Posts Tagged ‘ immigration ’

Defying Common Sense

Defying Common Sense

One of the most troubling aspects of our federal government’s misguided immigration policy has little to do with illegal aliens. It involves the type of people that we allow into this country on a legal basis, and I can think of no more compelling argument for reassessing  our priorities in this regard than the case of Khalid Ali-M...
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Is Mexico Turning Over A New Leaf?

Is Mexico Turning Over A New Leaf?

That’s undoubtedly the gloss the mainstream media will try to use when reporting on an immigration bill recently passed by the Mexican Senate. However, like almost every piece of reportage relating in some way to immigration, it will be a gross mischaracterization of what actually took place earlier this week.
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The Rocker and the General

The Rocker and the General

Today I’d like to share with you a great blog entry posted to the Center for Immigration Studies website, written by David North. It deals with the protracted legal battle between the counsel to legendary rock musician John Lennon and the Immigration and Naturalization Service.
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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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Berks County Patriots Immigration Symposium

For those readers/activists who live in Pennsylvania, or for you intrepid patriots who are willing to make the three hour-long drive into the Keystone State, there will be a pivotal meeting this weekend dealing with the issues that we’ve explored on this site since late last year.
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Self Defense

Self Defense

It can be argued that, although besieged by illegal immigration from Mexico for decades, and beset with all of the predictable subsidiary problems that stem from that source, e.g. drug trafficking, prostitution, kidnapping, home invasions, as well as assorted drug-related crime, Arizona fired the first shot in the war between the states and the...
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Reform In The Bluegrass State

Reform In The Bluegrass State

The fire sparked by the people of Arizona when SB 1070 was enacted into law has spread all the way to the great state of Kentucky, whose legislature is now considering a bill that “would authorize law enforcement to arrest illegal immigrants on trespassing charges during “lawful contact” where there is “reasonable suspicion.”
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The Living Dead

The Living Dead

The bill that can’t seem to die an honorable death is once again being resurrected, thanks to the efforts of Lindsey Grahamnesty and Juan McCain. Mark Krikorian has the bad news.
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What The Census Tells Us

What The Census Tells Us

Last year’s decennial Census engendered debate among a large cross-section of Americans for a variety of reasons, from those who criticized the enumeration of illegal aliens, to those who decried what they saw as political manipulation by the current administration, to those who simply inveighed against what they perceived as the inefficiency, malfeasance and...
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Movie Recommendations (For Non-Football Fans)

Movie Recommendations (For Non-Football Fans)

For those of you who still want to watch something worthwhile this Super Bowl Sunday, I suggest you check out a fantastic, yet also somewhat obscure, film called Paraiso Travel.
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