Immigration

Stories related to immigration reform and immigration amnesty

John McCain: The Muslim Brotherhood’s Senator

“The level of self-deception necessary to misunderstand the Muslim Brotherhood verges on a psychosis," said Newt Gingrich. Yet time and again Senator John McCain has risen to publicly, and on very personal terms, defend Muslim Brotherhood connected individuals from scrutiny of their association with the largest and most dangerous jihadi organization.

The Disingenuous Outrage Over Khan-Gate

Scott Greer, Daily Caller

The Khan affair is another demonstration that the media is deadset against Trump and will blow any story out of proportion in order to gin up resistance to his candidacy. The journalists hyperventilating over Trump’s response to Khan don’t care about Gold Star families or veterans — they just see it as a good opportunity to derail The Donald.

No, the Constitution Does Not Bar ‘Religious Tests’ in Immigration Law

Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review

We should resist a categorical ban on Muslim immigration; but nothing in the Constitution prohibits the commonsense vetting of immigrants for beliefs that are antithetical to our principles, regardless of whether the immigrant perceives such beliefs as religious or political in nature.

Clinton Defends Executive Action on Immigration

Susan Jones, CNS News

Clinton said she hopes Congress will pass immigration reform legislation, but if it doesn't, she will follow President Obama's example and use use prosecutorial discretion to shield large groups of people.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Crooked Hillary brings down the house on the final night of the DNC

Hillary Clinton’s tired speech on the final night of the Democrat National Convention closed out a tumultuous week for the party nominee. Plus, Why undecided voters will eventually choose Donald Trump; #NeverTrump media gets an “A” for their English papers, but what about the election?; Trump admits it’s personal with the non-stop bash fest that was the Democrat convention, and, Is Mitt Romney about to endorse a pro-abortion, pro-marijuana candidate?

Fighting Trump, Dems embrace opposite immigration extreme

W. James Antle III, Washington Examiner

The Republican National Convention featured the family members of Americans of various races and ethnicities who were killed by illegal immigrants. The Democratic National Convention on Monday night had illegal immigrants speaking from the podium.

Forgotten Americans Find Their Champion

Far from being dark or dystopian, we found in Donald Trump’s acceptance speech the first glimmer of hope for the restoration of our country and the real change for which Mr. Viguerie has long campaigned: My message is that things have to change and they have to change right now. Every day I wake up determined to deliver a better life for the people all across this nation that had been ignored, neglected and abandoned.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Turmoil and red meat at the first day of the Republican Convention

The evening program of the first day of the Republican National Convention offered plenty of interest, but the “stars” of the show were not necessarily the ones you would expect. Plus, #NeverTrump wanted convention chaos and in getting it killed necessary reforms of the RNC that conservatives have been working on for years; Ted Cruz will back Trump because everyone will be better off when The Donald wins, and, Beyond Cleveland, Trump is just getting started.