Tag Archives: federal law

Will Other States Pass Arizona Style Immigration Laws?

 Post by Randall Ryder Earlier this year, the state of Arizona passed a new immigration law that generated a tremendous amount of controversy. The Governor of Nebraska recently said he would strive to pass a similar law in his second term.…

Is a Special Border Patrol Court System Violating Civil Rights?

Along the Mexican border, a special program called Operation Streamline deals with illegal aliens and immigrants and helps get them through the justice system quickly, but is it too fast? Under the system, individuals caught at the border are many…

Is legalizing marijuana in California going to change anything?

Post by Randall Ryder This fall, California voters will have the chance to vote on a proposal to legalize Marijuana in certain situations. Specifically, adults over the age of 21 will be allowed to posses an ounce for personal use. The…