List/Grid Tag Archives: immigration

Settled law? Illegal alien deportations at lowest level since 1973

Settled law? Illegal alien deportations at lowest level since 1973

So much for the settled law theory. Since it has not been politically wise to change existing immigration laws during the last decade, the Executive Branch along with support from… Read more »

The “Life of Julia” – Her path to amnesty in the US

The “Life of Julia” – Her path to amnesty in the US

The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) has created a slide show similar to the Obama campaign’s presentation on how important his agenda was to Julia, a single mother if I… Read more »

Immigration Bill & Obamacare – Incentive to hire immigrants instead of citizens

Immigration Bill & Obamacare – Incentive to hire immigrants instead of citizens

I’ll be the first one to tell you I have had little or no time to review the current immigration “fix” legislation, but this does not sound good at all…. Read more »

Department of Justice reacts to Arizona immigration case

Department of Justice reacts to Arizona immigration case

As you know, yesterday the Department of Homeland Security reacted to the Supreme Court’s decision about the Arizona immigration law by basically telling its agents to stop cooperating with Arizona law enforcement…. Read more »

The blank with the Supreme Court

The blank with the Supreme Court

As you know, today, the Supreme Court, by unanimous agreement, found that a key provision of the Arizona immigration law was, indeed, constitutional.  The administration was not pleased.  This from the… Read more »

Supreme Court rules on Arizona immigration law

Supreme Court rules on Arizona immigration law

Today, the United States Supreme Court issued its opinion in Arizona v. United States.  By a vote of 8 -0, the Court found that the most controversial provision of the… Read more »

Illegal aliens: Boon or bust to the U.S.?

Illegal aliens: Boon or bust to the U.S.?

A recent link by a contributor to the blog was made to the far left site, American Progress, about the cost that enforcing immigration laws, i.e. detaining and deporting illegals,… Read more »

Another “landmark” case for the Supreme Court

Another “landmark” case for the Supreme Court

Today, the United States Supreme Court granted the petition filed by the state of Arizona to hear the case concerning the state’s immigration law passed in April, 2010. (See: page… Read more »

What We Believe Part 5, 6 & 7: Gun Rights, Immigration and American Exceptionalism

What We Believe Part 5, 6 & 7: Gun Rights, Immigration and American Exceptionalism

I’m way behind concerning news of the day since I’ve been busy with the real job and now away on holiday, but I’m going to try to post a bit… Read more »

The Larger Implications of the Global Economic Malaise…

The Larger Implications of the Global Economic Malaise…

… or, more succinctly, “Where have we seen *THIS* before? “The acrid immigration debate sparked this summer by former Bundesbank board member Thilo Sarrazin has apparently had an effect on… Read more »

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