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2014 Colorado election voting guides
CAIRCO

Here is a compilation of 2014 Colorado election voting guides that focus on the issue of mass immigration.

2014 Candidate Immigration Comparisons, NumbersUSA. Congressional voting report, FAIR. Colorado voter guide: U.S. Senate race, 9News, September 22, 2014.

CAIRCO encourages you to research candidates and...

2 Anglo candidates to face off in Spanish debate in 6th Congressional District
The Denver Channel

Two candidates for Colorado's sixth congressional district are facing off in a historic Spanish-language debate.

Organizers say the encounter Thursday between Republican Rep. Mike Coffman and his Democratic challenger Andrew Romanoff will be the first time two congressional candidates who are not of Hispanic descent...

Immigration overhaul on track despite GOP resistance
MSN News

Whether Congress likes it or not, an immigration overhaul  (amnesty) is on the way. 

After delaying a promised plan to revamp the nation’s deportation policies amid political pressure, President Obama is on track to move forward after the election and before the end of the year.

Details are still scarce, but...

Down but not out, Sen. Mark Udall depends on Latinos to defeat Rep. Cory Gardner
The Denver Post

In the basement of a northwest Denver office building, blue "Latinos con Udall" signs adorned the wall behind Arturo Rodriguez as he pressed the need for immigration reform and appealed to the crowd in the small room ...

"Those of us who are Latinos, we know we're family-oriented," said Rodriquez, the national...

Dems' best friends are cranky, recent polls show
Support from youth, Hispanic, and single women may be ebbing
The Denver Channel

The Republican National Committee is sending around an email with the subject line, “Holes in the Dem Coalition.” It highlights a trio of recent polls that show some of the Democrats most supportive groups getting cranky: Hispanics, young voters and unmarried women ...

According to a new poll from the Pew Research...

Poll focused on Hispanics puts Udall up 45-44 over Gardner
Fox 31

Colorado has been notoriously difficult for national pollsters in recent election cycles because of a tendency to underestimate the number of Hispanic voters who ultimately cast ballots.

Looking to get a better understanding of Hispanic turnout with six days to go in the 2014 election, Colorado pollster Kevin Ingham...

U.S. Immigration Laws Face New Scrutiny After Killings
The New York Times

It would seem to be a worst case that opponents of the Obama administration on immigration had long forecast: An illegal immigrant — one who had been deported twice, yet returned to the country each time — is accused of killing two Northern California sheriff’s officers in a six-hour shooting rampage Friday ...

After...
Arizona sheriff ordered to undergo training to stop racial profiling
MSN News

A U.S. federal judge on Tuesday ordered a controversial Arizona sheriff to undergo the same training as his deputies to prevent racial profiling and unlawful detention in the wake of the lawman's recent comments.

U.S. District Court Judge Murray Snow criticized sheriff Joe Arpaio during a hearing in Phoenix for...

Non-citizen immigrants who voted in 2008 and 2010 may have swung elections
Fox News Latino

Immigrants who are not naturalized, and therefore are ineligible to vote, are casting ballots, according to two Virginia political scientists.

The political scientists, who are professors at Old Dominion University, say their research found that while the number of immigrants who vote despite not being naturalized is...

La Raza [The Race] Promotes Washington Post Guide On Where People Can Vote Without An ID
Daily Caller

The pro-amnesty Hispanic activist organization the National Council of La Raza [The Race] helpfully promoted a Washington Post article explaining which states people can vote in without having to use a photo ID.

“Voter ID laws are at-issue across the country, with newly Republican-controlled legislatures having...

The Voter-ID Myth Crashes
Enough non-citizens vote to decide close elections, a new study shows. Guess which party they favor?
National Review

...The Democrats have made a number of arguments against voter-ID laws. They argue a) that the problem of voter impersonation or in-person voter fraud is nonexistent; b) that black and poor voters are more likely than others to lack a valid ID; and c) that Republicans are attempting to “suppress” the votes of Democratic...

Man accused of killing deputies used [several] aliases, fake birthdate
The Los Angeles Times

The man accused of killing two sheriff’s deputies during a six-hour rampage in Northern California last week appeared to use several aliases and birth dates to avoid being identified and deported ...

A law enforcement source familiar with the case said Monroy has used at least three names and two birth dates in...

Immigration officer union sounds alarm over DHS order for millions of blank work permits, green cards
Fox News

A union that represents thousands of federal immigration officers is raising alarm after the U.S. government ordered supplies to create millions of blank work permits and green cards, touching off speculation that the Obama administration may be preparing executive action on immigration.

The Associated Press reported...

Obama’s immigration plan would hurt black workers: Civil-rights commissioner
Washington Times
A member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights told President Obama Monday that the administration’s reported plan to grant work permits to millions of illegal immigrants of illegal immigrants would have a harmful effect on black American workers.   Peter Kirsanow, a Republican appointee to the panel, said in a letter to...
Citizenship and Immigration Service Employees Plead: Don't Let Obama's 'Massive Unilateral Amnesty' Go Through
Breitbart
In a message to the American people, the president of the union representing 12,000 United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) adjudicators and personnel is warning about President Obama’s plans for executive amnesty.   The statement, obtained in advance by Breitbart News, finds National Citizenship and...
Non-Citizen Voting and the 2014 Election
National Review

The Washington Post created a stir last week when it published a piece by two political scientists that revealed the findings from their study on non-citizen voting. Using some survey data, they found that 6.4 percent of non-citizens voted in 2008 and 2.2 percent voted in 2010.

These numbers are admittedly small,...

Man facing deportation claims sanctuary in Denver church basement
The Denver Post

First Unitarian Society of Denver on Sunday officially welcomed a Mexican man who is living in the church basement to avoid deportation.

The church on Lafayette Street in Denver is providing sanctuary for Arturo Hernandez Garcia, 41, a native of Chihuahua, Mexico, who has been living in the country illegally.

...

2 deputies killed in California: Arpaio critical of feds, suspect has Arizona ties
AZ Central

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio expressed his concern Sunday evening with the federal government's "backdoor amnesty" on immigration, when it was revealed that the suspect in Friday's series of shootings in California, that left two sheriff's deputies dead, had Arizona ties and had been deported on two occasions.
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Denver charter schools face long list of requirements for ELLs [English-language learners]
The Denver Post

No public school in Denver can claim the academic accolades of Denver School of Science and Technology, or DSST, a network of charter schools vying to create schools as diverse as the city. No public school in Denver had lower academic growth than SOAR Oakland, a northeast Denver charter school that tried to turn around a...

After fatal shootings, officials try to find a reason for the violence
Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamonte, 34, is in the United States illegally and was twice deported
The Los Angeles Times

The survivor of a shooting rampage that killed two Northern California sheriff's deputies remained hospitalized Sunday as authorities searched for a reason for the violence ...

Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamonte, 34, who is in the United States illegally and was twice deported, was booked on suspicion of murder,...

[illegal alien] Migrant forced to give birth in shackles granted US visa
MSN News

Juana Villegas was heading home from a doctors appointment in July 2008 when police in Nashville, Tennessee, pulled her over. Her three children sat in the car as officers asked Villegas for her driver’s license ...

Last week, six years of protracted legal battles produced an important milestone as Villegas became...

The stories that grab your attention online
The Post Independent

We know what you read.

Not you individually, and we can’t tell easily or as accurately what people read in print, but we know what attracts readers at Postindependent.com, our website ...

Last week’s story about eight drug arrests and seizures of methamphetamine, cocaine, cash and guns drew 5,000 page views in...

Hispanic leaders give Democrats ultimatum on deportations
Fox News Latino

Hispanic leaders from a dozen U.S. states have delivered an ultimatum to the Democratic Party, threatening to back an independent candidate in the 2016 presidential election, legislator Luis Gutierrez, if the Obama administration does not halt deportations of undocumented migrants.

The Chicago-based organization...

Cory Gardner Panders With “Hispanic Values Ad”—But What About White Coloradans?
VDare
Colorado Republican Senate candidate Cory Gardner is pandering to Hispanics rather than appealing to American patriotism. The proof: an embarrassing ad full of Beltway Right wishful thinking about Hispanics that practically endorses the Hispanicization of the United States. It won’t work: if Gardner ekes out a win it will...
Three decades after order, Denver schools still struggle to teach English
The Denver Post

Three decades after federal courts ordered Denver Public Schools to better serve English learners, its efforts remain plagued by inconsistencies and a large number of students who haven't shown progress in learning the language.

The district is two years into its latest plan to educate English learners, who make up...

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