Tag Archives: Immigration Law

“We said we would use the opportunity of leaving the EU to take control of our immigration system and we will do exactly that.”

Law permits denial of visas but we don’t do that.

Trump has vowed to fight the decision.

The results of last night’s election weren’t as bad as have been reported.

Along with Bannon, Miller pushes Trump in a more nationalist direction.

Israel doesn’t welcome critics.

Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Oregon, Hawaii, and Washington are all challenging Trump.

Doug Chin confuses religion with race.

ACLU: “We want people to think of their cities as cities of resistance.”

New York and Washington state may be next.

And they have only three days to appeal deportation.

Trump tries again.

Union president commends Trump.

Another “DREAMer.”

What an idea!

“He’s double-crossed us.”

And 75% want more ICE agents on the border.

Now just being charged with a crime makes you a deportation priority.

There are an estimated 3 million illegals with criminal records.

Liberals finally look at how Mexico treats immigrants.

The dreamer has already filed suit for immediate release.

The courts and media have insisted otherwise.

Fury from the Left


The Left turns violent after its first major defeat in decades.


Trump Must Break Judicial Power


Pat Buchanan advises Trump to follow Andrew Jackson’s example.


President facing an uphill battle.

May be the first case of a “Trump” deportation.

Dayton goes the way of Miami.

They are afraid of Trump. Some Africans got frostbite.

This would eliminate the visa lottery entirely.

“Federal departure centers” are planned.

The city wants as little to do with Trump’s administration as possible.

Hot Air About Muslim Immigration


How “experts” bury the big picture in irrelevant facts.


Nearly a quarter million criminals have deportation orders but home countries won’t take them back.

Executive action begins to bite; Philadelphia may go the way of Miami.

Everything Said About Trump’s “Muslim Ban” Is a Lie


Ann Coulter cuts through the rhetoric.


Immigrants on welfare could be deported.

The First Firestorm


What do the protests last weekend portend?


Farage refuses to criticize Trump’s new executive orders.

Poland is set to follow Hungary’s path.

Mayors of Boston, Chicago, and New York City still refuse.

Marriage is an easy way around expired visas.

Goes on to say that cities harboring illegals have rule of law on their side.

Trump: “The future is limitless.”

What he can accomplish through purely executive action.

He promised to “immediately terminate” the program, but has not yet done so.

Obama did something good on immigration.

Including orders on the border wall and Latin American refugees.

Sanctuary cities can’t be held liable for crimes committed by illegals.