Tag Archives: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Senate Republicans Scramble for Plan B on Immigration

Senate Republicans are scrambling to find an immigration bill that will stick after two big measures were shot down Thursday. The efforts to strike legislation that protects the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients, “Dreamers” while also meeting President Donald Trump’s demands for the wall and border security have been fruitless so far. Continue reading →

Trump lays out immigration deal demands

Friday President Trump said there will be no deal to protect hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants from deportation without funding to build a wall along the US-Mexico border. Continue reading →

Jeff Sessions can’t withhold grant money from sanctuary cities, judge rules

A federal judge in Chicago has ruled Attorney General Jeff Sessions can’t withhold public grant money from so-called sanctuary cities for refusing to follow federal immigration policies. Continue reading →

ICE arrests nearly 450 illegal immigrants in sanctuary city raids

Thursday as part of a massive illegal immigration sweep, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that officials this week arrested nearly 500 illegal immigrants living in sanctuary cities across the country.

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Protesters Demand that Cornell U Provide Funding, Housing to Illegal Immigrants

Here’s another idiot liberal idea folks. What about all those legal students? Liberals want illegals to have it all free and to hell with everyone else. Students and faculty members at Cornell University are demanding that the prestigious Ivy League university provide both housing and sanctuary for illegal immigrants who are enrolled in or work at the school. Continue reading →

Obama claims 2 million deported under his Administration

Obama and his Administration are deporting more than 1,100 aspiring Americans every single day. That’s 1,100 mothers and fathers and hardworking folks who come to the United States because our economy desperately needs them, our businesses aggressively recruit them, and yet our laws have not kept pace with that reality.

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