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What Exactly Is Comprehensive Immigration Reform?

Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media

If proponents of so-called reform detailed exactly what they wanted, Americans would never support their self-interested agendas.

A Football Lesson For The GOP

Republicans won't win back the Senate or other key races if they take a knee or throw the ball out of bounds on amnesty for illegal aliens, Obama’s contempt for the Constitution, Congress’ out-of-control spending and how to effectively confront the great national security threats facing the country today.

Libertarian Hawks

David French, National Review

They see the Islamic State as a threat to the U.S., and they support military action. Attorney and Iraq War veteran David French believes Libertarian-minded Americans are more than ready to defeat our enemies.

How Not to Lead the U.S. in World Affairs

David Corbin and Matt Parks, The Federalist

Now that Senate Repubs. have helped repel the Senate Dems’ war on free political speech, they should move on to another important task–helping to guide the American ship of state abroad, using the moral and political compass given to them by our Founding Fathers.

Obama Scared to Act In City Of Beheadings

Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

Obama is scared to intervene in the Syria region where three Westerners have now been beheaded on video by the terrorist organization ISIS -- and a fourth, British aid worker Alan Henning, is being threatened.

Homeland Sec. Chief Drops Amnesty Bombshell

Leo Hohmann, WND

DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson admitted that 'overreach' would devastate Dems. in the Nov. elections. He indicated that Obama didn’t want to add fuel to an the fire of conservative anger over illegal immigration before the mid-term elections.

Waging War Is a Decision for Congress Alone

Andrew Napolitano, Reason.com

If the political class ignores James Madison's warnings, it will do so at its peril.

Coulter: Get Angry Now

Ann Coulter, Daily Caller

Believe Obama's threat; Executive amnesty is coming if the GOP doesn't win the Senate.

What Is A Wave In The Senate?

Larry J. Sabato, Kyle Kondik, & Geoffrey Skelley, University of Virginia Center for Politics

Our new range is a Republican net of five to eight Senate seats. UVA political polling experts are now defining a “wave” in the Senate this year as such: Republicans need to: (1) Win control of the Senate and (2) Win at least one seat in a state won by Obama in '12 (most

WH Says It'll Veto GOP OCare Bill That'd Make O's 'Administrative Fix' Law

Sarah Hurtubise, Daily Caller

Obama's threatening to veto GOP Rep. Bill Cassidy's House bill (HR 3522) that'd allow customers to keep health insurance plans that aren’t compliant with Obamacare (Obama unilaterally allowed the same extension twice). The bill was approved by the House Rules Comm.

What Obama Won’t Say About ISIS Tonight

The problem that Obama will address tonight is his political problem going into the midterm elections, not the political, military and cultural problem presented by ISIS and the rise of the Islamic State.

Obama and GOP Agree to Do Nothing About ISIS

Streiff, Red State

Obama, whose misjudgments allowed the metastasis of ISIS, has no intention of taking action that has a reasonable prospect of halting this threat. Instead of an actual plan we get gibberish about “degrade and destroy” and “decimate.” And the GOP seems to have little stomach for actually taking a stand.

Obama Trying To Save Immigration From American Voters

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

Obama's trying to save his unpopular business-backed campaign to boost immigration from a midterm rejection by voters, according to his spokesman Josh Earnest. “By injecting [the issue] into the highly charged political debate weeks before the elections is to subject this issue to gross distortion and partisanship."

Border Patrol Caught Wanted Terrorists at Border, Kept it Quiet

Niger Innis, Tea Party News Network

An Oathkeeper said that Border Patrol has captured wanted terrorists, but have been unable to release that information to the public. “[They] had 6 middle eastern males…that were Muslim. They had caught 11 that had been on our US terrorist wanted list."

Billionaires Who Bailed Out K Street

Byron Tau, Politico

Two billionaires are coming to K Street's rescue. GOP donor and casino magnate Sheldon Adelson and activist-investor William Ackman are spending big on policy fights that have attracted millions to D.C. lobbyists and consultants, including former Obama aides and well-known ex-lawmakers.

If Your Child Is In A Portable Classroom Thank An Illegal Alien

American taxpayers and neighborhoods will keep footing the bill for the lawless immigration policies of Democrats like President Obama and California Governor Jerry Brown through higher taxes and a lower quality of life for as long as voters allow these policies to continue. Sign our petitions to stop new federal spending on illegal children and to defend America's borders.

Ingraham Hits RNC For Backing O's Planned Amnesty Action

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Radio’s Laura Ingraham, a tireless champion of anti-amnesty efforts, blasted the RNC in a statement, slamming the RNC’s apparent support of Obama’s plans to grant executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens.

Obama Immigration Delay=60,000 Deportation By Nov.

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

Nearly 60,000 immigrants will be deported before Nov. elections if the gov't holds its pace. Obama’s decision to put off any action until after midterm elections was mocked by Repubs.

Boehner Slams Obama for 'Raw Politics'

By Laura Barron-Lopez, The Hill

Speaker John Boehner said President Obama's decision to hold off executive action on immigration until after the midterms "smacks of raw politics." Boehner said there would never be a "right" time for Obama to "declare amnesty by executive action."

Chris Christie: I Won’t State My Immigration Stance Unless I Run In '16

Ashley Killough, CNN

While Christie has repeatedly criticized President Obama for his handling of security enforcement at the U.S.-Mexico border, the governor has yet to detail his own position on legislation reform.