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Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, Mississippi State Sen. Chris McDaniel (L) speaks during a Tea Party Express campaign event at outside of a Hobby Lobby store on June 22, 2014 in Biloxi, Mississippi. Tea Party-backed Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Chris McDaniel, a Mississippi state senator, is locked in a tight runoff race with incumbent U.S. Sen Thad Cochran (R-MS) who failed to win the nomination in the primary election. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Chris McDaniel Blasts Mitch McConnell for Floating DACA Deal

Conservative Mississippi State Sen. Chris McDaniel, a likely challenger to Republican establishment Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS) in the 2018 U.S. Senate primary in the Magnolia State, told Breitbart News’s Washington political editor, Matt Boyle, host of Breitbart News Saturday on Sirius XM, that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is wrong to consider cutting a deal with Democrats to accept DACA on the promise of heightened border security.

This photo show a concept illustration of a U.S.-Mexico border enforcement zone during a news conference where U.S. Customs and Border Protection Acting Deputy Commissioner Ronald Vitiello, announced Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017 in Washington, the selected vendors for construction of the concrete wall prototypes for the border wall. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Trump’s Border Security Plans Create Efficiencies in Deporting Illegal Aliens

President Donald Trump’s plans for enhanced border security and interior enforcement address several key magnets that draw illegal immigrants to risk their lives by contracting with cartel-connected human smugglers to enter the U.S. The border security section of the plan focuses on creating physical deterrents to entry and a swift return to their country of origin for those who are caught illegally crossing the border. The plan will also address the many fraudulent asylum and refugee claims.

Texas Fights Open Borders Advocates on Sanctuary City Ban

Texas took its fight for the State’s new anti-sanctuary jurisdiction ban to the appellate courts. A judge appointed by then-President Bill Clinton blocked the law’s prohibition on ignoring U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainers and provisions that address policies that “materially limit” the enforcement of federal immigration laws.

5 Ways Mike McCaul Earned His Nickname ‘No Wall McCaul’

Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) has been infamously dubbed “No Wall McCaul” by immigration reformers who want to see an end to illegal immigration and frivolous cheap labor programs. Despite this, McCaul remains on the list for the top job at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

Ann Coulter: Peace Through Border Control

When Reagan said, “peace through strength,” it meant something. But 30 years after Reagan won the Cold War, anyone who uses this expression conveys only that he has no understanding of the current war. Americans aren’t being slaughtered by invading Soviet troops, “Red Dawn”-style, but by Islamic terrorists on tourist visas flying commercial airplanes into our skyscrapers, and by first- and second-generation Muslim immigrants setting off bombs and shooting people at the Boston Marathon, American military bases, community centers, and gay nightclubs. Americans are raped, addicted, and murdered not by the Red Army, but by millions of illegal aliens waltzing across our wide-open border.

Speaker Ryan Posts Video of Visit to Southern Border: ‘It’s Time for the Wall’

In a 30-second video of House Speaker Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) visit to the southern border of the United States posted online on Tuesday, Ryan said that border patrol agents “need more tools … to do their jobs effectively” and vows to “get this done this week.”

In a 30-second video of House Speaker Paul Ryan’s (D-WI) visit to the southern border of the United States posted online on Tuesday, Ryan said that border patrol agents “need more tools … to do their jobs effectively” and vows to “get this done this week.”

Rep. Steve King to Propose 7 Budget Campaign Promise Amendments to Funding Bill

As Democrats and Republicans argue about who had the upper hand in crafting the appropriations bill that will fund the federal government through September, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) is introducing seven amendments that would, if passed, make good on the promises made by GOP candidates in the last election that have yet to be fulfilled.