To hear the Know-Nothings complain, you’d think that the US has a history of strict border control and that the federal government has only recently begun to lie down on the job. Nothing could be further from the truth.
From his perch in Guatemala, the country of origin of many of America's illegals, William Thomas, The Atlas Society's director of programs, parses the immigration problem, which has caused such passionate divisions in the United States.
"If the biometric national ID card provision of the draft bill becomes law, every worker in America would have to be fingerprinted and a new federal bureaucracy – one that could cost hundreds of billions of dollars...
The national ID program would be titled the Believe System, an acronym for Biometric Enrollment, Locally stored Information and Electronic Verification of Employment.
Call this a crash course in how federal agencies use the press to advance their own advocacy. A memo leaked from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency is has immigration reform activist groups up in arms, calling the government's
Since we suffer 20 million unemployed Americans, but we only create 95,000 new jobs each month, and we add 150,000 to 180,000 immigrants every 30 days throughout the year, how will we employ Americans? We won't.
One look at Europe illustrates the folly of multiculturalism for both sides of equation. Trying to mix cultures, tribes and religions proves as successful as mixing oil, water, gasoline and a lit match.
Civil liberties groups and even some die-hard supporters of the Democratic Party are raising the alarm over the Democrats' proposed immigration overhaul, which would see the creation of a national biometric ID card.
Is Arizona's new immigration law Constitutional? Article I, Section 8, Clause 4 of the Constitution empowers Congress to “establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization” – or, more simply stated, to make universal rules about giving foreign-born resid
The USA put a man on the moon, but can't do anything about foreigners who come here illegally? With the political class it's a matter of Where's there a will, there's a way.
Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) wants to deport the U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants. Hunter said, "it takes more than just walking across the border to become an American citizen - it's what's in our souls."
In late 2007, OK legislators enacted what was then the nation’s toughest anti-immigrant law. Months later, state Sen. Coates said, "You really have to work hard at it to destroy our state’s economy, but we found a way. We ran off the workforce."
“Invisible Victims: Migrants on the Move in Mexico” details the abuse faced by Central American migrants, who cross the southern border between Guatemala and Mexico, usually en route to the US. Each year, tens of thousands of migrants make the trip.
Bertroche said. "I can microchip my dog so I can find it. Why can’t I microchip an illegal? That’s not a popular thing to say, but it’s a lot cheaper than building a fence they can tunnel under.”
When an officer tells you to come inside and sit down, you come inside and sit down.... When an officer tells you to do something, you do it .... There is no "why" here. -- U.S. Border Guard to a befuddled Canadian citizen arbitrarily detained while
Gauleiters Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Lindsay Graham (R-SC) are leading the charge for a bill that would require all U.S. citizens to carry a biometric I.D. card. It's being promoted under the guise of preventing employers from hiring illegal immigrant
Don't be surprised if police in Arizona seem particularly friendly. Especially anyone in Arizona with dark skin, who speaks Spanish or maybe just has an accent, who wears work boots and stands on a corner. They may well be the special friends of cop
Arizona now becomes the U.S. cultural experiment for police state practices. While due process attempts to self-manage are scorned by the Obama Administration, it does not mean Washington will deliver a better standard by moral comparison.
I am very dissapointed with the absurd amount of racism now prevalent on this website. It would appear that Earnest Hancock is in fact a real racist since Donna Hancock said that measures were taken to prevent people from posting using ernestsRead Letter
Should the Libertarian Party of the United States "Challenge the Cult of the Omnipotent State"?
The president is concerned about the imaginary horrors of imaginary parents taking their children out for an imaginary ice cream holiday in Arizona. He might ask the very real parents who lost their 3-year-old in a very real tragedy involving an ille
Will make you sick to your stomach (video) http://video.godlikeproductions.com/video/Illegal_Alien_2001_in_2009?id=19ce97c7397825cc15f
The Dems and President Obama are beside themselves with Arizona's new immigration law. Arizona's legislation merely enforces the existing laws already on the books. If the feds are going to choose laws to ignore, how about starting with the tax law
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he is willing to bring up climate change legislation ahead of an immigration bill, a possible first step toward resolving a dispute with Senate Republicans that threatens to derail a bipartisan effort months in
An Ohio sheriff known for taking extreme steps to crack down on undocumented immigrants and a Republican state representative are urging the state to pass an immigration law similar to the controversial one in Arizona.
Attorney General Holder and Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano were critical of Arizona's new law on immigration and said they may challenge it. Napolitano said the new state law could siphon federal money and staff from hunting down dangerous im
Hour 1 - Howard Wooldridge from LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) Drugs and Immigration Wars / Hour 2 - Butler Shaffer is a law professor and author... Chaos = more freedom than the Gov't that currently abuses us now.
What is it that the folks supporting, basically, an illegal act that our ancestors, for the most part, had to deal with at some time are trying to accomplish? Why is it, in fact, that the support illegal immigration crowd are supporting this tidal
A majority of Phoenix City Council members said Monday they will not support a plan by Mayor Phil Gordon to file a lawsuit against the state seeking to block the toughest law in the nation targeting illegal immigration.
After 30 years of the U.S. Congress and four presidents failing to enforce our immigration laws-- Arizona, led by State Senator Russell Pearce and a brave band of lawmakers—passed SB 1070, the most diligent and forceful immigration law in the nation.