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Advocate Yaël Published in Watchdog on Amnesty

Young Voices Advocate Yaël Ossowski was published by Watchdog.org on President Obama’s forthcoming amnesty order:

The New York Times and others are reporting that President Obama will sign an executive order Friday to allow some allow some illegal immigrants to stay and work in the U.S.

In an administration notorious for its incompetence and overreach, the president’s order will be among his few worthy actions.

You can find the entire opinion piece here.

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Editor Casey Published in Townhall on Immigration Amnesty

Editor Casey Given was published in Townhall on the conservative history of immigration amnesty.

Here’s a pop quiz. Which president once said, “Illegal immigrants in considerable numbers have become productive members of our society and are a basic part of our work force”? Was it a liberal like Bill Clinton when he pushed for amnesty in 2000? Or, what about Barack Obama foreshadowing his forthcoming executive actions?

Actually, it was Ronald Reagan.

You can read the entire piece here.

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Advocate Matthew Published in the Corpus Christi Caller-Times on Amnesty

Advocate Matthew La Corte was published in the Corpus Christi Caller-Times on how the crisis on the border highlights the need for amnesty.

Last month, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson testified in front of the House Committee on Homeland Security regarding the spike in immigrant children at the southern U.S. border. In his opening statement, Committee Chairman Michael McCaul, R-Austin, argued, “This is a crisis that has been in the making for years.”

You can read the full piece here.

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