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Causa Oregon

Oregon I have been waiting for six months now to write an immigration related story about Oregon. I haven’t heard of anything out of this state. This always struck me as quite odd because I check the news several times … 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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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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Cracking Colorado

Colorado The defeat of Tom Tancredo in the Colorado Governor race was the bitterest pill to swallow of the midterm elections. The loss of Tea Party candidate Ken Buck added to the sense of disappointment. Upon closer inspection, Colorado wasn’t … Continue reading

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Blue World

Vermont Vermont has long been a plague on the Republic. I have never traveled to this Northern state. I see no reason to go there. In my imagination, I have always thought of Vermont, a satellite of Canada, as the … Continue reading

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The Real Deal

Georgia Georgia is a state that I know well. My family is originally from Central Georgia. I have lots of relatives on the other side of the Chattahoochee River. My ancestors are buried there. I still travel frequently in the … Continue reading

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Setbacks: New England Edition

Massachusetts and Rhode Island Elections have consequences. I have hammered away at that theme for almost four months now. In some parts of the country, restrictionists have gained ground on immigration. Specifically, I have drawn attention to Utah, Mississippi, Tennessee, … Continue reading

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