Archive for the ‘immigration’ Category

How to End Humiliating TSA Screening & Patdowns: Profile

I’m afraid overbearing domestic airport security is really not about serious domestic threats to airline safety but more about modern liberal political correctness that says profiling is wrong. Because profiling would be considered a greater tragedy then what occurred on 9/11 by Civil and Human Rights Activists, everyone is left to equally endure the humiliation […]

City of Hazleton, Immigration and the Tenth Amendment

Yesterday the Third Circuit ruled against the City of Hazleton’s Illegal Immigration Relief Act Ordinance, which set out to fine landlords who rented to undocumented immigrants and would have penalized companies that employed them. Additionally, tenants would have had to show proof they were citizens or lawful residents, register with the city and pay for […]

Feds Argue Pre-Eminent Authority over Immigration

One of the core arguments advanced by the Justice Department in a lawsuit against Arizona’s immigration law is that under “our constitutional system, the federal government has pre-eminent authority to regulate immigration matters.” The government further states this “authority derives from the United States Constitution …” Here is the problem with this: There is zero […]

The US Constitution Only Delegates the Power Over Immigration or Asylum to the States

Pima County Attorney Barbara LaWall on behalf of herself and several other county attorneys and sheriffs, recently said a Arizona proposed immigration provision is an unconstitutional intrusion by the state into immigration policies, which are solely the purview of the Federal Government. This struck me kind of odd because in order to come under the […]