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"Maybe every Muslim immigrant that wishes to come to France shouldn’t have an open door," Rand Paul said. "France has been a target for many, many years," Ron Paul said, "because they’ve been involved in foreign affairs in Libya."
"We had a flood of children coming across the border, once again, proving that no good immigration bill can pass until we have real border security. Big things in Wash. take bipartisan majorities. The issue of immigration, only way to do it and, frankly, the right way to do it is to do it in a broad, bipartisan way."
Sheltering minors who enter the U.S. illegally is a big business – and Uncle Sam is paying the bill with your tax dollars.
This just may be the best debate on illegal immigration and border security you'll ever see. We urge you to watch this video, sign our "Secure the Border First" letter to Congress and forward it to your friends.
When immigration judges constantly postpone determinations and give so-called asylum seekers as many as three years to come back you know giving Obama the power to appoint more immigration judges will not stop the invasion of our southern border.
A free pass to American citizenship, an American taxpayer-funded education and healthcare and all the privileges and benefits of living in this country legally are about the biggest incentive for coming here illegally that you could offer to people living in Central America, China and other major sources of illegal border crossers.
Silicon Valley is counting on Kevin McCarthy to win the House GOP Majority Leader race today. He has reinforced a need for high-skilled foreign workers, promoted free trade and helped push through a patent bill last year that the Big Tech Billionaires desired.
Adding insult to injury, a group of far left immigration amnesty activists stormed Eric Cantor’s election night headquarters after his loss to Dave Brat.
How can the GOP start winning larger shares of non-white voters? Reforming the immigration system might not be the answer. Why not? Because reforming the nation's immigration laws could very well create a whole bunch of new Dems, including in some key swing states.
John Boehner theatrically mocked his fellow Republican Congressmen for being afraid to reform immigration policy. "Here's the attitude. Ohhhh. Don't make me do this. Ohhhh.
Democrats harness the power of their base to advance the cause of their ideology and party platform. Republican leaders, on the other hand, are at war with their party’s platform.
Sen. John McCain said that immigrants living in the United States illegally are not going home, and that the U.S. has no practical way of forcing them to leave. "They're not going home. And so why don't we give them a path to citizenship," McCain asked.
Now it appears that, after the conservative firestorm over Bush’s “act of love” remarks, Bush is reverting to type and talking out of both sides of his mouth on amnesty for illegal aliens.
The rule of law is replaced by the subjective judgment of politicians.
The American Legion is suddenly a player in the immigration fight because it has come out in opposition to a minor, but critical amendment to the draft '15 defense bill. The amendment would allow illegal immigrants to get slots in the U.S. military that are sought by American volunteers.
Eric Cantor sought to distance himself from entreaties by Obama to pass amnesty through the House, blasting Obama in a statement to the press about a phone call the two shared this afternoon on immigration. Be cautious: it might just be more Kabuki Theater from Conator.
Sen. Jeff Sessions said the new House immigration policy that Cantor endorsed would provide a new incentive for individuals in foreign nations to illegally immigrate to the U.S. and sends a message that the nation's immigration laws won't be enforced.
"Immigrants, particularly Hispanics and Asians, have policy preferences more closely aligned with progressives than with conservatives."
Rand Paul said that Jeb was inarticulate when he described immigrants who come to the U.S. illegally as committing an "act of love." Paul said that those immigrants "are not bad people" but added the U.S. "can't invite the whole world" inside its borders.
For anyone who really wants to end illegal immigration and preserve our sovereignty, the solution is not an enigma. All we have to do is actually implement the border and interior enforcement mechanisms that both R's and D's claim to support.