Category: Immigration

N.J. Democrats want to put Uber/Lyft drivers (and their own committee members) through more hurdles than illegals

By Matt Rooney _ New Jersey will soon begin issuing driver’s licenses to illegal aliens without the same level of scrutiny legal residents will need to obtain a “REAL ID” license (the kind needed to travel by air starting later Read More

REPORT: DHS will review N.J. illegal alien driver’s license law

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plans to take a critical look at New Jersey’s and New York’s brand new laws permitting illegal aliens to obtain driver’s licenses.  According to the Daily Caller, acting DHS Secretary Read More

Peters to Trenton Democrats: “Stop catering to people who break the law”

TRENTON, N.J. – Ahead of an anticipated floor vote on driver’s licenses for illegal aliens, Navy SEAL and New Jersey Assemblyman Ryan Peters (R-8) upbraided his Democrat colleagues for disrespecting the rule of law. “Yesterday, our legislature rushed a bill Read More

N.J. Senate follows Assembly, advances illegal alien driver’s license bill

TRENTON, N.J. – The New Jersey Senate Transportation Committee passed S-3229 on Thursday, setting both chambers of the legislature up for a floor vote on illegal alien driver’s licenses sometime before mid-January.  The Assembly Judiciary Committee passed the companion bill Read More

N.J. Assembly Committee approves illegal driver’s licenses (which will be cheaper than yours)

TRENTON, N.J. – While most New Jerseyans are rushing to wind up work and shopping obligations before the end of the year, the Democrat-controlled Assembly Judiciary Committee approved legislation on Monday to create driver’s licenses for illegal aliens squatting in Read More

VIDEO: Senator-elect Testa blasts Gov. Murphy’s “social justice warrior crusade”

TRENTON, N.J. – This week’s pre-Thanksgiving lame duck session is chock full of crazy Democrat legislation INCLUDING illegal alien driver’s licenses and voting rights for convicted felons on parole/probation. State Senator-elect Mike Testa (R-1) isn’t mincing words concerning what it Read More