The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued its first “Declined Detainer Outcome Report,” which names jurisdictions that choose not to cooperate with ICE detainers.
The Senate Judiciary Committee began holding hearings on March 20 to consider the nomination of Neil M. Gorsuch to be an associate justice of the Supreme Court.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, an agency that has too much, ill-defined power, should be dismantled. But at least Trump might get the power to fire its director, as he has with every other agency head.
In his address to Congress earlier this month, President Donald Trump said, “We will soon begin the construction of a great, great wall along our southern border” to “restore integrity and the rule of law at our borders.” Now that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency has begun issuing RFPs — requests for proposals — the wall is also going to be big and scary: “The wall design shall be physically imposing in height,” according to CBP officials.
Attorney General Sessions is promoting the reinstatement of Project Exile to combat gun violence, but some groups, including Gun Owners of America, say it is unconstitutional.
While the idea of a TV personality such as Oprah Winfrey being a presidential candidate would at one time have seemed ludicrous, Donald Trump's own success has demonstrated that the "queen of daytime," an ardent liberal, should be taken seriously.
A bill being considered by the Oregon state Senate would require judges to inform juries of their right to decide cases according to their consciences.
In the name of stopping Donald Trump, the courts are not only endangering Americans but could be ushering in “the end of the United States in any meaningful sense.” They’re doing this by creating, out of thin air, an “affirmative right to immigrate,” says senior Conservative Review editor Daniel Horowitz.
A bill in the New York legislature would fine website operators for not removing online material deemed to be “inaccurate,” “irrelevant,” “inadequate,” or “excessive.” Three other bills already passed by the New York State Senate would also attack free speech.
U.S. Attorney General Sessions needs to learn the real reason behind the jump in violent crime in 27 of our cities. Only then can he do something about it.
The Tennessee General Assembly has filed a lawsuit claiming the federal refugee settlement program violates the 10th Amendment.