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Annias - Illegal, Dubstep track w/ video! Find more music from Annias *******www.earthsidemassive****/blog/
30 Jan 2010
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Randy Thomas continues his series of rants. He believes that in any democratic country or state it should be illegal NOT to vote. If you don't like it, go live somewhere else. ... Comments: ContactUs ThatChannel**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Mar 2010
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*******www.californiaimmigration.us Immigration lawyer on illegal entry and family visa Coffee Talk with Immigration Attorney Brian D. Lerner. Discussed are provisions and actions leading to permanent inadmissibilty to the U.S. and warnings what you should do.
30 Mar 2010
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A short video highlighting the illegal campaign signs being displayed by Liberal Democrats Parliamentary Candidate Charles West stuck in the middle of a council hedge in Shrewsbury
5 May 2010
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AMERICANS ARE FED UP WITH INACTION. WE WANT TO LIVE OUR LIVES AS WE HAVE BEFORE ALL THIS ILLEGAL BULL STARTED AND BEFORE MUSLIMS CAME INTO OUR COUNTRY..WE NEED TO WEED THEM OUT BEFORE THEY CUT OUR THROATS! THEY ARE "SNEAKY PETES " !!!! THE MUSLIMS IN AMERICA MUST START TURNING IN THE CRAZIES AMONG THEM OR SOON THE GOVT WILL DEPORT YOU ALL AS WE THE PEOPLE WILL DEMAND IT.
10 May 2010
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Watch this movie free *******free-movie-trial****/foodinc/ Food, Inc. - Food Industry Benefits From Illegal Immigration
15 Sep 2010
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facts on illegal immigrants, health care reform and what you should know. Dr. Chris Salvino speaks out: *******drchrisforcongress****
15 May 2010
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*******intheopinion**** - Illegal immigration at is going to destroy our nation if it is not properly enforced and controlled.
24 May 2010
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Claudia Nuñez, a Mexican immigrant and reporter for La Opinion Newspaper in Los Angeles, CA., discusses why many migrants come to the USA illegally. This teaser clip is from the upcoming documentary: Citizens* *******www.citizensthemovie****
3 Jun 2010
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applicazione dove puoi mettere la tua faccia all'interno del video , sulle mutande e sui cartelloni delle ragazze (by Braun) *******it.braun****/illegally-hot-styling/personalized-video/
13 Jun 2010
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Azad Kashmir, October 18: Azad Kashmir has been illegally occupied by Pakistan. It has its own elected President, Prime Minister, legislature, high court and an official flag. But, the puppet government is controlled by Pakistan. Azad Kashmir wants `complete independence from Islamabad and the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) faction led by Amanullah Khan has launched a Quit Kashmir Movement. At a meeting held in Rawalpindi on September 30, 2010, JKLF has decided to hold a series of protest demonstrations in Azad Kashmir and in Gilgit and Baltistan.
18 Oct 2010
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BY DERON DALTON You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy “An African-American lawmaker in South Carolina is coming under fire for staying stricter immigration laws would hurt the state. His reason, he says blacks and whites don't work as hard as Hispanics.” (KNXV) South Carolina Senator Robert Ford -- a Charleston Democrat -- is stirring up controversy with his public statements yet again. Ford shared his opinion that black ‘brothers’ and his blue-eyed ‘brothers’ are not as hard working as Mexican immigrants at an immigration debate on Tuesday. Here is what he had to say. "The brothers are going to find ways to take a break. Ever since this country was built, we've had somebody do the work for us." (BV Blackspin) Those comments fired up a writer for Black Voices who says - how can you forget slave labor? “‘'We've had someone do the work for us'? Really, Senator Ford? Maybe Senator Ford doesn't realize that "Black Ivory," as valuable slaves were called, practically built his state of South Carolina with their bare, bleeding hands.” As Michael Benning for CBS affiliate -- WLTX --- reports, Ford comments could be referring to a certain type of work as ‘hard work.’ Michael Benning: “Now Ford also says he encourages people to come listen to the Senator themselves. He says that way you do not need to get it second hand from quote ‘reporters like me who think they work hard.’ ” Anchor One: “So if you are Miguel Benning instead of Michael Benning, you work hard?” Michael Benning: “I suppose, huh?” Anchor One: “You suppose...” Anchor Two: “A lot of people I am sure watching tonight that disagree who feel like they are going to get up in the morning tomorrow and do some very hard work at their jobs.” Reporter: “Yeah, I think that maybe what Senator Ford meant is manual labor, but he just kept using the word ‘hard work.’” But a writer for New York Magazine writes, Ford was just saying what many people already think. “It's not a totally politically correct position to take, but isn't this actually a pretty widely accepted concept? Plenty of Americans do have tough jobs, but everybody knows that the jobs illegal immigrants take are some of the most low-paying and grueling ones our country has to offer — the busboys, the day laborers, the farmhands, etc.” The Charleston City Paper’s Chris Haire says the media is blowing the whole thing up and controversial comments from politicians are to be expected. “Now, I'm not deeply troubled by what Ford said. And just as we have come to expect such silliness from him, we've come to expect the press to report it. That's the way it is. If you can't rip a politician when they put their tootsies in their mouths, then what good are they for.” So what do you think? Are Ford’s comments offensive or just blown out of proportion? Get more multisource politics video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
12 Feb 2011
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BY JESSICA HORD You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy During a House Appropriations Committee meeting in Kansas, state lawmakers discussed using gunmen in helicopters to control the state’s wild hog population. That’s when Republican State Representative, Virgil Peck, said this ... as seen on Russia Today. “It looks like to me if shooting these immigrating feral hogs works maybe we have found a problem to our legal immigration problem.” In a statement released Wednesday - Peck apologized and called his comments - quote - “regrettable.” He says - it was a joke. But a writer for Change**** isn’t laughing. “Because nothing spells humor quite like advocating the murder of hardworking mothers, fathers, and children. … Isn’t it a rule that genocide jokes are never funny?” The writer goes on to warn - inflammatory rhetoric like that could incite others -- pointing to the murder of a nine-year-old Latino girl in Arizona by border vigilantes. Besides the illegal immigration debate -- MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell fishes for other politics -- connecting Peck to the abortion debate. “Sadly, he is not the only Kansan whose fidelity to the principle of pro-life ends at birth. Everyone, everyone who Virgil Peck would be amused to see shot dead as they run across Kansas fields in fear of homicidal maniacs in helicopters was once a fetus.” Although he’s apologized and explained his constituents ARE concerned about illegal immigration, a writer for Daily Mail says it’s likely his outburst will fan the fire for the already hot topic of immigration in Kansas. “Lawmakers are considering bills which would grant Kansas police similar powers to those in Arizona, where anybody can be stopped and searched if they look like an illegal immigrant.” 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Mar 2011
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BY ALISON SCHUTZ AND KELSEY ALUMBAUGH You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy A Georgia college student is safe from being thrown out of the place she calls home... for another year that is. It’s the debate on whether Kennesaw State student and illegal immigrant Jessica Colotl should be deported back to Mexico. Atlanta’s WAGA and WXIA have the backstory. “Jessica Colotl’s case fueled a debate on illegal immigration after she was arrested on charges of driving without a license last spring.” “Officials then discovered that she was in this country illegally and had been here since her family moved her to this country as she was a little girl.” Last year the courts allowed her to stay another year to finish her college education. Now, just days before her expected deportation, Colotl has been granted a second reprieve to stay in the U.S. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution suggests this decision marks a change in the U.S. deportation efforts. “...the decisions follow a political push to suspend deportation of these students and pushback from some groups, who argue students like Colotl occupy space in America's colleges that should go to legal citizens.” The Associated Press reports Colotl hopes to work during her remaining year in the United States and get a work permit before applying to law school. But that might not be enough. Colotl’s laywer Charles Kuck, says despite the reprieve, her chances of remaining in the country are still slim. He says it will be much harder for Colotl to get a third extension next year and she could potentially be barred from re-entering the United States for up to 20 years if she is deported. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
7 May 2011
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Illegals is a novel about a subject that has always been very polemic. The author creates the characters trying to make them look real and human. They are all bonded by one same common situation: forgers of documents, a good lawyer, the coyotes and an immigration agent as well as the different reasons for them to be illegals, a struggle which brings them together until the end of the book. The characters and their own stories are a work of fantasy of the author, however many people may have lived similar situations or may know someone who has experienced them. In fact, many persons experience this, not only in the United States but also in other countries. Many of them were forced to leave their families and their home countries for different reasons. For those humble workers who come without any malice but with one only idea, which is to work honestly, everything is much easier. Especially when the only arm that they have is their innocence, which sometimes they loose to become cunning in order to run away from the authorities and the people that exploit them and take advantage of their naivete.
8 Jul 2011
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BY LOGAN TITTLE ANCHOR ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO What’s the latest Google search? Well—Google. Since dropping $500 million earlier this week for having illegal ads, the source-filled site is standing alone with the blame. And CNN says – this was something they should’ve seen coming. The president of Columbia University's National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, warned Google CEO Eric Schmidt of the problem in a 2008 letter…[He wrote] "This suggests that Google is profiting from advertisements for illegal sales of controlled prescription drugs online…" Pharmalot**** reports Google knew it had been violating US law since 2003—but didn’t actually ban the ads until 2009. So how did the company continue to still do it? The Wall Street Journal calls it “window dressing” which allowed Google... “…to continue earning revenues from the allegedly illicit ad sales even as it professed to be taking action against them… This was a corporate decision to engage in this conduct.” But what about the advertisers who made the original decision to place illegal ads? Certainly Google’s not the only party taking a hit. The Wall Street Journal points out the paradox. “There’s a few things interesting here: One is that Google would normally say we cant be responsible for what our advertisers have done. Here they seem to be accepting the argument by the US attorney that you were aiding illegal behavior online. That raising the question what else are advertisers doing and what’s their liability?" This isn’t the first time Google has has to fork up money for a fault. A writer for Investment U asks - is Google the new Goldman? “Both companies have strong ties to the regulatory bodies in charge of monitoring them...Also, both companies appeared to have built fines into their business model.” For now, the company is admitting guilt and moving on. But if given a do-over, Google told eWeek... “It’s obvious with hindsight that we shouldn’t have allowed these ads on Google in the first place.”
31 Aug 2011
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