The “Muslim Ban” that wasn't. President Trump has been accused of instituting an unprecedented unconstitutional ban on Muslim immigrants that was so flagrant that it was immediately overturned by the courts. So wrong.
California is threatening to stop federal income tax receipts from going to the federal government if the federal government cuts off funds to sanctuary cities. If California succeeds, could this open options for other states to defy the federal government's use of denial of federal funds in other areas?
Steven Camarota's study about the costs of illegal immigration is helpful in many ways, but it doesn't point out present savings to be used to pay for a wall. However, there are other ways to pay for it.
In response to President Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigration, residents in Phoenix petitioned for sanctuary status, but the request was rejected by the Phoenix City Council by a vote of 7-2 on Wednesday after a heated debate.
Daniel Ramirez, an illegal alien apprehended by ICE agents, has filed a lawsuit against the DHS asserting that he “is presently being detained without justification.”
President Trump's temporary suspension of the highly controversial (and highly dangerous) refugee program has drawn fire from liberal quarters and the courts. But the order still has a fighting chance to keep America safe from terrorism.
Some sheriffs are uncertain about their right to hold prisoners for deportation, but many cities are ending sanctuary city status, and many illegals fear deportation.
Even as localities across the country are changing their tune on being "sanctuaries" for illegal immigrants, the big battles over illegal immigration lie ahead.
A poll by Britain's Royal Institute of International Affairs, taken a month before President Donald Trump issued his temporary suspension on refugees, showed widespread and increasing support among Europeans for his actions.
Other presidents have suspended immigration without having their orders derailed by the courts. Why is Trump's executive order being treated differently?
California State Senator Kevin de Léon said that “half his family” may be subject to deportation and that using a fake Social Security card should not mandate deportation.