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Mohave County Minutemen co-founder Virginia Hilton said the group is putting employers on notice “that they cannot just keep hiring illegal aliens and getting away with it.”
Minuteman Project leaders are attempting to distance themselves from white supremacy organizations.
Conflicting views about enforcing immigration laws were aired Saturday as demonstrators pro and con held dueling rallies in downtown San Rafael. […]
For the fourth time in less than two years, volunteer members of a civilian border-patrol group today will begin a 30-day “watch” along the U.S.-Canadian border from Blaine to Sumas.
Roy Warden was arrested Saturday morning after police say he threatened passers-by during a demonstration Downtown Monday afternoon.
Hundreds of members of a civilian border watch group opposed to illegal immigration began a monthlong deployment on the U.S.-Mexican border Saturday and disputed assertions that migrant traffic in Arizona has fallen.
An illegal-immigration protest organized by the Minuteman Project on Saturday morning was foiled by the arrival of members of the Ku Klux Klan.