The Los Angeles Times is astounded that President Trump wants immigration to be a legal process, and admitting foreigners should not endanger the safety of Americans.
In short, immigration should not be a suicide pact, but the Times finds that notion to be radical. The Times rejects out of hand the many arguments to restrict immigration […]
There aren’t many stories about deportees and their experiences after they arrive in their homelands, so a decent follow-on article can be interesting. The LA Times’ Sunday front-pager checked in with several deported Salvadorans and the results were mixed — some are doing well and others not.
Unlike wealthy Mexico, El Salvador is poor, plus there […]
Wednesday’s top headlines were a revealing expression of left angst over the government defending America’s law and borders, with some verging on hysteria:
White House clears way for far more deportations — Los Angeles Times
Deportation rules put millions at risk — Houston Chronicle
Deportation push put in motion — Chicago Tribune
U.S casts wide net on ways to […]
John Fonte has written a fine salute to Senator Jeff Sessions while the Alabama legislator awaits taking his position as Attorney General in the Trump administration. Hopefully, the rude Democrat logjam in the Senate will break up soon and allow this most honorable senator to advance to his next duty.
I will miss Sessions’ informative papers, critiques of legislation […]
As a businessman, Donald Trump measures accomplishment in projects completed, not just items kicked down the road for others to handle at a later date.
Unfortunately, his fellow Republicans may be problematic. For example, Speaker Paul Ryan is a big open-borders proponent, as demonstrated the other day when he assured an illegal alien she wouldn’t be […]
Did the Democrats learn anything remotely realistic from the whipping they got November 8 and over the Obama regime generally? Under the cool hipster president, Dem influence continued falling to historic lows, particularly at the state level, where they lost over 900 legislative seats over four years. Meanwhile, Hillary ran an inept campaign and didn’t […]
It sounds good when talking heads on TV jabber that the Republicans control the government, but the reality is more complex. While the GOP dominates the House, the party’s hold on the Senate is a slim 52-seat majority.
Worse, amnesty-hack Repubs are determined to shred US borders and sovereignty — do the names Jeff Flake, John […]
Nothing demonstrates the moral depravity of liberalism more than its support for sanctuary zones where illegal alien criminals are safeguarded, and public safety for law-abiding citizens is threatened as a result.
Many of the sanctuary cities are doubling down on their illegal alien protection in the face of President-elect Trump’s pledge to slash their federal funds. […]
Because of the foresight of a Texas Congressman, President Trump will be able to end certain funding to the largest sanctuary cities plus the entire state of California on his first day as President. Working quietly, Culberson convinced the existing Justice Department to certify those cities as non-compliant with federal law, thereby making them vulnerable […]
We know that Democrats’ immediate reaction to anyone who disagrees with them is to shriek “Racist!” However, America’s Senator Jeff Sessions being named as the Attorney General does pose a genuine threat to the liberal agenda of turning America into a diverse socialist hellhole — thus the overwrought howls.
Democrats may have learned from the election […]
During Donald Trump’s victory speech, some of the best praise went to the Senate’s faithful defender of law and borders, Jeff Sessions. As the President-Elect (!) thanked several important people on his team of advisors and surrogates, he recognized Sessions to the applause of all in attendance:
“The first man, first senator, first major, major politician. Let […]
How seriously does Washington take national security as we near the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 jihad attacks against America?
Not so much, it would appear, given that there is still no way for the government to track when or if visitors leave on their temporary visas, which was an important recommendation from the 9/11 Commission, […]