WASHINGTON — At a recent White House meeting with immigration activists, President Obama told the group his hands were tied. Even if he wanted to halt the deportations of millions of illegal immigrants, the president told the group, he could … Continue reading
Heritage Action for America isn’t the only conservative advocacy group prepared the only conservative advocacy group prepared to go to the mattresses over possible efforts in the House next week to tack an immigration-related provision onto the defense authorization bill.
An influx of immigrants has boosted the Democratic Party, and that trend is set to continue. Even in places where Republicans support legalization of illegal immigrants, the party hasn’t been able to stem those changes, according to a study being … Continue reading
Laura Ingraham is the host of “The Laura Ingraham Show” and a regular Fox News contributor.
Lily has lived in the United States since 1983. She married here, bore a son here and divorced here. She made a loyal circle of friends here. She has stitched together a productive life in this country, integrating fully into … Continue reading
President Obama and his top Democrats on Capitol Hill appear to have reset their sights on the Republican-controlled House passing comprehensive immigration reform, instead of a step-by-step process, as lawmakers leave Washington for the Christmas holiday break.
President Barack Obama is under attack from Republicans for selectively enforcing immigration laws. He is under attack from immigration rights activists for enforcing laws too aggressively. Let’s see if we can guess which group the White House will be more … Continue reading
On Tuesday, Dec. 10, a coalition of Latino organizations that work on issues like immigration reform, voter registration, and education and legislative policy issued a report card that graded both chambers of Congress on how they performed on immigration issues in 2013.
President Obama made the case for immigration reform again on Monday, in a speech in San Francisco that seemed mostly directed to Republicans in Congress, who aren’t listening.
The charged subject of deportations has moved to the center of the immigration debate as President Obama has come under growing pressure from allies to review his administration’s policy.