Federal Resources Also Re-Directed To Further La Raza, Other Far Left Causes
When the National Labor Relations Board is not adding to our economic woes by suing American corporations and doing the bidding of the labor unions, it's strenuously working to protect illegal immigrants.
Signed this week by the U.S., Guatemala and Nicaragua, the declaration will make it easier to protect the rights of migrants from those Central American countries who work in the United States. Under the decree, Labor Department regional offices will team up with local Guatemalan and Nicaraguan embassies and consulates to distribute information to their citizens about their “rights” in the U.S.
It's part of Labor Secretary Hilda Solis’s plan to help illegal aliens, who she refers to as “vulnerable” and “underpaid.”
Judicial Watch also reports that the National Council of La Raza got a big boost in federally funded grants and contracts after President Obama appointed Cecilla Munoz, the National Council of La Raza's senior vice president, as his director of inter-governmental affairs. In fact, the government cash more than doubled the year Muñoz joined the White House, from $4.1 million to $11 million.
The inter-governmental affairs job is among the most powerful in a presidential administration in terms of its occupant being able to direct or influence the awarding of hundreds of billions of dollars in federal grants in aid and contracts.
There are frequent claims that Obama has accomplished little in his first three years, however, when looking at just how thoroughly he has transformed the federal government through the appointment of radical left-wingers at all levels and how successful he's been in redirecting the weight and finances of these federal agencies to further the far left agenda, those claims are very short sighted.
And with the 'ends justifies the means' mentality of the far left, it's unfathomable to grasp just how completely the public treasury is being raided.
It also further emphasizes just how critical the 2012 election is for the future of this country. As it stands, it will take years to root out the far left extremists that now permeate federal government. Another four years under the Obama Administration and the odds are that the damage may very well be irreversible.