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  • 2012 Presidential Hopefuls' Immigration Stances

    07/28/2011 5:56:32 PM PDT · by rob777 · 16 replies
    Numbers USA ^ | 07/27/11
    ... Why these people? Their appearance here is based on the interest they have shown in potentially running for President, and in the interest that the news media has in them, plus their standing in preference polling. We will be adding other people to – and removing people from – the grid as these levels of interest shift. Why these categories? The 12 categories on this grid deal with the vast majority of problems with current immigration policies that grant more than 1 million permanent work visas to immigrants each YEAR, and which allow an estimated 7 million jobs in...
  • Obama aunt anguished by separation

    12/01/2009 6:20:44 AM PST · by rellimpank · 19 replies · 1,157+ views
    AP ^ | 01 dec 09
    --link only--as it is an AP story, I'm not sure about posting--
  • [Mexico:]81 Chinese immigrants arrested

    03/10/2007 8:06:48 AM PST · by SwinneySwitch · 8 replies · 507+ views
    El Universal.com ^ | March 10, 2007
    Federal police detained 81 Chinese immigrants and 22 immigration agents on Friday after the Chinese were discovered hiding in the Cancún airport terminal, possibly with the protection of Mexican immigration officers Sábado 10 de marzo de 2007 CANCÚN - Federal police detained 81 Chinese immigrants and 22 immigration agents on Friday after the Chinese were discovered hiding in the Cancún airport terminal, possibly with the protection of Mexican immigration officers. The 53 Chinese men and 28 women arrived on a flight from Europe late Thursday. Because of a lack of interpreters, police were unable to glean more details. "We don´t...
  • Postmodern “Rights” en Los Estados Unidos

    04/17/2006 6:58:25 AM PDT · by rellimpank · 16 replies · 489+ views
    NRO ^ | 17 Apr 06 | Heather MacDonald
    With last month's mass demonstrations of illegal aliens, the United States has entered the era of postmodern rights. The protesters looked like conventional rights demonstrators, with their raised fists, chants, and banners. But unlike political protesters of the past, the illegal-alien marchers invoked no legal basis for their claims. Their argument boils down to: "We are here, therefore we have a right to the immigration status we desire." Like the postmodern signifier, this legal claim refers to nothing outside of itself; it is, in the jargon of deconstruction, a presence based on an absence.