Senate Immigration Amnesty Bill

Chuck Norris Takes On Marco Rubio

Florida Senator Marco Rubio, whose advocacy of the Senate’s hated Gang of Eight amnesty for illegal aliens bill knocked him out of the top level of contention in the CHQ straw poll and national polls, tied with write-in candidate actor and Second Amendment advocate Chuck Norris with one vote in the week’s CHQ Republican presidential straw poll balloting.

Standing on Conservative Principle is Silly

Senator Corker claims he opposes Obamacare, but supports spending money to implement it.

Senator Robert Corker is playing by the typical Capitol Hill rules of say one thing, while actually doing another. Grassroots conservatives don't buy the idea that you can be opposed to Obamacare, but in favor of giving Obama the money to implement it.

56% Want Secure Borders, Not Amnesty

John Nolte, Breitbart

Contrary to the mainstream media, a poll states that a majority want a secure border before amnesty bills. 

Rubio’s Staff Tells Us He’s No Movement Conservative

If you sift through Senator’s Rubio’s staff and consultants you’d be hard pressed to find many who have strong roots in the Tea Party or conservative movement. Who you walk with tells me a lot about who you are, and who Marco Rubio walks with every day in his Capitol Hill office explains a lot about who he has become since reaching Washington DC.

Boehner-Reid Amnesty Deal?

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Conservatives fear Boehner may rubber-stamp Dems' amnesty bill in a backroom deal w/ Reid.

Amnesty Bill Okays Passport Forgeries

Alissa Tabirian, CNS News

McCain doesn't even know that the Sen. immigration bill allows a person to forge up to 3 passports. 

Why Rubio Should Hate Amnesty Bill

David Gibberman, Daily Caller

If Rubio ever reads the bill, he’ll discover that it’s toothless. Here are 10 reasons why it’s pointless.

Is Paul Ryan Joining Marco Rubio In Committing Amnesty Political Suicide?

Rep. Paul Ryan Should Listen to Conservatives and Reject Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants

We welcome Rep. Paul Ryan to the debate on how best to apply conservative principles to immigration reform – something that eluded Senator Rubio. However, if Ryan wants to avoid Marco Rubio’s fate he must begin by publicly and forcefully rejecting the corruption, pork and special interest favors of S. 744.