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Get Judges And Private Organizations Out Of Refugee Resettlement

The notion that an unelected federal judge could order the President and Congress to admit a given number of foreigners and order the States to support with welfare and education benefits however many refugees a private organization chose to send them defies so many constitutional limits that it is hard to even begin to count them.

Kuwait Needs Economic Reform, But Democracy May Say No

Kuwait is one of the freest nations in the Persian Gulf, as well as one of America’s best friends. Yet its “liberalish” governance, as one Kuwaiti colleague described it, ironically impedes the adoption of market-oriented economic reforms necessary for the country’s prosperity.

How Dr. Ben Carson can heal the wounds of Obama's racism

Helping our inner city poor effects our entire nation.  Done properly, helping the poor builds their self-esteem, provides opportunities and reduces costly welfare programs.  Equally important, it can remove HUD from meddling in local government and jeopardizing property rights.

Failed Catholic Church Leaders Are the Problem

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
The false narrative being spread to the Catholic faithful that capitalism is wrong is the fault of the leadership of the Catholic Church that has increasingly become a left-leaning ideological mouthpiece instead of fulfilling its role of providing spiritual guidance consistent with the Bible.

65% of Children Live in Households on Fed. Aid

Terence P. Jeffrey, CNS News

How to be dependent on government is now one of the earliest life lessons America is teaching nearly a supermajority of children.

Obama Plans Public Benefits For Illegals

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Illegal aliens who get Obama’s likely forthcoming exec. amnesty will have immediate access to welfare and other public benefits, according to a new report from the Federation of American Immigration Reform (FAIR). 

Dancing With Corporatists

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

Riding the tigers of race and immigration can only end horribly. What would be helpful is a frank discussion of the left’s intention to change the founding principles of America from freedom and liberty to race and class warfare.

Opportunity, Not Entitlements, Is the Path Forward

Dr. Ben S. Carson, Washington Times

Obama is wrong that raising minimum wage will fix income inequality.

What a Conservative Social Safety Net Would Look Like – Part 2 of 4

In today's article about effective conservative messaging writer Ben Hart says the free market cannot solve all problems.Follow Hart's reasoning through all four segments of the article and tell us what you think.

Rubio’s Strategy Disappointed Many

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Though the Senator’s plan ultimately passed, he sure burned a lot of bridges in order to get there.

Rand Paul Works House on Amnesty

Breanna Edwards, Politico

Paul couldn’t stop the damage in the Senate, so he’s moved to the House to make an impact.

Potential 2016 GOP Candidates Split

Alexandra Jaffe, The Hill

Of course Marco Rubio was for it, but Senators Ted Cruz and Rand Paul voted an emphatic “no.”

Amnesty Clears; What Will House Do?

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

The 68-32 vote, (14 Repubs joined all 54 Dems) in support of amnesty. Will Boehner try to stop it?

Immigration Amnesty: The Econ Killer

Steve McCann, American Thinker

Bye bye, jobs. Hello, banana republic.

You Lie!

Michael Giere, Faquier Free Citizen

The Senate amnesty bill is just the latest mega-bill spurious political elites are forcing on us.

Boehner Warned by Conservatives

Susan Ferrechio, Washington Examiner

House conservatives say Boehner’s out as Speaker if he brings Democrat-favored amnesty to the floor.

Sorry Marco, You’ve Lost Our Trust

"You can’t unring a bell.” In the future, Senator Rubio may fight alongside conservatives for “real tax reform, lowering the debt, balancing our budget, reducing regulations, rolling back job-killing environmental policies and repealing the disaster of Obamacare,” and to defend “the sanctity of life and traditional marriage,” but it won’t be as a trusted ally.

Does the GOP Really Need Amnesty?

Sean Trende, Real Clear Politics

In Part II of the series, Trende demonstrates the GOP can remain a national party without amnesty.

The GOP’s Immigration Debacle

Jonah Goldberg, National Review Online

Democrats are falling into line on immigration, but Republicans are in no mood to follow orders.

77% Oppose Welfare for Immigrants

Conn Carroll, Washington Examiner

A recent poll revealed Americans’ strong distaste for putting newcomers on the public dole.