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Dunkin’ Donuts: the Schwab’s Drug Store of Discovering Immigrant Talent

There may be no space remaining where the immigration debate isn’t present. I noticed a smattering of immigration-related posts the other day even on LinkedIn, known more as a place for professional networking and as the go-to site to host one’s business credentials.

Mark D. Copoulos, a Philadelphia attorney, garnered 34,544 “likes” and 1,179 comments on this post:

The Muslim Ban that Wasn't

“A liar knows that he is a liar, but one who speaks mere portions
of truth in order to deceive is a craftsman of destruction.”

A Matter of Taste, Judgment

Watching Meryl Streep at the Golden Globes last weekend made me nostalgic for Marlon Brando’s 1973 rejection of an Academy Award and his representation on stage that night by a very polite and dignified 27-year-old Apache, Sacheen Littlefeather.

Donald J. Trump: 45th U.S. President

The explanation for how Donald J. Trump won the presidency can be summarized in a single, simple statement: during eight years in office, President Obama consistently put Americans last. Trump’s promise to bring back jobs, enforce immigration laws, restore inner cities and help ailing veterans resonated across America. Obama’s consistent refusal to act in Americans’ best interests, and to on several occasions blatantly ignore Congress, then sign executive actions that plainly hurt citizens, was impossible for voters to ignore.

Hillary Clinton’s Immigration Goals Make Her Economic Promises Impossible to Achieve

On July 24, 2016, Hillary Clinton joined Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, her Vice-Presidential candidate for a joint interview by Scott Pelley, correspondent for the CBS News program, 60 Minutes.

CAPS Ad Urging Less Immigration Airs Tonight on CNN

Slowing Immigration Not Racist, Just ‘Common Sense’

California Assembly at it Again – This Time to Preserve Aliens’ Sanctuary Status

In California’s latest attempt to dismantle federal immigration law, last month California State Assemblymember Rob Bonta introduced AB 2792.

On Independence Day, Remembering George Washington, the Immigration Realist

Washington advocated for sensible immigration.

The Week in (Bad) Immigration News

While immigration enforcement advocates are familiar with bad news, this week was particularly tough.

First, U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s latest report showed that agents apprehended more than 38,000 illegal aliens at the U.S.-Mexico border in April, the highest number caught since the June 2014 border surge of 27,000 aliens. The April total included 5,129 unaccompanied alien children and 5,516 family units.

Latest Refugee News from Sweden, Denmark: Conditions Deteriorating Rapidly

Now that the Obama administration has decided to reduce refugee vetting to a mere three months, an alarming report from Sweden shows that slowing migrant resettlement would be a better idea.