Posts Tagged ‘ INS ’

Scaling The Ivory Tower

Scaling The Ivory Tower

In my previous post, I described two presentations by post-graduate students invited to (New) Debates On Belonging, a workshop by the CUNY Graduate Center-seen above-devoted to exploring original research into the subjects of illegal immigration and the lives of illegal aliens within the United States. There were three other presentations that day, beginning with...
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Immigration Issues in Academe

Immigration Issues in Academe

The image you see above is a flow chart describing the process by which the bodies of illegal aliens, or in the parlance of the presenter, “undocumented border crossers,” found in the United States are identified and returned to their families. Or, in the case of those whose identities can not be verified, disposed...
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Michael Cutler Speaks To Alana Burke

Immigration enforcement activist, writer, and former career INS supervisor/agent Michael Cutler will be on the Alana Burke Show today at 3:15 PM, Eastern Standard Time.
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Mike Cutler: Still Serving His Country

Mike Cutler: Still Serving His Country

One of the most forthright, resonant voices in the current immigration debate is that of former INS agent and Customs official Michael Cutler. A man with firsthand experience in thwarting attempted terrorist attacks and securing our nation’s borders, Mr. Cutler brings his wealth of experience in confronting threats to our nation to bear  against...
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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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All The News That’s Fit To Stint (Sins of Omission)

All The News That’s Fit To Stint (Sins of Omission)

The Center for Immigration Studies provides an extended excerpt  from William McGowan’s most recent, incisive analysis of the news media, Gray Lady Down, on its weblog this month.
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Back To Business

Back To Business

I just wanted to highlight some of the important news developments that have occurred over the course of the past month as the Senate debated the recently defeated DREAM Act.   First off, the Supreme Court-minus Justice Elana Kagan, who’s recused herself due to conflicts that might arise from her work as the Obama adminstration’s former Solicitor...
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In Memoriam

In Memoriam

  I’d be remiss if I didn’t use the platform I have here to extend my thoughts to the widows, widowers, bereaved children and other family members who lost loved ones nine years ago today in the most horrific attack on U.S. soil in this nation’s history.
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Naval Landing

Naval Landing

One of the neglected issues in the immigration discussion is the daunting task the government faces in protecting the coastline of the United States, a problem vividly illustrated by an incident that just occurred in San Clemente.
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