Written by Michael Cutler
As I read the USA Today March 21, 2015 news report, “Police departments hiring immigrants as officers” I realized that my late father was, once again, correct. He used to say, “Nothing is so good it could not be better or so bad it could not get worse.” Hard as it is to imagine, things have gotten ...
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Report Details the FBI’s Implementation of the 2004 9/11 Commission Recommendations
On March 25th , the FBI released The FBI: Protecting the Homeland in the 21st Century, the final report of the 9/11 Review Commission. This congressionally mandated review focused on the FBI’s implementation of the ...
Written by John Wahala
John Wahala | CIS March 27, 2015
The Center's fifth annual border tour began in San Diego earlier this month. On our week-long itinerary we saw most of the California border, from both sides of the fence, and made it as far as Yuma, Ariz. In five trips, we have now seen almost the entire 1,993-mile ...
Written by Ann Corcoran
Refugee resettlement industry and media pushing Obama to raise the ceiling for this year’s refugees to accommodate Syrian Muslims
We have mentioned this previously, but the pieces began to come together over the last few days when first, David Miliband (head honcho of refugee contractor the ...
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Judicial Watch: New Documents Show Homeland Security Released 165,900 Convicted Criminal Aliens throughout U.S. as of April 26, 2014
Documents show Al Jazeera wanted to film people with “significant diseases”
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(Washington, DC : Tuesday March 24, 2015) Latest news updates this week from the Federation for American Immigration Reform
Written by Ann Corchoran
I’m speechless! After years of reading one fluffy-puffy piece after another about refugees seeing their first snow, we are beginning to see major mainstream publications (Christian Science Monitor in this case) reporting on the struggle small towns are having with the huge numbers of refugees ...
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The Senate Judiciary Oversight Subcommittee held a hearing March 19 on the implications of Texas v. United States - the case 26 governors and attorneys general brought against President Obama’s executive amnesties.
Kris Kobach, the Kansas Secretary of State and former immigration advisor to U.S. ...