The Hatewatch blog is managed by the staff of the Intelligence Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, an Alabama-based civil rights organization.
[…] The [Anti-Defamation League] has been highly critical of a…speech delivered by Rep. Steve King, an Iowa Republican, in which he argued that illegal immigrants have killed many more Americans since September 11, 2001, than were killed in the Al Qaeda attacks that day. King, who was speaking to a gathering of anti-immigration activists in Las Vegas, warned that “we have a slow motion holocaust on our hands.”
If you’re an illegal immigrant, one anti-immigration group wants you to pack your bags and move to [Cambridge.]
[…] Most New Yorkers tend to think of anti-illegal immigrant groups as Wild West-style vigilantes patrolling the Southwest border looking for brown-skin invaders. But it has now become clear that these groups are hardly limited to just the border, as the anti-illegal immigrant movement is now targeting New York..With overlapping memberships, it’s difficult to differentiate one group from another, but what their opponents fear most is that some of these incestuous relationships may be marginally linked to America’s white separatist groups…
National Guard troops on the border. No state services for undocumented immigrants. Work camps for border-crossers. Border cameras monitored via the Internet by volunteers.
Supporters of Initiative 946, which would restrict government aid to undocumented residents, held a rally Friday to gather signatures before a July 7 deadline.
Caltrans ordered a longtime Laguna Beach day labor center to close Friday, saying it was illegally operating on state property, land that the state didn’t even know it owned.
…Superior Court Judge A. Rex Victor’s ruling Monday against a sweeping anti-illegal immigration ballot measure put to rest the question of whether its proponents had collected enough signatures to force an election. They had not, the judge determined.
The Texas Minutemen brought their borderline paranoia to the heart of Aggieland this week.
On the May 23 edition of CNN’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight”, the generally affable talk-show host…used a graphic provided by the white nationalist Council of Conservative Citizens to pound home his point about a racist anti-immigrant conspiracy theory. […]