The Supreme Court rejected a request from the Obama administration to rehear the case of United States v. Texas, which blocked the administration from implementing its plan to shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation.
Continuing a trend reported in July, recent figures from the State Department Refugee Processing Center indicate a continuation of the wide disparity between Syrian refugees who are Muslim and those who Christians.
In a statement before a Senate committee, FBI Director James Comey warned that “there will be a terrorist diaspora sometime in the next two to five years” in which terrorists will “try to come to western Europe and” the United States to “kill innocent people.”
The Obama-UN refugee summit extravaganza was bracketed with bombings, shootings, and mass murder — both before and after the summit events, and on both coasts as well as in America's heartland.
Donald Trump’s claim that he could build a southern-border wall and have Mexico pay for it was certainly good GOP primary rhetoric. But now a former Mexican official says it’s also something the Republican nominee’s critics never suspected: a realistic policy proposal.
A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine indicated that “first-generation immigrants are more costly to governments, mainly at the state and local levels, than are the native-born, in large part due to the costs of educating their children.”
House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) sent a letter to Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson citing an Immigration and Customs Enforcement document that validated their concerns that the Obama administration’s refugee resettlement program is “creating national security risks.”
What do you call people who use foreigners to win power? The hirers of mercenaries? In today’s political campaigns (a military term, interestingly), they’re called something else: statist public officials.
Large numbers of Haitian migrants are traveling to Central America, then journeying 2,500 miles north to the United States, where they cross the border illegaly and then claim asylum.
Recent news reports revealed that Stone Mountain, Georgia, and Boise, Idaho, have each received more Syrian refugees than New York City and Los Angeles combined.