Iconoculture, the marketing website which keeps highlighting weird Hispanic cultural problems, has actually highlighted a normal American success story in Irving, Texas. Of course, from the point of view of illegal aliens, this success, in arresting and deporting illegals, is a cultural problem. The Iconoculture item is called A Texas city gets strict, becomes divided on undocumented immigration.
Let's make it clear that "divided" means divided between loyal and disloyal Americans, and it also means divided between those who profit from illegal immigration, and those who pay the bill.
Here's what the Economic Persons at Iconoculture have to say:
The bad thing about Iconoculture (aside from their attitude, is that they don't provide either a link or a citation for their NYTimes.com reference—I'll have to do it: Texas Mayor Caught in Deportation Furor ,By Randy Kennedy, New York Times, April 4, 2009.
And driving without a license isn't a minor offence when an American does it. They put people in jail for that. You are statistically more likely to be killed by a Mexican with no driver's license than you are by a terrorist.