A little noted and probably not long remember story

Kevin McGill of “The Associated Press” covered a story out of New Orleans this week. The story was the Fifth U.S. District Courts hearing an appeal to the court’s hold on President Obama’s Executive Order to shield an estimated 5 millio

Kevin McGill of “The Associated Press” covered a story out of New Orleans this week. The story was the Fifth U.S. District Courts hearing an appeal to the court’s hold on President Obama’s Executive Order to shield an estimated 5 million people from deportation who are in the U.S. illegally.

 

Marielena Hincapie of the National Immigration Law Center speaking to the crowd that gathered outside the court said, “the three judges felt the vibrancy and power of our movement.” The activists criticized Republican resistance to the Obama program and called for policies that let immigrants stay and work in the country. The activists promised civil disobedience and 14 summonses for obstructing public passages. Hardly a major disobedience but in keeping with the “old news” aspect of the NILC’s “protest” as the court entertains arguments from the AG’s office and Texas and 25 other states protesting the executive order.

 

It is unclear according to Kevin McGill when the appeals court will rule. A ruling against the administration would further dim prospects of implementation of the executive action before Obama leaves office in 2017. Kevin said that appeals would take months and depending on how the case unfolds, it could go back to the Texas federal court for more proceedings.

 

The center of the objection of Texas and its’ 25 fellow states to the executive order is simple. The executive order grants a new legal presence to people in the country illegally, putting them in line to get permission to work and benefit from Social Security.

 

It is no wonder the mainstream media is not covering the 5th District Federal Court appeal hearing on the Presidents Executive order to 5 million illegal aliens and more importantly the NILC’s “protests. It is clear as President Obama’s lame duck term comes to an end there is little that he or his DOJ can do to impose his controversial immigration executive order on the country.

n people from deportation who are in the U.S. illegally.

Marielena Hincapie of the National Immigration Law Center speaking to the crowd that gathered outside the court said, “the three judges felt the vibrancy and power of our movement.” The activists criticized Republican resistance to the Obama program and called for policies that let immigrants stay and work in the country. The activists promised civil disobedience and 14 summonses for obstructing public passages. Hardly a major disobedience but in keeping with the “old news” aspect of the NILC’s “protest” as the court entertains arguments from the AG’s office and Texas and 25 other states protesting the executive order.

It is unclear according to Kevin McGill when the appeals court will rule. A ruling against the administration would further dim prospects of implementation of the executive action before Obama leaves office in 2017. Kevin said that appeals would take months and depending on how the case unfolds, it could go back to the Texas federal court for more proceedings.

The center of the objection of Texas and its’ 25 fellow states to the executive order is simple. The executive order grants a new legal presence to people in the country illegally, putting them in line to get permission to work and benefit from Social Security.

It is no wonder the mainstream media is not covering the 5th District Federal Court appeal hearing on the Presidents Executive order to 5 million illegal aliens and more importantly the NILC’s “protests. It is clear as President Obama’s lame duck term comes to an end there is little that he or his DOJ can do to impose his controversial immigration executive order on the country.

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