Posts Tagged ‘ repatriation ’

Turning the Immigration Tide

Turning the Immigration Tide

It is a monumental shift. As reported by Fox News, more Mexicans are leaving the United States than entering.  Net migration of Mexicans, the number entering minus the number leaving, is zero, according to the Mexican government.
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News Roundup

I just thought I’d get you caught up on some news you might have missed in the past week, starting with our neighbor to the south. -An editorial in Investor’s Business Daily highlights the disturbing possibility that Los Zetas are attempting to disrupt the upcoming Mexican presidential election. -In a related story, the L.A....
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Is Citizenship A Birthright?

I’m glad you asked. Let’s see, shall we?     
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Policy Priorities

Policy Priorities

  I’ve been remiss in addressing this subject, but I think that the recent Supreme Court decision mandating the eventual release of thousands of prisoners currently incarcerated in California’s penal system is worth commenting upon for several reasons.
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Coming Home

Coming Home

One of the most frustrating aspects of being part of the immigration enforcement and reform movement is the inertia that seems to develop over the course of time. When looking at the sheer scale of the problem-over 20 million illegals in the country, with over half a million coming every single year-many of us...
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Exploitation?

Exploitation?

As many of you might remember, one of the issues that occupied a brief portion of the media cycle during 2008’s presidential election was the status of one of Barack Obama’s Kenyan relatives who happened to live in the United States. For better or worse, Aunt Zeituni has returned to the public spotlight.
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Deportees

Deportees

Michel Evanchik, the creator and publisher of this website, made an interesting proposal recently that would, if implemented successfully, address a small part of the current problem posed by the unauthorized presence of millions of foreign nationals within this country.
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Pay Illegals to Leave

Pay Illegals to Leave

Market-based solutions are the vogue in public policy. Throwing money around judiciously, exploiting people’s love of cash rewards has proved an effective measure in dealing with previously intractable problems. The problem of illegal immigration and especially the backlog of illegal aliens within US borders offers the opportunity for such a solution.
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