Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Happy ThanksTaking

Under the president’s new amnesty, businesses will have a $3,000-per-employee incentive to hire illegal immigrants over native-born workers because of a quirk of Obamacare.

President Obama’s temporary amnesty, which lasts three years, declares up to 5 million illegal immigrants to be lawfully in the country and eligible for work permits, but it still deems them ineligible for public benefits such as buying insurance on Obamacare’s health exchanges.

Under the Affordable Care Act, that means businesses who hire them won’t have to pay a penalty for not providing them health coverage — making them $3,000 more attractive than a similar native-born worker, whom the business by law would have to cover.

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And … shop whining about having not so perfect El Presidente – that is the best America you could produce.

Sunday, November 02, 2014

Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi freed from Mexican jail


After 214 days in a Mexican prison, Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi returned home to Florida Saturday, having been freed Friday night after a strong diplomatic push appeared to help convince a judge to release the former Marine on humanitarian grounds.

After reviewing the ruling, Tahmooressi family spokesman Jonathan Franks said the judge acted on a recommendation from the PGR, the Mexican Attorney General's Office. In that motion, the prosecutor "essentially withdrew the charges," Franks said. Moments later, the trial judge issued an acquittal in Andrew's case, calling for an "immediate and absolute release."


Now, when will WE start enforcing OUR LAWS and secure borders and place border jumpers in jails or deport them into the hands of Mexican law enforcers (if there are such) instead of “assimilating them into foodstamps” at taxpayers expense?

Saturday, November 01, 2014

Canada suspends visas for residents of west African Ebola outbreak countries

Canada suspends visas for residents of west African Ebola outbreak countries

The Guardian‎ - 1 day ago

Canada, which has not reported any cases of Ebola so far, will not process visa applications from those who have been to ... who have been in an Ebola-affected country within the previous three months.


Cannot help, but wonder – why I don’t see mention of that in American mass media?