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Jeb Bush Ends Presidential Bid for 2016 by picking his brother's Least Popular Policy (for the GOP)

“We have a history of allowing people to come in legally to embrace our values and pursue their dreams in a way that creates prosperity for all of us,” Bush said.

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Sleeper Cells: The Immigration Component of the Threat

Frontpage, by Michael Cutler, Jan. 23, 2015:

In the wake of the terror attacks in Paris, France terror raids were carried out in Belgium and Greece to identify, locate and hunt down so-called “sleepers cells.” Journalists and politicians have finally raised the issue of the threats potentially posed by sleeper agents in the United States, going back to the future — the same concerns about sleeper cells in the United States were voiced in the wake of the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 including by the then-director of the FBI, Robert Mueller. 635 more words

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Immigration Reform by Executive Action - What Else Did the President Do?

OK, to close the proverbial loop on President Obama’s administrative “fix” of our “broken immigration system”, here’s a few other things that the President announced on November 20, 2014.  400 more words

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Obama's Immigration Executive Action: Some Lawful Immigration Changes

So of course the centerpiece of President Obama’s administrative “fix” of our “broken immigration system” are his initiatives to grant “deferred action” to some aliens who are unlawfully present in the United States, and who were brought to the United States as children and raised here.  731 more words

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Immigration Reform Becomes A Priority...Again

By Alan Caruba ~

Every few years immigration becomes a political issue and, in truth, it has always been an issue in the minds of generations of Americans from its earliest years. 1,033 more words

Public Opinion

Take-Aways from Obama's Speech on Executive Action

On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced that he would take executive action to confront the country’s immigration crisis. While political conservatives criticized the president for overstepping his authority, this response ignores some of the speech’s most important implications. 461 more words

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Hamburgers and Comprehensive Immigration Reform

By Kati Seeman

The character Wimpy from the cartoon Popeye ordered his lunch saying, “I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.” When Tuesday comes around, Wimpy doesn’t pay, though. 278 more words