obama executive actions

Republicans see even the slightest reform to gun policy as a slippery slope that could eventually lead to proposals to abolish the Second Amendment which is unfortunate when there is a credible middle ground to be reached.
On the heels of President Obama's historic executive action on gun control, Ball's story is also a reminder of the damage that firearms can do at the hands of a certainly innocent child.
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The images this week of an openly emotional President Obama as he announced the executive actions on gun control were very moving. Whatever your political affiliation, I think many of us can agree that when leaders show uncensored emotion about an issue it is a moment that represents a kind of redemption.
If we're going to have laws, then they should be practical laws that actually work. B-b-b-but what about the "slippery slope"?? Ah, yes, the slippery slope. Yes, I confess, preventing felons from buying guns sends us hurtling -- no, careening -- down that slippery slope, toward... personal safety.
While major hurdles have been cleared with the Obama administration's executive actions, much remains to be done.
Senator Rubio does not support shutting down DHS. But he does support stopping the new executive order on immigration and
In 2012, the president issued the "National Travel and Tourism Strategy," with the goal of seeing 100 million international
The Family and Medical Leave Act guarantees certain workers 12 weeks of leave to care for a new child or a sick loved one
WASHINGTON -- If you're a salaried worker in the U.S., chances are you don't get paid overtime at your job, even if you work
Forty-one million dollars. That's a serious piece of change. And it's the amount of tax revenue Ohioans stand to lose over the next five years if Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has his way.
The debate heated up when Ramos asked why, if the president believed he had always possessed the authority to use executive
As Americans prepare for a festive Thanksgiving meal, millions of undocumented immigrants in the U.S. like Samaniego still
The time to act on immigration is now and not just because the President is taking executive action. The time is now because, today, there are still millions of families living in fear, there are still billions of dollars in tax revenue to be able to be contributed.
When America, a country that globally champions the ideals of democracy and freedom, starts to develop political apathy of this magnitude, it compromises its ability to inspire other countries on the world stage, or to attract foreign business investment to its shores.
During a Fox News interview Sunday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) argued that only Congress is authorized to legislate federal
In order to turn the corner on the immigration issue as a nation, we need to expose the inaccurate and inflammatory themes that have dominated our immigration discourse for what they are: lies.
While President Obama's expanded deportation relief is a welcome move -- the truth is that without addressing immigration detention, immigrants will continue to suffer horrifying conditions in detention centers.
The GOP pushes Obama's buttons. Obama -- finally! -- pushes back.
MINUS COLUMN Obama's supporters seem to have a 'go ahead make my day' confidence in the face of GOP criticism, noting the