"The Maryland National Guard is deploying 120 soldiers to Arizona to help monitor the Mexican border"."The Maryland soldiers mostly will come from the 58th Infantry Brigade Combat Team and the 1st Squadron 158th Cavalry."
"House Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Ill., and Majority Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio, held a press conference Thursday to announce that House Republican chairmen and members of nine committees will hold 21 hearings on immigration in 13 states during the August recess."
"SANTA ANA DE GUADALUPE, Mexico - As the United States calls out the National Guard and prepares to build new fences along the border, some migrants in this deeply Catholic area are seeking assistance - but not from some ordinary coyote or guide."
"Though immigration reform is stalled in Congress, the ripple effects are being felt around the country — more backlash and knee-jerk than thoughtful and measured. These anti-immigrant measures are cropping up in small cities such as Hazleton, Pa., a community of...
"The problem is so big, the attorney general for Sonora, Mexico asked
us to develop a system of communication to help authorities there. If
policemen pulled over a vehicle, it was very difficult and time
consuming for the officer to get cross border information telling him
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"A bucket of 100 garlic cloves could garnish $1 and if the pickers worked faster, after a five-hour shift, $50 would be considered a great day's pay. Reuben Arreola was 11 years old when he first started working in the agricultural farms in and around Taft."
"The Bush, Kennedy and McCain guest worker proposals will not stem the tide of illegal immigration. It will continue the phony 20-year policy of *a wink and a nod.* Over the next 20 years it will open the floodgates for 66 million or more illegals, according to...
"Spc. Anthony Maielli of the National Guard is posted in the back of a pickup truck, parked on a San Diego hill called Arnie's Point. He points the lens of a giant infrared scope, which will allow him to see when darkness falls, south over the US-Mexican border."
Why did Spain want foreigners to settle in Texas? Why wasn't the same offer made to the Spanish people living in Spain? There is something not quite right with this official version of history. Or the full story...
American immigrants automatically became naturalized citizens upon residence of three years, if they were married and self-supporting. They were free of taxes for six years. They were subject to half payments for another six years. Total 12 years.