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House Speaker John Boehner: 'We Will Not Stand Idle' On Immigration

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – From a lawsuit to a backlash.

President Barack Obama has changed United States immigration policy amid major blowback on Capitol Hill. 1,025 more words

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Speaker of the House John Boehner: President Obama Is 'Damaging The Presidency Itself' -- "Undermines the rule of law in our country"

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“The president has chosen to deliberately sabotage any chance of enacting bipartisan reforms that he claims to seek.” 812 more words

President Obama Signals Rule By Decree For His Final Two Years With Immigration Order

Intentionally ignoring Republican pleas to work with them, President Barack Obama unveiled expansive executive actions on immigration Thursday night to spare nearly 5 million people in the U.S. 935 more words

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Democrats May Rue the Day President Obama Initiated the Imperial Presidency On Immigration

President Obama, following through on his vow to sidestep Congress, will announce in a prime-time TV speech Thursday the executive actions he will take to change U.S. 972 more words

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Gruber: The Lies That Led to ObamaCare

Gruber: The Lies That Led to ObamaCare
by JBS President John F. McManus

If a conservative, or even a mere Republican, had made the statements Professor Jonathan Gruber freely delivered at a policy forum a year ago, he or she would have been repudiated by the mass media, shunned by colleagues, and sent out to some pasture. 579 more words

President Obama To Announce Immigration Steps Thursday

Sidestepping Congress, President Barack Obama on Thursday will announce steps he will take to shield up to 5 million immigrants illegally in the United States from deportation, defying Republican lawmakers who say such a step would poison relations with the new GOP led legislature. 787 more words

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President Obama Yet to Return to Congress for Further Congressional Authorization in War Against ISIS

Congressional authorization of the U.S. war against Islamic State extremists has gone nowhere in two weeks since President Barack Obama vowed to coordinate with lawmakers on a stronger legal basis for military action, prompting growing frustration with the White House. 682 more words

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