illegal immigration

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If You See Something, Say Something

The phrase that serves as the title for my commentary today is plastered all over New York City and has been for years as a way of engaging the residents of the City of New York to encourage them to report any suspicious activities and/or persons to the appropriate authorities.  In

Failed, Corrupt Mexican President Vicente Fox Returns to California

My recent blog that University of Pacific seniors would wear graduation gowns made from recycled plastic bottles, led me to its

San Francisco Sanctuary Champion Sheriff Michael Hennessey to Retire; Good Riddance

In February San Francisco Sheriff Michael Hennessey announced that he will not seek November re-election.

Illegal Immigration: It's Just Business!

Somehow many people still don't understand that both sides of the political aisle are responsible for the ongoing immigration crisis.  There are a number of myths about immigration, and today I will quickly explain my perspectives on an issue I have been intimately involved with for

Amnesty Rears Its Ugly Head, Yet Again

Once again the administration is gearing up for another attempt at ramming amnesty through the legislative process.  Of course the duplicitous politicians, who favor this legislative betrayal of the American citizens and the countless millions of lawful immigrants and their descenda

The Road to Immigration Enforcement Is Slow But Steady

Arizona state Senator Russell Pearce, author of S.B.

Southern Exposure documentary "exposes" U.S. border inconsistencies

Two words used most often to describe the U.S. illegal immigration problem are divisive and political. However a new documentary, Southern Exposure, provides a balanced look at what’s happening at the U.S./Mexican border and sheds light on America’s porous southern border. If you want a bird’s eye view of the tale of two countries and their respective border problems, this two-hour documentary provides the good, the bad and the ugly issues that ranchers, law enforcement and lawmakers contend with on a daily basis.

The Myth of the Border Fence

There is a myth that the immigration crisis can be solved by building a fence.  I recall that a couple of years ago, when I appeared on a national news oriented program to debate one of the many challenges created by the failings of the immigration system, the host of the show dismi

HR 1091, the Long Overdue Border Security Bill

In its March 21 legislative alert, CAPS urged concerned Americans to FAX their U.S.

Oscar-Nominated Film Weaves Illegal Immigration into Story Line

Maria FotopoulosDirector Alejandro González Iñárritu is known for weaving multiple themes into his movies, and his Oscar-nominated Biutiful (for best foreign film and best actor)