According to the Center for Immigration Studies, 29,961 visitors to the United States from Middle Eastern and Central Asian countries overstayed their visas and stayed in the U.S.
Alarmingly, all recent polls that have measured “generic preference” by party in the coming congressional elections have recorded a Democratic margin — some by a lot.
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Nike, the sportswear company, has hired former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick to endorse its products. Kaepernick has achieved notoriety by beginning the protest by football players of kneeling or raising their fists during the playing of the national anthem at games.
It has become axiomatic that wages are stagnant in the U.S. and have been so for 20 years.
Historian Tony Judt reminds us in his wonderful new book, “Postwar: A History of Europe Since 1945,” that the division of Europe into east and west was historically not as important as other geographic polarities that predominated before World War II.
From Michigan to Florida to Texas and Queens, we see the Democratic Party moving so far left that it is falling off the edge of the world.
Tony Podesta, the brother of Hillary Clinton’s former campaign manager John Podesta (and his former partner in their lobbying business), was paid $180,000 by the Russian-owned company Uranium One to push for Clinton’s approval of its acquisition of 20 percent of the U.S. uranium mines, a project near and dear to Vladimir Putin’s heart.
President Donald Trump’s new sanctions on Iran are meeting fierce opposition from the European Union — and there’s not a damn thing Brussels can do about them.
A new dimension to Hillary Clinton’s email scandal is emerging this week. It appears that all of her emails — including those containing classified information — were hacked by a Chinese state-owned company and forwarded verbatim, in real time, to Beijing.
“Progressives” should be pleased by President Donald Trump’s new U.S.-Mexico trade deal designed to replace NAFTA. This deal explicitly addresses the need to raise wages and uses the carrot of free trade to do so — an intelligent, free market way to achieve more of what demagogues like Bernie Sanders demand.