Immigration

Allan on April 8th, 2014

There’s been a dramatic turnaround for the Romeike family, the German homeschoolers the Obama/Holder Administration was fighting to deport. The Supreme Court refused to hear their case on March 3. So it looked like the end.  But the very next day, the Department of Homeland Security granted  the family “indefinite deferred-action status.”    Why did the Obama [...]

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Allan on March 30th, 2014

On December 12, 2013, six Chinese nationals  were indicted in federal court in Iowa, charged with conspiracy to steal seed corn from three American agribusiness giants (DuPont Pioneer, Monsanto and LG Seeds).   This case  shows that Chinese espionage includes not only military and industrial  targets, but agricultural ones as well. And, it raises grave questions about our [...]

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The Washington Times has calculated that an illegal alien “living in the interior of the U.S.” has less than a one percent chance of being deported. And yet that’s still too much for the open borders fanatics, who don’t want anybody deported.   The Obama Administration, to please pro-amnesty  pressure groups, wants to see how [...]

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Republicans are shaking in their boots about not being able to win the Hispanic vote, and some  are willing to do anything to get it. Congressman  Mick Mulvaney, for example,  is a  Republican representing  South Carolina’s District V   South Carolina.    This representative   recently held a “town meeting” geared toward “Latinos”, at least some of whom are  illegal aliens [...]

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  My family and I recently returned from our annual Christmastime visit to Mexico. Every Christmas, there is a mass temporary migration of Mexicans residing legally in the U.S. to Mexico, in vehicles laden down with luggage and consumer goods, returning to the U.S. after Christmas. We  have joined that long line of cars that [...]

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Allan on November 27th, 2013

On November 24th, near the San Ysidro port of entry, more than 100 hostile aliens attacked the border patrol with water bottles and rocks (which can be deadly, by the way).  What are the ramifications of this incident? For the entire blog entry, click here . Blog entry by Allan Wall, published on VDARE.COM  , on November [...]

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On  October 28th,  George Soros, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, the Chamber of Commerce and other  supporters of an illegal alien amnesty are planning a fly-in to Capitol Hill.  The plan is for 300 “conservative” activists  to influence the House to support amnesty for ilegal aliens.  Among the group are evangelical Christians who support amnesty. For the entire article, click [...]

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The over-the-top arrogance and chutzpah of the illegal alien movement is astounding when you think about it. Illegal aliens break our laws for years, then the most vocal of them (and of course their supporters in the media and political realm) demand more and more, making ordinary taxpaying Americans out to be the bad guys [...]

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Mexico-watcher George W. Grayson, professor at the College of William and Mary in Virginia, has authored a “backgrounder” article  recently published by the Center for  immigration Studies.  It’s entitled “Remittances Abet Mexican Officials´ Irresponsible Behavior”. Dr.   Grayson’s article points out the vested interests of Mexican governors and  other officials in having  Mexicans north of the border  [...]

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The struggle of the German homeschooling Romeike family to receive asylum in the U.S. can be approached from several different angles – religious freedom, homeschooling, immigration, and what appears to be an anti-white bias in the Obama Administration.   Recent news from Germany shows what could happen to the family if they return there. For the [...]

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