In a statement published by FoxNews.com Sunday, Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) wrote, in part: "A nation's first loyalty must be to its own citizens....
Nancy Berryhill, the acting director of Social Security, endorsed E-Verify, the system that enables businesses to check federal data bases to determine whether the people they want to hire are legally authorized to work in the United States. In testimony before Congress she stated, "Mandatory use of E-Verify by employers would help reduce the incidence of fraudulent use of [Social Security numbers]."
Nine plaintiffs represented by the Immigration Reform Law Institute have sued the Department of Homeland Security for the Environmental Damage caused by mass immigration and lax immigration law enforcement.
The latest Rasmussen Reports survey found that 53 percent of likely Democrat voters believe that illegal aliens should be able to vote if they pay taxes. Overall, 60 percent of likely U.S. voters say illegal aliens should not vote; 35 percent say they should; and five percent are undecided. Only 21 percent of Republicans support voting by illegal aliens.
The Department of Justice has sued the state of California for its obstructions of federal immigration law enforcement. Attorney General Jeff Sessions stated, "The Department of Justice and the Trump Administration are going to fight these unjust, unfair, and unconstitutional policies." California Gov. Jerry Brown replied that the DOJ's move to uphold the rule of law would "further divide and polarize America."
As usual, the federal judiciary won't allow common sense policing supported by the American people.
Californians who oppose their state's law granting sanctuary to illegal aliens are seeking a referendum to overturn that statute. A spokesman for this campaign, Ben Bergquam, said sanctuary is "lawless." He further stated that "It's politicians protecting criminal illegals at the expense of law-abiding citizens. It's a slap in the face of American sovereignty and the citizens of our country." The proponents of the referendum will need to gather signatures of at least 365,880 registered voters by Jan. 3, 2018, in order for it to appear on the November 2018 ballot.
On Monday the editorial staff of the Boston Herald published a statement against bias and false reporting in the mainstream media. It stated, “The left and its compliant media are willfully reporting false news to the American people. Whether it is a symptom of mass hysteria that is the genesis for this confirmation bias-style reporting or an intentional maneuver to spread anti-Trump propaganda, its effect is toxic and pernicious.” As example cited that the claim circulated by The New York Times, MSNBC. CNN and other prominent media that President Trump referred to all migrants coming to the United States as "animals." Trump did not say this. He only applied the term "animals" to members of MS-13, a criminal gang notorious for its viciousness and cruelty. The Herald editorialists concluded that "Reputable media personnel . . . are entrusted to be conveyors of truth. They constantly declare their import with screeds about the First Amendment. Those in the media who propagated this toxic lie should be fired. Read more at bostonherald.com
A new analysis of federal data by the Pew Research Center finds that illegal aliens make up about 5% of the total U.S. workforce,...
Political commentator and best-selling author Ann Coulter was signing copies of her new book Adios America: The Left's Plan to Turn America into a Third...