Posts Tagged ‘ immigration enforcement ’

Call To Action

Call To Action

Flag designed by Thomas Dolan This past weekend we were lucky enough to celebrate the first anniversary of American Rattlesnake with several friends and allies in New York City. And although we realize that many of this website’s most steadfast followers come from the Big Apple, we also recognize the importance of those who...
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A Divider, Not A Uniter

  Now that Rick Perry has formally entered the 2012 presidential race, American Rattlesnake will have a lot more to say about his record on immigration, or lack thereof, as those of you who are aware of his history might characterize his approach to the issue. Suffice it to say, we are not fans of...
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Reality Check

Reality Check

One of the most persistent myths propagated by open borders enthusiasts is the notion that America’s approach to border security, despite not existing in many places along our southern border, is both unique and quintessentially inhumane. The predominant narrative usually takes the form of American Border Patrol agents callously impeding the free flow of brown-skinned, impoverished...
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America The Beautiful (Part II)

America The Beautiful (Part II)

Update: Watch video footage of the event taken by my friend, P.H. You can also find more photos she took here.  Update II: Read the entire story on The Silent Majority No More. Despite protestations to the contrary, which included repeated references to the “diverse” array of illegal aliens demanding that the government explicitly sanction...
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Support Arizona

  I just received word of a rally taking place this thursday protesting SB 1070, whose anniversary happens to occur later this week. The president of New Yorkers For Immigration Control and Enforcement has decided to stage a counter-demonstration in order to show our support for the efforts of Governor Jan Brewer and the...
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A Rebuttal


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The New Economy

The New Economy

Politico has a very interesting story today about a new initiative in Georgia that is, unfortunately, cast in an extremely misleading, prejudicial manner. With a newly enacted immigration enforcement law in Georgia, there is inevitably going to be labor shortage in fields that had previously been supplied with labor by illegal aliens.
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Bring Secure Communities Back To The Empire State

I just received an e-mail from the president of NY ICE which provides some good suggestions for voicing your displeasure with Governor Andrew Cuomo’s recent decision to gut Secure Communities in order to pander to illegal aliens and their advocates within New York State. Her press release is reproduced in full below.
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Americans Win!

Americans Win!

Conversely, you could say that the Chamber of Commerce and ACLU have lost, and lost big-time. Overall, it was a very good day for the Supreme Court of the United States, or as law nerds like to call it, SCOTUS. However, it was an even better day for Arizonans, and for those of us...
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Doing What’s Right

Doing What’s Right

Even though it seems like we have nothing to report these days but discouraging news, e.g. the continuing indifference of the administration and large swathes of Congress to enforcing immigration laws, the mounting body count along our southern border, and the lack of real discussion of immigration limitation and reform among public officials, there...
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