Build it, and they will trample you. The US committed to building the "border fence" between the US and Mexico, and due to a treaty, they actually built portions of the fence north of the border, cutting off Americans, who now deal with the "Mexican scum" south of the border more frequently. Foreseeable consequences abound.Read more »
"Undocument Students" are not allowed to attend Universities in Georgia. A group of professors volunteered to teach these students for free on Sundays in secret.Read more »
Will entrepreneurs make "seasteading" truly effective?Read more »
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich signed a pledge on Thursday to build a double fence along the entirety of the southern border of the United States.Read more »
An 85-year-old woman who led a female-dominated immigrant smuggling ring was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison Thursday in a case that stands out at a time when larger, more violent organizations along the U.S.-Mexico border have muscled groups like hers aside.Read more »
Republican Threatens Legal Action Against DHS Over Immigrant-Data Subpoena
A top House Republican is threatening to enforce a subpoena for criminal immigrant information "to the fullest extent" of the law, after claiming the Obama administration "stonewalled" his request.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith for months has been seeking a comprehensive list of names and other information for the thousands of immigrants who are flagged, but not taken into custody or deported through a program known as Secure Communities.Read more »
In the wake of an immigrant exodus, Alabama has jobs. Trouble is, Americans don't want themRead more »
Most provisions of a harsh Alabama immigration law were blocked by a federal appeals court on Friday, ending their enforcement until the court can determine whether the law violates the Constitution.Read more »
And the war on immigrants and small business continues. Another successful business is about to fall casualty to for violating the Government Knows Best Act. Good restaurant too.Read more »
The proposed National Security and Federal Lands Protection Act would let the agency waive 36 federal environmental protection laws in the name of better border patrols on public lands. But it would give Homeland Security unchecked authority to disregard major environmental laws covering wilderness areas, national parks and wildlife refuges.Read more »
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