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Napolitarianism Under Fire

Lloyd Billingsley, Even Democrats want to dump the University of California’s corrupt anti-conservative zealot. From 2009-2013, Janet Napolitano headed the U.S. Department of Homeland Security but as president of the University of California she has been unable to prevent violent thugs from quashing free speech on UC campuses. Napolitano has also remained silent during the

DHS Issues Report About Sanctuary Cities That Refused to Cooperate

Leah Barkoukis, The Department of Homeland Security on Monday issued its first ‘detainer’ report, identifying sanctuary cities where local police have released illegal immigrants despite requests by federal authorities to detain them. The report lists 118 law enforcement agencies that refused to cooperate with federal authorities.   The new report by the Department of Homeland Security

Prosecute the Sanctuary Secessionists

David Horowitz, The Freedom Center’s newest campaign takes on the seditious “sanctuary campus” movement. There are now 500 sanctuary cities in the United States, virtually all Democratic, which are pledged not to cooperate with the Department of Homeland Security in its efforts to secure our borders, identify terrorists, and deport criminal aliens. California has taken

White House Resolute on Wall Despite Worry in Congress

Jim Stinson, Spicer says border barrier a pledge Trump ‘intends to maintain’ as moderates cast doubt. Despite a congressional case of nerves, President Donald Trump is determined to build a 2,000-mile wall along the southern border with Mexico. The 30-foot wall will even be made of concrete, according to the federal government, a largely impassable

Illegal border crossings decrease by 40 percent in Trump’s first month

The number of people illegally crossing the U.S. southern border has dropped 40 percent in President Trump’s first full month in office, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Wednesday. U.S. Customs and Border Patrol reported that the number of illegal border crossings dropped from 31,578 to 18,762 persons. Kelly said border agents usually see a

300 refugees subjects of FBI terror investigations

Catherine Herridge, Hundreds of people admitted to the United States as refugees are the subjects of FBI counterterrorism investigations involving ISIS – including some individuals from countries cited on President Trump’s revised travel ban. Trump’s order, which was announced late Monday morning, temporarily bans travel to those without valid visas from Sudan, Syria, Iran, Libya,