The Times is somewhere between misleading by omission and outright lying to their readers about the threats posed by lack of border security.
It’s bad enough that the TSA wastes our time, needlessly gobbles up hours of our day. But kids shouldn’t be props in its Security Theater.
More than 400,000 children were in foster care in the United States in 2016. Each and every one was forcibly separated from a parent or parents.
Some on the left have already called the Supreme Court’s ruling an endorsement of discrimination. But people who make such accusations clearly didn’t read either the original executive order or the court’s opinion.
If that woman is named Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen, it’s not only acceptable to drive her out of a restaurant — it’s to be applauded.
At the root of the present border nightmare is the abandonment of responsibility for immigration policy by the legislative branch.
The plight of children who accompany their parents crossing the border into the United States illegally has captured the attention of the press.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to limit grounds for asylum is another step toward returning the rule of law to this country’s immigration system.
‘The assertion that unaccompanied alien children are ‘lost’ is false. This is a classic example of the adage ‘No good deed goes unpunished.’’
The mother was being held in a facility two thousand miles and two time zones away from her 7-year-old daughter.
Would you put up a gun-free zone sticker or yard sign in front of your house? No, you put up signs indicating you have a security system.
But there’s an easy solution to the problem. Congress should authorize the attorney general to impose reasonable conditions on the grant awards in question.
The current sanctuary movement is more akin to the ‘nullification’ movement in South Carolina before the Civil War than to the biblical sanctuary cities.
As was the case with other recent high-profile terror cases, the FBI was tipped off to Ahmad Rahami’s radicalization. What’s going on here?
A Tuesday Senate hearing Sen. Ted Cruz chaired discussed the ‘willful blindness’ of Democrats’ approach to combatting Islamist terrorism.
The Department of Homeland Security has a holiday surprise for you!
A government counter-terror analyst was forced to stop investigating foreign Islamist groups the San Bernardino terrorists were associated with.
A lawsuit 17 states have brought against the Obama administration’s immigration actions offers a promising restraint against presidential power grabs.
The Ebola travel ban debate reminds us that the fatal conceit of technocracy is the assumption that dynamic systems like human society are controllable.
There’s one place where greater presidential authority would improve government and put taxpayers dollars to better use.
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