Archive for February, 2012

Nebraska City Uses Local Ordinance To Counter Illegals

Nebraska City Uses Local Ordinance To Counter Illegals

The Omaha World-Herald reports that the citizens of Fremont, Nebraska have instituted a local ordinance to counter illegal aliens living and working in their city.  Similar to a law in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, the ballot-approved law requires renters to get an occupancy license, proving their legal residency, and for all employers to check employee eligibility...
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Pennsylvania Judge Puts Sharia Before Freedom of Speech

Pennsylvania Judge Puts Sharia Before Freedom of Speech

A Pennsylvania judge threw out a case against a Muslim, Talaag Elbayomy, for  assaulting a man who was dressed as a zombie Mohammed.  Citing Sharia law and the Koran, Judge Mark Martin excorciated the victim, Ernie Perce, for marching in the Mechanicsburg Halloween parade: Well, having had the benefit of having spent over two-and-a-half years...
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North Carolina Immigration Committee Hearing

Today, the North Carolina legislature’s Immigration Committee will hold a very important hearing on immigration. I urge all those living in Raleigh to attend, if able. The details can be found below, courtesy of NC Renegade. 
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Does The Hispanic Vote Matter?

Does The Hispanic Vote Matter?

In the Republican Presidential primaries, successful candidates have supported strong immigration enforcement policies. It is not the only key to success. Michele Bachman had the most unequivocal stance against amnesty and open borders, but didn’t make it past the Iowa Caucuses. Newt Gingrich is famously weak on the issue, and enjoyed early fleeting success....
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Brewer Endorses Romney

Brewer Endorses Romney

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer endorsed Mitt Romney for President on this Sunday’s “Meet the Press”: “I think that he handles himself very, very well, but more than that I think that he has that pro-business background and he has that political history that I think that he would serve America the best of all...
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The Hyphen

The Hyphen

 John Wayne’s “The Hyphen”:
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US Supreme Court: Deport Tax Scofflaws

The Supreme Court has ruled that a legal immigrant couple, Akio and Fukado Kawashima, may be deported for criminal tax evasion. The legal question was whether evading taxes rose to the level of deportable offense as an “‘aggravated felony’ to include crimes of ‘fraud or deceit’”.  The Court decided that the 4 months in prison Akio...
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Baltimore Illegals Demand Double Standard

The city of Baltimore joined the federal Secure Communities program this week. Illegal immigrants and their supporters are upset because now they are more likely to face deportation for breaking immigration laws. They are further upset that increased scrutiny of immigration status will make them more likely to be victims of crime themselves, because...
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The LA Times Takes on Immigration in Arizona

It would be too much to expect the LA Limes to accurately report  on the overwhelming support immigration enforcement enjoys in Arizona.  But buried deep in the story, there it is: Merrill (political pollster and ASU professor emeritus) said that polling he’s done shows that illegal immigration remains a huge issue and that most people,...
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Mississippi Gets Tough On Illegals

Mississippi Gets Tough On Illegals

Taking their cue from their Alabama neighbors, the Mississippi legislature is moving forward on a bill to crack down on illegal immigrants with local enforcement.   The bill’s supporters want to preserve state services for those residents who legally deserve them, and free up the jobs taken by illegals for unemployed legal residents of...
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