http://www.onenewsnow.com/2007/05/illegal_alien_protestors_deman.php Illegal alien protestors demand fast track to U.S. citizenship Chad Groening OneNewsNow.comMay 3, 2007 IllegalAliensWaitingForWork.jpg An immigration reform activist says she can't comprehend the arrogance of thousands of illegal aliens who blatantly marched in rallies across America this week in efforts to compel lawmakers to move forward with legislation aimed at giving amnesty and citizenship to an estimated 12 million illegal aliens across the country. Susan Tully, national field director for the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), says she is amazed at these protestors' attitude. "I just don't think we can comprehend the arrogance and the 'in-your-face-ness' of the illegal alien population," she contends. "It should be a really good indication that, if they think they're so deserving from doing absolutely nothing, what kind of American citizens would they make anyway." Tully feels these illegal alien demonstrators are exhibiting tremendous gall. "I think the thing that continues to amaze me and probably most Americans is the arrogance ... of the illegal aliens from Latin America who march in our streets, waving the flags of their homelands, so you know where the allegiance is -- and yet making demands of America, that they be treated the same as American citizens," she says. http://www.fairus.org/site/PageServer Illegal Aliens and Crime Incidence Most Americans equate illegal aliens with a higher incidence of crime. Some academic researchers have attempted to prove that is a misimpression. FAIR's new study, Illegal Aliens and Crime Incidence shows that the American public understands the facts better than the academics. An Immigration Reform Agenda for the 110th Congress FAIR's new Legislative Agenda lays out the critical reforms to Federal immigration laws and enforcement capabilities needed to redirect U.S. immigration policy and get it back on track. Illegal Aliens Cost New Jersey More Than $2.1 Billion Annually! This may explain why the state is suffering, as Governor Jon Corzine admitted, "one of the worst tax burdens in the United States." FAIR's new report, The Costs of Illegal Immigration to New Jerseyites analyzes public expenditures for education, medical care, and incarceration for the estimated 372,000 illegal aliens residing in the state. Read the full report here.