Conservative immigration-reform supporters are trying to soften “tea party” opposition and give Republican lawmakers cover in advance of one possible final push on the issue this year in the House.
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
Although many Republicans are optimistic about their chances in this year’s elections, some of Washington’s leading conservatives gathered Thursday to privately vent frustrations about what kind of party they will be left with after November.
TThe Hill published a story Thursday headlined: “GOP: We’ll move immigration reform if we take back Senate.”
When it comes to immigration, Democrats are masters of deception.
There’s no doubt that establishment Republicans have moved to the right under pressure from the tea party. That’s led some to conclude that even as tea party candidates lose primary battles this year, the tea party movement has won the … Continue reading
Senate Democrats are debating whether to include language in the defense authorization bill to give legal status to young people who are illegal immigrants but serve in the military.
During a naturalization ceremony on Friday April 25, 2014 President Obama took advantage of the stop at South Korea to support the 20 military service members and their spouses. He wanted to promote an immigration bill that has been pending … Continue reading
Due to the high criticism received by the Hispanic organizations, Republicans in the House of Representative are changing their views regarding the immigration reform everybody is waiting. A lot of groups has been created to target different Republican members, thought … Continue reading
Two Republican lawmakers from Illinois, Reps. Adam Kinzinger and Aaron Schock, have come out in support of immigration reform, Roll Call reported.