“By allowing unlawful immigrants to benefit from this program, the Obama Administration undermines the integrity of our immigration system and the rule of law, and makes the system unfair for those who seek to come to the United States legally.
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We have some differences of opinion, but let’s not forget that Barack Obama has been unsettling our allies pretty severely for the last seven and a half years. He implied in a magazine article just a couple months ago that the UK was not a reliable ally. He went to London and essentially threatened British voters that they would not a favorable trade deal if they exercised their sovereign right to govern themselves and to leave the European Union. So I strongly disagree with those comments just as I have some differences of opinion with Donald Trump.
A new Clinton administration would pursue a bill to legalize illegal immigrants in “the first 100 days” of her tenure, vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine told Spanish-language network Telemundo in an interview Monday, presenting a deep contrast with Republicans. Mr. Kaine also predicted that House Republicans, who stopped President Obama’s last bid for legalization.
The Boston College faculty member and author of “Psychological Seduction; Why Johnny Can’t Tell Right From Wrong” is warning in a new article in Crisis Magazine that Americans should be alarmed by the convergence of influences from radical Muslims, radical blacks and a radical leftist president.
Former Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward is challenging John McCain for his Senate seat in the August GOP primary. Ward has correctly blamed McCain for helping create conditions in Syria and Iraq for the rise of the Islamic State terrorist empire. McCain has been in the Senate far too long and needs to retire. Ward is working to make that a reality.
The Senate is off to its best year since 1990 by at least one measure, with more than 30 of its bills having been signed into law by President Obama. Eighteen months into Republican control of the Senate, the upper chamber has settled into a new normal.
Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-TX) appeared on the Fox Business Network to discuss the horrific killing of five police officers last week by a racist New Black Panther Party fanatic. The mainstream media have downplayed the black nationalist and Muslim connection to this sniper.
Notable Republicans took to national television Friday to rip into President Obama for suggesting, just hours after the fatal shooting of five Dallas police officers and wounding of seven more, that the country ought to revisit the idea of clamping down on access to certain types of firearms.
In a world beset by Islamic terrorism, persecution of Christians, a destabilized Middle East, a flood of refugees and a crumbling European Union, the Obama administration, nevertheless, has time to make LGBT rights a foreign-policy priority.
Militants who invoke the doctrine of jihad follow principles influenced by Islamic law. The point to be grasped is that the doctrinal basis of jihad generates conditions that can incite “bottom up” terrorism, which does not need to be directed by jihadi organizations.