Tag Archive for immigration

Paul Keeps White Supremecists Donation

Upstart Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul received a $500 donation from a white supremecist and Paul has no intention on returning it.  Don Black who runs the racist website called Stormfront recently made the donation to Paul according to campaign filings. According to Black, “We like his stand on tight borders”.  Black also cited Paul’s opposition to amnesty…

What Do YOU Think Is Wrong With Our Immigration Policies?

Check out this latest entry in The Register’s series on crime and immigration. Investigative reporter Noberto Santana shot a video of what happens to immigrant criminals deported to Tijuana. While some of them find ways to return across the border, others fall back into crime as they desperately try to survive without a home or…

What Do YOU Think About Dumping Immigrant Criminals in Tijuana?

“Nobody saw this coming […] They just go right back to the United States. It’s a vicious cycle.” That was Tijuana Mayor Kurt Honald, quoted by The Register as they continue their series on crime and immigration. Mayor Honald has protested the increasingly common practice of US officials deporting immigrant criminals to Tijuana, and he…

Senator Cedillo’s Holiday Party

     My girlfriend and I had the distinct honor of being State Senator Gil Cedillo’s guests at his holiday party at Cicada Restaurant in downtown Los Angeles Monday evening.  Party goers included friends and family of the Senator, L.A. politicos, community leaders and the Superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District David L. Brewer,…

What Do YOU Think About Costa Mesa’s Immigration Controversy?

“It’s fracturing the community,” said Jean Forbath, a social activist who founded the Costa Mesa charity Share Our Selves. “The future of Costa Mesa and Orange County and all America is to accept each other. This program does not create communities.” Have you seen this in today’s OC Register? They’re beginning a series on how…

What Do YOU Think About Orange’s New Laws on Day Laborers?

“I’m glad they passed it, but I wish they were more strict about it,” said Edgar Luebben-Rivera, an Orange contractor who testified that day laborers have affected his ability to find work. “It’s a small slap on somebody’s hand.” Remember when I told you last month about the City of Orange considering new ordinances to…