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Obama’s immigration power grab raises serious 7 questions

We should be grateful that the Obama administration is not more decisive and efficient. Otherwise President Obama might be leaping to make a unilateral and unconstitutional revision of immigration laws. Instead, it seems the White House will wait until after the midterm elections to spring its power grab on Americans. Yes, even after getting pummeled […]

Romney Faults Obama for Immigration Crisis

Mitt Romney appeared on WNYM's "The Cats Round Table" with John Catsimatidis today and took on Barack Obama over domestic issues, including immigration. "The President should have enforced our immigration laws from the very beginning. Show More Summary

Would immigration action help or hurt Obama's party this fall?

One question that Washington appears unable to easily answer is whether President Obama's intention to use executive action to change immigration law would help or hurt his party in the midterm election.

FYI: Reality may be about to slap the Democrats and Obama in the face

The problem, of course, is because of their refusal to secure the southern border and enforce immigration law, it will be innocent Americans who will pay the price if such an attack unfolds.   From Judicial Watch via NRO’s “The Corner”: Islamic terrorist groups are operating in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez and […]

Obama Amnesty Excuse Exposed as Fraud: 2012 Deportations Down 50% from G.W. Bush Average

Guest post by Kristinn Taylor Illegal immigrants take the train to America. The Obama administration is floating a rationale through the media that Congress has not provided the resources to enforce immigration laws as justification for the expected pronouncement by … Continue reading ?

Immigration Law Is Even More Corrupt Than You Think

Did you know that if you are rich enough you could just buy a green card?

Law Professor: Illegal Immigrants More Aware Than Feds of Weak Enforcement under Obama

Temple Law professor Jan Ting, one of the country's most prominent immigration law experts, said that illegal immigrants understand better what is going on with the issue than the federal officials charged with enforcing immigration laws. Show More Summary

Amnesty Advocates: Use Ferguson to Portray Immigration Laws, Police as 'Criminal'

Pro-amnesty advocates are attempting to use Michael Brown's death in Ferguson, Missouri, to portray the police and illegal immigration laws as "criminal." Marisa Franco, the director of the "Not1More" campaign at the National Day Laborer...Show More Summary

Beauprez Threatens to Sue Feds if Immigration Laws not Enforced

Speaking on a Denver radio show Tuesday, Colorado gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez threatened to sue the federal government if it doesn't enforce the nation's immigration laws. Asked by KNUS host Steve Kelley whether he'd "buildShow More Summary

Jerry Brown Begins to Grasp the Effects of Liberal Dysgenics

Obama’s refusal to defend the border or enforce immigration law, combined with outlandishly extravagant welfare benefits, provides a strong incentive for the unproductive to pour into our country from the Third World, and to reproduce like rabbits once they are here. Show More Summary

First and Foremost, Border-Children Crisis Is a Civil Courts Crisis

When it comes to the border crisis involving unaccompanied minors seeking entry into the United States, there are plenty of epic failures to go around. You can blame Congress for failing to address immigration laws, you can blame enforcement...Show More Summary

Activist: Obama Could Legally Grant Exec Amnesty to 10 Million Illegals

Pro-amnesty activists and lawyers are pushing Obama to give executive amnesty to up to ten million illegal immigrants. Marielena Hincapie, the executive director of the National Immigration Law Center, told BuzzFeed that by using extreme...Show More Summary

Theory of the coup

(Scott Johnson) Ross Douthat’s New York Times column this past Sunday eloquently warned against Obama’s threatened coup with respect to immigration law. Douthat characterized the action threatened by anonymous White House leakers asShow More Summary

Rep. Cotton: US Border 'in Chaos'

Rep. Tom Cotton (R-AR) declared, “We have a crisis at our border. It's in chaos” on Tuesday’s broadcast of “Your World with Neil Cavuto” on the Fox News Channel. “The president two years ago suspended the immigration laws as it relates...Show More Summary

Sessions: Lawless Obama About to 'Eviscerate' Immigration Law

Tuesday in an abbreviated pro forma session of the U.S. Senate, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) called out President Barack Obama's reported plan to grant amnesty to up to 5 to 6 million illegal immigrants already living in the United States. Show More Summary

Coulter: 'The Media Is Lying' About Immigration Law at Southern Border

On Saturday’s “Justice w/Judge Jeanine,” conservative commentator Ann Coulter discussed the ongoing crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, in which tens of thousands of unaccompanied youth from Central America have crossed into the United States. Show More Summary

Debunking the “anti-immigrant” and “anti-Hispanic” labels

Is it fair to use the labels “anti-immigrant” and “anti-Hispanic” to describe individuals and groups who support the faithful execution of United States immigration law, and who solely express their opposition to illegal immigration? By any measure, the use of such labels is not only inaccurate, but dishonest and actually offensive. read more

The Conservatives Peddling Amnesty (and Teddy Bears) for the 'Refugees'

George Will and Hugh Hewitt, despite the mounting evidence that almost no Democrat will enforce existing immigration laws, are still plugging amnesty for the latest wave of illegal aliens.

Responding to Obama’s immigration edicts

Ubiquitous media reports indicate the president is preparing to declare he in essence will not faithfully executive certain immigration laws for certain groups of people — millions in total, perhaps — because Congress won’t do what he wants. This from a former constitutional law instructor. One would hope that elected officials of both parties and public figure […]

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