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Chairman Mccaul Releases February Terror Threat Snapshot

Excerpts from February’s Report:

Authorities continue to track a high number of homegrown terror plots in the United States, and the number of cases since 9/11 is nearing a historic milestone: There have been nearly 200 total homegrown jihadist cases in the United States since 9/11 (the figure currently stands at 193), a majority having taken place in just the past few years.

Recent Developments

January 31, 2017: Joshua Cummings, age 37, shot and  killed Denver RTD contract security officer. Upon arrest, jihadist materials were found in Cummings’ backpack. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) had previously been  warned of his radicalization. A December 24, 2016 letter to DHS warns that Cummings had attended a lunch for converts to Islam, and that he felt it acceptable to fight in order   “to  establish  the  rule  of  Islam.”  He was arrested without incident approximately 20 minutes after the shooting. Continue reading

Weekly Immigration Report: Trump EO Not a Muslim Ban and More

From the Federation for American Immigration Reform

  • Trump’s National Security Executive Order is NOT a ‘Muslim Ban’
  • President Trump Fulfills Campaign Promise To Build The Wall
  • Trump Signs Executive Order to Restore Interior Immigration Enforcement
  • Senate Judiciary Committee Votes on Sessions Nomination TODAY
  • FAIR Releases 114th Congress Voting Report
  • ICYMI: FAIR Released Updated Sanctuary City Report

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Weekly Immigration Report, Key Immigration Legislation Introduced + Trump’s Pen Begins!

From the Federation for American Immigration Reform

  • Trump Begins Using ‘Pen’ to Fix Immigration System
  • Priebus Suggests Trump Will Hold Off on Rescinding DACA, Seek Long-Term ‘Fix’
  • General Kelly Confirmed as DHS Secretary
  • GAO: Obama Administration Encouraged Border Patrol to Underreport Recidivist Unlawful Border Crossers
  • Key Immigration Legislation Already Introduced in the 115th Congress
  • Illegal Alien Sues Sanctuary City for Cooperating with ICE


Trump Begins Using ‘Pen’ to Fix Immigration System

By: Robert Law

On his first full working day in the White House, President Donald Trump took lawful executive action on immigration to help American workers. Continue reading

Trump DOJ Likely to Find Many Offenses in Voter Fraud Probe, Experts Say

Fred Lucas | The Daily Signal

President Donald Trump’s Justice Department will likely find numerous offenses to warrant launching a broad investigation into voter fraud, legal experts and watchdog groups say.

Trump has said that more than 3 million to 5 million illegal votes were cast during the 2016 election, causing him to receive a lower popular vote total than his vanquished opponent, Hillary Clinton, whom he defeated in the Electoral College.

On Wednesday, Trump said: Continue reading

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