When my grandparents immigrated here in the early twentieth century, tax and social policies did just that. Back then, entitlements, welfare, subsidies, and other forms of transfer payments were about 3 percent of federal spending. Today, 50%
Senate negotiators have agreed with the White House for a first vote Monday in the Senate. The measure would give legal status to some 12 million undocumented aliens already in the United States — a stipulation that critics equate to granting amnesty
A pilot project to place a high-tech network of surveillance towers along a stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border has met boisterous opposition in this Arizona town, where some residents call it "Big Brother."
The face- and fingerprint-matching technology that has been touted over the past decade as a sophisticated new way to stop terrorists and illegal immigrants from entering the country through Mexico has one major drawback: U.S. border inspectors almos
For the past several days, news reports have been circulating throughout the mainstream media regarding the decision by several churches to provide "sanctuary" to illegal aliens.
What are we waiting for? How long can we keep allowing illegal immigration? Do we need another 20 million illegal aliens? Do we want them overrunning our country, schools, hospitals, prisons? No! Here's why!
Thinking in 20th century terms can kill America in the 21st century. We must face this new century with new thinking. We can't sustain another 100 million more people. Or, better yet, why should we? It's not working in China or India.
How much longer can we finanically drain our country before it collapses? How much damage can we sustain as our dollars vanish to other countries? When do we make a stand for our nation?
We need to deal with our greatest national crisis since the Civil War. Let's get down to brass tacks and sledge hammers! Let's stop illegal alien migration. Let's save our country from invasion.
Time to get serious on illegal alien migration. How about a bounty system? Captain McDonald of the Texas Rangers said, "No man in the wrong can stand up against a man in the right that keeps on a comin'."
Chandler High senior Maria Duenas is going to have a difficult time cracking higher education after her high school graduation May 30. She may be deported. "I've been here for 16 years, so it feels like something is being taken away," t
The attacks by the LAPD on peaceful demonstrators were planned out and even trained for weeks in advance. It's apparent by the formations and equipment the police used. Nothing improvised or spontaneous about it. (builds and builds and then...)
How far down the gopher hole do we want to inject our children as we add 100 million people into the USA by 2040? How much misery can a civilization stand? When is enough, enough?
Mexico has lost more people to migration to the United States than death since 2000, according to a government report released Thursday. Mexico's demographics agency found that an average of 577,000 people migrated to the U.S. each year betwee
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Can a country conquer another country without firing a shot? You bet! Just look at Mexico's invasion and colonization of America simple, illegal immigration. It will get worse as more Mexicans displace Americans out of America.
Fewer people are trying to sneak across the US-Mexico border. As a result, US border officials are nabbing fewer illegal immigrants – 30% fewer for the first quarter of this year compared with the same period a year ago. A slowing US economy, resulti
Officials from southern Texas criticized a federal plan to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border to stop illegal immigration, calling it a "wall of shame." They said the wall would hurt the economy and the environment and was an affront
"The events of yesterday, with all (the training) that we do, should not have occurred," [the police chief] said at a tense news conference. "We should not be engaged in attacks on the media." [But apparently Hispanics are fair ga
If we continue importing millions poor and illiterate immigrants from around the world, they cannot and will flow into the American way of life. We will manifest more and more violence and disruption in our society.
From high-heeled fashion models to high-skilled techies, foreign workers are waiting this month to hear whether they've won an unprecedented lottery for temporary U.S. work visas.
Speaking in Miami, he raises the immigration issue in a bid to regain some momentum on domestic policy.
During November 2001 I had the opportunity to spend time with a new found friend in Miami, Florida and pay a visit to the Gonzalez family home.
[They risk much to mow my lawn, clean my home.] Tightening security on the U.S.-Mexican border has sharply cut arrests of illegal immigrants but scores are still dying as they attempt the perilous crossing through deserts and raging rivers.
How many Americans understand the implications of giving an amnesty to 20 million illegal aliens? Do they realize that the current bill before Congress adds 100 million people to the USA in 33 years?
A stealth invasion continues into the United States 24 hours per day. Every community suffers more risk from this advancing onslaught. As it grows, it tears the American way of life out by the roots.
Last week, movie director of "A Christmas Story" died at the hands of a drunk driving illegal alien. Many other Americans died last week from mayhem perpetrated by illegal aliens. When will our president and Congress secure our borders as
Geraldo is furious at O'Reilly's insistence illegal immigrant legal status is issue in drunk driving death
98% of those arrested between Oct. 1, 2000, and Sept. 30, 2005, were never prosecuted for illegally entering the country. Those 5.2 million immigrants were simply escorted back across the Rio Grande and turned loose to slip into the US again.
Suspected gang members who are in the US illegally arrested for even minor offenses such as graffiti vandalism, and loitering could face quicker deportation under new policies unveiled by the top prosecutors.