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Opinion

Opinion: Congress Makes Last-Ditch Amnesty Push – Joe Guzzardi

Emboldened by their better-than-anticipated mid-term election performance, the Democratic Party is entering the Lame Duck session with an aggressive agenda that includes one of it favorite goals – amnesty. Democrats will control the Upper Chamber during the 118th Congress, but the GOP by the narrowest margin – a handful of seats – will have the

Prescott Talks

Prescott Talks: Interview with Marc Victor, Libertarian Candidate for US Senate, Part 2

[Editor’s note: As of November 1, Marc Victor suspended his campaign and endorsed Blake Masters.] David Stringer, guest host for Prescott Talks, interviews Marc Victor, the former Libertarian candidate for the U.S. Senate race. Marc discusses his stands on issues such as illegal immigration, DACA, overhaul of the immigration system, cutting taxes, and cutting government

DACA

Appeals arguments heard on immigrants brought to US as kids – Associated Press

Attorneys hoping to save an Obama-era program that prevents the deportation of thousands of people brought into the U.S. as children told a federal appeals court Wednesday that ending the program would cruelly disrupt the lives of thousands who have grown up to become tax-paying, productive drivers of the U.S. economy. An attorney for the

Immigration

Tiny fraction of DACA applications sent to ICE; still gives advocates pause

Of more than 3 million DACA applications since 2012, about 900 were referred to Immigration and Customs Enforcement – still too many for advocates who said they were promised no information would be shared with enforcement agencies. The numbers were contained in a recent Government Accountability Office report that said U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

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