8/13: When local jurisdictions refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities, they create de facto sanctuaries for criminals like Rios.
5/25: Some members of Congress are saying that the House should bypass the Justice Department and the courts entirely and use its inherent contempt authority to jail Barr and other Trump administration officials.
5/8: Congressional threats to hold Barr in contempt for abiding by federal law are the very height of arrogance—especially in light of reports these congressional leaders have refused to even read the virtually unredacted report already available to them.
5/6: Remember when judges used to uphold the law? Unfortunately, that’s not always the case today.
5/2: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky and Charles Stimson explain why judges can't disregard immigration laws simply because they go against their politics.
5/23: Most of us remember a time not long ago when the Constitution and the Rule of Law weren’t under open attack by so many institutions.
While the media’s attention has shifted to the indictment of Paul Manafort, the Obama administration’s handling of the Uranium One “bribery plot” raises serious, critical questions that must be answered.
The president doesn’t have the authority to decide who should be in the United States legally when it comes to immigrants.
President Donald Trump has caught a lot of heat for rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program with a six-month wind-down.
The DACA debate now goes to the branch of the federal government that had jurisdiction over it all along.