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FAIR Newsletter: House Passes Largest Illegal Alien Amnesty in History

We live in an age of superlatives. Pretty much every time Congress acts, adjectives such as “biggest” or “most expensive” are applied. Therefore, it hardly came as a surprise when the Democratic controlled House of Representatives voted to include the biggest and most expensive illegal alien amnesty in their so-called Build Back Better (BBB) bill (H.R. 5376) – a $1.75 trillion social spending package that, according to Wharton Business School, will actually cost $4.25 trillion. . . . Read more about FAIR Newsletter: House Passes Largest Illegal Alien Amnesty in History

A Note from Medicare Suggests We Should Subsidize Alien Emigration

Warning: the following may sound too autobiographical, and too dark, for some readers but it relates to our migration and social insurance policies.

A note from Medicare arrived in the mail the other day.

It told me that the government had just spent $162,000 or so on replacing my heart pacemaker; its battery was on the verge of dying. Surgery was involved, apparently expensive surgery. . . . Read more about A Note from Medicare Suggests We Should Subsidize Alien Emigration

AP Report: ACLU’s Demand for $450,000 Payouts to Migrants Entices More Crime

Criminals in Central America want a share of the $450,000 payouts demanded by the ACLU for the illegal migrants who left their children behind in the United States, according to an Associated Press report. . . . Read more about AP Report: ACLU’s Demand for $450,000 Payouts to Migrants Entices More Crime

Why Does Immigration Reform Legislation Fail?

Since President Reagan signed into law the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA), five presidents have supported legislation containing an amnesty for a large portion of the illegal immigrant population. All of these pieces of legislation traded amnesty for enforcement, except the most recent, the Biden-Menendez immigration bill (U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021). . . . Read more about Why Does Immigration Reform Legislation Fail?

Exclusive: Rep. Mo Brooks Introduces Measure Allowing Officials to End Settlement of Illegal Aliens in Their States

Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) on Wednesday is introducing a measure designed to “empower” local elected officials, including governors, to refuse the federal government’s attempts to resettle illegal aliens in their communities, citing the Biden administration’s “reckless policies” that have left communities in utter shambles. . . .

 

A Reminder that Afghans Are Using the Border End Run Option

U.S. Border Patrol agents near Calexico, Calif., recently detained an Afghan migrant who crossed from Mexico, according to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection activity log document obtained by the Center for Immigration Studies. . . . Read more about A Reminder that Afghans Are Using the Border End Run Option

Senators Ask Why Mayorkas’ DHS Withheld Visa Overstays, Afghan Evacuee Vetting Reports

Two vital Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reports were not given to the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs (HSGAC) despite being required by law to do so, according to two Republican senators. . . . Read more about Senators Ask Why Mayorkas’ DHS Withheld Visa Overstays, Afghan Evacuee Vetting Reports

Critical race theory takes aim at immigration law; courts wrestle with Hispanic disparity in cases

Forget drugs or fraud. The most common type of case federal prosecutors bring is against illegal immigrants who try to reenter the country after having been ousted — and almost all of those charged are Hispanic.

Now federal courts are grappling with whether that imbalance means the law itself is racist. . . . Read more about Critical race theory takes aim at immigration law; courts wrestle with Hispanic disparity in cases

Critical race theory takes aim at immigration law; courts wrestle with Hispanic disparity in cases

Forget drugs or fraud. The most common type of case federal prosecutors bring is against illegal immigrants who try to reenter the country after having been ousted — and almost all of those charged are Hispanic.

Now federal courts are grappling with whether that imbalance means the law itself is racist. . . . Read more about Critical race theory takes aim at immigration law; courts wrestle with Hispanic disparity in cases

Biden Considering UN-Approved ‘Reception Centers’ for Illegal Migrants

The Washington Post reported this week that the Biden administration is weighing whether to establish “European-style reception centers along the Mexican border that would transform the way asylum seekers are processed”. . . . Read more about Biden Considering UN-Approved ‘Reception Centers’ for Illegal Migrants

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