Columns by D.A. King posted on Insider Advantage Georgia


  • Mystery solved on number of illegals with Ga. driver’s licenses, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia ( a subscription website), October 20, 2017

    The bottom line: DDS answered a question that was not asked.

  • Ga. Issues Far More Drivers Licenses to DACA Recipients Than Feds Say Live Here, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, October 11, 2017

    There is a lot of confusion in Georgia on the topic in general. In 2015 email, the DDS Public Information Director explained to a InsiderAdvantage Georgia that DDS policy on deferred action was “per the federal DREAM Act”, which did not pass Congress.

  • House Bill 452: An important public safety clarification, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, July 17, 2017

    The common-sense idea was to follow the logic of the public sex offender registry.

  • Three Ga. U.S. House members co-sponsor official English bill, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, June 9, 2017

    There is also an interesting comparison of priorities and interests on the part of House lawmakers. More than 200 representatives have quietly signed on to an immigration amnesty bill that sees nearly zero exposure in the media.

  • State Senate rule allowing unrecorded votes should be scrapped, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, January 4, 2017

    We provide this information just in case a few state senators forget to mention it to constituents.

  • Which Vincent Fort Will It Be?, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, November 25, 2016

    “SB 257 – Public Works – prohibit illegal alien employment

    A bill to amend Chapter 80 of Title 36 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to local government in general, so as to prohibit the employment of illegal aliens on public works for the state or any authority, county, municipality, school district, or other local government unit or political subdivision; to provide for an oath relative to the employment of illegal aliens on such public works; to provide for a penalty. Fort, Vincent D (39)”

  • Rep. Jeff Jones to introduce revenue bill– tax-free, by D.A. KIng, Insider Advantage Georgia, September 26, 2016

    Rep. Jones has found a way to tap into the enormous amount of money that is sent out of Georgia every year without going anywhere near the Georgia economy– and the best news is that the majority of that money comes from drug dealers and illegal aliens!

  • Race-baiting poster illustrates 2011 illegal immigration law at the Atlanta History Center, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, September 8, 2016

    I asked the AHC curator, Ms. Lee, if she would reconsider her choice of visuals for the HB 87 display and either replace the race-baiting “poster art” with the official E-Verify poster to better educate museum goers on the real purpose of HB 87 – or at least add the E-Verify poster for educational balance. She demurred.

  • Anti-borders mob in Atlanta demands ICE be dismantled, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, June 28, 2016

    As usual for such occasions, two representatives from the communist National Lawyers Guild were there monitoring and taking copious notes. One of them can be seen in the day-glow-green ball cap.

  • Illegal alien drivers licenses, bureaucratic defiance and official English, by D.A. King, INSIDER ADVANTAGE GEORGIA, December 14, 2015

    Don’t look for a scathing, breathless investigative news revelation on this refusal of a taxpayer-funded state office led by a politically-appointed bureaucrat defying a legitimate request from Senator McKoon. This writer personally detailed the DDS’ refusal to forward the requested image to a room full of reporters at a July press conference in the Capitol. It was met with yawns and the same glares all pro-enforcement Americans get from liberals.

  • Illegal alien drivers licenses, bureaucratic defiance and official English, by D.A. King, INSIDER ADVANTAGE GEORGIA, December 14, 2015

    Don’t look for a scathing, breathless investigative news revelation on this refusal of a taxpayer-funded state office led by a politically-appointed bureaucrat defying a legitimate request from Senator McKoon. This writer personally detailed the DDS’ refusal to forward the requested image to a room full of reporters at a July press conference in the Capitol. It was met with yawns and the same glares all pro-enforcement Americans get from liberals.

  • A "no illegal alien left behind" lawsuit and the Board of Regents, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia - a subscription website, April 29, 2014

    Kuck is also vice-chairman of the Board at the leftist Georgia Association of the Latino Elected Officials (GALEO) Corporation, which is the most well-funded, anti-enforcement, community organizing group in the Peach State. Originally formed by former state Senator Sam Zamarippa, the Executive Director of GALEO is Geraldo E. Gonzalez – or as he is known around the state Capitol, “Angry Jerry.”

  • Guest Editorial: Evolution on immigration enforcement? Will Georgia's U.S. Senators vote 'YES' on amnesty-again?, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia - a subscription Website, June 11, 2013

    “The key is Rubio,” said the executive director of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles. “Without Rubio, this bill would not get anywhere with Republicans. He gives them the cover.”

  • D.A. King: A Few Questions and a Short Lesson in History, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia - a subscription Website, November 14, 2012

    The record low was Bob Dole at 21 percent in 1996 against incumbent Bill Clinton, who had just implemented landmark, effective border enforcement with “Operation Gatekeeper,” a massive project announced in 1994 “to restore integrity and safety to the nation’s busiest border” that secured the American/Mexican border in San Diego. An action that outraged the illegal alien lobby then and still does today.Pro-enforcement Democrat Clinton won in a landslide. With 72 percent of the Hispanic vote.

  • Georgia's Immigration law to end official use of Mexican issued ID, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, July 19, 2011

    The FBI testimony went on to explain that “…the Department of Justice and the FBI have concluded that the matricula consular is not a reliable form of identification…the matricula consular can be a perfect breeder document for establishing a false identity.”

    The FBI lost the argument against accepting the Mexican ID on the national level.

    Many Americans may have seen these cards presented by “undocumented workers”while in line at their local bank.

  • The Georgia Senate has voted before on immigration enforcement and E-Verify, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, April 15, 2011

    As I write on the eve of day forty and a 2011 Georgia Senate decision on who really runs the state, I can’t help but think back to the golden days of the first term of the Perdue administration.

    What a difference five years seems to have made in the support for immigration and employment enforcement in the Republican controlled Georgia Senate.

  • D.A. King: Thursday Gold Dome anti-enforcement lunchtime rally worth the price of admission, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, March 23, 2011

    Do not look for federal authorities to arrest any of the self-described “undocumented” who will hold signs and model t-shirts reading “WE WILL NOT COMPLY!” and “AMNESTY FOR ALL WORKERS!” “NO BORDERS! ­ SIN FRONTERAS” and “ILLEGAL AND UNAFRAID.” Such extreme enforcement action could cause a scene and be regarded as “profiling.”

  • E-Verify, an education, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, March 10, 2011

    In expanding the regulation to require use of E-Verify to protect legal workers in the private sector, Georgia would catch up with four other states, Utah, Arizona, South Carolina and Mississippi.

  • D.A. King gives his unabashed update of the illegal immigration fight at the Gold Dome, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, February 17, 2011

    The lines between the pro-enforcement majority and the anti-enforcement special interest coalition were never on more clear or constant display. It was quite interesting for this reluctant denizen of the Gold Dome to watch the everyday Georgians in attendance see for the first time the process of well-funded and entrenched professional lobbying groups vs. “We the People.”

  • Mexican ambassador “endorses” Georgia’s immigration enforcement legislation, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, February 3, 2011

    We are betraying our own poor by importing Mexico’s poorest. Don’t even ask why the Democratic Party defends illegal immigration and constantly opposes immigration and employment enforcement – as they will Rep. Ramsey’s bill.

  • Broader Immigration Story Gets Short Shrift From Media, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, December 30, 2010

    One must wonder about the agenda of the reporters, editors and producers who have failed to inform their readers, listeners and viewers of the H2A visa.

    I do.

  • Dream Act Amnesty A Nightmare For Immigration Enforcement, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, September 21, 2010

    Constantly spun as a legalization for “young people who should not be punished for what their parents did” (violate American immigration laws), the amnesty could legalize two million illegal aliens up to age 35. And then allow them to sponsor their parents - who brought them here illegally - for U.S. citizenship, as well as extended relatives

  • Regents The Real Villains In The Jessica Colotl Story, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, May 18, 2010

    This is not rocket science folks. This long time American will happily set up the system in about an hour if the BOR needs some assistance.

    Let’s stop calling this mess the “Jessica Colotl story” and refer to it for what it is: The Board of Regents Taxpayer Deception Scandal.

  • Illegal Immigration Still A Big Issue For Many Georgians, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, March 16, 2010

    For most Georgians, the solution here is not the head-scratcher that it seems to be for many people running our state government. A few observations and some news from someone who sincerely wishes he didn’t know anything about any of this.

  • Georgia Legislators Not Considering All Options In Budget Crunch, by D.A. KIng, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, January 20, 2010

    Consider reducing the size of Georgia’s “undocumented worker” population, thereby creating jobs for American workers and redirecting benefits and services to eligible recipients.

  • Predicting The Future On Today's Obama Speech; 12/8/09, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia, December 8, 2009

    One pundit puts it this way: “Unemployment isn’t just worse than Obama said it would be with the stimulus. It’s even worse than he said it would be without the stimulus.”

    Using the most positive figures, about 16 million Americans are out of work.

    At an event Friday, Obama made the remark that “we need to grow jobs and get America back to work as quickly as we can.”

  • Joe Wilson: More Courage Than The President?, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, September 11, 2009

    Is Obama saying that the contents of the CRS report "Treatment of Noncitizens in H.R. 3200" are…“false?”

  • Reports Refute Obama Claims On Health Care Legislation, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, August 31, 2009

    Unless it is renamed ‘The Dream Lives On Teddy Kennedy Memorial Socialized Medicine Act’, the House bill is officially titled ‘America’s Affordable Health Care Act of 2009’ (H.R. 3200)...

  • Illegal Immigration Should Be Part Of Health Care Reform Debate, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, July 16, 2009

    Max Baucus, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee told reporters in May illegals would not be included. "We're not going to cover undocumented aliens, undocumented workers," Baucus told the Dallas Morning News. "That's too politically explosive."

  • Open-Borders Idea Hasn't Faded, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, May 12, 2009

    Readers who may assume that the open borders agenda has faded since the beginning of the decade would be sadly wrong.The concept of creating a colossal, continental Walmart using the scrap of the Founders sovereign nation as a foundation is alive and well

  • Assorted News About Illegal Immigration, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, May 1, 2009

    Americans who study the organized crime that is illegal immigration and the open borders industry understand that La Raza is a radical far left separatist group and regard it as very bad news.

    Good news for La Raza: According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, United Parcel Service recently donated $750K to the organization whose name translates to “The Race” in the now nationally optional English language.

  • Enforce 2006 Immigration Law, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia a subscription Website, January 26, 2009

    For example: While the city of Atlanta is laying off workers, cutting back on services and suffering budget shortfalls, that government seems to be going in the opposite direction of the letter and intent of GSICA.

  • Many Local Governments Are Ignoring State's Immigration Law, by D.A. King, Insidr Advantage Georgia ( a subscription Website), June 16, 2008

    One must wonder how many illegal aliens have been hired by the governments that have yet to comply with the state law that says we must obey the federal law.

  • A Common Sense Solution: Attrition Through Enforcement, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia ( by subscription only), December 11, 2007
  • Security On The Border, Sept. 12, 2007 - Feel Safer?, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgi - a subscription Website, September 12, 2007
  • It's The Open Borders, Stupid, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia ( a subscription Website, June 21, 2007
  • On Amnesty And Temporary Workers, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia ( a subscription Website), June 11, 2007
  • It's Not Amnesty?, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage, May 21, 2007
  • MALDEF Position On Local Enforcement Of Immigration Laws On Shaky Ground, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia [ Subscription access], January 2, 2007
  • Recent Exit Poll Question On Illegals Omits 'Attrition by Enforcement' Option, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia [ Subscription access], November 16, 2006
  • History is repeating itself : U.S. Senate says “Amnesty again”, by D.A. King, Insider Advantage Georgia (subscription Website), May 25, 2006
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