Immigration

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There should be no sanctuary from the law

By Cal Thomas
Posted

Immigration | The last serious attempt to count the number of federal criminal laws appears to have been made in 1982 by a retired Justice Department official named Ronald…

Midday Roundup: Federal agent’s gun used in San Francisco murder

By Leigh Jones
Posted

Newsworthy | Bad policy. The illegal immigrant who shot and killed a woman on a busy San Francisco pier last week used a gun stolen from a federal agent in June. Juan…

God created illegal immigrants in His image

By Jarvis J. Williams
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Immigration | The Bible teaches that God created all humans in His image. Billionaire and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is currently under fire for his recent…

Government agrees to house immigrants based on gender preference

By Evan Wilt
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Immigration | LGBT advocates insist transgender immigrants need alternative options to federal detention, similar to those offered to pregnant women, children, and the…

High court defines rights of suspects, immigrants, and death-row inmates

High court defines rights of suspects, immigrants, and death-row inmates

By Mary Reichard
Posted

Supreme Court | The U.S. Supreme Court, near the end of its term, issued nine decisions last week. From issues of child-abuse to bath salts, here are some of the cases you…

Record number of refugees driven from their homes in 2015

By Julia A. Seymour
Posted

Persecution | Political, racial, and religious persecution are driving a record number of people from their native countries. In 2015, the number of displaced people rose…

Australia dodges allegations of bribing human traffickers

By Anna K. Poole
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Southeast Asia | The seas of Southeast Asia are still churning with migrants stranded on boats, and despite the regional crackdown on human trafficking, opportunists abound.

Supreme Court sets legal standards for online rants

By Mary Reichard
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Supreme Court | A U.S. Supreme Court ruling last week upset many people who thought the court rewarded a man who frightened his ex-wife with his social media postings.

Southeast Asia’s migrant crisis attracts attention, not answers

By Anna K. Poole
Posted

Persecution | Eighteen countries gathered on Friday in Bangkok to discuss the escalating humanitarian crisis in Southeast Asia. Although the conference attracted a lot of…

Powers separated

By J.C. Derrick
Posted

Immigration | Appeals court rules Obama’s unilateral immigration orders cannot proceed

Midday Roundup: IRS hack attack strips data from 100,000 taxpayers

Midday Roundup: IRS hack attack strips data from 100,000 taxpayers

By Leigh Jones
Posted

Newsworthy | Tax hack. Congress is demanding answers after officials with the Internal Revenue Service admitted part of the agency’s website was hacked earlier this…

Globe Trot: Ancient Syrian city falls to ISIS

By Mindy Belz
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International | SYRIA: ISIS (or Islamic State) has seized parts of the ancient city of Palmyra. Here’s real-time footage from today. But as writer Ann Voskamp points…

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