Posts Tagged ‘ immigration ’

Samizdat Takes The Hudson

Samizdat Takes The Hudson

Because they dissemble, selectively omit, distort, and propagandize time and time, and time, again. Personally, I love this billboard, and have always agreed with our good friend William McGowan, re: lamentable tendencies among the mainstream press corps, especially regarding the issue of national sovereignty. However, I’m acutely aware that my political philosophy falls well outside the norm...
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Invisible Children

The problem of birth tourism is one usually associated with the United States, although as the above Sun TV segment points out, it plagues Canada as well. The fact that both North American nations practice jus soli invites fraud and abuse, as has been pointed out on this website repeatedly. No one has been...
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Immigrants in Bondage

Immigrants in Bondage

Numerous news outlets are reporting on the case of Annie George, a wealthy Indian immigrant who kept another Indian, known as “V.M.”, in virtual slavery in upstate New York, paying her the equivalent of eighty-seven cents an hour to work for her family over the past six years. The best reporting comes from the...
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Archeologists Study Modern Immigration

Archeologists Study Modern Immigration

Illegal immigration into the United States, particularly along our southern frontier with Mexico, is both blatant and mysterious.  We know that hordes  of people are coming over.  Some of them even get caught.  But due to the illegality of the enterprise, the mundane details of this migration remain shrouded in myster. Immigrants and smugglers...
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Hard Talk

Most of you are aware of the fantastic work being done by Ruthie Hendrycks, of the Ruthie Report. Recently she appeared on a public affairs program in her home state of Minnesota to present a logical, pro-enforcement, pro-American exposition of the immigration issue. Enjoy. Her remarks begin around the twelve minute mark. 
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Refugee Reform

The burdens imposed by refugees seeking political asylum-most of them taking advantage of fraudulent applications-is not  simply a dilemma for the United States, although refugee resettlement is an enormous problem facing this country. However, this is an issue of global scope, illustrated most vividly by the case of Abu Qatada, the late Osama Bin Laden’s...
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Honour Women on Valentine’s Day

The specter of honor killings by immigrants from Muslim nations continues to haunt North America, the recent convictions by a Canadian court for the murder of three daughters and the wife of a polygamous Afghan immigrant being just the most recent example of a horrific trend that is ubiquitous in other parts of the...
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The Endorsement Primary

The Endorsement Primary

The potential upside and possible drawbacks of a Rick Santorum nomination-even as that scenario recedes further into the distance-have been explored on this website several times since the beginning of what already seems like an interminable primary season. Formerly thought of as a politician with a relatively weak record on immigration issues-who previously supported both bracero...
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ALIPAC Anew

One of the most dedicated grassroots immigration enforcement and reform organizations in this country at the moment is Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee. Founded in 2004, right before President Bush’s first major attempt to railroad amnesty through the United States Congress, ALIPAC has been on the front lines of the immigration battle,...
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Manhattan Libertarianism

Manhattan Libertarianism

One of the problems with modern election campaigns is that the media tend to focus almost exclusively upon mainstream political candidates, which means men like Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. Fortunately, the advent of the World Wide Web has allowed those with limited media exposure to disseminate their message to a much broader audience....
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