Archive for August, 2010

Illegal Privilege vs. Human Rights

Illegal Privilege vs. Human Rights

Hans von Spakovsky has written a devastating piece attacking the report submitted to the United Nations Human Rights Council by the Obama adminstration, which you can read in its entirety at the Heritage Foundation’s indispensable blog, The Foundry.
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Vendetta?

Vendetta?

Yet more evidence that the Obama administration’s campaign against Arizona is politically-motivated and not simply the result of constitutional concerns over SB 1070 was revealed today, courtesy of Fox News.
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Immigration Raids

Immigration Raids

  It seems that despite the Obama administration’s insistence upon imposing a stealth amnesty, and its rejection of worksite raids, there are some illegal aliens being rounded up with the intent of eventual deportation. Courtesy of an affiliate of ABC News in Chicago, we learn that nearly 400 potentially violent criminals have been detained...
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Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

Open borders advocates have done us a huge favor in the form of listing public servants that they despise. Courtesy of the Huffington Post, we now know who to vote for  in upcoming elections. And, with the exception for J.D. Hayworth-who was, unfortunately, defeated in his bid to unseat Senator John McCain-they’re all up re-election...
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Criminals and Illegal Aliens

Criminals and Illegal Aliens

 Not surprisingly, most mass immigration advocates like to cloak their advocacy for the dissolution of this country’s borders in gradiloquent rhetoric and misleading euphemisms. One tactic they’ve taken to employing recently is demonizing opposition to their campaign by claiming that all attacks against Hispanic immigrants or illegal aliens living in this country are led by ignorant, xenophobic...
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Amnesty Is Back

Amnesty Is Back

It turns out that the furor surrounding the Obama administration’s plan to enact amnesty through executive fiat is not simply an exercise in political hysteria by the the President’s opponents, but an understandable reaction by people who’ve witnessed his administration’s unwillingness to enforce immigration laws throughout his first term.  
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Phony Refugees

Phony Refugees

An issue I’ve explored in previous posts, the flood of Tamil refugees exploiting Canada’s generous-verging on the absurd-asylum policies has engendered a situation that is untenable for the current Conservative government and the vast majority of Canadians. Ezra Levant has a great column exposing the underlying fraud many Tamil applicants for asylum perpetrate in...
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2010 Primaries

2010 Primaries

The summer season of primaries had an eventful conclusion last night, although the race between Senator Lisa Murkowski and her opponent has yet to be determined. Overall, yesterday’s primary results constitute a mixed bag for the immigration enforcement and reduction camp.
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Deportees

Deportees

Michel Evanchik, the creator and publisher of this website, made an interesting proposal recently that would, if implemented successfully, address a small part of the current problem posed by the unauthorized presence of millions of foreign nationals within this country.
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Pay Illegals to Leave

Pay Illegals to Leave

Market-based solutions are the vogue in public policy. Throwing money around judiciously, exploiting people’s love of cash rewards has proved an effective measure in dealing with previously intractable problems. The problem of illegal immigration and especially the backlog of illegal aliens within US borders offers the opportunity for such a solution.
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