Poll: Americans Against Affirmative Action for College Admissions—Have Been for Decades In light of the current debate over affirmative action on college campuses, it’s worth looking at what ordinary Americans actually think. Polling data from . . .
Supreme Court Finds Trump’s Travel Ban Constitutional, Can be Enforced in Full The Associated Press reports that the US Supreme Court will allow the Trump administration to fully enforce its travel ban on the six . . .
55 Percent of Europeans Want Moratorium on Islamic Immigration In light of the recent spat between the UK’s Prime Minister Theresa May and US President Donald Trump, it is worth remembering that most Britons actually . . .
Report: DACA Amnesty Would Give Green Cards To 2 Million Additional Foreigners. Why? Chain Migration
Amnesty for 700,000 DACA Recipients Would Bring 2 Million Additional Immigrants Via Chain Migration DACA amnesty would bring an estimated 2 million additional immigrants into America—on top of the 700,000 DACA amnesty recipients— according to . . .
Macron: “If you are not in danger, you should go back to your country” French President Emmanuel Macron has been surprisingly critical of his nation’s migration issues—and is not afraid to speak his mind on . . .
Latest Estimates Peg Quarterly GDP Growth at 3.3 Percent—Highest Since 2014 President Trump made economic growth a central component of his campaign platform, and promised that he would deliver three percent economic growth annually—something the . . .
Tax Cuts & Jobs Act Will Create Jobs There are a number of significant problems with the GOP’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. For example, it doesn’t do nearly enough to reduce the Code’s complexity—which . . .
ESPN Lays Off 150 Employees November 29, 2017- This morning ESPN’s President John Skipper announced that ESPN would be laying off 150 employees. The memo reads as such: Today we are informing approximately 150 people . . .
American Taxpayers Spent $30,000 on a Production of Doggie Hamlet For the last three years Republican Senator James Lankford has released a document called Federal Fumbles, which highlights some of the federal governments most egregious . . .
Americans Paid $400 Billion in Taxes & Internet Surcharges for Fiber Optic Upgrades that Never Came South Korea is the poster child for high-speed internet: its fixed-connection and mobile download speeds are consistently among the . . .