Browsing All posts tagged under »Comprehensive Immigration Reform«

Are We Refugeed Out Yet?

March 3, 2017 by


By Daniel Greenfield ~ There are more Iraqis living in the United States than there are in some major cities in Iraq. 156,000 Iraqi refugees have entered this country in just the last decade. 30,000 of those have ended up in California. In Obama’s first year in office, the United States resettled three-quarters of Iraqi […]

Immigration Reform Becomes A Priority…Again

January 13, 2015 by


By Alan Caruba ~ Every few years immigration becomes a political issue and, in truth, it has always been an issue in the minds of generations of Americans from its earliest years. Initially, those who were here, largely from England, wanted others like them, but America was a dynamic place spreading West and with a […]

Aliens Are Not Immigrants

July 9, 2014 by


By Tom McLaughlin ~ Were you to draw a picture of the United States, it would show the familiar outline of our borders with Maine sticking out at the top right, Florida on the bottom right, Texas in the south, and so on. But what’s a border? It’s a boundary within which people declare, uphold, […]

Here We Go Again – Immigration ‘Reform’ Is Back On The Table

April 27, 2010 by


By Michael Cutler An article that appears in this week’s Washington Times makes it clear that the advocates for massive amnesty and a pathway to United States citizenship for unknown numbers of illegal aliens are once again revving up their efforts to make their goals a reality. [picapp align=”right” wrap=”false” link=”term=amnesty+for+illegal+aliens&iid=2080121″ src=”5/b/d/2/Activists_Rally_Against_046c.jpg?adImageId=12670700&imageId=2080121″ width=”234″ height=”160″ /]Comprehensive […]

A People’s Victory

January 22, 2009 by


THE COMMUTATION OF RAMOS AND COMPEAN’S SENTENCES IS A VICTORY FOR THE PEOPLE Michael Cutler On Monday, one of my sons excitedly told me to turn on the television because he had heard that former Border Patrol Agents Ramos and Compean were going to be released. I hurriedly turned on my television and watched with […]