Posts Tagged ‘ identity theft ’

Numbers USA Live Webcast

Update: Here’s the link, Defending Our Children’s Future, which was referenced in Jennifer’s Story.  Tune in later today, at 3:30 PM sharp, to watch Numbers USA’s live webcast. It takes place every Thursday afternoon. Today Roy Beck & Co. will probably discuss his organization’s phenomenal TV ad campaign pressuring Congressman Dave Camp to free...
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Scaling The Ivory Tower

Scaling The Ivory Tower

In my previous post, I described two presentations by post-graduate students invited to (New) Debates On Belonging, a workshop by the CUNY Graduate Center-seen above-devoted to exploring original research into the subjects of illegal immigration and the lives of illegal aliens within the United States. There were three other presentations that day, beginning with...
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Bust Out

Bust Out

I’d like to thank a member of NY ICE for forwarding this story to me, yet another in a seeming laundry list of illegal financial transactions devised with the sole purpose of defrauding American financial institutions, and by extension, American investors in those institutions.
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Criminals And The Communities Who Love Them

Criminals And The Communities Who Love Them

A story so familiar to us that I almost hesitate to post it. Yes, yet another community-not a community of Americans, mind you-is outraged that the federal government is enforcing laws that criminalize being a criminal.
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Utah’s Dilemma

One salutary effect of SB 1070′s passage is the debate it’s generated among state legislators in other parts of the country, especially those in similarly besieged, southwestern states. As I explained in a post several days ago, one of most illegal alien friendly jurisdictions is the state of Utah. Fortunately, that is starting to...
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