WH Admits Illegals Issued Work Permits After Judge's Injunction

Sandy Fitzgerald Newsmax 08 May 2015

Attorneys for the Obama administration acknowledged late Thursday that they had broken a Texas court’s injunction on immigration by issuing thousands of work permits, and could face possible sanctions in the case.

The acknowledgment was filed just before midnight in the Brownsville, Texas, court of U.S. District Judge Andrew […]

What If Employers Don’t Want to Hire the 5 Million Illegal Immigrants?

Jim Geraghty National Review Online 11/20/2014

Hugh Hewitt offers an unexpected argument: The quasi-amnesty the president offers tonight may actually make it tougher for illegal immigrants to find jobs:

The people in the country illegally will know shortly that this stunt tonight does not help them and may in fact hurt them –badly. The collision […]

Source: Obama to announce 10-point immigration plan via exec action as early as next week

Lucas Tomlinson FoxNews.com 11/12/2014

President Obama is planning to unveil a 10-part plan for overhauling U.S. immigration policy via executive action — including suspending deportations for millions — as early as next Friday, a source close to the White House told Fox News.

The president’s plans were contained in a draft proposal from a U.S. […]

Obama’s triple punch hits America in the gut after midterms

Ernest Istook The Washington Times 10/20/2014

No matter who wins or loses on Election Day, President Obama is ready with a big new push of his radical agenda the very next day. It includes a triple punch on immigration amnesty, higher health insurance costs and putting thousands of convicts back on the streets early.

Mr. […]

Obama to Immigration Activists: 'No Force on Earth Can Stop Us'

Real Clear Politics 10/2/2014

PRESIDENT OBAMA: People who love this country can change it. America isn’t Congress. America isn’t Washington. America is the striving immigrant who starts a business or the mom who works two low-wage jobs to give her kids a better life. America is the union leader and the CEO who put aside […]

To some, Obama’s immigration delay proves ‘it’s never convenient to help out Latinos’

Ed O’Keefe The Washington Post 9/6/2014

There was nothing mixed or muddled about the reaction.

Among undocumented immigrants and activists working on their behalf, President Obama’s decision to wait until after November’s elections to make promised changes to immigration policy provoked raw anger.

One group called the president’s decision “an affront” to migrant families. Another […]