amnesty for illegals

Conservatives Lining Up Against Boehner Amnesty Plan

Lisa Barron, Newsmax

Conservatives are already gearing up to challenge Boehner's forthcoming immigration plan. Boehner's expected to release a plan to Repubs. that would allow millions of immigrants in the US illegally a path to legal status; it'd also offer a path to citizenship for immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children. 

Immigration Reform: Don't Go There

National Review Online Editors

The House GOP should do nothing on immigration to save the party from political suicide. 

This Is What the Establishment GOP Thinks of You

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

“House leaders hope to bring legislation to the floor as early as April, after the deadline has passed in many states for challengers to file to run for Congress. Repub. leaders hope that would diminish chances that a lawmaker’s support for immigration bills winds up sparking a primary-election fight.”

Memo to House GOP: Listen to Bill Kristol on Amnesty

How might the GOP seize defeat from the jaws of victory? The Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol’s says, "If there’s one thing that could blow up GOP chances for a good 2014, it would be an explosive debate over immigration in the House.”

Sessions: Amnesty Push Could Hurt R's in 2014

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Sen. Jeff Sessions cited a poll that shows immigration as a very low priority for Americans. He said its politically wrong to push such a controversial issue like immigration, which divides the GOP and is bad for Amerian workers, when an overreaching gov't, Obamacare, taxes, and regulations are mor epressing.

Conservative Tea Partiers Hold Power in Immigration Battle

Alexander Bolton and Russell Berman, The Hill

The immigration reform debate in the House could boil down to a handful of influential Tea Party conservatives.

Dividing the Conservative Coalition

People are already beginning to say: Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice, and the Republican Party is dead.

The US Chamber of Commerce vs. America

Michelle Malkin, National Review Online

Giant corporations make a common cause with leftist special interests -- amnesty for illegals -- to win government favors. 

Conservatives Plot Takedown of GOP Leaders' Amnesty Plans

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

As House Repub. leaders prepare an immigration proposal that could go much further towards amnesty than their prior public stances, conservative lawmakers are quietly plotting to push back.

How Dumb Can the GOP Be On Amnesty?

House Republican “leaders” are negotiating with the same hardcore leftist who defends the notorious “coyotes” or human smugglers that have led to the deaths of so many would be immigrants and who opposes the enforcement of the immigration laws we already have on the books.

Amnesty for Illegals Still A Bad Idea

Derrick Morgan, The National Interest

An amnesty that grants legal status to only some unlawful immigrants is still an amnesty, just a smaller one. An amnesty of any size is unfair, costly, and won’t work. Americans don't trust gov't to fix the problem while granting amnesty for good reason. Passage of the 1986 amnesty was predicated on it being a one-time event. 

One Day Left To Save America

Over the next few days, out of the public eye and behind closed doors, the House Republican “leadership” is going to pull out all the stops to get Republican House Members to commit to the amnesty plan backed by the US Chamber and the cheap labor wing of Big Business – this may be your last chance to save America because once such a bill passes there will be no going back. Please click this link to save America by demanding your Representative sign the CHQ "No Amnesty Pledge." 

Obama to Dems: Boehner will Pass Amnesty in 2014

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Obama believes Repubs. will feel politically vulnerable if they fail to advance the issue, a high priority among Hispanic voters.

GOP Leaders About to Join Obama to Remake America

It is not public opinion, but cash from the cheap labor wing of the business community that is driving the Republican "leadership" to push for amnesty for illegal aliens.

House GOP Trying to Fool You On Immigration

Jake Sherman and Seung Min Kim, Politico

In secret talks, House Repub. establishment leaders revealed they want to release their 'principles for immigration reform,' before the 1/28 SOTU address. They're pulling out all the stops to get conservatives on their side, but don't be fooled.

Senator, Judge Aim to Halt DHS ‘Smuggling’ of Immigrant Kids

Michael Dorstewitz, Biz Pac Review

Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) was shocked to discover this week that the Dept. of Homeland Security is actually bringing children of undocumented immigrants to the US to reunite them with their illegal alien parents. Vitter is now seeking answers from DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson.

Goodlatte's Amnesty Plan Will Legalize 6.5 Million

Julia Preston, New York Times

Between 4.4 million and 6.5 million immigrants illegally in the US could gain an eventual pathway to citizenship under proposals being discussed by establishment House Repubs., per an estimate published by the Nat'l Foundation for American Policy, a nonpartisan research group in Washington.

The Talladega Economy

The Republican establishment and the cheap labor wing of Big Business want to continue to suppress wages and job growth for American citizens by granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens and opening the borders to more low-skilled immigrants. How does this make sense with the civilian labor force participation rate at its lowest level in 36 years?

Take Care of U.S. Citizens First

Bill Hoffmann, Newsmax

The U.S. needs to focus on getting jobs for U.S. citizens instead of hiring immigrants and making deals with other nations for cheap labor, says Jim Cramer, host of CNBC's "Mad Money." "Can we just help people get jobs who live here? We have so many problems in our country," Cramer said.

Carter: Amnesty Vote in 2014 Would Hurt R's in Elections

Daniel Newhauser, Roll Call

Boehner is making a mistake pushing for an immigration overhaul this year, according to Rep. John Carter, one of the Repub. Conference’s former top immigration negotiators. Rep. Steve King said, “Any day that we’re discussing immigration here... is a day that we’re not fixing the calamity of Obamacare.”