Immigration News

Immigration News from Houston: Demonstrating Against the Mexican Consulate

On Friday, July 18,2014 outraged citizens and patriots joined forces to oppose the continued breach of Texas territory by illegal alien tresspassers. We had a very diverse group of people who turned up via the Overpasses for America in Texas (SE) network organized by Sam Herrera. Stop the Magnet was also present to help lead the event.

Immigration News from Houston: Duelling Protesters on the TC Jester Bridge

A hostile visitor opposes the message of Stop the Magnet to DEPORT on TC Jester bridge @ I-10Houston

 On July 10, 2014 as I got in my car to back out of my driveway at 6:30AM, I noticed a helicopter overhead. When I arrived at the planned demonstration site I understood why. I live some 5 minutes from the TC Jester overpass and was greeted by about 25 or so, open borders advocates in support of the tsunami of illegal aliens from Central America with a local Fox reporter ready to do a live interview. This demonstration for deportation had gotten out via our press release.

Would you vote for Texas Gov. Rick Perry for President if he fails to use his authority to protect our state borders?

The Obama administration has declared virtual amnesty at the border of Texas as tens of thousands of illegals flood our borders while the Border Guards are handcuffed and forced to wave busloads though our checkpoints. This is a national and state emergency.
In the last few months Texans have seen mass incursions by people hailing from primarily Central America, Mexico and other countries hostile to the USA. Recently the news has been reporting on this huge influx by the thousands often times by minors sent over by their parents. We do not yet see a viable outcry from the leaders in our state. Governor Rick Perry does have the authority to deputize officers from various law enforcement agencies or organize volunteers with past military experience to help secure the border. Further, he can utilize tenth Amendment powers and call the Texas Guard in to assist and utilize rainy day funds designed for just such emergencies.Why isn't Governor Perry acting decisively with this high level crisis while appearing on TV doing interviews and making the claim that Texas does not have the resources to protect the border?
The Texas governor has authority under the Texas Constitution to:
  • Call out the State Guard, National Guard and Air National Guard;
  • Deputize qualified citizens to guard the border, such as , citizens with law enforcement or military experience;
  • Utilize the rainy-day fund or other emergency funds to protect the border;
  • Call a special session.
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