An immigration enforcement advocacy organization says it is clear that the government of Mexico cares more about helping its poor citizens live illegally in the United States than helping the poor within its own borders.
An author and terrorism expert says he is not surprised that students at one of America's most prestigious universities would claim America is a bigger threat to world peace than the radical terrorist organization ISIS.
An immigration enforcement advocacy organization is outraged that aliens from several African countries afflicted with the Ebola epidemic have possibly entered the U.S. illegally, and a health policy organization is urging people to find out how state lawmakers plan on dealing with the disease.
A military watchdog has released an extensive report that refutes the Pentagon's argument that women can be placed in units that are involved in direct ground combat.
An author and political activist says the United States is the only country in the world that has no borders.
A Christian apologist is convinced that Barack Obama is doing everything he can to accommodate Muslims.
An immigration reform think tank's census study reveals a substantial uptick of immigration from Middle Eastern countries, and one researcher thinks something should be done about it.
An immigration reform think tank isn't surprised that the Obama administration's catch-and-release program related to illegal aliens is not working.
Even if President Obama is compelled to send U.S. ground troops into Iraq and Syria to fight ISIS, an expert on terrorism doesn't think he would ever let them win.
A conservative military watchdog says a new White House plan that allows a limited number of young illegal immigrants to join the U.S. military could have the effect of "demoralizing" the troops.
A prominent Harvard law professor and author says he cannot understand why so many countries have pledged to fight against the ISIS terrorist threat but at the time condemn Israel for defending itself against Hamas.
A terrorism expert doubts that air strikes carried out this week against ISIS in Syria and Iraq will eradicate the terrorist group.
A former Navy chaplain who fights to defend religious freedom supports an Air Force decision that changes the requirements for oaths of service.
A prominent Harvard law professor and author says Israel has every right to go after Hamas terrorists who build deadly terror tunnels into the Israeli homeland.
A national defense analyst says he doubts that President Obama would be willing to commit ground troops to fight terrorist group ISIS despite a recent assessment from his top general.
President Barack Obama’s pledge to join Syrian rebels in their conflict against the Islamic State was viewed by many Democrats and Republicans on the House Floor last week as just another costly blunder by a commander-in-chief who has little idea of what he is getting into. This view was also corroborated by Middle East analysts.