Sign Help Save Maryland’s Petition To Tell Governor Larry Hogan of Maryland, “NO TO OBAMAS EXECUTIVE AMNESTY”


In January 2015, before the swearing in for Governor-elect Larry Hogan, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh took it upon himself to set immigration policy for the new Hogan Administration.

Acting alone, AG Frosh signed on to an amicus curiae or “friend of the court” brief with 11 other states in support of President Obama’s controversial executive amnesty for illegal aliens. This questionable brief was submitted in opposition to the formal legal challenge filed by the State of Texas and 25 other states which argued that the President’s unconstitutional amnesty would be a financial burden on the states.

During the 2014 Maryland campaign for governor, Candidate Hogan stated on multiple occasions that he opposed illegal immigration in Maryland. And Maryland citizens fully understand that Governor Hogan was not in office when AG Frosh signed on to the original January court brief supporting Obama’s executive amnesty.

But on March 12, 2015, AG Brian Frosh did it again! This time signing on to another “friend of the court” brief demanding that the Federal Court of Appeals overturn a lower court action delaying implementation of the President’s amnesty.   This was done without so much as a peep from Governor Hogan’s office.

Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.

Obama’s Executive Amnesty means 5 million more immigrant lawbreakers will take additional jobs, healthcare and social services from deserving Maryland families. With a social security card illegal aliens will obtain federal and state tax refunds, “earned income tax credits”, access to even more government services and the ability to register to vote in Maryland elections. Maryland taxpayers already spend nearly $2 billion annually for the education, healthcare and incarceration costs of illegal aliens.

Please sign the Help Save Maryland Petition. Tell Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to:

  • Immediately withdraw the State of Maryland from the “friend of the court” briefs signed by Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh. Maryland citizens are tired of paying for illegal aliens in our communities.
  • Put our state on record with the federal courts and the American People that the law-abiding citizens of Maryland refuse to support President Obama’s Executive Amnesty.
  • Order Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh to cease and desist from providing any further verbal or written support for the unconstitutional Executive Amnesty being promoted by the White House.  

This past November, Maryland citizens voted for dramatic “Change” through the election of Larry Hogan as Governor. Eliminating blatant support for Maryland policies and programs that promote illegal immigration was a key component of the expected “Change”.

Tell Governor Larry Hogan to stop Attorney General Frosh and Maryland’s immigration lawlessness! Even New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has stepped up to oppose Obama’s executive amnesty. It’s now time for Governor Hogan to do the right thing.




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Help Save Maryland – Can It Get Any Worse?

Despite the election of Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, when it comes to immigration issues and fairness for our families this state is still going down the tubes. Time and time again Hispanic illegal aliens, with help from CASA of Maryland and corrupt federal, state and local officials, are stealing tax resources from our citizens, especially from Black and African Americans to give to those without a legal or moral right to be in our state. 


Below is a passionate letter from a HSM member Kenniss H. of Prince George’s County who has had enough with the helping illegal aliens over citizens.


Please read this important letter and pass it on to friends and family.


Then Sign the Petition below to let Governor Hogan know its time to put the brakes on illegal immigration in our state! No amnesty for illegal immigrants in Maryland!



April 15, 2015

RE: Segregated Schools for Hispanic Students in PGCPS

Position: Unfavorable

To Whom It Concern:

I am writing to express my dismay with any moves to use tax payer dollars to return our communities, and society in general, to the horrors of the past via a segregated educational system. Blacks and African Americans have historically fought for equal access to a quality education after four hundred years that span many spectrums to include no education, lack of access to education, refusal to allow Blacks and African Americans access to any type of education and/poor quality experiences. Our ancestors are looking at this move in horror; they must be wondering how anyone could reverse those milestones of accomplishments that brought us beyond segregation and segregated schools.

We live in a Global Society and as such, the expectation is that those who are empowered to make the best decisions for the good of the people are well-informed and capable of making tough decisions. We need to instill in our children a sense of belonging to a larger world community and these segregated schools are not the solution. Global lifestyles permit us to see the interwoven threads of other cultures and ethnic groups and this helps to promote acceptance and tolerance. A move to a segregated system brings so very many missed opportunities to include disallowing our children any true experiences to become prepared for the future.

In an inclusive environment, our children interact with each other and come to know how to celebrate different traditions, and lifestyles but this can never happen if tax payer dollars are used to support a digression to the past. Our expectation is that you are helping our children to learn to navigate the maze that is the ever changing global landscape. Our expectation is that you foster inclusive environments as this is how our children acquire knowledge of permanent lifestyles.

If you are not supporting the inclusion of global education in the curriculum then it is an obsolete curriculum. We must all be painfully concerned at the efforts to further isolate our students in the name of quality education. Please reference the attached chart (B) of mostly poor performing schools and note that it is not simply the heavily Hispanic populated schools that are failing but those with majority African American students, as well. Further, such a move is a misappropriation of tax payer dollars since the students at those poor performing elementary schools cannot make up and hence catch up all those years of poor performances in four years of high school. This is a disservice to our children who we view as our future leaders, scientists, physicians, lawyers and politicians. Further, this disservice will do more to disadvantage our communities and ultimately our global world footprint while sending the world a horrible message about what we are as opposed to who we say we are!!!!

Yet another missed opportunity to get to the root of the problem and turn around all of the poor performing elementary schools first. Two taxpayer sponsored high schools will not solve the problem and if anything, will further exacerbate an already bad problem. One wonders if this segregated school solution is intentionally planned so as to send a message to Blacks and African Americans that Black Lives Do Not Matter! With all the black lives that have been lost and the very recent visibility of the nonchalant attitude to Black Lives such a move further diminishes our young Black students’ self-worth. One wonders if this move to segregated schools is a return to the times of “Black get Back or you are black and worthless!” We have heard this for over four hundred years and we have seen other ethnic groups push/ stomp us into the ground and rise on the backs of our ancestors while we are barely crawling!!!!

How horrible since the general attitude seems to resonate that Blacks are lazy, worthless and without purpose. Sadly, this move resonates an unspoken and painful mind-set that not all children can learn; it appears that you have chosen those that you believe are worthy. You must not move forward with this digressive move backwards to the days of White only water fountains by supporting PGCPS Hispanic only Schools. Further, the record for the better performing schools on the attachment B are all heavily Hispanic populated and begs the question of what else is going on that prevents them from continuing with their success. For Blacks, this opens wounds that have not healed but have only just developed scabs.

Poverty is seen as a deterrent to a quality education; it is said that the rich get an education while the poor get tested and as you can see, without quality education testing is just that, poor performance. One of the biggest problems with the wealth gap is even when blacks go to college they often come out heavily burdened with debt or drop out because they do not have easy money for incidentals and often are forced to go home. Blacks must have access to quality experiences the same as those advocated by the Hispanic Community and Casa de Maryland.

All of these societal inequalities further cripple any opportunities for success; to segregate our students is yet another blow to the success of all students and I respectfully request that you not support any favorable movements towards the backward movement to segregation. I respectfully request that you do the right thing not what someone is dictating that you do; even with a petition signed only by those with a segregated vested interest. Kill this egregious move to spend taxpayer dollars when the county claims that it must raise the property tax for all of our students to have better educational experiences; we hear that our children can only succeed with more money but currently PGCPS spends $13,500 per student without any real advancement. This is higher than the average tuition at 60% of all private schools in the county. Perhaps the solution is not to privatize or to continue down this road but to shut the schools down and pay that money to private schools and let them educate our children.

Please note, this county spends very little of its budget on student services but with smart planning they could reallocate its current budget by reducing the amounts allocated to staff services; you have reduced staff and services and that has not worked but rather, has further disadvantaged our students. (See Attachment A for budget allocations). Segregation is a major evil for anyone who is black and detrimental to seeking access to a quality education; ask Ms. Ruby Bridges!!!

 Finally, please give great consideration to the following:

  1. Reduce the amount of the budget paid out for staff services and increase the amount paid out for student services – school is all about our students, this does not require additional increases to the people. We pay so much for staff services but the ROI is abysmal. In Corporate America, if the ROI is this poor then heads would roll!!!
  2. Refrain from continuously doing the same thing over and over while giving the people empty promises and our children continue to fail abysmally. You have a fiduciary responsibility to the people and most specifically to all of our children not just the Hispanic’s desire for segregation.
  3. Study the Finland Schools model and if necessary contact the Minister of Education for assistance with a view to the future success of our schools. Their commitment to revamp their educational system has paid off very well.
  4. Spend that money allocated for segregation of schools and energize all of the schools.
  5. The Hispanics cannot always solve their issues with assimilating into general society through isolation/segregation. No group can solve their issues through segregation and while this sounds cold, the best solution is to return to one’s homeland where there are fewer opportunities for integration with Blacks/African Americans.
  6. Demonstrate that you support all of your constituents, all of the people and most importantly, the success of all students and do the right thing by all students and keep them integrated.
  7. Our sister county, Montgomery County, is not looking to make a move towards segregation, talk to them about their management of all students.

Please accept my apologies for such a comprehensive position statement but this is so very important to so many people not just your “New Americans.” This move opens up far too many wounds for Blacks and a History that reaches back into the first days of slavery, to the day that slaves were freed and this country did nothing to give us a network of assimilation into this country, on into Reconstruction, the KKKs, the continuation and ramping up of the Lynching of anyone Black, Poll Taxes, Segregation by design, the bombing of Black churches and anyone’s home that the evil members of society chose to bomb, Governor Wallace and so much more but most recently, Mass Incarcerations and shoot them as they run. This move substantiates the belief that the culture of public education, as we know it in this county, is void of true learning and replaced with empty platitudes and hollow promises.

If you are unable to vote your conscience then vote the conscience of your Black Constituents and all the little Ruby Bridges who deserve as good an academic experience as the Hispanic members of the county who are not a major majority. Perhaps an International Baccalaureate Program with a Hispanic focus works better and definitely opens up opportunities for all students to be able to participate is a more positive approach. This is a no brainer!!!

Respectfully Submitted,

Kenniss H.











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Brad Botwin, Director, Help Save Maryland   240-447-1884








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Obama Admin. Gave Social Security Numbers to Over Half a Million Illegal Aliens

April 15, 2015 – 3:07 PM

( – Social Security numbers (SSNs) were given to 541,000 illegal aliens, according to Carolyn Colvin, acting commissioner of the Social Security Administration (SSA).

In a March 12 letter, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) had asked SSA: “How many individuals have applied for SSNs as a result of the June 15, 2012, memorandum issued by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano entitled ‘Exercising Prosecutorial Discretion with Respect to Individuals Who Came to the United States as Children’?”

(See SSA Letter.pdf)

“By the end of fiscal year (FY) 2014, we had issued approximately 541,000 original SSNs to individuals authorized to work under the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy since its inception,” Colvin said in her April 10 response.

Janet Napolitano

Former Dept. of Homeland Security Sec. Janet Napolitano. (AP photo)

Napolitano’s June 15, 2012 memo states that “for individuals who are granted deferred action by either ICE [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] orUSCIS [U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services],USCIS shall accept applications to determine whether these individuals quality for work authorizations during this period of deferred action.”

The 2012 memo acknowledges that it “confers no substantive right, immigration status or pathway to citizenship,” adding that such benefits can be conferred “only [by] the Congress, acting through its legislative authority.”

(See Napolitano memo.pdf)

However, according to Sessions’ office, “an illegal immigrant who receives a Social Security number will be able to draw federal tax credits, Social Security retirement benefits, and Social Security disability benefits.”

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