Posts Tagged ‘ CIS ’

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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Stopping The Next 9/11

Twelve years on, and this nation’s caretakers still have not absorbed the lessons of that day. Don’t let their sacrifices be in vain.
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Progressives For Immigration Reform

Progressives For Immigration Reform

Those of you who are dedicated readers are undoubtedly familiar with the work of David North, a fellow for the Center for Immigration Studies and long-time policy analyst who has conducted numerous studies which meticulously delineate the fundamental problems that lie at the heart of post-1965 national immigration policy. Many of you may remember...
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The End Of Equality

The End Of Equality

One of the most incisive, astute observers of the growing income inequality and stratification that characterizes large portions of this nation’s economy is writer Mickey Kaus. Unique among his colleagues for being a prominent voice within the mainstream media and yellow dog Democrat who opposes the mass, unskilled immigration which the institutional left and...
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NY ICE Standing Up For American Workers

NY ICE Standing Up For American Workers

    The breadth of support enjoyed by BALA in its March for Jobs and equitable treatment of American workers can be seen in the lengths to which so many patriotic citizens traveled in order to attend this rally. From South Central  Los Angeles to the tip of New England, angry Americans of divergent...
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Stand Up, America

The DC March for Jobs is less than a week away! Although the chartered bus  from New Jersey is no longer available, there are still available buses for those willing to make the trek from other parts of the country. Even as the Congressional Black Caucus turns its back on its constituents, the Black...
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Not Even A Fig Leaf

Not Even A Fig Leaf

  Update: A list of the Republican senators who abandoned their constituents. Watch the Senate debate live! The chart above-compiled by the Federation for American Immigration Reform-illustrates how the Gang of Eight bill rewards criminality-at least, if the crimes are being perpetrated by a favored political constituency. In this case, illegal aliens. Tonight the Senate...
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