Recent news reports have detailed the arrest of two notorious aliens in the United States: a former Nazi collaborator who purportedly worked at the Trawniki forced labor camp and an alleged ISIS fighter and murderer who was granted refugee status in the United States. Each of those cases points out weaknesses in our immigration system.
Latin American states have been generous in their reception of Venezuelans and Nicaraguans fleeing their countries' socialist policies and government repression. However, the "all are welcome" approach adopted by many of their neighbors appears to be deteriorating as emigration from the two countries continue to grow.
Recent arrest in California of an Iraqi ISIS member shows the importance of security checks
Last week's arrest in California of an Iraqi refugee accused of being a member of ISIS is yet another sad example of the need to keep improving the vetting system of refugees resettled in the United States. Despite claims by the Obama administration that refugees were subject to the highest level of security checks of any category of traveler to the United States, reality, as this case demonstrates, is different.
Maybe some of the users of the H-1B program, looking at the mounting bills from their lawyers and the bad press they are getting, will start hiring more citizen workers. And maybe one or more of these eight different actions will cost the outsourcers enough money to change their practices.
Rep. Steny Hoyer of Maryland, one of the leading Democrats in the House of Representatives, recently demonstrated why liberals' eagerness to vilify opponents has alienated so many Americans, pushing them toward Donald Trump.
Judge permits detained alien parents to keep their children with them.
Given this order, the "catch and release dilemma" would not arise: Parents could either choose to be separated from their children to allow them to proceed under Flores, or choose to have their children remain with them, in DHS family detention.
The concern over online incitement to violence has usually focused on ISIS, but at least two recent arrests in the United States suggest that some activists among those opposed to President Trump's immigration policies are radicalizing as anti-government extremists, and inciting others online to violence.