November 30, 2023

Democrat leaders ever-increasingly promote more illegal immigration.


— FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD BIG PICTURE: Protesters in Brighton Park speak out against migrant camp as construction begins. – Alysa Guffey
— Democrats and RINOs have always used Affirmative Action to get rid of Republicans. I should write a book about that.
— Why the paucity of men on campus is a problem and the beginnings of how to respond – Clarence Page (COMMENT: Earning college degrees, professional certifications, and professional licenses takes lots of time and effort. I know that because I earned four college degrees, six professional certifications, and a professional license. As employers give more and more and more preference to females, that is, as employers discriminate more and more and more against males, more and more and more males are discouraged from earning college degrees, professional certifications, and licenses. But for me, it was the opposite — it motivated me to earn them. I should write a book about the tremendous preference that my federal employers (GAO 1980-1997, IRS 1971-1980, and Post Office 1966-1969) gave my female superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates. All my female coworkers who my superiors promoted over me were Democrats who a) had less job-related work experience than I had, b) had less job-related education than I had, c) had no or fewer professional certifications than I had, and/or d) had no professional license like I had. I earned a job-related bachelor’s degree when I was 21 (NIU-management) and job-related master’s degrees when I was 27 (Loyola-business), 31 (DePaul-accounting), and 48 (IIT-finance). I earned job-related professional certifications when I was 30 (CPA), 32 (Certified Internal Auditor), 41 (Certified Fraud Examiner), 45 (Certified Government Financial Manager), 47 (Certified Financial Services Auditor), and 48 (Forensic Accountant). I earned a job-related professional license (CPA) when I was 32.)

— ALL OF THE FRONT PAGE: Brighton Park migrant tents begin rising. The tents are expected to be completed in a matter of days and will house 500 migrants at first. – Michael Loria
— Nikki Haley builds momentum as best bet to knock off Trump in Republican primary. If the GOP field consolidates, she could end up becoming the Trump alternative that independents, moderates and disenchanted Republicans have been hoping for. – S. E. Cupp

— Opponents of Illinois’ assault-weapons ban file emergency plea at U.S. Supreme Court – Mark Walsh
— Discover moves to sell student loan business – Mark Weinraub (COMMENT: I should write a book about those who have used my working my way through college against me the most. I would focus on those who stress a) that unlike them, I did not get any scholarships, b) that I only just barely made it into the upper 20% of my high school class, c) that my ACT score was only 24, and/or d) that unlike them, I earned my bachelor’s degree from a low-cost state college.)

— City won’t use Amundsen Park fieldhouse as migrant shelter – Diane Pathieu
— Religious leaders ever-increasingly promote more illegal immigration.
— Crews begin construction of Brighton Park migrant camp – Diane Pathieu and Michelle Gallardo
— Group aims to restore Roseland, South Side communities with affordable modular homes – Mark Rivera (COMMENT: I was able to buy a new town home in University Park in 1972 when I was 24 years old because a HUD program made it affordable. SEE: Since 1972, my critics/opponents have hinted/implied/argued/shouted that I unethically took advantage of a HUD program that was designed to benefit Blacks.)

— Mayor Brandon Johnson’s Unity Initiative starts with some confusion. Program is designed to move asylum seekers from police stations to temporary shelters
— Affordable modular homes going up in Chicago’s Roseland neighborhood. It’s all thanks to a collaboration of local organizations and city and state funding to build affordable housing. – Patrick Fazio (COMMENT: I was able to buy a new town home in University Park in 1972 when I was 24 years old because a HUD program made it affordable. SEE: Since 1972, my critics/opponents have hinted/implied/argued/shouted that I unethically took advantage of a HUD program designed to benefit Blacks.)
— City Council mulls move to move public comment to glassed-in portion of chambers
— Brighton Park migrant tent camp construction begins, despite protests, concerns from residents. Photos and video taken Wednesday morning at the site show the scale of the project, with massive cranes working to put up the framing for the winterized tents.
— Democrat leaders ever-increasingly promote more illegal immigration.

— Religious leaders ever-increasingly promote more illegal immigration.
— Union wants to see Postal Police back on street after more mail carriers are robbed in Chicago area – TARA MOLINA
— HUD cites aldermanic prerogative fueling segregation in Chicago. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that has allowed white alderman in wealthy wards to veto affordable housing developments. (COMMENT: I was able to buy a new town home in University Park in 1972 when I was 24 years old because a HUD program made it affordable. SEE: Since 1972, my critics/opponents have hinted/implied/argued/shouted that I unethically took advantage of a HUD program that was designed to benefit Blacks.)

— Democrats ever-increasingly oppose assimilation.

— ‘Lying from Day 1’: Chicago residents outraged as migrant camp construction begins. – Kasey Chronis
— Illinois congresswoman (Delia Ramirez) accuses GOP of using asylum seekers as bargaining chips
— Affordable modular homes going up on Chicago’s South Side. The first modular “Hope Home” was built on Wednesday in the Roseland neighborhood. It’s the first installation in an ambitious affordable housing effort that could bring thousands of similar homes to the South Side in the coming years. (COMMENT: I was able to buy a new town home in University Park in 1972 when I was 24 years old because a HUD program made it affordable. SEE: Since 1972, my critics/opponents have hinted/implied/argued/shouted that I unethically took advantage of a HUD program that was designed to benefit Blacks.)
— Chicago’s dog crisis: Euthanasia rates rise as Animal Care and Control faces overpopulation – Scott Schneider

— Chicago’s City Council is tightening public access amid a slew of chaotic meetings. In recent months, alderpeople have been accosted, received threats and security has had to clear council chambers on more than one occasion. – Mariah Woelfel

— Marjorie Taylor Greene repeats effort to impeach DHS Secretary Mayorkas – Lauren Peller and Brittany Gaddy

— Newsom-DeSantis debate to be a display of current and future presidential ambitions – AUSTIN DENEAN

— Democrats and RINOs reject the Supreme Court Affirmative Action decision.

— Chicago district official says adding busing this year will be tough as driver shortage persists – Reema Amin

— Morning briefing.
— Afternoon roundup.


— Pritzker’s dishonest spin on Chicago crime, Illinois jobs – Ted Dabrowski and John Klingner

— Illinois Republicans criticize Chicago mayor’s rhetoric over border crisis – Andrew Hensel
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Johnson on Tuesday criticized Republicans in regards to the border and suggested that the “right wing” was dishing out payback. “It is abysmal, and it’s an affront for everything that is good about this country, for the extremism in this country to use people as political tools to settle political scores for something that happened 400 years ago,” Johnson said. Johnson continued by questioning the sanctity of the party. “That’s what this particular party has been about,” Johnson said. “This is the same Republican right-wing extremism that stormed the Capitol. It’s the same right-wing extremism that refuses to accept the results of the Civil War. It’s raggedy, it’s disrespectful,” Johnson said. “It’s disrespectful, its mean spirited, it’s an unclean spirit.” Illinois Republicans responded to Johnson’s words, with some suggesting a history lesson for the mayor. “His statements are not even grounded in reality. I would recommend a history lesson for the mayor of Chicago, good grief,” state Rep. Adam Niemerg, R-Dieterich, told The Center Square. “To say Republicans don’t accept the results of the Civil War, I believe Abraham Lincoln was a Republican.” State Rep. Martin McLaughlin, R-Barrington Hills, fired back at Johnson. “The Republican Party was founded to end government Bureaucracy and to end slavery. Brandon Johnson and J.B. Pritzker are both obviously not students of history and are hoping many of their followers never get off Tik-Tok to discover accurate historical information,” McLaughlin said in a statement. “Independents, moderate Democrats, and Republicans are equally appalled at their recent statements.” Last month, Pritzker said supporting non-citizen arrivals has nothing to do with sanctuary status and the state would remain open. “Sanctuary status has to do with undocumented immigrants who are here,” Pritzker said. “Not people who are asylum seekers who are in a whole different category.” According to U.S. Rep. Nick Langworthy, R-New York, Democratic leadership and the inaction of President Joe Biden in regard to the border is what led to this influx of people and the use of taxpayer dollars to cover the costs. “This is just one small glimpse at a completely avoidable humanitarian disaster brought not by big bad Republicans in the House but by an administration that refuses to enforce our immigration laws and has flung the door wide open at our southern border,” Langworthy said. Johnson said the Republican backlash comes from targeted hate. “This is nothing new,” Johnson said. “Everyone knows that the right-wing extremism in this country has targeted Democratically run cities, and quite frankly, they have been quite intentional about going after Democratically ran cities that are led by people of color.” Illinois state Rep. Brad Halbrook, R-Shelbyville, said Johnson should not be taken seriously. “Mayor Johnson is a clown. He is not a serious person, and he does not deserve a response to his inane babbling,” Halbrook said in a statement. “He was elected thanks to the massive financial backing of the very public sector union leadership that has made Chicago’s finances a complete disaster. If Mayor Johnson is the answer, it must have been an extremely stupid question.” Last week, Chicago saw 25 more buses of migrants arrive. New York is seeing more than 2,500 arrivals a week.)
— Some Illinois law enforcement say enforcing gun ban violations not a priority – Greg Bishop (COMMENT: Anticipate/expect that Pritzker will force law enforcement to go after Republicans who share Trump’s demographics: conservative, White, male, older, gun-owner, non-veteran, non-poor, married, Protestant, German American, and/or ancestors who have been in America for a long time.)

— As City Battles Housing Shortage, CHA Lets Hundreds Of Empty Homes Decay. The Chicago Housing Authority is supposed to provide affordable homes for those in need. But the agency has nearly 500 scattered-site units that are vacant — many causing problems for their neighbors. – Emeline Posner, Jennifer Bamberg, Rachel Hinton and Mick Dumke

— New Book on the First Abortion Referendum – An Illinois Legislative Faceoff Between Rosemary Mulligan and Penny Pullen
— Democratic Party Candidate for County Board Chairperson Demonstrates Lack of Parliamentary Procedure Knowledge
— Former Barrington State Rep. Nick Sauer Pleads Guilty to Posting Nude Ex-Girlfriends’ Photos
— Schkowsky Gets Primary Opponent
— Republican Laurie Parman Challenging Incumbent Democrat Sue Ness

— Major Johnson’s Latest Blunder: Chicago’s Illegal Immigrant Crisis Worsens Despite ‘Fix’ Attempts


— Pritzker’s tone-deaf, dark-money campaign goals are the real extremism – Sarah Parshall Perry
— U.S. sets new record with 15% of population made up of immigrants. 4.5 million new immigrants settled since Biden took office. – Stephen Dinan (COMMENT: Democrats want immigrants because immigrants vote for Democrats. RINOs want immigrants because RINOs want cheap labor.)

— Gun ownership numbers show people don’t feel safe in their cities – Zachary Faria

— Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson blames predecessor, ‘right-wing extremism’ for city woes – Ryan King

— Biden admin tracking all Americans who traveled to DC on Jan. 6, 2021. – TIMOTHY FRUDD

— Trump nomination should end GOP cold war – Jeff Willis (COMMENT: RINO leaders are filled with hatred against Trump. They rather see Biden be our next president than Trump. If Trump becomes the Republican presidential nominee, what will RINO leaders do? Anticipate/expect that they will even more forcefully get rid of those who share Trump’s demographics: conservative, Republican, American, White, male, older, non-poor, non-veteran, Protestant, German American, and those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time.)

— The Left Is Massively Outperforming Us Conservatives – Richard A. Viguerie

— The Kamala Conundrum: Why Democrats Are Stuck With Her – Larry Elder

— 3,700+ U.S. Auto Dealers Push Biden To Scrap ‘Unrealistic’ EV Mandate: Low Demand Even With Incentives – Ryan Saavedra

— Chicago mayor blames Republicans for city’s failures
— Chicago mayor targets Lightfoot, ‘right-wing extremism’ for ‘chaos’ in Chicago. Chicago mayor blames predecessor Lightfoot for migrant crisis: ‘inherited’ Chicago has seen an estimated 20K migrants since last year. – Emma Colton
— Migrants sleeping in Chicago streets and police stations as temps drop below freezing.
— Marjorie Taylor Greene reintroduces impeachment push against Mayorkas. A previous impeachment effort by Greene failed after eight Republicans voted with Democrats to shutter the resolution earlier this month. – Louis Casiano
— Trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney named in Forbes’ ’30 Under 30’ list. During a Forbes Summit in June, Mulvaney demanded that major corporations embrace diversity initiatives. – Gabriel Hays

— Forbes Pushes ‘Guerilla Tactics’ To Keep DEI in Business – EVAN POELLINGER

— TARGET’s Sacrilegious “Christmas” and LGBTQ Grooming Invites Mega Boycott – William F. Jasper

— Schumer: We Protested Bigotry Against Minorities And LGBTQ, Apparently That Principle Does Not Extend To Jewish People. – Ian Schwartz (COMMENT: My Democrat superiors in the federal government encouraged/forced my many Jewish superiors and supervisors to take many big adverse actions against me. I should write a book about that.)

— Chicago Mayor Blames Blue City’s Illegal Migrant Crisis On ‘Right-Wing Extremism’ – Sarah Arnold


— Winning the presidential nomination is all about delegates. But how does the process work? – ROBERT YOON (COMMENT: In your congressional district, who are those running to be delegates for each of the Republican presidential candidates?)

— US Supreme Court is again asked to block Illinois assault weapons ban – Andrew Chung

— FRONT PAGE WITH PICTURE: Federal Law Requires a Choice: Marijuana or a Gun? Legal challenges are pending across the country against a federal law that prevents medical marijuana users from buying or owning firearms. – Serge F. Kovaleski
— Democrats and RINOs ever-increasingly get rid of Republicans who do not promote LGBTQ.

— No one in the modern era has blown a primary lead as wide as Trump’s – Philip Bump
— Charge reckless parents when kids use their guns in mass shootings – Editorial

— FRONT PAGE: Gaza Protests at Colleges Open a Generational Divide. Young activists often see the world as split between the oppressed and their oppressors—and their views are markedly different than those of older Americans. Douglas Belkin and Melissa Korn

— Many More Voters With Guns. Black households with firearms have gone up 17 points since 2019. – Editorial

— How a young Black woman in Chicago is quickly paying off her student debt – Lisa Philip (COMMENT: I washed dishes for the minimum wage in the basement of the S.S. Kresges in Chicago Heights 1964-1966. I was the only White male that held that job. With the money that I earned, I bought a new 1966 Pontiac Tempest Sprint in May of 1966.)

— 813,000 student-loan borrowers are now getting emails that their loans are wiped out following Biden’s recent reforms – Ayelet Sheffey (COMMENT: From what I see, my critics/opponents did not have to take out any student loans because a) their parents were wealthy and/or b) they got scholarships.)

— A gun rights group again asked the US Supreme Court to halt an Illinois ban on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines. – Kimberly Strawbridge

— Survey Finds Employer Confidence in College Grads. American Association of Colleges and Universities report finds employers see value in degrees and favor graduates who’ve been exposed to a wide range of viewpoints. – Kathryn Palmer (COMMENT: For almost 30 years, I worked for Democrats who ran the federal government. All my coworkers who they promoted over me had less job-related education than I had. I earned a bachelor’s degree in management from NIU in 1970, an MBA from Loyola in 1976, a master’s degree in accounting from DePaul in 1980, and a master’s degree in financial markets and trading from IIT in 1997. I passed the CPA examination on my first attempt in 1979. I passed the Certified Internal Auditor examination and became a licensed CPA in 1981.)

— At Dearborn, Michigan Pro-Hamas Rally Praising The October 7 Attack, Held In Front Of Henry Ford Centennial Library, Imam Abdulghani Says: October 7 Was A Day Of God, A Miracle; The Honorable ‘Lions’ Of Palestine Are Not Only Defending Palestine But Are Fighting On Behalf Of Muhammad The Messenger; The Friends Of The Zionist Occupiers And Colonialists Must Know That Their Time Is Over

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.