans say they are dissatisfied with the current level of immigration (84%), a figure that towers above the number of independents (54%) or Democrats (44%) who feel similarly. Moreover, the number of GOP affiliates saying they are dissatisfied on this issue swelled by 19 percentage points compared with 2014 — suggesting that the overall increase in public dissatisfaction with immigration levels is driven primarily by Republicans, perhaps in reaction to the president’s actions. However, even among Democrats, dissatisfaction increased by eight points this year.

Satisfaction with Immigration in U.S., by Party ID

Bottom Line

Republican lawmakers who oppose the president’s recent executive action on immigration are finding different venues to challenge the decision. This is happening via legislative measures, and will perhaps make it through the court system. The matter will likely weigh heavily on the upcoming Senate confirmation hearings of Attorney General-nominee Loretta Lynch.

The president’s disputed actions may have had some effect on how Americans perceive immigration levels, providing Republicans additional fodder with which to challenge the president. The number of Americans saying they are dissatisfied with current immigration levels increased by six points and seems mostly driven by self-identified Republicans, although dissatisfaction among Democrats is also up slightly. Still, compared with earlier times this century, a smaller than usual proportion of Americans say they are dissatisfied with immigration levels.

Survey Methods

Results for this Gallup poll are based on telephone interviews conducted Jan. 5-8, 2015, with a random sample of 804 adults, aged 18 and older, living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. For results based on the total sample of national adults, the margin of sampling error is ±4 percentage points at the 95% confidence level. All reported margins of sampling error include computed design effects for weighting.

Each sample of national adults includes a minimum quota of 50% cellphone respondents and 50% landline respondents, with additional minimum quotas by time zone within region. Landline and cellular telephone numbers are selected using random-digit-dial methods.

View complete question responses and trends.

 

Gallup Poll: Only SEVEN PERCENT Of Americans Want More Immigration

According to a new Gallup poll, only 7 percent of Americans believe that we need higher levels of immigration. (RELATED: Gallup Shows Obama Is Wrong About Immigration)

In total, 60 percent of respondents said they were dissatisfied with the current levels of immigration to the United States. 33 percent said they were satisfied with current levels.

But among those who are dissatisfied with current immigration levels, 39 percent said they want less immigration, 14 percent say they want current levels to say the same, but only 7 percent say they want immigration levels to increase. (VIDEO: TheDC Reporter Challenges White House: Do Illegal Immigrants Have A ‘Right’ To Work In US?)

(Yes, 14 percent of Americans say they are dissatisfied with current immigration levels, but also say they want immigration levels to stay the same. I don’t get it either.)

Believe it or not, that 7 percent actually represents the highest level of support for increased immigration in the history of Gallup’s polling. In January of 2007, only 3 percent said the same. Since last year, the percent of Americans saying they are dissatisfied with current immigration levels has jumped from 54% to 60%.

http://dailycaller.com/2015/01/29/gallup-poll-only-seven-percent-of-americans-want-more-immigration/

 

GOP Leaders Minimize Immigration Fight While Obama Pushes For Amnesty Funding

President Barack Obama will using the Monday announcement of his 2016 budget request to help win the Senate vote that could block funding for his unpopular amnesty.

But GOP leaders aren’t doing anything significant in public to win the vote, which takes place Tuesday, Feb. 3.

GOP leaders are dropping the political ball, conservative advocate Dan Horowitz told The Daily Caller. “This is a lay-up. The president is putting illegals ahead of the interests of border security — that’s easy to message.” So the GOP leaders’ passivity sends a “message to the Democrats that ‘We’re just going through the motions to get the conservatives off our back.’”

The House-drafted bill would fully fund the Department of Homeland Security until October and also bar any spending to implement Obama’s legally questionable and unpopular executive amnesty.

The amnesty, announced Nov. 20, would hand out five million work permits, despite record low employment among Americans.

If Democrats stay united, the 54 GOP senators won’t reach the 60-vote threshold to begin formally debating the DHS bill.

That loss will increase pressure on the GOP to pass a revised DHS bill that funds the amnesty.

The pressure will come from Democrats, the established media, ethnic lobbies, business leaders and Wall Street donors, who see additional immigrants as an immediate wave of workers and customers, and a future wave of low-income Democratic voters.

Almost 90 percent of the GOP base — plus a majority of swing voters — oppose Obama’s executive amnesty. Only seven percent of Americans want a higher rate of immigration, according to a new Gallup poll.

Several Democratic senators, including West Virginia’s Joe Manchin, Missouri’s Claire McCaskill, and Oregon’s Ron Wyden, likely would have their polling numbers damaged if they support Obama’s amnesty, Horowitz said. In November 2014, 66 percent of voters in Oregon voted to deny drivers’ licenses to illegals. Obama’s amnesty would grant licenses to illegals.

The Senate’s GOP leadership, led by Sen. Mitch McConnell, scheduled the DHS vote for the day after Obama’s budget is released.

The vote will likely also occur before a Texas judge decides if Obama’s amnesty is illegal. The judge’s decision, which would likely block any distribution of work permits, could come this week, and could increase pressure on Democratic senators to support the GOP’s spending ban.

The DHS’ federal funding doesn’t run out until Feb. 27.

McConnell has focused on the expansion of presidential power in his opposition to the amnesty. ”The House-passed bill we’ll consider would do two things: fund the Department of Homeland Security, and rein-in executive overreach. That’s it. It’s simple. And there’s no reason for Democrats to block it,” McConnell said in a speech on the Senate floor.

Republican aides declined to explain McConnell’s strategy.

http://dailycaller.com/2015/02/02/gop-leaders-minimize-immigration-fight-while-obama-pushes-for-amnesty-funding/

 

 

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