The federal government's war on immigrants would be comical if it weren't so tragic. At the same time that the feds are cracking down on illegal immigration nationwide, they're "quietly rewriting federal regulations to eliminate bar
A motion has been filed urging a judge to stop the forced sedation of deportees at an immigration detention center. Indonesian immigrant Raymond Soeoth says he was awaiting deportation when officers injected him with anti-psychotic drugs.
What "binational cooperation" in the "War on Drugs" has brought the US.
The motion, filed Tuesday in federal court, comes after an immigration official testified in the Senate last month that 50 immigrants over a seven-month period were forced to take psychotropic drugs. Many of them had no psychiatric diagnosis.
Eduardo Gonzalez, a petty officer second class with the US Navy, is about to be deployed overseas for a 3rd time. Making his deployment even tougher is the fact his wife and young son may not be around when he comes back. He also doesn't know wha
Our own Congress displaces millions of American citizens out of their jobs. Our own cab drivers can't keep jobs as they suffer displacement from people who make gobble-de-gook out of the English language. Our high tech workers suffer displaceme
Issues Discussed: Immigration, National ID Card, National Security State and the Race for POTUS, War in Iraq, Corruption in Washington
Giffords once again uses the pretext of illegal narcotics as an excuse for legitimizing interior Homeland Security checkpoints which interfere with the right to privacy and travel that every American (used to) enjoy.
Upcoming court decision could lead to detailed, binding program that will verify workers' employment status or levy penalties.
"As the agent was doing his search, he left the vehicle running and the keys in the ignition, so one of the lads, still wearing handcuffs, grabbed the steering wheel and they headed back to Mexico,"
Over 30 US mayors offer illegal aliens sanctuary that gets thousands of Americans killed, raped, slashed, run over and worse. Isn't it time to stop sanctuary policies for those who break our laws?
...well, if you are an illegal immigrant. Press #2 and the questioning process for a credit card leaves that part out.
States across the nation clamp down on illegal migrants with renewed vigor. Georgia, Oklahoma, Colorado and Arizona enacted severe laws that pursue illegals at every juncture. States rights prevail when citizens take action. Russell Pearce in Ariz
The Pima County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to oppose the U.S. Border Patrol's plan to set up a permanent checkpoint on Interstate 19. Critics told supervisors such a checkpoint would be worse than ineffectual in stopping illegal immig
(Must have to do with her name) Nalini Ghuman, an up-and-coming musicologist and expert on the British composer Edward Elgar, was stopped at the San Francisco airport in August last year and, without explanation, told she was no longer
An 8-year-old boy whose mother was deported to Mexico led a chanting crowd of about 150 pro-immigration activists through congressional offices Wednesday. Capitol police arrested two demonstrators for disorderly conduct.
These 'tailgate profilers', positioned close to the lane of oncoming traffic, evaluate the reaction of vehicle occupants. If anyone responds 'suspiciously', the profiler signals a patrol vehicle further down the road to pull the vehic
The poor beget more poor. Slums create more slums. Crime allowed creates more crime. Illegal aliens that can't find jobs can't pay for housing. What's the next best place to live? Illegals now follow Americans into their own graveya
Local 2544 border patrol union boss Edward "Bud" Tuffly uses his position as local union boss to rage against opponents of the proposed permanent I-19 checkpoint. Accusing opponents of lacking valid points, Tuffly fails to make any of his o
GLENN: Right. But isn't illegal immigration a crime in and of itself? GIULIANI: No. GLENN: Should it be? GIULIANI: Should it be? No, it shouldn't be because the government wouldn't be able to prosecute it. We couldn't prosecute 12
How much water could the Titanic take-on before it sank? How much population can the United States absorb before it sinks? Find out what we face as a civilization.
"Wherever there's a prohibitioin, there's a bootlegger" -- James Burnham, "Burnham's Laws," No.5 Indifferent to borders, the invaders swarmed over a rich and cherished land. Many of them were hungry and desperate, a
Desperate Iraqis here and in Jordan are slogging through a slow, grueling process of interviews and background checks, trying to get one of the thousands of slots the U.S. is giving out to Iraqis for permanent asylum. When the U.S. announced it w
Instead of resolving her arrest on the tickets within a few hours, Alicia Rodriguez spent 16 hours in custody and missed her children's first day of school. She was freed after an officer checked her birth certificate and Social Security number.
The Teamsters Union said it has been told by officials in the Transportation Department's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration that the first Mexican trucks will be coming across the border on Saturday.
How many more American children will be killed because of the Sanctuary City policy practiced three dozen U.S. cities? How many deaths from drunk illegal alien drivers are in store for American citizens? What happens when the "Newark Massacre*
Illegal immigrant and immigration rights activist Elvira Arellano is speaking out one day after U.S. immigration officials arrested and deported her. "I knew they would deport me. It happened so fast. They urgently needed to arrest me,"
Border Patrol agents dont have the responsibility of apprehending illegal immigrants, said Carlos X. Carrillo, chief patrol agent for the Laredo sector. "The Border Patrol is not equipped to stop illegal immigrants,” Carrillo said, noting that i
How many American deaths will it take for our president and Congress to get serious about securing our borders with Mexico? Why do we station 37,000 troops on the border of Korea, but none on the border of Mexico? Your family stands at risk as thou
An illegal immigrant who stayed in a Chicago church for a year to avoid separation from her 8-year-old son, a U.S. citizen, was arrested Sunday and being processed for deportation. Elvira Arellano, who arrived in Los Angeles on Saturday after leav