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US Senate to Vote on DREAM Act

The U.S. Senate is expected to vote Thursday on whether to consider legislation that would give young immigrants brought to the country illegally the chance to become citizens.

The House of Representatives approved the bill - known as the Development, Relief and Education of Alien Minors, or the DREAM act - on Wednesday. The bill passed the House by a vote of 216 to 198. Observers, though, say it has little chance of passing in the Senate.

The “DREAM Act” Amnesty for Five Million Illegal Aliens

When Congress convenes for its lame duck session on November 29, it will be asked by Speaker Pelosi and Majority Leader Reid to vote on an amnesty bill deceptively called “the Dream Act” by its open borders supporters. If passed, it will be a nightmare for the rule of law and a death knell for genuine immigration reform.

Minuteman Report - Border Drug Bust

Video by Air National Guard Training and Education Center/Television Branch

America's Toughest Sheriff, Part I

Soldier of Fortune was at full force at the May 2009 NRA Convention in Phoenix, Arizona. We met with Sheriff Joe Arpaio for two afternoons to interview America’s most controversial hard-core sheriff, and particularly to discuss his hard-core illegal immigration policy. This is a guy SOF had to meet.

Obama Signs $600 Million Border Security Bill

U.S. President Barack Obama has signed a $600 million border security bill into law, addressing a issue that will be prominent in mid-term elections later this year.


Arizona is a state that has seen an invasion of illegal immigrants continue unabated for years. Illegal immigration has taken its toll on Arizona in the form of billions of dollars spent on social services, education and prison costs.

Much more devastating, though, has been the human toll it has taken. Human and drug smuggling, kidnappings, drop houses and the murder of immigrants and American citizens are just some of the byproducts of our porous border.


In the second part of a series on America’s borders, retired Border Patrol Chief J.William Carter outlines how America’s northern border is probably more vulnerable than the border with Mexico.


Some argue that the immigration system is “broken” and needs to be reformed. Former Border Patrol Chief William Carter responds, outlining just how the federal government has failed to enforce the laws it passed in the first place.