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Manchin is correct: The border is not secure. Here is what he can, and should do to fix immigration

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  by  Christy Shaw

Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia was right to say Vice President Kamala Harris was “dead wrong” when she farcically said that the U.S. southern border was secure. But Manchin’s amnesty-first approach won’t solve anything. There is plenty of legislation he can back if he really wants a secure border.

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El Paso Officials Steer Clear of the Obvious

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  by  Lisa Irving

Democratic-led El Paso has faced the turmoil of the record border crisis by busing migrants out of the city, while officials have steered clear of bringing up the obvious - the lack of border security and asylum application abuse that are driving the staggering numbers of crossings and wreaking havoc on city resources.

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More Forced Labor in H-2A as Congress Works to Expand the Program

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  by  Jared Culver

The owner of Los Villatoros Harvesting (LVH) pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit forced labor on Tuesday in the latest example of slavery in the H-2A agricultural temporary worker program. While this sort of atrocity is continuing apace within the borders of the United States, Congress and lobbyists are pushing hard to expand H-2A.

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Immigration and Conservation

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  by  Jeremy Beck

The United States loses about 1.5 million acres every year (roughly a football field every 30 seconds). Population growth is responsible for most of that loss. With federal immigration policies driving nearly all of projected population growth, Congress and the president have an opportunity every day to stop the destruction of habitats and animals brought about by our own increasing numbers.

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Americans tell pollsters they want to slow immigration-driven growth

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  by  Jeremy Beck

Americans are tired of the downstream effects of unsustainable population growth, and support reducing immigration to ease congestion, crowding, and development over America's open spaces. This is true across the nation but one state in particular is waking up to just how out of step its leaders are with the public.

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