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OPINION | Barry Richard: Criminal Illegals Allowed to Flee
Last week we told you that the dizzy Democrat mayor of Oakland Libby Schaff aided and abetted criminal illegal aliens by alerting them to a series of pending raids by ICE. We now know how bad it was.
ICE says the four-day raid netted 232 illegal immigrants in Northern California, 180 of whom were eit…
Obama Outlines Immigration Plan
President Obama is poised to issue a sweeping executive order on immigration. Addressing the nation from the White House, the President said the U.S. immigration system is broken and must be repaired.
The executive order marks the most dramatic shift in U...
Bond Set For 1 of 3 Asylum-Seeking Afghan Soldiers
An immigration judge has set a $25,000 bond for the release of one of three Afghan military officers accused of leaving a training exercise at Joint Base Cape Cod to seek asylum in Canada.
All three soldiers appeared Wednesday inside the federal detention facility near Buffalo, New York, where t…
Over Half The Public Say Speed Up Deportations Of Children
The latest poll results show 53 percent of the public favor speeding up the process to deport the over 50,000 unattended children who entered this country illegally. The humanitarian crises has taken its toll on the president's handling of the issue and on how some Americans have changed their …
Hodgson Doubts Many Children Will Be Deported Soon
Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson expects some of the thousands of migrant children who crossed the southwest border into the U-S will find their way to Massachusetts, and New Bedford.
Hodgson is visiting processing and detention centers along the border with a delegation of Sheriffs to get a first …
Fewer Held in New England for Deportation
Federal officials say the number of immigrants jailed for deportation in New England plunged last year, despite the expansion of a program designed to identify people in the U.S. illegally.
Officials say detentions fell by almost 28% in New England, while nationally the number dropped 8%...

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