STOP EXECUTIVE AMNESTY UPDATE: HOUSE WIN, ON TO SENATE
Victory! Thanks to activists like you, the House passed a bill defunding the implementation of President Obama’s executive actions giving millions of work permits to illegal aliens. Your support was critical to getting this bill through cleanly.
The bill now passes through the Senate and the ride will be fraught with opposition. Now, calls to the Senate are needed to make sure that they pass the House bill!
The Drudge Report picked up the CAPS MLK ad in the Washington Examiner and placed it in the coveted top left corner of the website for almost two full days!
The Drudge Report boasts an average of over 19 million visitors each month. This means that the Drudge link to our ad was seen by over a million people! Additionally, there are over 900 comments on the Examiner article, many expressing support and solidarity with our cause.
Additionally, CAPS MLK ad ran on CNN right before the State of the Union during “Anderson Cooper 360.” Thanks to your support, CAPS MLK ad was seen by millions of viewers and made it clear we should be asking President Obama why he is putting the interests of immigrant workers ahead of American workers who want jobs.
PROTEST IN SANTA BARBARA ON MLK DAY
Pro-illegal immigration and press censorship protestors vandalized the Santa Barbara News-Press offices after the newspaper published an “objectionable” headline, “Illegals line up for Driver’s Licenses.” Those protesters demanded that the newspaper retract the headline by January 19th, despite it being protected speech under the first amendment to the Constitution. Even though the newspaper used language that the federal government has endorsed, pro-illegal immigration protesters refused to acknowledge the fact that they were arguing for taking away the paper’s right to free speech, even while enjoying it themselves.
CAPS supporters and others rallied in front of the News-Press building in support of its right to free speech. Even though pro-illegal immigration and pro-censorship protestors attempted to drown out the supporters of the News-Press, the newspaper stood strong and refused to retract their headline.
CROWDIFORNIA VIDEO CONTEST: DEADLINE EXTENDED!
CAPS CROWDIFORNIA Video Contest is extending its entry deadline to February 28th. The contest is open to all high school and college students who are legal residents of the United States. Students are being asked to identify how population growth threatens California’s environment, natural resources, traffic, infrastructure or education system and propose a possible solution.
Stay tuned to your inbox, CAPS Facebook page, Twitter feed and website for more developments and information about how you can help preserve the environment and a good quality of life for all. Together we can save some America for all of our children and grandchildren.