September 19, 2006 Dear Member, The undersigned organizations and individuals, concerned about immigrant, civil rights and national security, respectfully write to urge you to strongly oppose any attempts to use the appropriations process for FY 2007, including the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Appropriations bill, to attach extraneous provisions not included in the appropriations bills […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Apparently the latest battlefield for the neo-segregationists are beauty pagaents. Perhaps my vision is askew, but unlike the author at the link above, I see no reason to put the word beauty in quotes. The women are all stunning and the use of quotes around the word beauty is simply a juvenile attempt at complaining […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Every year, thousands of individuals and families enter the United States fleeing religious oppression and bigotry. Following September 11, many groups, particularly evangelical Christians, have called for an end to such immigration, especially those from the Middle East. I believe that such a policy would do little to fight terrorism and is more an expression […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Recently, I authorized the inclusion of The Multiracial Activist on a coalition letter to Nuala O'Connor Kelly, Chief Privacy Officer, Department of Homeland Security, regarding US-VISIT redress policy dated March 15, 2004. The letter is now available online here (pdf). This entry also posted at A Mixed Blog.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Gabriel Gasave of the Independent Institute on Imposing Transit Visas: Just Another Low-Flying Idea? Late this past summer, the U.S. government announced the temporary suspension of two programs that allowed certain international air passengers to travel through U. S. airports for brief stopovers or to change planes on their way to other countries without first […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Maybe this embarrasment to the party will be gone. I doubt it, but maybe. He'd make a much better fit in the Constitution Party anyway, especially with his anti-immigration (at least towards Latinos) views.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Robert Locke, writing for FrontPage Mag: "Now we come to the saddest dupes of the immigration debate: what Lenin called the "useful idiots" of the Right. These are basically a combination of extreme libertarians (like the Cato Institute) who support immigration on ideological grounds and hired guns who promote it on behalf of interested economic […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In the July 3rd Rocky Mountain News, Stanley says he's not racist – Libertarian Senate candidate defends use of poem 'Illegal' in immigration e-mail: Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Rick Stanley says he's not a racist for forwarding an admittedly offensive poem during an online discussion about immigration. "This allegation is absolutely a lie," he said […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Brown Peril by L. Neil Smith (The Libertarian Enterprise) Number 160, February 11, 2002Continue Reading... No Comments.
Your hatred is incredible. —– Original Message —– From: “Vic Titious” Sent: Monday, September 17, 2001 5:12 AM Subject: Re: [IMC-DC] 4am (re/ “cowards”) > On Mon, 17 Sep 2001 12:42:39 -0400 “Suzanne Meyer” > writes: > There’s a reason more people want to immigrate here than anywhere else > in the world. > *** […]Continue Reading... No Comments.