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What The Supreme Court Said And Didn’t Say About The Travel Ban

The majority of the Supreme Court rejected the claim that Trump's Executive Order illegally discriminated against Muslims, concurring with Chief Justice John Roberts that, “The sole prerequisite set forth in federal law is that the president find that the entry of the covered aliens would be detrimental to the interests of the United States. The president has undoubtedly fulfilled that requirement here.”

An America First immigration policy

Stephen Moore, Washington Times

Immigrants who need financial assistance should get it from their sponsors, churches, charities or relatives, not American taxpayers. We need E-verify not at workplaces, but in welfare offices. Immigrants who do go on welfare should have their visas suspended. Under the right conditions, it’s hard to imagine that millions of bright, hard working and freedom-seeking immigrants would not want to come to the United States. The most valuable asset in the world is a U.S. Passport and we should stop giving it away for free.

Rick Santorum’s Bizarre and Hypocritical Endorsement of Marco Rubio

Rick Santorum attempted to present himself as an advocate for the all but forgotten interests of America’s working men and women, yet when Santorum exited the campaign he hypocritically chose to endorse Senator Marco Rubio – the leading advocate of open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens; the very policies that Santorum campaigned against.

How the Republican Congress Expanded Guest-Worker Immigration

Elaina Plott, National Review

Even without support from many of the measure’s most avid backers, however, the omnibus passed, and the H-2B expansion along with it — leaving a bad taste in the mouths of immigration hawks who are vowing to learn from the loss.

Zuckerberg's Immigration Push Hits Brick Wall

Jessica Meyers, Politico

Facebook's Zuckerberg's FWD.us is running into the brick wall of polarization. FWD.us’ registered lobbying efforts total $780,000, a reflection of not only its political nonprofit status but its focus on popular appeal over policy details.

Obama Using Pen to Override Congress in Push for Amnesty

Benjamin Goad, The Hill

The administration has moved via executive branch authority on numerous fronts in recent days to improve access to education for illegal immigrants and loosen visa restrictions for some foreign workers.

Zuckerberg's Pro-Amnesty Group Pressuring IL GOP Lawmakers

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg's FWD.us, which was formed to lobby Congress to pass amnesty legislation, sent a letter signed by 100 Chicago high-tech execs to the IL GOP congressional delegation calling for immigration reform legislation that would increase high-tech visas.