Written by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
We have not only enemies throughout the Middle East, Asia and a whole host of communist countries… Taking down the grid and our defenses would open up a world of unpleasant opportunities for our enemies – financial and otherwise. The EMP threat from within and from without is here and is real. The ...
Written by FAIR
Written by DTN
In the interests of "social inclusion and justice," UWD promotes "the elimination of barriers to higher education" for illegal immigrants.
Describing itself as a “nonpartisan” network of 52 affiliate organizations in 25 states, United We Dream (UWD)—with thousands of members across the U.S.—professes ...
Written by Jerry Kammer,
As a former reporter, I'm interested in how immigration is covered in the press. As this blog has shown, I think much coverage is marred by political correctness, timidity, superficiality, and outright bias in the face of complex and emotional issues. Many reporters have such a strong desire to ...
Written by James Phillips and Cassandra Lucaccioni
Al-Qaeda forces in Syria are actively seeking recruits from Americans who have traveled there to fight or to assist opposition forces, according to U.S. officials quoted in today’s New York Times.
At least 70 American citizens have traveled to Syria, and most of them are still there, according to ...
Written by Derrick Morgan
Immigration reform may be on Congress’s agenda in 2014, and the latest hints have included some Members of Congress referring to a “step-by-step” approach. What they mean by that is crucial to whether such reforms could be a success.
Written by Right Side News
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Written by Van Esser
According to a recent Congressional Research Service report, the number of people granted temporary asylum jumped from 13,931 to 36,026 in the last fiscal year. This tripling of claims has lawmakers worried that illegal border crossers, including members of drug cartels, may be filing fraudulent ...
Written by Mark Krikorian
The ruling that an unlawful immigrant can be admitted to the practice of law in California is the kind of thing that will light up talk-show switchboards, and rightly so. But beyond the Bizarro World nature of the decision is a broader issue.