Extend Legal Standing to Citizens

Many patriotic immigration reformers ask why it is that American citizens don’t initiate lawsuits...

John Vinson

Maryland Gov. O’Malley Predicts ‘Certain Death’ for Returned Aliens; Facts Contradict Him

Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley is a long-standing immigration advocate. O’Malley, now in his...

Joe Guzzardi

Pope Francis Agrees: Sending Countries, Not U.S., Responsible for Emigrating Children

In his letter to a Vatican conference in Mexico City, Pope Francis repeated the often-voiced...

Joe Guzzardi

Enough is Enough – More than 300 Protests Scheduled for Weekend

After years of failure to enforce U.S. immigration laws and, under President Obama, weakening of...

Maria Fotopoulos

CAPS Position on Health Care Coverage

CAPS firmly believes that working Americans are entitled to health insurance coverage for contraception.  A case now before the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether private corporations can obtain an exemption from the Contraceptive Mandate of the Affordable Care Act. While we support everyone's right to their own beliefs, we do not believe that employers should be able to deprive their employees of health care coverage for birth control.

White House Hid Huge Spike Of Families Crossing Border

Neil Munro
July 18, 2014
The Daily Caller

New data shows the White House has painted a false picture of the Central American migration by hiding a huge spike in “family units” who are illegally crossing the Texas border.

The data, which was dumped by the U.S. border patrol late Friday afternoon, shows that inflow of youths and children traveling without parents has doubled since 2013, to 57,525 in the nine months up to July 2014.

Drought buster patrols the streets of Los Angeles

Dana Bartholomew
July 16, 2014
Los Angeles Daily News

A day after state water regulators voted to get tougher on water restrictions, the Los Angeles water police Wednesday were out in force — with a full-time water cop of one.

But until he gets three more water enforcement deputies next month, Rick Silva has the herculean task of patrolling 500 square miles of illegally watered lawns, driveways and restaurant water glasses by himself.

Exclusive: Feds Struggling to Cope With Medical ‘Breakdown’ at the Border

Jim Avila
July 17, 2014
ABC News

The federal government is so overwhelmed by the current tide of migrants crossing the border it can’t provide basic medical screening to all of the children before transporting them – often by air – to longer-term holding facilities across the country, ABC News has learned.

MS-13 Member Arrested with Car-load of Illegal Immigrants

July 15, 2014
KRGV.com ABC 5 Rio Grande, TX

STARR COUNTY - La Grulla police found a member of the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang among several illegal immigrants.

A La Grulla police officer pulled over a vehicle after a traffic violation. The officer discovered several undocumented immigrants.

Endless wave of illegal immigrants floods Rio Grande valley

Jana Winter
July 14, 2014
FOX News

EXCLUSIVE: McALLEN, Texas — Life jackets of all sizes and the occasional punctured raft are strewn along the banks of the Rio Grande, just south of Mission, Texas, where a relentless onslaught of illegal immigrants eagerly surrender to beleaguered Border Patrol agents around the clock.

Leaked Data Shows 10-Fold Increase In Obama’s Asylum Approvals

Neil Munro
July 14, 2014
The Daily Caller

The number of foreigners who successfully filed asylum claims in the United States almost tripled from 2012 to 2013, up to 30,393.

That’s 10 times the number from 2008, when President Barack Obama was elected, and it is evidence his immigration officials are approving most of the asylum requests from the growing wave of Central American migrants.

Immigration reform fizzles as campaign issue for Democrats

Alexander Bolton
July 12, 2014
The Hill

Immigration reform has fizzled as an issue for Democrats, who are barely mentioning it on the campaign trail despite making the issue their top domestic priority in 2013 and 2014.

Latino voters, who are the most energized about overhauling the nation’s immigration laws, will have little impact on the battle for control of the Senate, with the possible exception of Sen. Mark Udall’s (D) race in Colorado.

Black Americans: The True Casualties of Amnesty

A.J. Delgado
July 9, 2014
National Review Online

One of the sleeper issues surrounding the debate on amnesty for illegal immigrants – an inconvenient one that no proponent of a widespread amnesty wishes to acknowledge – is the devastating effect so-called immigration reform will have on African Americans.