Archive for January, 2011

Rating The Presidential Hopefuls

Rating The Presidential Hopefuls

Kudos to our friends at Numbers USA for assembling a fantastic immigration scorecard ranking each of the presumed or rumored about presidential candidates based upon their public stances on various issues of concern to their organization.
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Collusion?

Collusion?

One of the consistent themes of the Obama administration’s immigration policy has been an hostility to states and cities that attempt to deter illegal aliens from residing in or moving to these areas through legislative means. Nothing illustrates this determination to thwart local authorities more than the Department of Justice’s lawsuit against the state...
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All The News That’s Fit To Stint (Sins of Omission)

All The News That’s Fit To Stint (Sins of Omission)

The Center for Immigration Studies provides an extended excerpt  from William McGowan’s most recent, incisive analysis of the news media, Gray Lady Down, on its weblog this month.
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Snowmen: A True Story

Snowmen: A True Story

  The scene: Near midnight, January. Wednesday. Times Square, NYC. One of the world’s busiest crossways.
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Bait-and-Switch

Bait-and-Switch

 An op-ed in yesterday’s USA Today by a former counsel to the September 11th Commission brings us troubling news of a recent decision by DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano to discontinue a vital intelligence gathering program at the border.
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The State of the State of the Union

The State of the State of the Union

Talking Points Memo has a great story exploring  the likely Republican reponse to President Obama’s proposed immigration reforms, most of which seem to have been contained in a brief, one paragraph-long sound bite he delivered during last night’s State of the Union.
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Numbers USA Is Live-Blogging The State of the Union

Follow Roy Beck’s astute observations here.
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The Caring County

The Caring County

Despite claims to the contrary, one thing we do know about illegal aliens is that they and their extended families tax an already overwhelmed system of social services in this country, especially at the municipal and statewide levels of government. Confirming this assertion is not all that difficult, especially when you look at the amount...
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The Peach State Emulates Arizona

The Peach State Emulates Arizona

Yet another state appears to be following in the footsteps of Arizona, as this news article describes.
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Criminals And The Communities Who Love Them

Criminals And The Communities Who Love Them

A story so familiar to us that I almost hesitate to post it. Yes, yet another community-not a community of Americans, mind you-is outraged that the federal government is enforcing laws that criminalize being a criminal.
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