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Mexican Immigration Law

Mexico Immigration Law

Mexico has a radical idea for a rational immigration policy that most Americans would love. However, Mexican officials haven’t been sharing that idea with us as they press for our Congress to adopt the McCain-Kennedy immigration reform bill.

That’s too bad, because Mexico, which annually deports more illegal aliens than the United States does, has much to teach us about how it handles the immigration issue. Under Mexican law, it is a felony to be an illegal alien in Mexico.

At a time when the Supreme Court and many politicians seek to bring American law in line with foreign legal norms, it’s noteworthy that nobody has argued that the U.S. look at how Mexico deals with immigration and what it might teach us about how best to solve our illegal immigration problem. Mexico has a single, streamlined law that ensures that foreign visitors and immigrants are:

in the country legally; have the means to sustain themselves economically; not destined to be burdens on society; of economic and social benefit to society; of good character and have no criminal records; and contributors to the general well-being of the nation.

The law also ensures that:

immigration authorities have a record of each foreign visitor; foreign visitors do not violate their visa status; foreign visitors are banned from interfering in the country’s internal politics; foreign visitors who enter under false pretenses are imprisoned or deported; foreign visitors violating the terms of their entry are imprisoned or deported; those who aid in illegal immigration will be sent to prison.

Who could disagree with such a law? It makes perfect sense. The Mexican constitution strictly defines the rights of citizens — and the denial of many fundamental rights to non-citizens, illegal and illegal. Under the constitution, the Ley General de Población, […]

Read Arizona Immigration Law House Bill HB 1070 SB 2162

As you read the bill notice how many times it refers to “Federal Law”

Read The Amended Arizona Immigration Law

The path from Mexico to Arizona

Read The Amended Arizona Immigration Law

1) Latest estimate of the number of illegal aliens in Arizona is 460,000-500,000. 2) Trauma centers are loaded with illegal aliens that have crossed the border. 3) Ranchers are on the front lines of this battle and face daily the devastation these illegal aliens. 4) Illegal aliens make up 10% of the workforce in Arizona – Unemployment in Arizona in March 2010 was 9.6%. 5) Phoenix has the second highest kidnapping rate in the world behind Mexico City.

And that is the short list.

This invasion of the United States cannot continue. When the federal government fails to fulfill their obligation to protect the country, states and citizens then states must take action. Arizona is at the forefront of the problem and took the required action. An increasing number of states are working on legislation similar to Arizona’s to protect their citizens. The invasion must stop now!

No wonder why Arizona wants to do something about this.

Path from Mexico to Arizona – Immigration Law

Read The Amended Arizona Immigration Law

Richard Blumenthal forgets he never went to Vietnam

Richard Blumenthal never went to Vietnam

“We have learned something important since the days that I served in Vietnam,” Mr. Blumenthal said. There was one problem: Mr. Blumenthal, a Democrat now running for the United States Senate, never served in Vietnam. He obtained at least five military deferments from 1965 to 1970 and took repeated steps that enabled him to avoid going to war, according to records. Read More … NY Times

Where has the Oil gone?

CAIN BURDEAU – Associated Press Writer

Gulf Oil spill, Where is the Oil?

“The model shows that about 35 percent of a hypothetical 4.8 million gallon spill of light Louisiana crude oil released in conditions similar to those found in the Gulf now would evaporate.

It also shows that between 50 percent and 60 percent of the oil would remain in or on the water and the rest would be dispersed in the ocean.” Read more: CAIN BURDEAU

Read more: Oil Model