Tag Archives: Ron Woodard

The illegal border surge and what we can do

The current crisis at our southern border is a mess and we need leadership, not delay and weakness from Congress and/or President Obama.  It was reported in the TV media tonight that President Obama will be in Texas, but instead of visiting the border or with … Continue reading

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Thom Tillis and David Rouzer – supported by groups favoring amnesty

Immigration Activists and Concerned Citizens, The Republican establishment portion of the Republican Party and illegal cheap labor and amnesty supporters such as the Chamber of Commerce are promoting and funding the campaigns of US Senate candidate Thom Tillis and 7th … Continue reading

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Republican US House leadership backs amnesty for illegals

Immigration Reformers and Concerned Citizens, The Republican U.S. House leadership backs amnesty for nearly all illegal immigrants. We are focusing on U.S. House Republicans from North Carolina, as Republicans are the majority party in the US House AND their leadership … Continue reading

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Big money wants cheap labor, wages driven down, and amnesty

Immigration Activists and Concerned Citizens, A number of big donors, large cheap labor industry groups, and some conservative groups masquerading as truly being concerned for the USA have been running ads in the media and want an amnesty for illegal … Continue reading

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See which NC Republicans voted to gut E-Verify and choose illegals over citizens

H.786 came up for a vote in the NC Senate in the dark of night and they voted just like the NC House to gut E-Verify which was to take full effect this month. E-Verify was to protect new jobs … Continue reading

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NC House neuters state E-Verify law to protect jobs for citizens

The NC House run by Republicans just this afternoon neutered the earlier E-Verify law (2011) that was to protect new jobs in North Carolina for only legal residents by passing H.786.   This was done by changing the definition of … Continue reading

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Tell Republican US House caucus to reject the Senate immigration bill

Immigration Reformers and Concerned Citizens, Tomorrow afternoon—Wednesday, July 10—U.S. House Republicans will hold a special conference to debate immigration policy and whether they will support any or all of the provisions of S.744, the Senate immigration amnesty bill. We can … Continue reading

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AMNESTY for illegals vote within 24 hours — you must act now

Immigration Reformers and Concerned Citizens, THIS IS CRITICAL.   If you earlier took action, do it again. THE FIRST VOTE ON THE NATIONAL S.744 LEGISLATION TO GRANT AN AMNESTY TO ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS WILL BE HELD IN THE U.S. SENATE WITHIN 24 HOURS.   At the … Continue reading

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NC Listen – Election and why an Amnesty will not get Republican voters

Concerned citizens and Immigration Reformers, Hispanics in general did not vote for Mitt Romney for the same reason they haven’t supported Republican Presidential candidates in the last 30 years (see more proof in my comments down below).  Because of mass legal immigration, which … Continue reading

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NC Listen – illegal immigrants are campaigning for Obama

Concerned Citizens and Immigration Reformers, Illegal immigrants are and have been campaigning for President Obama.   Sadly this is what happens when a sitting President offers himself as the weakest enforcer of our immigration laws AND recently decides to unlawfully grant a … Continue reading

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North Carolina: The Problem of Non-citizen Voters

Concerned Citizens and Immigration Reformers, See the pdf file weblink below on non-citizen voters diluting the rights of citizenship. http://cis.org/sites/default/files/non-citizen-voting.pdf This is yet another reason why we need a Voter ID law in North Carolina.  As you probably know, the … Continue reading

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NC Listen – Poverty Law Center sues to help illegals hurt poor citizens

Concerned Citizens and Immigration Reformers, The race-based Southern Poverty Law Center, who pretends to care about and help poor citizens, has sued Wake County in North Carolina because the county (according to the Law Center) is breaking federal law by not providing … Continue reading

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An Update on Immigration Reform in North Carolina

Concerned Citizens and Immigration Reformers, The fourth “Role in Immigration” NC House committee hearing yesterday at the NC General Assembly was a big disappointment.   First of all the committee allowed three known illegal immigrants (one former, two current) to give their opinion on … Continue reading

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Ron Woodard from NC Listen Addressing Immigration and Social Justice

Ron Woodard from NC Listen addresses the immigration hearings at the North Carolina General Assembly on March 28, 2012. Mr. Woodard’s comments concerning the Bible were made in response to the five different clergy members who addressed the committee. Social … Continue reading

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NC House Immigration Committee hearing on Wednesday, March 28th

UPDATE: The Consul General of Mexico will also be speaking at this event Concerned Citizens and Immigration Reformers, Plan to attend the fourth @ 1:00 PM in the Legislative Office Building (tentative Room 643) just behind the NC General Assembly Building in Raleigh. THIS HEARING WILL ALLOW PUBLIC COMMENT. … Continue reading

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