Obama Said 2O Times He Couldn’t Do What He Did

The Townhall website counts twenty times when President Obama said that he didn't have the legal authority to decree legal status for illegal aliens--which he ended up doing. One example was his statement on July 1, 2010: “[T]here are those … who have argued passionately that we should . . . at least ignore the laws on the books... I believe such an indiscriminate approach would be both unwise and unfair. . . . This could lead to a surge in more illegal immigration.”

Most Refugees Not in Danger

The Center for Immigration Studies cites data from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) showing that "For most refugees, resettlement is not a matter of life an death." Of the refugees it submitted for resettlement in 2017, only 1.1 percent were in "emergency" status and only 6.4 percent were in "urgent" status. The remaining 92.5 were classified as "normal" status, which the UNHCR defines as "[circumstances] where there are no immediate medical, social, or security concerns which would merit expedited processing."  

NC Sheriffs and Sanctuary Policies Are Endangering the Public

What is described as an "ongoing battle" between local North Carolina law enforcement and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is having deadly consequences...

Zuckerberg Goes After Rep. Steve King

Billionaire Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's "FWD.us" has launched two TV attack ads against leading immigration control patriot Rep. Steve King (R-IA) for opposing allowing...

Biden Says Illegal Aliens Are ‘Already Americans’

Vice President Joe Biden says Congress has a moral obligation to grant amnesty and a pathway to citizenship to all the 11 million illegal aliens in the country because they are "already Americans."

CIS Finds Immigration Tilting U.S. House of Representatives Blue

In a National Review article dated December 27, Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies discussed a CIS study looking at the effect...

Caravan Leaves Honduras, Enters Guatemala

The new migrant caravan coming up from Honduras that we reported on on January 10 is underway, the government of Mexico confirmed Wednesday. Mexico's...

Nearly Half Want More Enforcement

A new Rasmussen Reports survey found that nearly half of likely voters (48 percent) believe that the government is not doing enough to stop illegal immigration. Twenty-eight said the government is doing too much to stop it, and 17 percent said that the government's present efforts are adequate. Read more at rasmussenreports.com   

A Half Million More Illegals in 2019

Breitbart reported yesterday the findings of  Steven Kopits. a researcher for Princeton Policy Advisors , who concludes that perhaps 500,000 illegal immigrants will successfully...

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...