Written by Tom DeWeese
Our battle to expose and stop Agenda 21 has grown more intense over the past few months. More counties and states across the nation are taking action against the dictates of self-proclaimed stakeholder groups to reject sustainablist policies. From Virginia to California, citizens are demanding ...
Written by Right Side News
Breaking immigration reform news as the Federation for American Immigration Reform reports the latest immigration reform news policy makers:
Written by CIS
Since the recent surge in Central American immigrants crossing the southern border illegally, many have had questions about the Central American community in the United States. News accounts indicate that, in recent months, some 290,000 illegal immigrants (primarily from Guatemala, Honduras, and El ...
Written by Marguerite Telford
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has banned the use of the term "unaccompanied alien children" (UAC). Those familiar with the administration's manipulation of language to subtly influence or stop a debate will not be surprised.
Written by Genevieve Wood
Much of the border areas in South Texas are considered national wildlife refuge areas, which are protected lands overseen by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Lower River Grande Refuge, for example, runs for 275 miles along the Rio Grande River, which is on the border of Texas and ...
Written by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
I never thought I’d see the day that there would be refugee camps in America, but they are here on our border with Mexico. And not just there, thanks to the flying and busing in of 10′s ...of thousands of illegal aliens, these camps are popping up in every state. And the
Written by FAIR
Right Side News reports immigration reform updates from the Federation for American Immigration Reform , on this week's updates on the surge of illegal alien minors into the U.S
Written by Jerry Kammer
Cradling a six-month old baby in her arms, a Honduran woman stepped off the Border Patrol bus at the bus station in McAllen, Texas last Tuesday. They would soon be on a Greyhound bus heading for Miami, joining the thousands of illegal immigrants who are being released by the Border Patrol after a ...
Written by Karen Zeigler, Steven A. Camarota
Number of U.S.-born not working grew by 17 million
Government data show that since 2000 all of the net gain in the number of working-age (16 to 65) people holding a job has gone to immigrants (legal and illegal). This is remarkable given that native-born Americans accounted for two-thirds of the ...