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Biden Urges Congress to Approve Amnesty, blames Trump for Border Crisis

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  by  Chris Chmielenski

In his first address before a joint session of Congress, Pres. Biden urged the few Members in attendance to approve his massive immigration reform bill that would grant amnesty to more than 11 million illegal aliens and triple the number of green cards issued over the next decade. As for the ongoing crisis at the southern border, where a record number of unaccompanied alien children have been apprehended crossing the border illegally, Biden took no responsibility and instead blamed the surge on conditions in Central America and Donald Trump.

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Australians Benefit from Closed Borders

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  by  Amy Boylan

When Australia closed its borders in response to the coronavirus, many politicians and members of the media were predicting doom and gloom for the economy. And then a not-so-remarkable thing happened. Without an economy artificially juiced on immigration, Australians began to see gains for themselves as per capita GDP began to rise and unemployed workers began to rejoin the workforce. This is a story that deserves a lot more attention.

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Actually, Yeah, Why Don't They Just Get in Line?

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This coming Wednesday, the House subcommittee on Immigration and Citizenship, will hold a hearing oddly entitled "Why Don't They Just Get in Line? Barriers to Legal Immigration." You may think this is a waste of time and certainly I forgive the sentiment. However, there is always opportunity to learn even in the darkest of times. On paper, Democrats holding a committee hearing to rebut a strawman rhetorical question they asked themselves is an excellent microcosm of how Democratic leadership has functioned in the majority this year, but it does provide some space for an actual discussion about how many legal ways aliens can enter the United States.

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Biden Admin. Stops Fining Aliens Who Overstay Visas, Cancels Previous Alien Overstay Debts

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DHS has stopped fining illegal aliens who have overstayed their visas and refuse to depart from the United States, after previously agreeing that they would depart during the initial process to acquire a visa. The Admin. will also cancel the debts of those fined for overstaying visas under President Trump.

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