Past Features

September 11, 2015

Media Bias Now Embarrassing

Media bias on display
Photo at left is of the most severe 3-mile portion of border fence near San Diego.
Photo at right is typical of real fence near ABP ranch. See what the entire fence looks like. -- September 10, 2015   
Candidates' Immigration Stance Critical To Voters, Gallup Poll Shows
    A new Gallup poll found that one in five U.S. voters won't back a candidate whom they disagree with on immigration.
    Where a 2016 presidential candidate stands on immigration is extremely important to one in five registered U.S. voters, according to a new Gallup poll released Wednesday.
    Twenty percent of respondents said they will only vote for a candidate who shares their views on immigration. An additional 60 percent said a candidate's immigration policies will be one of many important factors taken into account when deciding whom to vote for.
    Aside from President Obama's executive actions that provided amnesty to some 4 million immigrants [What?] currently in the country illegally, the federal government has been unable to pass a comprehensive reform measure, according to the Washington Examiner.

Glenn Spencer -- American Border Patrol
What? Did Obama provide amnesty to 4 million immigrants?
    HNGN is really showing its bias. Not only does it feature a photo of the most severe type of fencing on the border, it says illegal aliens are immigrants and that 4 million have been granted amnesty.
A federal judge in Texas has blocked President Obama 's policy deferring the deportation of millions of undocumented immigrants.
    In a 123-page opinion handed down late Monday, Judge Andrew Hanen ruled that the Department of Homeland Security did not allow public comment on its rules implementing Obama's executive action. He issued a preliminary injunction blocking the administration from implementing the deferred deportment program.
    The White House immediately said that the Justice Department would appeal the decision.