President Obama’s executive order on amnesty is long and complex. Take a speed reading course and here’s what you can find out: nobody goes home unless the president decides you are unworthy of his beneficence.
Winning Immigration at the Grassroots: Defeating amnesty and restoring common sense
Winning Immigration at the Grassroots is a special report featuring commentary from Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Wesley Pruden, Ernest Istook, Thomas M. Hodgson, Dan Stein and Roy Beck.
Voters on Nov. 4 gave the president the opposite of a mandate. They installed his political opponents in virtually every office that was seriously contested, and in many that had been thought incontestable.
For the past decade, perhaps the one issue that has crossed partisan lines yet created a national divide is our nation's immigration policy. And now that President Obama has issued an executive order granting amnesty to millions of Americans, we have to discuss how this impacts American workers.
Ferguson has inadvertently drawn the national media spotlight as an epitome of communities across America that are besieged by the effects of constantly loose labor markets where there are far more workers than jobs.
What do the president's amnesty plan and Obamacare have in common? Both were orchestrated with massive government-funded propaganda.
Barack Obama put the cat among the pigeons Thursday night, but he may be surprised by how big that cat could get, and with it a big cat's appetite for more than pigeons.
At the outset, Congress and the president of the United States must agree that neither partisan politics nor political expediency will be a motivation for their actions on this issue.
In February 2009, in response to Barack Obama's massive and fraudulent spending, real Americans took to the streets. Rick Santelli made his famous rant on CNBC and eight days later, the Tea Party movement was born.
"The immigrants watched helplessly as the angry crowd spit out epithets at them, little children clinging to their mothers' skirts for safety. It had been a long, arduous journey, and at the other end, they met nothing but rejection and hatred."
Illegal immigrants stand to make out nicely, seeing a big jump in their wages under President Obama's policy, announced Thursday, granting millions of them temporary amnesty and the chance to work legally, but analysts say American workers in some jobs are likely to feel a pinch from new competitors.
Under the president's new amnesty, businesses will have a $3,000-per-employee incentive to hire illegal immigrants over native-born workers because of a quirk of Obamacare.