1.  Investors Business Daily:  “Border Charade”

“According to the Center for Immigration Studies, illegal immigrants make up 9% of the Arizona population, but they are responsible for 22% of the state’s felonies . . . . Arizona is now the kidnapping capital of the United States, and Phoenix has the second-largest kidnapping problem in the world, just behind Mexico City.”

2.  Washington Post:  “Inaction trumps problem-solving when immigration is involved

3.  Breitbart:  “US troops won’t be used to stop illegal immigration”

4.  Boston Globe:  “Candidates urge illegal immigrant crackdown

5.  Fox News:  “Feds Issue Terror Watch for the Texas/Mexico Border

6.  NBC DFW:  “Still No Word on Troops to Texas-Mexico Border

7.  Investors Business Daily:  “Jobs A Factor In Immigration Debate”

8.  Boston Herald:  “Crash test for dummies”

“Michael Moran of Brighton is a staunch supporter of the ‘sanctuary’ approach to illegal immigration we have here in Massachusetts. . . .

[Isaias Naranjo, an illegal Mexican immigrant] was driving 60 mph when he slammed his car into Moran’s . Naranjo was also drunk, driving without a license and – in an only-in-Massachusetts twist – was wearing a ‘Mexican costume’ at the time. . . . . ‘Nothing is going to happen to me, man,’ Naranjo told the cops.  That’s because he was ‘going back to my home country, Mexico.’  Massachusetts judges aren’t allowed to consider his immigration status in setting bail. Which means he could be out on the streets and back in his ‘home country’ by the weekend.

9.  My Fox Boston:  “Rep. hit by illegal immigrant talks about crash” Listen and watch this video in which Massachusetts state representative Mike Moran says he is “pro illegal immigrant” despite being rear-ended by a drunk illegal Mexican immigrant driving without a license and no insurance who totaled the representative’s car.

“State police were unable to notify immigration authorities that Naranjo might be illegal. due to a 2007 order that strips them of immigration enforcement powers.”

10.  Arizona Republic:  “Justice Dept. poised to challenge Ariz. immigration law

11.  Arizona Republic:  “Mexico harasses immigrants as it criticizes Arizona immigration law

12.  Arizona Republic:  “Phoenix loses suppliers convention over new immigration law