The Obama administration’s Departments of Justice and Education earlier this month issued new guidance on sexual harassment on college campuses that is so broad it makes nearly every student a harasser, according to a nonpartisan group that specializes in campus speech codes.
Frustration has now turned to anger for many Hurricane Sandy victims after living in limbo for more than six months, and they say the slow response and inaction by the Obama administration is taking its toll.
A former Navy chaplain is offering a reward to any student who says a prayer during a graduation ceremony at a school in Florida following the threat of a lawsuit by an atheist group aimed at banning religious utterances from the event.
Deportation statistics touted by the Obama administration came under fire earlier this month when experts testifying in federal court suggested that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is artificially inflating the numbers of deported illegal immigrants who have committed crime.
An estimated 550,000 illegal immigrants call New Jersey home, good for the fifth-highest population in any state—and the financial burden they impose on taxpayers is causing concern.
The poorest and least-skilled in America suffer the most from legal and illegal immigration as competition for jobs reduces wages, according to a new report by a leading immigration economist.
Hundreds gathered in a New Jersey town on Friday morning to open a playground that will memorialize one of the young victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and offer hope to children affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Border patrol agents are facing salary cuts, gas rationing, and other constraints in the face of budget cuts driven by the sequester even as detained illegal immigrants live in detention centers replete with comforts reminiscent of college campuses.
The recent release of illegal immigrants in detention, the Obama administration’s renewed push for amnesty, and the planned furlough of thousands of border patrol agents will result in more illegal crossings, according to immigration experts and border officials.
The Department of Homeland Security’s release of thousands of illegal immigrants from detention centers and its plans to furlough tens of thousands of border agents due to the sequester comes at the same time the agency continues to hire and make questionable expenditures.