Median Income Declines during Past 40 years

The median income of American men who work full-time has declined during the past forty years, basically the same interval as the present wave of mass immigration. This influx of foreign workers has been a significant reason for the suppression of wage levels in the U.S.

Bracing for Obama Amnesty Edict

Matthew Vadum writes today on "Amnesty is coming -- big time.  Americans need to brace themselves for a huge new wave of Obama-led...

Caravan Picks Up Strength

The migrant caravan headed toward the U.S. border has pushed into Mexico, and has gained strength--with its numbers swelling from 4,000 to 5,000.  President Trump continues to affirm that he will use the military to prevent the caravan from entering the U.S. Said the president, "They're not coming into this country." Read more at 

Calif. DMV Hires 9OO New Employees to Serve Illegals

To prepare for the estimated 1.4 million illegal aliens eligible to apply for a driver's license when a new law take effect January 1,...

Foreign-Born Population Growing Fast

A new report from the non-partisan Congressional Research Service documents the rapid increase in the number of foreign-born residents living in the U.S.  The...

Saying Goodbye to All That: Deindustrialization Continues in Lordstown

On March 8, Breitbart News featured a story about newly unemployed Aaron Applegate, an eleven-year employee at GM's Lordstown, Ohio, assembly plant. Central to the...

Sanders: Real Unemployment Too High

Commenting on the decline of the "official" unemployment rate, Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) stated, "Let's be honest, real unemployment remains much too high if you add people who don't have any jobs with people who are working part time that want to work full time. You know, anybody who works part time that wants to work full time. A lot of people out there have given up looking for work in high unemployment areas. Real unemployment is over nine percent." Meanwhile, immigration advocates claim we have a labor shortage.

What Is Congress for, Anyway?

It's hard to fathom nowadays that the framers of our republic believed that Congress, of the three branches of federal government, should and would...

Border Patrol Union Has “Serious Concerns” about Senate Bill

The National Border Patrol Council, the union of Border Patrol agents, has expressed serious concerns about the immigration "reform" bill passed by the Senate. One is that the promise of the bill to add 20,000 agents is unrealistic. A spokesman for the union stated that "It seems that political goals took precedence over actual reforms."

Kaine Promises Amnesty Legislation

Vice-presidential Democratic candidate Tim Kaine told the Spanish-language network Telemundo promised that a Clinton administration would push legislation within “the first 100 days” to give amnesty to illegal aliens. He predicted that Republican House Speaker Paul D. Ryan would assist the Democrats in this task.