CAPS Blog - Michael W. Cutler

In the Front Door, Out the Back Door – DHS Released 30,000+ Criminal Aliens in 2014

The DHS is reported to have released 30,558 aliens who had criminal histories in fiscal year 2014. This infuriating situation was reported by The Washington Times in a March 18, 2015, news report, “DHS released another 30,000 criminal aliens onto streets.” In its never-ending efforts to spin bad news into a seeming success, the administration boasted that this was about 4,500 fewer aliens than...

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Administration Pushes Illegal Amnesty Program by Extorting and Intimidating Congress

The United States is, at least on paper, a democratic republic. Considering the huge influence that immensely wealthy individuals, corporations and special interest groups now wield, it has been said that the nation has been transformed into an oligarchy. In point of fact, on April 21, 2014, The Washington Times published a succinct but extremely disconcerting article, the title of which says it...

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Effective Immigration Law Enforcement is ‘Pro-Immigrant,’ Compassionate

For many years those of us who have called for the effective enforcement of our immigration laws and the securing of our borders have been accused of being “Anti-Immigrant” and have had a host of other vile epithets hurled at us by immigration anarchists who enrich themselves greatly through the callous and cynical exploitation of the very aliens they purport to support. Those who exploit the...

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For America to Do Well, Americans Must Do Well

America’s immigration laws were enacted to achieve two primary goals: protect the jobs of American workers and protect innocent lives. It is impossible to imagine that politicians who traditionally campaign on promises to create jobs for their constituents and reduce crime could take issue with the effective enforcement of our nation’s immigration laws. Yet, Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR...

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Exiting Senator’s Report Describes DHS Failure to Secure Borders, Enforce Immigration Laws

The January 7, 2015, terror attack on Paris underscores the fact that, where the “War on Terror” is concerned, the “All clear” has not sounded. Borders and immigration laws are America’s first line and last line of defense against international terrorists and transnational criminals from around the world; yet, we continue to operate as though borders don’t matter. The failures in immigration...

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Obama’s ‘Gift’ to International Terrorists: Immigration Executive Action

The December 11, 2014, Fox News article, “Fox News Poll: 81 percent expect ISIS attack on US, majority says keep Gitmo open,” makes it clear that the threat of a terror attack, carried out on U.S. soil, is of great concern to the overwhelming majority of American citizens. This is certainly understandable. Although the terror attacks of 9/11 occurred more than 13 years ago, no one who lived...

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Criminal Aliens Are Not a Deportation Priority under Obama Immigration Solution

While political “Conservatives” may have heated debates with political “Liberals” on a host of issues, both sides of the political spectrum certainly should agree that one of the noncontroversial missions for our government is to provide for national security and public safety. This is based on our Constitution and common sense. Our nation's borders and immigration laws are America's first line...

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Border Patrol Stripping Agents of Rifles

On November 9, television station News 4 KVOA in Tucson, Arizona, reported that some Border Patrol Agents assigned to the Tucson Sector had their M4 Carbines taken from them, purportedly to carry out a “safety inspection” of the weapons, but that the weapons have neither been returned nor replaced. The consequence of this action is that agents are now sharing rifles. This means that the custom...

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‘To Serve and Protect:’ Who Is Served, Protected in Sanctuary Cities and States?

Many police departments around the United States have adopted the motto, “To Serve and Protect,” to describe their primary missions. Police departments are almost always underfunded, suffer severe shortages in staffing and often face overwhelming challenges. The phrase, “Thin Blue Line,” sums up just how tenuous their ability is to overcome myriad challenges and protect the people who are present...

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Lack of Intelligence in Failures to Enforce Immigration Laws

For decades our nation has failed to effectively secure the borders of the United States and effectively enforce the immigration laws from within the U.S. The influx of massive numbers of illegal aliens has been attributed to the “broken immigration system.” However, the reality is that the massive number of illegal aliens present in the U.S. is, in fact, the direct result of the failures of our...

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