The Department of Homeland Security will release 1,800 detainees into the interior of the United States this weekend in the El Paso, Texas region.
For months, DHS officials have said privately that the Catch and Release program has been taken to new heights, while ICE union officials declared this week that the program was in “overdrive” under the direction of DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.
Over Friday, Saturday, and Sunday this weekend, about 600 will be released every day for a total of about 1,800 released.
Pandora’s has an entire walk-in closet filled with boxes. Boxes that are filled with secrets. Secrets certain individuals prefer stay inside those boxes. But if you know Pandora the way I do, you also know she finds it extremely difficult to keep her curiosity in check.
Democrats are about to regret their years of investigating our President and his 2016 campaign over allegations of foreign “collusion” to influence a presidential election. In what amounts to a slow-motion meltdown, the very acts attributed to the Trump campaign are about to be applied to the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton campaign. A formal investigation has been launched overseas, making a U.S. counterpart investigation awkward to suppress.
John Brennan speculated Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s recent tweets suggest the president is concerned special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia collusion investigation will put his “political” and “financial” future in jeopardy.
County and state officials across the nation have critical decisions to make. After yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling, two choices are before them. Instruct their law enforcement officials to fully cooperate and communicate with federal immigration officials, or continue thwarting their efforts to perform the duties they were hired to perform. It’s really that simple.
The Pentagon has identified $12.8 billion in military construction spending that could potentially be used to fund the building of a wall on the southern border.
The money has already been appropriated but not spent, and is targeted for various stateside military facilities. It’s unclear which projects would be affected
Attorney General William Barr has asserted the state secrets privilege for the first known time since he was sworn-in last month, using the controversial legal tool in a suit brought by the social media company Twitter over its bid to publish a more complete account of government surveillance requests.