By Brenda Walker on 08/01/2005

Mexico Meltdown Watch

Despite Mexico's attempt to control the Texan border town of Nuevo Laredo by sending in the army, the violence there has worsened. The Gulf and Juarez cartels continue to battle over drug routes into t...
By Joe Guzzardi on 08/01/2005

Baseball: American National Pastime Or Dominican?

I am a little more frustrated than usual with the New York Times.In the July 31st Times Magazine, a lengthy article titled Building the Beisbol Brand outlined how under the direction of baseball's onl...
By Bryanna Bevens on 07/31/2005

Blacks and Hispanics: Allies or Rivals? Terry Anderson Knows The Answer...

I have long wondered why the black community isn...
By D.A. King on 07/30/2005

How Far Is It From Illegal To Undocumented?

From here in Marietta , I often wonder what the exact distance is that an illegal alien who crosses our border from Mexico must travel into our nation before becoming an "undocumented worker." ...
By Bryanna Bevens on 07/30/2005

Raid At Poultry Plant Nabs 119 Illegal Aliens—What Do We Do With Their Kids?

Petit Jean Poultry plant in Arkadelphia, Arkansas lost a chunk of their workforce when immigration officials raided the facility this week.ICE officials were tipped off by a former Petit Jean employee ...
By James Fulford on 07/29/2005

Barone on Big Labor—Minus Immigration

Michael Barone has a piece in the Wall St. Journal, (Subscriber—link may work) titled Big Labor, RIP.If you haven't read it, let me tell you that the words immigrant, immigration, and Hispanic don't...
By VDARE.com Authors on 07/29/2005

Europe's Migrant Air debuts - why not America's?

"Migrant Air" has made its first flight. The BBC reports [Afghans removed from Europe- Wednesday, July 27 2005]France and Britain have deported 40 illegal Afghan immigrants in a chartered flight jointl...
By Peter Brimelow on 07/28/2005

Sailer On That CAP Deport-Illegals Cost Propaganda

Steve Sailer has blogged on that "Deporting the Undocumented: A Cost Study" disinformation thing discussed by Bryanna Bevans yesterday....
By Bryanna Bevens on 07/27/2005

Kimberly-Clark Relocates To Mexico—Can I Suggest A New Ad Campaign? Kleenex Tissue: We May Be Traitors But We're Cheap

In 2003, Kimberly-Clark Health Care unveiled a global business plan that called for a reduction in U.S. manufacturing plants. Earlier today, Kimberly-Clark announced the closure of two more locations: ...
By Randall Burns on 07/27/2005

AFL-CIO Not Split Enough On Immigration

The AFL-CIO convention opened yesterday in Chicago. Organized labor in the US has been facing decades of declining membership and influence. In the 50s and 60s, about 30% of all private sector employee...