Border Crises

Immigration

Supreme Court rejects Arizona’s attempt to defend ‘public charge’ rule – Cronkite News

Photo: Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich leaves the Supreme Court in February The Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed Arizona’s attempt to defend a Trump-era “public charge” that would have made it harder for immigrants to gain permanent residency, after the Biden administration refused to defend the policy. Wednesday’s decision means that lower court rulings that

Prescott Talks

Prescott Talks: Interview with Abe Hamadeh, Candidate for Arizona Attorney General – Part 1

Jim Dutton, guest host for Prescott Talks, interviews Abraham Hamadeh, candidate for Arizona Attorney General. Abe discusses his background and qualifications for the position. Abe feels that the Attorney General’s position should be a leadership position. He believes in honesty, and direct answers. Abe has been endorsed by President Trump’s National Security Team, and labeled

Opinion

Opinion: As Crises Mount, Kamala Harris Is Out of Sight

At the outset of the Biden administration, Vice President Kamala Harris was a media darling, portrayed as the heir apparent and always willing to make a public appearance. In fact, the White House was so high on Harris in the early days that it instructed media to, “Please be sure to reference the current administration

Opinion

Opinion: ‘Build Back Better’ Immigration Provisions Will Cripple American Wages

Confronted with the worst border crisis in our nation’s history, the Biden administration and its congressional allies are trying to ram through immigration changes in the so-called “Build Back Better” reconciliation bill. It will permanently flood the labor market with cheaper foreign workers that will cripple the wages and job opportunities of Americans. The bill

Approval Rating

Biden’s approval slumps after a slew of crises: AP-NORC poll

President Joe Biden’s popularity has slumped after a slew of challenges in recent weeks at home and abroad for the leader who pledged to bring the country together and restore competence in government, according to a new poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Fifty percent now say they approve of Biden,

Exit mobile version