Posts Tagged ‘ Center for Immigration Studies ’

Three Card Monte

Three Card Monte

Facilitating human trafficking, expediting the resettlement of thousands of non-refugee aliens within this country, and paying off the immigration lawyers who are in large measure responsible for the current disaster. President Obama’s farcical budget request has it all. Dan Cadman provides a thorough debunking of this administration’s latest spin in a well-researched Center for...
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Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

This site has consistently chronicled the glaring deficiencies of this nation’s immigration courts, including their maddening refusal to keep criminal aliens behind bars, a dysfunctional process exemplified by the President’s own uncle, whose years of defiance were eventually rewarded by the judiciary. With the ongoing invasion of the United States by Central Americans, facilitated...
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Debating Open Borders

  Our good friend Mark Krikorian stepped into the lions’ den a few weeks ago, confronting open borders sophist Bryan Caplan-as well as Cato’s sub par immigration analyst-in a Reason Magazine-sponsored debate. Well worth watching in its entirety. 
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The Extinction of the American Worker

  Our good friend Senator Sessions elaborates upon a subject that we have covered extensively on this site in the past. Coupled with the non-enforcement of immigration law, the current drive to import millions of low and unskilled workers will merely expand the suffering experienced by the scores of Americans looking for gainful employment....
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Executive Action (Public Radio Weighs In)

Executive Action (Public Radio Weighs In)

And the myth of the “highly-skilled” H-1B visa holder continues to be propagated by the mainstream media with nary a word of dissent voiced. In this case, it’s being broadcast by NPR, which has never met a specious open borders argument it wouldn’t wholeheartedly embrace.  For the record, there are actually more STEM graduates...
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Criminal Negligence

Criminal Negligence

Most of you are well aware of the fact that this administration, despite its repeated attempts to airbrush its blemishes, has an absolutely atrocious record of immigration enforcement. However, a recent report documents just how negligent the federal government has been in ensuring the safety of American citizens. Nearly 70,000 criminal aliens have been...
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Refugee Resettlement: The Case Of Tennessee

Refugee Resettlement: The Case Of Tennessee

Picking up on our previous post, dubious refugee claims tax not only  innocent Americans seeking to avoid becoming the latest victims of international terrorism, they also put an enormous burden upon state and city financial coffers. A perfect illustration of this phenomenon can be found in the state of Tennessee, which has been the...
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Setting The Record Straight

Setting The Record Straight

The actual deportation numbers for this administration are, as anyone who has been paying attention to this issue in even the most cursory manner, appalling. Federale has an incisive post exploring just one of many grossly misleading media puff pieces extolling the benefits of President Obama’s latest unconstitutional administrative amnesty, which I recommend reading....
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Chutzpah

Chutzpah

As if installing a Democratic Party fundraiser with virtually no experience in enforcing immigration law-and no interest in doing so in the future-as the head of the Department of Homeland Security weren’t enough, the U.S. Senate is now poised to confirm a nominee who is under the cloud of an investigation by the inspector...
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Reckless Legislating

The open borders lobby, flush with success after its victory in the Mexifornia legislature, as well as the nation’s capital, is attempting to expand its dominion over American citizens in the Garden State. The legislative push to give illegal aliens driver’s licenses, under the mistaken presumption that criminals will behave lawfully once sanctioned by...
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