Immigration reform

Has Rubio Become Charlie Crist?

Jonathon Moseley, American Thinker

Rubio’s forgotten how broken promises offend conservatives. He’s become the man he beat.

Call Your Congressman: Senate Immigration Bill A Failure Says CBO

Despite the failure of S. 744 to actually accomplish, at best, half its purported goal – millions of illegal aliens will get amnesty if S. 744, or anything like it, were to pass the House and be signed into law by President Obama.  Between now and July 10, call your Congressman’s office (Capitol switchboard is 1-866-220-0044) and tell them to OPPOSE bringing S. 744, the Obama – Rubio immigration amnesty bill, to the House floor. Tell them you want border security, not amnesty for illegal aliens.

Tea Party Taking on Immigration

Fox News Staff

Tea Partiers will leverage the ability to threaten lawmakers who lean toward amnesty with a primary challenge. 

RPaul Sees Amnesty Bill’s Fatal Flaw

James Mayse, The Messenger-Inquirer

The fact that the Senate's amnesty bill doesn't secure our border first will bring its demise.

Amnesty's Citizenship: It’s a Trap

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

Bad legislation is worse than the status quo. Why aren’t we bashing them with their bad bill?

Tea Party Protests LGraham Vote

Caitlin MacNeal, Huffington Post

"We're tired of him being so wishy washy. We want a real conservative,” a Tea Partier said. Us too!

Petition to Secure Our Borders First

To:
The Honorable John Boehner, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
All members of U.S. House of Representatives Republican Conference

Secure Our Borders First!

Conservative Consensus: Marco Rubio Has Lost Our Trust

In the aftermath of Florida’s Republican Senator Marco Rubio’s star role as the face of the Obama-backed “Gang of Eight” amnesty for illegal aliens bill, the consensus among conservative leaders is that Rubio has lost the trust of the conservative grassroots.

Does Christianity Demand Open Borders For America?

Social conservatives with roots in the evangelical community should take a hard look at the source of funding for the EIT, National Immigration Forum, Sojourners, and other advocates of cheap labor, open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens and ask themselves if this isn’t exactly the spiritual dilemma and answer proposed in Matthew 6:24.

Senate Must READ Amnesty Bill FIRST

Daniel Halper, The Weekly Standard

Kristol chides the Senate on rushing the vote. “Let them and us read it first.”

Sessions Slams O’Reilly on Amnesty

Caroline May, Daily Caller

The TV host’s sudden switch of position earned him rancor from the Senate’s outspoken opponent.

Coulter Waits for ‘Rubio-free’ Senate

Tal Kopan, Politico

Ann Coulter articulated what many conservatives are thinking these days, feeling betrayed by Rubio.

Does the GOP Really Need Amnesty?

Sean Trende, Real Clear Politics

Objective analysis shows that the GOP can remain a viable national party without pandering.

How GOP Immigration Victory Looks

Fawn Johnson, National Journal

The House’s push for increased border security will give R’s a win whether or not the bill passes.

Panicky Reid Pushes Border Vote

Ramsey Cox, The Hill

Reid wants a Monday vote on the bad border compromise before voters grasp that it’s lame.

IMMIGRATION SCAM EXPOSED

M. Stanton Evans' critique of the Gang of Eight immigration bill, and exposure of the liberal interest groups behind Senator Marco Rubio’s attempt to scam conservatives into supporting it, should carry special weight with movement conservatives.

1986

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

That’d be the title to a new Orwell book, showing how 27-year old promises weren’t kept on amnesty.

Ted Cruz Admits to “Obamaphobia”

Tal Kopan, Politico

Sen. Cruz turned the label on critics, saying the president stands in the way of immigration reform.

House Favors Piecemeal Approach

Russell Berman, The Hill

In contrast to the Senate, the Republican House will tackle immigration reform one bit at a time.

What Conservatives Are Trying to Conserve

In the final installment of "Why I'm A Conservative, Not A Libertarian," Writer Ben Hart says he's a "William F. Buckley, Jr. conservative" and argues that what conservatives are trying to conserve is nothing less than what has made America exceptional in world history. Please tell us what you think by posting your comments or submitting your rebuttal to chqeditor[at]gmail[dot]com.