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San Antonio Migrant Tragedy: Blame Congress, Mexico

Joe Guzzardi
July 27, 2017
Right Side News

In the tragic deaths of ten migrants found crammed into a sweltering 18-wheeler outside a San Antonio Walmart, there’s more blame to go around than can be written about in a 600-word opinion column. But let’s start with the most culpable, the Washington, D.C. and Mexican governments.

Sanctuary City Crackdown Begins in Earnest

Brendan Kirby
July 26, 2017
Lifezette

Justice Department starts taking grant applications — with immigration rules attached for first time

The Justice Department has formally kicked off its long-planned effort to crack down on “sanctuary” jurisdictions, publishing a requirement that cities and counties cooperate with immigration enforcement in order to be eligible for a federal grant.

It's looking up at ICE for dedicated agents

Joe Guzzardi
July 23, 2017
The Monitor

Since his inauguration, President Donald Trump has been plagued by an inability to replace holdovers from President Barack Obama’s administration with his own hand-picked and presumably loyal staffers.

Why less immigration greatly helps American workers

Joe Guzzardi
July 23, 2017
East Bay Times

After more than 50 years of expanded immigration, President Donald Trump is slowly but surely ending the latest great wave. The largest surge of new arrivals in more than a century began after the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act that ended immigration quotas based on nationalities, emphasized family reunification and has admitted predominantly Mexicans, Central Americans, West Indians and Asians.

Bill to Cut US Legal Immigration Expected Later This Summer

Aline Barros
July 20, 2017
Voice of America

Two Republican senators are working with the White House on a comprehensive immigration bill that reports say will cut legal immigration in half.

GOP senator delaying one of Trump’s nominees

Joe Guzzardi
July 19, 2017
As seen in:
Jackson Sun
USA Today

President Trump promised to drain the D.C. swamp, and Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly once compared Capitol Hill’s deep state domestic politics to a cesspool.

Feigned outrage over Trump’s election commission

Joe Guzzardi
July 17, 2017
As seen in:
Jackson Sun
Noozhawk

Shortly after his November upset election win, President Trump said that had it not been for what he described as “millions of people who voted illegally,” he, and not defeated Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, would have won the popular vote.

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