Bloomberg Calls for Amnesty

Democratic candidate for president Michael Bloomberg recently set forth his platform on immigration. According to Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York, it is...

New policy in Mexico Is Encouraging Migrants

The more tolerant, even supportive, policy toward Central American migrants of the new Mexican federal government is encouraging a trend that had already reached...

Immigration Will Add 75 Million by 2060

The Census Bureau projects that our current population of 325 million will rise to 404 million by 2060 if the current level of immigration continues. Almost all of that growth--a total of 75 million--will be due to immigrants (legal and illegal) and their families. Without immigration, our population would only increase by 3.7 million between  now and 2060. Read more at washingtonexaminer.com

House Upholds Alien Voting

The Democrat-majority House voted to defend localities that permit illegal aliens to vote in their elections. The vote was a reversal of a vote...

Pro-Immigration Elites Scorn Masses

In the May issue of First Things, writer Matthew Schmitz argues that support for mass immigration by U.S. elites often stems from their disdain for average Americans. He observed that "Confident that I opposed all forms of ­bigotry, I failed to notice that support for migration is ­characterized in no small part by contempt. Our elites portray working-class Americans as violent, hateful, and incompetent. They revel in their suffering." Some examples Schmitz cited were as follows: "In a 2017 column for the New York Times, Bret ­Stephens proposed, 'So-called real Americans are screwing up America. Maybe they should leave, so that we can replace them with new and better ones.' In 2017, William Kristol said during a discussion with Charles Murray, 'Look, to be totally honest, if things are so bad as you say with the white working class, don’t you want to get new Americans in? . . . I’m serious.' In 2018, Max Boot wrote in the Washington Post that Trump’s supporters were “grumpy old white people who live in rural areas and lack college degrees.” In another column, he said that he wanted to 'keep the hard-working Latin American newcomers' and 'deport the contemptible Republican cowards' in Congress who had supported ­Donald Trump. Jennifer Rubin, his colleague at the Post, tweeted her agreement." Read more at firstthings.com  

The Migrant Dam is Burst: U.S. Being Flooded

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency, charged with the disposition of illegal border crossers following their apprehension in the U.S., has all but...

Mexican Birth Certificates Now Available In USA

The Mexican government today begins issuing birth certificates to its citizens at its 50 consulates in the U.S., seeking to make it easier for...

Koch Teams with Soros

Charles Koch, one half of the billionaire Koch Brothers duo, sponsored a summit this past week in Colorado Springs of his umbrella organization "Stand...

CIS: Tighten Student and Exchange Policies

Dan Cadman of the Center for Immigration Studies has called for reform of programs allowing foreign students and scholars to enter the U.S. He...

Refugee Children Get More Than American Children

A recent study reveals that the children of immigrants designated as refugees receive more in public benefits than native-born American children. Commenting on this disparity, a writer at americanthinker.com observed, "The concept of a civic community has been turned on its head in the United States. No longer do we take care of our own first and then do what we can to help the rest of the world. Along with the idea of actual borders, the idea that we owe our citizens the greatest protection is being tossed aside in practice, if not yet in theory."