Posts Tagged ‘ deportation ’

Reform? Read The ‘Tea’ Leaves, Padre.

Reform? Read The ‘Tea’ Leaves, Padre.

If you have read the online postings since the tsunami of GOP election victories, one gets the idea–which is not unwarranted–that with this new, refreshing realignment of power, the thorny immigration issue will be tabled.
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Exploitation?

Exploitation?

As many of you might remember, one of the issues that occupied a brief portion of the media cycle during 2008’s presidential election was the status of one of Barack Obama’s Kenyan relatives who happened to live in the United States. For better or worse, Aunt Zeituni has returned to the public spotlight.
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Deportees

Deportees

Michel Evanchik, the creator and publisher of this website, made an interesting proposal recently that would, if implemented successfully, address a small part of the current problem posed by the unauthorized presence of millions of foreign nationals within this country.
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Anarchy In The U.S.A.

Anarchy In The U.S.A.

We learned today, courtesy of the New York Times, that the Obama administration’s plan to subvert the legislative process, and grant amnesty by administrative fiat, was not merely a preliminary, bureaucratic memo. In fact, it is the official policy of the Department of Homeland Security to grant amnesty to select groups of illegal aliens.
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Incrementalism (Subtraction Through Attrition)

Incrementalism (Subtraction Through Attrition)

  One of the chief conceits of the open borders lobby is that our position, i.e., deportation through attrition, is an unworkable strategy whose logical consequences have not been properly considered. The only problem with that line of reasoning is that it’s not accurate. Gradualism has been plotted out meticulously by those with an expertise...
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Enforcing The Law Actually Works

Enforcing The Law Actually Works

  It turns out the efficacy of SB 1070 is not as dubious as its critics would suggest. In fact, you could say that the new law is actually deterring illegal aliens from coming to, or residing in, the state of Arizona, i.e. the intent of Senator Russell Pearce and Governor Jan Brewer when the bill was...
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