Articles related to: Immigration

DHS makes a major admission on immigration

Sep 30, 2014

Dirt road and fence

The Department of Homeland Security has finally acknowledged[1] – albeit privately – what we’ve known for a long time: people apprehended while entering the United States illegally are not reporting back to court. According to DHS officials, about 70 percent…

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CDC’s Blind Eye to the Border Crisis

Sep 18, 2014

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Take a quick glance at recent headlines, and you’ll realize the latest YouTube sensation isn’t the only thing that’s going viral among children today. With the Enterovirus (EV) D68 spreading like wildfire in 21 states and outbreaks of tuberculosis popping…

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The Persistence of Memory

Sep 15, 2014

Persistence of Memory

President Obama took to the airwaves last week to talk to the nation about what he wants to do about terrorism in Iraq, Syria, and elsewhere in the Middle East and North Africa. While the White House was preparing for…

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The Immigration Shift

Sep 12, 2014

Ford SUV, Border Control

A new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll [1] shows that public opinion on immigration reform that includes a pathway to citizenship has dramatically shifted since last spring.  In April, according to the poll, 64 percent of Americans favored such legislation. This month…

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Moving the Goalposts

Sep 12, 2014

Dirt road and fence

President Obama raised the specter of executive amnesty for illegal immigrants earlier this year, asking his administration for actions he could take before the end of summer. But people started paying attention to the issue and they weren’t happy so…

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