‘Amnesty’ Is A Majority Position With Republican Primary Voters
Sometimes it is useful to get out of the echo chamber of arguments on the internet among partisans and look at the data. And the data we have from the primary exit polling so far is telling us that, among voters in the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries (both won by Donald Trump), some form of ‘amnesty’ for illegal aliens is a majority position. | Read More »
[VIDEO] Watch these illegal aliens remind us of why Cruz and Trump are winning
As much as we all know the truth about Donald Trump’s online brownshirts, most Americans nationwide who back him, do so because they imagine he’s fighting for America. They don’t know about his true pro-amnesty views, they just want him to stand up for us. That’s why he’s doing well. It’s also a reason Ted Cruz, the man with a trusted record standing up to | Read More »
No, Ted Cruz Did NOT Support Amnesty, Concedes Megyn Kelly After #GOPDebate
During the Fox News/Google GOP debate on Thursday night, the candidates, especially Rubio and Cruz, were taken to task over their record on immigration. In one exchange, moderator Megyn Kelly challenged Senator Cruz to on whether, based on his amendments offered, he supported legalization. “Yes it would,” said Kelly of his amendment. However, later that evening Kelly interviewed Cruz and conceded an important point. That | Read More »
Could THIS be the real reason Donald Trump chickened out on the Iowa debate?
One of the main reasons that Donald Trump supporters cling to him is his alleged support for deporting illegal aliens and building The Wall. Some, including myself, have asserted for months that his opposition to illegal immigration is bogus, and if it comes down to illegals or profit, he’ll take the latter. Supposedly Trump dropped out of the Iowa debate because he didn’t like Megyn | Read More »
Where Was Donald Trump During the Immigration Fight? Advocating Amnesty
Ted Cruz has said that during the big fight over the Gang of Eight bill that Donald Trump was MIA. He’s not entirely correct. Trump was actually a supporter of the changes that the Gang of Eight bill would have made.
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Did Marco Rubio Just Endorse Amnesty? (VIDEO)
Today on Meet the Press, Marco Rubio was asked about his position on immigration. Whether or not he endorsed amnesty is both in the eye of the beholder and a metaphor for the difficulty of discussing immigration at all.
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(VIDEO) UNREAL. Jeb Bush Is Attacking Marco Rubio Over His Amnesty Vote
An increasingly desperate Jeb Bush campaign is attacking Marco Rubio for having held the exact same view on amnesty that Jeb Bush held.
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Did Obama Just Throw Hillary Under the Bus With His Immigration Announcement?
A couple of days ago the Department of Homeland Security announced that it was taking time off from the really important work of groping your genitals as a prerequisite to boarding a commercial aircraft to actually enforce the law. This is a novel concept in an administration that has virtually replaced E Pluribus Unum with L’etat, C’est Moi as the national motto. It announced that | Read More »
Rubio Campaign Plans To Paint Cruz As “Craven Insider Who Lacks Authenticity”
According to POLITICO, the Rubio campaign has worn itself out dancing the macarena over Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s difficulties on what may or may not be conflicts in his position on the legalization of illegal aliens. I say “may or may not” because Utah Senator Mike Lee, for instance, has supported Cruz’s account, but a colorable case can be made for the Rubio position. In the POLITICO story, this | Read More »
Fifth Circuit upholds injunction against Obama’s Amnesty
Greg Abbott sued to stop Barack Obama’s administrative amnesty for millions of illegal aliens, back when he was Attorney General. Now he’s Governor, and he is winning, along with the other 25 states that joined Texas in suing: the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the injunction preventing the President from implementing his amnesty.
Leading California anti-amnesty group defends One Child Policy
Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) likes to portray itself as a conservative group. They run ads against Amnesty, and went hard after . Like FAIR and NumbersUSA, they want to dupe the American right into thinking they are an ally. But they aren’t. They have more in common with Chinese Communist hardliners than American conservatives.
Marco Rubio on “Amnesty”: Let’s Take Care of Everything Else First
has four problems and two opportunities on immigration, and in an interview with Sean Hannity last night, he did his best to stake out a sensible middle ground that will make nobody entirely happy (except maybe people like me), but makes the best of the situation he’s already in. As to Rubio’s four problems, the first and most obvious is that a bunch of very | Read More »
Next Judicial Throwdown for Obama’s Executive Amnesty comes in July
Back when President Obama announced his executive order granting amnesty to potentially millions of illegal aliens, there was a lot of speculation on just how well such an action would hold up in court. Thus far, for the administration, the results have been nothing but rejection. The latest in the series of judicial setbacks for the President came last week when a three judge panel | Read More »
Scott Walker Flip Flops on Immigration Stance?
Is Governor Walker for amnesty, securing the border, a pathway to citizenship, or is he against it? The answer is clearly yes. Confused? So am I. It was only a few weeks ago that the Presidential Candidate in waiting was on Fox News Sunday emphatically stating his new firm position on immigration and border security. “My view has changed. I’m flat out saying it, candidates | Read More »
Texas Files Early Discovery Motion Against Obama
The Texas Attorney General is attuned to the news cycle as the rest of us. This week came word that the Obama Administration had actually begun implementing his executive amnesty plan well before he claimed to. In fact, his administration claimed that the amnesty plan would not be implemented until mid-February. A few days before the start of implementation, a federal judge in Texas issued | Read More »