- AIC is an American non-partisan grassroots activist organization with more than a quarter of a million members – citizens of all races, creeds, and colors.
- AIC, founded in 1983, is about stopping the millions of illegal aliens who sneak across our border from Mexico every year.
- AIC is about deporting those illegal aliens already in the U.S.
- AIC is about opposing all amnesties & guest worker legislation.
- AIC is about strictly enforcing the current immigration laws and increasing penalties for those who knowingly transport, recruit, solicit, or hire illegal aliens.
- AIC is about demanding that our federal government immediately use maximum manpower and support equipment to secure our nation from terrorists, drug smugglers, and illegals.
- AIC is about reducing annual legal immigration to numbers which can be readily assimilated.
- AIC is about actively promoting grassroots influence on legislators by means of letters, petitions, and postcard campaigns to promote secure border control.
- AIC is about educating motivating and activating citizens with our newsletter Immigration Watch.
- AIC is about our staff members who appear as guests on radio talk shows and TV programs to help alert the nation to the immigration crisis.
- AIC is about encouraging all concerned citizens to join our efforts to secure America’s borders.
Ad Campaign Peddles Deception 5/24/13
An organization called “Americans for a Conservative Direction” is spending one million dollars to air a pro-amnesty TV ad in Texas, Florida, and Kentucky. The organization is an offshoot of Mark Zuckerberg’s political action group, FWD. Zuckerburg, a billionaire, is the founder of Facebook.
Fact Check: There is little about this organization or its ad that is either conservative or factual. One of the five board members of the organization is former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour who once lobbied for the Mexican government on behalf of Mexican illegal aliens and amnesty. Barbour tried to deny this charge, but documents of his firm clearly show otherwise. (Los Angeles Times 3/23/11 article by Melanie Mason and Maeve Reston).
It is hard to see what is conservative—or indeed patriotic—about working for a foreign government to reward its citizens for lawbreaking. . . .