July 20, 2024

Analysis: Mass Immigration Drastically ‘Reshaping’ the American South

Brandon Bell/Getty Images Mass immigration, both illegal and legal, is dramatically “reshaping the American South” more than any other region of the United States, research from the Center for Immigration Studies shows. The analysis, conducted by Steven Camarota, looks at the expansive growth of the nation’s foreign-born population, which has reached an unprecedented 51.6 million

Analysis: Migrants Costing U.S. Taxpayers Billions for Free, Uninsured Healthcare

Illegal immigrants are costing American taxpayers billions of dollars just to cover their medical care, with politicians and healthcare workers from around the U.S. sounding the alarm on the overwhelming debt. As millions of migrants pour through the U.S.-Mexico border, they’re taking up space in emergency rooms, intensive care units (ICUs), and racking up exorbitant

Analysis: Biden’s ‘Got-Away Tsunami’ Imports Illegal Alien Population the Size of Philadelphia

In less than three years, President Joe Biden’s “got-away tsunami” has imported an illegal alien population the size of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a new analysis detailed. From Fiscal Year 2src21 to April 2src23, less than three full fiscal years, Biden’s policies at the United States-Mexico border have allowed more than 1.5 million illegal aliens to successfully

Analysis: Biden Policies Are ‘Primary Cause’ of Illegal Immigration Surge

President Joe Biden’s policies are the “primary cause” of the current surge of illegal immigration to the United States, analysis states. Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) Director of Research Steven Camarota reviewed illegal immigration levels from years past and found, despite Biden’s claims, the current surge is not merely the “usual seasonal bump,” as the Washington…

Analysis: Unprecedented Democratic Obstructionism Justifies McConnell’s Cancellation of August Recess

Yesterday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that the upper chamber’s traditional August break would be severely limited this year.  Democrats have lashed out at the decision, accusing McConnell of playing partisan hardball in an election year.  They say he’s scheming to keep them in session, rather than back home (and therefore off the campaign […]

Analysis Finds 1 Million Americans So Far Getting Pay Raise From Tax Reform.

One million Americans are getting pay increases because of the tax reform package signed into law in December. “More than one million hardworking Americans have already received a ‘Trump Bonus’ or ‘Trump Pay Raise’ as a result of the historic tax reform package that President Donald J. Trump signed into law just before Christmas,” @PressSec […]

Analysis: With Final Passage Likely, Tax Reform Delivers Conservative Policy Victories and Dishonest Liberal Hysteria.

In short, it’s happening.  Congress’ bicameral conference committee unveiled a compromise tax reform bill on Friday, with votes in each chamber expected this week.  The procedural rules forbid any further amendments, changes or “tweaks” to the now-finalized legislation; the next and last legislative step is a pair of up-or-down votes on an identical bill in […]

Analysis: Ninth Circuit Would Allow 9/11 Hijacker to Sue to Come to U.S.

The judgment of the Ninth Circuit upholding the temporary restraining order (TRO) against President Donald Trump’s recent executive order restricting travel from seven terror-prone countries would have allowed one of the 9/11 hijackers to sue the government to come to, or stay in, the United States. Under the court’s novel theory of legal standing, “injuries” […]

The Medical Marijuana Deception An Analysis Against FL Amendment 2

The Marijuana issue has been on the table for many years. It has been promoted as a viable medicinal alternative. It has also been heralded as a solid step toward the breaking away from governmental tyranny because so many people are needlessly in the penal system as a result of it, thus becoming a burden […]

Analysis: Mike Pence Handily Wins Vice Presidential Debate

Mike Pence won. It wasn’t especially close in my book. A few thoughts: (1) Kaine was peevish and annoying with his incessant interruptions, to which Pence responded calmly — occasionally evincing forcefulness, at other times appearing amused. Donald Trump’s running mate also made a point of highlighting Kaine’s painfully rehearsed lines, mocking them gently — and not […]

First Presidential Debate Short Analysis

The long awaited debate on Monday September 26, 2016 finally came. Many Americans all across the nation had been looking forward to it. After careful analysis and review of the debate, while the elite political experts marveled at their own pompous reasoning based on form, not substance (as they have always done for decades), one […]

Exclusive Data Analysis: Hillary Clinton First Candidate in Era with Less Primary Votes than First Run

The 2016 Democratic nominee is the first major party candidate for president in the current era of primaries and caucuses to earn fewer votes in their run for the White House than in a previous campaign. Hillary R. Clinton, who was nominated by the Democrats at their national convention in Philadelphia Tuesday, received 916,870 fewer […]

Analysis: Folksy, Impeached President Endorses Scandal-Plagued, Disliked Wife

PHILADELPHIA – It was fine. The DNC’s Tuesday agenda featured exactly one major primetime headliner: Former President Bill Clinton, who set out to build an emotionally-rooted case on behalf of his wife, whom their party had nominated for the presidency hours earlier. In 2012, I remember sitting in the arena rafters in Charlotte, watching with helpless frustration and dismay […]

WaPo Analysis: Rubio Was Right About Gun Control Doing Nothing to Prevent Mass Shootings

Earlier this month, presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) appeared on CBS’s “This Morning” and made the following claim about gun control: “None of the major shootings that have occurred in this country over the last few months or years that have outraged us, would gun laws have prevented them.” The Washington Post, doubting Sen. […]

ANALYSIS: Why Ted Cruz Won’t Attack Donald Trump

Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz boards an elevator to depart after a vote at the U.S. Capitol in Washington May 14, 2015. Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz is the only major Republican in the field who isn’t jumping all over Donald Trump for his series of provocative comments regarding immigration and John McCain’s war […]

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