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Mother Jones

Here's what Giuliani said in a 1996 speech at Harvard: "We're never, ever going to be able to totally control immigration to a country that is as large as ours, that has borders that are as diverse as the borders of the US, and as a soc

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New York Times

Immigration authorities have received about 300,000 applications for high-skilled-employment visas since July 1, federal officials said yesterday, a deluge unleased after the feds first said it would not accept any applications for those visas

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USA Today

Douglas was shocked by the high cost and impersonal care at assisted-living facilities near her home. She joined a small but steadily growing number of Americans who are moving across the border to nursing homes in Mexico, where the sun is bright and

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WOAI

An Iraq war veteran who grew up in the US says the country he fought for now wants to send him back to Mexico. He went to war a soldier but somehow returned as an illegal immigrant. But the soldier says he is not going down without a fight.

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Arizona Daily Star

The number of National Guard troops along the Arizona-Mexico border will be trimmed in half by the end of next month. As the presidentially mandated Operation Jumpstart mission begins its second year in support of the US Border Patrol

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How much diversity is too much? Can we shove 100 different incompatible cultures down our own citizens' throats before they vomit? Can we continue injecting ourselves with too much multiculturalism? Nope! We can't!

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Reuters

She has 15 years experience scrubbing and vacuuming offices and private homes in and around Phoenix and hopes that having her own firm will get herself and her clients out of a bind. "This way I will be able to work for myself and the employers

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AP

Arizona's governor signed a bill Monday that prohibits people from hiring illegal immigrants and requires businesses to verify applicants' employment eligibility, saying Congress was apparently "incapable" of helping.

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AP

The 2 1/2-kilometre barrier along the US-Mexico border was designed to keep cars from illegally to keep cars from illegally crosing into the US. There's just one problem: It was accidentally built on Mexican soil. Now embarrassed border offici

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LA Times

A former Adelanto City Council member who resigned after questions of her citizenship status were raised two years ago now faces deportation for voting in the 2004 presidential election. Cuban-born Zoila Meyer surrendered to the San Bernardino Count

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United States sovereignty and a semblance of American economic viability received a boost Thursday morning when the new version of Senate amnesty bill failed.

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AP

The Panama City Beach's sheriff's department has developed a remarkably effective way of catching illegal immigrants: Deputies in patrol cars pull up to a construction site in force, and watch and see who runs.

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AP

All of her life, Zoila Meyer believed she was an American. She even won election to the City Council of Adelanto. But now she is facing a threat of deportation for illegally voting, because she never became a citizen after being brought to this count

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AP

In the weeks leading up to the huge pro-immigrant rallies in the spring of 2006, rumors swirled that authorities were rounding up illegal immigrants across the country. Fear of being caught and deported kept many illegal immigrants, and some legal on

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