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The Only Way the President Can Enforce Immigration Law is by Ignoring the Courts

Front Page Mag
Friday, May 26, 2017
National News
 
Obama chose to ignore immigration laws, to punish those who tried to enforce them and eventually even to unilaterally implement amnesty for illegal aliens with the general complicity of the courts. President Trump is being prevented from enforcing the traditional executive authority over immigration.

Immigration Arrests Are Swamping The Court System

FiveThirtyEight
Friday, May 19, 2017
National News

Weak border bill threatens to undermine GOP’s wall promises

Conservative Review
Friday, May 19, 2017
National News
The GOP-controlled Congress took a step forward in keeping its immigration promises to the American people with broader interior enforcement. However, it needs to catch up to the same level of strength when it comes to border security. 

Great news! Illegal Aliens Forego Food Stamps to Stay off Trump’s Radar

Breitbart
Friday, May 19, 2017
National News

Illegal aliens in San Francisco have reportedly begun abstaining from food stamps in the belief it will help them avoid being detecting by the Trump administration.

In fact, so many residents have turned against food stamps that “the city is concerned.”

Coloradans Pay Millions Annually To Jail Illegal Immigrants

CBS 4 Denver
Thursday, May 18, 2017
Colorado News

Colorado taxpayers paid more than $522 million to imprison illegal immigrants [illegal aliens] convicted of crimes over the past 20 years, according to a CBS4 investigation.

Where ICE Already Has Direct Lines To Law-Enforcement Databases With Alien Data

WMOT Roots radio / NPR
Saturday, May 13, 2017
National News

In the immediate aftermath of President Trump's victory in November, numerous liberal mayors and police chiefs across the country affirmed their commitment to making their cities sanctuaries for unauthorized immigrants [illegal aliens]...

The anatomy of an incomplete Central American sob story

An Associated Press sob story materialized in the Colorado Springs Gazette, which proudly proclaims "Pulitzer prize-Winning journalism" in its banner. With creative writing like this, they should indeed win a prize - for pretentious prevarication of premises.

Trump to name Kris Kobach to leadership role on new voter fraud commission

Kansas City Star
Thursday, May 11, 2017
National News
President Donald Trump will appoint Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach to a new commission that will investigate voter fraud and other election issues, according to White House officials.
 

Immigration - What About the Children?

Canada Free Press
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
National News

... Parents can chose to ignore and then break the law. They also need to pay the price for their choosing - as does everyone else.

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