A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words… and Millions of Dollars to Immigration Lawyers

“Follow the money.”
                                            - Deep Throat

The Border Isn’t Better – It’s Getting Worse

Border Patrol TruckThe Obama Administration has tried to give the impression for some time that it has secured the Mexican border against illegal immigration.

Immigration Law Violations Are About Mind Over Matter If the Administration Doesn't Mind the Violations, They Don't Matter

On December 21, 2011, I was interviewed by Neil Cavuto on Fox. Cavuto’s premise was that since Border Patrol arrests had declined it would seem that there are fewer illegal aliens present in the United States.

North and South of the Border, Amnesty Advocacy Accelerates

Immigration advocacy never ends. During the August congressional recess, House representatives took a drubbing in their local districts from their irate constituents. At more than 400 Town Halls hosted by 150 representatives, the loud and clear message was, boiled down to two words, “No amnesty!”

The Spoils of the Political Machine – Napolitano’s Move to Kalifornia

Last month, Janet Napolitano, secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, announced she’d be resigning from that job. The former Arizona governor now is slated to be the next president of the 10-campus University of California system, in another case of failing upwards.

How Do You Get to the Border?

There's an old riddle that asks, “How do you get to Carnegie Hall?” The answer is simple---practice, practice, practice!

Solving the Same Problem Over and Over Again

"If history repeats itself, and the unexpected always happens, how incapable must man be of learning from experience?" George Bernard Shaw


George Bernard Shaw did not have a crystal ball but his insight into people was impeccable.

Minority Senate Leader McConnell Blind to the Link between S. 744 and Youth Unemployment

As the Senate debate about the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act, S. 744, comes down the home stretch this week, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell will play a crucial role. McConnell, as the Senate's Republican leader, could be an influential opposing force. Or McConnell can cave into the Gang of Eight and vote for S. 744 which might in turn signal other fence-sitting Republicans that supporting the bill is the right thing to do.

Rubio: “Legalization is Not Conditional”

As the Senate immigration bill begins its first week under review, the key issues are border security, border security and border security. Opponents like Jeff Sessions, Chuck Grassley and Ted Cruz insist that the Border Protection, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Act, S. 744, lacks meaningful security measures.

They Keep Coming to America

"They Come to America II: The Cost of Amnesty” is Dennis Michael Lynch’s second documentary about illegal immigration. In it, Lynch covers a lot of ground.