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Obama aims to return Texas to Mexico
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Washington Times -- March 18  
Obama to nominate embattled Tom Perez for Labor secretary
    President Obama on Monday will nominate Tom Perez to be the next Labor Department secretary, a White House official confirmed late Sunday --- setting up yet another contentious confirmation battle in the Senate.
    Mr. Obama's pick comes less than a week after a scathing audit of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, which Mr. Perez runs as an assistant attorney general.
Red DotMichelle Malkin -- July 7, 2010
Open-borders DOJ vs. America
    The Obama administration's lawsuit against Arizona, officially unveiled on Tuesday, is an affront to all law-abiding Americans. It is a threatening salvo aimed at all local, county, or state governments that dare to take care control of the immigration chaos in their own backyards. And it is being driven by open-borders extremists who have dedicated their political careers to subverting homeland security policies in the name of compassion and diversity.
    The Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, headed by Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez, took the lead in prepping the legal brief against Arizona. The son of immigrants from the Dominican Republic, Perez is a far Left lawyer and activist who worked for the late mass illegal alien amnesty champion Teddy Kennedy and served in the Clinton administration DOJ. While holding down a key government position there in which he was entrusted to abide by the rule of law, Perez volunteered for Casa de Maryland --- a notorious illegal alien advocacy group funded through a combination of taxpayer-subsidized grants and radical liberal philanthropy, including billionaire George Soros's Open Society Institute (not to mention more than $1 million showered on the group by Venezuelan thug Hugo Chavez's regime-owned oil company, CITGO).

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