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Excuse me Senator, would you like a cup of Tea?

By Chad7846 of PA, Tuesday, October 26, 2010, 12:45 PM EDT

On December 16, 1773 there was a revolution in the Boston harbor. On November 2, 2010 there will be a revolution on Election Day. It’s Tea Party time in America. In the Senate alone, the Tea Party earthquake hit Nevada, Colorado, Utah, Kentucky, Delaware, Alaska, and Florida. But where do these anti-establishment candidates stand on Immigration issues? Where do these 7 key Senate candidates stand on Immigration Reduction? Reading the Tea leaves reveals an uncertain future.

Immigration Reform? Divide and Piecemeal

By Chad7846 of PA, Thursday, June 10, 2010, 3:45 PM EDT

Congress is back in action on Capitol Hill for a busy 4-week session leading into the 4th of July recess. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is on track to move an energy bill to the Senate floor and is supposedly pushing immigration reform aside for the moment. But don’t be too sure. Keep your eye on the DREAM Act and Ag Jobs amnesties. Add them together and you have a genuine full-scale Amnesty that would add well over 3 million people.

Last Week's Grassroots Visits to Local Senate Offices Spread the Anti-Amnesty Message

By Chad7846 of PA, Monday, June 7, 2010, 1:44 PM EDT

A week ago, the NumbersUSA Local Power Teams successfully coordinated a 25-state Senate office visit effort, sending a strong message to key Senators to stay away from the Reid/Schumer/Menendez amnesty proposal. Nearly 500 activists in small groups of 3-4 drove a national message into Senate offices to “oppose the amnesty proposal” circulating in Congress. Let's keep the visits happening.

Boycott Arizona? No way, It’s a Cheap Publicity Stunt

By Chad7846 of PA, Updated Friday, April 30, 2010, 3:00 PM EDT

On the day before Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona signed SB1070 into law, Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.) called for a boycott of his own state. He opposes the new immigration enforcement law. The proposed boycott of Arizona is a cheap publicity stunt. It is counter-productive to the U.S. worker and it is completely illogical. I flew to Arizona today and spent $100 in Phoenix on Arizona made products. I feel good about it and might plan a family vacation to Scottsdale this summer.

Immigration Headlines at Tax Day Tea Party in Boston and Washington D.C.

By Chad7846 of PA, Saturday, April 17, 2010, 10:00 AM EDT

Distributing NumbersUSA fliers with Bob Claycomb in Boston

I received 10 emails from NumbersUSA members who questioned us about going to Tea Party events in Boston and Washington D.C. this week to advocate immigration reductions. We distributed 10,000 fliers (see contents below) on the High Costs of Mass Immigration, and we passed out thousands of Immigration-Reduction Report Cards across the country. While not everybody is a fan of the Tea Party efforts, I believe most of our members get the big picture that 90% of Tea Party supporters oppose illegal immigration and want to stop amnesty.

S.T.O.P. AMNESTY in 2010! Target: State by State

By Chad7846 of PA, Updated Saturday, April 10, 2010, 11:30 AM EDT

With Congress still home for Spring recess and President Obama out trying to explain Health Care to the American public, the NumbersUSA Local Power Team has methodically delivered thousands of Immigration-Reduction Report Cards to grassroots activists across the country. Over the last 3 months we've updated our Report Cards that rank and grade Congress on their actions to reduce or increase overall immigration, and just recently added the ability to easily print the Report Cards for delivery to your local District Offices. We are rolling out our new campaign called “S.T.O.P.

What's Next? Could Health Care Reform Sink Immigration Reform?

By Chad7846 of PA, Thursday, March 25, 2010, 7:57 PM EDT

Victory and success often carry complex consequences. The health care win could be prescription for Immigration Reform defeat. With 25 Million Americans out of work, Pres. Obama and Congress need to do something popular next.

Countdown: S.T.O.P. AMNESTY in 4 DAYS!

By Chad7846 of PA, Thursday, March 18, 2010, 10:40 AM EDT

In just a few days the “March for America” will explode in Washington D.C. with a reported 100,000 people marching to give citizenship to 11-20 million illegal aliens. More than 700 buses are on their way to Capitol Hill supported by the AFL-CIO, National Council of La Raza, US Conference of Catholic Bishops, SEIU, Catholic Legal Immigration Network, RI4A, and the National Immigration Law Center. We need you to support America to S.T.O.P. AMNESTY in 4 DAYS!

Consolidated Union Leadership Support Amnesty Without Rank And File Support

By Chad7846 of PA, Tuesday, February 2, 2010, 11:53 AM EDT

Last month we noticed that one of our active members: John Buck, Regional Organizer American Federation of Citizen Union Workers P.A.C., was sharing and leaving outstanding comments on our blogs and news stories and leaving Facebook posts about union leadership. John has been a member since January 17, 2009 and has sent more than 135 faxes to Congress. I wanted John to share his stories and e-mails to me with you.

What I Said & Saw at Pasadena Anti-Amnesty Tea Party (1 of 50)

By Chad7846 of PA, Tuesday, November 17, 2009, 4:01 PM EDT

On October 13, 2009 Congressman Luis Gutierrez spent millions of dollars for his Amnesty launch party in 20 cities across the country. In quick response, the grassroots www.againstamnesty.com website was set up for the Tea Party Against Amnesty events that took place in over 50 cities this past weekend on November 14, 2009. There were fireworks in Pasadena, California.

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