As if Obama’s crusade to prioritize illegals over Americans hasn’t tanked his approval ratings enough, Emperor Obama has tinkered with America’s immigration laws yet again, according to a report from
House Judiciary Committee uses gif-filled listicle to argue against immigration reform. (via judiciary.house.gov, sadly) Are you confused about the enforcement of immigration laws? Would you like the issue mansplained to you using aShow More Summary
Obama is at it again and this time hardly anyone has noticed. He just issued yet another unconstitutional executive order to change our immigration laws by fiat. The indispensable Byron
Every once in a while, a controversial state bill gets a boost in attention and becomes the focus of a national debate. It happened with California’s Prop. 187 in the 1990s, and with Arizona’s SB 1070 in 2010 (both were about immigration). It may be about to happen again with a law in Indiana that […]
Wow, Ted. Why so quiet? You normally have so much to say, yet when confronted by some young immigrants, you turn tail and run. Aren't you proud of your positions? Cruz has opposed laws offering in-state college tuition to the children...Show More Summary
BYRON YORK: Did you know Obama just took new executive action on immigration? “This week President Obama took unilateral executive action — again — to change the nation’s immigration laws. Almost no one noticed. Obama intends to make it easier to bring more foreign guest workers to the United States — likely at significant cost […]
All by way of the higher goal of nailing more employers [Sean Higgins, Washington Examiner; more on the National Labor Relations Board] Tags: immigration law, National Labor Relations Board NLRB to help illegal workers secure visas is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system
There’s a growing number of people in Texas who are standing up for immigration enforcement and the rule of law: Hispanic Americans. While this...
The Nashville Police Department is making national headlines due to a recent, controversial request in regards to immigrants. Apparently, the law enforcement agency feels immigrants should be considered for employment as police officers. Show More Summary
"Washington's attempt to turn this into a policy debate only underscores the dearth of legal arguments to support Defendants' unilateral efforts to hand out government benefits in violation of federal law," they wrote. Christie, whoShow More Summary
A Mexican citizen who pled guilty to violating U.S. immigration law cannot have his sentence overturned because the district court failed to directly reference applicable sentencing guidelines, the Sixth Circuit ruled on Monday. Jose Solano-Rosales was sentenced to supervised release after he pled guilty to entering the U.S. without......
Molly Murphy is a feisty Irish immigrant living in early-1900s New York City, where she solves mysteries and often deals with misogynistic blowhards. I came to reading this mystery series when my late grandmother gave me copies of the first few installments, and I tore through them in a couple of days. Show More Summary
Why should any illegal follow our laws when they know that Obama is going to just excuse their lawbreaking and give them amnesty? And it only follows that illegals are
Baptist leaders in Texas are speaking out against Senate Bill 185, which they claim will force them to violate biblical injunctions about welcoming strangers, Baptist News‘ Ken Camp reports. The bill, introduced by Republican state Senator Charles Perry, would eliminate “sanctuary...
In her debut testimony before Congress yesterday, new Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Sarah Saldaña enthusiastically agreed with Rep. Mick Mulvaney’s (R-S.C.) suggestion that Congress “clarify the law” by forcing state and...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- The director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Thursday that she would support a law to require local law enforcement to hold immigrants for ICE even if they oppose doing so -- seemingly flying in the face ofShow More Summary
Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) has generated controversy for himself, yet again, by proposing that the U.S. government reform immigration laws to actively exclude Muslims who might potentially "want to come and try to impose some variant of Sharia law." On Wednesday evening, Fox's Megyn Kelly pressed the governor a bit on whether such ideas violate fundamental American principles.
A Van Nuys man will serve time in jail after he was convicted of practicing immigration law without a license, the Los Angeles city attorney's office said Wednesday.
The California Supreme court on Monday granted a posthumous law license to a Chinese immigrant who was barred from practicing law in the state 125 years ago because of his race. [ more › ]
Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal said on Monday that the United States is not at war with Islam but "radical Islamic terrorists" as well as how he planned to ban those members of radical Islam from entering the US.