Archive for January, 2011

Recall Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik

Although best known for his sensational allegations in the wake of the tragic Tucson massacre, exemplified by this train wreck of an interview conducted by Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, a less well known aspect of Sheriff Dupnik’s profile is his unstinting support for illegal aliens living within the state of Arizona.
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None Dare Call It Amnesty

None Dare Call It Amnesty

The United States Congress is once again at work trying to provide amnesty for hundreds of thousands of aliens living in the United States. The current crop of potential Powerball winners happen to come from Pakistan, and would benefit from the extension of Temporary Protected Status.
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Beefing Up Employer Verification

Beefing Up Employer Verification

An interesting article published in today’s Wall Street Journal explores the efforts of the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement to punish businesses that employ illegal aliens.
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Gumming Up The Works

Gumming Up The Works

Some great news from the Commonwealth of Virginia, courtesy of the Center for Immigration Studies. 
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Tunisia Meltdown

Tunisia Meltdown

In the wake of the president fleeing his country, escaping the widespread ‘student’ riots, Tunisia is not what it, until very recently, seemed. Who knew the Tunisians were so repressed?  Wherever one goes in the country, those Ben Ali banners are everywhere.
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Good News

Good News

The condition of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, who only a few days ago was thought to be near death, continues to improve, according to doctors treating her in Arizona.
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Rahmbo’s Latino Problem

Rahmbo’s Latino Problem

An interesting story in yesterday’s Christian Science Monitor looks at the electoral prospects of former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, who is looking to to succeed long-time Chicago mayor and political boss Richard Daley.
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Laboratories Of Innovation

Laboratories Of Innovation

The fight to implement immigration reform on a statewide basis in the wake of SB 1070’s passage continues apace, as this story about developments in the state of Indiana describes.
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Change of Course?

Change of Course?

In spite of previous media reports, it turns out that Rep. Steve King will not be appointed the chairman of the Immigration Subcomittee of the House Judiciary Committee. Instead, long-time immigration hawk Elton Gallegly will be given the chairmanship, a development King ascribes to Speaker John Boehner’s lack of leadership on this issue.
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Going In Reverse

Going In Reverse

Some bad news from the state of Rhode Island, courtesy of The Boston Globe. One of the worst outcomes of this past election cycle was the replacement of outgoing Governor Donald Carcieri, who had been a stalwart supporter of state-federal cooperation on immigration enforcement, with hapless open borders panderer Lincoln Chafee.
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