Posts Tagged ‘ immigration ’

Protect Your Texas Border

Thanks to the good folks at ALIPAC, I was made aware of an invaluable website which documents the challenges faced by those on the front lines of this country’s border wars.
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Dissecting ‘Machete’ (Part II)

Dissecting ‘Machete’ (Part II)

As I noted in my previous post, one of the problems you face in analyzing “Machete” is the multi-pronged approach taken by its director. While obviously trying to exploit the intensified feelings surrounding the debate over what to do about illegal aliens that was engendered by the passage of SB 1070, Robert Rodriguez had...
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My Critique Of ‘Machete’ (Part I)

My Critique Of ‘Machete’ (Part I)

I should probably preface this post with the caveat that it does contain numerous “spoilers,” so if you wish to see this film untainted by the disclosure of any plot lines, characterization, thematic development or surprise twists, I suggest you depart before the jump. I myself am not a fan of spoiler alerts, and...
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1-800-DIAL-A-FRAUD

1-800-DIAL-A-FRAUD

We’ve covered the extensive problems our current immigration system faces in rooting out fraud in the past, as those of you who are regular readers of the site know. Well, now it seems that the federal government is finally beginning to pursue those unscrupulous attorneys who seek to exploit our immigration laws for personal...
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Utah’s Immigration “Solution”

Utah’s Immigration “Solution”

The Utah legislature has finally passed a raft of bills designed to serve as a compromise between those of us who support immigration enforcement, and those who want to thwart the will of the people and the clear intent of American immigration law.
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Rally Against Islamophilia

Rally Against Islamophilia

   Today I attended the counterprotest held by supporters of Representative Peter King’s investigation into Islamic radicalism. A rally that was held approximately three blocks away from an event staged by radical leftists and Islamic extremists opposed to the very notion of Rep. King’s proposed hearings.
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Changing Tides

Changing Tides

For someone who up until relatively recently had a rather anemic record in support of immigration enforcement, Orrin Hatch has proven himself to be a reliable voice in the United States for more robust immigration controls.
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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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