Monthly Archives: October, 2018
Federal statistics say a recent explosion in asylum requests from immigrants facing deportation has overwhelmed U.S. courts and denial of the requests does little to keep illegal immigrants out.
President Trump said in a newly released interview he plans to sign an executive order ending so-called “birthright citizenship” for babies of non-citizens born on U.S. soil — a move that would mark a major overhaul of immigration policy and trigger an almost-certain legal battle.
College students anyway, are dumber than hell. Campus Reform asked college students what they think of the migrant caravan making its way from Central America to the U.S. border.
An ongoing FBI probe is causing problems for Tallahassee Democratic Mayor Andrew Gillum. The possible corruption in Tallahassee continues to cause headaches for his campaign just a week before the midterm elections – while fueling a fiery war of words between him and President Trump.
Monday President Donald Trump continued his attacks on the media in the wake of the massacre at a Pittsburgh synagogue and the arrest of a man suspected of sending pipe bombs to several key Democrats, blaming the “fake news media” for the nation’s anger and calling the media the “true enemy of the people.”
There was a new addition to a weekend rally for the Arizona Senate campaign of Republican Rep. Martha McSally: signs that read “AZ isn’t crazy, voting Democrat is!”
Al Sharpton said President Trump’s Young Black Leadership Summit was “shameful,” and he accused the president of “using” young African-American conservatives as “props.”
San Francisco has spent $310,000 on a new registration system aimed at getting non-citizens to cast votes in school board elections. But the plan only had 49 new voters signing up. This cost the city $6,326 for each illegal who is allowed to vote.
The government will set a new Budget if it is unable to reach a Brexit deal with the EU, the chancellor has said. Philip Hammond said a no-deal Brexit would require a “different response”, with “fiscal buffers” being maintained to provide support for the economy.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul is intent on blocking a $110 billion arms sale with Saudi Arabia, which he labeled as a sponsor of terrorism during a Montana rally with Donald Trump Jr. on Saturday.