Posts Tagged ‘ immigration enforcement ’

Change Takes Time

Change Takes Time

For those of you who’ve followed our past coverage of  Rep. Stephen Sandstrom’s efforts at curbing illegal immigration in his home state of Utah, you’ll be pleased to know that his bill, HB-70, has cleared an important legislative hurdle.
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Creating and Saving American Jobs

Creating and Saving American Jobs

One of the biggest debates relating to immigration enforcement that has erupted since the beginning of the Obama administration’s halfhearted attempts at interior enforcement is over what is the best method to target employers who have either knowingly or unwittingly employed illegal aliens as part of their workforce.
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Enforcement Works Again

Enforcement Works Again

That’s the title given to an update to the NRO blog The Corner which records the startling news that enforcing our immigration laws, instead of allowing illegal and criminal aliens to flout them at will, actually cuts down on illegal immigration, not to mention the subsidiary problems that arise from this endemic problem.
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Righting A Wrong

Righting A Wrong

One of the bright young stars of the Republican Party, a woman profiled both here and in numerous media outlets before the last election, is the new governor of New Mexico, Susana Martinez.
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All The News That’s Fit To Stint (Sins of Omission)

All The News That’s Fit To Stint (Sins of Omission)

The Center for Immigration Studies provides an extended excerpt  from William McGowan’s most recent, incisive analysis of the news media, Gray Lady Down, on its weblog this month.
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The State of the State of the Union

The State of the State of the Union

Talking Points Memo has a great story exploring  the likely Republican reponse to President Obama’s proposed immigration reforms, most of which seem to have been contained in a brief, one paragraph-long sound bite he delivered during last night’s State of the Union.
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The Peach State Emulates Arizona

The Peach State Emulates Arizona

Yet another state appears to be following in the footsteps of Arizona.
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Beefing Up Employer Verification

Beefing Up Employer Verification

An interesting article published in today’s Wall Street Journal explores the efforts of the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement to punish businesses that employ illegal aliens.
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Going In Reverse

Going In Reverse

Some bad news from the state of Rhode Island, courtesy of The Boston Globe. One of the worst outcomes of this past election cycle was the replacement of outgoing Governor Donald Carcieri, who had been a stalwart supporter of state-federal cooperation on immigration enforcement, with hapless open borders panderer Lincoln Chafee.
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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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