Hispanic voters support President Trump's new focus on deporting illegal immigrants with criminal records and punishing some 300 cities that grant "sanctuary" to undocumented criminals, according to a new poll. The survey for Secure America Now found that 56 percent of Hispanic voters approve of deporting criminal illegals. Some 31 percent don't.
A lawsuit in Texas explained by the First Lady of the Conservative Movement attorney Phyllis Schlafly puts both anchor babies and Jeb Bush on trial.
“One hears from the ground that the security threats remain significant and that we need adequate manpower, adequate tools to secure our border and protect our nation,” Cruz said, speaking near a border patrol station. “The cartels have manpower along the Rio Grande river, they monitor what’s happening on a real-time basis, and the single best tool is boots on the ground.”
The states challenging Obama’s deportation amnesty have already won the first round in court after the case landed with Judge Andrew S. Hanen, a Bush appointee who issued a scorching rebuke to Homeland Security last year, accusing it of refusing to follow border security laws.
Homeland Security Sect. Jeh Johnson acknowledged that his department still doesn’t have a firm yardstick for determining whether the border is secure, sparking concern from R's who said that’s a fatal flaw as Obama pushes ahead with its amnesty for illegal immigrants.
Behind the scenes, campaigns evaluating the polling are seeing unbelievable numbers on the issue that belie popular narratives about how popular comprehensive immigration reform is. How much longer will Republicans resist the urge to fully embrace the issue?
Republicans across the country are defying the RNC’s post-2012 dictum that GOP candidates must soften their tone on illegal immigration and line up behind comprehensive immigration reform. No surprise -- it's working for them.
At a Town Hall meeting on Thursday, Pres. Obama said it would be political "suicide" for Republicans not to embrace a mass amnesty for millions of illegal aliens. Polls in several key Senate races indicate the president is wrong again.
The messaging war between Republicans trying to nationalize the election and Democrats attempting to localize it has become a central feature of the battle over which party will control the Senate come January.
In state after state, Rove-aligned groups and others perhaps taking their lead from them are spending large volumes of ad dollars that may please big corporate donors, but will most likely not resonate with voters.
RED ALERT: CNN reports a second health care worker at the Dallas hospital where Ebola carrying alien was treated now tests positive for the deadly virus. The Republican Party leadership’s inexplicable refusal to recognize and embrace the common sense concept that border security is national security, especially in the face of the deadly Ebola and Enterovirus 68 epidemics, shows that new leadership in the GOP is necessary and that Ted Cruz is one of the few people on the national scene capable of providing it. Click here to sign our petition urging Ted Cruz to lead the GOP to victory by nationalizing the 2014 election.
Marine Corps Gen. John Kelly, commander of the U.S. Southern Command, warned that if Ebola spreads to Central and South America, it could cause “mass migration into the United States” of those seeking treatment.
The conservative icon says the problem of invasion across our border is no longer just a jobs problem. It's a national security problem, a welfare problem, a public school problem and a dangerous disease problem.
CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie has urged to conservatives to take the lead in nationalizing the 2014 election. Here's one practical step you can take TODAY to join that effort. Read this article, and then contact Arkansas Republican Senate candidate Tom Cotton through our “contact the Republican candidates” page and tell Tom Cotton you want to hear him draw a sharp contrast with his opponent and come out strongly against the Obama policies that have allowed Ebola, whooping cough and Enterovirus 68 into America.
Mark Levin blasted the CDC director for promising to stop the spread of ebola in the U.S., saying, "How can [he] say that it will stop here when our borders are not secure, when we are eliminating 'profiling.' He can't guarantee anything."
Republican Senate candidates following the national GOP’s “prevent defense” strategy have been strangely silent on the winning issue of "security." Here's how you can help push the GOP into campaigning on this winning issue and advance important conservative policy goals in the process.
Supposedly-conservative Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer said that he would legalize 11 million illegal immigrants currently in the United States in exchange for enhanced border security.
Far from listening to and acting on conservative concerns about their border package, what we’re hearing is a plan by the House GOP leadership to continue to browbeat reluctant Members, or if necessary just plain lie, to get the votes for their original bill. UPDATED: In unprecedented win for grassroots, late Friday the House passed conservative border bills.
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