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?

Arden V

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What’s going on in the main-stream media (MSM) other than bad choices…

If it is not now – than when is it? This article may not be the most well-received in the blogosphere and we are sorry for that. Even worse we are sorry that such typical (stereotypical) measures must be taken or made reference too.

Of course we are referring to race in one of the most advanced nations of the world. There are certainly other very-developed nations, perhaps more advanced than the USA who have seen and experienced far worst yet somehow the people deal with it.

In this country we believe that people – of the human race – perpetuate the fodder for what else than what can be construed as racism. We do not believe that the phenomenon is static or growing by any means. Consequently, by writing this article which most will tell you is taboo in America, we feel the need to write it and just to point out some instances in the news lately that we believe have tilted the balance far too much.

In our first example we have an eerie feeling about what the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office is doing regarding Whitney Houston’s death other than being hyper-politically correct. We mentioned this simply because Ms. Houston’s cause of death is not presented well. Here is the headline run at the Los Angeles Times: Whitney Houston died from drowning, coroner says.

The release of the autopsy findings ends weeks of speculation about what killed the Grammy-winning singer on Feb. 11 on the eve of the Grammy Awards. Houston was found submerged in the bathtub of her room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, and her death has been ruled as accidental. Several bottles of prescription medications were found in her hotel room, but coroner’s officials said they weren’t in excessive quantities. This is an untrue statement: the LACCO is still waiting on a full toxicology report that is weeks away from being released.

Coroner’s Chief of Operations Craig Harvey said cocaine and its byproducts were found in Houston’s system, and it was listed as a contributing factor in her death. He said the results indicated Houston was a chronic cocaine user. (See actual death certificate press release.)   

Toxicology results also showed Houston had marijuana, Xanax, the muscle relaxant Flexeril and the allergy medication Benadryl in her system. Houston died just hours before she was scheduled to appear at producer Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy Awards bash.

Our problem is obvious we believe. If a person who has ingested some powerful semi-hypnotic and opiate based medications and needed a bath to relax or what have you, then with body temperature being influenced by water temperature, one would think that a few lines, or spoonfuls of cocaine may not be the best recipe for either getting a clear head or a little pick me up.

This unfortunate sequence of events is hard – yet hardly accidental. We believe the main-stream media is definitely covering up some issues; therefore, the autopsy results are biased.

In our second such example is that of Trayvon Martin, who – other than the person who was with him – can definitively tell the absolute truth about what happened that resulted in his death.

Special interest groups, social advocacy groups, civil rights leaders, as well as young Trayvon’s family and community have made enough noise to finally get someone to act.

Therefore on Thursday night, Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi appointed a special prosecutor to take over the state’s investigation of the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin last month.

We’d ask please allow this team headed by the special prosecutor to do – without interference or bias – let them do their job. We are not willing to discuss virtually anything to do with how, when, or where Mr. Trayvon Martin was insofar as we believe that 17 years of age is far too early for someone to die.

It is our belief that the main-stream media has just about ruined any person of getting a fair trial; furthermore, we’re not sure that anything we know as “justice” will be served. This is what we all could do for the case – our social responsibility of using our right to free speech with good conscience and speak with fidelity and reliability.

 

Tea Party or Gibson Music Getting the Worst deal?

We believe that just as the Depts. of Justice and Fish, Game, and Wildlife have done their level best to overly intrude on the materials and manufacture of the “Made in the U.S.A.” Gibson brand musical instruments in their egregious raids of Gibson’s Nashville and Memphis Tennessee construction plants and that for no other reason than to put the American iconic guitar company out of business.

What’s worse is that the executive branch of government is not fully appraised of India law; the more fool-hearted attempts are being made. Quite openly Gibson has complied with every type of law that is on the books currently (team of international attorneys) as well as has made provisions for the future as well.

Gibson’s attorneys have provided “The wood the government seized Wednesday is from a Forest Stewardship Council certified supplier,” as well as the question in the first raid seemed to be whether Gibson had been buying illegally harvested hardwoods from protected forests, such as the Madagascar ebony that makes for such lovely fretboards.

But with the new raid, the government seems to be questioning whether some wood sourced from India met every regulatory jot and tittle. The tangled intersection of international laws is enforced through a thicket of paperwork. Recent revisions to 1900’s Lacey Act require that anyone crossing the U.S. border declare every bit of flora or fauna being brought into the country. One is under “strict liability” to fill out the paperwork—and without any mistakes.

There are many updates to this ongoing “investigation” (read here) and we will continue to bring the news as it happens; however, there is a very instructive video to watch (click here) so as to clearly identify what it is that the government cannot identify for the sake of charging Gibson with anything.

We are sure that this vacillation is stemming from and a response from the absolute lambasting the Tea Party is getting at the hands of union bosses, politicians, and most conspicuously bad or offensive public reporting done by the main-stream media.

Reading today over at Fox News it is proposed that the Tea Party has 80,000,000 (eighty million) registered members and that the union participation in this country is roughly 50,000,000 (fifty million) dues paying members. We like to publically suggest that when addressing a political party, words such as “…those sons of bitches…” one might want to do some math.

Never have I witnessed such heinous acts of verbal assault, mugging or violence especially when directed at a particular group of people. Sure in past history there were words flying in every direction at opposition parties; basically, those who are able to make or break decisions either way.

But ladies and gentlemen, here is a grass roots organization that specified their mission statement prior to just about anyone aligning themselves with the Tea Party. The hostile comments directed at a specific group of people such as the Tea Party members should certainly be support enough to show how biased the main-stream media is; moreover, we are wondering why Attorney General Eric Holder and his cohort Thomas Perez haven’t brought civil rights violations against these unscrupulous people.

Tea Party members be cautioned of a discrimination lawsuit being aimed at you from the Justice Department.