Amnesty

Colonization of 21st Century America

Timothy Birdnow, American Thinker

The elites are importing an alien people to reduce the stubbornness and independence of Americans.

Immigration Reform’s Fatal Flaw

Sen. Rand Paul, Washington Times

Paul says border security must come first, and he’ll work with House members to make sure of it.

Tea Party vs. Amnesty

Betsy Woodruff, National Review Online

Tea Party leaders are comparing the Gang of Eight bill to Obamacare in terms of federal overreach.

Sessions Slams O’Reilly on Amnesty

Caroline May, Daily Caller

The TV host’s sudden switch of position earned him rancor from the Senate’s outspoken opponent.

Coulter Waits for ‘Rubio-free’ Senate

Tal Kopan, Politico

Ann Coulter articulated what many conservatives are thinking these days, feeling betrayed by Rubio.

Does the GOP Really Need Amnesty?

Sean Trende, Real Clear Politics

Objective analysis shows that the GOP can remain a viable national party without pandering.

How GOP Immigration Victory Looks

Fawn Johnson, National Journal

The House’s push for increased border security will give R’s a win whether or not the bill passes.

Amnesty Lovers Embrace Unthinkable

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Amnesty proponents are so desperate to win that they’re even agreeing to more border cops.

IMMIGRATION SCAM EXPOSED

M. Stanton Evans' critique of the Gang of Eight immigration bill, and exposure of the liberal interest groups behind Senator Marco Rubio’s attempt to scam conservatives into supporting it, should carry special weight with movement conservatives.

Rubio vs. Rubio

Erick Erickson, Red State

Rubio is trying hard to reconcile irreconcilable past positions on amnesty and border security.

Conservatives Rip Rubio on Amnesty

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

As the amnesty bill’s lack of enforcement comes to light, the potential “yes” votes are now “no.”

House: Senate Amnesty Bill is DOA

Jake Sherman and Seung Min Kim, Politico

House conservatives aren’t at all swayed by what the Senate’s done, vowing to forge their own way.

CHQ GOP Presidential Straw Poll: Rubio Support Dropping Like A Stone

The CHQ straw poll is a sound indicator of where limited-government constitutional conservatives are looking for their next presidential nominee – and it is pretty obvious that it certainly won’t be Florida Senator Marco Rubio.

New Evangelical Group Opposes Gang

Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

Evangelicals for Biblical Immigration lays out the Biblical concepts behind opposing amnesty.

House GOP’s Aggressive Opening Bid

Fawn Johnson, National Journal

House Repubs are taking a page out of the Obama strategy book in coming out swinging on amnesty.

Senators Rand Paul And Ted Cruz May Save GOP From Itself

Senators Cruz and Paul aren’t going to let Capitol Hill’s Republican establishment continue to pretend that they have no responsibility for the results of the legislation they pass. The conservative Senators are going to get their establishment Republican colleagues on record on the issues that matter to Republican primary voters and the bracing thought of primary challenges from limited-government constitutional conservatives just might be what is necessary for the GOP establishment to save itself from itself.

GOP Not Fighting Amnesty Push

David Drucker, Washington Examiner

Harry Reid is working to move the amnesty bill through quickly, and Republicans aren’t resisting.

CBO Clueless on Amnesty’s Costs

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

The government’s claim that amnesty will reduce the deficit requires suspension of disbelief.

Boehner Will Adhere to Hastert Rule

Molly K. Hooper, The Hill

Pressure from conservatives no doubt led to the Speaker’s decision to get tough on immigration.

The IRS Immigration Fraud Scandal

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan are losing credibility over amnesty as a shocking fraud issue returns.