Please spare us the doomsday scenarios and predictions until you have read the law. Opponents of the law claim it will lead to racial profiling and discrimination. This is a possibility with any and every law. If Arizona wanted to stick it to hispanics, it didn’t need to pass an immigration law, it could have […]
Check out the evil new Arizona law:
“Every alien…shall at all times carry with him and have in his personal possession any certificate of alien registration or alien registration receipt card issued to him…Any alien who fails to comply…shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and…fined not to exceed $100 or be imprisoned not more than 30 […]
By Representative Lamar Smith of the 21st District of Texas (May 6, 2009):
Organizations such as the National Council of La Raza, the Mexican-American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and the Migration Policy Institute know that most Americans disagree with their desire for amnesty. Most Americans want […]
Under normal circumstance, she probably wouldn’t. Those seeking asylum in the US have a short period in which to apply, something like one year from the date of arrival here. Once that petition is rejected, as hers was, they don’t generally get to apply again. Making matters worse for Obama’s aunt, she was ordered deported […]
Boy George was denied a US visa.
I can say, with complete certainty, that I will never drink Absolut Vodka ever again.
a follow up to doug’s post. kind of like turning the commentary “on” on your DVD of the primary season:
15 paragraphs in this news story are real. one is satire. try to pick it out.
Phoenix police Officer Nick Erfle survived two bouts of cancer to put back on his uniform and patrol the city’s streets.
On Tuesday, a jaywalker shot him in the face and killed him.
“He’s a hard charger. Even though he […]
Is it Assimilation or Invasion?
by: Phyllis Schlafly
November 28, 2001
The 9/11 events temporarily shelved the foolish proposals to grant amnesty to three million Mexicans illegally living in our country. Unfortunately, there is no indication that Mexico has retreated from its longtime goal of opening the U.S. border.
In Chicago on July 27, 1997, then Mexican President […]
here is an excerpt from my email to mitch mcconnell, who finally voted the right way in the end:
Thank you for your vote Thursday that helped defeat the misguided Senate immigration proposal. I appreciate that you listened to your constituents and stood up for us today.
say thank you to your senator here. before […]