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    Sen. David Vitter to Keynote 'Uninvited II', New Guests and Panels Announced

    by Matthew Boyle 5 Mar 2014, 10:09 AM PDT
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    Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) will deliver a keynote address on the dangers of granting amnesty to illegal aliens at “The Uninvited II: The National Security Action Summit” during CPAC, Breitbart News Network is proud to announce.

    Co-hosting the event alongside EMPAct America and the Center for Security Policy, Breitbart News Network will present the second annual installment of the “Uninvited” event—this year a full day of events and speakers rather than just one panel—at the Westin Hotel at National Harbor all day Thursday, from 8 AM until after 4 PM. Tickets are available for free but prior registration is required at HomelandThreats.com.

    First elected to the U.S. Senate in 2004, Vitter is known for being as vicious a fighter against amnesty as Senate Budget Committee ranking member Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL). He has offered scores of amendments and pieces of legislation to counteract efforts from Democrats and Republicans to grant amnesty to illegal aliens.

    Breitbart News is also proud to announce that Rep. Steve King (R-IA) will also speak on the topic of amnesty at the “Uninvited II.” Additionally, Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) will speak on how big a threat to America’s national security the national debt presents.

    Newly announced speakers also include former George W. Bush administration Western Hemisphere foreign policy official and current American Enterprise Institute fellow Amb. Roger Noriega; Judicial Watch’s top investigator Chris Farrell; American Foreign Policy Council president Herman Pirchner; Foundation for the Defense of Democracies national security expert Sebastian Gorka; former CIA agent Clare Lopez; and the Heritage Foundation’s Ariel Cohen. In addition, Breitbart News Network Senior Editor-at-Large Joel Pollak will speak, as will retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Bob Newman, Amb. Hank Cooper, and EMPAct America president Dr. Peter Pry.

    Also revealed today are panel presentations and topics at the “Uninvited II” event that include “The Common Defense Endangered: The Case for Peace Through Strength 2.0,” and a panel focused on the crisis unfolding in the Ukraine right now, titled “Crisis in the Ukraine: Putin’s Bid for USSR 2.0 and the Needed U.S. Response.” There will also be a panel focused on efforts to protect America’s power grids by pointing out vulnerabilities.

    As Breitbart News reported earlier this week, other speakers who will present at the “Uninvited II” include Reps. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Trent Franks (R-AZ), and Jim Bridenstine (R-OK). Former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey will also speak, as will several retired military generals, commanders, and admirals, former members of Congress, and anti-amnesty and pro-military grassroots activists.

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    Sen. David Vitter: 'Amnesty Now, Enforcement Later' Approach on Immigration 'Fatal Fl

    Sen. David Vitter: 'Amnesty Now, Enforcement Later' Approach on Immigration 'Fatal Flaw'

    by Tony Lee 6 Mar 2014
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    Sen. David Vitter (R-LA), who plans to run for governor of Louisiana, said that the "amnesty now, enforcement later" approach of amnesty advocates is a "fatal flaw" that will not solve the country's immigration problem.

    Speaking at the second annual Uninvited II national security forum across the street from CPAC Thursday, Vitter said that none of his Senate colleagues believed that the temporary legal status that would be given to the country's illegal immigrants would be revoked even if enforcement triggers were not met.

    Yet those same senators voted for last year's comprehensive immigration bill. He said his vote against the bill was at "the top of my list for this year" and was hopeful that amnesty opponents can "hold the line."

    Speaking at the forum that Breitbart News sponsored, Vitter said that the the amnesty legislation being proposed shows that Republicans have not learned from the 1986 immigration reform law that provided amnesty to three million illegal immigrants. After that legislation, Vitter said that the number of illegal immigrants quadrupled, but amnesty advocates keep promoting the same failed approach.

    "If you have amnesty first, you are never going to have any leverage for any meaningful enforcement," Vitter said.

    Vitter also said that amnesty proponents "will say there are enforcement triggers," but "that really falls apart" upon closer examination.

    "The day that bill is signed into law, almost all of the eleven million illegals will have a new legal status," he said. "It's a temporary legal status, but it is a new legal status before any changes in enforcement take place."

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    Added second article posted above to the Homepage:
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