Posts Tagged ‘ immigration enforcement ’

Cooperation

Cooperation

Courtesy of Talking Points Memo, we have a story about the potential for finding common ground on immigration enforcement in the coming year.Although skeptical that President Obama, let alone his ostensible allies on Capitol Hill, will pivot away from a full-throated legalization push,
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The Consequences Of Open Borders

The Consequences Of Open Borders

I have to preface this post by admitting that I’m not the greatest admirer of Paul Mulshine, long-time columnist for the Newark Star-Ledger. However, he penned a Thanksgiving Day column that caught my eye because it addresses many of the same issues you’ve seen tackled on this site.
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Amnesty Returns

Amnesty Returns

In a continuation of a story this website first addressed earlier this summer, the Obama administration’s quest to enact a de facto amnesty seems to be gathering steam. The Houston Chronicle, which was the first news outlet to disclose a pattern of large numbers of immigration cases in the Houston court docket  being summarily...
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Blowback

It turns out that calling for a boycott of your own state in the midst of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression isn’t a boon to your political fortunes, as Congressman Raul Grijalva is discovering this election cycle.   To grasp the full stupidity of Grijalva’s decision to embargo his state you...
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Spin

Spin

One of the methods the open borders lobby utilizes in its never-ending campaign to demonize any attempt at immigration enforcement by the United States is selective omission. A perfect illustration of this strategy is a story published by Global Post  several days ago.
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Border Wars

Border Wars

One of the National Geographic Channel’s best new programs recently began its second season. The documentary-style program is called Border Wars and it chronicles the inherent struggle in policing the nearly 2,000 mile-long Mexican-American border from the perspective of the Border Patrol and Customs agents whose job it is to protect us.
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Welcome to American Rattlesnake

Today inaugurates an experiment that will hopefully mark a turning point in the debate over the intertwined issues of mass immigration and illegal aliens’ presence in our society, both subjects that have been largely ignored or obscured by the chattering class and open-borders elite which shape public opinion in this country. 
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Judicial Veto

I’ll delve more deeply into this ruling in the coming days, but for now let me summarize thusly: the citizens of Arizona don’t have a public interest in protecting their state from those who come there to knowingly violate their laws, i.e. criminals. Here’s a link to a brief description of Judge Bolton’s ruling,...
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Backtracking

Backtracking

One of the main problems with enforcing measures aimed at illegal aliens-and the individuals and businesses that enable them to flourish-is legal blowback. In this case, litigation by open-borders enthusiasts at the American Civil Liberties Union and ironically named Mexican American Legal Defence and Education Fund.
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Congress Working For You

Congress Working For You

I know, it’s shocking.
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