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  • Judicial Piracy and Plunder of America's Immigration Law

    03/20/2017 10:57:34 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 2 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 03/20/17 | Timothy Birdnow
    These courts should change the style of their robes; they can keep the black, but they should emblazon the Jolly Roger in a prominent place. They have become little more than pirates, after all. Timothy Birdnow image By Timothy Birdnow —— Bio and Archives March 20, 2017 0 Comments | Print Friendly | Subscribe | Email Us It has been rightly pointed out by a number of individuals that Federal law gives absolute authority to the President of the United States in matters of immigration and determinations of the national security implications of said immigration and travel. Despite this fact,...

    10/20/2016 5:12:29 PM PDT · by 198ml · 70 replies
    Conservative Review ^ | 10/20/16 | Daniel Horowitz
    Despite news percolating throughout the country about non-citizens registering to vote under loose Motor-Voter practices, the courts are refusing to allow states to verify citizenship as a condition for registering to vote. Yesterday, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a district court’s injunction against a Kansas law requiring those registering with federal Motor-Voter forms to show proof of citizenship. The original injunction forced the state to register 20,000 individuals who failed to show proof of citizenship. Now, that number could rise to 50,000.

    Today I discovered that the reason I could not find a section of the Nationalization Statues is because the section had been scrubbed. This is not an accident. The section removed had confirmed that the interpretation of the State Department based on the Constitution and relevant case law was that Naturalization did not convey natural born status for Constitutional purposes. The Foreign Affairs Manual (FAM) and associated Handbooks (FAHs) are a single, comprehensive, and authoritative source for the Department's organization structures, policies, and procedures that govern the operations of the State Department, the Foreign Service and, when applicable, other federal...
  • America's Descent Into Lawlessness

    09/10/2015 4:04:51 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 20 replies ^ | September 9, 2015 | Victor Davis Hanson
    Do you remember Lewis "Scooter" Libby? In 2003, the Department of Justice appointed a special counsel to investigate allegations that Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, unlawfully disclosed the covert status of CIA operative Valerie Plame. Yet Plame may not have been a covert undercover agent, based on the formal government definition of that role. And even if she were, it was widely known at the time that Secretary of State Colin Powell's subordinate, Richard Armitage, had most likely disclosed her status earlier. In other words, Libby was in an Orwellian position of being accused of a crime...
  • Kim Davis’s gay marriage issue is legally different than sanctuary city refusal of fed immigration

    09/05/2015 6:54:04 PM PDT · by NoLibZone · 38 replies ^ | Sept 2 ,2015 | Jonathan H. Adler
    Full Title: Why Kim Davis’s refusal to issue same-sex marriage licenses is legally different from a ‘sanctuary city’s’ refusal to cooperate with federal immigration law Many commentators have sought to draw an equivalence between Rowan County, Kentucky clerk Kim Davis’s refusal to issue same-sex marriage licenses, in defiance of a federal court order, and the decision of so-called “sanctuary cities” to refuse to enforce federal immigration laws. Yet as a legal matter, the questions presented by the two scenarios are quite distinct. Put directly, Kim Davis is acting in defiance of applicable federal law; sanctuary cities are not — and...
  • Matthews: No one enforces immigration law because they want cheap labor - and votes for Dems

    07/08/2015 12:34:38 PM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 6 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 07/08/15 | Robert Laurie
    Matthews: No one enforces immigration law because they want cheap labor - and votes for Dems Obviously, we’re used to a steady stream of crazy coming from the fine folks at MSNBC. Chiefest among the network’s primetime calamities is Chris Matthews, whose career is basically one, long, barely-coherent rant. Every now and then, though, it feels like one of his handlers stuffs his meds into a wad of peanut butter and Chris comes through with something approaching an actual truth. HTML5 video is not supported! Special: New Probiotic Fat Burner Takes GNC by Storm This, it seems, is one of...
  • Did you know Obama just took new executive action on immigration?

    03/25/2015 4:11:32 PM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 24 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | 03/25/2015 | Byron York
    President Barack Obama speaks on the fifth anniversary of his healthcare law, Wednesday, March... This week President Obama took unilateral executive action — again — to change the nation's immigration laws. Almost no one noticed.Obama intends to make it easier to bring more foreign guest workers to the United States — likely at significant cost to workers already here — by loosening the rules governing something known as the L-1B visa program. Under the program, a multinational company with offices in the United States can move workers from abroad to live and work in the U.S. for as long...
  • Who’s ready for even more unilateral action on immigration from Obama? Because it just happened…

    03/26/2015 6:07:33 AM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 8 replies ^ | 03/26/2015 | Twitchy Staff
    "By 'reform,' Obama means more L-1B visas, more easily obtained." That's what it always means. --Mark Krikorian President Obama just took unilateral executive action--again--to change immigration laws. Almost no one noticed. --Byron York
  • Indiscretion: Obama Admits Personally Changing the Immigration Law

    02/18/2015 6:59:48 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 21 replies
    Cybercast News Service ^ | February 17, 2015 - 11:18 PM | Terence P. Jeffrey
    If federal law enforcement officers apprehended a person who had been using a false Social Security Number, a federal prosecutor with a heavy caseload dominated by more serious crimes might decide not to indict the person. Whatever its merits, that would be an act of prosecutorial discretion. But what if the prosecutor were to tell this user of a false Social Security Number: It is okay for you to continue using that false Social Security Number tomorrow. In fact, you may do so with impunity for the next three years. Would that be an act of prosecutorial discretion? Or would...
  • Sen. Sessions Releases Lengthy Timeline Of Obama Administration’s Dismantling Of Immigration Law

    02/17/2015 7:27:49 AM PST · by lbryce · 8 replies
    Breibart ^ | February 16, 2015 | Caroline May
    As Republicans work to overcome a Democratic filibuster of a House-passed Department of Homeland Security bill that blocks President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) is highlighting the Obama administration’s long history of dismantling immigration laws. In a lengthy timeline released Monday, Sessions — the chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest — lists every instance of the Obama administration ignoring, rewriting, delaying and breaking the nation’s immigration laws. The timeline begins in January 2009 with the administration ending worksite enforcement actions and, 50 pages later, ends on February 13, 2015 with the House Judiciary...
  • White House looks at executive actions on immigration reform

    07/14/2014 1:39:11 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 20 replies
    The Hill ^ | July 14, 2014 | Justin Sink
    White House attorneys are examining whether the president can use executive action to “level the playing field” on immigration for business owners, press secretary Josh Earnest said Monday. Earnest provided few details about what kind of action the president might take, but the comments offered the first insight into what type of authorities the administration was reviewing following the president's announcement he would look to act unilaterally after comprehensive immigration reform legislation died in the House. “The question is whether or not there are additional steps that you can take to level the playing field for businesses,” Earnest told reporters....
  • STEM Visas Should Be No-Brainer In Immigration Debate

    08/20/2013 5:24:33 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 26 replies ^ | August 20, 2013 | Eric Telford
    Although the conversation on immigration reform tends to unfold in terms of border security, enforcement of laws, and pathways to citizenship – there is one critical aspect this debate that has failed to break through all of the other noise. Immigration reform could help the economy grow--if done the right way. Instead of getting bogged down in negotiations about amnesty and its various forms, conservatives should drive the conversation toward STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and H1-B visas. These visas can help bring the world’s best and brightest to America--the kind of people who will start businesses, buy...
  • Judge Permanently Bars Provisions of Indiana Immigration Law [AG Will Not Appeal]

    03/30/2013 11:15:06 AM PDT · by Steelfish · 12 replies
    LATimes ^ | March 30, 2013 | Paloma Esquivel
    <p>By Paloma Esquivel March 30, 2013 Two major parts of an Indiana law aimed at cracking down on illegal immigration have been permanently barred from taking effect by a federal judge.</p> <p>The law, approved in 2011, was part of a wave of state crackdowns on unauthorized immigration inspired by Arizona’s SB 1070.</p>
  • ICE Scraps 287(g) Program That Allowed Local Police to Enforce Immigration Law

    12/26/2012 9:13:03 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 20 replies
    Cybercast News Service ^ | December 26, 2012 | Susan Jones
    Amid Hispanic calls for immigration leniency, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency is scrapping a program that allowed specially trained state and local law enforcement officers to enforce federal immigration law. On Dec. 21, the Friday before Christmas, ICE announced that it has decided “not to renew any of its agreements with state and local law enforcement agencies that operate task forces under the 287(g) program.” ICE said it has concluded that “other enforcement programs, including Secure Communities, are a more efficient use of resources for focusing on priority cases.” …
  • Supreme Court UPHOLDS Key AZ Immigration Law - Good for Texas Voter ID Law Supreme Court Case!

    06/25/2012 10:17:46 AM PDT · by davidbellow · 5 replies
    Texas Conservative Republican News ^ | 6/25/2012 | David Bellow
    The United States Supreme Court struck down some parts of the Arizona Immigration Law, but the Supreme Court UPHELD a key provision (and very controversial part) of the AZ Immigration Law. According to the Washington Post, The Supreme Court has upheld the provision in the AZ law requiring police to check the status of someone they suspect is not in the United States legally. Anyone in AZ must now "Show Me Your Papers" when asked by AZ law enforcement. I believe that this ruling gives us a glimpse of how the Supreme Court will rule when they hear the Voter...
  • OBAMA THE JOB ROBBER: Quietly Extending H-1B Visas of Foreign Workers, leaving US Engineers Jobless

    03/26/2012 8:58:43 AM PDT · by geraldmcg · 21 replies · 7+ views ^ | 03/26/2012 |
    At a time of high unemployment and with a struggling economy, why on earth would Obama go out of his way to push to extend the H-1B Visas of foreign workers while millions of American engineers are without jobs? That is the question being asked by Eagle Forum founder Phyllis Schlafly...
  • Judge Strikes Key Provisions of South Carolina Immigration Law

    12/22/2011 11:42:55 AM PST · by ColdOne · 80 replies ^ | 12./22/11 | AP
    A federal judge on Thursday blocked three key provisions of South Carolina's controversial law cracking down on illegal immigration. U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel granted the federal government's request for an injunction against the law that's set to take effect Jan. 1. The ruling applies to portions that require law officers to check the status of anyone they stop for something else and suspect is in the country illegally. Gergel also halted the implementation of sections pertaining to the transportation of illegal immigrants and immigrant registration cards. Gergel has denied the state's request that he suspend all court hearings
  • US judge hears arguments on Ga. immigration law

    06/20/2011 11:25:25 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 2 replies ^ | June 20, 2011 | AP News
    A federal judge on Monday heard arguments on a request by civil liberties groups to block Georgia's law cracking down on illegal immigration from taking effect until a legal challenge is resolved, but said he would not make an immediate ruling. The groups have filed a lawsuit asking a judge to find the law unconstitutional and to prevent its enforcement and also filed a request that the judge block the law from taking effect until that lawsuit is resolved. U.S. District Judge Thomas Thrash heard arguments from lawyers for the groups and from a lawyer for the state who said...
  • Alabama's Tough New Immigration Law Can Withstand Legal Challenges, Experts Say

    06/11/2011 2:44:41 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 50 replies
    Fox News ^ | June 11, 2011
    Alabama's new law cracking down on illegal immigrants will likely survive legal challenges from advocacy groups that say it is unconstitutional and racist, analysts told Fox News. The law, which takes effect Sept. 1, empowers police to arrest people suspected of being an illegal immigrant if they are stopped for another reason and requires businesses and schools to verify whether workers and students are in the country lawfully. It also makes it a crime to knowingly transport or shelter illegal immigrants. As soon as Republican Gov. Robert Bentley signed the bill into law Thursday, the ACLU and Southern Poverty Law...
  • Tucson Arizona Businesses Hiring Illegal Immigrants Ruling

    05/26/2011 9:29:03 AM PDT · by usalady · 5 replies
    AllVoices ^ | May 26, 2011 | Martha
    On May 26, 2011 the Supreme Court of the United States sustained the law that penalizes businesses for hiring illegal immigrants. In a ruling that will affect Tucson as well as the State of Arizona, the Court rejected the arguments that states have no role in immigration matters.
  • Appeals court upholds Justice challenge on Ariz. immigration law

    04/11/2011 11:12:18 AM PDT · by ColdOne · 15 replies
    WaPo ^ | April 11, 2011 | Jerry Markon
    A federal appeals court on Monday upheld a lower court decision that blocked the most contested provisions of Arizona’s immigration law from taking effect. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled that a federal judge did not abuse her discretion in blocking provisions of the law that would, among other things, require police to check immigration status if they stop someone while enforcing other laws. The decision is a victory for the Obama administration,
  • Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction Against Arizona Immigration Statute

    07/29/2010 7:06:31 AM PDT · by DanMiller · 11 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | July 29, 2010 | Dan Miller
    King Solomon, who offered to cut a baby in half to resolve a dispute between two women over its custody, might be proud of U.S. District Judge Bolton's ruling on Wednesday, but I rather doubt it. The doctrine of federal preemption, like overly expansive interpretations of the Commerce Clause under the reign of Good President Roosevelt II, has been taken too far. Judge Susan Bolton’s decision on Wednesday is just one more step along the path to total federal dominance over all aspects of life in the United States. Rather than issue a preliminary injunction to prevent the Arizona immigration...
  • Arizona’s Immigration Law’s Ruling and the Spirit of Lawlessness in America

    07/28/2010 2:47:06 PM PDT · by The Ignorant Fisherman · 14 replies
    The Ignorant Fishermen Blog ^ | 7/28/10 | DJP I.F.
    In light of today’s ruling on Arizona’s new immigration law SB 1070, is it a surprise to anyone how the matter was decided? Come on now… Why would the Obama “leftist” administration risk taking their lawless agenda to the courts without knowing what the final out come would be? What helps their lawless agenda is that one of the Left’s own lawless minions, Judge Susan Bolton was there to bring about the administrations desires pertaining to this ruling. The continual demonization of Arizona’s Immigration Law, people and governor has been an on going rant in the Left’s media’s cycle for...
  • Behind US v Arizona: pure politics

    07/12/2010 3:17:20 AM PDT · by Scanian · 7 replies
    NY Post ^ | July 12, 2010 | Kris W. Kobach
    The Obama administration's lawsuit against the state of Arizona offers a revealing window into the Holder Justice Department. And the picture isn't pretty. Consider what we learned when Secretary of State Hillary Clinton first let the cat out of the bag and told us about it during an interview in Ecuador. Clinton showed who was sitting in the driver's seat when it came to the Justice Department's decision: "President Obama has spoken out against the law because he thinks that the federal government should be determining immigration policy. And the Justice Department, under his direction, will be bringing a lawsuit...
  • The hypocrisy of 'US v. Arizona'

    07/07/2010 3:17:08 AM PDT · by Scanian · 21 replies · 1+ views
    NY Post ^ | July 7, 2010 | Rich Lowry
    THE legal case against the Ari zona immigration law is unassailable. The Justice Department and the American Civil Liberties Union argue that the law impermissibly "conflicts with federal law and enforcement priorities," in the words of the ACLU suit. And who can disagree? Clearly, Arizona's priority is to enforce the nation's immigration laws; the federal government's priority is to ignore them as much as possible. Case closed. President Obama last week warned ominously of a "patchwork" of immigration laws arising as "states and localities go their own ways." Sanctuary cities acting in open defiance of immigration laws have never notably...
  • Justice Department Sues Arizona for Immigration Law -- But Does Not Make Charges of "Discrimination"

    07/06/2010 4:24:39 PM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 119 replies · 3+ views
    ABC News ^ | July 6, 2010 | Jake Tapper
    As widely anticipated, Attorney General Eric Holder today filed a lawsuit against Arizona and Gov. Jan Brewer over the state’s immigration law. The suit seeks a preliminary injunction to stop the law from being implemented. The court filing states that Arizona law is pre-empted by federal law and therefore violates the supremacy clause of the U.S. Constitution.The filing makes no assertion that the law is discriminatory or risks being applied in a discriminatory fashion, as the president and other officials said they feared would be the case. Interestingly, this suit makes no civil rights charges against the Arizona law.You can...
  • Cardinals Baseball Manager Endorses Arizona Immigration Law

    06/30/2010 1:26:57 PM PDT · by Brittany Pounders · 28 replies ^ | June 30, 2010 | Brittany Pounders
    St Louis Cardinal’s manager, Tony LaRussa, gave his response to a question concerning the Tea Party attending the baseball game and what he thought about that (in an obvious attempt by the part of the journalist to drum up a negative comment about the Tea Party). He was nonchalant in his answer. He basically shrugged his shoulders and said this is America, we can all agree and disagree and there is a lot to that that I agree with. And then in a pleasant and surprising turn he switched the subject to the Arizona immigration law and his answer delighted...
  • VIDEO: Democrat County Supervisor Doesn’t Know Arizona Borders Mexico But Supports Boycott

    06/25/2010 7:24:37 AM PDT · by · 31 replies · 1+ views
    Eyeblast TV ^ | 7/25/2010 | Joe Schoffstall
    Democrat County Supervisor Peggy West of the Milwaukee County Board vocally showcased her opposition to the Arizona immigration law and support of a boycott on the state. Her reason for supporting such a measure is simple; if Arizona were a state like Texas, “a state that directly shares a border” with Mexico, she would then think twice about it. According to her, that’s not the case. Arizona is state “removed from the border.” “If this was Texas, which is a state that directly on the border with Mexico, and they were calling for a measure like this, saying they have...
  • Does Arizona Immigration Law imply fight with democrats and President Obama?

    05/28/2010 1:04:31 PM PDT · by Jack_Carry2003 · 5 replies · 215+ views ^ | May 28, 2010 | Jack_Carry2003
    People can't stop discussing the controversial Arizona Immigration Law. America has not been used to the reactionary politics applied by Jan Brewer. But maybe it's high time to stop the constant abuse of American hospitality? The American society is splitted into two parts...and evidences of both hold water. People expect Obama to react. The President sends troops to guard Arizona borders however will it change Arizona firm stance? Or Arizona Immigration Law is a pure fight against acting President and Democrats rather than with the illegals?
  • Arizona law inspires Maryland to demand same

    05/21/2010 6:55:54 AM PDT · by Hanen2010 · 17 replies · 573+ views ^ | James Simpson
    Maryland's intrepid state Delegate Pat McDonough has announced a plan to deal with illegal immigration in Maryland similar to the law recently passed in Arizona. He will introduce this bill in the next legislative session. Maryland's Montgomery County Gazette issued a predictably critical assessment of the plan, saying McDonough, "never let political reality stand in the way of his crusades," and declared his proposal dead on arrival before it has even been introduced. The Gazette response, typical of leftist news media everywhere, displays in microcosm the arrogant myopia that is driving newsrags out of business across this nation. Who in...
  • Immigration Reform? Let's Try Mexico's Immigration Law!

    05/18/2010 3:47:54 AM PDT · by Bad~Rodeo · 16 replies · 999+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | February 27, 2007 | By John Lillpop
    Mexico Immigration Law The article that follows by Dr. J. Michael Waller should be an eye opener to liberals who believe in open borders and loose immigration enforcement. Mind you, this is the law of the land in Mexico, the third-world nation that has encouraged millions of its citizens to invade America. It is also the same country that threatened to take the U.S. to the UN for building a fence on American soil! Let's Try It Here at Home By J. Michael Waller, Citizens for a Constitutional Republic Mexico has a radical idea for a rational immigration policy that...
  • Immigration idiocy a boon to Jihadis

    05/15/2010 3:07:45 AM PDT · by Scanian · 3 replies · 297+ views
    NY Post ^ | May 15, 2010 | Michelle Malkin
    The FBI's arrests of two Boston-area men tied to the Times Square bombing attempt -- both held on immigration violations -- underscore continuing homeland-security lapses. FBI and Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents say two men of Pakistani descent, who may have provided cash to Times Square bomb plotter Faisal Shahzad, were taken into custody in raids on Thursday. One was here on an expired visa. The other was on the loose while an immigration court adjudicated his deportation-and-removal order. He'd reportedly been ordered deported in 2002, yet managed to embed himself in American society for more than seven years. But...
  • Committing National Suicide

    05/06/2010 7:23:33 PM PDT · by The Conservative Camp · 37 replies · 1,095+ views
    The Conservative Camp ^ | May 6, 2010 | Robert Ditmar
    When 70% of Arizona voters passed the new state law to curb illegal, undocumented immigrants, a firestorm was launched by the usual suspects from radical American liberals across the “progressive” political spectrum and in the liberal mainstream media (MSM). Since the SB1070 immigration bill was signed into law by Gov. Jan Brewer, shrill accusations of Arizona becoming a Nazi police state have run rampant in all the left-wing circles, who have gone so far as to orchestrate a national and international boycott against all things Arizonan. And this time, they have enlisted “armies” of Hispanic special interest groups and illegal...
  • Right-wingers finally get something they want

    05/06/2010 6:17:29 PM PDT · by stimulusmyass · 6 replies · 320+ views
    Who would have guessed illegal immigrants are opposed to a law that would allow state law enforcement to deport illegal immigrants? I sure would not have. But now right-wing nut jobs (called “sane people” in some circles) have what they’ve always wanted. Liberals are finally taking a look at the constitution. Yes, thousands (if not hundreds of thousands) of illegals in Arizona have suddenly become constitutionalists. They argue that the state is out of its jurisdiction to use its power against illegal immigrants, which are still members of foreign states. The lame stream media is quick to jump on board...
  • Taylor: Sports commissioners should vow boycott if unjust Arizona law takes effect

    05/03/2010 8:20:24 PM PDT · by Bad~Rodeo · 34 replies · 960+ views
    dallasnews ^ | 08:29 PM CDT on Monday, May 3, 2010 | Jean-Jacques Taylor
    This is not the time for silence. It's time for our various sports commissioners to speak. Loudly and clearly. That means NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell should make his opinion known. So should MLB Commissioner Bud Selig. The same goes for the heads of the NBA, the NHL and any other sports league that does business in Arizona. Their collective message to Arizona should leave no room for interpretation: If Senate Bill 1070, which requires police to question people about their immigration status and demand to see their documents if they suspect the person is in the U.S. illegally, goes into...
  • Top 10 dumbest things said about the Arizona immigration law

    05/01/2010 7:09:11 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 49 replies · 1,714+ views
    Washington Examiner ^ | May 1, 2010 | Byron York
    The last few days have seen an extraordinary outburst of criticism of Arizona’s new immigration law.  In the nation’s elite media outlets, its most respected commentators are portraying the law as an act of police-state repression.  Many, if not all, of the specific criticisms can be refuted simply by reading the law itself, but others are more generalized criticisms of immigration enforcement.  In any event, it’s hard to choose the most over-the-top and wrongheaded commentary on the law, but here are ten choices, in no particular order.  (If you don’t know why a particular statement is wrong, you can check...
  • Arizona immigration law will be arbitrated in court, so shut up!

    05/01/2010 6:15:05 AM PDT · by Big Bureaucracy · 7 replies · 306+ views
    Big Bureaucracy ^ | May 1st, 2010 | Ellie Velinska
    President Calderon doesn’t like the new Arizona law. Let me remind him that the USA is not Mexico. Drug cartels are not deciding the court cases and are not running the country. The drug kings are not calling the judges: Ola, take care of the matter. The US legal system will weigh on the legislature fairly and President Calderon should patiently mind his own business while the procedures in the courts take place. May be Calderon thinks he doesn’t have enough problems in his own country so he decided that fixing ours is a Mexican priority. We don’t think...
  • ENOUGH ALREADY(ADL miffed by abuse of Nazi metaphor)

    05/01/2010 3:57:44 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 14 replies · 573+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 04/29/10 | Jennifer Harper
    ENOUGH ALREADY The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has come to the defense, more or less, of Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, who signed off on tougher immigration laws and sparked a flood of public criticism from elected officials, editorial cartoonists and extremists who likened Arizona to a Nazi police state — and its governor to Hitler. "We are seeing these offensive and inappropriate Nazi and Holocaust comparisons come to the fore in the public debate once again. We saw it in the health care debate, and now we are seeing it with Arizona," says ADL director Abraham H. Foxman. "Comparisons to the...
  • Immigration Law Brings Call To Boycott Arizona [RNC Told Don't Choose Phoenix For 2012 Convention]

    04/30/2010 6:25:05 PM PDT · by Steelfish · 41 replies · 1,086+ views
    APReport ^ | April 30, 2010 | BOB CHRISTIE
    Immigration Law Brings Call To Boycott Arizona Outcry has grown since governor signed tough immigration crackdown BOB CHRISTIE PHOENIX - Civil rights leaders are urging organizations to cancel their conventions in Arizona. Baseball's Arizona Diamondbacks are encountering protesters on the road. And the AriZona iced tea company wants everyone to know that its drinks are made in New York. Arizona is facing a backlash over its new law cracking down on illegal immigrants, with opponents pushing for a tourism boycott like the one that was used to punish the state 20 years ago over its refusal to honor the Rev....
  • Opinion polls show broad support for tough Arizona immigration law

    04/30/2010 6:22:34 PM PDT · by george76 · 8 replies · 641+ views
    Christian Science Monitor ^ | April 30, 2010 | Daniel B. Wood,
    Public opinion polls released this week found overwhelming support for measures like Arizona's immigration law. .. Angus Global Monitor poll found 71 percent of respondents in favor of requiring state and local police to determine a person's residency status if there is "reasonable suspicion" that the person is an illegal immigrant, as well as arresting people who are unable to provide documentation to prove they are in the US legally. A Zogby Interactive poll of 2,108 adults conducted from April 16-19 found broad support for major immigration reform and immigration regulations that are more restrictive. “79 percent do not agree...
  • Caption this protest against Arizona's SB1070 law, in Minneapolis (liberal barf alert)

    04/27/2010 5:02:19 AM PDT · by reaganrevolutionin2010 · 40 replies · 1,413+ views
    Flickr Photos ^ | 4/26/10 | FibonacciBlue
  • Liberals Prematurely Jumped Out Of Their Skin Concerning AZ Immigration Law

    04/26/2010 4:23:57 PM PDT · by Biggirl · 26 replies · 1,023+ views ^ | April 26, 2010 | Steve McGough
    Read the legislation. That’s all I ask you to do. President Obama and many others seem perfectly fine with letting illegal aliens rewrite the rules while encouraging law enforcement, cities and states to stick their collective heads in the sand. When Arizona citizens want something done – they’re racists. So for those of you who are willing to do some research, why not read Arizona’s SB 1070 that was signed into law? If you’d like to simply review a state Senate summary document, you can click here.
  • Sharpton vows to protest Arizona immigration bill

    04/25/2010 4:51:00 PM PDT · by thecodont · 28 replies · 759+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle / ^ | Sunday, April 25, 2010 | Associated Press
    (04-25) 12:00 PDT New York (AP) -- The Rev. Al Sharpton says he's ready to travel to Arizona and march in the streets to protest the state's new immigration law. Read more:
  • Palin on Greta to discuss David Kernell Trial

    04/25/2010 11:33:23 AM PDT · by Patriot1259 · 2 replies · 392+ views ^ | 04/25/2010 | Stacy Drake
    Governor Palin appeared Friday night “On The Record with Greta Van Susteren.” She discussed testifying in the David Kernell email hacking trial. She also spoke briefly about the new illegal immigration law passed in Arizona and threw in a little ‘Federalism 101' lesson for viewers at home.
  • Department of Homeland Security Refuses to Enforce Immigration Law

    10/30/2009 8:31:57 AM PDT · by Shellybenoit · 5 replies · 365+ views
    CNSNEWS/the lid ^ | 10/30/09 | The Lid
    Through his DHS secretary, President Obama continues to make life in the United States more dangerous. Janet Napolitanto is doing everything she can to stop the enforcement of immigration law in the US. She has said that she will only concentrate on "criminal aliens" when enforcing federal immigration law. But wait if they came into the US illegally aren't they ALL "criminal aliens?" She is also directing DHS to gag local law enforcement agencies around the country to protect the privacy of illegal aliens... “Any information regarding individuals encountered through the enforcement of federal law is ultimately protected,” Nantel said....
  • (OK) HB1804 in effect(state illegal immigration law)

    11/01/2007 8:07:53 AM PDT · by JustaCowgirl · 37 replies · 313+ views
    Tulsa World ^ | 11/01/2007 | David Harper
    A federal judge denied a request Wednesday to delay HB 1804 from taking effect, clearing the way for enforcement of the state's new illegal-immigration law to begin Thursday. A child looks out over a crowd of nearly 1,000 people who attended a Wednesday night Mass at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. The service was held in support of immigrants; the church has Tulsa’s largest Hispanic congregation. U.S. District Judge James Payne issued a written order at 6:04 p.m. Wednesday that said the plaintiffs did not introduce any evidence to support their motion for a preliminary injunction. The law's chief author,...
  • A uniquely American DREAM (Is A Minor Immigration Change Possible?)

    09/19/2007 5:06:11 AM PDT · by shrinkermd · 32 replies · 575+ views
    LA Times ^ | 19 September 2007 | Douglas McGray
    ...At UCLA, I've met undocumented students who were brought to the United States as infants, and others who arrived so long ago that English is the only language they speak without an accent. It makes no sense to deport these kids now -- and realistically, we won't, not more than a handful. It makes just as little sense to keep them here in illegal, unskilled jobs. A bill called the DREAM Act recognizes that fact. Proposed by Utah Republican Sen. Orrin G. Hatch and sponsored by broad, bipartisan coalitions in the House and Senate (including five presidential candidates), the DREAM...
  • Illegal Immigrant Movement, Teaching Their Children Lawlessness

    05/01/2007 6:28:09 AM PDT · by Phil Magnan · 6 replies · 425+ views
    Christian Newswire ^ | 05/01/07 | Phil Magnan
    Illegal Immigrant Movement, Teaching Their Children Lawlessness Contact: Phil Magnan, director of Biblical Family Advocates, 36-1-246-2587 BUDAPEST, Hungary, May 1 /Christian Newswire/ -- Biblical Family Advocates has been observing the illegal immigration movement that is bent on coming to America illegally without regard for the laws of America. They are asserting that "no human is illegal." But Biblical Family Advocates is concerned with this line of reasoning. Many well intentioned people seem to have forgotten to teach their children to obey the laws of the land as well as submitting to the governing authorities. "It seems apparent to me that...
  • Companies Hiring Illegal Immigrants Hit With “Unfair Competition” Lawsuits

    08/23/2006 10:05:11 AM PDT · by theothercheek · 9 replies · 290+ views
    The Stiletto ^ | August 22, 2006 | The Stiletto
    Companies being underbid by, and losing business to, competitors that employ illegal immigrant workers are fighting back using federal anti-racketeering laws and/or state unfair competition laws, reports The Associated Press. The idea is to level the playing field by creating an economic disincentive to hiring illegal aliens at below-market wages. ... In the first suit based on California’s unfair-competition laws, Global Horizons, a temporary employment agency that supplied farm workers sued a grower, Munger Brothers, and two competing employment firms, Ayala Agricultural Services and J&A Contractors. The suit claims that Munger Brothers broke a contract with Global Horizons to provide...
  • Immigration measure advances

    04/25/2006 7:02:42 AM PDT · by kerryusama04 · 8 replies · 353+ views
    KC Star via ^ | 4/25/2006 | KC Star
    JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri senators voted Monday to step up state enforcement of federal immigration laws, endorsing new powers for state troopers and new penalties for government contractors who hire undocumented workers.The legislation given initial approval by voice vote represents Missouri’s most serious foray into the national debate over the estimated 11 million foreigners illegally living in the country.The bill’s central provision would direct members of the Missouri Highway Patrol to be trained to enforce federal immigration laws under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.“This would go a long way toward stemming the tide of illegal...