illegal immigration

illegal immigration

Services for Sacramento Sheriff Deputies Set for Next Week; Will Brown Attend?

Governor Jerry Brown may rue his welcoming invitation to all Mexicans whether or not they’re citizens. Brown’s judgment proved faulty on October 24 when, during a six-hour rampage, illegal alien Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte shot one motorist and three northern California sheriff’s deputies, killing two of them.

In New York, Freebies to Illegal Immigrants Send Wrong Signal

During months of heated debate about the Senate amnesty bill, advocates repeated some of the same claims over and over again. Among them were that newly legalized aliens would quickly assimilate into America’s social fabric.

While there may be some truth to that, immigration history proves that the steps to assimilation include getting a job and using the money earned from hard work to provide for life’s daily necessities and its pleasures.

Gray Davis Knows Difference between Legal and Illegal Immigration, but…

Shortly after Governor Jerry Brown issued his open invitation to Mexicans to come to the U.S. whether or not they have “permission,” Fox Business News host Neil Cavuto interviewed former California Governor Gray Davis. Cavuto opened by asking Davis if he distinguished between legal and illegal immigration.

Illegal Immigration Corrupts Our Elections

Does Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) want illegal aliens to vote? And is he concerned that maybe they won’t? Some of his recent statements at least raise these possibilities. Gutierrez, the most passionate and outspoken advocate of amnesty in the House, complained that President Obama’s decision to postpone his decree of amnesty until after the November elections will “repress the vote in the immigrant community.”

Central American Migration Subsides – For Now

The heavy flow of Central American youths crossing our border, which drew national attention when it peaked in June, has tapered off significantly since then. Experts suggest a number of reasons. One is simply the hot weather. As a Border Patrol Officer noted, “It’s slowed down . . . due to the heat. Whenever these summer months come along, that translates to less people.” As the weather cools, the crossings may increase.

Border Patrol Agent Says Luis Gutierrez ‘Doesn’t Know What He’s Talking About’

When asked what he thought about U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez’s whine that Central American alien children are fleeing gun violence only to be met at the border by agents with guns, National Border Patrol Council #3307 Vice President and active on-duty agent Chris Cabrera told Fox News that “he [Gutierrez] just really doesn’t know what he’s talking about.”

Central Americans Relocated in Last Frontier States

The distance from McAllen, Texas to Fairbanks, Alaska is about 4,300 miles; from McAllen to Hawaii, about 3,800.

Legal Status for Central America Aliens = Work Permits, Continued American Worker Displacement

Central American alien advocates have advanced near-hysterical levels of rhetoric to support their case. Last month, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley said that, if the administration sent the Central Americans home, they would face “certain death” even though there’s little if any tangible evidence that would be their fate.

Creative Coyotes Transport Aliens to U.S. on Jet Skis

White House-Neutered Border Patrol Watches Helplessly

Here’s a brief but powerful story that underlines how severe the border surge is and the peril the invasion puts America in.

American Outrage over Central American Invasion Mounting

I’ve been reporting on immigration for nearly three decades. Last week had more breaking news, much of it troubling, than any seven-day period since the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act. Stories were developing so quickly that I left my television on all day to be sure that before I filed a story, it had the latest facts included.