amnesty for illegals

Have You Called Congress Today To Oppose Amnesty?

The only way to defeat amnesty is to keep the pressure on the rank and file Members of the House Republican Conference. It is absolutely vital to the future of your country that you contact your Representative to demand that he or she sign the ConservativeHQ “No Amnesty Pledge” before the January 23 retreat begins.

The Politics of Amnesty Finally Sink In To Some Republicans

Rep. John Carter of Texas, one of four GOP congressmen who was part of bipartisan negotiations over comprehensive immigration policy changes last year, now says voting on the matter this year would distract from the party’s efforts to highlight flaws in President Barack Obama’s health care law.

GOP Leaders Draft Secret Immigration Plan

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

GOP leaders have drafted a secret immigration plan for the closed-door Jan. 24 party strategy meeting. A group of conservative legislators are already working to highlight the impact of increased immigration on American workers. House judiciary chair Rep.

‘Main Street’ GOP Groups & Their Leftist Funders

Michelle Malkin, National Review Online

Unions are funding Republican groups to help push through amnesty for illegal immigrants. 

Join Rush Limbaugh and CHQ: Demand The GOP Sign Our No Amnesty Pledge

Rush is right; the GOP establishment plans to wait to advance its amnesty for illegal aliens bill until after filing for the Republican congressional primaries closes. That is why it is absolutely essential that you demand your Representative sign the CHQ "No Amnesty Pledge" today while there is still time to mount a challenge to amnesty supporters.

US Chamber Wants TeaParty to 'Feel Some Heat'

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Tom Donohue, the President and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, vowed to make the Tea Party "feel some heat" in 2014 in order to get amnesty legislation passed. 

US Chamber Will Stop at Nothing to Pass Amnesty

Fredreka Schouten, USA TODAY

The US Chamber "will pull out the stops" to encourage Congress to pass a comprehensive overhaul of the nation's immigration laws, chamber president Tom Donohue said. The group is prepared to spend heavily to ensure lawmakers pass pro-business measures in an election year.

Cantor, Boehner: Immigration Reform a Priority for 2014

Sandy Fitzgerald, Newsmax

John Boehner and Eric Cantor want to overhaul the immigration system in 2014. Rep. Matt Salmon (R-AZ) said that Boehner informed the lawmakers that "'this is an issue we have to deal with, and I continue to believe that.'"

Speaker Ryan: We Demand You Take The No Amnesty Pledge

To: All Republican Members of Congress and the House Republican Leadership

Dear Representative:

As a citizen of your District, and a voter, I am outraged that a supporter of amnesty for illegal aliens has been elected Speaker of the House.

Send Congress A Message: Demand They Take The CHQ “No Amnesty" Pledge

The House Republicans' principle-free leadership thinks they can stall around until after filing for the 2014 Republican primaries closes and then pass a bill granting amnesty to illegal aliens. Don't let them get away with it! Demand that your Representative sign the CHQ "No Amnesty Pledge" today

Establishment GOP Leaders Take The 30 Pieces Of Silver To Pass Amnesty

The passive, weak-kneed, and principle-free response of the GOP establishment to demands for amnesty for illegal aliens is to be expected of a Party whose leading establishment figures, like Haley Barbour, readily take the 30 pieces of silver from Big Business, rather than fight for American workers, the rule of law and American exceptionalism.

O's Bad Immigration Agenda & Amnesty Push

Emily Miller, Washington Times

Republicans must insist laws are inforced, not just woo Hispanics for midterm elections.

Surge in Illegal Alien Kids Coming to US

Fox News Staff

The number of children caught crossing the U.S. border has surged over the last two years, raising questions about whether the Obama administration's changing immigration policies are creating a magnet. 

Reid: Boehner Will Cave on Amnesty in '14

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Harry Reid predicted Speaker John Boehner will negotiate on comprehensive immigration reform next year, despite Boehner's declarations to the contrary. Reid argued that Boehner has a new willingness to confront Tea Party groups and this, in turn, gives Reid confidence he will not have to break up the Senate immigration bill.

Christie to Sign Version of 'Dream Act' Into Law

Vaughn Hillyard,

Gov. Chris Christie said he would sign a version of the “Dream Act” into state law. The move will offer undocumented immigrant students in-state tuition, but will not allow them to receive state financial aid.

UK, Canada Reduce Immigration; Will the US?

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

The U.K. public's opposition to the immigrant inflow is so heated that a gov't minister has even urged employers to attract needed British workers by offering higher salaries, and to stop relying on low-skill, low-wage workers from Poland or Pakistan.

Boehner Picks Fight to Clear Way for Amnesty

Mario Trujillo, The Hill

Boehner's picking a fight with outside conservative groups to clear the way for immigration reform, Heritage Action's Michael Needham charged. “The Speaker is trying to turn this into a boring fight between outside groups and himself so we are not having a policy debate about whether or not this [budget deal] is a good deal,” he said.

Boehner Trashing Conservatives to Push Amnesty

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Mark Levin said John Boehner is lashing out at conservatives and throwing "temper tantrums" because he wants to delegitimize them as preparation for the looming fight over amnesty.

Pro-Amnesty Lobbyists Praise New Boehner Aide

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

The decision by John Boehner to hire a business-backed advocate for more foreign workers shows that he wants to pass an immigration bill, says a top lobbyist working for Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg.

Deportation of Illegals Not Inforced Enough

Katie Pavlich, TownHall

According to a new Rasmussen Report, the majority of Americans do not believe the deportation of illegal immigrants living in the United States is aggressive enough.