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OBAMA’s AMERICA: Border Agent Speaks Out: We’re Terminated If We Try to Enforce the Law

Just about everything you hear about immigration and border security from official channels is a lie, particularly if those channels originate from the Obama administration. Most of our readers already

Denmark Could Turn Away Refugees Who Commit Any Crime

yesterdayNews : Newsweek: US

Denmark is set to further tighten its immigration rules in a bid to make it easier to refuse asylum to refugees who commit crimes. Parliament has reached a majority in favor of changing the law in order to deny sanctuary to people who...Show More Summary

Why This H-1B Visa Thing is Bullst

There’s trouble in the Magic Kingdom, and it all has to do with one of the least-talked about but arguably most important parts of our broken immigration system. Last week, two former Walt Disney World employees filed a federal lawsuit against that company's Florida theme park on behalf of themselves and hundreds of their colleagues.

A Lawful Executive Action: Declassifying Marijuana

I’ve been quite hard on President Obama for his abuse of executive power – and will soon file another brief in the 26-state challenge to his immigration action – but there are certainly things that he or any president can do to protect and secure our liberty without violating the Constitution. Show More Summary

Thousands of women & children asylum seekers still at risk for deportation

A new report from the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights and the Southern Poverty Law Center sheds light on the aggressive and deceptive means ICE used to round up immigrants in deportation raids in January. Through a series of interviews with women in detention, the report’s authors collected stories of women who were tricked into allowing ICE […]

German Cabinet Agrees on Tougher Refugee Legislation

According to spokesman, German government agreed Wednesday to introduce a new package of immigration laws regulating the reception and accommodation of refugees.

Well-known L.A. Immigration Attorney Who Won Landmark Case Subject Of New Biopic

EXCLUSIVE: Judy Wood, an immigration attorney based in Los Angeles, who argued what became a landmark case in changing the laws of asylum for women into the U.S., will be the subject of a new biopic from the team behind Return to Zero which garnered an Emmy nomination for Minnie Driver in 2014 and a WGA nom for its writer. Show More Summary

Daily Headlines: February 2, 2016

Dominican Republic: A group of U.S. rabbis who recently visited the Dominican Republic condemned the country’s immigration laws that left “stateless” tens of thousands of residents of Haitian background. Puerto Rico: Puerto Rican officials...Show More Summary

MSNBC’s Melissa Harris Perry Compares Deporting Illegal Immigrants to Fugitive Slave Laws

5 days agoNews : Mediaite

MSNBC host Melissa Harris Perry compared deporting illegal immigrants Saturday to the Fugitive Slave Law, which required Northerners to return runaway slaves to their Southern owners.

Melissa Harris Perry Thinks Illegal Immigrants Are Slaves?

Melissa Harris Perry of MSNBC, of tampon earring fame, has a new concern. Her concern is that knocking on doors of illegal immigrants is essentially the revival of the Fugitive Slave Act, a law from 1850 that allows slave owners to recapture any runaway slaves. Show More Summary

Sunday wrap

Who said it? 1. “When I’m the president, we’re going to pass immigration laws that secure our borders.” 2. “We don’t view any state as a ‘must-win.'” 3. “While Republicans in Congress tried more than 60 times to kill Obamacare, Mr. Kasich did an end-run around Ohio’s Republican Legislature to secure a $13 billion Medicaid […]

The Happiest Place On Earth?

...if you are an immigrant... As OneNewsNow reports, an attorney representing laid-off Disney workers claims the Fortune 500 company broke federal laws when it replaced them with immigrants. Attorney Sara Blackwell filed a federal lawsuit...Show More Summary

Huffington Post's Stunning Ignorance of Immigration Law

(January 30, 2016 01:52 PM, by David Henderson) "Yes, we're planning to add this note to all future stories about Trump," the [Huffington Post] spokesperson said. "No other candidate has called for banning 1.6 billion people from the country! If any other candidate makes such a proposal, we'll... (0 COMMENTS)

Denmark's Harsh New Immigration Law Will End Badly for Everyone

C OPENHAGEN, Denmark -- Prior to the cartoon crisis of 2005-6, which arose after a Danish newspaper published a handful of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, Denmark did not have strong national brand recognition in the Middle East and North Africa. Show More Summary

Ai Weiwei Withdraws Art from Two Danish Museums in Protest of Controversial Immigration Law

last weekArts : Hyperallergic

Ai Weiwei has withdrawn his art from two museums in Denmark to protest a law passed yesterday by the Danish parliament viewed by many as an anti-immigration measure.

Denmark passes controversial bill to seize assets and valuables from refugees

last weekNews : BlogPost

Denmark's parliament passed a controversial law on Tuesday that allows authorities to seize valuables and cash from refugees. The measure was part of a larger immigration bill, and its approval seemed certain after the government reached a parliamentary majority for it earlier this month. Show More Summary

Danish parliament passes tough immigration laws

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The Danish parliament on Tuesday passed a package of measures to deter refugees from seeking asylum, including confiscating valuables to pay for their stay, despite protests from international human rights organizations.

Tech Workers Replaced by Immigrants Sue Disney

Disney and two outsourcing companies abused immigration law by colluding to bring in foreign workers to replace Americans, according to lawsuits from two tech workers. Leo Perrero and Dena Moore say that before they were laid off with around 250 other people in 2014, they had to train lower-priced replacements...

Lawsuit Claims Disney Colluded to Replace U.S. Workers With Immigrants

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

The suit claims Disney and two consulting companies broke the law by using temporary visas to bring in foreign workers, knowing Americans would be displaced.

Is the Supreme Court’s United States v. Texas Too Big to Swallow?

This week on the Political Gabfest’s Slate Plus bonus segment, Emily Bazelon takes on the Supreme Court’s new case, United States v. Texas. Can Obama’s immigration program, Deferred Action for Parents of Americans, lawfully stand onShow More Summary

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