2008 Trafficking Law Not Applicable to Current Alien Flood

A new report from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) concludes that a 2008 human trafficking law -- being used by the Obama administration...

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...

Obama DHS May Circumvent Amnesty Injunction

A leaked internal DHS memo from an off-the-record meeting reveals that the Obama administration is planning to sidestep key elements of the federal court...

The Originalist Case Against Birthright Citizenship

Daniel Horowitz on Tuesday posted a must-read article for lawyers and those interested in constitutional theory, The Originalist Case Against Birthright Citizenship, at ConservativeReview.com.  It...

‘Anchor Babies’ Hot Issue

Donald Trump's immigration plan, like almost everything he does or says, stirred up a hornets' nest -- with perhaps the loudest buzzing surrounding his...

A Look At The States’ Immigration Lawsuit

Attorney Gabriel Malor posted today "A Lay Person's Guide To The States' Immigration Lawsuit Against DHS" at thefederalist.com. The lawsuit alleges that Obama's new immigration scheme...

Federal Judge Halts Obama Amnesty

A federal judge late Monday halted President Obama's amnesty edict, ruling he overstepped his powers under the U.S. Constitution in trying to give legal...

Where the Amnesty Lawsuit Goes Next

Attorney Andrew C. McCarthy explores the possible legal outcomes now that a Texas federal judge has granted a temporary stay against Obama's executive amnesty...

Obama’s Amnesty Threat to Constitutional Government

"Barack Obama's disdain for the slow, grinding mechanisms of government has become unmistakable of late" begins today's editorial by the editors of National Review that examines...

On Amnesty, Obama DOJ Grasps at Legal Straws

"No, the DOJ may not grant work permits to whomever it wishes," explains Ian Smith in an article posted today on National Review Online.  Read it...