Real ID TREMORS: Oklahoma & Maryland

Posted: December 29, 2008 in Border issues Real Id DHS, Maryland, Oklahoma, Texas

RUMOUR HAS IT …Oklahoma is hard at work with partners Constitutional Alliance in stopping Real ID.  No recent bill activity is confirmed yet.  However you can check for details on  Axxiom’s (a.k.a. Kaye Beach) newest blog to track back Real ID for her state.  She covers a host of other issues and is one of’s hotshot bloggers.

AUSTIN  – LEGEerazzi are roundabout hounding 5-11 Campaign members for details on their bill.  A bill so secretive that very few committee members had the courage to appear for the final vote. Committee members may have lost their motivation due a requirement to sign a non-disclosure agreement in order to cast final amendments votes to their bill draft.   Campaign leaders are being asked for details on the bill, but have explained to national talk show hosts that information is limited.   “Sorry, no comment – I signed an NDA, ” said Sheila Dean, the recently elected President of the 5-11 Campaign. 
If anyone is worried about that pesky Real ID Asylum clause in Texas, they should look into what Lawrence Rushton is doing.
Maryland’s Governor met with Team Obama about prioritzing Real ID in the space of a crapshoot economy where the odds of losing are greater the more we invest in unfunded mandates.    
It goes something to the tune of indicating citizenship on a license.  (AHEM- YOUR PAPERS, PLEASE?)  Citizens get painted by the same brush as “illegals”.  Press affiliates have their palms up, titling editorials like, “Real ID doesn’t have to be like Big Brother”.
Give an inch, take a mile.  This is not the identity requirement they want greenlit so close to Washington.
 c/o The Newspaper Tree

Lipan Apache border wall opponents are supported in their stance by many national and regional organizations, including the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, International Indian Treaty Council and Alianza Sin Fronteras.

The Lipan Apaches Women Defense group’s letter followed a similar appeal this month to Obama by elected officials from El Paso, Texas. Initial signatories of the El Paso letter included Texas state Senator Eliot Shapleigh (D-El Paso), El Paso city Councilman Steve Ortega and US Congressman Silvestre Reyes (D-El Paso). Reyes is a former Border Patrol sector chief for the El Paso area.


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