Immigration

Stories related to immigration reform and immigration amnesty

We’re nowhere near a solution to the immigration crisis

Michael Goodwin, New York Post

Failure to stop the flow of illegal aliens guarantees that disputes over what to do about those already in America will divide our nation for another generation at least. The net effect of inaction is that the far-left radicals who believe compassion requires America to have virtually open borders are winning. They demonize all restrictions as racist and xenophobic, and will never be satisfied until all distinctions between legal and illegal immigrants are erased. Nobody should be fooled into thinking we are anywhere near a solution to the immigration crisis.

Why returning ISIS brides are not welcome

Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

If we insist that women are treated like the full and complete human beings we are, we can’t suddenly revert to insisting we shouldn’t be held responsible when having made horrific, murderous decisions. These women are, in fact, illustrating what the Western world insists on all the time: Women are capable of everything men are, from the heroic to evil. My argument throughout the current debate in the Western world about the impact of sexual violence and sexual harassment on women’s lives is that society shouldn’t automatically believe women, but we should take them seriously.

Blame Congress for Trump’s Immigration Power Grab

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

High among the reasons Trump was elected was that, for all his flaws and failings, he was seen as a doer, a man who "gets things done." And high among the reasons that autocrats are on the rise is that the centrist parties being shoved aside are perceived as having failed the people in their most basic demands — fewer migrants, more secure borders, preservation of national identity, putting their own people and their country own first. Whatever may be said of the autocrats, they are not talkers but doers. They act.

The Shutdown and the Border Openers

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

The media will tell you it's ridiculous for Trump to tweet that "radical Democrats" are taking over their party; that they are not interested in policing the border; that they want open borders; and that they are so radical they don't want anyone to talk about MS-13 or other groups of violent criminal immigrants. But the truth remains and confirms all these statements. This is why they hate conservative media outlets: They can't win policy arguments by relentlessly demonizing the other side as inhumane racists.

Can moderate Dems talk Pelosi out of her extreme position in the border negotiations?

Byron York, Washington Examiner

As things stand now, a House and Senate conference committee is the only hope that Democrats and Republicans can reach agreement on border security and avoid another government shutdown. The negotiations — such as they are, for a committee that has met briefly only once in more than a week — are ostensibly between Republicans and Democrats. But well-informed Republicans believe it is another set of talks — internal talks among Democrats — that will determine whether the committee succeeds and a shutdown is averted.

Irrational Dems stand in way of immigration compromise

Senator Rick Scott, Washington Post

I've been a U.S. senator for three weeks now, and I can tell you that reports of hate and incompetence in Washington are severely understated. Things are actually much worse than they appear. Securing our borders with a physical barriers is not a partisan issue, it's a common-sense issue. Likewise, once we agree to secure our borders, it is only common sense to deal fairly and justly with the dreamers. There is only one thing standing in the way of this common-sense solution for America: Irrational and clouded thinking motivated by hate from Democratic leaders in Washington.

Politics of Immigration

Walter E. Williams, Townhall

Tucker Carlson has a four-part explanation for the Democratic Party's changing position on illegal immigration. He says, "One: According to a recent study from Yale, there are at least 22 million illegal immigrants living in the United States. Two: Democrats plan to give all of them citizenship. Read the Democrats' 2016 party platform. Three: Studies show the overwhelming majority of first-time immigrant voters vote Democrat. Four: The biggest landslide in American presidential history was only 17 million votes. Do the math. The payoff for Democrats: permanent electoral majority for the foreseeable future. In a word: power."

Give Thanks For Ron DeSantis And Rick Scott

The aim of Steyer, Soros and their network of Far-Left megadonors wasn’t just electing another progressive governor, it was putting Florida out of reach of Republican presidential candidates forever. Thanks to Ron DeSantis and Rick Scott that didn’t happen, and the Democrats’ well-planned election fraud was stymied and turned over to federal authorities for criminal investigation.

Conservative Issues Nationalized the Election

Yesterday, ConservativeHQ.com Chairman Richard A. Viguerie hosted a news conference with conservative leaders to analyze the results of the 2018 midterms and to offer a roadmap for Republicans to return to the majority in the U.S. House of Representatives.

2018 House Election Results: Clearing Out The Dead Wood

As CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie observed in his book TAKEOVER, those of us who have been around the conservative movement for many years don’t root for Republicans to lose, but we understand history well enough not to fear defeat because when the Republican establishment fails, conservatism advances.

Voters Reject Paul Ryan’s Failed House Leadership

The lesson of the 2018 midterm election for House Republicans should be clear – seat-by-seat you can look at yesterday's results and see how leadership failures cost Republican seats in the House. It is time for new conservative leadership in the House, especially now that the Party is in the minority.

Results For Our Six Bellweather House Races

In four of our six bellweather races the Republican lost. Every Republican, even the two incumbents who won, was outspent, some by more than 2 to 1. However, none of the Democrat wins were landslides indicative of a “Blue Wave" against President Trump, rather they showed a complete failure of leadership on the part of House Republicans.

Today’s Two Most Important State Races For Conservatives

With the radical progressive Left poised to continue Obama’s program of fundamentally changing America every election for every office on the ballot is important, but Ron DeSantis running for Governor of Florida and Adam Paul Laxalt running for Governor of Nevada stand out as important firebreaks against the advance of socialism.

See The Conservative Election Ads And Videos The Leftist Media Wants To Block

The MRC has documented how the Leftwing media has gone all out this election cycle to block or ban conservative political content. To get around this unseen election interference ConservativeHQ.com has collected some of the best and most hard-hitting videos from conservative organizations, news sources, Republican candidates and internet citizen journalists.

Closing Argument: Six Key U.S. House Races For Conservatives

If Republicans are to keep the House majority conservatives must show up tomorrow and vote. These six candidates may be the keys to determining the House majority: Rep. Dave Brat – Virginia 7, Rep. Rod Blum – Iowa 1, Ted Budd – North Carolina 13, Scott Perry – Pennsylvania 10, Maria Elvira Salazar – Florida 27, Wendy Rogers – Arizona 1. The alternative to not voting is Speaker Pelosi, the end of the Trump economic miracle and the rest of our conservative successes in Congress.

Democrats Running Because They Hate You

We’ve found a frightening intersection between the astonishing statements by Democratic candidates and campaign operatives revealed in James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas undercover videos and the conclusions of Prof. Angelo Codevilla’s recent essay “Our Revolution’s Logic” that we told you about in our article “Revolutionary Logic.”

Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum’s Campaign: 'It’s a cracker state.'

Our friend James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas Action has struck again, this time catching the campaign of Andrew Gillum, the Democratic candidate for Governor of Florida trashing the state and white voters: Florida “is a f***ed up ass state" and “It’s a cracker state,” said campaign aide Omar Smith, Gillum's former college roommate.

Big Tech Election Meddling: Censoring Conservatives Right Before Election Day

Conservatives like Laura Loomer, John Guandolo and LifeSiteNews.com are being silenced and censored by Big Tech. As Ms. Loomer said, "There is nowhere for Conservatives to go. We are being banned online in the middle of the midterm elections simply because we are conservative. Put simply, this is ELECTION MEDDLING."

Revolutionary Logic

In an essay “Our Revolution’s Logic” that should be a wake-up call to every conservative in America Prof. Angelo Codevilla applies the "logic of revolution" to the escalating “Resistance” to the results of the 2016 election and says its sentiments’ spiraling volume and intensity have eliminated any possibility of “stepping back.”