Facts vs. Feelings about ICE’s Largest Workplace Immigration Enforcement Action

By Inger Eberhart, March 17, 2020 U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) executed multiple federal criminal search warrants at several agricultural processing plants across Mississippi on the morning of August 7, 2019.  The processing plants involved were: A&B, Inc (Pelahatchie) and PH Food, Inc (Morton); both owned by the same person,…

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Was That New iPhone Made With Chinese Slave Labor?

By Dave Gibson, March 16, 2020 While tech giants often tell the rest of us how we should live our lives, even telling us how we should think (through censorship of any conservative thought), they seem to have to no problem raking in huge profits, while utilizing sub-human labor conditions to produce their pricey gadgets.…

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What’s in a Name?

By Inger Eberhart, March 16, 2020 Democrat Representative Susan Lontine recalled that a friend questioned her use of the term ‘illegal alien’ and Lontine’s friend told her that it was an “awful term.”  The interaction prompted Rep. Lontine to sponsor HB 20-1294.  The bill replaces the term illegal alien with undocumented immigrant as it relates…

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Another Local Government Limits ICE

By George Rodriguez, El Conservador, March 10, 2020 Yet another local government is moving toward limiting immigration law enforcement and creating a “sanctuary” for illegal aliens. Northampton County, Pennsylvania, with pressure from the ACLU and other pro-illegal alien groups, is reacting to the arrest of an illegal alien from Guatemala by implementing a new policy.…

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Graham Lobbies Trump for DACA 

By George Rodriguez, El Conservador, March 10, 2020 Senator Lindsey Graham, on Thursday, March 5, 2020, said President Trump met with some Republican senators, and that he is “receptive” to a package that would keep Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) protections in place. If that is true, it would be a slippery slope that…

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Too bad you’re not a DREAMer

By Inger Eberhart, March 9, 2020 If you were a DREAMer … you would have access to development, relief, and education opportunities because you’re an alien minor (DREAMer); you were illegally brought into the country by your parents. Sympathetic “immigrant” organizations would plead on your behalf because you are an “undocumented immigrant.”  They would petition…

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Court Rules Feds Can Punish Sanctuary Cities

By George Rodriguez, March 4, 2020 In a tremendous victory for the Trump Administration and immigration law enforcement, the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday, February 26, that the Justice Department has the power under the law to withhold federal grant money from sanctuary communities that refuse to share information and cooperate…

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