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Minutemen activists have expanded their campaign against illegal immigration from the barren desert near Mexico to the streets of Phoenix.
Pittsburgh lags most major cities in attracting immigrants, but that did not stop a Washington, D.C.-based group from airing ads here this week criticizing President Bush’s suggested immigration reforms, or from using the images of blue-collar Americans to voice concerns about foreign workers “who’ll work for next to nothing.”…
When Alison Sweeney spotted Jim Gilchrist campaigning at the Corona del Mar Christmas fair yesterday, she and her husband rushed over to get their picture taken with the man who would seal the U.S.-Mexico border to keep illegal immigrants out…
Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman urged his party in California yesterday to oppose rising anti-immigrant sentiments in the debate over border security and illegal immigration, suggesting that the GOP risks being on the wrong side of history and electoral politics alike if it embraces an exclusionary message…
Years ago while studying immigration as an undergraduate student at Western Connecticut State University, Joseph Sikora came across a 1940s era magazine written by an aging Danbury “Yankee.”
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The debate over illegal immigration is largely becoming a local government issue and was the main conversation during the discussion segment of the Washington City Council meeting on Nov. 22.
Because of his stance on illegal immigration, Andrew “Andy” Ramirez says he’s been called a coconut, a sellout and a racist.
Praise the Lord and pass the binoculars?
The Minutemen could be heard before they were seen. First came the bullhorns barking “This is America, not Mexico” and “No work today. The Minutemen have arrived.” Then the group of two dozen men and women, holding U.S. flags and cameras in their hands, turned the corner and started bearing down on Hispanic workers waiting for jobs outside the Macehualli day-labor center in northern Phoenix, Ariz. Sensing trouble, some took refuge behind the gates of the center, and others melted away down side streets. As the laborers fled, the protesters tried to take pictures of their faces. “This is our country!” shouted a Minuteman. “We are under invasion.”