Notorious security risk Anthony Lake (now chief of UNICEF) and former president of the Socialist International Antonio Guterres (now UN High Commissioner for Refugees) have key roles in guiding the “refugee” invasion of the EU and the United States.

Speaker of the House John Boehner's resignation opens the position of speaker to someone who might take the Constitution seriously. by Bob Adelmann

Senate lawmakers teamed up on Thursday to stop a GOP-led effort to cut Planned Parenthood’s funding. The vote on the legislation was 47-52 (eight of which were pro-abortion Republican votes), short of the necessary 60 votes to overcome a Democratic filibuster. One Democrat joined the Republicans to advance the bill. Though disappointing for Republicans, the failed vote was widely expected.

A September report released by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) noted that the nation's immigrant population (both legal and illegal) hit a record 42.4 million in July 2014, representing an increase of 2.4 million since July 2010.

The FBI admits it can’t vet the incoming swarm of refugees, and Senate and House judiciary chairmen blast Obama for the serious national security risks and economic costs of his refugee policy.