Trump and Obama issued more executive orders during their first 10 days in office than their six predecessors (Gerald Ford through George W. Bush) combined.
Just five U.S. Senators – all Democrats – have issued formal press releases denouncing Trump’s proposal to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the country.
31 Democrats and five Republicans provide some Spanish-language content on their official U.S. House websites.
The Associated Press has now officially dropped the term, but the President has mentioned “illegal immigrants” 28 times since taking office, including as recently as two months ago.
When Don Young was 18 years old, President Truman used the term “wetbacks” in a written message to Congress.
Nearly half of Southern U.S. House incumbents address illegal immigration on campaign websites, compared to 30 percent from the West, 23 percent in the Midwest, and 14 percent out East
Half of Republican incumbents are highlighting get-tough anti-illegal immigration policy solutions on campaign websites compared to just 8 percent of Democrats
Delegation campaign websites largely silent on issue as support to adopt Arizona’s anti-illegal immigration law eclipses 60 percent in Minnesota
Arizona immigration law enjoys majority support in Minnesota, though lower than most states
12:05 p.m. Edward Alden, Senior Fellow at the Council of Foreign Relations, is delivering a talk today at the Humphrey Institute entitled, “Security and Immigration in a post-9/11 United States. Alden is the author of the recent book, The Closing…