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Tag Archives: Immigration
In Aug. 2007, the Bush administration announced that it would try something no modern administration has succeeded in doing: enforcing the immigration laws. More specifically, the administration wants to institute serious fines for any employer who fails to fire workers … Continue reading
A Behind the scenes look at “Executive Amnesty” This is something that I have been waiting for, for quite some time now. The following is a synopsis of an article as put forth by the Associated Press and where appropriate … Continue reading
When it is time to crack the whip..! Given the current leadership of our Nation as well as certain other leaders who for their time did a bit more than the current administration, yet let us not kid ourselves, in … Continue reading
NUMBERSUSA, FAIR, and Common Sense In general, migrants are not desperate beings willing to risk everything for a chance of a better life as human activists and politicians often portray them to be. Neither is human mobility reduced to “acts … Continue reading
MEDIA OVERREACH Okay then, Okay, and OK! Now before we get too serious on our overreach series we decided that the following is one of those “Fun articles” that we would be doing from time to time inasmuch as between … Continue reading
LOOKING AT DEMAND THEORY WITH A PERSPECTIVE ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION Our two previous posts have dealt with simple definitions and explanations concerning economic theory in particular, the demand side of what we have always been told that the study of … Continue reading
TIME TO REVIEW VISA UNDERSTANDING… If one were to look at the array of visas offered to potential immigrants from other countries, allow me to say that their options are ready just about everything one could possible imagine. Just as … Continue reading
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler said Friday that same-sex marriages performed in Utah – but thrown into question there amid a court battle – would be recognized in Maryland. “It is an affront to the idea of basic human rights … Continue reading
We chose to write this little ditty about one of the most respected members of the Founding Era. Alexander Hamilton was the type of person who earned others’ respect. Actually this piece was written as a precursor to another set … Continue reading
Illegal Alien Protests Become Increasingly Brazen and Aggressive Imbued with a growing sense of entitlement to amnesty, illegal aliens and their supporters have become increasingly aggressive in pressing their demands. Among their new tactics is outright intimidation of public officials. … Continue reading