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Immigration Archives

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    Jun
    09

    The Truth about Polls and ID for Illegals

    Posted in Immigration, Miscellaneous, Polling By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , ,

    We hear through the grapevine that some people are citing our most recent online survey to say NC voters would like to grant drivers licenses to illegal immigrants. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Online surveys aren't meant to be scientific studies of public opinion, but rather ways of letting people express their views […]

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    Jul
    24

    You are Extreme and Immoral – If You Disagree with William Barber

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns, Healthcare, Immigration, Life & Family Issues By Susan Myrick | Tagged , , ,

    Here is a depiction of William Barber as a guest on the Bill Maher show broadcast on Saturday… and yes this is what he really said to Maher (this image came from the NAACP facebook page — we can only presume Barber is proud of this). Then there was the following interchange between Maher and Barber after […]

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    Mar
    28

    CLC Speaker Michelle Malkin Speaks Out on Immigration

    Posted in Civitas Events, Immigration By Civitas Staff | Tagged , ,

    Michelle Malkin, Fox News contributor and keynote speaker at Civitas’ 2013 Conservative Leadership Conference,  spoke with Fox & Friends anchors Thursday morning about immigration. Malkin rejected the suggestion of amnesty as an immigration reform solution, the day after several U.S. Senators including John McCain visited the Mexico-U.S. border. During the Senators' visit, a woman climbed […]

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    Sep
    07

    Critics Say Obama's Work is a Failure Not an Incomplete

    Posted in Budget & Taxes, Economics, Elections & Campaigns, Immigration, Politicians & Politicking By Matt Willoughby | Tagged , , , ,

    (CHARLOTTE) – The jobs report today was not encouraging for many people with only 96,000 jobs added in the U.S. and the unemployment rate is still above eight percent. Thursday night President Obama said his work was still incomplete in repairing the economy. He urged everyone to have patience. But a representative of the Republican […]

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    Jun
    25

    Supreme Court Deals a Blow to State Sovereignty

    Posted in Crime, Immigration, Politicians & Politicking By Scott Blakeman | Tagged , , ,

    The Supreme Court has ruled on Arizona’s tough immigration law, and the result isn’t good for state sovereignty. The Court, in a 5-3 ruling, (Justice Elena Kagan did not participate in the case because of prior involvement when she was Solicitor General) the Court struck down some of the major provisions of the law, citing […]

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