Biden’s Border Crisis: Examining the Impacts of International Cartels Targeting Indian Country

U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources, Sub-committee on Oversight and Investigations

The mass migration crisis instigated by the Biden administration’s irresponsible immigration policies has caused incalculable harm to American communities, including those in Indian Country, even those far from the border.

Body Cameras for ICE?

Program inspired by anti-ICE members of Congress is being rolled out despite pilot showing no benefit

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has announced that it will deploy 1,600 body-worn cameras to its two law enforcement components, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).

Upcoming Panel: Illegal Immigration by Sea

And you thought land borders were hard to defend . . .

With the crisis in Haiti sparking fears of a new exodus and illegal crossings up in the Mediterranean, maritime illegal immigration is a challenge all destination countries are facing – one that is very different from the challenge of controlling a land border.

The Foreign-Born Share and Number at Record Highs in February 2024

A look at the size and growth of the immigrant population in the United States

Analysis of the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey (CPS) shows that the total foreign-born or immigrant population (legal and illegal) hit a new record high of 51.4 million in February 2024 — an increase of 6.4 million since President Biden took office.

House Hearing: Biden's Border Crisis
House Hearing: Biden's Border Crisis
The Impeachment of Sec. Mayorkas
The Impeachment of Sec. Mayorkas
Body Cameras for ICE?
Body Cameras for ICE?
Panel: Illegal Immigration by Sea
Panel: Illegal Immigration by Sea
The Foreign-Born Share and Number at Record Highs
The Foreign-Born Share and Number at Record Highs

U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources, Sub-committee on Oversight and Investigations

The mass migration crisis instigated by the Biden administration’s irresponsible immigration policies has caused incalculable harm to American communities, including those in Indian Country, even those far from the border.

Program inspired by anti-ICE members of Congress is being rolled out despite pilot showing no benefit

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has announced that it will deploy 1,600 body-worn cameras to its two law enforcement components, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).

And you thought land borders were hard to defend . . .

With the crisis in Haiti sparking fears of a new exodus and illegal crossings up in the Mediterranean, maritime illegal immigration is a challenge all destination countries are facing – one that is very different from the challenge of controlling a land border.

A look at the size and growth of the immigrant population in the United States

Analysis of the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey (CPS) shows that the total foreign-born or immigrant population (legal and illegal) hit a new record high of 51.4 million in February 2024 — an increase of 6.4 million since President Biden took office.

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Federal Government Releases Suspected Afghan Terrorist — Twice

Confirming my worst suspicions, even as the FBI director says he’d ‘be hard-pressed to think of a time where so many threats to our public safety and national security were so elevated all at once’

Various outlets have reported that an Afghan migrant on the terrorist watchlist due to suspected ties to a foreign terrorist organization was nonetheless released — not once but twice.

Texas Asks Judge to Reconsider CHNV Decision

The parole program has increased the number of inadmissible aliens in the U.S. from those four countries

If the administration’s intent in implementing CHNV parole and the CBP One app interview scheme was to deter inadmissible migrants from entering illegally, they failed. But then, DHS Secretary Mayorkas long ago admitted that deterrence is not the focus of the current administration’s border policies.

ISIS and the National Security Vulnerabilities of an Insecure Border

If they’d attack Putin and Iran, what will stop them from attacking our homeland?

Few ISIS-K attacks would be more “audacious” than one along the lines of — or bloodier than — the Crocus City Hall attack here in the United States. Perhaps it’s time that the “Department of Homeland Security” live up to its name and start securing the Southwest border, and the homeland with it.