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Left Begins Effort to Publicize Gaps in Border Fence

A coalition of investigative journalists to include the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) recently announced a public project to map border infrastructure used to hopefully minimize unlawful crossing and other illegal activities...

The Center for Investigative Reporting’s map of a U.S./Mexico border fence,...

Legal Immigration: Lifeblood of the Left
National Review Online

Federal immigration policy has allowed about 30 million legal immigrants to settle permanently in the United States since 1980. This has affected all areas of American life, not the least being electoral politics.

Progressives openly debate the immigration issue in political terms...

A new report published...

Video: Earth Day 2014 - Let's choose sustainable immigration
Progressives for Immigration Reform

Since its inception in 1970, Earth Day has been an opportunity to bring global awareness to the fragility of our environment and the urgent need to take protective measures to sustain it. Celebrating its 44th year, Earth Day has helped galvanize over one billion people in 192 countries who participate in year-round advocacy...

U.S. considers curbing deportations
The change could shield many who are being punished solely for repeated violations of immigration policies
The Denver Post
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is weighing limiting deportations of immigrants living in the U.S. illegally who don't have serious criminal records, according to two people with knowledge of his deliberations.

The change, if adopted following an ongoing review ordered by President Barack Obama, could shield tens...

3 Human Smugglers To Be Sentenced In Federal Court
San Diego 6

Three Californians who smuggled people into the United States from Mexico in exchange for cash were scheduled to be sentenced at the federal courthouse in downtown San Diego Monday. 

Phillip Kubeck, 54, and his wife, Roselia Kubeck, 48, both of Calexico, and Earl Allen, 42, of Woodland, each pleaded guilty to...

Utah day laborers [includes illegal aliens] lining up for more ‘doing’
Home Depot an unwitting focal point for aggressive job-seeker competition
The Salt Lake Tribune

The woman stops for breakfast at McDonald’s by Home Depot on 2100 South near I-15 in Salt Lake City. But she parks near a cluster of day laborers seeking work standing along the busy street’s sidewalk.

They quickly surround her car holding up one finger — asking in Spanish and English if she wants one worker. Some...

[Boston Bomber story] Triple murder suspect got U.S. visa through Portland group
Ibragim Todashev has ties to the Boston Marathon bombers and was killed by FBI agents last year
Portland Press Herald

Collins, R-Maine, told the Commerce, Justice, and Science Appropriations Subcommittee at a hearing this month that the Portland-based Council on International Education Exchange issued a J-1 work-study visa to murder suspect Ibragim Todashev in 2008.

A suspect in three unsolved murders in Waltham, Mass., who had ties...

Racist University President judges success on skin color - video - Western Washington University President Seeks to Ensure Students, Faculty Are Less White

According to Bruce Shepard, president of Western Washington University (WWU), a university’s success is based not on its curriculum but on the color of its student body and faculty. In a school-wide questionnaire, the WWU community was asked, “How do we make sure that in future years 'we are not as white as we are today...

Court Deportations Drop 43 Percent in Last Five Years
The New York Times

New deportation cases brought by the Obama administration in the nation’s immigration courts have been declining steadily since 2009 and judges have increasingly ruled against deportations, leading to a 43 percent drop in the number of deportations through the courts in the last five years, according to Justice Department...

State resolution urges Obama to suspend deportations
State Sen. Lou Correa, D-Santa Ana, introduced the measure seeking a suspension of the deportation of unauthorized immigrants ...
Orange County Register

State Sen. Lou Correa, D-Santa Ana, introduced a resolution Monday urging President Barack Obama to suspend any further deportations of unauthorized immigrants, asking for “a more humanitarian immigration policy that keeps families together.”

Correa’s resolution proposed in the California Legislature is part of a...

Study finds more immigrants equals more Democrats - and more losses for GOP
Washington Times

Republicans are famously divided on immigration reform [amnesty for illegal aliens], but Democrats pretty much unanimously support it. There's a reason for that...

"The enormous flow of legal immigrants into the country — 29.5 million from 1980 to 2012 — has remade and continues to remake the nation's electorate in...

Sen. Sessions Comes Out Swinging Against Secretive House Immigration Push

Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), the ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee and arguably the leading intellectual force against amnesty in Congress, is coming out hard against a proposal backed by Majority Leader Eric Cantor to grant amnesty to illegal alien DREAMers who enlist in the military.

“We are now in a...

Tancredo Calls Out DPS Over Hiring Teachers Who Aren’t Legal Residents

Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo is calling for the superintendent of Denver Public Schools to resign over a program that allows for the hiring of teachers who came to the country illegally.

The program is part of a directive from the Obama administration called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals,...

Immigration bill vote may be on the horizon
9 News

Rep. Jared Polis said Tuesday 191 House Democrats have signed a petition aimed at forcing the GOP-controlled chamber to vote on an immigration bill.

That's 27 signatures short of the 218 required. Supporters have until the end of this year to collect the necessary number.

Polis and a handful of other backers...

Are Millions of Africans about to Swarm into a More Open Europe?
Limits To Growth

The spring sailing season is getting off to a roaring start in the Mediterranean, where 18,000 diverse welfare seekers from Africa and the Middle East have boarded boats headed to soft-touch Europe since the beginning of this year.

On Thursday, the Italian navy reported it had “rescued” 1000 African boaters over 24...

Hoping for Asylum, Migrants Strain U.S. Border
New York Times

...After six years of steep declines across the Southwest, illegal crossings have soared in South Texas while remaining low elsewhere. The Border Patrol made more than 90,700 apprehensions in the Rio Grande Valley in the past six months, a 69 percent increase over last year.

The migrants [illegal aliens] are no...

Denver Public Schools: Read the story of another teacher who was facing unpaid leave
Denver Westword

For this week's cover story, "Wrong Answer," we spoke with five of the teachers behind a lawsuit against Denver Public Schools. Their complaint? That DPS is unfairly using a provision of the state's landmark 2010 teacher-effectiveness law to get rid of good teachers like themselves.

And those five teachers aren't the...

Frustrated immigration [amnesty] activists target Democrats
Orange County Register

Dulce Saavedra emerged from jail last week shaken but convinced that she and fellow immigration [amnesty] activists are on the right path – demonstrating against the very politicians they helped elect.  

One of six protesters arrested Monday for disrupting congressional offices, Saavedra is emblematic of a new...

Denver hires teachers who came to U.S. illegally as children
Chicago Tribune

The Denver Public School system is allowing immigrants [illegal aliens] who have resided illegally in the United States since they were children to teach in its classrooms under a relaxed employment policy advanced by the Obama administration, district officials said this week.

Superintendent Tom Boasberg said in a...

DPS to hire previously undocumented immigrants [illegal aliens]

...DPS is working with Teach for America to bring in people with an official status of "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals" as determined by the federal government. Part of the requirements for DACA status is that a person must have been brought to the United States under the age of 16 and have a clean criminal record....

New massive wave of illegal immigration coming

For USA Today, Alan Gomez wrote this week that “there is growing consensus that changes in the economies of Latin America and the U.S. are creating the perfect climate for another wave of undocumented immigrants racing north.”

Gomez cites a recent report from the Inter-American Development Bank that concludes Latin...

Spike in Illegal Alien Arrests Force Border Patrol Agents to South Texas

The United States Border Patrol recently announced mass reassignments and post-academy deployments to the south Texas region of the U.S./Mexico border amid spikes in arrests. Though the action is considered long overdue, leading border security experts have praised the move.

Breitbart Texas’ Contributing Editor and...

On Jeb’s 'Act Of Love': Republicans Should Keep Looking For A Presidential Candidate
Fox News Latino

Call it the Jeb Bush, establishment-Republican variation on “they are just looking for a better life” cliché. And let’s just call him “Jeb.”

In what should be the last words of a viable presidential campaign probe, Jeb defends the victims of borders who illegally enter the remnants of the Republic and take American...

Three arrested at Rep. Loretta Sanchez's D.C. office
Three immigration activists were arrested Monday at Rep. Loretta Sanchez’s D.C. office.
Orange County Register

Three Orange County immigration activists Monday were arrested Monday at Rep. Loretta Sanchez’s Washington office.

Part of California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance, the activists sought a meeting with Sanchez to urge her to encourage President Obama to stop deportations ...

Members of Sanchez’s staff...
Texas mulls adding Mexican-American studies course
Fox News

The Texas Board of Education is considering adding a Mexican-American studies course as a statewide high school elective, a move that proponents say would give students a deeper understanding of their state, where Hispanics make up a majority of public school students and which was once part of Mexico.