Trump is making his Cabinet selections, and the name of his chief rival for the Republican nomination, Ted Cruz, has popped up in discussion for the post of attorney general.

VIDEO - With all of the unrest and attention of Donald Trump becoming President-elect last week, one of the larger stories that has fallen through the cracks was the defeat of long time Sheriff Joe Arpaio out of Arizona. Arpaio has served as Sheriff since 1993 and has been in the headlines for many controversial items, including his position on illegal immigration and President Obama’s qualifications for the White House. So what’s next for the Sheriff? Immigration expert Andy Ramirez has some suggestions.

Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, suggested in a recent statement that Border Patrol managers will soon start enforcing immigration laws more strictly.

Three Tea Party groups that applied for nonprofit status with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) several years ago have finally received determinations from the tax agency on their applications, though two of them have been denied tax-exempt status. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which represents the Tea Party groups in a case against the IRS over the agency’s targeting of conservative groups, contends that the lengthy deliberations and recent denials are evidence that the IRS continues its corrupt practices, including singling out conservative organizations for punishment.

Donald Trump appears to be deadly serious about solving the immigration problem that has grown during the Obama administration.

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