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Amnesty for Millions of Illegal Aliens--Without Congressional Action

There is a famous question that asks, "If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one there, does it make a sound?"  I would suggest a slightly different question, "If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one there, does it matter if it makes a sound?"

Growing Human Misery on American Farms

One of the most common accusations made by advocates for open borders and sweeping amnesty programs for the unknown millions of illegal aliens present in our country is that those of us who demand that our nation secure our borders against unlawful entry of aliens and create an immigration system with real integrity – a system that can only be achieved by effectively enforcing the immigration laws – are “anti-immigrant” and bigots. It has been said that when an attorney is in court and weak on the facts and strong on the law, he pounds the law.

Doing the Jobs America Won't Do

In 2007, a trial was conducted in federal court that resulted from the lawsuit filed by the ACLU seeking to prevent the city of Hazleton, Pennsylvania from enforcing ordinances that would punish landlords who could be shown to have knowingly rented apartments to illegal aliens and w

Hospitals Lobby for Illegal Alien Health Care

On June 8, the American Hospital Association wrote to President Barack Obama asking that in any comprehensive immigration reform legislation Congress may consider it includes

Hazleton Supreme Court Ruling Huge Win for Barletta, Kobach and Patriots

The Supreme Court ruled this week to void a September lower court decision that blocked a Hazleton cit

Immigration and Voting

One of the most important hallmarks of a true democratic country is the voting process.  Through this process the citizens of a country get to voice their approval or disapproval for the jobs that those who are supposed to represent them are doing.

U.S. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Arizona's Law that Punishes Employers of Illegal Aliens

Earlier this week, the United States Supreme Court rendered an extremely important decision--it ruled, by a margin of 5 to 3, that an immigration law enacted by the State of Arizona in 2007 that would punish companies that could be proven to have knowingly hired illegals is constitu

What's in a Name?

When we introduce ourselves to others we start out by telling our name.  The most fundamental conversation usually starts with the question, "Who are you?  What's your name?"

Human Trafficking Worth Billions

Maria FotopoulosBy failing to effectively enforce U.S. immigration laws, our government essentially is supporting human trafficking.

Maryland Fights Back Against Governor O’Malley and His DREAM Act

CAPS' recent lead website article exposed how illegal alien students at major universities unfairly access affirmative action.

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