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Biden encourages border surge; actions needed to reverse the surge

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  by  Lisa Irving

The Biden administration's responses have more so encouraged the surge than quelled it. Reversing the surge requires closing the border to most, non-essential traffic during of the COVID-19 pandemic; Title 42, restarting the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP, or "Remain In Mexico" program), which requires asylum seekers to remain in Mexico until their case can be heard by an immigration judge; and other actions.

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Biden DHS Formally Ends Migrant Protection Protocols 'Remain in Mexico'

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The Department of Homeland Security has officially terminated the Migrant Protection Protocols, also known as "Remain In Mexico," initiated under President Donald Trump. The Remain In Mexico policy enabled immigration agencies like ICE and Border Patrol to keep illegal aliens in Mexico while waiting for their immigration court date in the U.S.

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House Committee Members highlight environmental impact of Biden Border Crisis

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  by  Chris Chmielenski

Republicans on the House Committee for Natural Resources hosted a forum this week to discuss the environmental impacts of Pres. Biden's ongoing border crisis. In each of the last two months, 170,000 illegal border crossers have been apprehended by Border Patrol agents, not to mention the countless number of individuals who crossed illegally and undetected.

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New Zealand's PM Cuts Immigration to Deflate Nation's Housing Bubble and Raise Wages

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The island nation of New Zealand is now facing a real estate bubble caused by businesses' demands for more immigrant workers, home buyers, and overall consumers. Amazingly, New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, has had the courage to address the nation's housing affordability crisis at its root causes, uncontrolled mass immigration and investor schemes to exploit them.

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