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An Immigration System That Puts America First

Matthew Vadum, Trump’s common-sense reforms will make U.S. immigration policy sane again. President Trump’s newly-unveiled immigration reforms represent an earth-shattering, fundamental change in U.S. immigration policy that is desperately needed after the never-ending waves of poorly educated, hard-to-assimilate immigrants from unenlightened corners of the earth unleashed by Democrats in the Sixties. “Our question as a

Trump Should Stand Up to Bullies & Reinstate Army Secretary’s Nomination

Todd Starnes, Last week President Trump made the following promise to the nation:  “We will not allow people of faith to be targeted, bullied or silenced anymore,” the president said. “We will never ever stand for religious discrimination.” He made that statement last Thursday. The following day, the president’s nominee for Army Secretary withdrew his

Apocalyptic Progressivism

Victor Davis Hanson, Shortly after the 2008 election, President Obama’s soon-to-be chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, infamously declared, “You never let a serious crisis go to waste.” He elaborated: “What I mean by that (is) it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.” Disasters, such as the September 2008 financial

The Green Guillotine

Patrick Bobko, If you’ve ever wondered what happens when Berkeley-grade environmentalists finally seize control of all the levers of government power, let me introduce you to my town of Hermosa Beach, California. The first thing they do is come for your carbon. They want you to stop burning it. Immediately. Environmental purists believe that burning

Behind The (Revolving) Green Door

Derek Hunter, Much is made about the “revolving door” between working in government and the private sector, particularly lobbying. People go into government service, leave and make a fortune in the private sector working on the same issues with the same people, then return to government – lather, rinse, repeat. Those stories are usually about

Mostly ‘Affluent and College Educated’ Liberals Fall for Fake News

Curtis Houck at NewsBusters notes that 60 Minutes’ Sunday report, “How Fake News Becomes a Popular, Trending Topic,” admits that the audience for “fake news” tailored to the left is mostly “affluent and college educated.” From NewsBusters: [G]uest and “internet advertising firm” CEO Jeff Green dropped this admission that both he and Pelley seemed befuddled

The RAISE Act Takes a Flawed Approach on Immigration Reform

Helen Raleigh, Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) and Senator David Perdue (R-Georgia) unveiled a bill titled, “the Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment (RAISE) Act,” on February 7th. This bill seeks to limit legal immigration to “637,960 in its first year and to 539,958 by its tenth year-a 50 percent reduction from the 1,051,031 immigrants who

GOP Sens. Cotton, Perdue unveil bill to cut legal immigration ‘in half’

Joseph Weber, Two Republican senators announced legislation Tuesday that could effectively cut legal immigration in half, marking a shift in the debate as President Trump focuses more on curbing illegal immigration. The bill by Sens. Tom Cotton, Arkansas, and David Perdue, Georgia, would reduce the number of green cards issued annually from 1 million to

The Environmentalist War On Science

Jeff Stier, The EPA just threw out five years of fracking safety research to appease green extremists. Although early drafts found no evidence that fracking has had a “widespread, systemic” impact on drinking water, the final report claims that there isn’t “enough information to make a broad conclusion.” How absurd. An honest look at the