Archive for the ‘illegal immigration’ Category

Labor Torpedoes Immigration Reform

Can you have immigration reform without a viable worker visa program? I think that most would answer no. Without a scheme that provides guest workers sufficient to meet the needs of employers as well as manages the flow of people who want to fill those needs we really just set ourselves up for the next [...]

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Mexico’s Civil War Gets Uncomfortably Close

The war in Mexico is getting a little too close for comfort. From the AP: The first bullets struck El Paso’s city hall at the end of a work day. The next ones hit a¬†university¬†building and closed a major highway. Shootouts in the drug war along the U.S.-Mexico border are sending bullets whizzing across the [...]

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Illegal Immigration: Violence Accompanies The Search For A Better Life

Pretty much by accident I came across this article in the Phoenix New Times just as I was about to call it a night. It’s about the brutality that accompanies illegal immigration. I personally considered the new Arizona law (SB 1070) which attempted to address the illegal immigration problem a poorly considered piece of legislation. [...]

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