Do Republican Congressional leaders think nobody will notice the monstrosity that the Congress has created in the omnibus federal spending legislation?
One element of the bill would effectively quadruple the number of H-2B foreign workers for blue-collar non-farm jobs that millions of Americans need. At a time when the labor force participation rate is only 62.5 percent […]
For some odd reason, Senator Marco Rubio wasn’t asked about his sponsorship of the nation-crushing Gang of Eight amnesty bill during Tuesday’s Republican candidate debate. (He is pictured here with his G8 Democrat amnesty mentor, Senator Charles Schumer.)
So National Public Radio helpfully checked in with the Florida senator on Wednesday morning to learn his current […]
The fundamental transformation of the American workplace by smart machines has gone undiscussed in the Presidential campaign until now: one tiny mention occurred in Tuesday’s Republican debate by a man who characterizes himself as the fresh voice for the 21st century.
RUBIO: The problem is that today people are not successful working as hard as ever […]
Congressman Mo Brooks had some politely positive things to say about Paul Ryan on Fox News this morning, but allowed that the reluctant candidate for Speaker would have to chill on his amnesty fixation to get Brooks’ vote:
MO BROOKS: Now on to Paul Ryan. I have some reservations about Paul in particular with respect to […]
Donald Trump’s surprise emergence as the Republican frontrunner because of his tough talk about immigration has highlighted the issue and created interesting reactions among the other candidates. Rick Perry has taken to sniping at Trump, calling the billionaire businessman a hypocrite who employs illegals and a “cancer on conservatism.”
Perry says, that as a former Texas governor, he’s […]
Did the GOP leadership of the House and Senate think that party voters wouldn’t detect their consistent failure to oppose Obama policies of crazed overspending, globalized trade and immigration amnesty, among others?
A recent Pew survey shows the support of Republicans for GOP behavior has dropped like a stone — down 18 percent (from 86% to […]
The cultural crazy bell was rung pretty hard last week with the news that the a white woman, Rachel Dolezal, has been posing as black for years and used it to her advantage, such as becoming the President of the Spokane NAACP. The media has gone into overdrive, even hitting the front page of the […]
The pollsters at Rasmussen have quizzed American voters and found that 53 percent of the Obama’s Democrat party think illegal aliens are good to go in the voting booth, equal to us citizens. Only 21 percent of Republicans agree with that idea. The idea is another slice in the death by a thousand cuts to […]
Fox News’ resident expert on legal opinions of the courts discussed Tuesday’s decision of the Fifth Circuit to deny the administration’s request to lift a hold on Obama’s unconstitutional executive amnesty.
The judge appeared with Neil Cavuto for a chat about the law and politics. Unfortunately, it will be a chilly day in hell before the […]
In Wednesday’s Rules Committee meeting, Congressman Mo Brooks urged the members to remove the illegal alien/DACA language from the National Defense Authorization (NDAA). Freshman Congressman Dave Brat has also spoken against the military amnesty scheme and commented during the hearing. (See Brat’s article in the Daily Signal, Defense Funding Bill Shouldn’t Allow Illegal Immigrants to Enlist […]
Funny how Obama’s temporary-but-generous amnesty for five million included a “loophole” of free money for the foreign grifters via the tax code.
Semi-limited anarchy turns out to be messy, because removing a major brick from the structure of laws necessitates specific repairs here and there. You can’t have just a little chaos. It spreads.
Here’s Senator […]
Nestor Moto, the chairman of the College Republican Club from Cal State Long Beach, appeared on Fox News to discuss the new “Dream Success Center” dedicated to serving the illegal alien students on campus. According to Moto, there are only 11 guidance counselors for the entire student body of around 28,000 individuals, yet the lawbreaking […]