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  • Mexico attorney general: We don't need U.S. troops to intervene in drug war

    02/25/2009 9:19:03 AM PST · by AuntB · 74 replies · 3,509+ views
    Dallas Morning News ^ | Feb. 25, 2009 | TODD J. GILLMAN
    Mexico’s attorney general said Tuesday he sees no need for U.S. troops to intervene in his country’s war on drug cartels, nor to gear up for a spillover of violence across the border. U.S. officials view the violence as a potential national security threat, and last month the Bush administration’s homeland security chief, Michael Chertoff, said Washington has drawn up contingency plans for a “surge” of both civilian law enforcement and military assets along the border. On Tuesday, Gov. Rick Perry demanded a tighter security net from Washington, saying he’s asked the Obama administration for more aircraft and “a thousand...
  • Courting Chaos

    05/17/2006 6:47:50 PM PDT · by Seadog Bytes · 15 replies · 485+ views
    The Heritage Foundation ^ | May 17, 2006 | Kris W. Kobach
      Courting Chaos: Senate Proposal Undermines Immigration Lawby Kris W. Kobach WebMemo #1083 May 17, 2006 |   | Once again, the Senate Judiciary Committee has rolled out a massive amnesty for more than 11 million illegal aliens. Rewarding aliens who have violated federal law is bad enough. However, the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act (CIRA, S.2611) does much more than that. Buried deep inside the bill—beginning at page 540—are provisions that would radically alter our immigration courts, making them far less likely to enforce and implement the law faithfully. Not surprisingly, these items have not caught the attention of...

    01/11/2006 12:17:33 PM PST · by Panerai · 15 replies · 813+ views ^ | 01/11/2006 | Howie Carr
    TUITION FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS Should in state tuition be available for illegal aliens? Yes No To take Poll Click Here !
  • Counties want to end medical payments for undocumented workers

    09/25/2004 6:54:18 PM PDT · by JackelopeBreeder · 30 replies · 799+ views
    The Times-News (Idaho) ^ | 25 September 2004 | AP Staff
    COEUR D'ALENE -- The Idaho Association of Counties said it will try to pass legislation next year that would stop local governments from having to pay for medical care of illegal immigrants. The taxpayer-funded organization made the decision at its annual conference this week in northern Idaho. The proposed law would allow county governments to reject financial assistance applications for medical care under the state's indigent medical laws, plus other services currently used by illegal immigrants. Twin Falls County Commissioner Gary Grindstaff said the federal government should be footing the bill, not the counties. "They sneak in here illegally and...
  • Illegal Entry From Mexica to U.S. Spikes

    04/27/2004 12:15:17 PM PDT · by joesnuffy · 91 replies · 1,048+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | Tue, Apr 27, 2004 | OLGA R. RODRIGUEZ
    llegal Entry From Mexico to U.S. Spikes 57 minutes ago By OLGA R. RODRIGUEZ, Associated Press Writer SASABE, Mexico - After a four-year decline, illegal immigration from Mexico is spiking as several thousand migrants a day rush across the border in hopes of getting work visas under a program President Bush (news - web sites) proposed. Many also are trying to beat tighter security to come in June. The U.S. border patrol told The Associated Press that detentions — which it uses to judge illegal migration rates — jumped 25 percent to 535,000 in the six months ending March 31...
  • White House verifies immigration review (Illegal Alien Amnesty Coming!)

    12/12/2003 7:55:03 AM PST · by VU4G10 · 5 replies · 127+ views ^ | 12.12.2003 | By Jerry Seper
    <p>The White House yesterday said a new immigration review is under way that could lead to amnesty for millions of illegal aliens living and working in the United States.</p> <p>Confirmation of the review came during a White House briefing, just two days after Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said during a town hall meeting in Miami that the government had to "afford some kind of legal status" to the 8 million to 12 million illegal aliens in the country.</p>