President Obama left office with a mixed legacy on immigration. Because his administration deported record numbers of undocumented immigrants, immigration advocates often derided him as “Deporter-In-Chief.” And yet Donald Trump campaigned on a promise to further restrict immigration – both legal and undocumented – and to deport even more, calling Obama “weak” on immigration. So, […]
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Illegal immigrants want President Obama to pardon some 750,000 so-called “Dreamers.” They say Obama pardons are their last, best hope to avoid what they fear will be a wave of deportations once President-elect Donald Trump takes office. According to the Washington Times, they will make their “request” by having a “rally” in New York on Wednesday: “Millions of law abiding undocumented immigrants are fearful of | Read More »
President-elect Donald Trump won the presidency campaigning on a promise of a far-reaching immigration crackdown, and it looks like he intends to keep it. Trump listed immigration as one of his top three priorities on Thursday: We’re gonna look very strongly at immigration; we’re gonna look at the border. We’re gonna look very strongly at health care, and we’re looking at jobs — big league | Read More »
July 31, 2014, the House decided to stay in DC and work. The Senate had already left town for their August recess. The President held a press conference to let the world know that in his opinion, he found dealing with Congress untenable and the body was dysfunctional because they could not pass a bill to send to him to do what he wanted done— | Read More »
House Republicans are about to pass legislation that does nothing to secure our border while allowing amnesty to many of those who’ve come across the border illegally. What the measure does not do is deal with DACA, the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” program the President instituted by executive order. Without shutting down DACA, the House Republicans will essentially be spending a pile of money | Read More »