Posts Tagged ‘ immigration enforcement ’

Mike Cutler Examines SB 1070

Our good friend Michael Cutler has a new venue in which to explore the multidimensional problems associated with unfettered immigration and our government’s inability to control our borders. As a contributor to And Magazine this month, he takes a look at the Supreme Court’s deliberations over the constitutionality of Arizona’s landmark 2010 immigration enforcement law, SB...
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Immigration Scofflaws Crave Publicity

Immigration Scofflaws Crave Publicity

USA Today is reporting on a new strategy self-entitled immigration scofflaws are using to stay in this country.  They exploit public sympathy and liberal news outlets to publicize their illicit immigration status and demand the right to stay in this country: Abdollahi’s parents immigrated to the U.S. from Iran on a student visa when...
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Illegal Aliens Free To Disrupt North Carolina Democracy

Illegal Aliens Free To Disrupt North Carolina Democracy

As reported by the News and Observer this Wednesday, three Mexicans, illegally present in this country, disrupted legislative hearings in North Carolina.  Wearing bright orange t-shirts saying “undocumented and unafraid”, they were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, and kept in jail until the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency could figure out what to do...
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Sheriff Joe Arpaio Saves American Jobs

Sheriff Joe Arpaio Saves American Jobs

Stand With Arizona reports that law enforcement stalwart Sheriff Joe Arpaio doesn’t just stop crime by capturing illegals, he also frees up jobs that legitimate American citizens need and want:  We hear almost every day that “illegals do the jobs Americans won’t do”.
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US Supreme Court: Deport Tax Scofflaws

The Supreme Court has ruled that a legal immigrant couple, Akio and Fukado Kawashima, may be deported for criminal tax evasion. The legal question was whether evading taxes rose to the level of deportable offense as an “‘aggravated felony’ to include crimes of ‘fraud or deceit'”.  The Court decided that the 4 months in prison Akio...
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Baltimore Illegals Demand Double Standard

The city of Baltimore joined the federal Secure Communities program this week. Illegal immigrants and their supporters are upset because now they are more likely to face deportation for breaking immigration laws. They are further upset that increased scrutiny of immigration status will make them more likely to be victims of crime themselves, because...
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Mississippi Gets Tough On Illegals

Mississippi Gets Tough On Illegals

Taking their cue from their Alabama neighbors, the Mississippi legislature is moving forward on a bill to crack down on illegal immigrants with local enforcement.   The bill’s supporters want to preserve state services for those residents who legally deserve them, and free up the jobs taken by illegals for unemployed legal residents of...
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Laboratories of Democracy

John, a member of both NY ICE and the Republican Governors Association, went to the RGA’s annual meeting held in Orlando, Florida earlier this month. In addition to the recreational activities-which looked like a blast-he also had the chance to meet some of the nation’s governors, including two who are on the front lines...
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Obama’s Uncle On A Bender

Obama’s Uncle On A Bender

Well, not exactly. He wasn’t found behind the wheel intoxicated, as was the case when he was arrested this past August. However, he is operating a liquor store in the state of Massachusetts, according to a new report by TMZ. All the while, of course, assiduously avoiding the outstanding deportation order against him. Call me...
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Live Numbers USA Webcast (Listen Now!)

Listen to it at Numbers USA’s website. They’ll be discussing some congressional efforts at immigration enforcement, but focusing mostly upon statewide initiatives.  You can submit questions to Roy via Numbers USA’s Twitter page. 
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