Posts Tagged ‘ immigration ’

Numbers USA Is Live-Blogging The State of the Union

Follow Roy Beck’s astute observations here.
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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, as this news article describes.
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Rahmbo’s Latino Problem

Rahmbo’s Latino Problem

An interesting story in yesterday’s Christian Science Monitor looks at the electoral prospects of former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, who is looking to to succeed long-time Chicago mayor and political boss Richard Daley.
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Laboratories Of Innovation

Laboratories Of Innovation

The fight to implement immigration reform on a statewide basis in the wake of SB 1070′s passage continues apace, as this story about developments in the state of Indiana describes.
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Change of Course?

Change of Course?

In spite of previous media reports, it turns out that Rep. Steve King will not be appointed the chairman of the Immigration Subcomittee of the House Judiciary Committee. Instead, long-time immigration hawk Elton Gallegly will be given the chairmanship, a development King ascribes to Speaker John Boehner’s lack of leadership on this issue.
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Bilingual Nation

Bilingual Nation

 ‘ I just read a great blog post by a member of the Center for Immigration Studies, which was part of an e-mail update I receive regularly from the CIS.It deconstructs an absurd Nicholas Kristof column that suggests every parent teach their children to be fluent in Spanish.
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Recession Proof Immigration

Recession Proof Immigration

There’s a fantastic piece in the Washington Examiner today examining the priorities of the new chairman of the Judiciary Committee in the House of Representatives, Rep. Lamar Smith.
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All The News That’s Fit To Stint

All The News That’s Fit To Stint

Several weeks ago, there was a fantastic analysis by Numbers USA’s press watchdog on the common misperception floated by reporters, as well as mass immigration enthusiasts, that immigration to this country is simply a response to supply and demand economics.
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Two Californias

Two Californias

A fascinating essay by historian Victor Davis Hanson was published in National Review recently. As a native and permanent resident of California’s Central Valley, he’s seen the dramatic changes that have occurred with the removal of most barriers to emigration from Mexico and Central America.
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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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