Groups calling for legal status for illegal aliens visited the White House last week to urge the release of Central Americans detained for entering our nation illegally.
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.
Donald Trump appears to be deadly serious about solving the immigration problem that has grown during the Obama administration.
The nation is waiting to see how President-elect Donald Trump’s pledge to enforce our nation’s immigration laws more zealously than his predecessor will unfold.
Chicago and other sanctuary cities have claimed that they will continue to protect illegal aliens from deportation, despite the announced intention of President-elect Donald Trump to cut off their federal funds in retaliation.
Gregg Phillips of VoteFraud.org recently tweeted that his organization has verified more than three million votes cast in the presidential election by non-citizens.
Kris Kobach, immigration expert appointed to the Trump transition team, promises that the wall will be built.
A statement from Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson posted on the DHS website on November 10 noted that the number of illegal aliens apprehended trying to cross our southwest border rose to 46,195 in October.
Following the election of Donald Trump to the White House in this year’s presidential election, a group founded to revive the DREAM Act — which would have granted amnesty to minors illegally in the United States — pledged to resist mass deportation of illegal aliens.
In perhaps the most tortured presidential answer since Bill Clinton parsed the word “is,” Barack Obama offered a response in a Friday interview that many say gives illegal aliens a green light to vote. Worse still, there may be reason to suspect he was fed the question in advance and gave a premeditated, Machiavellian answer.