Wages Are Not to Blame for Inflation

By Lisa Irving, March 8, 2022 The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported last week that jobs rose by 678,000 and unemployment fell to 3.8% in February. Many in the media pounced on these numbers, predicting that the labor market will return to pre-pandemic levels this summer. A troubling aspect of the report, however, is how wages were…

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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Immigration Rulings

By FAIR, March 7, 2022 Background President Joe Biden nominated federal appeals court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court in late February, beginning the confirmation process to serve on the country’s highest court. While Judge Jackson has a limited tenure as a federal judge, with seven years on the U.S. District Court for the District of…

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Children Suffering at the Border

By George Rodriguez, March 4, 2022 Del Rio Border Patrol Sector found this child alone (age estimate of four years old) around midnight on Monday, February 28. A hard sight to see… This child was found by Eagle Pass agents around midnight, with temperatures in the low 30's. Thanks to the dedication and compassion of our agents,…

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Amidst the Russia-Ukraine War, How About Our Borders?

By Allan Wall, March 3, 2022 The tragedy of the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine continues to dominate the media, and it’s not hard to understand why. It’s an old-fashioned conventional land war on the European continent, pitting the world’s biggest country against a country which has only been independent for three decades, yet continues…

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DoD Watchdog Issues Chilling Indictment of Afghan Vetting

By Andrew R. Arthur, March 1, 2022 On February 15, the Department of Defense (DoD) Inspector General’s (IG’s) Office issued its “Evaluation of the Screening of Displaced Persons from Afghanistan”, detailing the IG’s assessment of the Biden administration’s effort to screen, vet, and transport tens of thousands of Afghan nationals to the United States during and…

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It Pays to be Illegal in California

By Ira Mehlman, February 28, 2022 It certainly is a good time to be an illegal alien in California. Democratic State Sen. Ricardo Lara last week pitched a bill to permit illegal immigrants to serve on all state and local boards and commissions. This week, lawmakers unveiled a $1 billion health care plan that would…

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Democrat Reign of Terror Began With Immigration Policy

By Rob Schilling, February 26, 2022 In this exclusive Schilling Show Unleashed Podcast interview, Michael Cutler, retired Senior Special Agent of the former Immigration and Naturalization Service, discusses the Democrats’ reign of terror and its origin in immigration policy. We cover the dangers of terror sleeper cells in America, our duplicitous lack of interior immigration…

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