Posts Tagged ‘ Arizona Republic ’

The Daily Rattle (2011 New Year’s Edition)

The Daily Rattle (2011 New Year’s Edition)

Our last Rattle of 2011 runs the gamut, all the way from an immigration enforcement success in Pennsylvania to a disappointing judicial setback in South Carolina. However, we begin the final roundup of the year with a must-read essay in The American Conservative by W. James Antle III. It looks at the immigration scorecard...
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All The News That’s Fit To Stint

All The News That’s Fit To Stint

Several weeks ago, there was a fantastic analysis by Numbers USA’s press watchdog on the common misperception floated by reporters, as well as mass immigration enthusiasts, that immigration to this country is simply a response to supply and demand economics.
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Arizona Under Assault

Arizona Under Assault

I thought this would be a good time to remind our readers of where SB 1070-the law that sparked both the national movement to crack down on border jumpers and the countervailing movement among its opponents to economically and politically isolate Arizona, led by the Obama administration-currently stands.
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Arizona Strong

Arizona Strong

Once again, the need for laws such as SB 1070, as well as crime suppression and work site raids,  has become abundantly clear. The latest example of why allowing local law enforcement to detain suspected illegal aliens is necessary comes in the form of a police investigation that led to the unraveling of a human...
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The Daily Rattle – Immigration News Summary for September 13, 2010

American-Rattlesnake scours the world for the latest immigration news at home and abroad, and always has a special place in its heart for its sometimes noisy mascot:
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Why Not Rhode Island: Part II

Why Not Rhode Island: Part II

Now,  as I explained yesterday,  the state of Rhode Island-thanks to the  decisive leadership of its chief executive, Donald Carcieri-has been encouraging its police officers to ascertain the immigration status of people who were detained in connection with unrelated investigations. Of course, this power is the same one granted to police officers in the...
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