A new working paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research shows that punishing illegal aliens for crossing the border dramatically reduces the risk of recidivism—they are less likely to try crossing the border . . .
A New Audit Reveals that the Department of Defense Logistics Agency Cannot Account for over $800 in Expenses Recent audit conducted by Ernst & Young reveals that the Department of Defense Logistics Agency failed to . . .
Science Confirms: Conservatives are More Attractive than Liberals Researchers at Illinois State University have finally answered the age old question: who’s more attractive, conservatives or liberals? The answer? Conservatives are, on average, more attractive. As . . .
African Americans are the Racial Group Most Opposed to Immigration A new Harvard-Harris poll shows that 85 percent of black Americans want a reduction in immigration levels to 1 million or lower. Also interesting: more . . .
Up to One-Third of Americans Under the Age of 18 Have at Least One Immigrant Parent According to data from the Migration Policy Institute, over one quarter (25.8 percent) of all Americans under the age . . .
The National Institutes of Health Spent $167,045 on Study to Fight “Fat-Shaming” Although obesity increases the risk of diabetes and heart disease, which kills or shortens the lives of millions of Americans, the National Institutes . . .
Americans are Against Mass Immigration—So Why Can’t Congress Pass Immigration Reform? According to a new Harvard-Harris poll, 81 percent of Americans want a reduction in immigration levels to 1 million or lower. Last year over . . .
Fingerprint Data Shows that 90 Percent of Moroccan “Child” Migrants are Adults A new cooperation agreement between Sweden and Morocco to share their fingerprint databases reveals that 90 per cent of “underage” Moroccan asylum seekers . . .
State Department to Spend $592,500 on Studying Masculinity in Kenya, Blames Terrorism the “Patriarchy” The US State Department announced that it will fund a nearly $600,000 study to explore whether “ideals of masculinity” in Kenya . . .