Curious if first hand or second hand experience?MidJack said:
Process worker. Cogs in a machine. Necessary, smart, gritty, adaptable cogs, but cogs all the same. The best cogs you could hope for.CaptainChardonnay said:Leonard D Neubache, usually you post good stuff but comparing a nuclear submarine operator to a factory worker is pretty ridiculous/insulting. The US Navy doesn't give out top secret security clearance to idiots.
Bottom line: You gotta make the democrats, particular white ones, truly suffer so they learn the error of their ways. All the intellectual arguments or evidence presented (i.e Europe) is basically pointless. And even then, you got white democrats having children killed by illegals and they STILL don't get red pilled. INSANE. That's why I say I'd rather just peacefully break up and be done with it. Non-whites are not going to make-up the gap; not in the end ultimately at least. But we're fucked in the current frame work since we have no feasible way to make them suffer.Although the African-American Republican is popular with traditional GOP voters, he struggled in last Tuesday's election with black voters. In the Democratic stronghold of Detroit, which has the most African-Americans in the state, James garnered 4.8 percent of the vote, despite aggressive campaigning
This is Trump's signature issue, our country's signature issue, and due to a tiny budget, federal government bureaucracy, Congress head games, and low personnel numbers, Trump's actual enforcement capacity is essentially a limp dick on this front.Despite a consistent push from President Trump and leaders in his administration, lawmakers once again rejected the White House’s call for a dramatic increase in the number of federal law enforcement officers at the Homeland Security Department.
Congress took its opposition a step further in the fiscal 2018 omnibus spending bill, not just declining to fund a hiring surge but questioning the underlying wisdom of Trump’s proposal. Appropriators even noted, for the second consecutive year, that they reduced the funding total for Customs and Border Protection because of the agency’s own admission it would not be able to reach its lofty goals.
Trump’s budget had requested funding for 1,000 new agents as part of the his mandate that ICE bring on 10,000 law enforcement personnel. The agency has struggled to meet that goal, with the number of new deportation officer hires—where the Trump administration has envisioned the overwhelming majority of the new employees working—dropping in half in Trump’s first year in office to just 371.
The same executive order called on CBP to hire 5,000 new Border Patrol agents, and Trump’s budget requested funding for 500 to come on board this fiscal year. But Congress did not authorize any new hires at Border Patrol, and instead provided $7 million for 351 customs officers at ports of entry. Lawmakers noted that “despite significant investments in hiring, retention and recruitment strategies,” CBP now expects Border Patrol to lose more agents than it will gain in fiscal 2018.
Border Patrol also saw a net loss in agents in fiscal 2017 and is still nearly 2,000 agents short of its current congressionally-mandated floor. CBP is looking to improve that trend by adjusting its polygraph exam, changing its physical fitness test and reforming its training process. Agency leaders have said the average application processing time has decreased from 400 days in 2014 to 160 days today.
Straight up: If you're not pushing for martial law or at least willing to entertain the idea at this point to remove all illegal invaders immediately with extreme prejudice along with the arrest of pro-sanctuary democrats for sedition, you're missing the big picture, what motivated people to vote for Trump, and have simply lost the plot. The only legitimate excuse to wait is to hold out until Ginsburg kicks it (a significant gamble) so Trump can lock up the Supreme Court with pro-MAGA people."The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion [i.e. sanctuary cities] or Invasion the public Safety [i.e. 10 million plus people, kids getting citizenship/voting rights, illegals killing citizens] may require it."
Yes indeed, seems Saudi Arabia may well have changed its tune these days.godfather dust said:"The Saudis" recently changed leadership, and it's POSSIBLE (I'm not saying this is necessarily true) the new guy is a little different. See the outrage over the deep state "journalist" murder for some food for thought