Category Archive: 'National Security & Immigration'

WSJ’s Kim Strassel: the Russia-Trump Collusion Story

“The notion of the federal government surveilling average U.S. folk is anathema to us, and for very good reason.”

Latest Data Show There IS a Southern Border Crisis

At this pace, FY2019 will become the worst year for illegal entry attempts in the last 6 years.

Will 18-Year-Old Women be Forced to Register for the Draft?

Court rules “Selective Service System violates the Constitution by requiring only men to register for the draft.”

Stand Strong: Barrier the Border to Reopen the Government

The wealthy “don’t build walls [around their homes] because they hate the people on the outside but because they love the people on the inside.”

The Country Agrees on Immigration, so Why Won’t Congress Act?

Clearly a strong, solid majority of American voters want Congress to fix the immigration mess. Why is Congress dragging its feet?

President Considering Executive Order Redefining ‘Birthright Citizenship’

Many constitutional scholars believe the President’s executive order will force a long-overdue court review of birthright citizenship.

Trump Administration’s 500-Day Achievements

The President deserves credit for following through on so many of his promises.

Ambassador Nikki Haley’s Instrumental Role in the Singapore Summit

Her strong leadership paved the way.

Legal Immigrants Fight Against Sanctuaries for Illegals

The liberal stronghold of Howard Co, MD, never expected such “stout opposition” from legal immigrants.

Immigrating to America is Not an Entitlement

Ying Ma, an immigrant from China, discusses current and proposed U.S. immigration policy.

SCOTUS Cases to Watch in 2018

Legal analysts discuss upcoming SCOTUS cases to watch.

DACA Children and American Compassion

How does a nation founded on the Rule of Law respond compassionately to innocent children brought to and living illegally in the country?

National Security in the Information Age

Katharine Gorka discusses how new media has transformed warfare.

RAISE the Immigration Bar

The RAISE Act would reform legal immigration to bring better educated, higher skilled, English proficient immigrants to the US.