|Tucson Citizen sc
Feds: Deport migrant prisoners
Programs in Arizona and New York aimed at cutting the prison sentences of certain immigrant inmates so they can be deported faster have federal officials urging other states to adopt similar policies. -- Officials in the two states say they have saved millions by turning over for early deportation...
|San Francisco Chronicle
ICE raid snags twice-deported convict
Manassas, Va. -- A twice-deported gang member and illegal [alien] who had been convicted of attempted murder in New York was among the 34 workers arrested Monday during federal raids in Manassas. -- Carlos Moran-Bravo, of Mexico, now faces federal charges for re-entering the country...
|Dallas Morning News
ICE raids Latino night clubs in Dallas
A task force led by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement raided more than two dozen mostly Latino night clubs, restaurants, pool halls and other businesses Saturday night, arresting 49 [illegal aliens] employed as security guards, officials said....
|Clarion Ledger -- Jackson, Mississippi
SB 2988 will work, must not be weakened
The Mississippi Employment Protection Act, SB 2988, became law on Monday, March 17. SB 2988 passed with overwhelming bipartisan support. African-American, white, Republican and Democratic legislators voted for this measure. It passed the Senate 52-0 and the House 112-8. Mississippi citizens should thank our leaders...
U.S. Embassy says CU student killed in robbery attempt in Mexico
Boulder, Colo. -- The U.S. Embassy in Mexico City says a University of Colorado student was shot and killed in an attempted robbery in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. -- Embassy spokeswoman Judith Bryan says 21-year-old David Parrish of Boulder was shot when he resisted the robbery attempt on Wednesday.
|Lawrence (Kansas) Journal-World
Dispute intensifies over illegal aliens
Two days of debate in the Kansas Legislature showed the wide range of opinion and emotion on the issue of illegal immigration both in the Capitol and across the state as e-mails flooded the inboxes of legislators. -- Many of the e-mails accused lawmakers of supporting bills that were too weak, some calling legislators traitors and idiots and referring to some as “Amigo Senator.”
|Jeffrey Schmidt - The American Thinker
Another unconservative moment from John McCain
John McCain's unconservativism was on display this past Wednesday in Los Angeles. Perhaps not in all ways, but in one telling way. Before a gathering of the World Affairs Council, the Arizona senator outlined his thinking on national security and foreign policy. The speech's larger elements have received plenty of coverage. One element did not.
9 arrested by Customs in raid on Flowood restaurant
Flowood, Miss. -- Federal agents arrested eight people they suspect to be illegal immigrants in a raid that closed a Flowood restaurant. -- Agents closed Stix, a Japanese chain restaurant, during the raid Friday. It is unclear what the nationality is of the eight people arrested. A ninth person was arrested later in the day.
|Seeing Red AZ
Sheriff Arpaio doing the job he was elected to do
A couple of days ago we read that Phoenix Mayor, “Sanctuary City” Phil Gordon, was ”disappointed” that Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio isn’t coordinating his law enforcement efforts with Gordon’s onetime chief of police, Jack Harris. After retiring, Harris was rehired and gifted by Gordon with the new civilian job title, Phoenix Public Safety Manager.
|Santa Rosa (Calif.) Press-Democrat
Eagle Forum: Stop illegal immigration flood
Nearly 200 people attended a Rohnert Park conference Saturday about maintaining American sovereignty in the face of rising globalism, and stemming the tide of illegal immigration from Mexico. -- Speakers played to the fears of a receptive audience, espousing views that warned of a possible merger of the United States with Mexico and Canada into a North American Union, and denouncing "anchor babies..."
|Joe Guzzardi -- VDare.com
Leisure industry considers new idea (for it).... hiring Americans!
For most Americans, cherry blossoms, warmer days and longer nights mark spring’s arrival. -- In the patriotic immigration reform movement, however, we know spring is here when the Chamber of Commerce and small businesses start to whine about the lack of seasonal workers and the urgent need to issue more H-2B visas.
|Frederick News-Post -- Frederick County, Maryland
"Immigrants" speak out at community workshop
For Frederick's immigrants, acclimating to U.S. culture is no easy task. From different customs to strange foods, the journey of an immigrant doesn't end with a new address. -- Friday, more than 70 people from local advocacy and civic groups met at Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church's community center building...
|Dallas Morning News
Drug cartels operate training camps near Texas border just inside Mexico
Cd. Camargo, Tamps., Mex. -- The ranch near this border community is isolated, desolate and laced by arroyos an ideal place, experts say, for training drug cartel assassins. -- Mexican drug cartels have conducted military-style training camps in at least six such locations in northern Tamaulipas and Nuevo León states...
|Cliff Kincaid -- News with Views
McCain's incoherent New World Order
In his March 26 speech to the Los Angeles World Affairs Council, McCain never mentioned the need to preserve American sovereignty. He could have reassured conservatives by stating his forthright opposition to Senate ratification of the U.N.’s Law of the Sea Treaty, which provides for international control over billions of dollars worth of oil...
|Providence (Rhode Island) Journal
Immigration order draws praise, ire
Governor Carcieri’s executive order cracking down on illegal immigration met with backlash yesterday from Rhode Island Democratic Party leaders who accused him of “mandating racial profiling” and from immigrant advocates who accused him of scapegoating and inflaming the debate. It was the talk of talk radio, positive and negative.