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Del Rio Border Sector Becomes Busiest Border Sector

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The Rio Grande border sector has led the other eight sectors in border apprehensions during the ongoing border crisis, but that distinction appears to be shifting to the Del Rio border sector according to recent apprehension numbers. The Del Rio sector, which lies east of the Big Bend National Park to Laredo, Texas, saw 4,000 apprehensions of illegal border crossers over the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend.

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Our Cherished Natural Heritage Faces an Existential Threat

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  by  Amy Boylan

Our National Parks and protected areas are revealing their fragility as pressures from our growing immigration-driven population increase. Unprotected areas are part of the larger ecosystems of protected land, and urban sprawl brings with it habitat loss and increasingly fragmented landscapes along with a myriad of other issues. Between the years 1940-2000, 28 million housing units were built within 50 km of protected areas in the United States. If this trend continues, this number will increase by another million by 2030, many of which will be built within 1 km of protected areas.

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Unpacking the true intent of the propaganda from mass immigration pushers

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  by  Christy Shaw

Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, frequently uses the retort "More Immigration!" whenever a problem facing the U.S. is raised in the media. He uses it tongue in cheek, of course, to mock those, like Kelsey Norman in Foreign Affairs, who do make immigration the panacea that will save Americans from ourselves.

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Dr. Frank Morris Praises 'Back of the Hiring Line' in Chicago Tribune Op-ed

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  by  Eric Ruark
Dr. Frank Morris has had a long and distinguished career. including his tireless efforts to advocate to reform an immigration system that deprives many African Americans of economic opportunities. This week, the Chicago Tribune ran an op-ed in which Dr. Morris mentions Roy Beck's Back of the Hiring Line as a major contribution to our understanding of "A 200-Year History of Immigration Surges, Employer Bias, and Depression of Black Wealth."

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H-1B Denial Rate Plummets under Biden

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The denial rate for H-1B visa applications dropped to only 4% in FY2021 after reaching a rate of 24% in FY2018. The dramatic change in the denial rate demonstrates the key difference between Pres. Trump's 'America First' immigration policy versus Pres. Biden's policy, which is much more favorable for foreign workers and the companies that seek them.

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Sen. Ron Johnson Releases DHS Data Further Exposing Failures of Biden's Border Policies

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Earlier this week, U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), the ranking member of the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, released newly obtained data from the Department of Homeland Security exposing the complete failures of the Biden Administration’s disastrous border policies.

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Inspector General Finds Rampant Fraud in U-Visa Program

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The Inspector General for the Department of Homeland Security found rampant fraud over the years in the U-Visa program that provides a visa to illegal alien victims of crime. The Inspector General also found that the program provides little assistance to local police in the investigation of crimes, despite claims from the program's supporters.

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