Immigration enforcement

The GOP Risks Being Outmaneuvered on the DREAM Act

Fred Bauer, National Review

If Republicans pass the DREAM Act without winning any substantial reforms to the enforcement or legal-immigration systems, they will have done more to advance immigration maximalism — and create incentives for future illegal immigration — than Democrats did during their 2009–10 apogee. They will have ended up ratifying, rather than correcting, Barack Obama’s vision for immigration.

Damning Report: Estimated Apprehension Rate on Southern Border Only 54%

Mark Krikorian, CNS News

For 2015, the estimated apprehension rate of illegal aliens between ports of entry on the southern border is only 54 percent. The report finds that although there has been a steep fall in total illegal entries over the past 15 years, there has not been a steep rise in the probability of apprehension over the same time period.

Obama Announces Less Immigration Enforcement: GOP Congress Yawns

Where is the Republican held House of Representatives on Obama’s plan to further ignore, lessen enforcement even more or whatever you call Obama’s willful refusal to faithfully execute the Nation's immigration laws? MIA or in the pocket of the cheap labor wing of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, that's where.