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Miami The Archdiocese of Miami launched a campaign Monday aimed at making Americans out of some of an estimated 400,000 legal residents of South Florida, mostly immigrants who have lived here for years but have never applied for citizenship. The
Hispanic voters want the same things all American voters want: Job security and opportunities for themselves, their children, and their grandchildren. Reaching out to the Hispanic population to gain their vote does not mean granting amnesty to
Hispanic voters want the same things all American voters want: job security and opportunities for themselves, their children and their grandchildren. Reaching out to the Hispanic population to gain votes does not mean granting amnesty to illegal
That way, billions of dollars spent on services could be put to work cutting the deficit, paying for vital programs and keeping tax increases at bay...Court rulings require California to teach every child regardless of citizenship...All children born
So we'll just keep taking money from naive investors until the scheme is recognized for the fraud it has become. The current $14 trillion debt probably amounts to about $70,000 per taxpayer. A single person entering the workforce would need to pay $
Updated 17 minutes ago There's nothing like a good dose of research and reporting to put things in perspective particularly theories on how troublesome undocumented immigrants actually are to Utah's fiscal and social infrastructure.
It's called the "side step maneuver" in identity theft. It begins with the purchase of stolen or fraudulent identity documents by illegal immigrants, like social security cards and birth certificates, which are then being used by
Sylvia Browne , one of the best-known psychics around, comes to Orange County next week on the book tour for her new memoir, Psychic: My Life In Two Worlds. We'll be talking to Browne in a day or two for a story on the book and her upcoming
Governor Christie’s plan to drop residents who have had legal immigration status for less than five years from a state health-insurance program has drawn an outcry from critics who warn it might end up being more costly and perilous to public health.
Mentally ill patients are being placed on waiting lists for treatment because Florida's mental health institutions are crowded with illegal immigrants. The crisis puts Florida at the forefront of a national debate over whether illegal immigrants