You can add Sheriff Terry Johnson (pictured) of Alamance County North Carolina to the list of public officials who have been prosecuted for performing their jobs — most recently Texas Governor Rick Perry who was indicted for lawfully vetoing a budget item. Another victim of the liberal war against law enforcement is Arizona Sheriff Joe [...]
Far from the blighted border, residents of small communities across America are learning that the government has big diverse plans for them. Citizens in Commack, New York, midway out on Long Island, recently learned that their Lutheran Church was negotiating with the feds to house 40 foreign children up to age 17 in a financially [...]
Mexico remains the top country where kidnapping occurs, where it has long been a part of the nation’s crime culture. A survey from Control Risks reported that in 2013 Mexico was numero uno in kidnap for ransom in absolute terms.
These days however, Mexican kidnappers are downsizing from snatching children of wealthy parents to working class [...]
According to the ever-hopeful open-borders media, the border surge of has diminished because of subtle enforcement. The AP proclaimed on August 7, “Fewer unaccompanied kids streaming across border,” assuming effectiveness of the administration’s gentle messaging in Central America of Please Don’t Come.
It’s more likely that the foreign moocher crowd is waiting until the famously brutal [...]
The United States is a big draw to young people from Red China looking for education, and as a result they are by far the biggest group of foreign students attending US universities — 29 percent in the 2012-13 academic year. (In that year, the number of “international” students was the highest ever at 819,644, [...]
Never forget that illegal immigration is all about the money — not freedom or opportunity — just money. When illegals whine that they want a “better life” what they really mean is “more money” which can also take the form of “vanloads” of food stamps, free-to-them deluxe healthcare and subsidized college tuition for the young [...]
We hear that the border flood of illegal aliens has slowed down somewhat because of the summer’s brutal heat. But the lower Rio Grande Valley is still quite busy, including diverse lawbreakers from around the world. Breitbart reported on Aug 3 that illegals from more than 75 countries have crossed the open border. Does nobody [...]
Back in 2010, Arizona took on the federal government by saying that states can enforce immigration law if they do so in accordance with pre-existing national laws. Arizona signed SB1070 into law, legislation written by Kris Kobach who took care to match the language up with federal statutes. Throughout the long media-whipped controversy, polls consistently [...]
Did the administration think that pictures of foreign kiddies clutching teddy bears would convince Americans to give up their law and sovereignty? Polls show otherwise: citizens are not pleased with open borders chaos and the thousands of foreigners being dumped on local communities.
Not only do a large majority of Americans think the influx endangers cultural [...]
Britain is known to be the softest touch in Europe for welfare goodies and remains the top magnet in the region for shiftless moochers from around the world. One symptom is the bunch-up of foreigners at the French town of Calais, a major ferry port that lies only 21 miles from freebie Britain.
The 1,000+ Africans [...]
I’ve reported earlier about the fancy lodging for alien invaders in Karnes County Texas that cost $30 million to build and included cable TV, basketball courts, a library and Internet access.
The facility was so over the top that Congress investigated it in 2012: Holidays on ICE: Committee Examines Deluxe Detention for Deportables.
Judiciary Chair Lamar Smith [...]
One of the most important functions of legal immigration is health screening to keep out disease. That process was depicted in the Godfather film where the young Vito Corleone was quarantined for three months on Ellis Island upon arrival because he was feared to have smallpox.
But today, quarantines and other public health measures are often [...]