Guatemalan and Mexican leaders stressed to me that large migrant flows give cover to those who pose national security threats to traverse all of our nation's borders.
We have a humanitarian, public health and security emergency at the border.
There will never be enough "reception centers," processing capacity or judges to handle the influx.
It is never too late to change course and do the right thing.
Only 41 percent of Americans support Biden's immigration record amid a growing surge of immigration attempts at the Southern U.S. border.
Two migrants died after U.S. Border Patrol agents carried out a bust on an alleged illegal smuggling attempt.
The surge has already reached a 20-year high, and is expected to get even worse throughout the month of March.
"I think [the wall] has made us more effective," U.S. Border Patrol Public Information Officer Jacob MacIsaac told Newsweek. "It's made the job more manageable."
President Trump's border policies are vindicated every day.
The progressive worldview insists on America's endemic racism as the only allowable explanation for socioeconomic disparities.
Mass amnesty with no increase in border security and the promise of less enforcement will have one side effect: unifying and galvanizing Republicans.
The incoming Biden administration plans to quickly introduce a sweeping immigration reform bill.
With the Trump administration's days in office waning, we are set for the messy and divisive politics of immigration to return to national preeminence.
The president said his "pro-police" campaign is necessary for Blacks and Latinos to feel safe in Democratic-run cities.
"America's Forgotten" explores the human costs attributed to illegal immigration: "Due to the possible political backlash all credits have been voluntarily withheld by the crew of this film."
The president's executive order on illegal immigration and the Census is just.
The president could take the concept of deferred action and use it to unleash economic growth.
It is past time for Congress to take action.
"I think that's going to be a problem for the government," Bill Hing, an immigration law professor at the University of San Francisco, told Newsweek.
Authorities announced the Thursday arrest of Saifullah Al-Mamun, who they allege smuggled large numbers of people into the U.S. by way of a network operating in Brazil and Latin America.
"Their plan and their plot to remake America is to bring in the illegals," Pirro said, "change the way the voting occurs in this country, give them licenses, they get to vote maybe once, maybe twice, maybe three times."
Lindsey Graham said it is "so easy" for terrorists from the Middle East to join up with Central American migrants and cross through Mexico and the U.S. southern border.
Trump has proposed a five percent tariff on Mexican goods to spur the country into action on illegal immigration.