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September 13, 2010



ICE Plans New Stealth Amnesty?

"The Obama administration is changing the federal immigration enforcement strategy in ways that reduce the threat of deportation for millions of illegal immigrants, even as states such as Arizona, Colorado, Virginia, Ohio and Texas are pushing to accelerate deportations," USA Today reported. "The administration's new direction puts it at odds with those who believe the nation's immigration laws should be strictly enforced and that all illegal immigrants should be deported. ICE is "thumbing its nose at the law," said Rep. Steve King of Iowa, the top Republican on the House immigration subcommittee."

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Reaching A Tipping Point to End Birthright Citizenship

Bruce Bialosky says in his Townhall op-ed that the fight to stop birthright citizenship is steadily advancing. "The definition of 'tipping point' is the moment at which an object is displaced from a state of stable equilibrium into a new and different state. That has now occurred with what has become known as "anchor babies," and the problem lies with the misinformation that has been bantered about," he says. "Does anyone really believe that the people living in that era deliberately adopted an amendment that would allow people to come here illegally, have babies, and then make the argument that the child was an American citizen? That would be quite doubtful."

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Poll Shows Support for Ending Birthright Citizenship

"While a constitutional amendment would likely be required to stop granting citizenship to U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants, the results of a Quinnipiac University poll released on Monday showed that slightly more American say that the U.S. should end the practice than say it should be continued," RTTNews.com reports. "Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, said, 'Voters were told that 'our constitution and current laws' blessed the practice, and the prospect of having to change one or both apparently doesn't faze them.'"

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