Supreme Court allows Trump asylum restrictions to take effect, ending 9th Circuit injunctions

Sept 11, 2019     In a major win for the Trump administration, the Supreme Court issued an order late Wednesday ending all injunctions that had blocked the White House’s ban on asylum for anyone trying to enter the U.S. by traveling through a third country, such as Mexico, without seeking protection there. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals – long … More Supreme Court allows Trump asylum restrictions to take effect, ending 9th Circuit injunctions

Lawsuit: Illegal Aliens Worked for 10 Years Using Stolen Identities at Plant

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement JOHN BINDER 8 Sep 2019 Some illegal aliens arrested by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency last month in raids at five food processing plants worked illegally under stolen identities for more than 10 years, a lawsuit claims. Last month, ICE agents conducted the largest workplace raid in more … More Lawsuit: Illegal Aliens Worked for 10 Years Using Stolen Identities at Plant

Why Mass Illegal Immigration Probably Costs More Than You’ve Been Told

Illegal immigration may look good for the economy on the surface, but a deeper look reveals exorbitant costs that disproportionately hurt some of the worst-off in America. Aug 14, 2019 Willis L. Krumholz and Robert Delahunty   If Americans were honest with themselves, would they admit that they benefit from illegal immigration? According to a … More Why Mass Illegal Immigration Probably Costs More Than You’ve Been Told

If You’re Not Grateful To The United States, Why Are You Here?

Rather than ridicule America’s past, as if the travesties of U.S. history nullify its soaring glories, immigrants and longtime Americans should be grateful for America and its political and cultural traditions. August 14, 2019 By Casey Chalk Earlier this month, the Washington Post featured an op-ed entitled “I am an uppity immigrant. Don’t expect me to be … More If You’re Not Grateful To The United States, Why Are You Here?

AUDIO Judges Attack Donald Trump with ‘Open Lawfare’

Win McNamee/Getty Images NEIL MUNRO 13 Aug 2019   Ken Cuccinelli, the top appointee in the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency, says progressive judges are waging “open lawfare” against President Donald Trump’s campaign promises on immigration policy. “No president has ever suffered so many national injunctions as President Trump,” Ken Cuccinelli said in an … More AUDIO Judges Attack Donald Trump with ‘Open Lawfare’

Has anyone actually read the El Paso manifesto?

  by Byron York | August 07, 2019 The manifesto written by accused El Paso mass killer Patrick Crusius is the basis for the argument that the shootings were inspired by President Trump. Media commentators, Democratic presidential candidates, and all types of Trump critics have made that case in the days since the murders. Much … More Has anyone actually read the El Paso manifesto?

U.N. agency becomes Trump ally on immigration

Helping to bus migrants back south   President Trump has a highly unlikely ally in his fight for a secure U.S. border, an international agency that is part of the United Nations, a body that routinely advocates for open borders, reports Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. David North writes at the Center for Immigration Studies that the little-mentioned … More U.N. agency becomes Trump ally on immigration

VIDEO Why Democrats Have Only Themselves To Blame For Trump’s Temporary Asylum Limits

Congress could fix the border crisis and the asylum fraud fueling it, but Democrats have repeatedly refused in order to exploit a crisis they manufactured. July 19, 2019 The American Civil Liberties Union has filed at least one lawsuit against the Trump administration for its brand-new policy to temporarily deny asylum to those traveling to … More VIDEO Why Democrats Have Only Themselves To Blame For Trump’s Temporary Asylum Limits

Rep. Michael Cloud: Obama Proposed Allowing Children to Apply for Asylum at Home

By Melanie Arter | July 18, 2019 Rep. Michael Cloud (R-Texas) (Screenshot) (CNSNews.com) – During a House Oversight Committee hearing on migrant children, Rep. Michael Cloud (R-Texas) read a quote from former President Barack Obama illustrating that he, like President Donald Trump, proposed allowing migrant children to “apply in country” rather than make the “dangerous journey” … More Rep. Michael Cloud: Obama Proposed Allowing Children to Apply for Asylum at Home

Stricter Asylum Rules: Immigrants Must Apply In First Safe Country They Enter

By Sara Carter -July 15, 2019     The Department of Justice announced a new immigration rule Monday that will restrict illegal immigrants from countries, other than those bordering the United States, for applying for asylum first in the U.S. if they have attempted “to enter the United States across the southern border after failing … More Stricter Asylum Rules: Immigrants Must Apply In First Safe Country They Enter