Immigration reform

Obama Immigration Delay=60,000 Deportation By Nov.

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

Nearly 60,000 immigrants will be deported before Nov. elections if the gov't holds its pace. Obama’s decision to put off any action until after midterm elections was mocked by Repubs.

Boehner Slams Obama for 'Raw Politics'

By Laura Barron-Lopez, The Hill

Speaker John Boehner said President Obama's decision to hold off executive action on immigration until after the midterms "smacks of raw politics." Boehner said there would never be a "right" time for Obama to "declare amnesty by executive action."

Chris Christie: I Won’t State My Immigration Stance Unless I Run In '16

Ashley Killough, CNN

While Christie has repeatedly criticized President Obama for his handling of security enforcement at the U.S.-Mexico border, the governor has yet to detail his own position on legislation reform.

King: Obama's Already Violating The Law

Caroline May, Breitbart

Obama is already not sticking to the law, so why would lawmakers trust Obama enough to move forward with immigration reform next year, Iowa Repub. Steve King wondered in reaction to Speaker John Boehner’s recent comments leaving the door open for immigration reform next year. 

Obama Invents Rights For Illegals

Rick Moran, American Thinker

Another "positive right" found nowhere in the U.S. Constitution.

Will Obama Throw Repubs. Into the Briar Patch on Amnesty?

Leon H. Wolf, Red State

Obama’s plan to slow deportations (and subsequently declare amnesty via executive order) unilaterally gives Repub. candidates another powerful arrow in their quiver, given that this policy in general is broadly unpopular with Repubs. and Independents and wouldn't even serve to motivate his party’s base.

Immigration Group: Surge Will Cost Schools $761 Mill.

Susan Ferrechio, Washington Examiner

Tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors from Central America who have recently crossed into the United States will cost state and local governments a staggering $761 million dollars this year, a group that favors immigration reduction has calculated.

Is U.S. Ready for the Next Big Central American Crisis?

Silvio Canto, Jr., American Thinker

There is another crisis about to explode in Central America and it could mean that many more will try to come north.

Right Fumes as Business Backs Obama's Immigration Exec. Action

Sean Higgins, Washington Examiner

Some of the nation's largest business groups say they are likely to back Obama's plans to take executive action on a new comprehensive immigration policy, a further sign of the widening fracture between the Republican Party and one of its biggest groups of supporters.

Rubio's New Tune on Immigration

Peter Sullivan, The Hill

Rubio was a leading champion of the comprehensive immigration reform bill that passed the Senate last year. But in a letter to Obama and a series of media interviews this week, he clarified that he now favors additional measures to secure the border before there is even talk of a pathway to legal status for illegals.    

Obama Hopes Illegal Immigration Is Out of Sight Out of Mind

We've got some polling data from top pollster Kellyanne Conway at The Polling Company that the establishment media, Big Business and President Obama don't want you to see because it shows they've been lying about illegal immigration from the git go.

Obama's Focus On Border Crisis Angers African-Americans

Todd Beamon, NewsMax

Obama's attention to the illegal immigration crisis, which could lead him to issue orders to delay deportations and grant work permits to as many as 6 million migrants, has outraged African-Americans. Many blacks are angry that he has neglected the problems facing inner cities while working on the border crisis.

1k TX Guards Head to Border, Mission Unclear

Richard Berkow, BizPac Review

Rick Perry announced that he's deploying 1,000 TX Nat'l Guard troops to the border as a “force multiplier,” but the scope of their mission and level of authority remain a secret. The Guardsmen are destined to support the TX Dep't of Public Safety, as they cope with the influx of illegal immigrants.

What Are Illegal Aliens Costing Schools In Your Neighborhood?

More than 37,000 children unaccompanied by parents are estimated to have crossed our southern border this year adding at least $4.74 billion to the burden on America's taxpayers.

Feds Won't Tell TX Schools How Many Illegal Kids to Expect

Kristin Tate, Breitbart

TX taxpayers will likely be on the hook for approximately $45Mill. to educate the wave of Central Am. children who entered the U.S. illegally. Thousands of unaccompanied minors are expected. But the TX Educ. Agency is unable to plan for them--the fed. gov't hasn't revealed the number of foreigners to expect.

Boehner's Hollow Rebuke Of Obama: Do Your Job

Speaker John Boehner, Politico

"President Obama faces a choice: He can work with Congress to deal with the tough issues, or he can go it alone and cement a legacy of increased polarization, partisanship and lawlessness."

Why Doesn’t Boehner’s Lawsuit Mention Immigration?

Our friend Andrew C. McCarthy, author of Faithless Execution: Building the Political Case for Obama’s Impeachment asks the fundamental question about Boehner's lawsuit against Obama: Why doesn't it include any mention of Obama's failure to enforce our immigration and border security laws?

What I Saw During Our Vote To Secure The Border

Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Red State

"The House took the correct action to pass an immigration bill to address the crisis on the southern border. We took the correct action to freeze a program that was put in place by executive memo of Obama. This President caused the border crisis." 

Alexander Claims He Voted to 'End Amnesty,' Against Obama Immigration Bill

Michael Warren, Weekly Standard

TN Sen. Lamar Alexander is making his final pitch to primary voters with a radio ad in which he claims he has voted to "end amnesty" for illegal immigrants. Alexander has been hit hard on the issue of immigration by his chief GOP challenger, Joe Carr, ahead of Thursday's primary.

Timeline: Border Surge Began Right After O's 1st Exec Action on Immigration

John Sexton, Breitbart

Obama's exec. actions on immigration did not begin with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in mid-2012. It began in 2011 with his announcement of "prosecutorial discretion" on deportations. A few months later the border patrol noted the first uptick in unaccompanied children at the border.