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OUTRAGE After AZ Sheriff Forced To Issue THIS Memorial Day Warning

President Obama has devastated America. By denouncing America’s immigration laws, he has signaled an “all clear” to illegals and drug cartel members to come on over to the U.S. whenever

Tesla accident highlights the need to ensure worker visas aren't abused

American immigration law allows employees of overseas firms to enter the country for a limited period of time to do business for their employers, including overseeing installation of machinery or other specialized products. The law does not allow those employees, who are here legally on what is...

Voter ID Laws Trashed By Univision

The anti-law enforcement bias prevalent in the way Univision covers the news isn’t limited to bias against enforcement of U.S. immigration law. It also extends to include bias against voter ID laws across the country - laws that are designed to protect against voter fraud and safeguard the integrity of the American electoral process.

U.S. v. Texas: How the Supreme Court Got Tangled in Immigration Law

You likely have heard about the high-stakes case U.S. v. Texas, which pits the federal government against twenty-six states over a policy that would allow an estimated four million undocumented individuals to stay here temporarily. Texas...Show More Summary

Trump Surrogate ‘Sheriff Joe’ Arpaio Busted for Racial Profiling

Arizona’s self-proclaimed enforcer of immigration laws may soon find himself behind bars after a federal judge rules that his office engaged in systematic racial harassment of his state’s Latino population.

The Specter of Open Borders

(May 13, 2016 09:43 AM, by Bryan Caplan) Great short old piece by Matt Yglesias:[T]he specter of truly open borders is such an obvious specter for nativists to raise that proponents of more liberal immigration laws had better have something sensible to say about it.Indeed, the nativists I've... (0 COMMENTS)

Great moments in immigration law

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I’ve already recommended Short Circuits, the well-written newsletter by John Ross of the Institute for Justice that briefly digests interesting decisions from the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeal. Until recently you needed to subscribeShow More Summary

9th Cir. Upholds Law Behind Sheriff Arpaio's Workplace Raids

Arizona's identity theft laws are not facially preempted by federal immigration law, the Ninth Circuit ruled on Monday. The state's identity theft laws prohibit the use of a false identity to obtain employment. The laws had been used by the controversial sheriff of Maricopa County, Joe Arpaio, to raid......

Hear Yasiin Bey's Pleading New Song 'Dec 99th - N.A.W.'

Yasiin Bey, formerly known as Mos Def, has released a new song called "Dec 99th - N.A.W." The new music follows on the heels of his arrest early this year in South Africa for allegedly violating local immigration laws, which included being accused of using a fraudulent "world passport" when he was...

When Traffic Cops Become Part of Immigration Enforcement, Civil Rights Violations Are Almost Inevitable

An ACLU of Arizona investigation reveals that 75 percent of traffic stops by Tucson police have constitutional problems. Whether they like it or not, state and local police do not have the authority to enforce immigration law. And that’s...Show More Summary

"There are few sights more disconcerting during a Supreme Court argument than smart justices playing dumb."

Linda Greenhouse expresses dismay over the Justices' [feigned] difficulty over "lawfully present"/"legally present" distinction in immigration law.

Human Rights Watch: Bill Clinton's Immigration Laws Ripped Apart Families

Rights group says 1996 laws created a system of mass detention and abuse for refugees and migrants. Clinton-era immigration laws “have subjected hundreds of thousands of people to arbitrary detention, fast-track deportations and family separation,” Human Rights Watch says in a new report. Show More Summary

US Congress Must Repeal Decades-Old Harmful Immigration Laws

Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996 (AEDPA) and Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA) should be repealed by the US Congress, according to Human Rights Watch.

Indicted Texas attorney general knows 'lawlessness' when he sees it and Obama's crossed the line

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton had a big day Monday, making sure the media was clear about President Obama's transgressions where immigration law is concerned. Paxton explained to the New York Times why his state was challenging Obama's...Show More Summary

Congress Hears from Mother Whose Son Was Killed by Illegal Immigrant

A Texas mother of a son who was tortured and slain by an illegal immigrant appeared before a House panel on Tuesday to beg Congress to enforce immigration laws. Laura Wilkerson, whose 18-year-old son Josh Wilkerson was tortured and beaten … More » The post Congress Hears from Mother Whose Son Was Killed by Illegal Immigrant appeared first on EveryJoe.

Today: It's Up to You, New York. An Honor After a Tragedy.

last monthHealth : Booster Shots

I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES Immigration Law in the Balance It's been called the last great Supreme Court case of the Obama era. Can the president give a "temporary reprieve" from the threat of...

Should a small Texas court set immigration law for the nation?

Throughout the United States, millions of undocumented immigrants with American children live in fear of being deported -- despite a federal program that could shield them.

The Man Who Would Be King

(John Hinderaker) Here at Power Line, we have argued strenuously that President Obama’s orders suspending enforcement of various immigration laws are unconstitutional because they violate the Take Care Clause. Law professor and former...Show More Summary

Ted Cruz’s exaggerated claim that Arizona is spending ‘hundreds of millions’ less after tough immigration law

“You’ll recall several years ago Arizona put in place really tough laws on illegal immigration. And they were criticized loudly for putting those laws in place. And it was interesting, this Wall Street Journal article, because it talked about what happened in the wake of that law, which is, a great many of the illegal […]

The Aftermath of Arizona's Immigration Laws

A recent Wall Street Journal piece explored the economic impact of Arizona’s immigration laws based on a Moody’s Analytics report that hasn’t been published yet. The following is an update on some of my earlier work on the economicsShow More Summary

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