Posts Tagged ‘ 287 (g) ’

Jamiel’s Law for May 17, 2015

Jamiel’s Law for May 17, 2015

Listen to it live! California is seeking further into the abyss, as the L.A. County Board of Supervisor’s recent vote to end its cooperation with ICE under 287(g), which is why voices like those of the Shaw family are more important than ever, if only to warn the rest of us what could happen...
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Stand With Arizona

Stand With Arizona

As always, American Rattlesnake stands with Sheriff Joe, Governor Jan Brewer, and the good people of Arizona. Even as Janet Napolitano’s flunkies and the Obama administration continue their war against Arizona, the vast majority of ordinary Americans, and rank and file ICE agents,  stand for law and order and against an illegal invasion aided and...
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An Open Debate About Open Borders

An Open Debate About Open Borders

One of the most persistent divides between traditional conservatives and their libertarian/anarcho-capitalist counterparts involves a fundamental philosophical disagreement about immigration. While most conservatives view immigration primarily through the lens of preserving American culture by only accepting those immigrants who are assimilable and will tangibly benefit our society in the future, a view expressed repeatedly...
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Live Numbers USA Webcast (Listen Now!)

Listen to it at Numbers USA’s website. They’ll be discussing some congressional efforts at immigration enforcement, but focusing mostly upon statewide initiatives.  You can submit questions to Roy via Numbers USA’s Twitter page. 
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Secure Communities Under Attack

Secure Communities Under Attack

The assault against Secure Communities continues apace, as we learned yesterday from the Los Angeles Times. In a lopsided vote, the Los Angeles City Council decided to make participation in this successful immigration enforcement program purely voluntary; an idea that DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano has already scotched, at least rhetorically.
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Catch-22

Catch-22

In news that should come as no surprise to people who are acquainted with our current governor’s history of making decisions that result in disastrous consequences for the American public, Andrew Cuomo has decided to withdraw from Secure Communities.
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Roll Tide

Roll Tide

We learned recently, courtesy of The Stein Report, that Alabama has finally adopted the Secure Communities initiative. Despite coming very, very late to the game,  this development is welcome news. Although not as stringent or effective as 287 (g), Secure Communities is still an improvement upon the de facto sanctuary given to criminal aliens throughout...
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The Tea Party Stands Up

The Tea Party Stands Up

Courtesy of the great conservative website Fleming and Hayes bring you a fascinating series of exchanges during a public debate about Secure Communities, the identification system used by local authorities, in concert with ICE, to identify and eventually deport selected criminal aliens.
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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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The Filth and the Fury

The Filth and the Fury

It was only a matter of time before the contentious issue of border security made its way into the public debate between two contenders for the governorship of one of this nation’s largest border states. And as The Dallas Morning News reports, it’s gotten rather ugly between Governor Rick Perry and Houston mayor Bill...
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