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Immigration Reform

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US: Race-baiting Democrats do nothing for undocumented citizens – by Deroy Murdock

In order to stymie new and proposed requirements that voters present photo identification at the polls, top Democrats cry rivers over those who would become disenfranchised for lack of ID cards. If they really cared about these people — of whom there may be millions — Democrats would join Republicans to assure that these individuals received ID cards for everyday use. Instead, leading Democrats use vicious racial rhetoric to hammer those who simply want voters to be who they say they are.

US: Harry Reid: “I don’t know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican.” – by John McCormack

While campaigning in Nevada Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid told an audience of mostly Hispanic voters: “I don’t know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican, okay. Do I need to say more?”.

US: The Vanishing Hispanic Vote – by David Adams, Timothy Pratt & Carlos de Cordoba

Obama is losing support from Hispanic voters. One big factor seems to loom over all others when it comes to measuring Latino voter intent: Barack Obama’s pledge in 2008 to tackle immigration reform during his first year in office.

Gary Becker & Immigration: The price of entry – The Economist

A new proposal from Gary Becker to make a market in immigration.

U.S.-Mexican border is terrorists’ moving sidewalk – by Deroy Murdock

While Americans march against Arizona’s new restrictions on unlawful immigration, hundreds of illegal aliens from countries awash in Muslim terrorists tiptoe across the U.S.-Mexican frontier.

US: Clueless on immigration – by Ruben Navarrette Jr.

Just in time for Cinco de Mayo – or as President Barack Obama mistakenly referred to it at a White House reception last year marking the Mexican holiday, “Cinco de Cuatro” – the chief executive is delivering a clear message to the nation’s embattled Latino community: “You’re on your own, amigos.”

“Cuba Si! Arizona No!” Says Mexican President Felipe Calderon – by Humberto Fontova

Mexican President Felipe Calderon can hardly contain his revulsion and rage against Arizona’s SB 1070. He’s “deeply troubled” reports the Associated Press over a law he denounces as “discriminatory and racist,” not to mention “a dire threat to the whole Hispanic-American population.”

Arizona? Inside Mexico, Illegal Aliens Get No Breaks – by Michelle Malkin

Mexican President Felipe Calderon has accused Arizona of opening the door “to intolerance, hate, discrimination and abuse in law enforcement.” But Arizona has nothing on Mexico when it comes to cracking down on illegal aliens.

US: The Myth of Hispanic Crime Rates – by Ron Unz

As Latino gangs have gained notoriety in the United States, images of violent foreigners have come to dominate much of the national debate on immigration policy. A perception has taken root in the minds of the American public and many elected leaders that the greatest threat posed by mass immigration is crime.

US: Immigration Looms as the Next Test for Congress – by Michael Barone

Janet Napolitano says the current situation “is simply unacceptable.” We need a “three-legged stool,” with provisions to strengthen enforcement, legalize some illegal immigrants and improve “legal flows for families and workers.”

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