Texas Governor Greg Abbott: 20,000 Illegals Caught Since January 1

Texas Governor Greg Abbott revealed that over 20,000 illegal immigrants have been apprehended crossing into his state. In other words, Texas has documented tens of thousands of undocumented lawbreakers since the start of 2015. And those are the ones they caught! In 2014 U.S. Immigration officials caught 213,719 illegals!! Governor…

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Breathe A Sigh of Relief: Administration Issued ONLY 5.5 Million Work Permits to Non-Citizens.

The Obama administration has since 2009 issued roughly 5.5 million work permits to non-citizens beyond what Congress has authorized, according to recently-released documents that critics of U.S. policy say reveals a “shadow” or “parallel” immigration system stifling wages and taking jobs from Americans. The information was obtained by the conservative-leaning…

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Patrick Buchanan: EU Crushed Under Open Border Policy

How the open border immigration policy is crushing the European Union. The decline of cultural assimilation by immigrants in Europe, along with the ease by which terrorists enter the EU, has led to the steady decline of Europe as an economic and political world power.

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ADIOS, AMERICA!

ADIOS, AMERICA!   Ann Coulter’s recent book is entitled “Adios, America!” and it is a scathing indictment against “the left’s plan to turn our country into a Third World hellhole.”   Coulter’s book is a must-read for anyone concerned with the politics surrounding legal and illegal immigration in the United…

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Feds Won’t Prosecute Illegals

UNSURPRISING NEWS ITEM: AZ sheriff: Feds ‘refusing’ to prosecute illegals BY OLAF EKBERG Yuma County, Arizona Sheriff Leon Wilmot is tired of his county’s taxpayers paying to recapture illegal immigrants because of the federal government’s refusal to enforce the law.“If you are not going to do your job and we have…

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Judge Upholds Arizona’s Immigration Law

Judge upholds Arizona’s ‘show your papers’ immigration law The Arizona-Mexico border fence near Naco, Arizona, March 29, 2013. REUTERS/SAMANTHA SAIS A federal judge has upheld part of Arizona’s contentious immigration law, rejecting claims that the so-called “show your papers” section of the law discriminated against Hispanics. The ruling by U.S.…

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