Immigration

Federal Policy Guidance Issued on the Rights of Undocumented School Children

Tuesday, May, 10 at 12:38 pm,

The Department of Justice and the Department of Education just last week issued guidance to school officials across the U.S. outlining their responsibilities, under the guarantee against discrimination in the l964 Civil Rights Act and the Supreme Court’s 1982 decision, Plyler v. Doe, to admit and give public education to all resident children in the U.S. regardless of their immigration status.

Arizona governor vs. Phoenix Suns owner

Tuesday, Mar, 22 at 12:47 pm,

The owner of the Phoenix Suns basketball team, Robert Sarver, opposes AZ’s new immigration laws. Arizona’s Governor, Jan Brewer, released the following statement in response to Sarver’s criticism of the new law:

Bills to cut illegal immigration fail

Friday, Mar, 18 at 10:39 am,

PHOENIX – Concluding the measures go too far, state senators on Thursday rejected a package of bills designed to crack down on illegal immigration.

Arizona lawmakers give early support for immigration-related bills

Tuesday, Mar, 15 at 12:01 pm,

Several immigration-related measures won preliminary approval in the Senate Monday afternoon, including a bill that would require proof of legal status to receive any public benefits – including public housing – from the state or local governments.

Another Arizona Immigration Showdown?

Wednesday, Feb, 23 at 2:05 pm,

WASHINGTON — The lawmaker behind Arizona's infamous bill cracking down on undocumented immigrants has introduced additional anti-immigrant legislation seemingly destined to ignite further controversy and legal challenges.

Douglas Murray: Cameron's Multicultural Wake-Up Call

Wednesday, Feb, 09 at 9:26 am,

DOUGLAS MURRAY – The growth of Islamist extremism in the West is something even the politically correct can no longer ignore. 'Multiculturalism has failed," said British Prime Minister David Cameron last weekend in Munich. If anybody thought they had read those words before, it is because they have.

Calif. Republican plans national-level version of contentious Arizona immigration law

Thursday, Feb, 03 at 10:59 am,

Rep. Ed Royce, California Republican, is planning to introduce a national-level version of contentious Arizona state Senate Bill 1070, The Daily Caller has learned. Royce, who chairs the Foreign Affairs Committee’s Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade subcommittee, told TheDC his legislation would give state-level cops and local law enforcement nationwide the authority to enforce federal immigration laws.

Yes, Islamists Are Coming Through Mexico

Wednesday, Feb, 02 at 11:31 am,

Alberto de la Cruz – Said Jaziri was seen getting in the trunk of a smuggler's car by bystanders, captured only by luck and their patriotism. When chaos reigns supreme in a nation that shares an almost two-thousand mile border with the United States, and that border is not protected to the extent it should be, undesirable elements sneaking their way from Mexico into the U.S. becomes the rule instead of the exception.

72 Million Immigrants Added to USA in 24 Years

Monday, Jan, 24 at 11:09 am,

Frosty Wooldridge – If we allow that 81 million added immigrants and on to 138 million people to manifest their numbers in our country—I feel sorry for future generations because as a world traveler in the third world, I’ve already seen what’s coming—and it anguishes me to no end. If we wait, if we ponder, that 100 million will…..

Needed But Not Wanted

Friday, Dec, 17 at 11:59 am,

NEW YORK – Baruch Spinoza, the seventeenth-century Dutch philosopher, Benjamin Disraeli, the nineteenth-century British prime minister, and Nicolas Sarkozy, the twenty-first century French president, have one thing in common: all were sons of immigrants.

Adios to Mexico?

Sunday, Oct, 24 at 10:37 am,

10.24.10 – I'm surprised to hear that a guy from Texas' Department of Homeland Security says we Americanos should stay the heck out of Mexico. -

Efforts to bar citizenship to migrants' kids growing

Wednesday, Oct, 20 at 10:39 am,

10.20.1 – PHOENIX – Legislators in more than a dozen states across the nation are launching efforts to deny citizenship to the children of illegal immigrants, with Arizona to be ground zero.

German multiculturalism 'failing'

Sunday, Oct, 17 at 9:29 am,

10.17.10 – Chancellor's remarks add to ongoing debate over immigration and Islam within her conservative coalition

Perry vows to abolish Sanctuary Cities in Texas

Saturday, Oct, 09 at 9:04 am,

10.8.10 – Governor Rick Perry this morning said he'll ask Texas legislators to take emergency action in January to abolish sanctuary city rules, allowing police to freely question residents about their immigration status.

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