Posts Tagged ‘ INS ’

Sanctuary For Scoundrels

Longstanding immigration reform activist and career Customs official Michael Cutler, whose tireless efforts to defend American citizens our readers well acquainted with, will be appearing later this morning on a radio program which will examine the grave threats posed by our compromised political asylum system. You’ll find all the information necessary to listen to...
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The DC March For Jobs (Cutler’s Take)

The DC March For Jobs (Cutler’s Take)

Michael Cutler will be on the air later today to discuss his involvement with the successful DC March for Jobs which took place in Washington D.C. yesterday afternoon. The info you’ll need to tune in can be found below the fold.
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Crime & Incompetence

Crime & Incompetence

Some readers might remember Marinka Peschmann, an investigative journalist and writer whose work we’ve cited in past discussions of the Obama administration’s unconstitutional administrative amnesty. Although far from her sole focus, she has done some phenomenal work regarding the subject of immigration, particularly the criminal malfeasance and bureaucratic dysfunction that has eroded the core...
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Two Americans (A Postscript)

Two Americans (A Postscript)

One of the most frustrating aspects of the immigration monologue that’s unfolded over the past few years is the inability of one side-representing those who are committed to open borders and an uninterrupted stream of mass immigration-to acknowledge the legitimacy of the concerns expressed by their opponents, despite the fact that they constitute a...
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Revisionist History

Revisionist History

We’d like to wish our readers a blessed Easter, or a happy Passover-for those who are commemorating the Jews’ exodus from bondage in Egypt. Today also happens to be the birthday of Cesar Chavez, the founder of the United Fruit Workers and the force chiefly responsible for ending the notorious bracero program. It should...
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Importing Terror

Importing Terror

In addition to compounding the government’s fiscal insolvency and further marginalizing the most economically disadvantaged segments of American society, the newest amnesty proposal-should it be enacted-will create even more national security nightmares. Michael Cutler-himself responsible for safeguarding national security in his many decades working for the Immigration and Naturalization Service-explores some of the disastrous implications...
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Rerun

Rerun

One of the most frustrating aspects of the debate over illegal immigration is the inescapable sense that we’re watching the performance of an ever-recurring, yet interminable and tedious, play. The proponents of amnesty regurgitate a series of formulaic talking points that we’ve become inured to, beginning with the specious assertion that “we’re not going...
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Mr. Mayor

Mr. Mayor

As most you probably know, Edward I. Koch is no longer with us. After a protracted battle with pneumonia, among other ailments, the three term mayor of this city finally succumbed to the limitations of age. As well as being a career politician and often contrarian Democrat, Ed Koch was-as the photo above indicates-a decorated...
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Shadow Catcher

  National Public Radio is, almost without exception, a black hole when it comes to obtaining accurate, reliable information and analysis about immigration. Half of the on-air talent could be executed by members of MS-13, and the following day’s headline on NPR would probably be “Aggrieved Undocumented Migrants Exact Misdirected Revenge Against Jan Brewer.”...
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Mike Cutler Examines SB 1070

Our good friend Michael Cutler has a new venue in which to explore the multidimensional problems associated with unfettered immigration and our government’s inability to control our borders. As a contributor to And Magazine this month, he takes a look at the Supreme Court’s deliberations over the constitutionality of Arizona’s landmark 2010 immigration enforcement law, SB...
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