amnesty for illegal aliens

Cantor Supports Amnesty, Not Before His Primary

Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

"Eric Cantor," David Brat said, "seemed content to allow our military to be used as a vehicle for granting amnesty to illegal immigrants until he saw my primary challenge and principled conservatives stand on Amnesty. Conservative constituents are overwhelmingly opposed to Amnesty but their voice was ignored."

Reid: Obama May Have to Act on Immigration

Seung Min Kim, Politico

Harry Reid said that the Obama administration will have to act alone on stemming deportations if the House doesn’t move on immigration reform by August's end. Dems think BHO has the capacity to move further in executive orders "to protect innocent people from deportation.”

US Chamber's Amnesty Push Splits GOP Primary in NJ

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

Conservative Steve Lonegan said that GOP-E's Tom MacArthur won the US Chamber’s support by agreeing to back the “comprehensive immigration reform” plan, which would increase levels of immigration. “You have to answer ‘yes’ to that question to get that endorsement,” Lonegan said.

Boehner's Big Immigration Decision

Russell Berman, The Hill

After failing to seal a “grand bargain” with Obama on cutting the federal deficit, Boehner may see immigration as his opportunity for an achievement that would define his tenure in office of which he's hinted may be coming to an end.

Which Amnesty Promise Will Eric Cantor Keep?

Less than a month ago, Eric Cantor made a “pledge” to Congressman Jeff Denham of California to help him push through his ENLIST Act to grant illegal aliens citizenship in return for service in the US armed forces. But after voters sent Cantor message by throwing out his handpicked 7th district Republican chairman it looks like Cantor has switched sides.

Is It True, Mr. Speaker?

We said back in November of last year Speaker Boehner, Eric Cantor, Kevin McCarthy, Cathy McMorris Rogers and the rest of the House Republican “leadership” could not be trusted on immigration and Valerie Jarrett’s remarks to the global elite gathered at the SkyBridge Alternatives Conference in Las Vegas show we were right.

GOP-E: We'll Move Immigration Reform if We Regain Sen.

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Marco Rubio, a member of the Senate Gang of 8 that passed a comprehensive reform bill last year, said he'd craft a better legis. approach if R's control in '15. Grassley agreed. D's threaten that if the House doesn't pass comp. reform now the issue'll be dead in '15-'16, sinking the GOP among Hispanics.

Exposing Tea Party Express Co-Founder's Amnesty Ties

Tea Party Express' co-founder Sal Russo now says he supports amnesty for illegal aliens -- a total reversal of his organization's position. This is not that surprising when one considers his background and strong establishment ties.

Here’s How The GOP Can Win The White House

If Republicans want to restore voter enthusiasm and rebuild a winning national coalition they must start by following Senator Jeff Sessions’ advice to tell people who think they can buy bad policy with money and contributions to go jump in the lake. 

Jeb: Opposing Amnesty Makes No Sense To Me

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Jeb Bush courted Wall Street donors on Mon., saying "I have a hard time understanding why people are fearful of our own heritage, our own history," He suggested legalization would help the economy.

Chamber of Commerce To GOP: Pass Immigration Reform Or Sit Out 2016

Elise Foley, Huffington Post

U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue promised to keep pushing for immigration reform, quipping that the GOP should just stay home in the next presidential election if it doesn't address the issue.

Murderers, Rapists, Kidnappers: 36k+ Criminal Illegals Released In '13

Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

Nearly 200 murderers, over 400 rapists, and 300 kidnappers in the U.S. illegally were released by Immigration and Customs Enforcement while awaiting deportation proceedings, according to a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies.

Obama Using Pen to Override Congress in Push for Amnesty

Benjamin Goad, The Hill

The administration has moved via executive branch authority on numerous fronts in recent days to improve access to education for illegal immigrants and loosen visa restrictions for some foreign workers.

Sessions: O’s Guest Worker Plan Cuts 100,000 Jobs for Americans

Pete Kasperowicz, The Blaze

Sen. Jeff Sessions blasted an Obama administration proposal to create up to 100,000 more guest worker permits for the spouses of foreign workers, calling it a plan that would keep 100,000 Americans from finding jobs.

So Does Iowa's Joni Ernst Support Amnesty?

Iowa GOP Senate candidate Joni Ernst is trying to sell herself as a conservative, but her record and endorsements are looking more and more like another career politician who will be a vote for the Chamber of Commerce on amnesty, Common Core and the rest of the whole Big Government – Big Business agenda.

Boehner’s Mixed Messages on Immigration: Blames R's, Then Obama

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

House Speaker John Boehner has emerged as the key figure of immigration reform legislation this year, and he has sent dramatically mixed signals about whether Congress will approve a bill.

Right Fights Back on Immigration

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Conservative activists have launched an election-year effort to get Republicans to sign a pledge that renounces Obama's immigration reform movement. 

FLORIDA SENATE CLEARS WAY FOR DREAM ACT

Tony Lee, Breitbart

The Repub.-controlled FL Senate passed Florida's version of the DREAM Act (HB 851), giving in-state tuition rates to illegal immigrants who've completed 3 years of school in Florida. Gov.

Did Illegals Misusing SSNs Earn More on Average Than U.S. Women?

Terence P. Jeffrey

Given the government's manifest tolerance toward those who employ illegal aliens, how consistent have some of those employers been in filing erroneous or inaccurate W-2s?

Boehner's Mocking Words Increase Tension with Conservatives

Susan Ferrechio, Washington Examiner

Boehner tried to smooth things over in a private meeting with Republicans. But some left unconvinced, saying Boehner’s actions could threaten his speakership and make it even harder to pass an immigration reform bill this year.