Immigration

Sounds like SCOTUS is going to uphold Trump’s travel ban

By Dan Calabrese And they should, of course, because it’s clearly constitutional and Trump was clearly acting within his authority as president to enact it. The arguments of the left, led by lawyers for the

Immigration

Arizona Supreme Court: Sorry, colleges can’t give in-state tuition to illegals protected by DACA

By Dan Calabrese The logic seems hard to argue with to me: How can you claim legal privileges as a resident if it isn’t even legal for you to live where you’re living? Before American

Immigration

Trump: Props to Mexico for stopping the caravan, avoiding a ‘giant scene’ at the border

By Dan Calabrese Presumably after all the attention it got, border security would have been waiting and ready. You’d like to think that. As controversial as it’s now become in this country to simply enforce

Immigration

Trump threatens Mexico’s ‘cash cow NAFTA’ if migrant caravan isn’t stopped. Today, Mexico stops it?

By Robert Laurie Over the last three days President Trump has posted a series of tweets aimed squarely at the Mexican government and its inaction regarding the migrant caravan working its way through their country. 

Immigration

Trump Sunday tweetstorm: DACA is through, and maybe NAFTA too

By Dan Calabrese It sounds like the president started the morning watching Fox & Friends instead of going to church, although he made it to the Lord’s house eventually. Maybe it calmed him down. But

Immigration

Democrats in total meltdown as Trump proposes asking Census respondents if they’re citizens

By Dan Calabrese Seems like the sort of thing you’d want to know, but what do I know? Democrats expect you to let them subject you to under-oath rectal exams if you appear before a