Tag Archives: Immigration Law

Illegals from Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone can now be sent home.

Trump: This is “egregious overreach by a single unelected judge.”

President Trump has yet to comment.

. . . says the New York Times.

Being an illegal will result in lesser charges.

John Kelly is lining up against Jeff Sessions.

British left is cracking over immigration policy.

Why the H-1B Visa Racket Should Be Abolished, Not Reformed

Only elites and their helots benefit from the program.

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But many Republicans aren’t getting the message.

“The war that is waged against us is asymmetrical, revolutionary. We cannot afford to lose this war.”

Your Choice: a Green America or a Brown America

Most “environmentalists” choose brown.

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Sanctuary city becomes sanctuary courtroom.

H-1B system will be reformed.

Governor Jerry Brown pardons criminal deportees.

It brings benefits for local governments.

Central Americans find Mexico’s policies racist.

“This is a new era. This is the Trump era.”

Scholars tried to downplay the data.

“The best and most just reparation would be American immigration reform.”

News is likely to boost AfD in upcoming elections.

But their four anchor babies get to stay.

A standoff between California and the federal government looks inevitable.

Communities posting signs warning foreigners to keep moving.

The ICE Man Cometh, Front Page Mag

Leftists fume as immigration laws are enforced.

It’s in Spanish and English.

Trump could put real pressure on “sanctuary cities.”

An interview with the French New Right luminary.

So much for “Immigrants don’t use welfare.”

And 50% want legal action against sanctuary cities.

Judge says his intentions may have been noble.

By a vote of nearly two to one.

“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.

ICE Agents Prefer Deporting Illegals To Changing Their Diapers

Ilana Mercer cuts through the cant.

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Another “DREAMer.”

What an idea!

“He’s double-crossed us.”

And 75% want more ICE agents on the border.