Articles Tagged 'Immigration Reform'
Trump’s Muslims Registry A Reality?
President-elect Donald Trump’s immigration advisers could recommend a registry for immigrants from Muslim countries and countries with significant problems with terrorism, according to a top…READ MORE
Walker: ‘My view has changed’ on immigration reform
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a presumptive 2016 Republican presidential candidate, says he has changed his immigration stance and no longer backs comprehensive reform that would allow illegal immigrants to be penalized but remain in the country.
“My view has changed,” Walker said in a “Fox News Sunday” interview taped Friday. “I’m flat out saying it.”
Walker in 2013 said…READ MORE
Obama asks court to re-start amnesty
The White House said Friday it will seek a stay of the federal judge’s ruling this week that halted his new deportation amnesty, elevating the…READ MORE
Federal judge halts Obama amnesty; White House to appeal
A federal judge late Monday halted President Obama’s deportation amnesty, ruling he overstepped his powers in trying to grant legal status and “benefits and privileges”…READ MORE
Obama “Hopeful” Immigration Will Drown Conservatism
The spread of vibrant social diversity is constricting the GOP’s ability to champion conservative causes, such as smaller government and independent families, President Barack Obama said in a softball media interview.
“Over the long term, I’m pretty optimistic, and the reason is because this country just becomes more and more of a hodgepodge of folks,” Obama told Vox editor Ezra…READ MORE
Obama to demand GOP fund new amnesties
President Obama will escalate the looming Homeland Security shutdown showdown Monday by traveling to the department’s headquarters for a special budget speech, saying more than…READ MORE
Illegal immigrants released from custody committed 1,000 new crimes
One thousand of the 36,000 illegal immigrant criminals the government released in 2013 have gone on to commit other crimes, including child sex abuse, hit-and-run…READ MORE
Attorney general nominee backs Obama’s immigration actions
Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch defended President Obama’s executive actions on immigration Wednesday, but noted that she was not involved with the contentious decision.
Boehner-McConnell retreat in Obama amnesty fight panics conservatives
Conservatives saw it as raising a white flag when Republican congressional leaders pledged not to withhold funding for the Department of Homeland Security in the…READ MORE
Border Patrol agents say GOP’s border security bill is weak ‘window dressing’
Border Patrol agents’ labor union announced their opposition Friday to the House GOP’s new border security bill, calling it “window dressing” that doesn’t add any…READ MORE