Subject: Help Save Maryland – New Event and Reminders
NEW HSM EVENT AND EVENT REMINDERS
EVENT # 1
Savage, MD Meeting with State Senator Robey & Chief of Police – Howard County
There will be a meeting on Wednesday, June 16, at 5:30 pm in the Carroll Baldwin Hall to discuss what is going on in Savage and what is being done about it. In particular, the incidents at the river and the increased criminal activity there.
HSM members are asked to attend as State Senator James Robey (Democrat), a former police chief, doesn’t believe there is a Hispanic gang or illegal alien problem in Howard County. Sure, the MS-13 and Latin Kings gang members never cross the MoCo or PG County lines! What fantasy world does Robey live in?? Please attend!
Carroll Baldwin Hall
9035 Baltimore Street
Savage MD, 20763
EVENT # 2
MOCO POLICE CHIEF TOM MANGER’S JUNE
"LATINO LIAISON COMMITTEE MEETING"
THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2010
MONTGOMERY COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
2350 RESEARCH BOULEVARD
ROCKVILLE, MD 20850
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING AND SEATING
COME WATCH THE SHOW AS MONTGOMERY COUNTY POLICE CHIEF TOM MANGER JUSTIFIES HIS REFUSAL TO ENFORCE THE LAW AGAINST ILLEGAL ALIENS TO THE CHEERING TAXPAYER FUNDED GROUPS INCLUDING CASA OF MARYLAND, CATHOLIC CHARITIES, IDENTITY INC. AND MORE!
– See www.helpsavemaryland.com for more details.
EVENT # 3
CASA OF MARYLAND’S RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY FOR THEIR NEW TAXPAYER FUNDED ILLEGAL ALIEN CLUBHOUSE & SANCTUARY.
SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 11:30AM – 1:30PM
8151 15TH AVENUE (OFF UNIVERSITY BLVD)
LANGLEY PARK, PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, 20783
CASA IS OPENING THEIR NEW MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HISPANIC ILLEGAL ALIEN CENTER IN PREDOMINATELY BLACK PG COUNTY, WITHOUT INPUT OR APPROVAL FROM THE LOCALCITIZENS.
WE ARE EXPECTING MANY OF THE LAWLESS, PRO-ILLEGAL ALIEN MARYLAND POLITICIANS WHO FUNDED THE BUILDING TO ATTEND INCLUDING DEMOCRATS:
SENATORS BABS MIKULSKI & BEN CARDIN, CONGRESSMEN CHRIS VAN HOLLEN & DONNA EDWARDS & STENY "UN-AMERICAN" HOYER, GOVERNOR MARTIN OWE’ MALLEY, COUNTY EXECUTIVES IKE LEGGETT (IKE DOESN’T REALIZE IT’S IN PG COUNTY!) AND JACK JOHNSON, STATE DELEGATES VICTOR RAMIREZ, ANNA SOL GUTIERREZ, BENNY BARNES AND MORE!!!
– See www.helpsavemaryland.com for more details.
EXCELLENT ARTICLE ON HOW TO SOLVE THE ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION PROBLEM
Special Report: Immigration
Say No To Amnesty
Heather Mac Donald, Forbes Magazine, 06.28.10, 12:00 AM ET
"Comprehensive immigration reform" is a euphemism for amnesty. As such, reform will impose significant costs on the country. The primary effect of immigration amnesties in both the U.S. and Europe has been to attract more illegal immigration. An amnesty signals to potential border-crossers that if they can just get into the country illegally, they will eventually be given legal status. Illegal entries in the U.S. rose after the Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986 went into effect and have increased fivefold from the 1980s to today.
The vast majority of illegal aliens who have entered the U.S. since 1986 have been low-skilled, low-educated Mexicans and Central Americans; those groups will also make up the bulk of illegal immigrants most attracted by the current proposed amnesty. Mexicans, Salvadorans, Guatemalans and Hondurans made up 74% of the illegal population last year, says the Department of Homeland Security.
Therein lies the problem. To be sure, many children and grandchildren of Hispanic illegal aliens follow the timeworn immigrant trajectory of upward mobility; they are great assets to their communities. But a significant portion of second- and third-generation Latinos are assimilating downward into underclass culture. Hispanics have the highest rate of teen pregnancy in the U.S. and the fastest-growing rate of illegitimacy (now 53%) compared with blacks and whites. The incarceration rate of Mexican immigrants jumps more than eightfold between the first and second generations, resulting in a prison rate 3.5 times that of whites.
While second-generation Hispanics do better than their parents in school, that progress stalls at high school completion. Hispanics’ high school dropout rate–around 50%–has not budged for generations, and their low college-completion rate has not changed for two decades, according to Patricia Gandara and Frances Contreras in The Latino Education Crisis (Harvard University Press, 2008). In California, the bellwether for all things pertaining to illegal immigration, large numbers of U.S.-born Hispanic students continue to be classified as nonnative "English language learners" through much of their school years, even though they speak English, because their academic and linguistic skills are so deficient.
The costs of out-of-wedlock childbearing, academic failure and gang involvement among the progeny of Hispanic immigrants are enormous. (By one conservative estimate, California spends at least $6 billion a year on services, from education and health care to prison, for illegals and their families.) Come 2030 the country will have experienced its first national decline in literacy and numeracy if current immigration patterns hold steady, the Educational Testing Service warned in 2005. California faces an 11% drop in per capita income by 2020 unless the college matriculation rate of Hispanics improves, predicted the Center for Public Policy & Higher Education in 2005. Crime from California’s overwhelmingly Hispanic juvenile dropouts costs the state $1 billion-plus annually, the California Dropout Research Project at UC, Santa Barbara calculated last year.
It will not do to say we’ll maintain the low-skilled immigration status quo and fix its economic and social consequences through more government programs. Federal, state and local agencies have already spent billions of dollars trying to close the Hispanic achievement gap without noticeable effect.
A hundred years ago, when America’s economy was still heavily industrial, that gap would not have impeded the upward mobility of Hispanic immigrants and their children. Today, however, our economic future depends on a labor force with the advanced knowledge to compete with a fiercely disciplined Asia. Our immigration policy should reorient itself toward professionals and highly skilled tradesmen, following the lead of Australia, Ireland and Canada. We should limit family visas to members of an immigrant’s nuclear family and eliminate birthright citizenship for the children of illegal aliens. We must close off the flow of unskilled illegal aliens by enforcing the law, not subverting it with an amnesty. Stepped-up enforcement over the last few years has resulted in voluntary migration back to Mexico and Central America; mandatory work eligibility checks by employers and cooperation among local police and federal immigration agents would encourage more illegal aliens to self-deport. Those who choose to stay have no claim on legalization. Unlike the millions of legal immigrants, they assumed the risk of illegal status by knowingly entering the country in violation of our laws.
Heather Mac Donald is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a coauthor of The Immigration Solution (Ivan R. Dee, 2007).
MORE ANTI-AMERICAN NONSENSE FROM THE RADICAL HISPANIC CAUCUS. SAME CREW THAT ASSISTS CASA OF MARYLAND.
Hispanic Caucus Calls for Suspension of Arizona Immigration Enforcement
In response to Arizona’s tough new immigration law, the pro-amnesty
Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) is urging Homeland Security
Secretary Janet Napolitano to “immediately suspend” immigration
enforcement partnerships with law enforcement agencies in the state.
Specifically, the CHC is calling for suspension of all 287(g) and Secure
Communities agreements in Arizona. (The Hill, June 1, 2010; CHC Letter
to Napolitano, May 28, 2010). The 287(g) program allows the federal
government to enter into agreements with state local law enforcement
agencies to train police officers in the enforcement of federal
immigration laws. (287(g) Program Overview). The Secure Communities
program seeks to identify and deport illegal aliens booked into local
jails. (Secure Communities Brochure).
The CHC made its demands to Napolitano in a letter signed by CHC
Chairwoman Rep. Nydia Velazquez (D-N.Y.), CHC Immigration Task Force
Chairman Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.), and Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard
(D-Cal.). In addition to calling for the suspension of 287(g) and Secure
Communities agreements, the CHC praised Napolitano for her recent
statement opposing the Arizona law. Additionally, the CHC “strongly
recommend[ed] that [DHS] deploy monitors from the DHS Office of Civil
Rights and Civil Liberties (OCRCL) to Arizona by the time the law goes
into effect.” The letter further criticized DHS for its
“inexplicable decision” to continue its 287(g) and Secure
Communities partnerships with Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe
Arpaio, claiming that continuation of the agreements is “eroding the
integrity of DHS and emboldening Arpaio and his allies.” (CHC Letter
to Napolitano, May 28, 2010).
Not surprisingly, the CHC is not the first pro-amnesty group to call
for a suspension of 287(g) agreements in Arizona. The AFL-CIO, a
federation of labor unions notorious for its support for amnesty for
illegal aliens, and the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
(LCCHR) both made similar overtures to Napolitano in a letter sent May
10. (AFL-CIO Letter, May 10, 2010, See also FAIR’s Legislative Update,
May 17, 2010).