College students hate the idea of increased border security when President Trump says it, but were shocked to learn Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Chuck Schumer have said the same thing.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Wednesday that Judge Emmet Sullivan made "the most incendiary [statement] you could possibly say" with "zero evidence" when the Clinton appointee addressed Gen. Michael Flynn's legal team and asked if their client had committed treason.
Former Acting ICE Director Thomas Homan said Tuesday on "The Ingraham Angle" that if Republicans and Democrats in Congress closed "loopholes" in the law that allow for "catch and release" and other perceptively problematic situations, the migrant caravans would cease to exist.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Sunday said President Trump is throwing a "temper tantrum" over the border security funding battle, but House Majority Whip Steve Scalise says that Schumer is the one who's throwing "tantrums."
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren praised President Trump for standing up to Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi in an explosive, televised White House meeting.
Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway joined Bill Hemmer on "America's Newsroom" to discuss the ongoing debate over border security funding and the chances that could lead to a government shutdown.
The United States is still by far the top choice for potential migrants, according to a new Gallup World poll.
Greg Gutfeld said Wednesday on The Five that Democrats need Republicans to act as "the bad guys" when it comes to the growing migrant caravan headed toward the country's southern border.
A former Homeland Security official from the Obama administration, who said he became a "target" for blowing the whistle on the extremely lax vetting procedure for sponsors of illegal immigrant children, spoke out Tuesday about the new throng of migrants headed north toward the U.S.
Author and commentator Michelle Malkin blasted New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo for declaring ICE to be "a bunch of thugs" and pledging to continue seeking various lawsuits against the Trump administration.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) said President Trump's threat to shut down the government if adequate border security measures are not undertaken by Congress will show a "vivid contrast" between the right and left ahead of November's midterm elections.
In her "Angle" commentary, Laura Ingraham blasted Republicans who appeared to submit to Democratic wishes regarding immigration reforms.