Respect for National Sovereignty and Integrity 

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Like many, LEAN is offended by longstanding government failures to keep American citizens and legal residents safe by failing to secure our borders and enforcing existing immigration laws.

Those failures have a human toll – growing numbers of Americans raped, robbed, shot, and killed at the hands of illegal aliens who should have never been encouraged or allowed to reside unfettered in our country. 

The United States should never become a sanctuary for those who oppose our values or hold a desire to overturn our way of life. 

Clearly defined and effectively controlled borders, together with a clear process for those desiring to enter the U.S. and share American values are fundamental to our national sovereignty, as is excluding those who are here illegally, especially those who commit crimes here.

LEAN rejects the legitimacy of Sanctuary Cities that resist and work to defeat legitimate federal requests and actions to make America safer through the removal of criminal illegal aliens. 

We support efforts of President Trump to locate, arrest, and immediately deport those criminal illegal aliens who have already demonstrated their willingness to commit serious violent crimes in a country in which they are unlawfully present. 

We support legislation such as Kate's Law (S. 45 and H.R. 361) and the Davis-Oliver Act (introduced on June 22, 2015, but was not enacted) that would require incarceration of previously excluded illegal aliens and require local jurisdictions to fully comply with federal immigration law or face the suspension of federal funding. 

 

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National Sovereignty and Integrity News

Reuters: U.S. Says Detained Mexican 'Dreamer' Should be Deported U.S. officials have initiated deportation proceedings against a Mexican immigrant with a work permit who was arrested near Seattle last week, alleging he has gang ties, according to a court filing from the Justice Department on Thursday. 

Reuters: U.S. Says Detained Mexican 'Dreamer' Should be Deported

U.S. officials have initiated deportation proceedings against a Mexican immigrant with a work permit who was arrested near Seattle last week, alleging he has gang ties, according to a court filing from the Justice Department on Thursday. 

Washington Examiner: Homeland Security: Drug Cartel Clout 'Stretches Across and Beyond' the Border A Department of Homeland Security official warned House lawmakers Thursday that Mexican cartels are able to exert leverage in dozens of cities across the U.S., and remain a major U.S. national security threat through their efforts to flood the U.S. with illegal drugs. 

Washington Examiner: Homeland Security: Drug Cartel Clout 'Stretches Across and Beyond' the Border

A Department of Homeland Security official warned House lawmakers Thursday that Mexican cartels are able to exert leverage in dozens of cities across the U.S., and remain a major U.S. national security threat through their efforts to flood the U.S. with illegal drugs. 

The Dallas Morning News: Gov. Abbott Threatens to 'Bring the Hammer Down on Dallas County' Over Immigration AUSTIN -- Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday threatened to "bring the hammer down on Dallas County" if it acts on its new resolution welcoming unauthorized immigrants. 

The Dallas Morning News: Gov. Abbott Threatens to 'Bring the Hammer Down on Dallas County' Over Immigration

AUSTIN -- Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday threatened to "bring the hammer down on Dallas County" if it acts on its new resolution welcoming unauthorized immigrants. 

 

National Sovereignty and Integrity Legislation

S. 146: Border Security Technology Accountability Act of 2017 Introduced: Jan 12, 2017 Status: Referred to Committee on Jan 12, 2017 Sponsor: John McCain (R-AZ) House Bill: H.R. 505 (Passed House on Jan 31, 2017)

S. 146: Border Security Technology Accountability Act of 2017

Introduced: Jan 12, 2017

Status: Referred to Committee on Jan 12, 2017

Sponsor: John McCain (R-AZ)

House Bill: H.R. 505 (Passed House on Jan 31, 2017)

S. 87: Stop Dangerous Sanctuary Cities Act Introduced: Jan 10, 2017 Status: Referred to Committee on Jan 10, 2017 Sponsor: Patrick Toomey (R-PA)

S. 87: Stop Dangerous Sanctuary Cities Act

Introduced: Jan 10, 2017

Status: Referred to Committee on Jan 10, 2017

Sponsor: Patrick Toomey (R-PA)

S. 45: Kate's Law Introduced: Jan 5, 2017 Status: Referred to Committee on Jan 5, 2017 Sponsor: Ted Cruz (R-TX)  

S. 45: Kate's Law

Introduced: Jan 5, 2017

Status: Referred to Committee on Jan 5, 2017

Sponsor: Ted Cruz (R-TX)