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It’s The Democrats Who Refuse To Compromise On The Wall

Where’s the avenue for compromise? It might be for the President to take less than the asked for $5 billion, or it might be for Democrats to ask for something else to sweeten the deal. But none of these compromises are available because Democrats have remained committed to blocking any funding for the wall in their drive to make Donald Trump a one-term President.

Mr. President, Veto McConnell’s Sellout On The Wall

Does McConnell think that Republicans will be in a stronger position to fund the wall in February than they are right now? Having control of the House Democrats will also control a host of procedural tools they can use to erect barriers to the President’s plans to build the wall. Democrats will be in a vastly stronger position to thwart the President in February than they are today.

Democrats’ Disgusting Hypocrisy On The Wall And Border Security

The Democrats’ ever shifting positions on border security and opposition to funding for the border security Wall President Trump promised to build has nothing to do with disagreement on the effectiveness of walls at borders, rather it is a despicable exercise in political hypocrisy in which the only constant is opposition to whatever position President Trump has taken.

Trump Picks The Right Fight With Pelosi And Schumer

Yesterday's meeting between President Trump and Democratic leaders Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Charles Schumer proved that Trump took away the most important lesson from the funeral of the late George H.W. Bush – failing to fight for your political promises is a guaranteed way to be a one term president. Trump has chosen the right fight to have with the Democrats, and the right time to have it.

Will The Lame Duck Produce A Lame Immigration Bill?

We urge CHQ readers and friends to contact their Senators and Representatives today to tell them not to waste the Lame Duck. This is the last opportunity Republicans have to fund the Wall before radical Far-Left Democrats takeover the House and impose gridlock on President Trump’s conservative agenda. The toll-free Capitol Switchboard is (1-866-220-0044) call TODAY.

Migrant caravans and the American taxpayer

Ned Ryun, Fox News

Why, exactly, is it humane to demand that American taxpayers pay for the costs of those coming in illegally? Why is it humane to demand that our children bear the cost of the impending economic disaster that our current quasi-open borders and essentially open social welfare systems will bring about? What about the humanity of our American veterans who sacrificed in defense of our country? Why should we be spending tax dollars on illegal immigrants for “humanity’s sake” when many of our veterans are not given the care, and even respect, they are due?

Migrant melee shows why we need a strong border

Michael Goodwin, New York Post

The waves of desperate migrants and the “El Chapo” operation that is said to have brought drugs and death into the United States are two sides of the same problem: our Swiss-cheese border with Mexico. Both the physical barriers and our laws have too many holes in them, and Americans are paying a steep price on many fronts. Against that hellish reality, and not to mention the threat of international terrorists coming through Mexico, a strong southern border is not just an option. It is essential if America is to remain a safe haven from the violence and mayhem engulfing our neighbors.

Trump's Crucial Test at San Ysidro

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

Immigration, race, culture, the economy and education appear to be the agenda Americans want addressed in 2020. What does this portend? Mass migration from the Third World has not only been the major progenitor and propellant of the right-wing populism that is raging across Europe, it also played an indispensable role in defeating her and electing Donald Trump. And if the Democratic Party and its presidential candidates in 2020 are seen as abolish-ICE, pro-amnesty, open borders liberals, they will pull their party out of the mainstream of this nation on the most divisive issue of our time — the Third World invasion of the West.

Trump’s critics were dead wrong about the caravan after all

Rich Lowry, New York Post

It was conventional wisdom in the press that the caravan was a concoction of Trump’s fevered imagination. It would soon dissipate and, even if not, take months to reach the US. If any significant portion of the caravan gains entry, it will send a message that large-scale movements of people are better than small groups. This could lead to even more pressure at the border — no matter how much it will be dismissed by the same people who insisted the caravan would never arrive at the border.

Go Big Mr. President: Close The Southern Border

We applaud President Trump’s commitment to securing our southern border and urge the President to go big and close the entire border to assure that this well-planned invasion does not succeed. We urge all CHQ readers and friends to call the White House (202-456-1111) to let President Trump know you are with him on border security.

Trump To Issue Orders To Stop Phony Asylum Claims

We have word from the White House that, perhaps as early as today, President Trump will take action to ensure asylum is not a free pass to cross our borders illegally. We applaud President Trump’s decision to use the authorities granted to him by the Immigration and Nationality Act to end the gaming of our dysfunctional immigration system.