Visas, Immigration, Illegal Immigration, Population Control, Wars, Religions, and Discrimination

Visas, Immigration, Illegal Immigration, Population Control, Wars, Religions, and Discrimination

As faimagesCAJK81ZEr as we see it – “it” being the operative word for the conditions currently going on in the United States – and seriously asking ourselves, “How good for us is all the squabbling.”  I’m not the first person to wonder about the rubbish we, as a nation, have gotten ourselves into; however, I would like to be ahead in the line of who it is that is trying with due-diligence to stop and get out of” it.”

And I will openly admit that I feel that the mainstream media has a firm foothold on how public policy and how American awareness feels about it. Therefore please, allow me to ask you a question and just hopefully we’ll get some responses to this question: “America is in trouble, what we can do to help our current government end this trouble?”

Just some fundamentals for us. Should the government (for whatever reason) continue to have a free give away Diversity Lottery on visas for 80,000 or more people per year?

In this article, it should be made known that at least 50% of all legal immigrants coming to America are awarded entitlements as at their arrival? What does good moral character mean? Do you feel as though so kind of legislation should be made prohibiting these individuals from gaining access to the USA?

And this entire notion of while a person is here in the USA while visiting from Russia, Iran, or Mexico, or anywhere for that matter, who goes into labor gives birth and WHAM! They have got a US citizen in their hands, which in turn makes every member of that child’s family or extended family worthy of receiving entitlements? Is that fair?

Now as for Senator’s: Schumer, Rubio, Graham, McCain, Flake, Durbin, Menendez, and Bennett commonly referred to as The Gang of Eight collectively these 8 senators wrote the first draft of the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013, commonly known as “the immigration bill.” As we already know, the House didn’t even look at the Bill so it was basically debunked on release. Did the USA need another Sub-Committee?

scalesDo we need to reevaluate the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 to regain control of our country? Currently, that act is viewed by most not as lifting the limits of immigrants from certain countries as much as with the Kennedy backing it is viewed now to be an act of civil rights legislation and those rights for potential immigrants. From the act itself”

  • It created a seven-category preference system, which gave priority to relatives of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents and to professionals and other individuals with specialized skills.
  • Immediate relatives and “special immigrants” were not subject to numerical restrictions. Some of the “special immigrants” include ministers, former employees of the U.S. government, foreign medical graduates, among others.
  • It added a labor certification requirement, which dictated that the Secretary of Labor needed to certify labor shortages.
  • Refugees were given the seventh and last category preference with the possibility of adjusting their status. However, refugees could enter the United States through other means as well like those seeking temporary asylum. How much has this notion changed?

Even if America is the land of opportunity why do politicians feel it’s necessary to spread that opportunity immediately?

CLOUD finger-illusionsDid you understand what the leader of Iraq meant when he stated, “Death to America and Israel”? Why is it so important to give visas to people who disagree with our way of life? This is confusing to me. “Let their blood run down the streets” is something we hear, beheading innocent individuals is just another thing we see. How long will it be until America shows the fortitude it once had?

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What is America Being Made Into..?

What is America Being Made Into..?

MV5BOTA2NjI3ODExNV5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTgwMjU3OTE5MDE@__V1_UY190_CR8,0,128,190_AL_Interestingly we have all watched the horror movies since the beginning of our very lives! When was the last time you or anyone you know gone to the Internet Movie Database (imdb) and if only for a moment just looked into the Horror Section?

It is even more phenomenal for me to look at the particular actors and actresses and seen what their real accomplishments have been say, into the Arts, Business, Social Sciences, and Medicine.

The point that is trying to be made here is that Boris Karloff, Betty Davis, Robert England, Lon Chaney, Bela Lugosi and Vincent Price, are recognized as one of the true icons of horror cinema, and the actor most closely identified with the general public’s perception of the “monster” from the classic Mary Shelley book, “Frankenstein” is Boris Karloff.
The irony about these thespians is that they lived almost dual lives. Most of them achieved high statuses in other fields.

It is also quite well-known that many of today’s stars or celebrities got their original startsMV5BMzc3NjEwNTM1MF5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwNDU2NzI5NA@@__V1_UX128_CR0,0,128,190_AL_ in some form of horror or thriller film.

I know that there have been extremely bizarre debates as well as arguments that deal with the film’s rating which as I’m sure you are aware of that the more blood, female skin, graphics, and the like, the more the film must be edited to receive a “good housekeeping” rating.

This genre of film works tremendously in the United States. For reasons that are unbeknownst to me since many of the characters, stories, and scenes come from different cultures living mostly in Europe.

So what does all of this have to do with the U.S.A. and what the country is being made into? Actually, or for the most part, nothing. For anyone that argues I would say that the slasher films or horror films are definitely part of the American culture.

Actually what concerns me is that the USA is a Judeo-Christian based culture; I know that there are some that would love to argue this point — but so, so sorry. There is no argument.

MV5BMTM3NjA1NDMyMV5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMDQzNDMzOQ@@__V1_UY190_CR0,0,128,190_AL_People say that there are difficulties with guns — is it guns or is it people? Same thing with crime. Speaking of incarceration and the disparities’ that seem too lopsided and I will argue that people are either not looking at the truth or, our system of laws is being too manipulated or, legislation is certainly in the wrong hands. Why should we as a nation, leave the sentencing criteria up to the House or Senate or both? These people do not know sentencing because they are rich and privileged.

Finally if the law states that for a “Third Conviction” a person gets life imprisonment, then anyone disputing that claim should not call for a change in sentencing guidelines (that’s discrimination!) but rather should be challenging the guidelines. One way or another it is always going to come back to the person who committed the crime. Guns, drugs, murder, etc., if the penalty is strong enough without exceptions then the crimes will drop like bricks.

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Just to Make Sure the President follows the Law

Just to Make Sure the President follows the Law

Lawmakers from both parties exchanged salvos Sunday over who should fill the Supreme Court seat vacated Saturday by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.

After news of Scalia’s death, Senate Republicans quickly dug in, promising to block President Obama’s nominee to replace him.

Led by Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., they pledged to keep the high court seat open for the next president to fill in 2017.

But Democrats argue that, with more than 10 months left in office, it’s Obama’s constitutional prerogative to fill the seat even if it is an election year.

Not so fast to the liberal faction, we argue. According to the U.S. Constitution the President’s privilege to nominate a candidate for the position of Supreme Court justice is what is at stake. And according to Article II Section 2, of the U.S. Constitution for the ratification of the individual nominated it would take two-thirds of the Senate conferring for the nomination to be approved.

Interestingly I happened on polling data being collected by an agency representing the entire United States by cable television. Accordingly, the results of the poll that asked “Should President Obama wait until a new administration takes office in 2017” 93 percent of the people polled said “Yes” while those who opposed was 7 percent.

It is important to point out that this was a popular poll – one in which could not claim to be a scientific poll. However, this shows that 93 percent of the people favored President Obama waiting until a new administration was seated. This of course means that Obama would not be making a nomination insofar as his term in office would be over.

Many experts allege that this action would solidify a positive legacy for the president.

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A Look at the Usurpation of Politics

Same Sex Marriage…A Look at the Usurpation of Politics

Now realistically…who did not see this coming? From the instant this entire matter started wearing that fancy “federal” title we knew it was only a matter of time before a decent, respecting, God-fearing state would see the monumentous problems this intrusion has made.
Attorneys for same-sex couples turned away from a marriage license office in Alabama asked a federal judge Tuesday to clarify that local officials must issue the permits.

Gay_Marriage_Alabama-0df69The legal action is the latest twist in a standoff with Alabama authorities defying a federal court ruling that cleared the way for same-sex marriages in the state.

The request on behalf of more than 10 couples came after a majority of probate judges in the state closed up shop Monday rather than issue the licenses.

Alabama joined 36 states and the District with legal same-sex marriage after a federal judge overturned the state’s ban. (For those figuring that’s a HUGE 74%).

On the day that same-sex unions became legal in Alabama, local officials in dozens of counties on Monday defied a federal judge’s decision and refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, casting the state into judicial chaos.

Gay couples were able to get licenses in about a dozen places, including Birmingham, Huntsville and a few other counties where probate judges complied with the judge’s decision. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled early Monday that it would deny Alabama’s request to put the marriages on hold.

This action by the US Supreme Court is a step in maneuvering towards the goal of “Usurpation of politics” insofar as it rightly appears that the local, state, and Supreme Court’s of thirty seven states as well as the District of Columbia are not requisite with earlier decisions made by the federal government.

But in the majority of counties, officials said they would refuse to license same-sex marriages or stop providing licenses altogether, confronting couples — gay and heterosexual — with locked doors and shuttered windows.

Many of the state’s 68 probate judges mounted their resistance to the federal decision at the urging of the firebrand chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Roy Moore. He is best known for refusing more than a decade ago to comply with a court order to remove a monument to the Ten Commandments from the state Supreme Court’s offices.

But the probate judge in Mobile — scene of the most high-profile confrontation — has also asked for legal clarification from the Alabama Supreme Court in a counter move.

It was this court’s chief justice, Roy Moore, who had initially advised the probate judges not to give out the licenses.

“For now, we’re going to maintain the status quo,” the aide, Mark Erwin, told a crowd of about 20 people gathered at probate court.

Despite the chaos, hundreds of gay and lesbian Alabama couples managed to get marriage licenses Monday, activists said.

Some activists believe the state’s chief justice Moore also has intimidated probate judges. A letter late Sunday from Moore claimed probate judges could face reprimands from the governor if they issued same-sex marriage licenses.

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Obama Administration admitted to The New York Times they resisted producing a metric

Who could believe what this man says?

Who could believe what this man says?

In a stunning admission, officials in the Obama Administration admitted to The New York Times they resisted producing a metric to determine whether the border is secure because President Obama did not want any hurdles placed between illegal aliens and a pathway to citizenship (The New York Times, Mar. 21, 2013).

The admission was made to the New York Times Thursday, a day after Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials shocked Members of Congress by announcing that despite promises to develop one, they still have no official way to measure whether the border is secure. (Hearing video clip; Mar. 20, 2013)

In 2011, the Obama Administration abandoned the metric of “operational control” and it planned to develop a new “holistic” measure, called the Border Condition Index (BCI) to measure border security. Indeed, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano herself told Congress in October 2011 that this index would be able to provide “the big picture” for measuring progress at the border and that it would be ready the second quarter of Fiscal Year 2012. (Napolitano Testimony, Oct. 25, 2011; See FAIR Legislative Update, Mar. 4, 2013, for more background information.)

Upon learning the Obama Administration delayed developing a border security metric to protect a pathway to citizenship for illegal aliens, the FAIR sharply criticized both the Administration and those in Congress who are trying to ram a mass amnesty bill through Congress.

“The American people need to understand that the current administration has no intention of honoring any enforcement commitments that might be included in an amnesty bill. Both the administration and leading lawmakers are making it clear that enforcement will either be delayed endlessly or ignored altogether,” said FAIR’s President Dan Stein.

“Moreover, how can Congress possibly consider passing mass amnesty legislation when the Department of Homeland Security admits it has no way of measuring whether the border is secure, and when Obama Administration officials say they don’t want one?” he concluded. (FAIR Press Release, Mar. 22, 2013) Hat-tip to Julie Kirchner at FAIR for inspiration.

 

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Which are you– Makers or Takers

A new Pulse Opinion Research (POR) survey provides all the evidence needed to conclude that America was mortally wounded by the reelection of Barack Obama. For whatever their reason, the “Makers” in our country saw fit to stay home and allow the “Takers” and their enablers to ascend to power. Now the country will reap the devastation brought on by their decision.

The opinion splits found in the POR report on every important indicator of the financial health of the country could not be clearer. While an overall 59% think the country is on the wrong track, 87% of Republicans (the Makers’ Party) said “wrong track” and 54% of Democrats (the Takers’ Party) saw the nation as being on the right track. Why should they think otherwise with so much “free stuff” coming their way paid for by taxes collected from the Makers?

timthumbolil obamaEverything is “free” in Comrade Obama’s land of milk and honey – isn’t it? Sixty percent of the Takers believe they will be better off after another four years of Obama’s “free stuff for all”; but only 30% of the Takers believes their children will be better off. This attitude suggests a live in the now mentality. For reasons we don’t believe need further explanation are what if the generation before your current generation decided on the same value or lack thereof system. Do you think that education would be as wide spread and have an easy access to use? How about the civil rights thinking in our nation?

By contrast, just 4% the “Makers” say their children will be better off; 80% said their children’s lives will be bleaker under more of Comrade Obama’s largesse. This clearly proves the base selfishness of the Takers. It shows that although they believe their children will be worse off tomorrow because of the way they want to live the next four years, they don’t give a damn.

story The Makers are frightened and upset about the horrible mess their children have been handed, but the Takers are chanting, “O-BAM- A; O-BAM-A; FREE STUFF; FREE STUFF; O-BAM-A!” African Americans, whose unemployment is double that of whites and substantially higher now than it was when Obama came to office, are of course more upbeat than any other group. Forty four percent of African Americans think the country is moving on the right track. A huge 56% of African Americans think their children will be better off after four more years of Comrade Obama’s bottomless

“Free stuff for all (well, almost all)” policies while just 10% of whites feel the same way. That’s 56% for one group and 10% for the other – any questions. Sure we have a bonafide question. Q: How is it that African Americans see the unemployment rate within the ranks as well as the rate is substantially higher than when Obama took office are full of so much praise for Obama rather than being critical. It really appears that the white and Latin American populace are the people making the most waves insofar as the evidence shows that Obama’s programs, law breaking, and squandering every opportunity for economic growth for America are in fact the one’s holding Obama to the fire.

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The Immigration and Nationality Act

The Immigration and Nationality Act, or INA, was created in 1952. Before the INA, a variety of statutes governed immigration law but were not organized in one location. The McCarran-Walter bill of 1952, Public Law No. 82-414, collected and codified many existing provisions and reorganized the structure of immigration law. The Act has been amended many times over the years, but is still the basic body of immigration law.

One notion that must be adhered to above all of the rest is that I or anyone else here at The Contemplative Thinker has any disrespect, disenchantment, or disservice with the majority of illegal aliens that are in the United States of America. Born and raised in Southern California one would be completely antisocial not to have many, many Latino amigos.

502c7972dc3b3.preview-620_illegals trying to get DreamIt is worthy of noting that at one time I too was an illegal immigrant in a foreign country; albeit, I didn’t intentionally go and break their law of the land, or travel to that nation without proper immigration documents – which I hope you will appreciate saved my rear in the end.

Therefore it is with compassion, understanding, and the overall sense of wanting to make a better society that I have such a passion with this issue. In addition, I would not be telling the truth if there were some attitudes I don’t like or public policy decisions being made here in the USA. The disrespect we are shown by our own elected officials especially the arrogant African-American who resides in a White House and collects a salary of which I am a part of supplying for this egomaniac is so out of control.

What I am trying to get at is person to person there is not any degree of a problem that I have with you – the illegal immigrant. You will no doubt notice that I do not use such words as undocumented, irregular, taking the pledgeunauthorized, or any other word than illegal. This exists simply because you have broken a law to gain entrance into a place that has laws that prohibit it.

Subsequently, most of your parents, aunties, uncles, and other relatives that are here – also illegally – are not assisting you and/or your future, but who knows right? I do not like the expression “through no fault of their own” simply because I feel that is a politically correct way of identifying a person’s interests.

Economics,-Accounting-and-FinanceLet’s look at it this way – if you are here in the USA illegally by no fault of your own – then by reason or law of cause and effect someone must be at fault. If not you then let’s say it is your parents fault. Do you feel as though they should be fined? Or do you feel as though they too should get a free-pass into a sovereign nation that has laws that prohibit such selfish conduct.

Please hear me out here – the reason I allude to the act of selfish conduct is simply because in a nation that has experienced more civil rights conventions than perhaps every other part of the world combined – has anyone thought if even for a nanosecond about the civil and/or human rights of those who were born, raised, experienced their first love, car, prom, varsity game, lover, cheerleader, fight, or enlisting into the armed forces to defend this nation and the people who live in it.

From the very founding of this nation – the United States of America – and even prior to that occasion, the founders had set laws against the very illegal immigration that is occurring now. What has got to be thela raza fist quintessential rub in the face is in the notion of special interest groups such as the National Council of La Raza, MALDEF, with the National Caucus of Hispanic Leaders, the Congressional Black Caucus, NAACP, as well as the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Enough for now; however, we believe that there is enough rubbish (human excrement, caca) that is going on as far as demands with attitudes, “Now Show Me Your Papers” it is vitally important to the success of our proposed immigration reform that we get along, as we should.

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