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  • George W. Bush to speak at Dallas immigration event

    07/07/2013 11:22:15 AM PDT · by jimbo123 · 19 replies
    Dallas Morning News ^ | 7/5/13 | DIANNE SOLÍS
    President Barack Obama may be most linked to overhauling immigration policy, but on Wednesday, his predecessor, George W. Bush, will have a chance to weigh in on the issue. Bush will deliver opening remarks at a citizenship ceremony and immigration forum at his Dallas presidential center.
  • Former President George W. Bush hails push for comprehensive immigration reform

    07/07/2013 11:01:39 AM PDT · by jimbo123 · 162 replies
    NY Post ^ | 7/7/13 | S.A. MILLER
    Former President George W. Bush today cheered on the “progress” in pushing comprehensive immigration reform through Congress. “The legislative process can be ugly,” Bush said with a chuckle in an interview aired today on ABC’s “This Week.” “But it looks like they're making some progress.”
  • La Republica Norte-Americano?

    01/29/2004 3:15:06 PM PST · by steplock · 24 replies · 202+ views
    Focus on Freedom ^ | 20040128 | Ginny
    La Republica Norte-Americano?Thursday, January 29 @ 16:04:24 The Border Governors Conference will continue having several "planning meetings" throughout the year, in preparation for the next conference (the 22nd) that is scheduled for August 9-10, 2004, in New Mexico. The US governors involved are Perry (TX), Richardson (NM), Neopolitano (AZ), and Swarzenegger (CA).Agenda & Details What follows here is the result of the latest (21st) Conference that was held in Mexico August 7-8, 2003. XXI BORDER GOVERNORS CONFERENCE, UNITED STATES-MEXICO AUGUST 7-8, 2003 CHIHUAHUA, CHIHUAHUA JOINT DECLARATION PREAMBLE THE GOVERNORS OF THE STATES OF ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA, NEW MEXICO AND TEXAS...
  • Jay Ambrose: The Bush plan on immigration - Those Furious Orcs Are Talking

    01/16/2004 8:52:06 AM PST · by Happy2BMe · 39 replies · 283+ views
    Jay Ambrose: The Bush plan on immigrationThose opposed to President Bush's illegal immigration initiatives need to share their answer with us.By JAY AMBROSE, ambrosej@shns.comJanuary 15, 2004 Certain opponents of President Bush's illegal-immigration initiatives seem as furious and combative as Orcs in the "Lord of the Rings" movies, and I have to say some of their points are as excellent as their rhetoric is frightening. Yes, the Bush plan for granting illegals with jobs a three-year extension of their stay can be understood as a subterfuge for amnesty. The plan is indeed unfair to those who have played by the rules,...
  • Opponents Believe They Can Stop Immigration Plan

    01/16/2004 4:00:38 PM PST · by Federalist 78 · 46 replies · 361+ views
    HUMAN EVENTS ^ | Jan 16, 2004 | Joseph A. D'Agostino
    Immigration reform advocates predict that President Bush's immigration plan will not succeed in Congress this year. "It's not going anywhere," said Rep. Tom Tancredo (R.-Colo.), chairman of the Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus. Although some Republican leaders have made vague statements of support for the plan, conservative Republicans and liberal Democrats, together with pro-immigration groups, have all attacked the plan, the latter because it does not ensure a path to citizenship for illegal aliens and new foreign workers. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Sensenbrenner (R.-Wis.) and House Immigration Subcommittee Chairman John Hostettler (R.-Ind.) are immigration hawks who have remained noticeably silent...
  • The strange case of immigration politics

    01/15/2004 7:13:48 PM PST · by Kay Soze · 58 replies · 337+ views
    Washington Times ^ | January 14, 2004 | Tony Blankley
    <p>President Bush's recent, lamentable proposals on illegal immigrants highlight, yet again, that both the Republican and Democratic Parties heed neither public opinion nor their primary governing responsibility to defend and protect the United States, as it relates to illegal immigration.</p>
  • Man sought in woman's slaying may be in U.S.

    01/15/2004 7:47:45 AM PST · by FITZ · 10 replies · 129+ views
    El Paso Times ^ | January 15, 2004 | Daniel Borunda
    A man who allegedly beat a woman to death with a rock in Casas Grandes, Mexico, is believed to have fled to the United States, Chihuahua State Police said. Alicra Galaz Marquez was found dead Sunday morning after she left Camelot, a Casas Grandes nightclub with a man, officials said. The man has been identified, but state police were not releasing his name.
  • Just Enforce the Immigration Law

    01/14/2004 11:02:35 PM PST · by Kay Soze · 6 replies · 121+ views
    Human Events Link on Free Republic Home Page ^ | Jan 14, 2004 | Terence P. Jeffrey
    Just Enforce the Immigration Law by Terence P. Jeffrey Posted Jan 14, 2004 If Congress enacts President Bush's immigration reform plan, liberals immediately will begin pushing to convert it into an unambiguous amnesty by asking questions the plan's Republican defenders will have a hard time answering: Can it be squared with our national ideals of meritocracy and equality before the law? Or will it create an unsustainable caste system in the American work force? As President Bush explained it, the plan would transform "the millions of undocumented men and women now employed in the United States" and "those in foreign...
  • The Illegal-Alien Crime Wave

    01/12/2004 8:51:34 PM PST · by Kay Soze · 9 replies · 403+ views
    City Journal ^ | Winter 2004 | Heather Mac Donald
    City Journal The Illegal-Alien Crime Wave Heather Mac Donald Winter 2004 Some of the most violent criminals at large today are illegal aliens. Yet in cities where the crime these aliens commit is highest, the police cannot use the most obvious tool to apprehend them: their immigration status. In Los Angeles, for example, dozens of members of a ruthless Salvadoran prison gang have sneaked back into town after having been deported for such crimes as murder, assault with a deadly weapon, and drug trafficking. Police officers know who they are and know that their mere presence in the country is...
  • NoAmnesty.com (sponsored by the National Border Patrol Council)

    01/11/2004 10:09:11 PM PST · by lonewacko_dot_com · 34 replies · 218+ views
    NoAmnesty.com ^ | 1/2004 | National Border Patrol Council
    The National Border Patrol Council is the labor organization that represents all 10,000 non-supervisory U.S. Border Patrol employees... On January 7, 2004, President George Bush outlined his proposals for immigration law reform. The National Border Patrol Council finds his proposal to be a slap in the face to each and every man and woman who has ever worn the Border Patrol uniform. Border Patrol Agents risk their lives on a daily basis protecting the citizens of the United States, and many have lost their lives doing so. The President has apparently decided that cheap labor and votes outweigh obedience to...
  • Immigration reform: It didn't work in Europe, and it won't in the U.S.

    01/10/2004 11:30:50 AM PST · by sarcasm · 30 replies · 158+ views
    International Herald Tribune ^ | January 10, 2004 | David Abraham
    PRINCETON, New Jersey President George W. Bush's immigration reform proposal, unveiled on Wednesday, is a classic guest worker program on the European model. As such, it may be doomed from the start: Europe's guest worker programs created as many problems as they solved, and to this day they remain unpopular. Guest worker programs were widely used in Europe from the 1950's through the 1970's, a period of labor shortages. Germany's guest worker program was ended more than two decades ago. Yet Germans still have not resolved the question of what to do with the millions of Turks and Yugoslavs still...
  • Bush immigration "principles" mirror Cornyn bill (Tom Delay Has "Severe Reservations" About Plan)

    01/07/2004 5:02:20 PM PST · by Pubbie · 55 replies · 242+ views
    Associated Press ^ | Jan. 07, 2004 | Associated Press
    WASHINGTON - President Bush effectively threw support behind much of an immigration bill filed by Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, when he laid out his immigration reform proposals in a White House speech Wednesday. Although many believed Bush would model his proposals on a bill filed by Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and other Arizona lawmakers, the president's immigration principles were more in line with Cornyn's. Like Bush's proposal, Cornyn's bill would create a temporary worker program open to foreigners in their native country and illegal immigrants already in the United States. But it does not give the workers a fast track...