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They found a potential weak spot: immigration. Perry had expressed some views, such as supporting in-state tuition for certain
The funding for DHS would only go into early next year, giving Republicans another shake at using the spending process to
The president's decision to take unilateral action comes in response to Congress' failure to pass comprehensive immigration
"I'm not, frankly, impressed by the statements of late by my own leadership that says, 'Well, the president is going to ruin
"I think it's fair to say that I've shown a lot of patience and tried to work on a bipartisan basis as much as possible and
Rubio's office insisted that there is no inconsistency with him now arguing that DACA facilitated the current border crisis
He added, “I don’t see how you get to an outcome this year with the two bodies in such a different place.” House Speaker
But when Republican Rep. Jeff Denham walked into a meeting with hundreds of his Hispanic constituents at a church in California's
On Monday, she also took a swipe at the tea party for “hurtling us from manufactured crisis to manufactured crisis." Wasserman
Is common sense breaking out on Capitol Hill? That might be too much to ask for. But at least the GOP leadership seems to be taking a hard look at political reality. Here are four big reasons why an immigration overhaul is likely to happen by the end of the year.
Rep. David Valadao (R-Calif.) said at the event that Boehner told him he expects "a vote before the end of the year" on some
Speaking with Christian radio host Rick Wiles last week in an exchange first captured by Right Wing Watch, Adams decried
Immigration reform leaders going to get arrested — Elise Foley (@elisefoley) August 1, 2013 Immigration
"If you look at the Judiciary Committee, which is one of the most conservative committees in the House ... I think the majority
Earlier this week, tea party activists and GOP lawmakers gathered near the Capitol to rail against an immigration reform bill passed by the Senate…and things got awkward.
Click over to The Nation for more. UPDATE: The Center for Immigration Studies, the nativist group that organized Monday's
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) dished out an oddly phrased and factually challenged takedown of President Barack Obama in
Conservative critics of comprehensive immigration reform have remained skeptical of polls that show Republican support, arguing
Latino voters surveyed favored former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over Florida Sen. Marco Rubio by 66 percent to 28
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) sees Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) as an untrustworthy and dishonest leader of the Republican