USBC: Illegal Aliens

Illegal Aliens Build Florida Public Housing While U.S. Workers Are Denied Employment

Fourteen illegal aliens who were working on a taxpayer-funded construction site were arrested in Panama City, Florida. Meanwhile, authorities report local construction workers had been turned down at this particular site. Police deputies stopped a truck as it left the construction site and discovered the driver had a suspended license and was in the country illegally. The driver also admitted that he lived with 16 others in nearby homes. When deputies raided the houses, they rounded up a total of fourteen illegal aliens.  Six were charges with criminal use of personal information – using stolen Social Security numbers. A sub-contractor  more »

Could We Use a Quick $75 Trillion?

Somehow, I don’t think anybody reads these signs – in English OR Spanish!!   If we collected $5,000 from every illegal that came across the border, could we even put a dent in the National Deficit? Gee, let’s see… 15 million X $5,000… Nah! That’s only $75 Trillion… but a pretty good dent. It’s a shame our politicians never visit their “secure” border. If they did, they might have read this sign and solved both our deficit and immigration problems overnight.

Mexican ID Card Invented to Aid Illegal Immigration

On November 16, 2010, Durham, North Carolina became the first city in that state to accept the Mexican Matricula Consular card as a valid form of indentification when their city council passed the measure 5-2. The U.S. Government Accountability Office indicates that about 400 cities across the country have adopted these cards as legal identification, despite all the evidence that show this card to be virtually worthless as a valid ID.  The Matricula Consular cards have only one purpose: they’re a document invented by the Mexican government to help Mexicians illegally migrate to the U.S.  It showcases just how anxious Mexico is to more »

America in Retreat on its Own Borders

Arizona Sheriff: Border Patrol Has Retreated from Parts of Border Because It’s ‘Too Dangerous’ Friday, August 13, 2010 By Terence P. Jeffrey, Editor-in-Chief Sheriff Larry Dever of Cochise County, Arizona ( – Sheriff Larry Dever of Cochise County, Ariz., one of four Arizona counties contiguous with the U.S-Mexico border, said Friday that the U.S. Border Patrol has pulled back from parts of the border in his and neighboring counties because manning those areas has become too dangerous. “And you frankly have Border Patrolmen–and I know this from talking to Border Patrol agents—who will not allow their agents to work on the more »

Director Morton says ICE may refuse to process illegal aliens from Arizona

A top Department of Homeland Security official reportedly said his agency will not necessarily process illegal immigrants referred to them by Arizona authorities. John Morton, assistant secretary of homeland security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, made the comment during a meeting on Wednesday with the editorial board of the Chicago Tribune, the newspaper reports. “I don’t think the Arizona law, or laws like it, are the solution,” Morton told the newspaper. The best way to reduce illegal immigration is through a comprehensive federal approach, he said, and not a patchwork of state laws. The Arizona law, which criminalizes being more »

Congressman Turns Against His State

These days, it is not unusual for Congressmen to behave in bizarre ways.  But Rep. Grijalva took the prize when he actually called upon the nation to boycott his own state of Arizona. What could have caused him to behave so badly to the people he is supposed to represent?  That all depends on who Rep. Grijalva thinks he represents. In a state like Arizona that is overrun by illegal aliens, thanks to decades of neglect by our federal government, a savvy politician needs to know who his constituents really are.  And in Grijalva’s District, apparently, illegal aliens rule the roost. Rep. Grijalva more »

Bush's 'midnight regulation' will hurt citizens and hurt farm workers

Opponents of illegal immigration and advocates for farm workers are blasting a ‘midnight regulation’ by President George W. Bush which would change the Labor Department’s H-2A Temporary Agriculture Worker Program, making it easier for agricultural employers to hire foreign workers. The change would both undermine worker protections and set wage levels so low that U.S. workers could not compete with foreigners for jobs. The regulation allows agricultural employers to hire temporary foreign workers if not enough domestic workers are ‘able or willing’ to fill farm jobs. Bush’s regulation is expected to take effect January 17, three days before President-elect Barack more »

New Oregon license rules dramatically decrease demand

A law passed in February requires Oregon driver’s license applicants to present a verifiable Social Security number before their application can be considered. As of July, applicants for driver’s licenses were also required to show proof of citizenship. Since the ID rules went into effect, the number of license applicants asking to take the written knowledge test in Spanish has dramatically declined. David House of the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles says that many of the would-be drivers cannot provide a valid Social Security number or valid proof of citizenship, so they don’t apply for a license or a renewal. more »

Bush administration finally tries enforcing the law President Bush wanted to give amnesty to illegals, and saw that effort fail in the Senate in June. There is little talk of reviving the proposal anytime soon. Some federal agencies, however, are beginning to enforce the law, cracking down on the hiring of illegal aliens. In recent months, federal agents have raided factories around the nation. Agents have detained thousands of mostly-Hispanic laborers believed to have entered the United States illegally. Factory owners face prosecution and, if found guilty, must pay hefty fines. Michael Chertoff, chief of Homeland Security, has announced new more »

In Missouri, the “show me” state’s law enforcement officers will ID illegal immigrants Missouri’s law enforcement officers are looking for illegal aliens. The state’s Governor, Matt Blunt, said he doesn’t want the state to wait for the federal government to act on the problem; so he’s added the extra duties to the state’s officers. “We don’t want what happened to the people in New Jersey to happen in Missouri,” Blunt said. The Governor referred to an illegal alien in New Jersey who went to prison for the rape of a child. After posting bail, the man murdered three college students. more »

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