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2014 Colorado election voting guides

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...

Brand-name doomed Denver-area [from Mexico] heroin dealers
Related: Front Range Drug Task Force Takes Down Major Heroin Drug Trafficking Organization With A Connection To Mexico
The Denver Post

On the streets of Denver, "Los Castores" became a known brand among heroin users and dealers.

But that brand recognition also attracted the attention of police, according to documents filed in connection with a drug case U.S. District Court in Denver.

The U.S. Attorney's Office on Tuesday announced the...

Rules and Paperwork Keep Long Island’s [UAC] Immigrant Children From Classroom
MSN News

Before dawn breaks and the morning light spills onto his bedroom floor, Carlos Garcia Lobo bounces out of bed, his eyes alight with anticipation, and asks his mother if he can go to school.

Each time, she replies to her 8-year-old son: Not yet.

Four months after fleeing Honduras with a 15-year-old cousin,...

'Mango House' helps refugees transition to American life
9 News

Hidden among the small shops and bus stops that line East Colfax Avenue lies a home created for those who have had to leave their own.

The Mango House, owned by Dr. PJ Parmar, is a new place for international political refugees now living in and around Aurora to go for medical, dental and educational services.

Officials say Mexican cartel leader arrested while shopping in Texas
The Los Angeles Times

The top leader of Mexico's notorious Gulf cartel has been arrested while shopping in south Texas, U.S. officials announced Tuesday.

Juan Francisco Saenz-Tamez, 23, of Camargo, in Tamaulipas state, was indicted by a U.S. grand jury in September 2013 on suspicion of drug trafficking stretching from Texas and Florida to...

Obama Administration Quietly Prepares 'Surge' Of Millions Of New Immigrant IDs

...the Obama administration has quietly begun preparing to issue millions of work authorization permits, suggesting the implementation of a large-scale executive amnesty may have already begun.

Unnoticed until now, a draft solicitation for bids issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Oct. 6 says...

Election: Colorado Governor Hickenlooper’s Greatest Hits

One would think that Governor John Hickenlooper of Colorado was taking his executive duties seriously when he aggressively lobbied for (using the help and money of the gun control groups’ ringleader Mayor Bloomberg) and later signed into law monumental gun control legislation in March 2013. The laws expanded background...

Nazis expelled from U.S. still were [are] paid millions in Social Security
The Denver Post

Dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals and SS guards collected millions of dollars in U.S. Social Security benefits after being forced out of the United States, an Associated Press investigation has found. The payments, underwritten by American taxpayers, flowed through a legal loophole that gave the U.S. Justice Department...

When Immigration Expansionists Use a Word, It Means Just What They Choose It to Mean
National Review Online

Some interesting items in the Friday news dump from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services: Certain illegal aliens from Honduras and Nicaragua are having their amnesty extended, and USCIS is establishing the “Haitian Family Reunification Parole Program.”

The common element in these three developments is...

Hispanics have highest rate of on-the-job fatalities in Colorado
The Denver Post

When Pedro Carreño Arrazola fell to his death while working on a roof in Colorado Springs, he was among the first people — and maybe the first Latino — killed on the job in the state in 2014.

While on-the-job deaths in the U.S., including Colorado, declined in the past seven years for all workers, the rate among...

Feds, local law enforcement clash over immigration arrests
Federal authorities acknowledge that the new strategy is potentially more dangerous to officers and the community
Orange County Register

To Zoila Rodriguez, it felt like a kidnapping. To law-enforcement officials, it felt what has become in recent months like a typical arrest.

Unidentified authorities in unmarked cars stopped a van that Rodriguez’s husband, grandson, and others were in on their way to the Orange County Courthouse in Santa Ana....

Hickenlooper responds to “Rocky Mountain Heist” with “Rocky Mountain Height”
The Denver Post

The one-hour Citizens United film that accuses the political left of highjacking Colorado makes its debate Saturday afternoon. Gov. John Hickenlooper released his funny reply, “Rocky Mountain Height” Saturday morning.

In the characteristically funny ad, a guy played by stand-up comedian and writer Adam Cayton-Holland...

Obama Quietly Begins Unilateral Immigration Reform [amnesty for illegal aliens]
White House Dossier

President Obama Friday made a downpayment on the sweeping immigration “reform” he is expected to unilaterally declare once the elections are out of the way, permitting up to around 100,000 prospective Haitian immigrants to bypass immigration law and enter the country.

The move, a typical Friday announcement designed...

Demand outpaces driver's licenses for immigrants in Colorado
[Related] Hundreds gather in July for a public workshop in Denver on the law making Colorado residents in the country illegally eligible for driver's licenses
The Los Angeles Times

For Cristina Chavez it has become a middle-of-the-night ritual. For the last two months, after a long shift of cleaning offices, the 33-year-old who is in this country illegally logs onto her computer about 1 a.m., trying for her first driver's license in America.

But each time the result is the same: no appointment...

Obama putting key priorities on hold until after midterm election
Although President Obama has promised to use "pen and phone" to work around an uncooperative Congress on key priorities, such as immigration reform ...
The Los Angeles Times

President Obama is taking time out from his much-trumpeted "year of action" to observe a period more important to his Democratic allies in Congress: the season of campaigning.

One by one, the Obama administration is setting aside key priorities, in the hope that voters won't do the same to his fellow Democrats.

Senate Judiciary Republicans to Obama: Stop Issuing Visas to Ebola-Stricken Countries Now

Republicans from the Senate Judiciary Committee are demanding that President Barack Obama immediately stop issuing visas to people from Ebola-stricken nations in West Africa.

“As members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which has oversight over immigration and visa policies, we write to express our grave concerns...

The dirty endorsement may clean up politics
Chicago Tribune

The political world is all atwitter over the decision by the Denver Post, in most years a reliably Democratic newspaper, to endorse Republican Cory Gardner for the Senate seat currently held by Mark Udall.

Democrats are not happy. Former Sen. Gary Hart blasted the choice as "one of the worst endorsement decisions,...

Cory Gardner’s Town Shapes Immigration View

Andrea Hermosillo rode for hours to protest at her neighbor’s office.

The high school junior lives only a few blocks from GOP Senate candidate Cory Gardner in Yuma, a small town on Colorado’s high plains.

But this summer, Hermosillo went to the congressman’s main office, in a city closer to Denver in Gardner’s...

Colorado politics: Who’s afraid of ‘Rocky Mountain Heist?’
Michelle Malkin / Creators Syndicate

Free at last! I’m silent no more. Now, the story can be told.

Democrats here in my adopted state of Colorado did not want the new political documentary I hosted to see the light of day. They lost. This week, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an emergency injunction declaring that our movie deserved the same...

Latino vote will not be major factor in tight midterm races, Pew study say
Fox News Latino

The share of Latino eligible voters has been growing steadily, making up a record 11 percent of all people who will be able to cast a ballot in November ...

The study noted that a record 25.2 million Latinos are eligible to vote in November’s midterm elections, reflecting a rise of 3.9 million Latinos voters since...

Thousands released after immigration holds denied
MSN News

Immigration officials say local authorities across the U.S. released thousands of immigrants from jails this year despite efforts to take them into federal custody, including more than 3,000 with previous felony charges or convictions.

The numbers are the first time federal immigration authorities have publicly...

No way - you will not make Australia home - video
Australia's approach to defending its border
Government of Australia

This video is produced in English by the Australian Government to ensure transparency of translated anti-people smuggling communication material being delivered to people offshore.

Recent Summit County graduate Leon Rivas back in immigrant lockup
The Summit Daily

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has once again detained Jaime Leon Rivas.

The plan on Oct. 10 was to drive to the Aurora Detention Facility with his girlfriend, visit a relative who was facing deportation and return to Summit County, specifically to the courthouse in Breckenridge.

Leon Rivas and his...

The Staggering Immigration Poll Numbers Driving Even Democrats To Denounce Amnesty

... Paragon Insights, a little-known firm that is on the NRSC's payroll, asked respondents whether they would support a GOP Senate candidate who said “Immigration policy needs to serve the interests of the nation as a whole, not a few billionaire CEOs and immigration activists lobbying for open borders.”


Mexico prosecutor: Students not in 1st mass graves
MSN News

None of the 43 students missing since a confrontation with police in a southern city were among the 28 bodies found in the first set of mass graves outside that town, Mexico's attorney general said Tuesday.

Jesus Murillo Karam said there are still no signs of the teachers college students who disappeared Sept. 26...