A new poll shows that the vast majority of Americans polled support either President Trump’s executive order, the initial enforcement of the law that resulted in family separation, or something even stricter.
Members of the media are blaming President Trump for a detention center where migrant children were reportedly mistreated since 2007.
After accounting for taxes illegal immigrants pay, we’re still supporting them to the tune of some $123 billion. Don’t we need that money for the opioid crisis, infrastructure, and aircraft carriers?
President Trump’s policy of separating parents and children at the border is certainly cruel, but the media isn’t telling the entire story.
At the root of the present border nightmare is the abandonment of responsibility for immigration policy by the legislative branch.
In addition to taking a strong stance to reassert the rule of law, a southern border wall would save untold lives, reduce the flow of people and drugs, and protect private property.
The group the Trump administration has targeted isn’t an ethnic or religious group, so these policies aren’t ethnic cleansing. But ‘Not quite ethnic cleansing’ is a very low bar.
The Mexican cartels uses migrants to flood the zone and distract Border Patrol from their efforts to smuggle opioids and other drugs across.
The plight of children who accompany their parents crossing the border into the United States illegally has captured the attention of the press.
McCain sat in dignified silence through all of the ranting and then spoke up. ‘I disagree with a lot of what everyone’s saying.’
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.
Prospective immigrants have applied, passed background checks, and paid. Why should the line start in front of the people who followed our laws?
‘The assertion that unaccompanied alien children are ‘lost’ is false. This is a classic example of the adage ‘No good deed goes unpunished.’’
A bizarre exception allowing convicted felons to remain in the country is just one reason this is a dangerously flawed bill.
Parents expose their children to great danger by involving them in the crime of illegal U.S. entry. But doing so helps them gain entry. The Department of Justice should handle that humanely.
Migrants to the United States have become far more likely to claim asylum. The result is a growing backlog of court cases, which harms actual refugees and drags U.S. resources.
A caravan of 1,200 Central Americans headed for the United States could provoke a crisis that forces us to face the root causes of our failed immigration system.
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