Obama Administration Tries One Last Time to Allow Illegal Immigration

U.S. Department of Homeland Security It certainly seems like another 'to hell with you' moment from the Obama administration before it leaves office. This time it is the U.S. Department of Homeland Security quietly shutting down Operation Phalanx, which is an aerial surveillance program that intercepts drugs and illegal crossings along the Mexican border.

Rep. Henry Cuellar, a member of the House Appropriations Committee and the homeland security subcommittee, is drafting a letter to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson protesting the shutdown - saying Congress provided "full funding" for 2017.

The Negative Side of Immigration

The bad side of immigration One of the many things that Washington is trying to keep quiet in the current debate on immigration is the toll that deportable criminals are taking on our society. They want to keep it quiet because the crime wave their policies are creating wouldn’t exactly bolster their arguments on the subject.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is an American federal law enforcement agency under the United States Department of Homeland Security, a part of the executive branch of the federal government. They are responsible for identifying and dismantling vulnerabilities regarding the nation's border. And for deporting criminals. The problem is that they are not deporting them.

Illegal Immigration Has Been Tackled Before

The Great Immigration Debate One of the biggest political and socioeconomic battles going on in the country at the moment has to be the one over illegal immigration. It is not the first time that this battle has been fought, but it is the first time we have a group of people in the Federal government who want us to lose that battle to further their own agenda.

They say is unfair, but I think it is only unfair to those who immigrated here legally or unfair to those citizens who have to pay the bill for the problems it causes.

They say you can't just deport 20 million people out of the country. But if they still taught REAL history in our institutions today, you would find out that is simply not true.

Immigration Policies

immigration policy enforcement One of the next battles in the political corridors of this country is going to be immigration policy. In light of that, I though it might be interesting to let you know how our neighbor, Mexico, handles illegal Cubans who are trying to make it through Mexico to try and get to the U.S.A.:

The number of undocumented Cubans intercepted in Mexico on their way to the U.S. border has more than doubled in the eight months since Havana eased its migration controls, according to Mexican government figures. The Interior Ministry numbers were the latest indication of the greatly increased flow of Cubans, both undocumented and legal, through Mexico, Central and South America and the Caribbean over the past year.

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