society

Psaki Grilled on Baby Formula Shortage as Biden Regime Prioritizes Illegal Aliens Over Americans (VIDEO)

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Thursday was grilled on the baby formula shortage created by the Biden Regime.

The largest producer of baby formula was shut down by Biden/Obama for 3 months. . . . Read more about Psaki Grilled on Baby Formula Shortage as Biden Regime Prioritizes Illegal Aliens Over Americans (VIDEO)

Strongest-Ever Assembled Coalition Calls for Immediate Consideration of a Flagship Border Security Bill in the 118th Congress

(May 11, 2022, Washington, D.C.) — A new coalition of groups and former officials are urging Republican leaders to commit to putting a robust border security bill on the floor of both chambers once the 118th Congress begins.
 
The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), along with groups like the Heritage Foundation and NumbersUSA, the border patrol union, and former officials including Chad Wolf, Mark Morgan, and Tom Homan, signed a coalition letter instructing Republican leaders on how to retake control of our border and properly address what is sure to be an electoral mandate. . . .

  Read more about Strongest-Ever Assembled Coalition Calls for Immediate Consideration of a Flagship Border Security Bill in the 118th Congress

Border Patrol Stopped Chilling Number of People on Terrorist Watchlist at Southern Border in 2021

Customs and Border Protection data from last year show that the Border Patrol apprehended at least 23 people at the southern border who are on the U.S. terror watchlist.

Fox News’ Bill Melugin, who obtained the CBP data through a Freedom of Information Act request, reported Monday that between Jan. 20 and Dec. 27, 2021, the names of 23 individuals who attempted to come across the border matched individuals on the Terrorist Screening Database. . . . Read more about Border Patrol Stopped Chilling Number of People on Terrorist Watchlist at Southern Border in 2021

Biden Public Charge Rule Sticks it to American Taxpayers and a Governing Principle that Predates our Republic

In response to a request for public input on how the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) should apply the public charge ground of inadmissibility, the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) submitted a comment yesterday. “Public charge restrictions have been around for over a century and the principle that immigrants be self-sufficient predates our Republic,” said Dan Stein, president of FAIR. “Immigrants must not depend on taxpayer-funded public benefits to meet their needs.” . . . Read more about Biden Public Charge Rule Sticks it to American Taxpayers and a Governing Principle that Predates our Republic

March 2022 Border Numbers Highest in Decades, No End in Sight

Nearly three weeks into April and in the middle of a busy news cycle due to a mask mandate court ruling, the Biden administration quietly released the March 2022 border numbers on April 18. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) revealed that there were 221,303 migrants encountered as they attempted to enter the United States illegally. . . . Read more about March 2022 Border Numbers Highest in Decades, No End in Sight

Youngkin Blocks Deletion of the Term “Alien” From Virginia Law

The Virginia General Assembly recently followed California’s and Colorado’s examples by passing a bill that would delete the term “alien” throughout state law and replace it with a variety of other vague and legally imprecise words.  Unlike the governors of those states, however, Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin (R) has not signed the bill. . . . Read more about Youngkin Blocks Deletion of the Term “Alien” From Virginia Law

Texas-Bound Bus Holding 54 Migrants Stopped at Mexican Border Checkpoint

Mexican authorities stopped a human smuggling attempt featuring a passenger bus to move 54 migrants toward the Texas border.

The case took place over the weekend in Altamira, Tamaulipas, where state police officers had set up a joint checkpoint with federal authorities. . . . Read more about Texas-Bound Bus Holding 54 Migrants Stopped at Mexican Border Checkpoint

Angel Families Speak Out for Remain in Mexico

WASHINGTON—As the Supreme Court contemplates the future of the “Remain in Mexico” policy to regain control of our southern border, one group too often neglected in the immigration debate is finally having its voice heard: Angel families who have lost loved ones to illegal alien crime. . . . Read more about Angel Families Speak Out for Remain in Mexico

Exclusive–Hauman: Get Ready for a Border Surge the Likes of Which Our Country Has Never Seen

Open borders advocates – including those who serve in the Biden administration and on Capitol Hill – have been demanding that President Biden end Title 42 since the day he took office during a full-blown pandemic.Title 42 is a public health provision that was invoked by the Trump administration in 2020 at the onset of the COVID pandemic, allowing for the expedited removal of people crossing our borders illegally. . . .

 

 

 

  Read more about Exclusive–Hauman: Get Ready for a Border Surge the Likes of Which Our Country Has Never Seen

March 2022 Border Numbers Highest in Decades, No End in Sight

Nearly three weeks into April and in the middle of a busy news cycle due to a mask mandate court ruling, the Biden administration quietly released the March 2022 border numbers on April 18. U.S.Customs and Border Protection (CBP) revealed that there were 221,303 migrants encountered as they attempted to enter the United States illegally. . . . Read more about March 2022 Border Numbers Highest in Decades, No End in Sight

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - society