illegal immigrants

Amnesty Only A Priority For A Failing President

House Republicans must wake-up to the threat to the future of this country and their own political futures posed by the false urgency behind the passage of S. 744 or a similar amnesty proposal.  The real priorities of American voters and their families remain jobs and the economy, neither of which are advanced by caving-in to the demands of the cheap labor wing of the business community or the political ambitions of Marco Rubio and Barack Obama. 

House Republicans will discuss immigration reform in a conference TODAY, Wednesday, July 10. Call your Congressman’s office (Capitol switchboard is 1-866-220-0044) and tell them to OPPOSE bringing S. 744, the Obama – Rubio immigration amnesty bill, or any other amnesty plan to the House floor.

Conservatives Must Fight This Week's Pro-Amnesty Lobbying Blitz

House Republicans will discuss immigration reform in a conference on Wednesday, July 10. Call your Congressman’s office (Capitol switchboard is 1-866-220-0044) and tell them to OPPOSE bringing S. 744, the Obama – Rubio immigration amnesty bill, to the House floor. Tell them Representative Mike McCaul was right; you want border security, not amnesty for illegal aliens.

Scott Walker, You Disappoint Us

Aaron Blake, Washington Post

Walker wants the amnesty debate to focus on easier citizenship, not the border or rules for illegals already here.

Tea Party Taking on Immigration

Fox News Staff

Tea Partiers will leverage the ability to threaten lawmakers who lean toward amnesty with a primary challenge. 

Amnesty's Citizenship: It’s a Trap

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

Bad legislation is worse than the status quo. Why aren’t we bashing them with their bad bill?

Rubio’s Strategy Disappointed Many

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Though the Senator’s plan ultimately passed, he sure burned a lot of bridges in order to get there.

Rand Paul Works House on Amnesty

Breanna Edwards, Politico

Paul couldn’t stop the damage in the Senate, so he’s moved to the House to make an impact.

Potential 2016 GOP Candidates Split

Alexandra Jaffe, The Hill

Of course Marco Rubio was for it, but Senators Ted Cruz and Rand Paul voted an emphatic “no.”

Amnesty Clears; What Will House Do?

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

The 68-32 vote, (14 Repubs joined all 54 Dems) in support of amnesty. Will Boehner try to stop it?

Immigration Amnesty: The Econ Killer

Steve McCann, American Thinker

Bye bye, jobs. Hello, banana republic.

You Lie!

Michael Giere, Faquier Free Citizen

The Senate amnesty bill is just the latest mega-bill spurious political elites are forcing on us.

Boehner Warned by Conservatives

Susan Ferrechio, Washington Examiner

House conservatives say Boehner’s out as Speaker if he brings Democrat-favored amnesty to the floor.

Sorry Marco, You’ve Lost Our Trust

"You can’t unring a bell.” In the future, Senator Rubio may fight alongside conservatives for “real tax reform, lowering the debt, balancing our budget, reducing regulations, rolling back job-killing environmental policies and repealing the disaster of Obamacare,” and to defend “the sanctity of life and traditional marriage,” but it won’t be as a trusted ally.

Does the GOP Really Need Amnesty?

Sean Trende, Real Clear Politics

In Part II of the series, Trende demonstrates the GOP can remain a national party without amnesty.

The GOP’s Immigration Debacle

Jonah Goldberg, National Review Online

Democrats are falling into line on immigration, but Republicans are in no mood to follow orders.

77% Oppose Welfare for Immigrants

Conn Carroll, Washington Examiner

A recent poll revealed Americans’ strong distaste for putting newcomers on the public dole.