“Our bill is simple: no more refugee admittance until we can strengthen the system and better ensure the safety of Americans,”
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San Antonio has been chosen for one of the National Guard’s 13 new cyber units.
The decision was celebrated by U.S. Reps. Will Hurd, Joaquín Castro, Henry Cuellar and Lamar Smith, all of whom requested “Cyber City, USA” be considered for the new units.
Top law enforcement and security officials cautioned Wednesday that bringing in 10,000 Syrian refugees as planned carries a terror risk, with Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson acknowledging background checks can only do so much and "there is no risk-free process.”
Frivolous lawsuits have become too common in the United States. In recent years, for example, meritless lawsuits have been filed against the Weather Channel for failing to accurately predict storms. But when it rains it pours for abusive litigation. Frivolous lawsuits also have been filed against television shows people claimed were too scary, and against fast-food companies because inactive
Recently, the Environmental Protection Agency rolled out its controversial Waters of the U.S. rule along with a new PR campaign attempting to rebrand the rule’s tarnished image.
I recently hosted Apollo astronaut and fellow Texan Gene Cernan in the U.S. Capitol. Gene is one of only 12 people to have landed on the moon, and he was the last to leave 42 years ago. He is a strong advocate for U.S. space leadership, and he has a message for lawmakers: America needs to continue to lead the world in space.
Under the president’s new amnesty, businesses will have a $3,000-per-employee incentive to hire illegal immigrants over native-born workers because of a quirk of Obamacare.