Update: Puerto Rico Congressional Statehood Bill

By Stephen Guschov, June 24, 2021 The Puerto Rico Statehood Admission Act has been filed in both the U.S. Senate (S.780) and the U.S. House of Representatives (H.R.1522). However, the bill has not gained much traction to date in Congress. In the U.S. Senate, for example, the bill has only picked up three cosponsors to…

Details

Will Texas’ Plan to Control the Border Work?

By Allan Wall, June 23, 2021 The Biden administration has upended Trump’s previous progress made on border security and shows no sign of reversing its policy. Vice-President Kamala Harris is being criticized by some for not visiting the border. Maybe that’s a useful political ploy but, frankly, I don’t think it makes a whit of…

Details

Biden Turns His Back on American Crime Victims

By Dave Gibson, June 16, 2021 On Friday, the Biden administration announced that they were closing the Victims Of Immigration Crime Engagement Office (VOICE). The office was created by President Donald Trump in January 2017, to assist victims of crimes perpetrated by criminal aliens, often by providing detention status of those who had harmed them…

Details

Remembering Dustin Inman and His Parents

By D.A. King, June 16, 2021 Today is the 21st anniversary of the day Dustin Inman was killed by an illegal alien on Father’s Day weekend, 2000. Dustin is forever sixteen. Like the thousands of other Americans who have lost their lives because we do not enforce our immigration laws, his death was fully preventable.…

Details