In a September 15 letter to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director León Rodríguez, Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) expressed his concern about a USCIS memorandum published on August 17, 2015 (and going into effect on August 31) that purports to “reform” the L-1B nonimmigrant visa category.
A new report highlights several gross abuses of civil asset forfeiture law by Oklahoma law enforcement.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol has witnesses who confirm that a silver car swerved toward the SUV driven by Black Confederate activist Anthony Hervey, 49, causing his death as the SUV ran off the highway and rolled over multiple times.
Three groups filed suit against the Transportation Security Administration last week over its controversial body scanners, claiming that the agency has forged ahead with the use of the machines without the required regulations.
Despite days of advance publicity in the mainstream media, apparently only a handful of protesters representing the group Disarm NYPD showed up at Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park the evening of July 1 to burn a Confederate flag and an American flag.
Flags have always aroused the passions of the people. Like the heraldic emblems often emblazoned on them, flags have long been used in battle to identify the opposing combatants. But why all this fuss over an emblem that is 127 years old?
A former White House aide during the presidency of Bill Clinton was advising Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the regime change in Libya while he was eyeing lucrative business deals with the transitional Libyan government.
The craving for combat by U.S. Senator Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) contradicts the counsel fo the Founders.
Aleksandr Dugin sought to inspire university students to support his Eurasianist “fourth political theory,” but despite the controversy, almost no one showed up to hear him.