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Los candidatos presidenciales Republicanos invaden Des Moines

La visión más clara de Iowa hasta ahora de lo que los candidatos presidenciales Republicanos piensan acerca de los inmigrantes fue visto el sábado en el Auditorio Sherman Hoyt en Des Moines. Se indica cómo hay de trabajo por hacer para sanar la ley de inmigración. Por Dave Leach; traducido por Araceli Caldbeck La noticia […]

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Little-known law allows U.S. citizens to assist immigrants in court

When foreign nationals need representation in immigration court, they usually turn to attorneys. However, many foreign nationals cannot afford a lawyer, or have a case that an attorney may not want to bother with. Most end up having to represent themselves in court. That leaves potentially millions of immigrants without a voice in the process, […]

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The path to immigration victory

If someone gives you directions to a place you have never heard of, you will say “Why would I want to go there?” But you will follow the directions after you see its picture, full of beauty and luxury, where they give away money. I want to give you a picture of what we must […]

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Economists know immigrants don’t take citizens’ jobs

Real economists emphatically dispute the claims of Undocumented Economists (who have no economics degree) that immigration hurts any part of the economy. Economists who actually majored in economics in college, and who publish research that is published in economics journals, find that whether there is little immigration or much, the impact of immigration on jobs […]

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Do Amnesties Increase Unlawful Immigration?

By Alex Nowrasteh – One popular argument against a legalization, or amnesty, of unlawful immigrants is that it will merely incentivize future unlawful immigration. Unlawful immigrants will be more likely to break immigration laws because they will eventually be legalized anyway, so why bother to attempt to enter legally (ignoring the fact that almost none […]

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Free Trade, Free Cuba

The United States has just announced a major policy shift in our relationship with Cuba, the details of which can be found here. The main changes include; – Reestablishing diplomatic relations; including setting up an embassy in Havana and engaging in bilateral talks in areas of mutual interest such as narco-trafficking. – Removing restrictions to […]

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Did Obama not sign any “amnesty”?

Sometimes I’m just too tired of “spin” to chart where the obfuscation (lies) end (if indeed they do) and any kernels of truth begin. For example, today. The headline was “Why didn’t Obama sign the executive amnesty he promised? Is Obama pulling an amnesty bait and switch?” “The National Archives have confirmed that while Obama […]

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If I had lots of money

This is a budget for saving America, boosting her economy, erasing her national debt, repairing immigration laws, restoring border security, improving technology, and restoring the influence of Christian faith in America: $350,000. This is a grant proposal summary. By Dave Leach The problem addressed by this project is that America is so spiritually crippled by […]

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Too Many Laws

There is no public forum in America where people are discussing the details of what should be in immigration law, beyond a single page of general feel-good subjective principles. This, despite the fact that Americans are as sharply divided as over any other issue, over whether or not we ought to have “reform”. How can […]

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Repeal and Replace the Immigration and Nationality Act

By Alex Nowrasteh – President Obama’s executive action on immigration revealed some deep-seated problems with our immigration laws. They include broad grants of presidential discretion, arbitrary immigration restrictions, and complicated quotas that make a mockery of James Madison’s vision of the Constitution. Obama’s executive actions should be seen as a logical consequence and feature of […]

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