Written by David Inserra and Charles "Cully" Stimson
Under current law, lawful permanent residents (LPRs) are eligible to volunteer to serve in the United States military. If they pass the strict qualification requirements applicable to all who seek to serve, they can serve in the armed forces of the United States, and once they are in the armed ...
Written by Adrienne Royer
End family chain migration:
Family-based immigration must be limited to spouses and unmarried minor children. Entitlements for extended family migration lead to an immigration system that is not based on merit, runs on autopilot and fosters exponential growth in immigration.
Written by Pamela Geller
It’s incredible to me that this report is being widely publicized as an “exoneration” of the FBI. It is anything but that. It wasn’t incumbent upon the Russians to do our work for us. They gave us a heads-up; what more were they obligated to do? Are they supposed to provide us with a nice fat intel ...
Written by Michaela Dodge and Rebecca Robison
Four years ago today, U.S. and Russia signed the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START). An examination of the past four years reveals that critics’ early assessments of the flawed treaty have proven frighteningly accurate: Putin gets his way with little to no cost to himself, while the U.S. ...
Written by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
The standoff in Nevada is personal to me. It involves people who are my family and principles that I believe in with all my heart and soul. Nevada State Rep. Michele Fiore is on the ground there helping the Bundys and she is rallying State Reps from numerous states in the fight against the Feds ...
Written by FAIR
Right Side News Reports from the Federation for American Immigration Reform on the latest news and updates on law enforcement activities concerning illegal aliens entry into the United States.
Written by Michael Snyder
Attorney General Eric Holder says that gun owners in the United States could eventually be forced to wear RFID tracking bracelets. In fact, in recent testimony in front of Congress he gave the impression that this was something that the Obama administration has been thinking about for quite a ...
Written by Mike Nicley
The front-page headline in the April 3 Arizona Daily Star correctly announced, "Fed's deportation data deceptive." The byline identified the reporter as Brian Bennett of the Tribune Washington Bureau. Bennett did an adequate job of recapping the information contained in Jessica Vaughan's "Catch and ...
Written by Jeremy Gillula
You would think that by now the Internet would have grown up enough that things like online banking, email, or government websites would rely on thoroughly engineered security to make sure your data isn't intercepted by attackers. Unfortunately when it comes to the vast majority of websites on the ...