Bombshell testimony comes after months of witnesses alleging widespread corruption at the highest levels of the Mexican government.
Averaging national public opinion polls conducted in 2018 reveals that 6 in 10 Americans oppose building a border wall. But just a few years ago, at least that many supported a wall.
Whatever U.S. immigration policy ultimately looks like, it shouldn’t be forced on us by the actions of others.
Human beings are used as currency for evil criminal organizations to gain power and wealth. American citizens are dying. Immigrants who seek to come here are dying.
Democrats are turning into an American version of France’s failed Macronist utopia, arguing for open borders while taxing people for utopian projects.
Trump says there’s a crisis on the border, but the crisis reaches far beyond the border into every institution in Mexico and Central America.
Panama and Costa Rica are chokepoints on the migrant trail followed by people from other continents seeking easier U.S. entry through our porous border with Mexico.
Given Sen. Chuck Schumer’s previous comments about the need for a wall and his support of the Secure Fence Act, President Trump may very well have a point.
If he’s a racist for accurately summarizing a GAO report and repeating what the mayor of Tijuana said, then the word racist has been worn out to the point of meaning nothing.
A series of court rulings, glitches in the asylum system, and well-intentioned (but flawed) legislation have combined to open a gigantic hole in the legal architecture of immigration enforcement.
We need a wall, but we also need the resources to defend the wall: judges to convict violators, court officers to manage detention centers, etc.
On Saturday night after he crossed the U.S. border illegally, border patrol officials arrested a Honduran man who had been convicted of murder.
The ease of the screening process and the short timeframe it takes to get a green card have turned U.S. asylum into a haven for fraud. Even the liberal media agrees.
Hundreds of migrants from Central America attempted to forcibly enter the U.S. on Sunday, heralding a new and dangerous era in the ongoing migrant crisis.
Today the ACLU appears before a Barack Obama appointee for a nationwide injunction against new asylum regulations directed at the caravan coming from Central America.
Does the 14th Amendment mandate that the children born of illegal immigrants and birth tourists are automatically American citizens? The answer is not as obvious as has been suggested in the press.
How the story of Wong Kim Ark helped to establish birthright citizenship for Chinese immigrants and break down legal hurdles for other Chinese newcomers.
I had no natural right to citizenship of a country just because I was born within its geographical boundaries. Nor did my parents have the right to give me a citizenship they did not possess.
While the encroaching caravan south of our border may seem miniscule in comparison, the mass exodus of migrants to Europe did not transpire overnight either.
Birthright citizenship creates birthright loyalty, whereas denying citizenship to foreign children helps alienate the entire family and slows down assimilation.
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