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NOGALES, AZ - AUGUST 30:  U.S. Border Patrol agents apprehend an illegal alien caught crossing the border August 30, 2005 in Nogales, Arizona. The governors of New Mexico and Arizona have declared a state of emergency along the border due to drug trafficking, illegal immigration and terrorism.  (Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)

ICE Union Head Savages Paul Ryan on Out-Of-Control Illegal Immigration

Chris Crane, president of the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council, said the 7,000 officers he represents “wish the speaker of the House would be more vocal in championing an immigration policy that defends the rule of law, and represents the interests of American citizens and lawful residents and protects their safety.”

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Obama White House Issues Non-Response to DNC Crack-Up

President Barack Obama issued a vague statement of support to disgraced DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz to help paper over the revealing leaks of elite Democrats’ emails that were published by Wikileaks Friday afternoon. The leaks showed that Wasserman Schultz

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The Six Worst Aspects of the GOP’s Prison Break Legislation

A bipartisan elite is trying to revive the stalled ‘sentencing reform’ legislation to release many more convicts back onto Americans’ neighborhoods, amid an existing crime wave. The unpopular legislation is being pushed in the GOP’s 2016 platform by President Obama, by business groups trying to curb white-collar prosecutions, and by House Speaker Paul Ryan, who said this month “that’s something we’re working on for September.”

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Report: Food Stamps Program Often Rigged to Benefit Illegal Aliens

In most states, families including illegal aliens can receive more taxpayer-funded benefits, because many states will ignore an ineligible alien’s income when calculating, or prorating, the family’s total income. An illegal alien’s earnings won’t count towards the income cap, allowing “mixed” families to potentially collect more benefits than they would if they were all U.S. citizens.