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Kevin Glass - Fri Aug 29

A new report obtained by Fox News from the Texas Department of Public Safety indicates that elements of ISIS are interested in the U.S.-Mexico border as a means of entry into the United States. ... more

Kara Jones - Tue Jul 8

Tens of thousands of adults and unaccompanied minors continue to pour over our southern border as the United Nations presses the U.S. government to treat these illegal immigrants as “refugees.” ... more

Tony Katz - Mon Jul 7

Christine Rousselle - Fri Jun 27

Sensible immigration policy! ... more

Katie Pavlich - Wed Nov 13

A federal grand jury indictment unsealed Wednesday shows former El Paso County Assistant District Attorney Antonio Reyes allegedly conspired to take cash in exchange for dropping pending criminal cases along the southern U.S. border with Mexico for a 15 day period between March and April of 2011. ... more

Doug Giles - Sun Oct 9

Herewith are the top 10 signs, in David Letterman fashion, that Eric Holder might have lied to congress and to America about Operation Fast and Furious. ... more

Katie Pavlich - Tue Sep 27

“President Obama is not above the law and he and this administration will have to account for this." -Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu ... more

Dale Peterson - Mon Aug 15

After Alabama passed HB 56 in June, law professor and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who helped write SB 1070, said, “Alabama now has the strongest law deterring illegal immigration in the country, surpassing even Arizona.” Given the hissy fit Obama threw over Arizona, we knew it was just a matter of time for him before he filed another frivolous lawsuit to overturn the law. ... more

Katie Pavlich - Fri Jul 8

When Americans think of terrorist activity, we think of Yemen, Pakistan, Palestine and other places in the Middle East, but we overlook the rapidly increasing terrorism threat coming from Hezbollah operations taking place in Latin America. ... more

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu Jul 7

Recently, in symbolic fashion, spectators of Mexican ancestry in Pasadena's Rose Bowl did not merely cheer on the Mexican national soccer team in a game against the U.S. national team -- such nostalgia is natural and understandable for recent immigrants -- but went much further and also jeered American players and, indeed, references to the United States. ... more