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10 reasons Ala.'s immigration law is a disaster for state gov't

The unintended consequences of Alabama’s new immigration law reach deep into state and local government operations and will affect every citizen and resident of the state.... Read more»

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Nov 18, 2011, 5:18 pm
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MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD AND YOUR VOTE COUNT.
Enforcement through Attrition is the operation of Mandatory E-Verify. Call Washington and strongly demand that Lamar Smith’s 'The Legal Workforce Act’ be passed now. It will save American jobs from unscrupulous business owners who are colluding with lawmakers to kill this bill. All illegal aliens must go and our laws enforced. Illegal Aliens by definition is a criminal fugitive from ICE and then to use a fraudulent document to get a job, makes it a—FELONY. Don’t hesitate; don’t wait as more reluctant lawmakers are co-sponsoring bill (H.R.2885.) The Washington switchboard at 202-224-3121 is already inundated with infuriated callers, who are justifiably contacting their representatives. Now it’s your turn? Study more about costs and the 20 million already here. Stop this travesty of the 'Rule of Law.” NumbersUSA has all the facts and not lies from the Democrats. Join the TEA PARTY and throw out all the politicians, who are spending America into a third world country.

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Nov 18, 2011, 5:28 pm
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once again we see the Centerfor American Progress with nothing but anti anti illegal immigration comments. No surprise since they champion illegal immigration and law breaking illegal immigrants. Enter the U.S. illegally and you have broken the law.  This news site has no opinion pieces other than those that are liberal in bias with no conservative opinion counterpart.Jimmy Zuma, Center for american progress and the Morrison Institute regularly are in print here, with their absurd ultra liberal slants. Not much balance when it comes to Op Ed pieces at this news site. The feds and illegals themselves have created the problems throughout our country.  CLOSE THE BORDER and these problems will subside except for all the illegal criminals already here. More like Center for American Regression.

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