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The name of the game in Washington is to run the clock out on the 2014 filing periods so that the hidden traitors within the GOP can follow John Boehner, who met behind closed doors yesterday with Obama to plan amnesty for illegal aliens and other issues, to vote with most Democrats to pass amnesty.
They know that more than 80% of their GOP voters back in their districts oppose amnesty for illegal aliens and oppose them working with Obama and the globalists to destroy America's borders so they are trying to lay low.
The filing ...byPublished on 02-27-2014 08:52 AM Number of Views: 288
A bill introduced by Republican Sen. David Vitter would prevent all states from offering in-state college tuition rates to illegal immigrants unless residents from other states are given the same break.
With more states opting to give tuition breaks to immigrant students who graduate from in-state high schools, Vitter, of Louisiana, says his proposal would keep states from "exploiting a loophole" in the law.
"We should be supporting policies that help American ...byPublished on 02-26-2014 12:16 AM Number of Views: 399
Speaker John Boehner has maintained that House Republicans "by and large" support immigration reform guidelines proposed at the GOP retreat earlier this month. But a Roll Call survey of every GOP House member reveals that only 19 representatives are willing to go on record backing it.
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Parents in Central American countries may be sending their children to illegally cross the U.S. border into Texas after hearing that Democrats and Republicans are pushing for more laws granting amnesty to illegal ...byPublished on 02-26-2014 12:03 AM Number of Views: 545
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Associated Press - Illegal immigrants have been the focus of debate, but analysts say the problem would be much smaller if businesses would abide by employment laws.
The Obama administration regularly cuts a break for businesses that hire illegal immigrants, reducing their fines by an average of 40 percent from what they should be, ...byPublished on 02-25-2014 10:35 AM Number of Views: 434byPublished on 02-25-2014 12:11 AM Number of Views: 973
Home loans denied. Their credit trashed. And a Wisconsin couple had no idea why it was all happening. But the Federal Government did.
That’s the incredible story. For the past six years, Debi ...byPublished on 02-25-2014 12:04 AM Number of Views: 180
George Soros’ Open Society Policy Center, the advocacy affiliate of his Open Society Foundations, tripled its spending ...byPublished on 02-24-2014 10:29 AM Number of Views: 402byPublished on 02-24-2014 09:59 AM Number of Views: 607
G.O.P. Congressman in South Carolina Takes a Risk With a Foray Into Immigration
Even more surprising to the spellbound crowd at the First Baptist Church, Mr. Mulvaney said he and other conservative House Republicans were open to some kind of legal status, although not a path to citizenship, for many immigrants living in the country illegally.
Representative Mick Mulvaney, a Republican, said he and other House Republicans were open to some kind of legal status for immigrants in the country illegally. Mike Belleme for The New York Times