Brewer Calls for Wall

Former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer endorsed President Trump's proposal for a border wall. She stated, "I often used to say, a country with a border secured is like a house without walls, it collapses. You have to have your houses protected or it will collapse. And if you don’t have a wall on the border, our country is going to collapse. It’s as simple as that. And it doesn’t seem to be something that’s very hard to understand. . . . The Democrats, the left-leaning liberal Democrats just want open borders. I think that’s very plain. "

Globalist Fat Cats Dominate White House Immigration Talks

Breitbart News is reporting that globalist-oriented big business types are dominating discussions regarding legal immigration issues with the Trump White House. Representatives of the cheap...

DHS Releases Many Migrants

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)--between March 5 and March 20--released 24,000 border crossers into the U.S. to await asylum and immigration hearings. Most won't show up for those appointments, and they will add their numbers to the 11 million illegal aliens now residing in the U.S. One reason for the releases is that the recent influx of migrants has overwhelmed the detention facilities to keep apprehended migrants in custody. Congress recently refused to fund additional detention space. Read more at  

RAISE Act Introduced in Congress

Three Republican senators have reintroduced the RAISE Act. It would reform our current policy of legal immigration which makes the family connections of immigrants the chief priority for admitting new immigrants. This policy, often referred to as "chain migration," greatly pushes up the numbers of legal immigration, now at the highest sustained level in our history.  The RAISE Act would replace chain migration with a merit based system for selecting immigrants. The sponsors are Tom Cotton (R-AR), David Perdue (R-GA), and Josh Hawley (R-MO). Sen. Cotton stressed that the mass immigration undercuts wages and opportunities is not good for American workers. He noted that "For decades our immigration system has been completely divorced from the needs of our county and has harmed the livelihoods of working-class Americans. " Read more at

Most Migrants Skip Asylum Hearings

In testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan stated that in a survey of 7,000 cases of migrants who claimed asylum, only ten percent showed up for their asylum hearings. This finding helps confirm that asylum claims by migrants, in most cases, are simply a scam by illegal aliens to get into the U.S.   Read more at

Gallup: Immigration the Most Important Issue

A Gallup poll this month found that 27 percent of Americans view immigration as our country's top problem, an increase from 23 percent in...

Soros Funds Anti-Nationalist University

Multi-billionaire currency speculator George Soros is donating a billion dollars to create a university network to fight "nationalism." Soros is a globalist who seeks...

U.S. Cities Lose Tree Cover

Largely due to population growth, U.S. urban areas are steadily losing tree cover. According to a study in the May issue of Urban Forestry...

Trump Plans ‘Public Charge’ Enforcement

Under the law prospective immigrants who are likely to become "public charges" (i.e.,  dependent on public assistance) can be denied admission, and those who are admitted and later become public charges can be deported. It is a law, however, which is rarely enforced. The Trump Administration is making plans to change this situation.  A spokeswoman for the Department of Homeland Security stated: "The administration is committed to enforcing existing immigration law, which is clearly intended to protect the American taxpayer by ensuring that foreign nationals seeking to enter or remain in the U.S are self-sufficient. Any proposed changes would ensure that the government takes the responsibility of being good stewards of taxpayer funds seriously and adjudicates immigration benefit requests in accordance with the law."

Democrats Insist Public Charge Rule Be Ignored During COVID-19 Crisis

Never ones to let a crisis go to waste, a group of Democrat Attorneys General have sent a letter to Chad Wolf of DHS...