Texas Governor Tells Biden He’s ‘In Violation Of U.S. Constitution’ For Failing To Secure Southern Border

While Gov. Greg Abbott Has Yet To Issue A Formal Invasion Declaration, On Wednesday He Took What Many Believe Was The Most Significant Step Toward Doing So.

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SCOTUS To Hear Arguments Against Homeland Security For Releasing Criminal Foreign Nationals Into U.S.

Oral Arguments Are Scheduled To Be Heard Before The U.S. Supreme Court This Month In A Case Brought By Texas And Louisiana Over The Department Of Homeland Security Altering Policy To Prohibit Certain Violent Criminal Foreign Nationals From Being Detained And Deported And Instead Releasing Them Into The U.S.

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Florida Files SCOTUS Brief Ahead Of Oral Arguments Over DHS Not Deporting Violent Criminal Aliens

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Filed A Brief With The U.S. Supreme Court In Support Of A Lawsuit Filed By Texas And Louisiana Seeking To Halt A Department Of Homeland Security Policy That Limited Federal Agents From Detaining And Deporting Dangerous Criminal Aliens…

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Probe Launched Into Homeland Security’s ‘Taxpayer-Funded Censorship Campaign’

House Oversight Committee Republicans Are Kicking Off An Investigation Into What They They Called A “Taxpayer-Funded Censorship Campaign” At The Department Of Homeland Security.

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ICE Spent Almost $132 Million On Tech For Foreign Nationals In U.S. To Self-Report To Immigration Hearings

According To A New Report Published By U.S. Immigration And Customs Enforcement About Its Alternatives To Detention Program (ATD), The Agency Spent $361,218 A Day On Three Kinds Of Technology To Monitor Those It Released Into The U.S., Or $131,844,570 A Year.

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Florida To Continue Flying Noncitizens In U.S. Illegally North

Florida Will Continue Transporting Foreign Nationals In The U.S. Illegally North For At Least Another Eight Months, According To A State Contract And Purchase Orders.

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5th Circuit Hands Texas Another Win On Immigration, Ruling DACA Is Unconstitutional

The Fifth Circuit Court Of Appeals Upheld A Texas Federal Judge’s Ruling That The Obama-Era Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program Is Unconstitutional.

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Venezuela Deliberately Releasing Violent Criminals, Sending Them To U.S. Border

A Coalition Of House Republicans Led By U.S. Rep. Troy Nehls, R-Texas, Is “Demanding Answers About Venezuela Releasing Violent Prisoners Early And Pushing Them To Join Caravans Heading Towards Our Southern Border” In A Letter Sent To Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

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More Damaging Testimony From ICE Official In Florida Lawsuit Over Immigration Enforcement

More “Damaging Testimony” Has Been Obtained About Biden Administration Immigration Enforcement Policies, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Said After She Released Another Transcript Of Another Top Federal Official Her Office Deposed As Part Of A Lawsuit She Filed Against The Administration.

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Border Chief Directs Agents To Release Foreign Nationals En Masse Into U.S. When Title 42 Ends

In Anticipation Of Increased Border Encounters After The Title 42 Health Authority Is Lifted, U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz Instructed Agents To Release Noncitizens Into The U.S. Because There Would Not Be Enough Space To Detain Them.

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