Capitol Report (Feb. 23): Biden’s Immigration Policy Under Scrutiny

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
February 23, 2022Capitol Report
Capitol Report (Feb. 23): Biden’s Immigration Policy Under Scrutiny
President Joe Biden speaks about the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, at the Shipyards in Lorain, Ohio, on Feb. 17, 2022. (Ken Blaze/AP Photo)

The White House is trying to send a message to Russia by allowing sanctions on the parent company of Nord Stream 2. Tensions continue to escalate, and lawmakers are urging President Joe Biden to get approval before deploying any U.S. troops directly to Ukraine.

With Ukraine on the brink of war, we wanted to know how this conflict differs from when Russia’s Vladimir Putin invaded Crimea during the Obama administration in 2014. Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Darin Gaub is here to discuss.

Some National Guard troops will be deployed to Washington to help with traffic control next week, right before U.S. trucker convoys are set to protest against vaccine mandates in the capital area.

The two prosecutors in charge of the criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump have suddenly resigned Wednesday, throwing the future of the probe into question.

The Supreme Court Wednesday heard a dispute over a Trump-era immigration policy, as sheriffs across the country are demanding transparency over illegal immigrants coming into their communities.

With the world focused on Russia and Ukraine, the Chinese Communist Party continues to calculate its plan for global dominance. How might they use this conflict to advance their goal?

Last year, Americans lost more than $5.8 billion over consumer fraud.

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