Immigration

Stories related to immigration reform and immigration amnesty

Attorney General Loretta Lynch And The Suicidal Demand For “Tolerance” Of Islam

Attorney General Loretta Lynch chose a very bizarre place to deliver the message of “tolerance” for Islam, the anti-constitutional movement for world domination that masquerades as a religion, because the All Dulles Area Muslim Society is one of the epicenters of Islam’s attack on America.

Labor secretary pick seen as anti-Trump on immigration

W. James Antle III, Washington Examiner

Andrew Puzder's nomination plays into immigration hawks' fears, even though Trump just this week publicly reaffirmed his support for key restrictionist positions, including cutting legal immigration to "hundreds of thousands" per year from the current 1 million or more.

Will GOP Congress Stop Obama’s Final Terrorist “Refugee” Deal?

We urge CHQ readers to call Congress (the Capitol Switchboard is 1-866-220-0044) to tell your Senators and Representative to oppose funding Obama’s plan to import more jihad to America through the “refugee” resettlement program.

The Moral Case For Trump's "America First" Agenda

Memo to the rest of the planet: Stop panicking over the victory of Donald Trump.  His “America First” agenda is not about abandoning the free world.  If anything, it is about saving the free world—from itself.

In Defense of Steve Bannon and Relevant Conservatism

Driving Steve Bannon from public life is the endgame of the Left, and some in the Republican establishment, because he’s made conservatism again relevant to the concerns of working America, exposed the lies and smug elitism of the ruling class and in the process built a winning coalition to strip them of power.

How the Elites Blew Up the World

Laura Ingraham, Lifezette

Four years from now, if Hillary is president, the United States will be weaker, China will be stronger, Russia will be more dangerous, terrorists will be more emboldened, the Middle East will be more unstable, and conditions in Europe will be worse than they are now. We already know that our current policies lead to these results. Why would we want to let things worsen for four more years?