In April of 2010, Arizona passed a law authorizing local police to check the immigration status of anyone they reasonably suspect of being in the United States illegally. The law has generated debate between people who say it is necessary to combat illegal immigration and opponents who say it is an infringement on civil liberties and it invites to racial/ethnic profiling of Hispanics by the law enforcement. In addition, some say the law will create tensions between law enforcement and Hispanics that will hinder general law that is enforced. There is research that Arizona claims that Hispanics are the biggest group of illegals to any other race. Hispanics are the most likely group to be in illegal status. Nationally, there were an estimated
I found our reading this week to be very informative and interesting. Arizona’s Constitution just like the U.S. Constitution has pros and cons. “Arizona, like many Western states, adopted referendum, recall, and initiative in the early 20th century. Twenty-four states have a referendum provision of some kind, and
The passage analyzed in this independent study activity is a speech on immigration delivered by Donald J. Trump in Phoenix on August 31st, 2016. During his speech, Trump clearly asserted his hard-line approach to illegal immigration in United States. (i) Throughout his lengthy speech, Trump offered an argument within an argument.
Home Land security statistics on immigration verifies that there are approximately 11 million illegal immigrants who reside in the United States. In Arizona, there is an estimate of 460,000
There are 11.1 million illegal immigrants from Mexico reside in the United States, according to the 2013 ACS. And those 11.1 million people don't pay taxes forcing the legal american citizens to pay more on your monthly tax bill. The Arizona state law eliminates this problem in the united states either forcing the illegal immigrant to be legal or be deported to their former country. The Arizona state law doesn't allow illegal immigrants to get jobs forcing most illegal immigrants to vandalize or burglarize homes. However most illegal immigrants can get legal documents but don't however because of bad reputations for crimes and what not. The Arizona law
As Franklin D. Roosevelt said “Remember, remember always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.”As much as people try twisting the president 's words, president Roosevelt meant that this country was founded by immigrants, and therefore we should be accepting. 11.5 million
On November 8, 2016 the US election took place. The two front runners, the Democratic nominee Hilary Clinton and the Republican nominee, Donald Trump went neck to neck in the presidential race. On this frightening night, millions of people watched America’s worst nightmare unfold right in front of their own eyes. Donald J. Trump the islamophobic, xenophobic, misogynistic, homophobic, sexist, racist bigot defeated Hilary Clinton and became the 45th President of the United States of America. Donald Trump shouldn’t have even been nominated to run for president.
PRO’s Located along the Mexican border, Arizona deals with some unique immigration issues that the rest of the country doesn’t have. Drug and human trafficking has hit an all time high that impacts Arizona communities at every level.
But Arizona was the state that made controversy with in almost all states and worried many immigrants and families who lived there for many years with the event of lawmakers passing a new legislation, which made undocumented people put a target on their back. The Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhood Act made a great event in history by Arizona, or in other words it made anyone who wore different clothes, didn’t have the same accent and skin color it could make a cop can pull over the person and ask for their status in the state and if they have any papers. With this act in place in created many riots and protest for the takedown of this act in many cities around the United States and people or “DREAMERS” that had the same passion for immigrants that were just looking for a better opportunity and even took it to the capital of Phoenix, Arizona, started yelling and protesting for the take down of the Safe Neighborhood Act , but it wasn’t just in Phoenix but also in California streets of Los Angeles were being flooded with fifty-thousand people protesting a law that wasn’t even in their state. Even in the state capital being Washington, Dreamers were blocking the sidewalk just outside the White House, but this wasn’t calm due to disobedience and the outcome was the police arrested twenty people even a U.S congress man. Arizona’s twenty-second Governor Jan Brewer endorsed the policy against immigrant and was also dissing the federal government which critique them on how it took them forever to enforce security in our border with Mexico and wanted to take action into her own
The 2016 Presidential Election has brought a lot of controversy due to negative statements about not only the United States but as well as other countries specifically focusing on Mexico and the border. Both Presidential Candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have both touched on the topic about Mexico and
Arizona is the sixth largest and sixteenth most heavily populated of the fifty states. The latest census bureau from 2011 estimated there were 6.482 million people living in Arizona. As of the beginning of this year, growth has been estimated at now 7.183 million people. This state is the ninth fastest growing state in the U.S (Arizona Population 2014).
I donnot agree that Trump stood out in this debate, he did not show the same strength and toughness than in previous debates. Trump seemed confident since he leads the national polls. That is why the mogul did not strike back at the attack of his opponents, he probably did not want to say anything that could damage his position of front-runner, and he just let his opponents fighting
6) Is this a red or blue state? Arizona is a red state, and, for the most part, has been a red state since 1952.
How much longer will Arizona have to suffer from illegal immigration? Peter Katel wrote that “While illegal immigrants only make up about 5 percent of the U.S. work force, critics of the nation's immigration policies say illegal immigrants take Americans' jobs, threaten national security and even change the nation's culture by refusing to assimilate” (Katel par. 1). We will look at how Arizona is dealing with illegal immigration. Even though illegal immigration is not a major issue in most states, Arizona is dealing with more crime, overcrowding, and additional cost.
Donald Trump has been seen as a blunt selfish business man in the game of politics. However, the Republican Primary lead candidate recently signed a loyalty pledge to the Republican National Committee (RNC). (Lee). This means that Donald Trump had promised to support the Republican nominee, even if it is not him. It also promises that if he does not win the primary’s he will not run as a third party candidate. The loyalty oath calmed many GOP officials because they feared Trumps ill-tempered and unpredictable personality. (Lee).