Posts Tagged: Immigration

MYSTERY: Awan Brothers Court Date Disappears From Calendar After Being Postponed Twice

Published by: Gateway Pundit Authored by:  Joshua Caplan Another day, another plot twist to the ‘Awan Brothers,’ story. Daily Caller reporter Luke Rosiak discovered Thursday that the Awan brothers’ next court date, scheduled for January 8th, 2018, disappeared from the calendar.  “Strange: The next #AwanBrothers court date was supposed to be January 8 (after being… Read more »

High Cost Of Mass Immigration Forces Sweden To Raise Retirement Age

Published by American Lookout  Written by Lisa Payne-Naeger This should be a lesson for all Americans to learn. The insane immigration policies across the world have caused havoc in so many countries, and now the people of Sweden will be much older before they reach retirement age. Breitbart reports: The increasing costs of population growth in… Read more »

Trump’s Immigration Policies Are Working

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 immigrant workers… Read more »

Family of Port Authority Bomber Issues Statement BLASTING Law Enforcement

On Monday morning, Port Authority bomber Akayed Ullah, a 27-year-old Bangladeshi immigrant, injured multiple people after prematurely detonating a homemade explosive device. Ullah carried out the ‘ISIS-style,’ attack using Velcro-like fasteners and zip ties made from a pipe, say NYPD.  Council on American-Islamic Relations’ legal director, Albert Fox Cahn, issued an outrageous statement on behalf of Ullah’s… Read more »

America’s Farmers Don’t Depend On Illegal Immigration

Liberals frame the debate over illegal immigration as a dilemma: either America grants amnesty to aliens or the economy will collapse.  Some even imply that Americans will starve to death because of higher food prices – who will pick America’s fruits and veggies if not illegals? Bruce Goldstein, president of a nonprofit called Farmworker Justice,… Read more »

DOJ Unseals Arrest Warrant For Jose Garcia Zarate

  The Department of Justice unsealed an arrest warrant Friday for Jose Garcia Zarate for a supervised release violation. The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas unsealed the warrant after a San Francisco jury handed down a not guilty verdict to Zarate in the murder trial of Kate Steinle. The decision came as… Read more »

ICE Arrests 42 Criminal Aliens Released by Sanctuary New York

  Immigration officers based in New York City arrested 42 criminal aliens released by sanctuary jurisdictions. Thirteen other foreign nationals were also arrested as part of a six-day targeted operation carried out by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations officers began the operation on November 13 and concluded it shortly before… Read more »

Japan Confirms its Policy of Minimal Immigration to Defend Culture

  Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, told his parliament last week that he has “no intention” of accepting more migrants despite pressure from the UN Refugee Agency. During a debate in Japan’s parliament, Mr. Abe argued that accepting foreign workers should is justifiable only where they are truly needed to “keep Japan’s economy and infrastructure… Read more »

Trump Still Causing Fear Among Immigrants

The Boston Globe is still fearmongering over President Donald Trump’s policy ideas on immigration with another in a series of articles designed to create fear among the nation’s immigrants. The paper writes of immigrants who claim they fear their neighbors or fear leaving their homes because of Trump’s immigration crackdown. “The paralyzing dread of deportation that [immigrants feel],” the… Read more »

DHS Puts End to Temporary Residency Program for Haitians

A temporary program that allowed nearly 59,000 Haitians to live and work in the United States will end in 2019, the Department of Homeland Security announced Monday. The administration determined conditions have improved significantly nine years after a massive earthquake devastated the Caribbean island. “Based on all available information, including recommendations received as part of… Read more »