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Trump, Sessions Increase Pressure on Sanctuary Cities

26 July 2017
Trump, Sessions Increase Pressure on Sanctuary Cities

States not complying with federal requests concerning illegal immigrants held in local jails will now lose federal grant money, declared President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Supreme Court Grants Trump Partial Victory in Ongoing Travel ban Controversy

20 July 2017
Supreme Court Grants Trump Partial Victory in Ongoing Travel ban Controversy

The war over security versus freedom to immigrate is far from over.

Homeland Security Tasks Army Corps of Engineers to Test Types of Border Walls

19 July 2017
Homeland Security Tasks Army Corps of Engineers to Test Types of Border Walls

The Army Corps of Engineers are now conducting tests in the Southwest to determine the best type of border wall to be built along the U.S.-Mexican border.

Trump Discusses a Border Wall Topped With Solar Panels and With See-through Openings

17 July 2017
Trump Discusses a Border Wall Topped With Solar Panels and With See-through Openings

President Trump proposed having a border wall topped with solar panels to generate electricity, which could be sold to produce revenue, as well as see-through openings.

Supreme Court Puts Travel Ban Case Back in Hawaii’s Court — Gives Them Until July 18 to Respond

17 July 2017
Supreme Court Puts Travel Ban Case Back in Hawaii’s Court — Gives Them Until July 18 to Respond

The Supreme Court has asked Hawaii to respond by July 18 to the Justice Department’s appeal of Hawaii District Court Judge Derrick Watson’s July 13 ruling on the ban.

Hawaii’s Judge Watson Loosens Trump Travel Ban

14 July 2017
Hawaii’s Judge Watson Loosens Trump Travel Ban

Judge Derrick Watson of the Federal District Court in Honolulu expanded on the Supreme Court’s definition of “bona fide relationship” regarding who may enter our country from terrorist-spawning countries.

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Homeland Security Tasks Army Corps of Engineers to Test Types of Border Walls

19 July 2017
Homeland Security Tasks Army Corps of Engineers to Test Types of Border Walls

The Army Corps of Engineers are now conducting tests in the Southwest to determine the best type of border wall to be built along the U.S.-Mexican border.

Trump Changes Tune on Illegals

27 April 2017
Trump Changes Tune on Illegals

VIDEO - In recent statements, President Trump has backpedaled on some of his stances which were cornerstones of his campaign platform. From both an interview with AP and at a...

Will Hiring 5,000 Border Agents Compromise Standards? (Part 1/2)

05 April 2017
Will Hiring 5,000 Border Agents Compromise Standards? (Part 1/2)

VIDEO - In this part 1 of 2 series, Department of Homeland expert Andy Ramirez explores the recent reports that thousands of border agents are going to be hired “as...

Will Hiring 5,000 Border Agents Compromise Standards? (Part 2/2)

05 April 2017
Will Hiring 5,000 Border Agents Compromise Standards? (Part 2/2)

VIDEO - In the finale of a 2 part series, Department of Homeland expert Andy Ramirez looks to a similar time in recent history when DHS was executing mass hirings...

Is the Mexico/U.S. Wall the Complete Package?

21 February 2017
Is the Mexico/U.S. Wall the Complete Package?

VIDEO - Andy Ramirez, expert on DHS and contributor for The New American, discusses Trump’s alleged wall with an anonymous guest who is a border infrastructure expert and a border...

Trump, Nieto Agree to Dial Down Rhetoric Over Border Wall

30 January 2017
Trump, Nieto Agree to Dial Down Rhetoric Over Border Wall

President Trump and Mexican President Peña Nieto had a nice long chat by phone on Friday. Following that call the White House said it would reschedule "in the near future"...

 

 

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