State of the Union Address Offers Pro-Immigration Pols Three (!) Opportunities to Advance their Cause

On the political calendar, the year’s first major event is the president’s State of the Union address, followed immediately by the opposition party’s reply. Starting in 2013, a Hispanic response also comes after the president’s formal speech.

Presidential Candidates Dance around Need for Effective Immigration Enforcement

Immigration has emerged as the critical issue in the Presidential campaign. Most of the candidates have agreed the U.S.-Mexico border must be made secure, although former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has declared that securing that border and deporting illegal aliens would simply cost too much.

GOP Debate Ignores Big Question: How Much More Immigration?

July BLS Report Provides Answer: Little if Any

Pelosi Belittles Congressional Bill to End Sanctuary Cities

Nancy Pelosi has represented San Francisco in the House of Representative for 27 years. During that time, Pelosi has served as Democratic Minority Whip, Speaker and is currently the Minority Leader. When Pelosi was Speaker, the Christian Science Monitor called her “the most powerful woman in American politics.”

Illegal Immigration and America’s Two-Party Crisis

America’s national elections in 2014 were a significant turning point, as is our impending election in 2016. Our two-party system is now in jeopardy. The millions of illegal immigrants in our country constitute, politically, America’s current sleeping giant. This has seriously weakened the Democratic Party and set the stage for a probable Republican takeover in Washington. This seriously threatens the traditional balance of power between America’s two major political parties.

Ten Days in December: Will Republicans Stop Obama’s Amnesty with the Price Plan?

The next ten days will provide a great deal of insight into the backbone of congressional Republicans on immigration, protecting American workers, the rule of law and their will to preserve the Constitution they swore to obey and protect. Voters looking ahead to 2016 should pay close attention.

Republican Rout but Americans Should Remain On Guard

Last night, the GOP scored greater than anticipated gains, won Senate control 52-45 and has a more powerful grasp on the House with at least 242 seats, a historic majority. At this writing some results are still pending.

GOP Hardliners Predict 2015 Amnesty

Since comprehensive immigration reform is likely dead in 2014, desperate-for-copy pro-amnesty journalists have turned their attention to 2015 when, they report, the chances for success might increase even if the GOP controls the Senate.

Obama is Cracking no Jokes now about Moats, Alligators at the Border

Now it’s Back to Bush Blame Game for Crisis at the Border

In a May 2011 speech near the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas, President Obama bragged about the many measures taken by his administration to enhance border security. The “deporter-in-chief” then repeated his familiar, hackneyed attack on congressional Republicans for their intransigence on immigration reform.

Choose Your Immigrants Wisely, Says Coulter