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Rep. Gonzales: Panama Intercepts 52 Migrants on Terrorist Watch List En Route to U.S.

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On a recent podcast, U.S. Representative Tony Gonzales recounted a conversation with Panama's Foreign Minister, Erika Mouynes, where she mentioned Panamanian officials intercepting 52 migrants on terrorist watch lists. Mouynes also expressed her concern with the Biden Administration's apathy towards the situation.

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FY21 Ends with 1,734,686 Border Encounters - Highest Total Ever Recorded

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Customs and Border Protection released September's border encounters, the month saw 192,001 total encounters, down just over 8% from August's 196,514. However, the final month of FY21 brought the yearly total to a record-shattering 1,734,686 total encounters, the highest number ever recorded.

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DOJ, DOL, & Facebook Announce $14.25M Settlement for Claims of Hiring Practices that Discriminated Against Citizens

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Facebook Inc. has agreed to pay up to $14,250,000 to settle civil claims filed by the Federal government that accused the corporation of discriminating against American workers and violating federal recruitment laws in favor of foreign labor.

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Cheap Labor Lobbyists Complain Trump's Covid Immigration Restrictions Protected American Jobs, Wages

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In a recent report by investment bank Goldman Sachs, and another by open-borders "think tank" the Cato Institute, President Trump's Covid-19-related immigration restrictions were found to have prevented foreign nationals from competing with disadvantaged Americans for jobs during one of the most trying economic times in recent history.

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Two Recent Biden Immigration Policies Effectively Abolish ICE

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  by  Jared Culver

The Biden Administration’s recent release of policies laying out enforcement priorities and ending worksite enforcement have, in practice if not law, accomplished the Squad’s goal of abolishing Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). On the policy front, this means the one agency in the Federal government with the mission of locating and removing illegal aliens is now virtually defunct.

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

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  by  Eric Ruark

The Border Crisis is obvious to anyone who is paying attention to the situation at the southern border. Recent data leaks have shown just how many illegal aliens are being released into the U.S., and DHS Sec. Mayorkas has been clear that he has no plans to secure the border or enforce immigration law on the interior.

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Internal DHS Memo Drafts Plan to Allow Immigration Fraudsters to Keep Citizenship

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According to an internal memo exclusively obtained by The Washington Times, the Department of Homeland Security has begun circulating a plan to allow naturalized "citizens" who garnered that title through lies and fraud - to keep their citizenship status.

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Leaked CBP Docs. Show Aprox. 70K Aliens Released into US Since August, 40K on 'Own Recognizance'

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According to recently leaked documents from U.S. Customs and Border Protection, more than 30,000 illegal aliens have been released under a broad use of parole, making the aliens eligible for work permits and limited immigrant benefits. An additional 40,000 illegal aliens were released "on their own recognizance," without even a Notice to Report.

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Colorado River Water Shortage Affects 40 Million People

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  by  Amy Boylan

The Department of the Interior has declared a water shortage on the Colorado River for the first time. Currently, there are 40 million people depending on it for water. Farmers and ranchers also rely on the Colorado river to produce their crops. If immigration-driven population growth, driven by federal government policies, continues at its current pace, water resources will be put under even more stress.

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