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Obama AG Nominee Insists Illegals Have a ‘Right To Work’ In The USA

On Wednesday Obama’s Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch said that all illegals should be allowed to work in the USA despite the fact that they are breaking our immigration laws and are essentially criminals in this country. Senator...Show More Summary

What's in a Name: Senate Subcommittee Drops 'Civil Rights and Human Rights' From Name

As our nation grapples with immigration reform, the deaths of unarmed black citizens at the hands of law enforcement, voter disfranchisement and the United States Supreme Court's possible nullification of the Civil Rights Act of 1968,...Show More Summary

Libertarian Group Aims to Influence Immigration, Climate-Change Policies

Libertarians are known more for their provocative ideas than their ability to get those ideas enacted into law. The Niskanen Center, a new Washington-based think tank, is trying to change that.

Loretta Lynch Must Not Be Confirmed

(John Hinderaker) The President’s duty under the Constitution is to “take care that the laws be faithfully executed.” The Attorney General is the President’s chief agent in that regard. With respect to immigration, the laws of the United States set forth the manner in which immigrants may lawfully enter and remain within the United States. Show More Summary

Poll: A Majority of Hispanics Want Tougher Laws Against Hiring Illegal Aliens

It is as I have said from the beginning, immigrants who came here the right way, legally, by a vast majority are against Amnesty. The only ones who want it

THANKS OBAMA! Amnesty Allowed Illegal Alien who Killed an Arizona Man to Stay in America

Obama has made it abundantly clear that he is going to ignore any and every immigration law that we have on the books, and that is shown in his refusal

Colorado GOP cuts funding for immigrant driver's license program

A Colorado law that allows immigrants in the country illegally to get driver's licenses was heralded as historic for its bipartisan support and an ingenious way to make driving safer because it required mandatory driving tests and insurance.

How to Do Korean Skin Care in Less Than 12 Steps

Jane Park is a beauty mogul. After immigrating from Korea to Canada at a young age, Jane got a bachelor's degree in public policy and international affairs from Princeton, a law degree from Yale, and worked in senior roles at major companies like Starbucks and Boston Consulting Group. Show More Summary

Newsstand: January 19, 2015

Target is dead! Long live Walmart. (French monarchic references should probably be avoided on a Monday morning, but too late for that now.) In the news today: Canada's immigration laws might be hurting people with or at risk of contracting HIV, Stollerys is being demolished, and Target is leaving Canada and its Canadian employees in the lurch. Show More Summary

Immigrant Founders Need Policy Reform To Keep Creating Tech Jobs

President Obama took executive action last November to further ease policies around skilled tech labor. However, our laws haven’t done much to help the foreign startup founders who provide create quite a few tech jobs here. A 2008 Kaufman...Show More Summary

Arizona first in nation to require all students to pass citizenship test

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Arizona’s high school students will be required to pass the same civics test that immigrants must pass to gain citizenship, under a first-in-the-nation bill signed into law on Thursday. Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey, who had championed the idea in his state-of-the-state address on...

Deportation for Possessing a Sock: Supreme Court Case Reflects How the War on Drugs Fuels the War on Immigrants

The Supreme Court yesterday heard a case that reflects the tragic absurdity of both the War on Drugs and the mass deportation machine that relies on it: Moones Mellouli, a math teacher and lawful permanent resident has been forever separated from his family and home in the U.S. Show More Summary

Law enforcement officials: Obama's immigration actions will 'improve public safety'

Forget about the legal arguments regarding President Obama's executive actions on immigration for a moment. Two major police chief groups and 27 individual chiefs and sheriffs think the president's actions are going to make us safer,...Show More Summary

Ag is Target for Guest Worker Audits

Agriculture has a target on its back when it comes to compliance with guest worker regulations, according to Eileen Scofield an immigration law attorney who held a workshop at the American Farm Bureau annual meeting this week. “Currently there’s three agencies that focus on employers but for ag in particular there’s about five or six other separate laws which are... Read More

The New Privileged Class: Illegal Immigrants

For the first time in American history, an entire class of persons, a class that numbers in the millions, has been given broad, de jure amnesty and immunity from both federal and state laws

Sen. Rand Paul Says It’s Time France Reconsidered Its Loose Immigration Laws

After the terror attacks on a French newspaper last week, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul pointed out that it is probably time for France to reconsider its loose immigration laws. Well,

South Korea considers deporting Korean-American woman who praised North Korea

Prosecutors asked the Korea Immigration Service Thursday to deport California-resident Shin Eun-mi, who they say violated South Korea's anti-Pyongyang security law, which makes praising North Korea a crime. Shin visits North Korea frequently and writes about her experiences for the South Korean news site, OhmyNews. Show More Summary

Yet Another Ariz. Immigration Law Is Pre-empted by Federal Law

For being "America's Toughest Sheriff," a name he invented for himself, Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Arizona, gets shot down. A lot. He has the added disadvantage of Arizona's statutes, which try to butt into space occupied by federal law every chance they can get. Once again, a federal......

California to Subsidize Car Insurance for Illegal Immigrants

California lawmakers not only issued driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants but are also going to subsidize their insurance. KPCC reported, via the California Political Review: State officials hope a new law that offers California driver’s licenses to immigrants in the … Continue reading ?

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