Posts Tagged ‘ Eric Holder ’

Collusion?

Collusion?

One of the consistent themes of the Obama administration’s immigration policy has been an hostility to states and cities that attempt to deter illegal aliens from residing in or moving to these areas through legislative means. Nothing illustrates this determination to thwart local authorities more than the Department of Justice’s lawsuit against the state...
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Recession Proof Immigration

Recession Proof Immigration

There’s a fantastic piece in the Washington Examiner today examining the priorities of the new chairman of the Judiciary Committee in the House of Representatives, Rep. Lamar Smith.
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Year In Review

Year In Review

As we mark the end of the old year and the beginning of something new, it’s wise to take a step back and assess the accomplishments and setbacks of our movement. 2010 was probably the most significant year in terms of advancing the debate over immigration enforcement within the body politic of this country...
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Vendetta?

Vendetta?

Yet more evidence that the Obama administration’s campaign against Arizona is politically-motivated and not simply the result of constitutional concerns over SB 1070 was revealed today, courtesy of Fox News.
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Who’s In Charge?

Who’s In Charge?

  An interesting discussion about the federal government’s lawsuit against  Arizona, which was launched to halt implementation of its new immigration law, SB 1070.  Who made the call? Was it Attorney General Eric Holder, or was it President Barack Obama’s decision to sue the state? Representative Steve King has his suspicions.  
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