Trump’s Enforcement Commitment Includes Irish ‘Community Leader’

The ink was barely dry on my blog post about amnesty-seeking illegal immigrant Irish, some of whom...

Joe Guzzardi

ENLIST Act (HR 60) Poses a Threat to National Security and Public Safety

The ENLIST Act (HR 60), currently under consideration by Congress, would provide illegal aliens...

Michael W. Cutler

Overloaded Immigration Courts Slower than ever with Fewer Deportations

Perhaps more than any other metric, the astronomical increase in immigration court cases underlines...

Joe Guzzardi

Supreme Court Allows Trump’s Enjoined Travel Ban to Go Forward

The Supreme Court upheld President Trump’s revised March executive order that temporarily...

Joe Guzzardi

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A giant reservoir that supplies a California county’s drinking water is nearly empty

Nick Giese heads out to fish on Southern California’s Lake Cachuma. With the reservoir more than 90 percent below capacity, the surrounding region soon will face a water crisis. (Darryl Fears/The Washington Post)

Poll: 54 Percent Want Immigration Halved — or Reduced to Zero

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By Katie McHugh
November 8, 2016
Breitbart
 
A poll released Tuesday finds 22 percent of likely voters want immigration reduced to zero, while 32 percent want to see it halved to 500,000 per year. Only 11 percent want to see one million or more foreigners arrive in the U.S. every year.
 

College Subsidies for Illegal Immigrants Get Their Day in Court

Plaintiff Earl De Vries claimed that giving in-state tuition benefits to illegal immigrants at University of California schools was a violation of federal law. (Photo: Joanna Jhanda/Zuma Press/Newscom)

By: Cully Stimson & Hans von Spakovsky
November 7, 2016
CNSNews
 

Companies can stop illegal immigration in seconds — but this free identity check isn’t mandatory

Should the U.S. try to stop illegal immigration at the border — or at work?
 

E-Verify takes just seconds to determine if a worker is here illegally, so why don’t all employers use it?

Increasing number of migrants from around the world making way to US border

In this Dec. 3, 2014, file photo, cars wait to enter the United States from Tijuana, Mexico, through the San Ysidro port of entry in San Diego.

By Staff/The Associated Press Contributed to this Report
November 01, 2016
Fox News 
 

Wildlife populations plunge almost 60 percent since 1970: WWF

An elephant breastfeeds its young one at the Amboseli National Park, southeast of Kenya's capital Nairobi, April 25, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya/File Photo

By Alister Doyle
October 26, 2016
Yahoo News
 

Spike In Immigrants Illegally Crossing Into US Ahead Of Election

Associated Press
October 25, 2016
CBS New York
 
MCALLEN, Texas (CBSNewYork/AP) — There has been a surge of immigrants illegally crossing into the United States leading up to next month’s presidential election.
 

Sanctuary city illegal immigrant sparks $61M fire in national forest

Trees in the Sequoia National Forest in California were charred along the path of a 29,000-acre blaze caused by an illegal immigrant with a long criminal record. (Associated Press) Photo by: Gary Kazanjian
 
By Stephen Dinan
October 25, 2016
The Washington Times
 

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