Some 750 million people worldwide want to migrate, Gallup estimates, and around 158 million of those would come to the United States if they could.
Time is running out for President Trump to lock down the money for what he calls his “Great Wall” on the border, news that coincides with a rise in illegal immigration apart from the migrant horde that threatens invasion from the border city of Tijuana.
A second Democrat in Congress is helping flood the nation with future voters for her party by helping them submit (possibly phony) asylum claims.
Not six weeks after he was released instead of deported, police allege, Henri Salvador Gutierrez and five other members of his gang stabbed another likely gang member to death.
As a member of the “migrant caravan” climbed over the U.S. border fence last week in order to give birth on American soil, the issue of ending birthright citizenship is as relevant as ever.
It’s a shocking revelation right up there with rain is wet and fire is hot: Contrary to immigrationist assurances, census numbers inform that a vast majority — 63 percent — of non-citizens are on welfare. This amounts to 4,684,784 immigrant households.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said that Judge Shelley Joseph should not be handling criminal cases while under review for allegedly allowing an illegal alien to evade ICE.
Finally, a federal judge has rediscovered the 10th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which reserves for the states any powers the Constitution does not give to the federal government.