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Laken Riley Act Empowers States to Stop Biden

By Jared Culver

The House of Representatives is considering H.R. 7511, the Laken Riley Act. The legislation empowers state governments to challenge the plainly illegal actions of presidents.

Biden Legal Pathways Strategy Meets Reality

By Jared Culver

As we prepare to leave January 2024 behind (already!?), the Biden Administration has finally confirmed that there were a record 371,436 encounters of illegal immigrants nationwide, with 302,034 of those encounters at the border, alone, in just this past December. The Administration also bragged about recruiting and releasing, under parole, approximately 327,000 individuals from countries … Continued

Scars of Stagnant Wages and Misplaced Priorities

By Jeremy Beck

Immigration By the Numbers: Catch and Release 40% of migrants released by the Biden Administration never checked in; Another 40% never received a “notice to appear” at all; 82% of migrants released have not been entered into the court docket. Of the 18% who have been entered into the court docket, most will wait years … Continued

Biden Administration Announces Plan to Expand Its Abuse of Humanitarian Parole

By Eric Ruark

While the D.C. press was preoccupied (obsessed really) with the House Speaker’s race, the White House decided it was time to roll out a new immigration policy ahead of a scheduled visit by President Biden to the border at El Paso. The plan is called New Border Enforcement Actions. As one might guess at this … Continued

IG: DHS Failed to Properly Vet Afghan Parolees

By Chris Chmielenski

A scathing new report from the DHS Inspector General concluded that “DHS may have admitted or paroled individuals into the United States who pose a risk to national security and the safety of local communities.” The report’s findings and timing are significant considering that there’s a bipartisan group of lawmakers in Congress who are looking … Continued

The President’s Michael Scott Philosophy of Immigration Enforcement

By Chris Chmielenski

“Don’t, ever, for any reason, do anything, to anyone, for any reason, ever, no matter what, no matter where, or who or who you are with, or, or where you are going, or, or where you’ve been. Ever. For any reason. Whatsoever.” If you are not an avid fan of the NBC sitcom “The Office,” … Continued

House Passes Largest Amnesty in History

By Chris Chmielenski

After several failed attempts, House Democrats finally completed the first step to passing what could be the largest illegal alien amnesty in U.S. history this morning by approving H.R. 5376, Pres. Biden’s Build Back Better legislation. Click here to read all the details in the House version of H.R. 5376. In summary, the bill would: … Continued

Leaked Data & Sec. Mayorkas Statements Suggest Immigration Enforcement Is Virtually Ended

By Eric Ruark

Since President Biden assumed office on January 20, 2021, his administration has taken deliberate actions to facilitate illegal immigration into the United States – including assisting smugglers to complete human trafficking operations – and to end the enforcement of immigration law in the interior of the country. As long as jobs and taxpayer-funded government benefits … Continued