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President Obama’s Executive #Amnesty Program is Attack Upon Rule of Law; Texas Leads 26-State Coalition in Oral Arguments in Fifth Circuit Immigration Hearing

Texas leads a 26-state bipartisan coalition fighting the president’s attempt to unilaterally grant amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants

The Texas Attorney General’s Office today continued the fight against President Obama’s executive amnesty program, arguing for the bipartisan coalition of 26 states in the… 608 more words

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Breaking: Appellate Court Hammers Labor Dept for Abusive Litigation and Bad Faith

“Defend the indefensible in an indefensible manner,” “frivolous,” “bad faith,” “outrageous.” These are just a few of the choice words used by the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to describe abusive conduct by the Department of Labor [“DOL”] in flat-out frivolous civil prosecution by which it sought to destroy a small business known as Gate Guard Services—for nothing. 1,005 more words

Obama’s Remedial Legal Education

A federal appeals court rebukes his immigration order “…The Fifth Circuit decision vindicates the rule of law and shows again how Mr. Obama is exceeding his legal authority. 141 more words
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Another Court Victory Against Obama's Illegal Executive Order Granting Amnesty

Judge Denies Obama’s Request to Let Immigration Policy Stand

Julián Aguilar reports: A Brownsville-based federal judge on Tuesday denied the Obama administration’s request to let a controversial immigration program proceed while the issue plays out in the courts. 377 more words

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this pressed-for your information: Supreme Court blocks Texas abortion restrictions|via The Truth 24.com

 via The Truth 24.com:

Supreme Court blocks Texas abortion restrictions

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday blocked certain restrictions on abortion contained in a Texas state law.

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RT: Abortion law that forced 16 Texas clinics to be shut down upheld

Published time: March 28, 2014 00:54

Reuters / Darrell Byers

A US federal appeals court has upheld imposing new restrictions on Texas abortion doctors that, once enacted, will likely force many of the women’s health clinics in the second-most populated state in the US to shut down. 478 more words