Category: Our Laws

March 5, 2007

Picker Paucity Plagues Pathetic Politicians

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 05 Mar 2007

In some of the most convoluted logic and snake oil promotion ever unleashed on the American public, politicians from both parties are screaming that America needs a “Guest Worker” (amnesty) program because of a calamitous shortage of workers in the …

March 3, 2007

Administrative Law – An Unconstitutional Route to Perdition

As some of my readers may remember, I do an awful lot of research into government activity and constitutional issues; and that research most often leads to a disclosure about government corruption that really puts a knot in my knickers. …

February 5, 2007

Border Enforcement Effectively Nonexistent

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Immigration,Our Laws - 05 Feb 2007

Neither US Border Patrol Agents nor US National Guard troops are allowed to protect the US-Mexico border region. Border Patrol Agents are prosecuted for doing their jobs and National Guard troops are not allowed to use their weapons against Mexican …

February 3, 2007

The Rule ‘Uh’ Law

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,Our Laws - 03 Feb 2007

Recently you have heard President George W. Bush speak of the “rule ‘uh’ law”. What IS the ‘rule of law’, and why is it the single most important element of a free nation, and how is it threatened today?

January 19, 2007

It’s Time To Take On Big Water

Jennifer Strange was a mild mannered woman with a husband, two sons and a daughter who wanted nice things for her family. But all that changed last week as Mrs. Strange became the latest victim of a radical lobby …

December 24, 2006

Top Executives Plead Guilty to Pattern of Hiring Illegal Aliens

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 24 Dec 2006

In an effort by the US authorities to show the nation that hiring illegal aliens is serious business, two corporate executives at a California fence building company pleaded guilty last week to the hiring of illegal alien workers, following a …

December 19, 2006

Duke Rape Case All Too Common

In another twist in an already questionable criminal case, DNA testing in the infamous Duke lacrosse rape case found no genetic material from any of the accused males in the woman’s body or on her clothing, but analysts found DNA …

December 12, 2006

Roundup of Criminal Aliens Finds Rapists, Kidnappers and Thieves

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 12 Dec 2006

Federal law enforcement officers arrested 35 fugitive aliens and other immigration violators in a weeklong operation in Massachusetts. The enforcement action is the latest under Operation Secure Streets, a national initiative targeting illegal aliens with prior convictions for driving under …

November 28, 2006

Incursions at US-Mexico Border Create Tension

Filed under: American National Security,Immigration,Our Laws - 28 Nov 2006

Customs and Border Protection Bureau officials conceded that Border Patrol agents crossed into Mexico while pursuing drug smugglers, but they also said the incursion was only about 27 feet and the agents acted while in hot pursuit of armed drug …

November 24, 2006

Mexico Produces Most of Methamphetamine Coming into US

Filed under: Our Laws - 24 Nov 2006

An Associated Press (AP) story reported that the federal anti-meth law was recently amended so that states could still impose their own laws as long as they meet the minimum requirements of the federal version. This allows states such as …

November 7, 2006

Marshals, Cops Conduct Largest Fugitive Round Up in US History

Filed under: Our Laws - 07 Nov 2006

Deputy United States Marshals teamed up with thousands of fellow federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies to conduct the largest ever round up of fugitive sex-offenders, wanted gang members, and violent felony offenders, according to an indepth report submitted …

November 5, 2006

Feds Charge 55 Suspects in Major Human Smuggling Network

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 05 Nov 2006

Federal and local law enforcement officers fanned out across southern Arizona and several other states searching for more than 50 people allegedly linked to a far-reaching human smuggling organization that brought large numbers of illegal aliens into the United States …

October 29, 2006

Cops Being Trained to Protect Kids from Violence

Filed under: Our Laws - 29 Oct 2006

Battered child syndrome is defined as the collection of injuries sustained by a child as a result of repeated mistreatment or beating. If a child’s injuries indicate intentional trauma or appear to be more severe than could reasonably be expected …

October 28, 2006

Egyptians Imprisoned in US for Enslaving 10 Year Old

Filed under: Our Laws,Uncategorized - 28 Oct 2006

Two Egyptian nationals who enslaved a 10-year-old girl and forced her to work as a domestic “slave” at their Orange County residence will serve some time in federal prison.

October 21, 2006

Illegal Immigration: Time to Get Tough

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws,Uncategorized - 21 Oct 2006

Douglas S. Massey in a recent biased report, “Backfire at the Border: Why Enforcement without Legalization Cannot Stop Illegal Immigration,” funded by the open-borders Cato Institute, argues that enforcement of the border is unfeasible.

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