Tuesday, September 14, 2010

New from the CIS

1. The Complete Immigration Story of 9/11 Hijacker Satam al Suqami

Excerpt: The past year and a half has provided a litany of examples, some tragic, that America is not safe from terrorist conspiracies and acts. Our processing and informational analysis has improved greatly since September 11 at our air and land ports of entry, but our southwest border is suffering from a near national security crisis due to Mexican narco-insurgency. Meanwhile, aviation security remains subject to incomplete vetting procedures and issues of international cooperation. What is becoming increasingly clear is that despite some real gains in border and aviation security, we are not safe. Thus, the value of continuing to learn from the terrorist travel story of September 11 remains relevant today as we continue to rummage through panoplies of choices about immigration and border security. If any immigration issue should rise above the fray and remain a standalone, it should be border security. This Memorandum is an attempt to help inform that debate more full! y, by providing never-before seen digital images that back up previously published material in the September 11 border team's monograph, 9/11 and Terrorist Travel.


2. CIS Event: Can Conservatism Survive Mass Immigration?

National Press Club, September 4, 2010. Transcript: here. Video: here


3. Coverage of CIS Video, 'Gaming the Border'

CIS blog:

Recent entries on the CIS blog are here. The CIS main page is here.

'Going Home,' or How Restrictionists Can Win the Linguistic Battle

The Pew Study on Illegal Immigration, Part VI: Why Did the Number of Illegal Immigrants Decline?

H-1B Commentary Removed from Reality

Winning the Battle on Illegal Immigration – Implementing a New Strategy

The Pew Study on Illegal Immigration, Part V: Beyond the headlines

DHS Opening Various Migration Doors to Princes and Paupers

Behind the Pew Study on Illegal Immigration, Part IV: The Mystery of the Missing 900,000 Illegal Immigrants

Behind the Pew Study on Illegal Immigration, Part III: Estimating Illegal Immigration - The Basic Model and Its Limitations

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