In Supreme Court's Immigration Ruling, Jewish Groups See Progress But Have Concerns

Posted on Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 17:09 pm

HIAS was cited in this JTA article as one of the first organizations to weigh in on the Supreme Court's divided ruling today in Arizona v. United States, which repealed three parts of the law while upholding the component allowing law enforcement officials to check the legal immigration status of people they detain.

 

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Posted by Ken on June 29, 2012 at 8:18 pm

It is a shame the American Jewish are in the forefront of advocating the continued legal and illegal invasion of non whites into the US. The Census Bureau reports that the majority of births are to non whites. The is ominous as many of these so called minorities has an incredible antipathy towards whites. If anybody says anything about this demographic change, they will be condemned and ostracized as xenophobes. America's whites are not free people in their own land.

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Posted by Kifa on December 24, 2012 at 12:01 am

Same here! I have a Microsoft cordless mouse but I don't use it too. I don't feel comfy and I feel like it's wonirkg like a snail. When I used the regular mouse, it kept falling off the floor coz of the wire. I had to buy two in a matter of 2 weeks, arrgh! But I still would prefer the regular mouse. Am I making sense? Visiting back here, Jess. I hope I am keeping up.See yah!

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