Obama unconstitutional executive amnesty

Barack Obama: Master Manipulator of the Constitution

What Obama is doing now is what a great football running back or play caller does – he finds the “seams” in the defense and runs plays against them. On amnesty and his Iran nuclear weapons deal, Obama is running plays against his political and cultural opposition by finding “seams” in the Constitution, and using them to accomplish political and policy goals that the constitutional system of checks and balances would never otherwise empower him to achieve.

Cruz to DHS: Do you Intend to Abide by the Federal Court Order?

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX)

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, sent a letter to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson questioning whether the Obama Administration plans to comply with the court's injunction to stop President Obama's illegal amnesty in light of President Obama's public comments that DHS would "continue in the planning" of activities the court issued a cease and desist order to stop.

HOUSE REPUBLICANS TO BOEHNER, MCCARTHY, SCALISE: STAND STRONG AGAINST FUNDING FOR OBAMA AMNESTY

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

A core group of House Republicans are currently signing on to a letter to House Speaker John Boehner, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Majority Whip Steve Scalise urging them to hold the line against funding for President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty. Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC) is leading the effort to thank leadership, and urging it to remain stalwart.

Cruz warns Obama to stop spending on amnesty for illegal aliens

Stephen Dinan - The Washington Times

Sen. Ted Cruz warned the administration Wednesday that it needs to stop even planning for an eventual amnesty for illegal immigrants, saying a federal judge’s broad injunction means it would be illegal for the Homeland Security Department to spend any money on President Obama’s immigration plans.

White House facing rocky legal road on immigration

Josh Gerstein, POLITICO

A carefully targeted lawsuit by states opposed to President Barack Obama’s immigration executive actions hit a bulls-eye Tuesday, forcing postponement of a key element of the president’s plan hours before it was to get underway. Obama vowed to appeal the ruling, but that challenge will head to a court considered the most conservative federal appeals court