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Trump’s Immigration Policies Are Working

Michael Cutler, How 800 Americans and lawful immigrants got jobs overnight in Chicago. I often focus on the nexus between failures of the immigration system and the way that these failures undermine national security and public safety.  Today, however, we will consider a more prosaic issue, but one that impacts millions of American and lawful

State Department investigation provides insight on Democrats’ imported electorate

Lloyd Billingsley, Illegal Alien Voting! President Donald Trump estimated that three to five million illegals had caused him to lose the popular vote, which Hillary Clinton carried by 2.8 million votes. Trump duly launched a commission on voter fraud headed by vice president Mike Pence and Kansas secretary of state Kris Kobach. That probe had

Government Makes Rules to Protect Us from Pizza, Cup-cakes, and Shark Attacks in the Pacific

Patrick Bobko, Do we really need government rules protecting us from pizza? The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) thinks we do. Beginning on May 5th, pizza restaurants (among others) will be required to display per slice calorie ranges on their menus. The 100-page rule effectively requires pizzerias to count the number pepperonis on each slice

Hey, Facebook, it’s time to put our safety before your algorithms

Rabbi Abraham Cooper, The murder of an innocent man in Cleveland shown on Facebook by the perpetrator  is but the latest distressing outrage exposing the horrific flipside of social media. Apparently, the grisly implications of the monstrous deed — including, G-d forbid copycat crimes, has led Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg to announce a review of

NO SANCTUARY: Sessions takes aim at ‘dangerous’ cities, warns of federal funding cuts

Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired a broadside at so-called “sanctuary cities” Monday, telling reporters local policies of noncooperation with immigration authorities are “dangerous” and will cost communities federal funding. In the Trump administration’s most pointed warning yet, Sessions said federal law allows withholding of federal funding to sanctuary cities, and signaled that such measures will

For Miners and Mine owners safety bills fire up tensions in coal country

Two mining bills designed to eliminate safety checks for the coal industry have reignited smoldering tensions between miners and mine owners. In West Virginia, lawmakers advanced revisions to a controversial bill that originally would have eliminated state safety checks at coal mines. A similar effort made its way through the Kentucky Legislature. In that case,

In Maryland Rape Case, Liberals Adhere to Political Correctness

Jeff Crouere, On the morning of March 16, a 14-year old girl was allegedly raped by two illegal aliens in a high school bathroom in Rockville, Maryland. One of the alleged rapists, Henry Sanchez-Milian, is an adult, 18 years old, while the other suspect, Jose O. Montano, is 17-years old. They have been charged with

Gun rights advocates can publish lawmakers’ addresses, judge rules

Gun owners’ rights advocates are free to publish the home addresses and telephone numbers of California state lawmakers who voted for firearms restrictions, a federal judge decided Monday. It is the second time in a week that judges decided that California lawmakers went too far in protecting the private information of public figures. U.S. Chief