Does an American citizen have freedom of speech to urge an illegal alien to violate immigration law? The Supreme Court takes up a 1st Amendment case of a Evelyn Sineneng-Smith who urged unqualified immigrants to stay in the United States as part of a fraudulent business she ran, duping clients out of thousands of dollars with false promises. Should open-borders Progressives and Democrats have a protected free speech right to verbally induce people to break the law?
As the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates call for Medicare for all, decriminalizing illegal immigration, open borders and free healthcare for illegal aliens, former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says they’re too extreme, and will suffer for it at the polls. Will anyone listen?
New immigration rules from the Trump administration would deny green cards to more people under an existing law designed to keep an immigrant from becoming a “public charge”. Critics say this proves that President Trump is not merely anti-illegal immigration, but anti-immigrant (and likely racist). At a time when America has more jobs than applicants, if Trump tightens green card access to keep legal immigrants off the dole, is he cutting off the best source of new labor and of future proud Americans?
President Trump effectively ends asylum for migrants traveling through Mexico to get to the U.S.. These pass-though migrants must, instead, now seek asylum in the first safe country they enter. In effect, Trump builds a wall made of Mexico. Have we given up on the idea of the U.S. as refuge for the world’s beleaguered masses?
Despite his opponents’ narrative that President Trump is anti-immigrant, he presides over huge growth in new citizens and approval of citizenship applications, including those of asylum seekers and refugees. Will Trump’s base of xenophobes and immigrant-haters abandon him because more foreigners are becoming citizens?
The entire Progressive Socialist argument seems primed for collapse as Populist revolts continue to sweep on country after another. Will Conservatives shake off the constraints of their own terminology, and reclaim the high moral ground of free markets and individual liberty in time to save the world?
New York Times writer Thomas Friedman spent a little time at the U.S. southern border and wrote a column endorsing President Trump’s call for a border wall. Will more Progressives back the wall if given a dose of border reality? Is Friedman’s column just a trick to get comprehensive immigration reform favorable to Democrats?
Is President Trump’s plan to send some illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities and states a useless distraction to his main objective of building a border wall. Or, is he a bloody genius for making the Progressive Left live up to its own rhetoric.
Beto O’Rourke officially launches his 2020 presidential campaign with lofty speech designed to unite Americans. But Bill Whittle says Beto’s policies ignore real problems, and hurt the people he pretends to love — immigrants and the poor. Will “the man from the border” pose a threat to President Trump, who threatens to close the border?
A property law professor at the University of Texas notes that President Trump’s national emergency declaration may get him the money to build the wall, but only Congress can exercise the eminent domain power to get the land.
President Donald Trump declares a national emergency to stop what he calls an armed invasion. Democrats, and more than 13 states attorneys general, say it’s unconstitutional. How else can Trump get what he promised the American people?
The Washington Post interviewed America’s Great Lite Hope, Rep. Beto O’Rourke for two hours only to find he has no plan for immigration. Can a six-year Congressman, and failed Senate candidate, capture the Democratic nomination for president when his answers are blowin’ in the wind? More Right Angle, with Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill […]
As the immigrant convoy is turned away with tear gas, host Bill Whittle gets to the essentials: What is a country, anyway?
The caravan of Honduran migrants headed through Mexico toward the U.S. border received an offer they could not refuse…but they did. Bill Whittle Now grapples with some of the thornier issues for conservatives when it comes to immigration.
From a guaranteed right to hormone therapy for transgendered illegal aliens, to a prospective Attorney General saying that illegals have the same right to a job as US citizens or legal immigrants, the ongoing sham of the Obama administration’s under-the-radar policies get seen in the light of day in Bill Whittle’s latest FIREWALL.