Former AG Gonzales: GOP Senators Are Opposing Lynch for Political Show
While most GOP senators are expected to vote against Loretta Lynch’s confirmation as attorney general, former AG Alberto Gonzales, who faced staunch partisan opposition to his own confirmation during President George W. Bush’s administration, tells National Review that ...
U.S. Capitol Police Leadership Intends to Step Down
The top officers of the U.S. Capitol Police intend to step down soon, but little is known about their motivation. Chief Kim C. Dine submitted a letter of resignation to the Capitol Police Board last week, and Assistant Chief ...
Report: 39,000 Unaccompanied Alien Children Expected to Enter U.S. in FY 2015
Approximately 39,000 unaccompanied alien children will enter the United States this fiscal year if the current pace continues, according to a new report from the Migration Policy Institute. If the report’s prediction holds true, the migration of unaccompanied alien children ...
North Dakota’s Republican Governor Acts to Avoid a Fight Over Gay Discrimination
In North Dakota, Republican Governor Jack Dalrymple is the one criticizing local lawmakers for their failure to prevent discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation—not gay activists or Democratic politicians. Dalrymple’s criticism may have been aimed at staving ...
‘Black Lives Matter' Protester Arrested for Making ‘Terrorist Threats’
Police in Pasadena, Calif., arrested a Black Lives Matter protester on two outstanding warrants for terrorist threats, assault, trespassing, and petty theft among other alleged crimes. The Pasadena Star-News reports that Jasmine Richards’ arrest emerged out of a protest that ...
Report: More Than 2,000 Illegal Immigrant Children Are Arriving Each Month in 2015
More than 2,000 illegal immigrant children continue to arrive in the U.S. each month, according to Department of Homeland Security statistics compiled by the Center for Immigration Studies. While more illegal immigrant children are entering the country this fiscal year ...
Inspector General Report: DEA Agents Allegedly Held 'Sex Parties' with Prostitutes at Overseas Office
Several Drug Enforcement Administration agents attended “sex parties” with prostitutes while working at an overseas office, according to a report from the Justice Department’s inspector general.
“The misconduct occurred for several years while these special agents held Top Secret ...
Air Marshals Considering Class Action Lawsuit Against TSA
The Air Marshal Association/CWA is considering a class action lawsuit and preparing to file several grievances against the Transportation Security Administration, according to an email sent out to members last week and obtained by National Review. The AMA/CWA ...
Murder Suspect May Have Used DACA to Avoid Deportation
A known gang member who previously avoided deportation through use of President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is suspected of subsequently murdering three people earlier this year, according to evidence obtained by Republican senators Chuck Grassley ...
Human Trafficking Bill Exempts Those Who Help Smuggle Illegal-Immigrant Relatives
The bipartisan human-trafficking bill being blocked by Senate Democrats contains a loophole that would exempt some enablers of illegal immigration from paying a fine. The “Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act of 2015,” is designed to increase penalties on human traffickers, ...
Whistleblower: I've Seen American Workers Forced to Train Their Own Foreign Replacements
Jack “Jay” Palmer was reportedly awarded millions of dollars by the federal government for his help in exposing the massive visa fraud perpetraded by his employer, the Indian outsourcing giant Infosys.
Today, he told the Senate Judiciary committee that Infosys ...
Sen. Tom Cotton Explains the Logic of the GOP Senators’ Iran Letter to CBS
Arkansas senator Tom Cotton explained the reason he and 46 other Senators wrote a letter warning the Iranian regime not to rely on any agreement with the Obama administration on CBS’ Face the Nation, but host Bob Schieffer still appeared fully ...
Carville: The Secret Server Scandal Is Good for Hillary Clinton
George Stephanopoulos, a former White House communications director for President Clinton, appears to have lost faith in Hillary Clinton’s handling of her newest scandal. Now the host of ABC’s This Week, Stephanopoulos said Clinton’s entourage has demonstrated ...
DHS Discovers Major Immigration Fraud in Los Angeles
The federal government has arrested the ringleaders of four Los Angeles schools that ran “pay-to-stay” scams, whereby student-visa holders managed to stay in the U.S. without ever attending classes. The schools collected $6 million per year in tuition payments from ...
Benefits for Border Crossers?
House and Senate Republicans are once again at odds over how to fight President Obama’s executive amnesty. After Republicans in Congress caved in the battle over funding the Department of Homeland Security last month, a new disagreement in the ...
Chicago Public Schools to Mandate Latin American Studies for Kindergartners
Chicago Public Schools plans to make Latino and Latin American studies a required part of its curriculum beginning with students enrolled in kindergarten.
According to Catalyst Chicago, kindergartners will learn the Mayan counting system, while fifth graders will be taught ...
Holder: I'm Prepared to Dismantle the Ferguson Police Force
Despite a Justice Department report clearing police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, Attorney General Eric Holder says he will do everything he can to change the law enforcement culture in Ferguson, Mo. If he feels the ...
Did the Obama Administration Lie to a Federal Judge about Amnesty?
Did the Obama administration lie to a federal judge about the President’s executive actions on immigration? The Texas attorney general’s office is filing a motion for discovery to try and find out. The motion seeks to uncover whether ...
USCIS Is Already Processing 7 Million Immigration-Related Requests Annually—Before Obama's Amnesty
The agency of the federal government that will be responsible for implementing President Obama’s executive amnesty, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, is already required to process millions of petitions and requests on an annual basis. Donald Neufeld, a ...
Sessions Holds Private Gathering at CPAC after Conservatives Walk Out on Jeb Bush
Shortly after dozens of conservatives walked out on Jeb Bush’s appearance at CPAC, Alabama senator Jeff Sessions held court in a closed-door meeting with conservative activists and reporters covering the event. Unsurprisingly, the stalwart conservative immigration hawk was critical ...
Trump Slams Bush: 'I Don't See Him Winning; I Don't See There's Any Way'
Following the trend inaugurated by Laura Ingraham at CPAC earlier this morning, Donald Trump took to the CPAC stage and lit into Jeb Bush.
“Jeb Bush — he’s in favor of Common Core, he’s weak on immigration,” Trump said. “...
Jindal: 'We Are at War with Radical Islam'
Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal brought CPAC’s standing-room-only crowd to its feet by talking tough on Islamic terrorism and arguing for America to regain its leading role in world affairs.
“President Obama has disqualified himself, and shown himself incapable of ...
AG Nominee Loretta Lynch Survives Judiciary Committee — with Republican Help
Attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch survived a Judiciary Committee vote with help from the GOP earlier today. Lynch’s nomination made it out of the committee on a 12-8 vote, with pivotal support from three Republicans: Senators Orrin Hatch of ...
At CPAC, Mike Lee Outlines His Recipe for a Winning Candidate in 2016
Unlike many of Thursday’s other CPAC headliners, Utah senator Mike Lee is not a potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate. With that in mind, Lee used his early-morning speech to outline what he was looking for in a candidate, as “one ...
The Border Patrol Continues to Act as if a Federal Judge Hadn’t Just Blocked Obama’s Amnesty
While a federal judge’s injunction has halted the implementation of President Obama’s sweeping executive actions from November, it appears U.S. Customs and Border Protection never got the news. According to CBP Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske, the relaxed border ...
Sessions: Congress Must Not Fund an Executive Amnesty That's Been Blocked by a Federal Judge
Alabama senator Jeff Sessions says Congress must respect the injunction that blocks President Obama’s executive amnesty, which was issued by a federal judge for the Southern District of Texas. Sessions, the Republican chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration and ...
Liberian Expats Threatened after Speaking with NRO
Jackson Towah and Bernard Goah, Liberian expats seeking to expose war criminals hiding in the U.S., say they have begun receiving threats after speaking with NRO. Towah says he began receiving threats before my story, “The Liberian Warlord Next ...
The Liberian Warlord Next Door
Bernard Goah came to the United States to escape the violent civil wars that turned Liberia into hell on earth. In the 1990s and early 2000s, approximately 250,000 people died at the hands of Liberian rebel fighters, some of them child ...
Schieffer to WH Chief of Staff: 'There's a Perception Out There That We Don't Care'
On CBS’s Face the Nation, host Bob Schieffer questioned White House chief of staff Denis McDonough about the perception that President Obama doesn’t care about the threat posed by the Islamic State.
“ISIS is committing and continuing to ...
Report: For Every Job Added Since 2000, Two New Immigrants Have Arrived
For every single job added since January 2000, the United States has added approximately two new immigrants (both legal and illegal), according to a report from the Center for Immigration Studies. The report analyzed government data compiled in December 2014, which revealed ...
As multi-billion-dollar international conglomerates intent on smuggling drugs, people, and other contraband across America’s southern border, drug cartels are always looking for the newest and best technology to help move their product. And the smugglers have come a long ...
Report: Federal Government Issued Nearly 5.5 Million Work Permits to Foreign Nationals Since 2009
More than 5.46 million foreign nationals have received work permits from the federal government since 2009, according to a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies. Data uncovered from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency reveal that approximately 982,000 work ...
Sessions Will Oppose Obama's AG Nominee for Backing the Executive Amnesty
Alabama senator Jeff Sessions will oppose the nomination of Loretta Lynch to be the next attorney general. In a statement announcing his dissent, Sessions cited Lynch’s defense of the president’s executive action on immigration as a primary concern.
Mike Lee Grills AG Nominee about Prosecutorial Discretion
Utah senator Mike Lee interrogated attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch about her view of prosecutorial discretion during her Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing today. Lynch has said that she thinks the president’s executive action on immigration is “reasonable,” because the ...
Report: 52 City Managers in Illinois Earn More than Any U.S. Governor Does
Fifty-two village and city managers in Illinois earn more than any U.S. governor does, according to a report from Forbes. Three managers make more than $250,000 while leading municipalities that, combined, have fewer than 100,000 residents.
And it’s not just ...
The FairTax Makes a Comeback
Republican senator David Perdue of Georgia sounds an awful lot like President Obama when he describes his plan to overhaul the tax code, which would repeal federal taxes and replace them with a consumption tax known as the “FairTax.”
Congressional Black Caucus Member: 'Ferguson Is the New Selma'
Democratic congressman André Carson of Indiana traveled to Ferguson, Mo., with other members of the Congressional Black Caucus to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. According to the Associated Press, Carson compared the events in Ferguson to the civil-rights movement ...
David Cameron: It's Not 'War,' It's 'Just a Huge Challenge Our Society Faces'
On CBS’s Face the Nation, British prime minister David Cameron declined to describe the fight against Islamic terrorism as a “war.”
“It has many similar aspects [of war], but my way of expressing this is that this is just ...
Pfeiffer: Republicans Helped Us Raise Taxes a Few Years Ago, They Might Again
White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer thinks some Republicans will be amenable to President Obama’s proposal to increase more taxes. Obama is expected to outline his plan to raise $320 billion during the next ten years at his State of ...
Report: Obama's Executive Action Already Blocking ICE from Carrying Out Some Deportations
The president’s executive actions on immigration are already preventing law enforcement from deporting illegal immigrants who are in custody and scheduled for removal, according to a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies.
An Immigration and Customs Enforcement ...
Eric Holder’s Replacement
David Vitter believes that Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s attorney-general nominee, might be even more dangerous than Eric Holder, the man she will replace if confirmed. The Louisiana senator met privately with Lynch this week in his capacity as a ...
Congressmen Want Key Portion of 9/11 Report Declassified
Representatives Walter Jones (R., N.C.) and Stephen Lynch (D., Mass.) are pushing legislation to urge the president to declassify a portion of a heavily-redacted joint inquiry into the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Specifically, the congressmen want to declassify 28 pages of the ...
Ferguson Grand Juror Sues Prosecutor, Wants Gag Order Lifted
A member of the grand jury that declined to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot and killed African-American teenager Michael Brown, is suing prosecutor Robert McCulloch.
The American Civil Liberties Union filed the lawsuit on behalf of ...
Democratic Congressman: Scalise Should Not Step Down
On MSNBC’s The Rundown, Democratic representative John Yarmuth said House majority whip Steve Scalise should not resign from his leadership position for allegedly speaking to a group of white supremacists. The Kentucky Democrat admitted that he too spoke to ...
Boehner: Scalise Has My 'Full Confidence'
House speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) issued a statement supporting majority whip Steve Scalise (R., La.) amid reports that Scalise spoke at a conference organized by white supremacists in 2002.
“More than a decade ago, Representative Scalise made an error in ...
N.Y. Post: NYPD Not Going After Low-Level Offenders
The NYPD has drastically scaled back its effort to go after low-level offenders in the wake of the execution-style murder of two cops, according to the New York Post. From December 22 through December 28, traffic tickets and criminal-court summonses for minor ...
Will: Sens. Marco Rubio and Rand Paul Are Both Right on Cuba
Republican Senators Marco Rubio and Rand Paul publicly sparred this week over the United States’ policy shift toward Cuba, and George Will says they are both correct.
“Marco Rubio is right that the president should have struck a better bargain ...
Report: All Net Jobs Growth Since 2007 Has Gone to Immigrants
All of the net gains in in jobs since 2007 have gone to immigrants — both legal and illegal — according to a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies, meaning that fewer native-born Americans are working today than were at the ...
Al Sharpton Takes Washington
Thousands of protesters attended Al Sharpton’s “Justice for All” march in Washington, D.C., on Saturday. The protesters mobbed Freedom Plaza, just east of the White House, before marching down Pennsylvania Avenue to arrive at a stage set up ...
Meet the Mayor of Ferguson
James Knowles III, the 35-year-old mayor of Ferguson, Mo., was about to witness the destruction of his town at the hands of violent rioters.
On November 24, Knowles was home eating dinner with John Shaw, the city manager, when St. Louis ...
Undaunted, Immigration Hawks Meet in D.C. to Plan Their Next Moves
Immigration hawks from around the country flocked to Washington, D.C., for the Federation for American Immigration Reform’s (FAIR) annual “Hold Their Feet to the Fire,” event this week. While the forum is intended to encourage talk show hosts, ...
Poll: Floridians Oppose Special Treatment for Cuban Immigrants
Opposition to U.S. immigration policies continues to mount among the American people. A plurality of Floridians now wants to end the special privileges granted to Cuban immigrants under federal law, according to a Sun-Sentinel poll. Specifically, 37 percent of Floridians ...
Report: 63 Percent of Business-Owners Believe Obamacare Will Hurt Their Bottom Line
Approximately 63 percent of “business owners, decision makers, and human resource professionals” believe Obamacare will hurt their business in the future, according to a survey conducted last month by Express Employment Professionals, a temporary staffing agency.
“What they’re telling us ...
Previously Deported Immigrants Can Now Enter the U.S. on Taxpayers' Dime
In 2014, unaccompanied alien children from Central America walked across America’s southern border in droves. This year, the U.S. government will pay for unaccompanied alien children to be flown into the country, even if they were convicted of a ...
Obama's Other Executive Action on Immigration
When President Obama issued a series of executive orders on immigration last November, he unleashed a fierce torrent of criticism for granting millions of undocumented immigrants a de-facto amnesty. Lost in all the attention paid to that fight, however, was ...
Rep. Gutierrez Creates Toolkit to Help Illegal Immigrants Avoid Deportation
Representative Luis Gutierrez (D., Ill.) has created a “family defender toolkit” to help the potential beneficiaries of President Obama’s executive amnesty avoid deportation while the program is on hold.
In an infomercial-style video released earlier this week, Gutierrez explains ...
The U.S. Is Experiencing a Boom in Foreign Students
Foreign students are arriving in the United States in droves. The total number of foreign students actively enrolled in the United States has increased by more than 14 percent since February 2014, according to a new report from the Department of Homeland ...
TSA Allowed a Former Domestic Terrorist to Pass through Expedited Airport Screening Process
The Transportation Security Administration allowed a former member of a domestic terrorist group to travel through an expedited screening process known as TSA PreCheck, according to a report from the Department of Homeland Security’s Inspector General.
The redacted report ...
AP: Aaron Schock under Federal Investigation
The Associated Press is reporting that the Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into Representative Aaron Schock’s (R., Ill.) business dealings and office expenses.
When Schock stepped down earlier this week, he explained his resignation by saying that ...
IT Worker Replaced by Foreign National Regrets Voting for Obama
Several information-technology workers provided anonymous testimony for today’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the immigration reforms needed to protect skilled workers. One former IT worker at multi-billion dollar utilities provider Southern California Edison, who chose to remain anonymous because ...
CBS Panel Is Ready to Blame GOP Sen. Tom Cotton If Obama’s Foreign Policy Toward Iran Fails
The panel on CBS’ Face the Nation appears ready to blame Arkansas senator Tom Cotton if the Obama administration’s negotiations with Iran fall through. Cotton, along with 46 other Senators, penned a letter warning the Iranian regime not to rely ...
Greta Van Susteren: GOP Senators’ Letter to Iran Is ‘Horrific’
Fox News host Greta Van Susteren says she thinks it was wrong for 47 Republican senators to send a warning letter to Iran, which advised the Iranian regime not to rely on any agreement with President Obama that did not have ...
New Yorker’s David Remnick: It’s ‘Deflating’ that Hillary Clinton thinks the American People Are Stupid
New Yorker editor David Remnick is disappointed that Hillary Clinton’s press conference explaining her exclusive use of a private e-mail account and secret server was not more convincing.
“It’s one thing for a politician to be stupid, which ...
Sasse to Introduce Legislation to Prohibit Amnesty Beneficiaries from Receiving Social Security Numbers
Republican senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska plans to introduce legislation on Monday that would prevent the beneficiaries of President Obama’s executive amnesty from obtaining Social Security Numbers. Sasse, the author of the legislation, will be joined by Alabama senator ...
Ferguson Police Officers Shot During ‘Peaceful’ Protest
Two Ferguson police officers were shot during protests near the department’s headquarters late last night. Protesters had gathered outside the department in response to the resignation of Thomas Jackson, the embattled Ferguson police chief, yesterday afternoon. Jackson stepped down ...
Amnestied Illegals May Receive Social Security As Early As 2017
Illegal immigrants who take advantage of President Obama’s executive actions on immigration will soon collect another benefit: Social Security.
Starting in 2017, the Social Security Administration expects that thousands of undocumented immigrants will begin collecting from the Old-Age, Survivor’s, ...
Mexican Drug Cartels Caused the Border Crisis
Mexico’s warring drug cartels helped orchestrate the massive influx of unaccompanied alien children that streamed through the Rio Grande Valley last summer, according to a leaked report from the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Contrary to the narrative articulated ...
Where Have All the Air Marshals Gone?
The Transportation Security Administration is experiencing a mass exodus of Federal Air Marshals so severe that it may soon render the marshal service an “agency-in-name-only,” according to current and former marshals.
Agents across the country are looking for any excuse ...
CPAC Immigration Hawks Turn up the Heat on Jeb and Rubio.
Back in 2014, she helped take down former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Now, Laura Ingraham is hunting even bigger game in her quest to rid the Republican party of immigration moderates: She’s looking to knock Jeb Bush out of ...
Dozens of CPAC Attendees Walk Out on Jeb Bush
Scores of CPAC attendees began to file out as soon as Jeb Bush started speaking with talk show host Sean Hannity this afternoon,which did eventually garner plenty of applause. After exiting the main auditorium at the Conservative Political Action ...
Laura Ingraham: 'Let Jeb Bush and Hillary Run on the Same Ticket'
With Jeb Bush set to take the stage later this afternoon at the Conservative Political Action Conference, conservative commentator Laura Ingraham came out swinging against the more moderate wing of the Republican party.
“Why don’t we just call it ...
Jindal: GOP Getting Ready to 'Wave the White Flag' on Obamacare
Appearing between conservative heavyweights Wisconsin governor Scott Walker and Sarah Palin, Bobby Jindal showed he could more than hold his own at CPAC on Thursday evening., slamming the new Republican majority in Congress for not trying hard enough to repeal ...
Lee: 'We Have to Withhold Funding' from DHS
Even as Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell advances a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security without any provisions to block President Obama’s executive amnesty, Utah senator Mike Lee called on his colleagues in the House and the ...
Leaked E-mail: Border Patrol Instructed to Curtail Deportation Proceedings
President Obama claimed his executive amnesty would “stem the flow of illegal crossings and speed the return of those who do crossover.” But internal e-mails obtained by National Review Online reveal that his administration has taken steps to ensure the ...
McCaul: Obama Is Not Taking the Threat of Violent Islamic Extremism Seriously
Vice President Joe Biden kicked off the White House’s three-day summit on countering violent extremism today, and said assimilating immigrants into all aspects of society is key to preventing the spread of violent ideologies. House Homeland Security Committee chairman ...
Almost Everyone at DHS Is an 'Essential' Employee
If funding runs out for the Department of Homeland Security later this month, it’s unlikely that most Americans will notice any difference. Nearly 200,000 of DHS’s estimated 231,117 civilian and military employees were deemed “essential” and continued working during the 2013 ...
Kinzinger: Obama Is Trying to Make Congress Do the Commander-in-Chief's Job
President Obama’s proposed Authorization for the Use of Military Force against the Islamic State requires Congress to act as Commander-in-Chief, said Republican congressman Adam Kinzinger.
“I think [the authorization] ties the president’s hands; it also is making Congress, ...
Loretta Lynch Responds to Reporting on Allegations She Slighted Victims' Rights
Attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch has finally responded to allegations that she failed to follow key provisions of federal law during her tenure as the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York. As NRO has previously reported, ...
Report: No. 1 Issue at Obama's Private Meeting with Muslim Leaders Was Islamophobia in America
The number one issue at President Obama’s private meeting with Muslim leaders on Wednesday was the rise of Islamophobia in America, not the threat of Islamic terrorism, according to sources in the room with the president.
Comedian Dean Obeidallah ...
Sessions to Obama's Budget Director: 'Your Ideas Will Not Work, They Will Never Work'
Alabama senator Jeff Sessions scolded President Obama’s budget director Shaun Donovan for introducing solutions that Sessions described as doomed to fail. During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing today, Sessions decried declining median income for families over the last decade ...
Transportation Secrecy Administration
Current and former federal air marshals allege that the Transportation Security Administration intentionally hid embarrassing information about supervisors’ misconduct and targeted employees who sought to expose the truth.
The allegations revolve around TSA management’s overuse of an agency-specific designation ...
AG Nominee Won't Say Whether Future Presidents Can Decline to Enforce Tax Laws
Attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch says President Obama’s executive action on immigration is a reasonable use of the president’s executive discretion, but won’t identify the limits of that authority — such as whether a future Republican president could ...
AG Nominee: Obama's Executive Amnesty Wasn't Actually an Amnesty
During attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch’s confirmation hearings today, she took issue with Alabama senator Jeff Sessions’s characterization of the president’s November executive action on immigration as an “executive amnesty,” arguing the legal status it affords is ...
Union of Officers in Agency Implementing Amnesty Oppose House Border Security Bill
A union of immigration law-enforcement officers is speaking out against House Republicans’ border-security bill and the Senate’s silence on the president’s executive action on immigration.
The bill is essentially risible, according to the union, which represents 12,000 workers in ...
Immigration Hawks Warn about McCaul’s Border Security Plan: It’s a 'Fake Border Security Bill’
Immigration hawks who have examined the Secure Our Border First Act of 2015 say the American public should be gravely concerned by the legislation. The bill, which was introduced by House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul, is intended to provide additional ...
Loretta Lynch’s Secret Docket
It should go without saying that the U.S. attorney general, as our nation’s chief law-enforcement officer, is expected to wield the Justice Department’s full powers to fight for those victimized by crime. It should also go without ...
Chaffetz: Romney Says the Rumors Are True
On CNN’s State of the Union, Republican congressman Jason Chaffetz said Mitt Romney solicited his input as Romney is gearing up for another presidential campaign.
“He wanted some advice and input, but [said] the rumors that were ...
The Obama Administration Is Now Boasting About How Many Illegal Immigrant Children It Resettled This Summer
The Department of Health and Human Services is touting its handling of last summer’s massive influx of unaccompanied alien children in an end-of-year report, despite the fact that its own failures worsened the situation.
Nearly 58,000 unaccompanied alien children arrived ...
A DHS Shutdown May Not Really Shut Down DHS, and Wouldn't Stop Obama's Amnesty
If funding for the Department of Homeland Security runs out at the end of February, it is unlikely that it would slow the Obama administration down. Instead, the federal government would have little difficulty proceeding to implement the president’s ...
Obama's Attorney General Nominee Won't Answer Questions about the Executive Amnesty
President Obama’s nominee for attorney general, Loretta Lynch, would not directly answer whether she supports the president’s executive action on immigration in a meeting with Louisiana senator David Vitter today. While the Department of Homeland Security will be ...
The Disturbing Coburn Report
Only three in every 100 illegal immigrants will ever face deportation. That’s one of many shocking revelations found in the final oversight report of Oklahoma senator Tom Coburn. Coburn, who was the ranking member of the Homeland Security and Governmental ...
Indiana Introduces Bill to Let Pence Run for President and Governor in 2016
An Indiana Republican lawmaker is introducing legislation that would allow Governor Mike Pence to run for both the governor’s mansion and the White House in 2016.
State senator Mike Delph told the Indianapolis Star he thought it was in the ...
Scalise May Not Have Actually Attended That White Nationalist Conference
House majority whip Steve Scalise may not have spoken to a conference of white nationalists in 2002 after all, even though he’s already apologized for doing so.
Kenny Knight, a longtime political adviser to former Ku Klux Klan leader and ...
Scalise: Ludicrous to Suggest I Was Involved with White-Supremacist Group
House majority whip Steve Scalise (R., La.) said it’s “insulting and ludicrous” to suggest that his speaking in 2002 at a conference organized by a white-supremacist group indicates his support for the group.
“I don’t have any records from ...
Ferguson's Media Darling Flames Out
Joshua Williams has been everywhere: protesting in Ferguson, Mo., Washington, D.C., and Cleveland, Ohio. Now, he is in St. Louis, where police have arrested him for arson.
During the Ferguson protests, Williams perfected the skill of catching the attention ...
Rogers: Intelligence Community Was Ready to Respond to North Korea Hack Attack, Didn't Get Decision from Obama
Representative Mike Rogers, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said the intelligence community is ready to respond to the attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment by hackers that had the support of North Korea. “Our intelligence services, the folks who would ...
No One’s Minding the Store
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services officials tasked with preventing fraud from taking place are instead being forced to do administrative work, according to the federal official who created and directed the division of the government responsible for preventing immigration ...
Surprise: Americans Unlikely to Learn Executive Amnesty Specifics Until After It’s Implemented
The Department of Homeland Security’s memos outlining the recent executive action on immigration withhold details about new guidelines and regulations the Obama administration will use to implement amnesty, according to a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies. ...
ISIS Wants to Sell James Foley's Body for $1 Million
BuzzFeed reports that the Islamic State is attempting to sell the remains of journalist James Foley for $1 million either to the Foley family or to the U.S. government. Foley was beheaded in August by the Islamic terrorist group: