Let Republican zealots call for Armageddon, but President Obama last night said clearly, "To those members of Congress who question my authority to make our immigration system work better, or question the wisdom of me acting where Congress...Show More Summary
Amnesty supporter. Republicans don't want to talk much about immigration policy or the substance of what President Obama announced Thursday night. But every now and then, they have to say a little something to describe the reason for their most recent claims that Obama is acting as a dictator. Show More Summary
The GOP response to President Obama’s immigration announcement last night? Filing that House GOP lawsuit against the administration over Obamacare. Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) announced the filing on Friday, lambasting Obama for having...Show More Summary
Ilya Shapiro In an excellent speech combining reasoned policy arguments, appeals to American ideals, touching anecdotes, and well-selected Scripture, President Obama launched significant positive reforms to an immigration (non-)system that I’ve long called the worst part of the U.S. Show More Summary
House Republicans have filed a lawsuit against President Obama over his healthcare law, Speaker John Boehner announced Friday, making good on a resolution passed in July.
Last night, President Obama took a bold step worthy of a great President and invited 5 million immigrants to "come out of the shadows." Hopefully, once the new Congress is sworn in, he'll be equally courageous in vetoing the bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) You can tell that Investor’s Business Daily editorial page editor/editorial cartoonist Michael Ramirez has attended to President Obama’s many disavowals of the authority he wielded last night. In the cartoon below that...Show More Summary
Well, that didn't take long. The woman, who was identified as April Lenhart, 23, of Mount Morris, Michigan, was taking part in a demonstration along the north fence line of the White House complex when plainclothes Secret Service agents spotted a...
At a Friday morning press conference, Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner denounced President Obama's executive orders on immigration and vowed to do... something. Said Boehner: We will not stand idle as the president undermines the rule of law in our country and places lives at risk... Show More Summary
"I forgot my BlackBerry," President Obama yells to reporters as he boards Marine One.
After months of cryptic messages ostensibly in support of new open Internet rules (a policy colloquially known as “net neutrality”), on November 10th, President Obama issued a formal policy statement on the Federal Communications Commission’s (“FCC’s” or the “Commission’s”) Open Internet Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“NPRM”). Show More Summary
In a statement released Friday morning, Speaker of the House John Boehner slams President Obama’s executive amnesty, calling it a sabotage of bipartisan efforts and a punishment for those who’ve followed the legal path to citizenship. Show More Summary
Questions have been raised about the legality of the executive actions recently taken by President Obama in the domain of immigration policy. A group of legal and constitutional scholars, from such institutions as Harvard, Yale, Chicago, and Columbia, have looked into this question. Show More Summary
White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer laughed as CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asked him about the “snub” from the broadcast networks, who chose not to air President Obama’s address on immigration. Pfeiffer’s response was blunt: “this is 2014. Show More Summary
There are questions about whether President Obama's immigration plan is legal. There are questions about whether it's good policy. And then there are questions about whether it's smart politics. On the latter point, I'd say that Obama...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama appealed to the Good Book on Thursday evening when he addressed the nation regarding his executive order on immigration amnesty.
House Republicans have filed a lawsuit against President Obama’s Affordable Care Act, accusing Obama of abusing his executive authority.
Speaker John A. Boehner addressed President Obama's immigration actions.
This morning’s New York Post cover features President Obama’s “Bamnesty,” pointing out that thanks to Obama, anybody can come to America.
Last night, President Obama issued the most broadest reaching action on immigration in 30 years. Last night he announced an executive action that offers temporary legal status for over 4 million undocumented people living in the United States. This action relieves them of the threat of deportation. In a speech given last night, President Obama noted […]