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Lupe Moreno is the leader of Latino Americans for Immigration Reform. She is against illegal immigration and for the enforcement of U.S. borders. She is proud of her Mexican heritage but she considers herself to be an American.
21 Feb 2007
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Illegal Immigration - Ford Foundations role in subverting America's Immigration Laws (Conspiracy)
1 Jun 2007
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Illegal Immigration - Rancher Thanks Minutemen for Fence 6-03-06
1 Jun 2007
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A photo montage depicting illegal immigration in America.
16 May 2008
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When the police pull over a van full of illegal immigrants, there's too many of them to handle.
24 Jun 2008
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Illegal Musik is a NZ hip hop, R&B and rock label signed with Warner Music Group NZ and Australia and featuring artist's J Williams and DJCXL.
"60 seconds with... " Video Statement by Jeanine Hennis Plasschaert MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on sanctions against employers who employ illegal immigrants. [60 Seconds] [Statements] [Language EN] 090204-ALDESTATEMENTS-Jeanine_Hennis-Plasschaert-Illegal_imm
5 Feb 2009
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Marco Rubio on Illegal Immigration
18 May 2009
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ICE the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement is investigating Benchmade Knife Company for its use of illegal Mexican Immigrants that are employed at the Benchmade Factory in Oregon.US Immigration is investigating the assembly persons that are 80% female and of Mexican origin for illegal work visa violations. Benchmade is under investigation for using illegal immigrants that do not possess Green Cards and are illegally in the US.This is an ongoing problem with US manufacturing jobs that are still in the US and is an absolute disregard for US Labor Laws and a slap in the face to the American public.Consumers who purchase Benchmade products are under the impression that products are made in the USA, which for some of their product line is the case but who is assembling these products will shock everyone and the US Immigration is investigating this issue.Please Report Violations of Illegal Immigrants to the ICE at 1-866-347-2423
23 Oct 2010
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Talk of the State host, Jeff Mixon, interviews senior policy analyst, Bob Luebke regarding the recent decision to allow illegal immigrants in North Carolina Community Colleges.
23 Sep 2009
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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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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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