Tag Archives: immigration

Arizona’s Copycats

The Washington Post tracks the states looking to copy Arizona’s racist anti-immigrant law. Lawmakers in Oklahoma, South Carolina and Utah, which have already taken steps against illegal immigration, say that Arizona-style measures have a realistic chance of passing when their legislatures reconvene in 2011. The Obama administration sued Arizona in federal court Tuesday, charging that the state law usurps federal ...

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BRITAIN: Court Rules Gay Asylum Seekers Have A Right To Stay In The UK

Britain’s Supreme Court has ruled that gay people who fear retribution in their home countries have a right to asylum in the UK. The decision involved two men from Iran and Cameroon who say they face physical harm should they be returned to their home countries. Via Pink News: Lord Hope, who read out the judgment, said: “To compel a ...

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Rep. Louie Gohmert: Hamas Women Are Having U.S. Babies So They Can Grow Up To Be Terrorists And Kill Us All

And therefore we must do away with the 14th Amendment.

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AZ Immigration Law Training Video

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More Fearmongering From Jan Brewer

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ARIZONA GOP Candidate Wants To Cut Off Electricity To Undocumented Immigrants

Arizona GOP candidate Barry Wong wants the state to cut off the electricity of anybody not in the country legally. “We shoulder and we all share the costs,” said Wong, who is running for a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission. “Granted they pay for it, but as we use more electricity overall then utilities will have to eventually build ...

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HomoQuotable – Jimmy LaSalvia

“The decision by the leadership of the gay left to support the Arizona boycott over an issue totally unrelated to gay rights shows just how beholden they are to the union bosses. The Arizona boycott is being spear-headed by the Service Employees International Union, and the law at the center of the boycott has nothing even tangentially to do with ...

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Terrorist Babies Are Coming For You!

This guy just never quits, does he?

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Fox News Anchors Suddenly Play Nice When The Boss Is On The Set

Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch actually supports comprehensive immigration reform. Watch how his anchors suddenly get all PC with their rhetoric when he is the guest.

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Hillary’s Deputy Eric Schwartz On Improving LGBT Asylum Requests

U.S. Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, Eric Schwartz, spoke today about the State Department’s attempts to improve the handling of asylum requests by LGBT refugees. Schwartz was speaking at the State Department’s LGBT Pride Month reception and this video was posted to their official YouTube channel. RELATED: Good As You has Secretary Clinton’s Pride Month ...

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Rep. Steve King (R-IA): Illegal Immigrants Can Be Spotted By Their Shoes

In a rambling story about catching a cab in DC, Rep. Steve King said that racial profiling is an “important component” of police work and that Arizona cops can spot illegal immigrants by “what kind of shoes” they wear. Stay out of your local Immigrant Foot Locker unless you want those cops to think yer a Mex’can!

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AZ Gov. Jan Brewer To Immigrants: Get Out And Take Your Kids With You

Watch the above clip, then consider this: Arizona’s GOP has proposed a new bill that would deny birth certificates to the children of undocumented immigrants. Buoyed by recent public opinion polls suggesting they’re on the right track with illegal immigration, Arizona Republicans will likely introduce legislation this fall that would deny birth certificates to children born in Arizona — and ...

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Breaking The Law For Love

The SF Weekly’s Lauren Smiley has turned in a fascinating (and sad) profile of several gay couples who’ve been separated due to our nation’s inequitable immigration laws. An excerpt: Now that Arizona’s “papers please” law has pushed immigration reform to Washington’s front burner, Democrats propose allowing “permanent partners” to be treated the same as spouses under immigration law. While 19 ...

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AZ Gov. Jan Brewer Admits Crime Is Down, But Blames Immigrants Anyway

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer acknowledges that violent crime is actually down in her state, but goes right on to blame immigrants anyway. Loony tunes.

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AZ Gov. Jan Brewer Caught In Lies About The Death Of Her Father

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer told a local newspaper that her father died fighting the Nazis. It turns out he died of a lung disorder ten years after the war ended. Via Politico: “The Nazi comments … they are awful,” Brewer told the Arizona Republic of the rhetorical attacks she’d absorbed after signing a tough immigration measure. “Knowing that my father ...

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AZ Sen. Russell Pierce On Anchor Babies

Arizona state Sen. Russell Pierce seems to think the Constitution is unconstitutional. Or something. Because he doesn’t want citizenship granted to babies born to undocumented immigrants.

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The Reliably Racist Ray Stevens

JMG reader Jason sends us the latest from the “reliably racist” Ray Stevens. This ten-day old clip already has had 1.3M views on YouTube.

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A Message From AZ Gov. Jan Brewer

No seriously, this IS from her.

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ARIZONA: Gay Professor Booed For Denouncing Immigration Law

Dr. Sandra Soto is the Assistant Professor for Women’s Studies at the University of Arizona, where she used this week’s graduation ceremony to denounce her state’s racist immigration law. It’s a bit surprising/depressing that so many students would boo her. (Although she did get some decent applause at the end.) The Freepers are thrilled by the students’ reaction.

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Quote Of The Day – Bryan Fischer

“I was asked by a caller Thursday whether Jesus would, if he were governor, sign the Arizona immigration law. ‘In a heartbeat,’ I answered. Why, I asked rhetorically? ‘Because of his compassion.’ This compassion is for the citizens of Arizona who are subject to home invasions, out-of-control drug trafficking, human smuggling, the constant threat of kidnappings, and a $2.7 billion ...

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