Category Archives: Illegal Aliens


Great take by Debbie Schlussel on the controversy in Utah , which involves the public disclosure of the identities of 1,300 illegal aliens living in the state. I tend to agree with her assessment, especially this part: And that’s the thing … Continue reading

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Political Exploitation

From one of my favorite bloggers comes word that the amnesty coalition in Congress is trying a new tack in its bid to enact “comprehensive immigration reform.” The legislation appears to be part of an effort to strengthen support … Continue reading

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See No Evil

Apparently, there are no illegal aliens working in the building and construction trades in the state of Nevada. Who knew?!

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Genuine Liberalism

One of the labels that the immigration reform movement often gets tagged with by our opponents-other than “racist” or “xenophobe”-is “right wing.” The reason being that most of the prominent leaders in the campaign to alter the current status quo … Continue reading

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In Their Own Words

BLITZER: So if people want to come from Guatemala or Honduras or El Salvador or Nicaragua, they want to just come into Mexico, they can just walk in? CALDERON: No. They need to fulfill a form. They need to establish … Continue reading

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The Passion of Pedro Espada Jr.

It seems that the much-beleaguered former head of our state’s short-lived experiment in coalition government now believes that his extensive legal and political problems arise from his fight for immigrant rights, whatever that well-worn phrase implies. It’s remarkable when you … Continue reading

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Democratic Skittishness; Double Standards

I came across an interesting blog post today, exploring various Democrat governors who are expressing skepticism towards the Department of Justice’s decision to sue the state of Arizona over its recently enacted law, SB 1070: If you can ignore … Continue reading

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