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President Barack Obama has taken to the campaign trail with gusto, doing everything he can to elect the woman he beat so handily in the 2008 presidential election. In a speech in Jacksonville (FL) on Thursday the president, who attended … Continue reading
The Dept. of Homeland Security is making news today because a key report on border security is being withheld from the public. The report is not classified. Meanwhile, in a US House hearing on homeland security, a Plan of Action … Continue reading
How much do you know about the Dept. of Homeland Security? Probably not a lot. Did you know you can sign up for alerts and other information? Did you know it is one of the most powerful entities in the … Continue reading
The United States loves to import products and workers, but news is finally surfacing about something else we are importing—criminals. Worse, we’re freeing them in our communities.
The Dept. of Homeland Security continues to be muddled in controversy, with the latest incident linked to an alleged ‘Hands-Off’ list for individuals suspected of terrorist ties. Judicial Watch is suing the DHS Office of Inspector General in an effort … Continue reading
Commentary by Kay B. Day Anyone who researches and tracks the issue politicians improperly call “immigration” comes to a conclusion quickly. The federal bureaucracy is mired in corruption, incompetence, and political cronyism. Most of the failure is top down. I … Continue reading
Dept. of Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson testified before the House Committee on Homeland Security about President Barack Obama’s controversial changes to immigration law. The takeaway from that testimony isn’t that the law needs to be changed, it simply needs … Continue reading