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SCOTUS Validates Key Component of Arizona Immigration Law SB 1070

Arizona vs United States – and it’s only Monday.

The core part of this bill, the ‘show me the papers’ provision which allows police officers to enforce immigration laws has survived Constitutional scrutiny and will be enforced immediately.

Rusty over at The Mental Recession reports that the DHS shall begin ignoring reports of illegal immigration from Arizona authorities:

DHS has issued a directive telling federal authorities to decline many of the calls reporting illegal immigrants that the Homeland Security Department may get from Arizona police.

Read that again.

HOMELAND SECURITY will be IGNORING PHONE CALLS regarding individuals who are IN OUR COUNTRY ILLEGALLY.  Doesn’t that defy the very definition of ‘homeland security’?

Seriously, can this administration be more surly and childish when it does not get it way? How many Arizona citizens will put in harms way over this edict?

SCOTUS blog informs readers that we will have to wait till Thursday for their decision on Obamacare.

What are your thoughts on the fate of Obamacare?

Another victory was handed to bloggers of every color, creed and stripe  - Aaron Walker has been unmuted! 

  I am free once again to do something very simple.  I am allowed to say the name Brett Kimberlin again.  The fact I was not allowed to do so, even in a post directed to the world at large and rather than any communication directed to Kimberlin himself, is a sign that things have gone horribly wrong in the Maryland legal system.

 

 

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One response to “SCOTUS Validates Key Component of Arizona Immigration Law SB 1070

  1. Trevor Hilton
    says:

    I’m married to an immigrant from Malaysia. I filled out the proper paperwork, paid the proper fees, filed with INS, and generally obeyed the law. Why should we be punished for being honest while those others be rewarded for being dishonest?

    As for Obummercare, I work on a US Government facility in Oklahoma City. I see the gross inefficiency (that means they’re 144 times inefficient). Once they were laying off janitors and security guards to “save money”, but bought a bunch of Kubota 4-wheelers with “year end money”. They buy equipment, and it sets in storage until it rots. If something gets lost, they just buy another one. They have money allocated to repair and money allocated to replace equipment. If someting catastophically fails, they’ll repair it instead of pooling the repair and replace funds to replace it.

    This is the future of health care with Obummercare.

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