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Is the New Arizona Statute on Immigration Constitutional?

By   /  April 28, 2010  /  Border Security  /  No Comments

Former Arizona governor, current Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and Attorney General Eric Holder are critical of Arizona’s new law on immigration. Holder, at a news conference, said the Justice Department may challenge the statute. Current Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed legislation last week that would make it a state crime to be in the […]

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Super Tunnels: The Significance of Sophisticated Passages Below the Southwest Border

By   /  January 22, 2010  /  Border Security, Trending Topics  /  No Comments

The nearly 2,000-mile border between the United States and Mexico symbolizes much of what is dissatisfying about the practical realities of this nation’s security challenges. The legitimate goal of open gateways to promote commerce clashes with the Tactical Gymnastics need to stop the north- and southbound flow of contraband. This head-on collision gives rise to […]

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Illegal Aliens? The Court Finally Calls Them Undocumented Immigrants

By   /  December 10, 2009  /  Border Security, National Security Law, National Security Law & Policy, News & Events  /  No Comments

**NOTE – This is an editorial opinion of the Managing Editor – Richard V. Rodriguez and might not necessarily represent the views of the National Security Law Brief** Undocumented immigrants? So Judge Sotomayor says: The Huffington post reports that the Court ruled against the employer in the Mohawk Industries v. Carpenter case. Mohawk Industries allegedly […]

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