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11 results for 'illegal immigration'

Dangerous Ground

By Randy Mitchell, published on Mar 28, 2012

...getting something for nothing, morally and legally, or the same abusively, therefore making others pay simply because a structure’s in place allowing some to walk through its jagged cracks.

Right now, one of the biggest expenses our nation faces is the costs associated with illegal immigration. When people illegally cross our borders, no matter from what country, they can take full advantage of our system. Our government educates their children, supports some of their living expenses, gives them free medical care, and turns a blind eye to their employers (off the books, of... (more)

Tags: illegal immigration, obama, randy mitchell, entitlement, free government entitlements, handouts, redistribution of wealth

Public Opinion & Voter Turn Out

By Christopher Wager, published on May 12, 2009 November.

However, what does this mean? Are the candidates really building their platforms on public opinion polls? Early in their presidential campaign lunches, candidates from both parties were reported to have a reaction of surprise when confronted with the issue of illegal immigration. Many of them had made comments of how they had not realized that this issue was at the forefront of many voters’ minds.Is it possible that such heavy weight contenders for the presidency could be so far out of touch with public opinion or is that simply is a political defense... (more)

Tags: police, illegal immigration

Villaraigosa Excoriates D. H. S. For Immigrant Raids

By D. E. Carson, published on Apr 17, 2008

...advocates stronger border security. Mehlman agrees that the strongest lure of illegal aliens into America is the knowledge that they can get work without having to be a citizen. “Cutting off the magnet of jobs has to be the number one priority if you want to get a handle on illegal immigration,” Mehlman said. But Villaraigosa disagrees, “[E]ven the most scrupulous and responsible employers have no choice but to rely on workers whose documentation, while facially valid, may raise questions about their lawful presence.”

They have no choice, Mr.... (more)

Tags: los angeles, illegal immigration, mexico

I Want To Move To Mexico. Where's My Immigrant Advocate?

By Steven Lane, published on Feb 25, 2008

...of attention chronicling the treatment of illegal aliens in the United States, "hoopla" that originates from here and from outside our borders, one seldom hears about the trials and tribulations of an American moving to Mexico.

How about this for starters, under Mexican Law, illegal immigration is a felony. The General Law on Population says,.....(The general Law of Population establishes the rights and obligations of foreigners and the immigration status permitting foreigners to enter Mexico,

"A penalty of up to two years in prison and a fine of... (more)

Tags: california, police, illegal immigration, education, mexico

The New

By Deacon DeVille, published on Aug 17, 2007

From about 1870 to around 1905, outlaw gangs used this escape route to evade the long arm of the law. Residents of the valley in Johnson County, Wyoming helped protect the outlaws. Today in the United States, there are at least thirty "Hole in the Wall" cities that offer special protection for another brand of outlaw, "Illegal immigrants." The mayors, officials and police of these cities help illegals evade Federal and State Law Enforcement. The recent murders in Newark, New Jersey can be attributed to that city's Illegal Immigrant Protection Policy. Other illegal immigrant safe havens... (more)

Tags: illegal immigration, immigrants

Illegal Alien Workers Cost Americans Money : Part 3

By sanity check, published on May 22, 2007

...these programs. Why would anyone be surprised to learn that poor illegals aren't pulling their weight? A study by The Center for Immigration Studies in Washinton, DC by Steven A. Camarota calculated that as of 2002, illegals produced a ten billion dollar deficit when ALL factors of illegal immigration were factored in. The Federal Government now provides several billion dollars a year to local and state prison systems to offset the cost of incarceration of illegal aliens. The nearly two billion dollars still leaves over a billion dollar deficit to handle the burden created by... (more)

Tags: police, illegal immigration, education

The Disturbing Side of Illegal Immigrant Workers

By sanity check, published on May 21, 2007

For those who have to deal with illegal immigrants on a daily basis, the reality is far from the myths perpetuated by the American press. Illegal immigration is a serious problem undermining the way of life in many small towns across the United States. The truth is easy to find, but only if a person wants objective answers.

This is the first of a three part series on illegal immigration and it should serve as a wake up call to all those that have never set foot in a manufacturing plant and lack any first hand experience with the circumstances illegal workers face. For the record, I... (more)

Tags: illegal immigration, illegal immigrant workers, mexican workers

Illegal Aliens Are Illegal Aliens, Period, Part II

By D. E. Carson, published on May 2, 2007

...this particular subject is the use of the term “Illegal immigrant”. Euphemisms are words that the far radical left scumbags use to hide the truth. They think, erroneously, that by changing the name of the problem, they will somehow make the problem go away. The term “illegal immigration” is a far radical left scumbag term for “illegal alien” and the far left scumbags like George Soros are too stupid to realize they are cutting their own throats for the sake of “open borders.” Nobody right of people like Soros wants to stop ALL immigration. ... (more)

Tags: los angeles, shooting, illegal immigration, germany

California Borders - The American Experience

By KLiedle, published on Apr 17, 2007, of living in California, of living in the United States, but countries have borders for a reason. America's borders are stretching to their outer limits - much like our waistlines. I do not know the answers to the big questions in the immigration debate, but what I do know is that illegal immigration hurts everyone. Illegal immigrants risk their lives every day trying to get into our borders. Many find out that it's not much easier here than it was in the country they left. The ones that make it, don't ever want to be discovered, lest they be deported. One broken rule leads to other ... (more)

Tags: iraq, california, illegal immigration

Nothing is Illegal in America Until You Get Caught

By Crowbar, published on Apr 9, 2007

One of the biggest issues in America right now is illegal immigration. This one issue has pushed the buttons at the core of this great country, since most of our ancestors were illegal immigrants at one time. We try to balance fairness and understanding of the plight of Mexicans with our own sense of nationality. But it is an impossible place to sit, for everyone's opinions vary from strong humanitarism to radical extremism and the worst part is everyone is correct. But I think as Americans, we must step back and protect out Constitution, which is the most vulnerable under this escalating... (more)

Tags: music, illegal immigration

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