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Supreme Court Won’t Rehear Obama’s Amnesty, but ‘It Ain’t over ‘til the Alien Wins’

Give credit to Michelle Malkin for the all-too-true immigration axiom cited in the headline. Malkin coined the phrase more than 15 years ago in her book, Invasion.

DACA Turns Four

DACA’s ‘Future Eligible Children’
anticipate their work permits.

On Memorial Day: Congressional Debate on Whether Illegal Aliens Should Serve Dishonors Fallen American Heroes

In post-America – the current era when the United States is perceived as in decline and multiculturalism is on the rise – who should serve in the military is a political football complete with nasty Capitol Hill infighting.

CAPS Kicks Off Wisconsin TV Campaign Asking House Speaker Ryan Why He Ignores Unemployed Americans, but Pushes for Work-Authorized Immigrants

Since elected to Congress in 1998, House Speaker Paul Ryan has compiled a mostly dismal immigration reduction record. Ryan, whose pro-immigration actions have become more egregious since he took over the speaker’s role, scores poorly or worse on ending unnecessary worker visas, reducing amnesty enticements, limiting refugee and asylum fraud, or promoting sensible immigration legislation that would help Americans.

DREAMers, Advocates Show Disrespect as Supreme Court Hears U.S. v. TX

During the Supreme Court hearing on U.S. v. Texas, large groups of protestors, including illegal immigrants, DREAMers and their advocates, congregated outside the historic landmark building to loudly voice their support for President Obama’s deferred action amnesties, and to mock detractors.

Supreme Court to Hear Obama Amnesty; What Will Become of American Workers?

Supreme Court to decide on adding more

A Recap: Obama's Unlawful Immigration Amnesty Has No Appeal

For years the Obama administration has run roughshod over the immigration system. It is inconceivable that any rational leader would refuse to enforce immigration laws that serve as America’s first line of defense and last line of defense against international terrorists and transnational criminals, especially in this perilous era.

White House Beats Congress to the Punch; Aliens Enlisting in Military

While the House of Representatives ponders two amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act that would allow illegal aliens to enroll in the military, the White House has decided not to wait for the debate’s outcome.

Most Americans Jubilant over Texas Injunction

It is more difficult to be deported from Obama’s "transformed America" than it is to win the visa lottery.

Finally! Yippee! Americans win one in America! Viva, U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen!

Congress Must Check Obama’s Power

In response to President Obama’s threats to proclaim a new amnesty edict, the House passed a bill to curtail such actions. Specifically it would defund the DACA amnesty, proclaimed by Obama two years ago, which granted legal status and work permits to illegal aliens in the Dream Act category. It also would ban future edicts of this type. The measure is symbolic because the Democrat-majority Senate won’t pass it.

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