43% of Democrats say Obama should ignore court rulings.
Tag Archives: Immigration Law
Should Obama Ignore the Federal Courts?, Rasmussen Reports
The government was to begin accepting amnesty applications this week.
Even if it does not overturn executive amnesty, it may delay it by months.
ID information for NYC illegals would be destroyed if a conservative takes office.
End H-1B Visa Program’s Abuse, Los Angeles Times
LA Times says the program displaces American workers.
Immigration agents now must act as immigrant advocates.
So Mexicans can come live in the United States.
Anti-H-1B Senator to Head Immigration Panel, Computer World
Jeff Sessions will head the Senate immigration subcommittee.
House Immigration Plan Slammed, Spends $10b and Deports No Illegals, Washington Examiner
First bill in “piecemeal” approach is only a small piece.
Could States Kill Obama’s Executive Amnesty?, National Review
We’ll know by January 30th.
Only the Spanish version said GOP wants “permanent solutions” to immigration.
Don’t Give Up the Fight, National Review
National Review suggests a effective approach to blocking amnesty.
Their bill to defund Obama’s amnesty is not expected to pass the Senate.
They will try to withhold funding for amnesty.
Judge says Obama’s action goes “beyond prosecutorial discretion.”
Republicans are still thirsty for cheap labor.
Substantive opposition to executive amnesty will not come until January.
House Republicans Ready Plan to Avoid a Government Shutdown, New York Times
It would temporarily fund Obama’s executive amnesty.
The measure would have cut immigration from 80,000 to 16,000 per year.
Hispanics want to cover illegals.
Kris Kobach to file suit against executive amnesty.
What Amnesty Has Already Done to America, Universal Free Press
The terrible legacy of the last amnesty.
Former prime minister says Brtain’s chances of leaving EU are “just under 50 percent.”
No Surrender on Immigration, Politico
Sen. Sessions gives the plan for fighting executive amnesty.
Obama May Cut Deportations, Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal reports on specific plans.
Promise made the day after tens of thousands rallied against immigration.
He has the Republicans’ best interests in mind.
Obama administration undermines even its own enforcement priorities.
More Jails Refuse to Hold Inmates for Federal Immigration Authorities, Los Angeles Times
More criminal illegals are being released instead of deported.
It’s one way infected West Africans could make it to the US.
Obama wants to bring thousands more . . . legally.
Some think it’s because the national GOP is preparing to sell-out on amnesty.
“. . . and he’s going to do an awful lot.”
Was probably ousted for not pushing through amnesty.
US Court Rules Foreign Victims of Domestic Violence Can Seek Asylum, Telegraph (London)
Yet another way to get into the country.
Don’t Give the Masters of the Universe Their Amnesty, National Review
Jeff Sessions hammers the “powerful interest groups” now pushing for executive amnesty.
Obama says he will act after the elections, but before year’s end.
He may argue Congress hasn’t allocated enough money for immigration enforcement.
“I would compare it to a kid asking his parents for Christmas [presents].”
Claims Americans love foreign high-tech workers.
DHS Saw No Option but to Free 169 Illegals Convicted of Murder, Washington Times
Their own countries refuse to take them back.
Obama Weighs Broader Move on Legal Immigration, Huffington Post
Businesses want executive action for more green cards.
Unilateral amnesty before the elections could hurt Obama’s fellow Democrats.
But more Americans think Democrats will do a better job on immigration.
Stop the Coming Obamnesty!, Townhall
Pat Buchanan points out the real consequences of amnesty.
House GOP Resurrects Border Bill, Predicts Successful Friday Vote, Washington Times
Bill would halt DACA, but is mostly symbolic.
The sex-trafficking law applies only to young immigrants with no relatives in the US.
Eleven states and DC give licenses to illegals.
GOP Leaders Revive Democrats’ Amnesty Hopes, Daily Caller
Harry Reid sees “an opening” for a legislative conference on amnesty.