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Major Achievement: House Votes to Defund Obama’s Executive Actions

Today, the House of Representatives took a major step forward to block President Obama’s executive action that will grant up to 5 million illegal immigrants temporary legal status, work permits and Social Security numbers.

Harm to Americans from Obama Amnesty ‘Immeasurable,’ Says TX Rep. Louis Gohmert

Americans hoping to see sensible immigration reform during 2014 were flat out of luck. Instead of getting border security, interior enforcement, an end to birthright citizenship and mandated E-Verify, President Obama delivered the opposite.

Legal Action Grows against Obama Edict

Many commentators speculate on what actions Congress may take to rein in President Obama’s unilateral amnesty edict, a move which clearly challenges the constitutional authority of Congress to make laws. The judicial branch probably will have a say as well.

Boehner Has Abysmal Pro-Amnesty, Anti-American Worker Voting Record

Most of the 162 House Republicans who voted yes on the Obama-endorsed $1.1 trillion, 1,600-page spending bill are scurrying around to make nice with their deeply disappointed constituents.

Sheriffs in DC: Border Crisis Getting ‘Worse and Worse’

On December 10, the same day that Congress wrangled unsuccessfully with its $1.1 trillion budget bill that has controversial immigration amnesty provisions, an estimated 200 sheriffs from across the U.S. protested on Capitol Hill.

The Invoice is in for the Central American Alien Surge; Millions Spent for Perks Many Americans Can’t Afford

Sooner or later, the bill comes due. President Obama’s executive immigration action makes this summer’s outrage over the unlawful Central American influx seem a distant, bad memory. But the invoice which just surfaced for services rendered to the aliens should reignite citizens’ justifiable ire.

For the Umpteenth Time, Illegal Aliens Are Not ‘In the Shadows,” but Much in the Public Displaying Contempt for Law

Illegal immigrants are still, according to reporters who write sympathetically about them, advocates who lobby on their behalf and politicians who ap

White House Promises Border Security, but DHS Memo Authorizes More Discretion

While President Obama is touting his immigration order as a commonsense solution to fixing the proverbial “broken immigration system,” law enforcement officers in border states are getting an altogether different message from the Department of Homeland Security.

Reagan and Bush Didn’t Do What Obama Did

Amnesty advocates are frantically grasping at legal straws in an attempt to justify President Obama’s most recent unlawful edict granting legal status and work permits to illegal aliens. One claim is that Republican Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush did the same thing during their administrations, thereby providing a legal precedent for Obama to do what he did.

Obama Offers to Wash Boehner’s Car, Walk his Dog in Exchange for Amnesty Vote

Here’s a quick review of what Americans need to know as the Obama executive amnesty debate intensifies. Keep these things in mind the next time President Obama says, “Just pass a bill.”

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