Published April 03, 2013
Journalistic guidelines dictate that disclosing a subject’s personal information -- including immigration status -- is not always integral to the story.
Published November 14, 2012
Republicans need to make the case that their immigration agenda is motivated by a desire to see Latinos move up and succeed.
Published August 15, 2012
Congress needs to wake up, show up, stand up and remind itself that they rejected the DREAM Act as recently as December 2010. Why and how is the president now doing administratively that which Congress said no to legislatively?
Published July 24, 2012
A review of President Obama’s record on immigration reveals a jaw-dropping steady and stealthy dismantling of virtually every tool and resource used to identify and remove deportable aliens.
Published December 09, 2011
By politicizing the term “anchor baby” and making a moral judgment about its use, the American Heritage Dictionary has become willing partner in the illegal alien lobby’s quest to create toxic words that intimidate users and stifle debate.
Published December 06, 2011
The EB-5 visa program was put into place in 1992 to spur job growth by offering green cards to foreigners in exchange for an investment of $500,000 to $1 million. Each investment is supposed to create 10 jobs. Ten thousand green cards are allotted for this purpose each year. But has the program become a corrupt sham?
Published November 13, 2011
Advocates for open borders and illegal alien amnesty must be pleased. President Obama has accomplished almost everything on their Wish List, short of a massive amnesty bill.
Published October 27, 2011
The famous Houdini would be proud of President Obama’s efforts to fool Americans into believing that immigration enforcement has increased. His trick is getting the public to focus on the total number of deportations while he hides the details of what those total numbers truly reveal.
Published October 19, 2011
Sanctuary city policies not only let the existing illegal aliens know they have no worries, but are also welcome mats to thousands more. Washington, D.C. Mayor Gray’s job is to allocate limited community resources to legal residents, not advertise his city as a safe haven and encourage thousands of additional illegal aliens to come in and drain finite services.
Published September 13, 2011
Absent from Monday night's Tea Party debate was any discussion that rampant illegal immigration and massive levels of legal immigration are both costly detriments to our economy and job creation in particular.