Border Security

White House Finally Getting Tough on Illegal’s Employers?

I’ll believe it when I see it: WASHINGTON — The Bush administration said Friday it planned to raise fines significantly for employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants, part of a broader effort that includes improved border security after Congress failed to pass immigration-related legislation in 2007. The hikes in employer fines would be the first …

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Illegal Alien Posed as Police Officer….With Wrong Person

Meridian, Idaho — A man is facing felony charges for impersonating a police officer and attempting to pull over a young woman.  His target was Fox 12 This Morning anchor Shayne Wells.  Wells was heading into work around 2 a.m. when she happened to notice that a car she’d passed kept following her too closely. …

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Dems Attempt Shamnesty Crap Again

House Democrats are crafting scaled-down immigration reform legislation despite the political minefields that surround the issue, with Hispanic Members seeking five-year visas for illegal immigrants who pay fines and pass criminal background checks.Immigration reform had been left for dead after last year’s Senate train wreck, but pressures for at least stopgap immigration legislation have bubbled …

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Proposed Stimulus for Mexico’s Southern Border?!?

Incredible. There’s a $1.4 Billion proposal by President Bush called the Merida Initiative, which includes a $550 Million allocation to assist Mexico with the security of their southern border. What. The. Fuck. Over? This partnership would support coordinated strategies to: *Produce a safer and more secure hemisphere where criminal organizations no longer threaten governments and regional security; …

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Chertoff ‘Gets Tough’ on Border Security, by Making it Tougher for U.S. Citizens

New border-crossing rules that take effect in two weeks will mean longer lines and stiffer demands for ID, including for returning Americans, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said Thursday. A driver’s license won’t be good enough to get Americans past a checkpoint at the Canadian or Mexican border, Chertoff said. That will be a surprise …

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