The September 12–24 migrant camp crisis in Del Rio displayed two lessons very much worth unpacking from the White House response.
The Texas judge’s order temporarily suspends Biden’s 100-day halt on deportations for at least 14 days and follows a lawsuit filed by the Texas AG’s office.
If that applies to truly all 14,195 detainees in ICE custody, that means Biden has ordered the release of more than 10,000 foreign criminals inside the United States.
The bottom line is that only an act of Congress can remove the discretionary authority of the executive branch to enforce immigration law.
House Democrats’ new coronaviurs spending bill includes a provision deferring any law enforcement action on illegal immigrant who is deemed ‘essential.’ That’s likely most of them.
Immigration activists and opportunistic politicians are quick to denounce border enforcement measures while being short on specifics and long on platitudes.
Trump, after all the media ridicule, was correct in saying that potential terrorists have illegally crossed the United States’ southern border. Abdulahi Hasan Sharif of Somalia did. And it could happen again.
Joe Biden talks about closing immigration detention centers as if he hasn’t supported them throughout his political career. Yet there is a good case against them.
If Americans don’t like our immigration laws, the answer is not encouraging foreign citizens to completely disregard them. The answer is respecting the law until it can be changed. The alternative is anarchy.
Hyperbole about routine procedures for illegal immigrants who have already received deportation orders goes beyond amnesty pleas.
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.
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.
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.
Jose Garcia Zarate is far from alone in illegally returning to the United States (multiple times!) following deportation. As Kate Steinle’s case shows, deportation is not enough.
If our government granted Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos permission to stay in the country for nearly a decade, it is perfidious for it to turn around one day and throw her out.
Why is President Trump keeping an Obama-era program that’s delivered thousands of undocumented children into the hands of traffickers?
Gross equivalences about the Holocaust and Nazis belittle the memory of millions who died in unimaginably horrifying ways.
The Washington Post claimed that the deportation raids last week were a departure from Obama’s practices, but they weren’t.
The week Ann Coulter’s book ‘In Trump We Trust’ rolls out, she learns no, no we cannot.
The Supreme Court refuses to overturn a judicial injunction blocking the administration’s power grab deferring action on illegals.
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