Tag Archives: Border Security

Top Ten Immigration Wish List for 2012

 

Here is my Top Ten Immigration Wish List for 2012:

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ICE Targets Fewer Criminals in Deportation Proceedings

 

Statistics show that fewer criminals are ending up in deportation proceedings.  Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has targeted fewer criminals, a stark contrast to the claims made by the Administration.

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Untangling DHS’ Record High Deportation Numbers

 

 It was another record breaking year for deportations, with DHS logging 396,906 removals during Fiscal Year 2011. While the raw number is not in doubt, its meaning is far from clear, according to the American Immigration Council. 

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Latinos See Obama ‘Betrayal’ On Immigration: Opportunity for Perry?

President Obama came into office with strong Latino support, having won two-thirds of the Latino vote, according to exit polls.  According to an arcitle in NPR, that support is beginning to erode.

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Transcript of Secretary Napolitano’s Remarks on Smart Effective Border Security and Immigration Enforcement

 

Here is the full transcript of United States Secretary of Homeland Security (“DHS”) Secretary Janet Napolitano’s Remarks on Smart Effective Border Security and Immigration Enforcement on October 5, 2011, at American University:

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Bachmann on Immigration

 

Presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann, a Republican, has made recent statements on immigration.  Here is a summary of her recent statements:

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