Sen. Jeff Flake, Arizona Republican, said Sunday that he approved of the actions in the president’s immigration executive order — it’s the way the president issued the changes that could make compromise more difficult in Washington.
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum said Democrats should be just as angry as Republicans about the president’s executive order on immigration because it sets a precedent for future presidents to singlehandedly rewrite the law.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that a report on the Benghazi attack released late last week is “full of crap.”
A prominent evangelical Christian leader has launched an effort to recruit 1,000 pastors willing to run for political office, hoping to inject issues and candidates of faith into the 2016 election.
At a boisterous rally to celebrate his granting of legal status to millions of illegal immigrants, President Obama said Friday that his action won’t apply to new undocumented immigrants because “borders mean something.”
Is former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee ready for Warren? Sort of.
Upon landing in Las Vegas Friday afternoon, President Obama officially signed two memoranda to carry out his executive actions granting legal status and work permits to nearly 5 million illegal immigrants.
A prominent Oregon Democratic fundraiser and gay rights activist has been accused in a grand jury indictment of abusing a 15-year-old boy in a Eugene hotel in 2013.
Following up on his move to grant legal status to millions of illegal immigrants, President Obama issued an email to supporters Friday that links to a Democratic fundraising operation.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is heading back to the early presidential state of Iowa next month for a Polk County GOP Holiday Victory party, the Des Moines Register said.
President Obama’s biblical references to justify his executive action on immigration didn’t sit so well with some in the conservative camp, with one notable pundit — commentator and columnist Charles Krauthammer — characterizing the spiritual reference as both “remarkable” and audacious.
House Speaker John A. Boehner filed a long-awaited lawsuit Friday that alleges President Obama took unlawful steps to delay part of his health care law and is paying out funds to insurers without congressional approval.