The Arizona Republic -- Michael Kiefer
Another of Arizona's immigration laws was struck down Wednesday when the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled unconstitutional a law denying bond to undocumented immigrants charged with "serious" crimes.
The law, known as Proposition 100, was passed by voters in November 2006, during the height of anti-immigrant sentiment in the state.
Breitbart -- Caroline May
The immigration reduction group Numbers USA has launched a new ad campaign in a number of states with tight Senate races highlighting the loss of jobs to immigrants.
Numbers USA’s ad asks simply, who should get the jobs: citizens and legal immigrants already here or new immigrants? It encourages people to see where their senator stands on the issue.
Fox News Latino -- Associated Press
An appeals court on Wednesday struck down a voter-approved law in Arizona that denies bail to immigrants who are in the country illegally and have been charged with a range of felonies that include shoplifting, aggravated identity theft, sexual assault and murder.
An 11-member panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the law violates due-process rights by imposing punishment before trial.
The Daily Caller -- Neil Munro
The government-facilitated inflow of Central American migrant children and youths into U.S. schools and workplaces is at least 50 percent larger than has been reported by most establishment media outlets.
The media has copied President Barack Obama’s focus on 68,000 so-called “unaccompanied children,” but has mostly ignored the equally large inflow of 68,000 parents and minors who crossed the border in so-called “family units.”
Breitbart -- Tony Lee
During Monday's National Security Action Summit, NumbersUSA's Rosemary Jenks, one of the nation's foremost immigration experts, said America must better screen legal immigrants to avoid another terrorist attack.
Jenks pointed out that just this year alone, there have been "474 so-called special-interest aliens from country's linked to terrorism" such as Syria, Iran, Iraq, and Yemen. Jenks asked how a poor person from Yemen would have the funds to come to America.
DML Daily -- SFC Drake
NumbersUSA launched TV ads in Dallas-Fort Worth and Harlingen-Brownsville-McAllen, Texas last week calling on President Obama to stop talking amnesty and start securing the Texas border. The ads call attention to costs associated with increased flows of illegal aliens as a result of the Obama administration’s past amnesty, ongoing calls for amnesty and actions to dismantle immigration enforcement. The ads are funded by the 250,000 Texas members of NumbersUSA.
Daily Mail (UK) -- David Martosko
The federal government has sent more than 37,000 illegal immigrant children to adults in every part of the U.S. who claimed to be their guardians during the first seven months of 2014, data from the Department of Health and Human Services show.
But tens of thousands more are languishing in 116 shelters operated with taxpayer dollars in at least 16 states.
Breitbart -- Caroline May
The border crisis and Republican candidates beginning to connect the dots on amnesty harming Americans have been two of the factors driving recent polls and causing concern among Democrats in tough elections, according to NumbersUSA president Roy Beck.