“You know you are getting welfare benefits. You have free health care coverage. And then you can hide, because the government itself is protecting these people even if they commit crime,” she concluded. “It’s going to be a utopia for illegal immigrants.”
A New Jersey high school principal apologized Friday for a “Party Like It’s 1776” theme at prom.
Renewable energy may be responsible for the extinction of individual species, including the harbor porpoise and various migratory bats. A solar farm in California has killed hundreds of desert tortoises and kills about 6,000 birds a year by lighting them on fire.
Americans who live in or near a community built around a lake should be careful about stepping outside to mow the lawn if the temperature isn’t just right and the grass isn’t a certain height. They should keep pets indoors. They should forget about using weed killer.
If you’ve been scanning news headlines, you might have read that President Donald Trump on Wednesday called immigrants “animals.” There’s just one catch: The president was referring to MS-13 gang members.
California law enforcement and local officials gathered at the White House on Wednesday to make it clear that Sacramento doesn’t speak for them on illegal immigration.
A Maine judicial court heard arguments Wednesday over whether the state should be forced to subsidize women having abortions after the American Civil Liberties Union sued the state on allegations of discrimination.
Immigration authorities under President Donald Trump haven’t just cracked down on illegal immigrants, they’ve also stepped up worksite enforcement against the businesses who hire them.
“Contrary to what the hysterical left-wing rhetoric would have the American people believe, repealing ‘net neutrality’ has not led to the death of the internet as we know it, nor has it led to higher prices or slower internet traffic.”
On Monday, the Supreme Court struck down a federal law that prevented states from legalizing sports betting in Murphy v. NCAA. The ruling struck a blow against federal overreach and restored to states the power to set their own policies related to gambling.
Around 80 percent of students in special education do not belong there, a special education advocate said, according to a Sunday report. Fewer than 20 percent of students in special education programs have severe autism, Down syndrome or other established conditions.