"A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in." --  Greek proverb

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Illegal immigrants enjoy gaming a lot. Among their favorite things to do is figure out how to make money quickly. In Brooklyn, New York, illegal immigrants have recently taken up this pastime again since they discovered that, should they be unlucky enough to be struck by a driving vehicle, they can profit from jumping in front of them.

According to a January story in The New York Post, locals and law enforcement in Brooklyn’s residential neighborhood of Bergen Beach were alarmed by reports of illegal aliens jumping in front of passing cars.

The European Union’s top court has slapped Hungary with a 200-million-euro ($216m) fine and imposed a daily one-million-euro ($1.08m) penalty for failing to follow the bloc’s asylum laws and for illegally deporting migrants.

Eight men from Tajikistan with potential ties to ISIS out of central Asia were arrested over the weekend in New York, Philadelphia and Los Angeles, three people familiar with the matter told NBC News on Tuesday.

The suspects had been on the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force radar and were arrested by personnel with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, better known as ICE, the sources say.

Boston’s Logan Airport has been used as a makeshift shelter for illegal immigrants for months now and the numbers have grown to the point where it is starting to look like a refugee camp. This is a health and safety hazard, not to mention a massive inconvenience for people traveling to and from Boston by plane.

Judicial Watch announced today it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for all records about Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents welding open “flood gates” in the border wall in Arizona(Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Homeland Security (No.

If you ask most people, the economy is in the toilet. But according to Democrats and the White House, the economy is “strong as hell.” Why do they say this when inflation continues to make eggs and cheeseburgers too expensive? When Americans keep applying for jobs but get no answers?

According to the federal government’s jobs reports, companies keep adding workers, and the job market is said to be strong every single quarter.