Bad News for Obama Amnesty Edict at Appeals Court?

There were few positive signs for the Obama administration Friday as Obama's executive actions on immigration were debated at a federal appeals court.  During...

Court Keeps Hold on Obama Edict

U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen kept in place his temporary hold on President Obama's amnesty edict, which offers legal status and work permits to as many as five million illegal aliens. The administration had requested that he lift the hold and allow the program to proceed. In his ruling Judge Hanen stated that the administration had not “shown any credible reason for why this Directive necessitates immediate implementation.”

Illegal Alien Minors Again Flood Border

The second wave of unaccompanied illegal alien minors and mothers with children from Central America is growing, The Washington Times reported on Monday.  Immigration officials...

AFL-CIO Will Help Illegal Aliens Get Work Permits

The AFL-CIO is beginning a campaign to help illegal aliens apply for legal status under President Obama's amnesty edicts. Those edicts also allow them to apply for work permits, thus making it easier for them to compete with American workers.

Rep. Gutierrez Creates ‘Family Defender Toolkit’ for Illegals

Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), has prepared a pamphlet and "emergency card" for illegal aliens to help them prepare for Obama's executive amnesty and avoid...

Amnesty Edict Recipients Would Cost $l.3 Trillion

Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation calculates that recipients of President Obama most recent amnesty would cost about $1.3 trillion dollars during the course of their lifetimes. Rector provided this information in testimony before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

Obama DREAMer Suspect in ‘Top Model’ Killing

The illegal alien charged with killing an "America's Next Top Model" contestant was only in the U.S. because he received amnesty under President Obama's...

Gov. Brown: Opposition to Amnesty Edicts ‘Un-Christian’

California Gov. Jerry Brown strongly attacked the 26 states that support a lawsuit against President Obama's unconstitutional edicts offering amnesty and work permits to million of illegal aliens. Such action, brown claimed, was "at best . . . troglodyte and at worst un-Christian." Brown didn't explain how upholding the constitutional separation of powers that safeguards our freedoms is "troglodyte" or contrary to Christianity.

Poll: Most Americans Oppose Amnesty Edict

A Quinnipiac poll found that 55 percent of Americans oppose President Obama's amnesty edict, and 40 percent support it. The poll also found that 56 percent have a negative view of Obama's immigration policies, and 38 percent a positive view.

Obama DOJ: Injunction Blocking Edict ‘Interfers’ with Enforcement

The Obama Justice Department, in an "emergency motion" filed on Thursday, asked a federal appeals court to suspend the temporary injunction blocking Obama's amnesty...