There seems to be a goal to shut down all individual thoughts and actions and make it a collective. People all doing the same thing without thought, just like you see them with their heads down staring into their electronic devices oblivious to the outside world. Life passing 90% of the world by while 10% have stopped to smell the flowers. That 10% has nothing to do with a dollar, but what is in their heart.
Actions continue to define the true content of the character and where the heart is!
Rep. Steve King (R-IA) appeared on the Friday edition of Breitbart News Tonight, discussing immigration and a new plan he has for forcing employers to utilize E-verify in order to claim certain tax benefits. It that was killed by the cheap labor business lobby-owned, establishment Republican leadership. King identified one weakness of E-Verify is that it still requires enforcement, an action that is conducted with varying degrees of intensity by the political leanings of the person sitting in the White House. He said, “The one thing that causes me pause about mandatory E-Verify is you still have to enforce it. You still have to show up with ICE and go through and examine the records and punish the employer if he’s violating and hiring illegals. We didn’t have enforcement throughout this time, which is why we have this problem, so I think under the Trump administration, we’d have pretty good enforcement. Under a future administration, maybe not so much.”
King has a solution but with an attached infringement on the civil liberties of all American citizens. He explained, “I’ve written a piece of legislation that I believe is a self-actuating and self-enforcing. … I’ve called it ‘The New IDEA Act,’ and my acronym IDEA stands for Illegal Deduction Elimination Act. It clarifies that wages and benefits paid to illegals are not tax deductible.” He continued, “The IRS would:
Who is Rep. Steven Arnold King?
American politician serving as a member of the United States House of Representatives from Iowa’s 4th congressional district; the district is located in the northwestern part of the state and includes Sioux City. From 1996 to 2002, King served as an Iowa state senator, representing the 6th district.
How you can always be a winner and never lose – dictatorship?
2002 – After redistricting, King ran for the open Iowa’s 5th congressional district.
2004 – King won re-election to a second term
2006 – King won re-election to a third term
2008 – King won re-election to a fourth term
2010 – King won re-election to a fifth term
2012 – Lost a district as a result of the 2010 census
July 2012, King introduced an amendment to the House Farm Bill that would legalize previously banned animal agriculture practices such as tail-docking, putting arsenic in chicken feed, and keeping impregnated pigs in small crates.
2014 – King won re-election with 61.6% of the vote
King is considered an outspoken fiscal and social conservative. King has continuously voted for Iraq War legislation, and has supported surge efforts and opposed a time table for troop withdrawals. During the 112th United States Congress King was one of 40 “staunch” members of the Republican Study Committee who frequently voted against Republican party leadership and vocally expressed displeasure with House bills. Steve King displays the confederate flag on his office desk, despite the fact that Iowa was part of the Union during the American Civil War. King removed the flag after a Confederate flag-waver shot two Iowa police officers. On December 8, 2017, King tweeted a link to an article which quoted Viktor Orbán, the Prime Minister of Hungary, as saying, “Mixing cultures will not lead to a higher quality of life but a lower one.” King wrote, “Diversity is not our strength” and repeated the quote.