About AIC

  • AIC is an American non-partisan grassroots activist organization with more than a quarter of a million members – citizens of all races, creeds, and colors.
  • AIC, founded in 1983, is about stopping the millions of illegal aliens who sneak across our border from Mexico every year.
  • AIC is about deporting those illegal aliens already in the U.S.
  • AIC is about opposing all amnesties.
  • AIC is about strictly enforcing the current immigration laws and increasing penalties for those who knowingly transport, recruit, solicit, or hire illegal aliens.
  • AIC is about demanding that our federal government immediately use maximum manpower and support equipment to secure our nation from terrorists, drug smugglers, and illegals.
  • AIC is about reducing annual legal immigration to numbers which can be readily assimilated.
  • AIC is about actively promoting grassroots influence on legislators by means of letters, petitions, and postcard campaigns to promote secure border control.
  • AIC is about educating motivating and activating citizens with our newsletter Immigration Watch.
  • AIC is about our staff members who appear as guests on radio talk shows and TV programs to help alert the nation to the immigration crisis.
  • AIC is about encouraging all concerned citizens to join our efforts to secure America’s borders.

 

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Obama Claims Dictatorial Powers – 2/6/14

In response to a suggestion that he should end deportations of illegal aliens by simply issuing an executive order, President Obama stated: “[I]f in fact I could solve all these problems without passing laws in Congress, then I would do so. But we are also a nation of laws. That’s part of our tradition.” – The Wall Street Journal 11/25/13

Fact Check: When President made this statement, a great many people aware of his past actions on immigration were not impressed. In 2011, when asked if he would consider granting legal status to illegal aliens in the Dream Act category, he replied “I]t is just not the case that [I can ] suspend deportations through executive order [because] there are laws on the books that Congress has passed.” Most significantly, in 2010, legislation to legalize those illegal aliens failed in Congress.

But in spite of his prior statement and the decision of Congress, the law-making branch of government, Obama simply decreed that the “Dreamers” would get legal status and work permits as well. Some members of Congress indicated that they might challenge this usurpation of power, but no effective action took place. . . .

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