Michel Evanchik

Michel Evanchik is the owner and publisher of American-Rattlesnake.org . Mr. Evanchik has been developing websites since 1998 and his active involvement in (mostly Democratic) politics dates back to 1984. He resides in Forest Hills, Queens, the most diverse of New York City's five boroughs. In his spare time he enjoys amateur paleontology, reading and swimming in the ocean.


Beijing Cracks Down on Illegal Immigrants

The Chinese authorities in Beijing are doing exactly what New York City should be doing to deal with illegal immigrants:  cracking down on them.
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The Rattlesnake Returns

American Rattlesnake has been down the past 36 hours.  We were hacked. It ‘s been a pain in the keister getting back online, but now we’re back.  More details will be forthcoming, but right now us rattlesnake handlers are tired and we’re going to sleep. We’ll keep up the good fight as long as...
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Immigration Scofflaws Crave Publicity

Immigration Scofflaws Crave Publicity

USA Today is reporting on a new strategy self-entitled immigration scofflaws are using to stay in this country.  They exploit public sympathy and liberal news outlets to publicize their illicit immigration status and demand the right to stay in this country: Abdollahi’s parents immigrated to the U.S. from Iran on a student visa when...
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Do Your Part To End Slavery

There is something you can do to stop the most heinous abuses of illegal immigrants, and it can be as simple as making a phone call. American Rattlesnake recently recounted the tale of “V.M.” an Indian maid kept in servitude in upstate New York. Most striking is how this injustice was found out —...
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Latinos Liberal, Not Stupid, On Immigration

Latinos Liberal, Not Stupid, On Immigration

To listen to the Democratic Party, Latinos have political tunnel-vision, caring only about immigration issues.   Latinos, like the rest of their fellow Americans, care about a broad array of issues. A quick look at the Univision homepage bears this out.  That may be a bad example — a quick look at the Univision...
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Immigrants in Bondage

Immigrants in Bondage

Numerous news outlets are reporting on the case of Annie George, a wealthy Indian immigrant who kept another Indian, known as “V.M.”, in virtual slavery in upstate New York, paying her the equivalent of eighty-seven cents an hour to work for her family over the past six years. The best reporting comes from the...
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Apocalypse Now!

Apocalypse Now!

Using gunboats similar to those used in the Vietnam War, Texas state police will be patrolling the waters of the Rio Grande and the Intercoastal Waterway by Padre Island.  As Reuters reports, the boats are thought necessary to fight “smugglers of drugs, weapons and illegal immigrants”:
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Archeologists Study Modern Immigration

Archeologists Study Modern Immigration

Illegal immigration into the United States, particularly along our southern frontier with Mexico, is both blatant and mysterious.  We know that hordes  of people are coming over.  Some of them even get caught.  But due to the illegality of the enterprise, the mundane details of this migration remain shrouded in myster. Immigrants and smugglers...
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Hong Kong Immigrants Fuel Motoring Mayhem

Hong Kong Immigrants Fuel Motoring Mayhem

The New York Daily News reports on a disturbing scam to put unqualified drivers on the road. Philip and Pui Ng, through their company N&Y Professional Service Line, helped non-English speaking drivers cheat to pass the written test for a commercial driver’s license.  Using wireless cameras hidden in a test-taker’s jacket to see the...
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Illegal Aliens Free To Disrupt North Carolina Democracy

Illegal Aliens Free To Disrupt North Carolina Democracy

As reported by the News and Observer this Wednesday, three Mexicans, illegally present in this country, disrupted legislative hearings in North Carolina.  Wearing bright orange t-shirts saying “undocumented and unafraid”, they were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, and kept in jail until the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency could figure out what to do...
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