Scott Brown: De-Fund Obama Amnesty Edict

Senate candidate Scott Brown says Congress should cut off funds for any attempt by President Obama to give amnesty to illegal aliens by executive...

Mexico Will Assist Amnesty Applications

Mexican President Enrique Pena-Nieto said that his country will help illegal aliens from his country obtain the documents they need to apply for the amnesty decreed by President Obama. About half of the five million illegal aliens eligible under the decree are Mexican nationals. Pena-Nieto praised Obama's edict as "very intelligent and audacious."

Taxpayers Will Subsidize Amnestied Illegals

Neil Munro of the Daily Caller was one of the first to point out that Obama's amnesty edict has been written to allow huge tax...

Buchanan: Obama, Rogue President

Pat Buchanan writes on Thursday: Asserting a legal and constitutional authority he himself said he did not have, President Obama is going rogue, issuing an...

Rep. Goodlatte Explains House Effort to Defund Obama Amnesty

Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, in a Sunday newspaper column explains the action taken by the House to attempt...

TX Attorney General: Obama Edict ‘Tramples’ Comnstitution

Texas is one of twenty-five states bringing a lawsuit against President Obama's unilateral declaration of amnesty for five million illegal aliens. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton declared, "No individual is above the law, not even the president of the United States. President Obama's brazenly lawless action in November trampled on the U.S. Constitution. It is a clear violation of the Take Care Clause and federal statuary law. As the president himself repeatedly admitted, he lacks the authority to impose this unilateral amnesty. The president's action makes clear that he has decided that the rule of law no longer applies to his administration. President Obama's action violates the separation of powers and goes beyond prosecutorial discretion to the point of unilaterally creating and enforcing legislation -- bypassing the peoples' duly-elected representatives in Congress entirely."

Boehner Spokesman: Amnesty Edict ‘Unacceptable’

Kevin Smith, a spokesman for House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), said that Boehner informed President Obama that the amnesty edict he plans to issue is "unacceptable." Boehner has supported amnesty in the past, but has insisted that it be passed lawfully by Congress.

Obama’s Amnesty Authority Amnesia

FactCheck.org, the respected nonpartisan watchdog organization, busted President Obama for trying to "rewrite history" by claiming his position had not changed on executive immigration...

Super Rich Fund Push for Amnesty

In a Friday news article, the pro-amnesty New York Times details how the "immigrants rights" groups have grown into a national force capable of winning their...

Sessions Continues Fight to Defund Obama Amnesty

As Congress prepares to pass a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security, including Obama's amnesty edicts, for at least another three weeks,...