More states have joined the original 18 that filed a lawsuit on December 3 against the federal government and several federal officials seeking relief against the defendants’ violations of the Constitution and federal law resulting from President Obama’s November 20 announcement that he would unilaterally suspend immigration law as applied to four million illegal immigrants.
The conservative Koch Brothers-funded “chamber of commerce” is planning to raise nearly $900 million to invest in the 2016 elections.
Police officers seize firearms and ammo from a man who was guilty of nothing but getting into a loud argument — and now they refuse to return his property.
The National Border Patrol Council (NBPC), the union that represents some 17,000 Border Patrol agents and support personnel, announced on January 23 that they are opposed to the Secure Our Borders First Act (H.R. 399), introduced in the House by Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas), on January 16.
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo threatened to sue Fox News for reporting on her city's Muslim-dominated "no-go zones." But if litigation is her wont, she ought to start with the periodical that practically started the no-go-zone story: the New York Times.