Gang of Eight

Ayotte Loves Amnesty; Debate Begins

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

Ayotte will be the Senate's 5th GOP ‘yes’ vote as focus turns to the dubious Cornyn border revision.

Immigration Bill Hinges on Rubio

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Sources say the bill will pass or fail based on Democrats’ acceptance of Rubio’s amendments.

Odds Grow Longer for Amnesty

Scott Rasmussen, GOP USA

Voters still favor some sort of legalization, but they also demand that the border be secured first.

Repubs Rebelling Against Amnesty

Beth Reinhard, National Journal

There are mounting signs that conservatives are not buying the spin despite Marco Rubio’s efforts.

Ryan Endorses House Immigration Bill

The Hill

Why does PRyan endorse the bad House amnesty bill when a former immigration lawyer rejected it?

Beware of the Amnesty Rope-a-Dope

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

Senators Marco Rubio and John Cornyn argue that security is being enhanced. Don’t believe them.

Congressman Labrador Finally Gets Real On Immigration "Reform"

What the current Democratic push for amnesty for illegal immigrants is really all about is adding more poor people – as many as 30 million over the next decade – to the American population. Poor people who will become customers of the ever-growing Democratic welfare state, and eventually become the voters who will ensure its survival well into the next century.

Rubio Says He May Not Vote for It

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Sen. Marco Rubio said the amnesty bill would not pass without changes, and he wouldn’t support it.

Gang Can’t Defend Their Own Bill

Phyllis Schlafly, GOP USA

S.744 can never be amended into good legislation; it is thoroughly bad and incredibly costly.

McConnell Plays the Tool on Amnesty

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

MM voted for Amnesty in 1986 and is practically rolling out the red carpet now for the Gang’s bill.

Amnesty Bill Lacks 60 Needed Votes

David Drucker, Washington Examiner

Border security concerns will likely force it to be partially rewritten to win Senate approval.

Filmmaker Bashes Immigration Bill

Ginni Thomas, Daily Caller

Dennis Michael Lynch knows a lot about illegal immigration and shares it with Ginni Thomas.

Amnesty = More Affirmative Action

John T. Bennett, American Thinker

Pro-amnesty Repubs must show groups with a racial victim mindset will reject racial preferences.

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.

Will Rubio Bolt The Gang Of Eight Amnesty Bill?

Call Senator Marco Rubio (the Capitol Switchboard is 1-866-220-0044) and urge him to bolt the Gang of Eight if S. 744 doesn’t deal with the fundamental issues conservatives are concerned about -- such as no “legalization” of illegal immigrants until the border is verified as secure and no access to entitlements before citizenship. Ask him: Are you prepared to vote “NO” on final passage in the Senate if conservative concerns about S. 744 are not addressed?

Immigration Questions to Ask Rubio

W. James Antle III, Daily Caller

There are a number of things House conservatives should be asking when the Gang bill arrives.

Security Precautions for Immigration

Sen. Rand Paul, Washington Times

Congress must stop malicious immigrants from entering the U.S. as part of immigration reform.

Conservatives: Backlash is Coming

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Once the amnesty bill hits the Senate floor, the public will show its true feelings on the proposal.

The Gang of 8’s Electoral Fraud

Patrick Brennan, National Review Online

It’s not time for the GOP to panic and abandon its base in hopes of attracting more Hispanic voters.

Only You Can Stop The Rubio Amnesty Bill

Democratic Senate Leader Harry Reid thinks he has eight Republican votes for amnesty. The only way to stop the Obama -- Rubio amnesty bill is through overwhelming grassroots pressure. Call your Senators at 1-866-220-0044 and demand they vote "NO" on S. 744. Then sign our letter to Senator Marco Rubio and urge your friends and followers on social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter, to do the same.