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Month: June 2015

Immigration should be frozen for ten years, Coulter says

Controversial conservative commentator Ann Coulter says that the borders of the United States should be closed for a decade and that the immigration system of the nation has been corrupted by left-wing types who “hate America.” Coulter made the typically inflammatory comments in an interview with PJ Media while promoting her new book, Adios, America. …

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Democrats continue pressure to close family detention centers

Democrats in the House of Representatives are increasing their calls for the detention policies of the Obama administration to be eased when it comes to undocumented immigrant families being held in custody at the southern border. The lawmakers, who recently visited the two Texas detention centers, say that the centers have jail-like conditions that place …

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Trump slams media for distorting immigration comments

Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka have criticized the mainstream media for taking comments he made in his announcement of his run for the Republican presidential candidate nomination out of context. Critics have attacked Trump for his comments, which inferred that Mexican immigrants were criminals and rapists and called for a wall to be built …

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Criminal immigrants avoid deportation under new rules, House lawmakers say

President Obama has been accused of making it easier for undocumented immigrant criminals to remain in the United States by lawmakers in the House of Representatives. The Priority Enforcement Program created by the Obama administration, which prevents more immigrants being targeted for deportation by immigration agents, began to roll out last week. Lawmakers in the …

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US to change detention policy for families

Immigration authorities in the United States intend to reduce long-term detention for undocumented immigrant families with children and speed up their processing at the detention centers, the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, announced yesterday. “I have reached the conclusion that we must make substantial changes in our detention practices with respect …

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