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RAISE Act Is First Serious Attempt to Reduce Immigration In Generations

When President Donald Trump stood with Senators Tom Cotten (R-LA) and David Perdue (R-GA) Wednesday at the White House to introduced the RAISE Act, it represented the first serious effort to reduce immigration since our current immigration system was instituted two generations ago.

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‘Mohammed,’ ‘Juan’ Most Likely Names to Donate to Hillary Clinton

A study published by the Washington Post reveals that voters named Mohammed, Liz, and Juan are the most likely to donate to Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton’s campaign, while her rival Bernie Sanders gets the most financial support from Karls, Ians, and Aarons.

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EXCLUSIVE– Donald J. Trump First Candidate to Reply to the ‘Sessions Test’

On February 5th, Breitbart News exclusively reported that Sen. Jeff Sessions issued a list of five questions that all candidates must answer if they wish to seek the Republican nomination. In recent years, Sessions has emerged as the intellectual thought leader of the nation-state conservative movement. Sessions has articulated how mass immigration combined with reckless trade deals is compressing wages and decimating America’s middle class.


White House Asks High Court to Hear Amnesty Appeal Before 2016 Election

U.S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli is asking the Supreme Court to deny a request from Texas and 25 other states for a delay before considering whether President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty is illegal. The Court should resolve the case before its term ends in June 2016, Verrilli says.


Exclusive — Senate Immigration Subcommittee Releases Chart Proving Immigration Will Outpace American Population Growth 7 To 1 Through 2065

The chart shows that for every 1 net American born to today’s population—births minus deaths—the federal government will add 7 more people to the country through future immigration. The Senate Subcommittee told Breitbart News: October 3rd marked the 50th anniversary of the Immigration and Nationality Act. According to Pew Research, in the five decades since the Act’s adoption, 59 million immigrants have entered the United States.


Report: 59 Million Immigrants Into U.S. In Past 50 Years

Nearly 59 million immigrants have entered the United States in the last five decades, pushing the nation’s foreign-born population close to record highs, according to a Pew Research Center report.