January 28, 2024

Democrat and RINO leaders have opened Pandora’s Box. The illegal immigration they promote will ever-increasingly increase. Democrat leaders will continue to flood America with illegals at least until they have enough illegals using their false identifications to vote for Democrats that no Republican will ever be elected again. RINO leaders will continue to flood America with illegals at least until they have all the cheap labor that they can use. Countries that hate America will continue to flood America with their citizens until they have destroyed America. Constructively, if not literally, Democrat and RINO leaders have abolished America’s borders. By claiming asylum, refugee, or parole status, all the citizens of all of the countries of the world can come into America “legally” and stay in American “legally.” Because Democrat and RINO leaders ever-increasingly promote more illegal immigration but falsely deny it, a) Trump will be elected, b) the Senate will turn Republican, c) the House will stay Republican, and d) steps will be taken to save America.


— FRONT PAGE TOP OD FOLD: The federal immigration deal won’t fix the migrant crisis in Chicago — and it’s unlikely to pass Congress anyway. – Nell Salzman
— FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD: Pair of mass shootings in suburbs offers grim reminder: Illinois and Chicago routinely rank among nation’s worst for such crimes. – Claire Malon and Sam Charles (COMMENT: Democrats ever-increasingly run Illinois. The Democrat Party platform promotes poverty and crime.)
— When partisan politics leave migrants out in the cold – Clarence Page

— About 300 Illinois National Guard soldiers prepare for deployment to Middle East – Stephanie Wade

— New video shows witnesses take cover from Chicago Loop shooting that killed two teens – Noel Brennan

— Open immigration hikes Illinois k-12 school costs with no end in sight – Mark Glennon

— Trump praises Abbott as border state clashes with Biden administration over immigration. Trump has praised Abbott for defying the Biden administration over immigration. – AP

— More migrants in Chicago granted work permits despite complex legal process.


— Hero on the Border: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott – John Kass


— Conservative activists to confront RNC at winter meeting in Las Vegas – Kerry Picket (COMMENT: Political parties exist to help elect candidates who can and will defend and advance their platform. The Republican Party platform is conservative.)
— RNC seeking new credit line to help climb out of money hole – Kerry Picket (COMMENT: What encourages you to donate money to Republican candidates and organizations? For me, it is their defending and advancing the Republican Party platform including its individual responsibility, traditional marriage and family, right to life, immigration, illegal drugs, Second Amendment, and equal opportunity (no race or gender based preference giving) planks.)

— Trump suggests presidential candidates should take cognitive tests – Robert Stewart (COMMENT: What demonstrates your cognitive abilities? For me it is my GOPUSA ILLINOIS newsletters.)
— You’re fired: Trump’s brutal reaction after losing to Nikki Haley by one vote in Johnson County, the bluest area in Iowa. – Eden Villalovas (COMMENT: I should write a book about those Republican candidates on ballots in my precinct since 2000 who have blamed their losses on the following the most: a) my service as the GOPUSA Illinois Editor since 2000, b) my service as the Republican fundraiser for Wheaton Independence Day parades and fireworks 2005-2019, c) my service as the TAPROOT Republicans of Illinois chairman 2005-2012, d) my service as the Milton Township Republican Organization webmaster 2008-2010 and 2000-2004, and e) my service as an Illinois Center Right Coalition Steering Committee member 2003-2007.)
— Haley says campaign has sold 10,000 ‘barred permanently’ T-shirts – Jenny Goldsberry (COMMENT: I should write a book about Republican elected officials, party leaders, candidates, and their political consultants, major donors, fundraisers, pollsters, campaign managers, campaign staff members, and campaign volunteers who have barred me permanently. I would focus on the aforesaid who have taken the most/biggest adverse actions against me.)
— Did Adam Kinzinger not know that Texas used to be a Republic? – Christopher Tremoglie
— Huge loss for DEI in federal court – Editorial (COMMENT: To promote DEI is to promote discrimination against Republicans who are conservative, White, male, older, non-veteran, Protestant, German American, and/or have ancestors who have been in America for a long time. Ever-increasingly, Democrat, Democrat plant, and RINO leaders destroy you if you do not promote DEI. I should write a book about past and present Democrat plant and RINO leaders of the following: Illinois Republican Party, DuPage County Republican Central Committee, and Milton Township Republican Organization. I would focus on the aforesaid who have taken the most/biggest adverse actions against me.)
(FROM THGE ARTICLE: When even a liberal federal judge appointed by former President Barack Obama rules that diversity, equity, and inclusion practices can be illegal, it is time to recognize that most DEI regimes by design are invidiously discriminatory. In a case that received too little attention, Judge Wendy Beetlestone of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania ruled this month that former Pennsylvania State University professor Zack De Piero had reasonable grounds to keep alive a lawsuit against the school based on its DEI practices. De Piero said DEI policies at the college essentially forced his resignation, and Beetlestone agreed the professor “plausibly alleged that he was subjected to a race-based hostile work environment.” . . . Those conditions were created explicitly by the university’s DEI policies and practices. For example, on five different occasions, the university required De Piero “to attend conferences or trainings that discussed racial issues in essentialist and deterministic terms — ascribing negative traits to white people or white teachers without exception and flowing inevitably from their race.” In one exercise after the Minnesota police killing of counterfeiter George Floyd, the instructor forced “White and non-Black people of color to hold [their breath] just a little longer [than black people] — to feel the pain.” If literally being forced to feel pain because one is white isn’t racially discriminatory, nothing is. But that was only one example. In another instance, De Piero said the facilitator “condemn[ed] white people for no other reason than they spoke or were simply present while being white.” Meanwhile, he said, university officials specifically told him “to incorporate race into his grading” in a way that would “penalize [white] students academically on the basis of their race.” And it is incontrovertible that Penn State’s DEI director “sent an email to all employees ‘calling on white people’ to ‘feel terrible,’ about their ‘own internalized white supremacy.”)
— Diversity hiring has gone out of control – Corey Walker (COMMENT: The Democrats who ran GAO in 1980, IRS in 1971, Firestone Stores in 1970, and Post Office in 1966 hired me because they could find a qualified Democrat, minority, female, younger person, or veteran who would take the job.)
— Mexico ‘increasingly concerned that they’re getting invaded’ by world’s immigrants’ – Anna Giaritelli

— Elon Musk joins Trump, Republicans to slam rumored Senate border deal – Mary Kay Linge
— Nikki Haley slams Donald Trump after $83M verdict: US ‘can do better’ – Mary Kay Linge (COMMENT: What adverse actions have been taken against you? Who took those adverse actions against you and why? I should write a book about the biggest adverse actions that have been taken against me, who took them, and why. How strongly have your critics/opponents slammed you for adverse actions taken against you? I should write a book about my critics/opponents who have slammed me the most for their success in taking adverse actions against me. Those adverse actions include a) ending my service as the Republican fundraiser for Wheaton Independence Day parades and fireworks in 2021, b) ending my service as the TAPROOT Republicans of Illinois chairman in 2012, c) ending my service as the Milton Township Republican Organization webmaster in 2010 and 2004, e) ending my service as an Illinois Center Right Coalition (ICRC) Steering Committee member in 2007, and f) almost getting ICRC to censure me for my GOPUSA ILLINOIS newsletters in 2006.)
— As part of her 2024 State of the State address on Jan. 9, Gov. Hochul announced a plan to offer the top 10% of New York high-school seniors direct admission to the State University of New York system. – Renu Mukherjee (COMMENT: UIC would not have admitted me in 1966 if I had not graduated in the upper 20% of my class. I only just barely made it into the upper 20% of my class.)
— Navy again lowers requirements as it struggles to meet recruitment goals – AP (COMMENT: Democrats run the federal government. All during the almost 30 years that I worked for those Democrats, they lowered hiring, retention, and promotion requirements to hire, retain, and promote Democrats who were minority, female, younger, and/or veteran. That ever-increasingly rendered the following worthless: a) my 1970 bachelor’s degree in

— Snapshot of the latest issues about and news from the Texas border – Andrea Widburg
— Biden, the Border, and Tik Tok Too – Clarice Feldman

— Biden vows to ‘shut down’ border if immigration legislation passes, but critics aren’t buying it – Vivek Saxena
— Fox pundits circle the wagons around Kayleigh McEnany after Trump trashing: ‘Doesn’t deserve this bullying’ – Kevin Haggerty (COMMENT: My critics/opponents shout that no one circled any wagons around me when they a) ended my service as the Republican fundraiser for Wheaton Independence Day parades and fireworks in 2021, b) ended my service as the TAPROOT Republicans of Illinois chairman in 2012, c) ended my service as the Milton Township Republican Organization webmaster in 2010 and 2004, e) ended my service as an Illinois Center Right Coalition (ICRC) Steering Committee member in 2007, and f) almost got ICRC to censure me for my GOPUSA ILLINOIS newsletters in 2006.)

— Biden’s Parole Pipeline Freed 745K Foreign Nationals into U.S. in 2023 — Exceeding 2 Months of American Births. – JOHN BINDER
— Biden’s DHS Extends ‘Temporary’ Amnesty for over 8,000 Syrians in U.S. – JOHN BINDER

— Maine college pushes anti-white narrative in host of courses, including CRT-based tap dance class – Austin Browne

— ‘Undocumented’ U. California students to hunger strike for ‘equal employment opportunities’ – DAVE HUBER (COMMENT: Anticipate/expect ever-increasingly pressure from Democrat and RINO leaders on employers to hire, to retain, and to promote illegals, that is, to replace employees who are citizens of America with employees who are citizens of foreign countries.)

— This is THE Most Dangerous Moment in America’s History. We Are All Texans Now. – Wayne Allyn Root (COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, it is more clear that Democrats have declared a Second Civil War against Republicans and that illegals are their soldiers in that war.)

— Student Group Files Emergency Petition With Supreme Court Over West Point Race-Based Admissions – KATE ANDERSON

— Biden Doesn’t Have Any Legal Authority to Seize Control of Texas National Guard – Hans von Spakovsky

— Biden Shatters Record With Historic Number Of Illegal Alien Encounters In December – Ryan Saavedra
— President Biden Blames Congress For Border Crisis, Elon Musk Calls Foul. “No laws need to be passed.” – Amanda Prestigiacomo

— Chicago Democrats suing city describes benefits illegal migrants are receiving. Chicago Democrats Natasha Dunn and J. Darnell Jones tell ‘One Nation’ why they’re outraged about the mayor’s handling of illegal migrants flooding their city.
— Migrant thefts are a ‘real problem’ for my police department says Oak Brook Police Chief Brian Strockis. Strockis discusses 47 migrants arrested in his suburban area.
— Musk hits out at Biden’s call for border deal: ‘No laws need to be passed’ ‘All that is needed is an executive order to require proof before granting an asylum hearing, that is how it used to be,’ Musk wrote. – Michael Dorgan
— Jay Leno says he’s ‘not a fan’ of Trump, but is against efforts to remove him from ballots. ‘If the people want that person as president, that’s fine. I mean, I’m not a fan, and it has nothing to do with politics,’ Leno said about Trump. – Gabriel Hays
— Biden promises to ‘shut down’ border if Congress approves bill GOP claims would ‘incentivize illegal aliens’ House Speaker Mike Johnson called the bill ‘dead on arrival’ due to its allotment for increased visas and failure to enforce laws already on the books. – Timothy H.J. Nerozzi
— Texas can keep securing the border. Supreme Court didn’t prevent it. There is nothing in the Supreme Court’s recent order that prevents Texas from laying barbed wire along private or state property. This case is far from over. – Hans A. von Spakovsky
— Chris Rufo writes plan to overhaul civil rights laws that paved way for DEI. Rufo warns past civil rights legislation entrenched idea that different outcomes between groups are de facto ‘racial discrimination’ – Alexander Hall (COMMENT: According to my critics/opponents, I owe all my successes in life to my benefitting tremendously from discrimination against those who are minority, female, LGBTQ, younger, veteran, unmarried, non-Protestant, non-German American, and those whose ancestors have not been in America for a long time. In my defense, a) neither of my parents attended college, b) my father was only the first of my ancestors to earn a high school diploma, c) he almost always worked second jobs to pay the family’s bills, d) he died suddenly when he was 47 and I was 21, e) my mother never attended high school, and f) I had to work my way through college. I should write a book about my critics/opponents. I would focus on those whose parents a) are/were rich, b) bought them cars, c) paid for their college expenses, and/or d) got them jobs.)

— Former National Security Officials Warn of “Multi-division Army of Young Single Adult Males” Illegally Crossing Border. “These men are potential operators in what appears to be an accelerated and strategic penetration, a soft invasion, designed to gain internal access to a country that cannot be invaded militarily in order to inflict catastrophic damage if and when enemies deem it necessary.” – William A. Jacobson (COMMENT: This is all the more reason for Americans to buy AR-15s and buy lots of ammunition.)

— Border Deal Is a Bad Deal Regardless of Trump’s Opposition
— Musk Calls Out Biden for Waiting on Bipartisan Senate Deal to Shut Down Border

— Almost One-Third of Gen Z Now Gender-Queer – BEN BARTEE (COMMENT: How successful have Democrats and RINOs been in promoting LGBTQ in your county, in your township, in your municipality, and in your school district?)

— Trump increases national lead on Haley to 63 points: Morning Consult Poll – Sara Higdon

— Democrat Chicago Mayor Faces Push Back After Handing Out Eviction Notices to Illegal Migrants – Sarah Arnold
— Trump: Border Bill Isn’t Designed to Stop Immigration – Sandy Fitzgerald
— Now Is The Time For Republicans To Hit Biden Even Harder On The Border – Derek Hunter
— Pro-Palestinian Protesters Showed Up at John Fetterman’s House. His Reaction Was Priceless. – Matt Vespa

— Trans-Identifying Veterans Sue Department of Veterans Affairs, Demand Taxpayer-Funded Sex-Change Procedures – ANTHONY WATSON

— Veterans Affairs Sued to Provide ‘Gender-Affirming’ Surgery to 163,000 Transgender Vets – Ben Kew


— Trump slams border deal as ‘catastrophe waiting to happen’ – FILIP TIMOTIJA
— Giuliani says judge in Trump defamation case is a ‘disgrace’ – LAUREN IRWIN (COMMENT: Democrats and RINOs applauded the judges and justices who ruled against me in Diersen v. GAO. SEE: https://gopillinois.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/DiersenGAOFifthAmendedComplaint.pdf )

— Putin sides with Democrats against Republicans. Ever-increasingly, it is more clear that Democrats have declared a Second Civil War against Republicans and that illegals are their soldiers in that war.

— Chicago Democrats suing city describes benefits illegal migrants are receiving. Chicago Democrats Natasha Dunn and J. Darnell Jones tell ‘One Nation’ why they’re outraged about the mayor’s handling of illegal migrants flooding their city.

— Special monitor suggests Trump falsified disclosures over $48 million loan in what could be tax evasion. (COMMENT: In 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, and 1978, my Democrat IRS superiors knew full-well that I had deducted my graduate business courses at Loyola on my 1972-1976 income tax returns and my graduate accounting courses at DePaul on my 1976 and 1977 income tax returns. But notwithstanding the aforesaid, in 1978, my Democrat IRS superiors suddenly disallowed the aforesaid courses immediately after Money Magazine published its February 4-page article on me. In that article, Money Magazine strongly and falsely painted my deductions as being improper. Money Magazine strongly and falsely hinted/implied/argued/shouted a) that the courses were not job-related, b) that the courses did not help me carry out my job duties, c) that I took the courses to qualify myself for a new trade or business, and d) that I took the courses to get a job in the private sector.)

— Haley amps up her attacks on Trump, calling him ‘totally unhinged.’ – Neil Vigdor (COMMENT: I should write a book about my critics/opponents who have attacked me the most/hardest. I would focus on those who have/had the most religious, government, political, and/or financial clout in Wheaton, Milton Township, DuPage County, and Illinois. I would focus on those who had their operatives and dupes do lots of their dirty work.)
— Inside Trump’s Cutthroat Conquest of Iowa and New Hampshire. The former president’s victories in Iowa and New Hampshire were the product of a win-or-else ethos, a fractured opposition and his power to make the party stand for whatever he stands for. – Shane GoldmacherJonathan SwanMaggie Haberman

— Democrat and RINO leaders ever-increasingly promote more illegal immigration.
— Nikki Haley taunts Trump and he takes the bait. Will she keep it up? – Dan Balz
— Democrat leaders ever-increasing a) push Blacks to demand reparations and b) blame Republicans for all the problems that Blacks have had, are having, and will have.
— Hate-filled Trump-hating Trump-haters want Haley to keep running.

— Franklin Graham defends border visit after 20,000 sign petition demanding he stay home. N.C.-based evangelist Franklin Graham defended his upcoming border tour against a 20000-signature petition by a progressive Christian group. (COMMENT: How successful have Democrat and RINO leaders been in corrupting and destroying your church, that is, how successful have they been getting your church to promote dependency on government and charity, LGBTQ, abortion, mass/illegal immigration, booze, gambling, pot, and other vices, diminishment of Second Amendment rights, patronage, political affiliation discrimination, reverse discrimination, and age discrimination? My critics/opponents, their operatives, and their dupes demonize me, denigrate me, and condemn me a) because I am not a member of a church, b) because I do not attend church services, and c) because I do not give money to a church. I should write a book about my critics/opponents, their operatives, and their dupes.)

— Ever-increasingly, it is more clear that Democrats have declared a Second Civil War against Republicans and that illegals are their soldiers in that war.

— Trump urges GOP governors to send National Guard to border
— Biden’s media allies want to talk about Trump’s cognitive issues. – Grace Curley (COMMENT: What demonstrates your cognitive abilities? For me it is my GOPUSA ILLINOIS newsletters.)

— Media literacy classes are becoming more popular, but some conservatives see a ‘woke’ agenda. Media-literate students should be able to separate fact from fiction in political messaging, advertisements, television shows, and social media posts. (COMMENT: What do the following say about GOPUSA ILLINOIS newsletters: a) leaders of the Illinois Republican Party (IRP), b) your representative on the IRP State Central Committee, c) leaders of your county/township/ward Republican party organizations, d) your Republican congressman, state senator, and state representative, e) Republican leaders of your county, township, municipality, and school district, f) candidates on the March 19, 2024 Republican primary ballot in your precinct and their political consultants, major donors, fundraisers, pollsters, campaign managers, campaign staff members, and campaign volunteers, g) conservative leaders and activists in your area, and h) religious leaders and activists in your area?)

— Living a Life of Purpose after Retirement: 3 Action Steps to Take. When someone asks about what you do, the answer shouldn’t be, “I’m retired.” There is more to the second half of your life … a lot more. – BRIAN SKROBONJA (COMMENT: I should write a book about forced early retirement, I have more than 26 years of experience on that.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Reinvent Yourself. . .Reframe Your Mindset About Money. . .Reframe Your Mindset of Time)

— The Psychology of Multicultural Identity. Analyzing identity through the lives of Kamala Harris and Nikki Haley. – Dinesh Sharma Ph.D. (COMMENT: What are your demographics? What do Haley supporters think of you? All my ancestors immigrated from what is now Germany during the 1840s and 1850s. Did your ancestors serve in the Union Army? Mine did not. My critics/opponents, their operatives, and their dupes have always used that against me. In defense of my ancestors, I have always stressed a) that all of them lived only in northeast Illinois, b) that on my father’s side, they were lowly famers in southeast Crete Township, and c) that on my mother’s side, they were lowly sharecroppers in Grant Park along the Indiana border.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Governor Nikki Haley, on the other hand, belongs to a family of warriors, continuing the Sikh tradition of her people; her husband, Michael Haley, and brother, Mitti Randhawa, have served in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. She was the first female governor of South Carolina; she also took down the Confederate flag after the shooting of Black parishioners at Emanuel African Methodist Church in 2015 by a White nationalist. She served as the UN secretary under Trump, who is now spreading a “birther controversy” about her name not being American enough. Yet she has steadfastly claimed that the U.S. is not a racist country. She once checked on her voter registration card that she was “White” when the census classifications were not clear about the “Asian” category on the census form. She has tried to balance the nativist vision of American exceptionalism prevalent in her party with her Indian heritage. Governor Nikki Haley exemplifies what psychologists have identified as an assimilationist view of identity, where the majoritarian White identity dominates the life narrative, while other minority identifications are subsumed underneath. How is it that Governor Nikki Haley, who was the governor of a state where the Civil War started, could forget about the root causes of America’s bloody history? I have a sneaking suspicion as to why she didn’t mention slavery. The party of Lincoln may now want to reassess the history of the Civil War under their new leadership. However, there is a silver lining in all this. Only in America can we witness two first-generation immigrant female candidates, vying for the top job, who are, to quote Thomas Paine, trying “to start the world over again.”)

— Hate-filled Trump-hating Trump-haters ever-increasingly make it ever-increasingly clear that they are going to do whatever they believe is necessary to defeat Trump.

— Ever-increasingly, it is more clear that Democrats have declared a Second Civil War against Republicans and that illegals are their soldiers in that war.

Author: David Diersen

The opinions that I express in GOPUSA ILLINOIS emails are based on experience that I have gained doing many things since 1948. I base my opinions on what I learned a) working for the federal government for almost 30 years -- Post Office 1966-1969, IRS 1971-1980, and GAO 1980-1997, serving on the Executive Committee of the Association of Government Accountants Chicago Chapter 1983-1996, and being a union member while I worked for the Post Office and IRS; b) earning an MBA from Loyola in 1976, a masters degree in accounting from DePaul in 1980, and a masters degree in financial markets and trading from IIT in 1997; c) passing the CPA examination on my first attempt in 1979 and passing the Certified Internal Auditor examination on my first attempt in 1981; c) serving as a Republican Precinct Committeeman since 1999, the GOPUSA Illinois Editor since 2000, the TAPROOT Republicans of Illinois Chairman 2005-2012, a member of the 2008 Illinois Republican Party (IRP) Platform and Resolutions Committee, a Wheaton Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee member 2003-2011, the Milton Township Republican Central Committee webmaster 2008-2010 and 2000-2004, an Illinois Center Right Coalition Steering Committee member 2003-2007, and an American Association of Political Consultants Midwest Chapter board member 2001-2004; d) attending the 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016 IRP State Conventions as a delegate; e) being the subject of a nasty 4-page article in the February 1978 issue of Money Magazine; f) pursing litigation including Diersen v. GAO and Diersen v. Chicago Car Exchange; g) being married since 1978; h) living in Crete 1948-1972, in University Park 1972-1976, in Chicago 1976-1978, and in DuPage County, Milton Township, and Wheaton since 1978; and i) being baptized, raised, and confirmed as a Missouri Synod Lutheran.