Obama’s Anti-Terror Strategy is to Keep Losing Like We Have Been

Obama’s commitment to continue the current American anti-terror strategy has managed to upset both sides of the argument. At this point, Obama doesn’t have much to lose. He has a dwindling number of final days in the Oval Office, and he has made it clear that he intends to pursue his own brand of policy […]

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Donald Trump, Birthright Citizenship, and the Fourteenth Amendment

Donald Trump just released a six-page policy paper on immigration. Among the key points in the document, one particular item is getting quite a lot of attention. Trump wants to stop the “anchor baby” loophole from our interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment by more narrowly defining birthright citizenship: A policy paper released by 2016 Republican frontrunner Donald Trump this […]

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IRS Defends Giving “Back Pay” Tax Refunds to Illegal Immigrants

What? It’s bad enough that the civil government gives so-called refunds to people who haven’t actually paid any taxes. But now the IRS is claiming that illegal immigrants with new Social Security numbers (thanks to Obama’s executive amnesty) are apparently entitled to “refunds” for taxes they never paid while they were earning money in the […]

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Obama Amnesty Loophole Could Allow Illegals to Vote?

Is this just alarmism, or does it seem like Obama’s Executive Amnesty is designed for nothing more than getting more votes for the Democrat Party? Apparently, a loophole in the amnesty allows illegal aliens to vote, if they care to. That’s because they will have access to driver’s licenses and social security cards: While stressing […]

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Nominee for Attorney General Thinks Illegals Have Right to Work

Who has the “right” to work in the United States? According to Congress, those who are lawful citizens or lawful immigrants. According to Loretta Lynch, Obama’s nominee for Attorney General, illegals also have the right to work. Come again? Let’s unpack this whole right to work thing. What exactly is a right in the first […]

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Immigration Proclamation is More Politics Than Compassion

Obama just made an immigration reform move to ensure that Hispanic voters show up for the Democrats in 2016, and Republicans will have little capacity to do anything about it. Why Hispanic voters are okay with being political pawns is beyond me, but they will join feminists and African-Americans as demographics that the Democrats have […]

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“No Force on Earth Can Stop” Obama’s Immigration Activism

You’ve got to ask yourself… just what does Obama really want to accomplish with his immigration activism? Is it truly as obvious as it seems? Is it really the case that he cares about nothing more than getting votes for the Democratic Party? I guess. I can’t believe how obvious he is about it though: […]

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