Biometric Database of All Adult Americans Hidden in Immigration Reform

David Kravets Wired 5/10/2013

The immigration reform measure the Senate began debating yesterday would create a national biometric database of virtually every adult in the U.S., in what privacy groups fear could be the first step to a ubiquitous national identification system.

Buried in the more than 800 pages of the bipartisan legislation (.pdf) is […]

Texas Voter-Identification Law Is Blocked by Justice Department as Biased

“My forefathers had it even harder to vote — they had to pass literacy tests — but they made sure they did what they had to do so that their vote could count,” said Price, who is black. “So if they say I have to go to the DPS [Department of Public Safety] […]

Obama Can’t Handle Immigration Reform

The leading proposal will curtail liberties without making life better for immigrants.

Op-Ed by Shikha Dalmia 4/7/2010

America’s immigration system is badly broken and in desperate need of fixing. And that is precisely why President Barack Obama should not be allowed to touch it. After the bruising battle over ObamaCare, he has simply no […]

ID Card for Workers Is at Center of Immigration Plan

Laura Meckler Wall Street Journal 3/9/2010

Lawmakers working to craft a new comprehensive immigration bill have settled on a way to prevent employers from hiring illegal immigrants: a national biometric identification card all American workers would eventually be required to obtain.

Under the potentially controversial plan still taking shape in the Senate, all legal U.S. […]

Immigration: new facts emerging

By: MICHAEL BARONE Washington Examiner Senior Political Analyst 11/15/09

In my September 2 Examiner column, I took a look at the accumulating evidence that we’re experiencing a sharp decline in immigration and that the number of illegal aliens in the United States may be sharply declining as well. I suggested that it is time […]

Judge Napolitano’s Verdict: Continuing Path Toward National ID Card