Category Archives: Immigration

Quiet Awakening

Indiana The “Quiet Awakening” continues to gather steam. While the attention of the White Nationalist world remains fixated on the 2011 Amren conference and the Egyptian protests, the state legislatures are back in session. They are taking on immigration in … Continue reading

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Victory in Mississippi

Mississippi It is time to crack open the champagne. The Mississippi House has approved the Arizona-style immigration law. This is the same bill that passed the Mississippi Senate earlier this month. The final vote was 77 to 40. There are … Continue reading

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Texas Third

Texas Texas has become the third state this month to pass a restrictionist immigration law. Last night, the Texas Senate passed the “controversial” Voter ID law, 19 to 11. It only took six hours of debate and getting past 40 … Continue reading

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Sputnik Moment: 2011 State of the Union

District of Corruption Barack Obama succeeded in putting me to sleep tonight with his ideological boilerplate. I had planned to watch the State of the Union to catch his remarks on immigration. By the time I woke up, Rep. Paul … Continue reading

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Defeat: White Zion

Wyoming I have some bad news to report: the Arizona-style immigration law that was introduced in Wyoming has died in a House committee. Rep. Pete Illoway’s bill did not even get a single vote in the “Minerals, Business and Economic … Continue reading

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Trench Warfare: Nebraska Edition

Nebraska Nebraska is one of the brightest spots on the map for restrictionists this year. I have been quietly following new developments on the immigration front there for months now. Some items to watch: (1) Sen. Charlie Janssen of Fremont has … Continue reading

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Mississippi Second

Mississippi Mississippi was the very first state that I took a look at last year. Last September, the Mississippi Senate was holding hearings about the possibility of adopting an Arizona-style immigration law. State Sen. Joey Fillingane was spearheading that effort. … Continue reading

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