Posts Tagged ‘ illegal aliens ’

Texas v. United States (The Supremes Weigh In)

Texas v. United States (The Supremes Weigh In)

As we pointed out last week, the Supreme Court has decided to weigh the merits of the President’s executive actions on immigration. One of the most interesting analyses on this subject comes by way of Constitutional law professor Josh Blackman, who accurately points out that this case is unique in that it is the...
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Breaking News…

Breaking News…

The Supreme Court has decided to review the President’s executive actions with regard to immigration. Read the details, courtesy of The Guardian.
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Get Out Of Jail Free

Get Out Of Jail Free

The impending year brings with it the possibility of change. However, don’t expect much to change in the policy priorities of this administration, which continues to find new ways to nullify what remains of this country’s immigration laws. New deportation figures released by the inaptly named Department of Homeland Security demonstrate that the odds...
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Final Appeal

  The federal judiciary has yet to issue a definitive ruling on the legality of DAPA, however the Obama administration took one of the final steps in the appeals process this week. As Numbers USA reports, the White House has officially submitted a petition for its case to be heard before the Supreme Court,...
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Mapping Dysfunction

  One of the most useful methods for understanding our current immigration crisis is looking at the cumulative effect of our government’s endorsement, both tacit and explicit, of illegal immigration. The Center for Immigration Studies has developed a handy tool that helps individual citizens do this. Namely, their sanctuary cities map.
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Stolen Lives (National Day of Remembrance, 2015)

As mentioned in a previous post, this past weekend marked the 5th consecutive National Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Illegal Aliens. In a sense, victims of our government’s willful indifference to the lives and security of ordinary American men and women.  Breitbart News has a deeply moving account of the commemoration which...
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American Lives Matter

American Lives Matter

Finally, a dose of good news in what’s been an otherwise grim year for those of us looking for signs of sanity among this nation’s public officials. Kudos to ALIPAC, as well as other immigration enforcement and reform activists in the Tar Heel State, for pressuring North Carolinian legislators to do the right thing!
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21st Century Heterodoxy

21st Century Heterodoxy

Ben Carson has outlined the broad strokes of his immigration plan. Like some of the other proposals by Dr. Carson which lie outside  his field of expertise, it is muddled, at best. Unfortunately, it’s also redolent of the Chamber of Commerce/Wall St. Journal/Bush family exaltation of cheap labor at the expense of American workers....
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The Torch of Freedom

The Torch of Freedom

Apparently, it’s not burning so brightly these days. Maybe we shouldn’t have left it in the care of a group of self-styled rebels in the House of Representatives. Mickey Kaus has a fantastic deconstruction of how presumptive Speaker Paul Ryan took the House Freedom Caucus without firing a shot.  
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Endorsing Criminality

Kudos, once again, to the Center for Immigration Studies for providing us with an idea of how vast the safety net for illegal aliens is within the United States.
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