California’s Collapsing Infrastructure

Wall of Debt = $443 billion. Sacramento Doesn’t Care, Demands Sanctuary State Legislation...

Joe Guzzardi

California Moves Closer to Sanctuary State Status, Haven for Criminal Aliens

Even though I’ve heard the argument countless times that sanctuary cities make communities...

Joe Guzzardi

Malibu is Latest City to Claim Sanctuary Status

As a kid growing up in Los Angeles, Malibu was always my preferred weekend destination. Malibu to...

Joe Guzzardi

60 Minutes Reports, Selectively, on H-1B Visa Scandal

Sunday night, CBS’ 60 Minutes featured a segment on the American job killing H-1B visa,...

Joe Guzzardi

Colleges across the country give new perks to illegal immigrant students

Colleges Across the Country Give New Perks to Illegal Immigrant Students

A new fall semester is about to begin. And while American college students struggle to pay for their higher education . . .

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94,333,000 Not In Labor Force; Labor Force Participation 62.8%

A waitress mops the floor at an open but empty Waffle House restaurant in Lancaster, Pa. in this Associated Press file photo.

By Susan Jones
August 5, 2016
CNSNews.com

DHS grants Syrians temporary amnesty

This still image from Syrian state TV video shows young men with their faces covered surrendering to government forces in Aleppo, Syria, on July 30, 2016, Syrian state media is reporting that dozens of families have started leaving besieged rebel-held neighborhoods in the northern city of Aleppo after the government opened safe corridors for civilians and fighters who want to leave. The Russian military says 169 civilians have left through the corridors since they were set up, but Syrian opposition activists say no civilians have left besieged parts of the city.

Undersea Habitats need Protection, Legislator Says

By David Perlman
July 28, 2016
San Francisco Chronicle 
 
On the Davidson seamount, A basket starfish perches on a Picasso sponge. Photo: MBARI/NOAA
 

Mexican Border Agency Seen as Aiding Illegal Immigration

By Joseph J. Kolb
July 26, 2016
Fox News 
 
South of the border, Grupo Beta is seen as a humanitarian organization that steers north-bound migrants through the crossfire of warring drug cartels. But in Texas, many view it as part of a pipeline that sends humans and drugs pouring into the U.S., all with the funding and backing of the Mexican government.
 

Immigration Reform And Counter-Terrorism Are Intertwined

Migrants and refugees gather to listen to Nadia Murad Basee Taha (not pictured), an Iraqi woman of the Yazidi faith who was abducted and held by the Islamic State for three months, at the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni, Greece, April 3, 2016. REUTERS/Marko Djurica.
 
By Douglas B. Baker
July 18, 2016
The Daily Caller
 

Monster El Niño Not Enough to Quench California Drought

Rain over California’s Owen’s Valley in early May 2016. The 2015–2016 El Niño, which officially ended in late May, was one of the strongest El Niños on record. Although predicted to bring heavy rainfall to California, new research shows El Niño’s rains were not enough to ease California’s ongoing drought. Credit: Dustin Blakey
 
By Lauren Lipuma
July 15, 2016

Feds moving to strip money from U.S. sanctuary cities

Rep. John Culberson, Texas Republican, demanded earlier this year that Attorney General Lorretta E. Lynch take action against sanctuary cities, which the Justice Department has found violate federal laws. (Associated Press) 
 
By Stephen Dinan 
July 7, 2016.
The Washington Times
 

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