Written by Judicial Watch
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”
Written by FAIR
(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 ...
Written by NumbersUSA
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. ...
Written by Ann Corcoran
This is a really informative news report from reporter Gretchen Frazee at Indiana Public Media. The story begins with a warm introduction to a Syrian family which has just arrived in Indianapolis with the help of federal resettlement contractor Exodus Refugee Immigration which is a ...
Written by Michael Cutler
Organizations, whether in the public sector or private sector, tend to issue press releases for many purposes, but most often it is for public relations.
Federal agencies, including ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), routinely issue press releases that tout their successes to convince the ...
Written by Frosty Wooldridge
Last week, I obtained the figures on “Diversity Visas” given to 50,000 lucky third world citizens suffering from horrific consequences in their home countries, i.e., lack of food, water, housing, jobs, education and basic necessities. Our U.S. Congress offers those “Instant citizenship visas” ...
Written by FAIR
(Washington, DC : Tuesday March 17, 2015) Latest news updates this week from the Federation for American Immigration Reform
Written by Jack Martin
One criticism of the government’s E-Verify system is that it is flawed by the fact that many illegal workers are verified by the system as eligible to work. That is not, of course, an argument against the expansion of E-Verify from its current status as a temporary voluntary system to a mandatory ...