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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Operation Lone Star Task Force ‘Holding The Line’ Against Cartel Traffickers But ‘Can’t Stop Everyone’

A 20-Agency Operation Lone Star Task Force Is Making Headway Interdicting Cartel And Gang Activity Stemming From The Texas-Mexico Border Along A Major Trafficking Route To The So-Called Sanctuary City Of Houston, Officials Say.

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U.S. State Department Pushes ‘Gender Transition’ For Kids As States Consider Bans

The U.S. State Department’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, And Accessibility (DEIA) Strategic Plan Has Sparked Controversy For Including Taxpayer-Funded “Gender Transition Care” For Employees And Their Children.

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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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Texas GOP Leadership Formally Declares Texas Is Being Invaded

The Executive Leadership Of The Republican Party Of Texas Has Formally Declared An Invasion At The Texas Southern Border. It’s Also Calling On Gov. Greg Abbott To Do What No Governor Of Texas Has Ever Done Before: Declare An Invasion And Protect Texas And Americans From What It Says Are Transnational Criminal Organizations Creating An Imminent Threat To Their Lives.

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