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House to Vote on 2 Bills That Provide Citizenship Path to Illegal Immigrants

The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives is set to vote on Thursday on two immigration bills that would provide a citizenship path for illegal immigrants, and legal status for immigrant farmworkers. House Democratic Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) told reporters that the House would take up the two immigration bills on Thursday after they cleared a procedural hurdle on Tuesday.

Cartels Use Wristbands to Track Human Smuggling Over Border

McALLEN, Texas—Illegal border-crossers are coming into the United States wearing wristbands that relate to the smuggling organization or cartel that they paid to cross the river, according to new reports and confirmation by Border Patrol agents. The wristbands have been spotted on illegal immigrants in the Rio Grande Valley in south Texas, as well as

Georgia Judge Might Unseal Fulton County Absentee Ballots for Fraud Investigation

A judge in Georgia might unseal absentee ballots in the state’s Fulton County so a government watchdog can investigate voter fraud allegations. Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero said he is inclined to order the ballots unsealed and reviewed by experts hired by Garland Favorito, an advocate of voting integrity, according to a report from the

Jared Kushner Breaks Silence After Leaving White House

Former senior White House adviser Jared Kushner has made his first public remarks since departing the White House earlier this year, penning an op-ed about the opportunity for peace in the Middle East. The opinion article titled “Opportunity Beckons in the Mideast” published in The Wall Street Journal on Sunday, Kushner argues that the Biden administration would be mistaken not

Marine Corps Account Says It ‘Messed Up’ in Response to Fox’s Carlson

A U.S. Marine Corps unit’s Twitter account says it “messed up” in its comments while responding to Fox News host Tucker Carlson as part of a debate over his commentary about social justice initiatives in the U.S. Armed Forces. The official account for the II Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group used a pejorative on social media in responding

US Border Patrol Arrests 22 Wanted Fugitives at Texas Ports of Entry

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) over the past week arrested a total of 22 wanted fugitives at various entry points along the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas. Among them was a person who was wanted for injury to a child charges, and another person who was wanted for assault on a family member. All of those arrested were turned

Biden Admin Sends FEMA to Border Amid Influx of Unaccompanied Children

The Biden administration on Saturday announced that it has directed the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to the U.S. southwest border in response to the arrival of “record numbers” of illegal immigrants, including unaccompanied children. The emergency management agency will support the federal government over the next 90 days to receive, shelter, and transfer unaccompanied children

Hollywood Executive: From ‘Feeding the Dragon’ to Waking People Up

Chris Fenton, long-time Hollywood executive and author of the book “Feeding the Dragon,” said on Tuesday that Hollywood has been making the Chinese communist regime so strong that it’s now out of control. “It wasn’t until many years later that I realized, not only were we feeding the dragon, which is China, too much, but we

West Must Stop Ceding Strategic Initiative to China, Russia: UK Commander

The UK and the West in general may be forced to capitulate “without a shot being fired” if they continue “ceding the strategic initiative” to rivals such as China and Russia, a senior British military commander has said. “While we drained our strength in interventions like Iraq, others used the time and space to further

11 States File Motion to Revive Fight for Trump’s ‘Public Charge’ Immigration Rule

Eleven states filed a motion challenging the White House’s move to rescind a Trump-era policy that seeks to ensure that immigrants can financially support themselves in order to become American citizens or obtain permanent residency. The motion, led by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, is part of a lawsuit that his office filed on Feb. 3 against a recent immigration policy

Key Things You Need to Know About HR 1, the For the People Act of 2021

On March 3, the Democrat-led House passed H.R. 1, the For the People Act of 2021, which was introduced by Rep. John Sarbanes (D-Md.). The election reform package, if passed by the Senate, would transfer authority over how elections are administered from states to the federal government and make permanent many voting rules that opponents

5 People Charged With Voter Fraud in Illinois: DA’s Office

Five people are being accused of various election fraud-related cases during the Nov. 3, 2020, election, according to the DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office in Illinois. The state attorney’s office said the charges stem from investigations into 32 cases of alleged election fraud, adding that most of the cases have been closed without investigation. However, the

90,000 Ballots in Largest Nevada County Sent to Wrong Addresses, Bounced Back: Report

More than 90,000 ballots mailed to registered voters in Nevada’s largest county were returned undeliverable, according to an analysis of election data by a conservative legal group. Clark County, which includes the Las Vegas metro area, made the extraordinary move to mail ballots before the November general election to all the nearly 1.3 million active

Florida AG to Take Legal Action Against Biden Admin for Releasing Dangerous Criminal Aliens

On Tuesday, Ashley Moody, the Attorney General of Florida said that she is taking legal action against the Biden administration because of their “egregious” immigration regulations, which she says go against federal law. “I’ve been speaking for weeks now and alerting Americans to the fact that this administration is thumbing its nose to its responsibilities

FBI Releases Unseen Footage of Suspect Planting Pipe Bombs Before Capitol Breach

The FBI on Tuesday released new footage that allegedly shows the individual suspected of placing two pipe bombs in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C., on Jan. 5, the evening before the breach of the U.S. Capitol building. The discovery of the two devices at the Republican committee headquarters and the Democratic National Committee headquarters triggered Congressional evacuations after midday

Illegal Border Crossings Hit More Than 101,500 in February

McALLEN, Texas—As President Joe Biden rolled back several existing border initiatives, the number of people crossing illegally into the United States skyrocketed. In February—despite a week of freezing weather—Border Patrol apprehended 101,535 illegal border crossers along the southern border, according to Jaeson Jones, a former Texas Department of Public Safety captain. Another 26,000 people evaded

Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Trump’s Last Remaining Election Challenge

The Supreme Court on March 8 dismissed former President Donald Trump’s final remaining challenge to the 2020 presidential election results, a lawsuit challenging the results in the state of Wisconsin. At the same time, the high court also declined to hear an emergency petition for mandamus brought by pro-Trump lawyer L. Lin Wood, who, on

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