Anna Roosevelt thinks President Trump's enforcement of federal immigration laws is worse than her grandfather's mass internment of American citizens of Japanese descent.
President Trump announced that illegal immigrants who “invade” the United States should be deported to their country of origin without going before a judge or court.
A girl cries and the media lies. That’s what the recent viral Time magazine cover, showing a weeping Honduran tot facing President Trump, reflects. The photoshopped image has been used to symbolize the separation of migrant children from their parents — a policy dictated by U.S. law and which Barack Obama also pursued — but what really needs separation here is fact from fiction.
Democrats and the media have pilloried President Trump for “separating families” and detaining minors in “camps.” But the past two administrations did the same thing.
President Trump signed an executive order to maintain immigration law enforcement while keeping together illegal-alien families who have been detained at the border.
A new Rasmussen Poll indicates that a majority of Americans blame illegal aliens — not President Trump — for family separations.
Antifa, the leftist group known for Brownshirt tactics, is at it again. It just tweeted out a list of 1,595 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents’ identities — information passed to it by a New York University college professor.
In yet another move serving to diminish our sense of nationhood, a school in California will be named after an illegal alien.
Since Texas has banned sanctuary cities, Austin has taken its war against the Border Patrol and the Immigration Control Enforcement Agency a step further, passing two resolutions which help illegal immigrants and handcuff police.