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Tag Archives: Immigration Law
Rubio’s Deceptive Amnesty Ad, Center for Immigration Studies
CIS dissects it for you line by line.
Love Thy Stranger as Thyself, New York Times
Richard Land on immigration: “Leaders are usually ahead of the laity—that’s called leadership.”
Amnesty now, enforcement later doesn’t work.
5 Myths About Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants in Senate Bill, Christian Science Monitor
Amnesty supporters’ best talking points ring hollow.
Some Countries Lobby for More in Race for Visas, New York Times
America is up for grabs.
He asks: “How is this bill good for Americans?”
John McCain’s ‘Judeo-Christian’ Shamnesty, American Thinker
Emulating Israel’s immigration policies would align with “Judeo-Christian” values.
It’s about time a congressman said so!
A Talk with Jason Richwine: ‘I Do Not Apologize for Any of My Work’, Washington Examiner
Truth-seeking has no place in debates about immigraton.
You Can’t Wish Away the Facts About Immigration Amnesty, The Daily Beast
The fact stands: Amnesty will be a massive burden on taxpayers.
Taboo thoughts aren’t welcome at this “think tank.”
The IQ Test, Slate
Charles Murray: “To write about IQ and race or ethnicity is to take a very good chance of destroying your career.”
The Crucifixion of Jason Richwine, Townhall
His thesis was good enough for Harvard, but many “conservatives” won’t stand by it.
Heritage Immigration Study Under Assault, Rush Limbaugh
Rush Limbaugh points out the backward values of the political class.
Though he still “champions” legal immigration and calls America a “nation of immigrants.”
White House Immigration Chief Tried to Undermine Enforcement in ’86 Amnesty, Center for Immigration Studies
What do you expect from Cecelia Munoz?
If the time comes, will any illegals not be eligible for amnesty?
He also dared discuss group differences in IQ in his Harvard dissertation.
The Fiscal Cost of Unlawful Immigrants and Amnesty to the U.S. Taxpayer, The Heritage Foundation
The Heritage Foundation predicts a $6.3 trillion price tag.
Gang of Eight Bill Rewards Lawbreakers and Undermines Law Enforcement, Center for Immigration Studies
What our masters have in store for us.
Disagree with Bill “Richardson” and you’re not Hispanic.
But he’s pushing it anyway.
Poll: Citizenship Support Slips, Politico
Americans are cooling to the idea of amnesty.
Will Mexico stop sending its unwanted people north?
May Day celebrants push for amnesty.
Schumer-Rubio Bill Amnesties Illegal Aliens and Their Employers, Center for Immigration Studies
And DHS employees will be punished if they point out their crimes.
A “human right,” too.
In California, this would let defendants be “judged by their peers.”
President can’t arbitrarily decide which laws to enforce.
New citizens will vote Democratic–but not for another decade.
Some Republicans think amnesty would have somehow prevented the Boston attack.
A bizarre argument in favor of amnesty.
The white vote is still the most crucial factor.
Immigration Bill Contains “Marcophones”, Breitbart
How long until cell phones become a “human right”?
Pro-immigrant activist organizations can apply for the funds.
Gang of Eight Bill Opens Door to Bigger Amnesty, National Review
A controlled flooding is still a flooding.
They want to cushion representatives from voter backlash.
Immigration Bill Bans Racial Profiling by Federal Law Enforcement, Washington Times
Federal officers must willfully blind themselves.
A Gang of Six Plots a Revolt, National Review
Hints of opposition to amnesty.
It should be introduced by Tuesday.
U.S. Civil Rights Commission Members Warn Amnesty Hurts Blacks, Washington Times
And what of low-skilled whites?
Undermining American workers every step of the way.
There will still be a “long road” before a vote.
What Would It Cost to Really Check an Amnesty Application?, Center for Immigration Studies
About $2,000 per applicant.
Court Rules Legal Immigrants Can Carry Concealed Weapons, Washington Times
Federal judge says CCW is not a legitimate distinction between citizens and foreigners.
We can’t imagine why.
Outlook for Immigration Deal Brightens, Yahoo! News
Low-skilled foreigners would be eligible for a new “W Visa.”
China probably doesn’t allow home schooling either . . .
Immigration Lobbies Spent $1.5 Billion Since 2007, Daily Caller
Immigration-control groups spend hardly anything.