Obama Has Refused to Deport 820,000 Illegal Aliens Guilty of Murder, Rape, Drug Offenses, and Other Crimes

Monday, December 19, 2016
Immigration Impact

A new report estimates that there are up to 820,000 illegal aliens in the U.S. who have escaped deportation under Obama’s regime despite that many of them have been convicted of serious crimes including murder, rape, drug offenses, and other crimes.

Sanctuary Cities Vs. National Security and Public Safety

Why sanctuary city mayors should be given an MVP Award by ISIS and drug cartels
FrontPage Mag
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Immigration Impact

Immigration Cases Now Account for More than Half of Federal Prosecutions

Limits to Growth
Thursday, December 1, 2016
Immigration Impact

Tucker Carlson’s new show on Fox had a fact-jammed three minutes of reporting about illegal immigration in the courts and the continuing flood on the border of Central American illegal aliens.

Map: Gang territory in Los Angeles, a mature Sanctuary City

Coming soon to a city near you
Sunday, November 6, 2016
Immigration Impact

Here is a map of gang territory in Los Angeles, a mature Sanctuary City:


Gang terriroty in Los Angeles

Border Surge Brings Wave of Gang Violence in New York! MS-13 machete attacks, scalpings, other violent crimes

Saturday, November 5, 2016
Immigration Impact

The surge of unaccompanied minors from Central America at the U.S.-Mexican border has caused more than administrative headaches — it is bringing gang violence to the American heartland, an immigration researcher said Friday.

Taxpayer Costs of Criminal Aliens in Colorado Jails and Prisons

New CAIRCO research
Colorado Alliance for Immigration Reform
Thursday, November 3, 2016
Colorado News

Fact Sheet - Taxpayer Costs of Criminal Aliens in Colorado Jails and Prisons

How many criminal aliens are in Colorado jails and what is the annual cost to Colorado taxpayers? Colorado data for the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program tells the story.

Sen. Sessions: Obama Keeps 182,761 Convicted Foreign Criminals in United States

Friday, October 21, 2016
Immigration Impact

Roughly 180,000 foreign criminals with court-approved removal orders are still living in the United States because President Barack Obama’s administration is not trying to send them home, says a new Senate report.

Immigration Expert: U.S. Refugee Vetting ‘Criminally Irresponsible’

Bureaucratic ineptitude, political concerns, and assembly line mentality plague migrant screening process
Friday, October 7, 2016
National News


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