How Many Times Does a Court Have to Rule Against Illegal DACA Program Before It’s Terminated?

 
 
September 26 2023
 
 
 
 
COMMENTARY
How Many Times Does a Court Have to Rule Against Illegal DACA Program Before It's Terminated?
By Hans von Spakovsky

How many times do the courts have to strike down DACA before the executive branch finally terminates a program it never had the authority to grant in the first place?
SPECIAL FEATURE
Pizzeria Owner Calls Out NYC's Ban on Coal- and Wood-Burning Ovens
By Philip Reynolds

New York City has set its sights on restaurateurs who make pizza using coal- and wood-burning ovens installed before 2016.
COMMENTARY
For NJ's Menendez, New Corruption Charges Are Deja Vu All Over Again
By Zack Smith, Cully Stimson

Ironically, after Sen. Robert Menendez denounced then-President Trump and others for supposedly being assets of foreign powers, he stands accused of being exactly that.
NEWS
Biden Admin Set to Deport German Family Who Sought Asylum After Being Persecuted for Homeschooling
By Kate Anderson

ICE told a German Christian family that was persecuted for homeschooling their children that they needed to prepare to be deported after living in the U.S. for 15 years.
ANALYSIS
'China's Economy Is the Foundation of Much of Its Power Projection Around World,' Author Says
By Samantha Aschieris

"The NBA and Hollywood studios will self-censor. This is an extension of China's economic power," says Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, author of "Beijing Rules."
COMMENTARY
Lyft's Gift to Gender Ideology's Critics
By Douglas Blair

Lyft recently announced a policy in certain cities called Women+ Connect, where female and so-called nonbinary drivers may prioritize bookings with female and nonbinary riders.
NEWS
Newsom Vetoes Bill Requiring California Parents to Affirm Kids' 'Gender Transitions'
By Tony Kinnett

California Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoes a state measure that would have required parents to "affirm gender transitions" for their children or risk losing custody.
COMMENTARY
ICYMI: With Food Stamps Work Requirement, GOP Budget Takes Important Step
By Rachel Sheffield

House Republicans' new budget resolution takes some important steps to advance reforms in welfare programs, particularly the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as food stamps.
 
     
 
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