Category Archives: Immigration Reform

Border patrol that is really outside the box!

One of the problems with the southern border is in having enough eyes to keep an eye on every mile all the time. So, here’s my rather simple idea. Break up the land by the border into individual lots. Place … Continue reading

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China and her aircraft killer missile program.

Now why would a country of 1.3 billion people, the vast majority of which live at a subsistence level, want to develop a missile that could take down a US aircraft carrier from 900 miles away? Hmm? A move that, … Continue reading

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So, is the 1996 Federal Immigration law also now meaningless?

The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, Pub.L. 104-208, Div. C, 110 Stat. 3009-546 (often referred to as “i-RAI-ruh” by federal appellate law clerks, and sometimes abbreviated to IIRIRA) vastly changed the immigration laws of the United … Continue reading

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Mass migration from Phoenix to other santuary cities now in progress!

On the day it went into effect, the Arizona immigration law targeting immigrants has already encouraged Mexicans to begin leaving the state, even as a US judge halted key portions of SB1070 from taking effect. Those not wishing to leave … Continue reading

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Who is the boss in Arizona and elsewhere in this country?

A federal judge today (July 28, 2010) issued a temporary injunction (NY Times, please get your facts straight) barring Arizona from enforcing key provisions of its controversial immigration law, prompting promises to appeal from supporters and tears of joy from … Continue reading

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Is Arizona well within its rights under the Constitution?

A federal judge on Thursday expressed skepticism that a key part of a controversial Arizona law to control illegal immigration is constitutional, but she also appeared reluctant to bar another crucial part of the law from taking effect.The judge did … Continue reading

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My case for the invasion of Mexico!

Before you think I’m completely nuts, let me state my case. I would like to begin by taking a look at why America has been fighting a war in Afghanistan for over eight years now. We got involved with that … Continue reading

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Is Congressman Pete Stark the new Democratic poster child?

I’m not sure if most rank and file citizens know much about a group called Minutemen. They are an activist group that was formed in April of 2005 whose purpose it was to watch and monitor the flow of illegal … Continue reading

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Thinking Outside the Box on Immigration.

The recent news story concerning a young 19 year old Eric Balderas, who is attending Harvard caught my attention. Eric, it seems, is now facing deportation after it was discovered he is here illegally and has been since he was … Continue reading

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Thousands in Phoenix protest Arizona’s immigration law. Really?

Under a broiling desert sun, tens of thousands of protesters on Saturday slowly marched five miles to the state Capitol to rally against Arizona’s controversial new immigration law. There was no official crowd estimate, but the march was by far … Continue reading

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