Thursday, August 22, 2013

Video: D.A. King Interviewed by Jorge Ramos of Univision

Below is a great video of D.A. King being interviewed by Jorge Ramos on Univision (August 2013).

Ramos tries everything he can think of to try and paint King into a corner. It doesn't work.

If Ramos, as he says many times, is seeking a solution to the 11 million illegal aliens, why does that solution always mean amnesty?

Ramos is not seeking a solution to 11 million illegal aliens, he is seeking to aid them in their demand for amnesty.

He is not a journalist, he is an advocate.

Friday, August 2, 2013

Mark Shurtleff's Fellow National Immigration Board Member Arrested

Mark Shurtleff's fellow National Immigration Forum board member, Angelica Salas, was arrested on Thursday in Washington during a mob action to push for amnesty. 

Along with Angelica Salas, Frank Sharry was also arrested. Mr. Sharry is the former Executive Director of the National Immigration Forum. From his bio at America's Voice:

"Up until recently Mr. Sharry served as the Executive Director of the National Immigration Forum. The Forum, based in Washington D.C., is one of the nation’s premier immigration policy organizations, and has been at the center of every major legislative and policy debate related to immigration over the past 25 years."

The left is finding it harder and harder to not act like a mob and try to force amnesty through street action. 

It would be interesting to hear Mark Shurtleff's thoughts about the radical amnesty thugs that seem to permeate the amnesty movement - including the board of the National Immigration Forum.

The arrested:

"Those arrested in the morning action include church leaders, advocates and union representatives, people such as Angelica Salas, the executive director of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, and Frank Sharry of America’s Voice. They were charged with blocking passage and held for several hours before being released in the afternoon."

The article about the arrest is available at:

The National Immigration Forum's board:

Frank Sharry's bio: