Good news for Illegal Aliens

Georgia Colleges Close Doors On Illegal Immigrants Five public colleges in Georgia have announced a new ban that will prevent illegal immigrants from being admitted into their schools. The state’s 30 other public institutions will adopt a policy that doesn’t … Continue reading

Bye bye spiks

WASHINGTON – The U.S. government deported a record number of undocumented immigrants in the 2010 fiscal year, officials said Wednesday. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and the assistant secretary for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, John Morton, cited the figure during … Continue reading

Georgia’s gitting its act togather

Lawmakers plan to introduce a bill to bar these students from all public colleges — the 35 institutions in the University System of Georgia and the 26 in the Technical College System of Georgia. Both Democratic and Republican gubernatorial candidates … Continue reading

Bakery Busted

The owner of a wholesale bakery in San Diego has been charged with hiring illegal workers. Immigration authorities say half of the employees were not authorized to work in the U.S. The bakery’s president, Jesse Fadick, and three employees are … Continue reading

Longer Sentence For Illegals

In a much-needed legal victory for the often defeated immigration enforcement movement, a federal appellate court has ruled that a criminal’s sentence can be increased if he or she is in the United States illegally. The case involves a pair … Continue reading

40 Illegal Aliens Arrested

Maricopa County, AZ. – Maricopa County Sheriff’s deputies arrested 40 illegal aliens during several traffic stops and the investigation of a Mesa drop house which was being used to harbor people who were recently smuggled across the border. Sheriff’s deputies … Continue reading

Get out while you can, spikos

Ever since Governor Jan Brewer signed into law a tough new immigration bill, illegal aliens fleeing Arizona are a common sight. The undocumented, as the media likes to call them, are trying to get ahead of the tough new law … Continue reading

They’er comming to take you spiks away

BOISE — The Ada and Canyon County sheriff’s offices will soon join a federal effort to crack down on criminal illegal aliens. As it stands now, everyone who is booked into the jails is fingerprinted.  Those prints are then sent … Continue reading

Pa. House OKs cracks down on illegal workers

HARRISBURG — The state House today overwhelmingly approved two bills aimed at cracking down on construction companies that employ undocumented immigrants who have entered the country illegally. House Bill 1502, which bars companies that hire illegal aliens from entering into … Continue reading

Illegal alien charged with raping 6-year-old girl in Williamsburg

Police in Williamsburg, Va., have arrested two men, Tito Guirao-Aguilar, 39, and Samuel Eli Jacobo-Guirao, 20, for the rape of a 6-year-old girl. The arrest of a third suspect, a juvenile, is likely imminent. Guirao-Aguilar has been charged with three … Continue reading

Florida says go home spiks

TALLAHASSEE — Florida Republican leaders have begun crafting anti-illegal-immigrant legislation modeled after an Arizona law that has incited widespread protests and fueled national and international debate over U.S. immigration policies. Under the proposed bill, police would have broad power under … Continue reading

US town votes on plan to ban foreigners renting homes or having jobs | World news | The Guardian

A Nebraska town, angry over a surge in the number of Hispanic residents, is voting today in a referendum on a new law that would require foreign nationals to get a licence to live in the town. The referendum in … Continue reading

Spiks flee Arizona

Arizona’s tough new immigration enforcement law is fueling an exodus of Hispanics from the state seven weeks before it goes into effect, according to officials and residents in the state. Though no one has precise figures, reports from school officials, … Continue reading | Tucson, Arizona 1,200 National Guard troops to be deployed to border

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords Tuesday announced the White House has agreed to her requests to deploy National Guard troops to the U.S. border with Mexico. Giffords called for the Guard's deployment immediately after the March 27, 2010, murder … Continue reading

Illegal Immigrant Deported 9 Times Rapes American Woman On Street

EDMONDS, Wash. – The KING 5 Investigators have learned that an illegal immigrant accused of raping a woman in Edmonds Sunday has been deported nine times. That's much more than previously reported. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement won't comment on the … Continue reading

Arizona Suns Fan Makes Pro-Immigration Law Statement

by James Buchanan There was a recent story in the news about the owner of the Arizona Suns renaming his team “Los Suns” in solidarity with the illegal aliens and as a protest against the new Arizona immigration law #1070. … Continue reading

Study shows broad support for Arizona migrant law

(Reuters) – A solid majority of Americans back Arizona's tough crackdown on illegal immigrants, while just 25 percent support President Barack Obama's immigration policy which includes legalizing millions of unauthorized migrants, a study found on Wednesday. U.S. The controversial Arizona … Continue reading

Michigan saya Get Out to spiks

LANSING — A Michigan lawmaker believes the state’s law enforcement officers need the authority to arrest illegal immigrants and is drafting legislation similar to Arizona’s new immigration law. Rep. Kim Meltzer, R-Clinton Township, said her bill would allow police to … Continue reading

Here comes Texas

Last week, two Texas representatives said they would file legislation similar to the controversial new Arizona law that requires law enforcement personnel to ask for documentation if they suspect a person is an illegal immigrant. Rep. Debbie Riddle of Tomball … Continue reading

Arizona Grades Teachers on English

The Arizona Department of Education recently began telling school districts that teachers whose spoken English it deems to be heavily accented or ungrammatical must be removed from classes for students still learning English. State education officials say the move is … Continue reading