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Rasmussen Poll Shows Americans Favor Stricter Local Immigration Enforcement

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A Rasmussen Poll conducted in mid-March reveals that the majority of Americans do favor stricter enforcement of the nation's immigration laws. This comes after news that Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will review the current worksite enforcement program.

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Poll Reveals NJ Residents Against Rewards for Illegal Aliens

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A new poll reveals that New Jersey residents are against both driver's licenses for illegal aliens and in-state tuition benefits for the children of illegal aliens. The Monmouth University/Gannett New Jersey poll conducted in February shows that 62% oppose a limited type of driver's license and only 32% support in-state tuition rates for children of illegal aliens.

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13.2% Unemployment Rate Shows Bowling Is Not Pres. Obama's Biggest Problem With Disabled Americans

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  by  Roy Beck

Pres. Obama supposedly got into hot water with disabled Americans last week when he made a joke about his bowling skills and Special Olympics to Jay Leno. But his true insult to the handicapped was his insistence last week on keeping 7 million jobs (currently held by illegal aliens) out of reach. The first-ever official unemployment rate report on the disabled tells the story (and my handicapped wife has a story, too) . . .

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President of Houston Police Union Calls for 287(g)

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While executing a drug search warrant, Houston Police Officer Rick Salter was shot and critically wounded by an illegal alien with three prior drug arrests. The incident has the president of the Houston Police Officers Union Gary Blankinship urging the Mayor of Houston to change a policy that forbids officers from inquiring about a suspect's immigration status.

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White House Assures India No New H-1B Restrictions

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A delegation of Indian CEO's visited the White House this weekend and were assured that there would be no new restrictions on H-1B visas unless unemployment numbers get worse. The current H-1B program allows for 65,000 visas to be issued annually to high-skilled workers in tech and medical fields. Employers have to show that there are no available American workers to fill the jobs, but critics say the current program is riddled with fraud.

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New Extension for Liberians in U.S. Is Opposite of Compassionate

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  by  Roy Beck

I'm quoted in Sunday's New York Times as the sourpuss amidst what the headline says are "Liberians in New York ‘Jubilant’ at Expulsion Reprieve." Why would I say that Pres. Obama made a mistake in halting an order for the Liberians to go back home to a country of poverty and high unemployment? The Times quoted me fairly with a two-paragraph explanation, but I need more space to explain why doing something compassionate for these particular Liberians ends up being the opposite of compassionate overall. . . . .

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