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Tag Archives: Immigration Law
“Amnesty is suicide for the conservative movement and the Republican party.”
La Raza wants him to stop all deportations.
Boehner Promises to Push for Immigration Changes, Daily Caller
He says “We are a nation of immigrants.”
An immigration moratorium!
“Obama, Obama, don’t deport my mama!”’
He hosted a Spanish-language town-hall meeting with Hispanics.
Even Labour attacks Tory enforcement record.
Is Israel Deporting Illegal Infiltrators to Uganda?, Israel National News
Deportation numbers increasing every month.
The will of a majority of Swiss voters is apparently a “virus.”
Record Number of Foreign Criminals Cannot Be Deported, Telegraph (London)
324 criminal immigrants will stay in Britain because of a “right to private and family life.”
Ann Coulter: “At the current rate of immigration, [America] won’t exist anymore.”
Nebraska City Keeps Immigration Law, Wall Street Journal
Citizens vote to ban hiring illegals or renting to them.
A promising trend.
New Asylum Seeker Campaign ‘Distasteful’ and ‘Embarrassing’, Sydney Morning Herald
Australia tells asylum seekers “No way.”
Immigration Groups Turn to Anger, Politico
One leader says “What we are now doing is to switch tactics from persuasion to punishment.”
NY to Issue Undocumented Immigrants Papers, Yahoo! News
Bill de Blasio doesn’t want illegals “to live their lives in the shadows.”
Legal Immigrants Go to the Back of the Line, National Review
Green cards for citizens’ families have been delayed by Obama’s administrative amnesty.
The Swiss actually had a chance to vote on immigration.
The Swiss people have upset EU bureaucrats and businessmen thirsty for cheap labor.
Boehner Says No Immigration Deal Until Obama Enforces Laws, Washington Times
If the laws were enforced, would there even be an amnesty debate?
Cantor’s Big Business Agenda Sparks Primary Challenge, Talk Radio News Service
Economics professor says Mr. Cantor is bowing to “crony capitalism.”
Australian PM Says Asylum Seeker Policy Tough, Yahoo! News
No “refugees” have reached Australia by boat in 50 days.
He also claims increasing temporary and skilled legal immigration will create jobs.
DHS calls the change “commonsense.”
The Liberal Newcomers, National Review
Phyllis Schlafly says Republicans must reduce all immigration to remain viable nationally.
Robots Undercut the Case for More Immigrants, The Daily Beast
Daily Beast manages some logical thinking about immigration.
Thomas Sowell says the “immigration reform” debate is like something from “Alice in Wonderland.”
Washington GOP surrendering on the installment plan.
How the GOP Lost Middle America, Vdare.com
The party gave in to the corporate thirst for cheap labor.
Obama Hints He May Be Open to Immigration Deal with GOP, New York Times
He’s open to legalizing illegals, but not giving them citizenship right away.
New report says even at current immigration rates, the GOP will be doomed in a decade.
He gave an extensive “Myth vs. Fact” report on immigration to House Republicans.
But you can still become “European” for a fee.
Young illegals would get citizenship; the rest would get legalization.
Someone is finally stating the obvious.
Living here illegally is all it takes.
He says “Our current immigration laws are national suicide.” We agree.
They want the laws enforced, not amnesty for illegals.
Governor: “Let’s send a message to the entire world: Detroit, Michigan, is open to the world.”
There is some resistance–but the push for “reform” is on.
The Conservative government wants to stop birth tourism make citizenship harder to get.
Legal status–but not citizenship–is the type of amnesty Republican leaders prefer.
420,000 were caught. But that’s down from 1,189,000 in 2005.
The President wants to let the Republican House do whatever posturing it must.
Nigel Farage Calls for Five-Year Immigration Ban, Express (London)
. . . even if it’s bad economy.
There’s been a sharp increase in voters who say they’re less likely to vote for amnesty supporters.
One of the party’s soon-to-be-released “principles” for reform is amnesty.
Website of Top House Republican Drops Opposition to Amnesty, National Review
Bob Goodlatte now says he sees “no reason” why we can’t have amnesty after enforcement.
At Last, the BBC Talks About Immigration, Telegraph (London)
Author manages a few glimmers of insight.