Associated Press by John Binder28 Apr 20180 28 Apr, 201828 Apr, 2018 During a campaign rally in Michigan on Saturday, President Trump pushed for more foreign workers to be imported to the United States to work blue collar jobs. As Breitbart News reports, Trump said: And for the farmers, okay, it’s going to get good.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is quickly building a legal wall to block asylum claims by economic migrants in the so-called “caravan” which has traveled from Honduras to Texas. “These individuals—and their smugglers—ignored the willingness of the Mexican government to allow them to stay in Mexico,” Sessions said in a Monday statement, adding: This is a
The Pentagon announced on Thursday it was standing up a new cell to support President Trump’s activation of National Guard troops along the U.S. border with Mexico. “This is not business as usual. The cell will last for the foreseeable future to make sure we surge our capacity to meet the president’s enhanced border security
Omar Torres/AFP/Getty by John Binder2 Apr 2018Washington, D.C.0 2 Apr, 20182 Apr, 2018 Since the beginning of Fiscal Year 2018, there have been more than 13,000 Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) released and resettled across the United States. A new report by the Administration for Children and Families reveals that in February 2018, nearly 3,000 UACs have
John Hanna/AP by John Binder24 Mar 2018Topeka, KS0 24 Mar, 201824 Mar, 2018 Kansas Secretary of State and ally of President Trump’s brand of populist conservatism, Kris Kobach, is leading in his race for governor against the state’s establishment Republican incumbent Jeff Coyler. In Kobach’s latest polling, he leads the race among Republicans in the
The pro-migration ACLU is suing the Department of Homeland Security to help economic migrants use children to smuggle themselves into the United States. President Donald Trump’s DHS tries to detain all migrants pending their asylum hearing because it is easier to repatriate migrants homewards when they lose their hearing. The detention policy is also intended to prevent migrants from
The chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security has recused himself from a variety of hot-button outsourcing issues related to Indian software companies and the huge H-1B and L-1 visa programs. Chad Wolf is chief of staff to DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. Prior to the DHS job, he worked as a lobbyist with Wexler|Walker. One
Senior administration officials quashed a letter from Department of Homeland Security (DHS) staff recommending the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer negotiate to end a little-known visa program that permits tens of thousands of Canadian and Mexican white-collar workers to work in America. The DHS staffers were nearing completion of their letter to Lighthizer — who