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  1. Sean Hannity, federal judge?! How a wacky right-wing jurist just disqualified himselfRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Salon

    The legal wrangling over President Obama's recently announced executive actions on immigration got off to an early and unexpected start yesterday when Judge Arthur Schwab, a district court judge in Pennsylvania, declared Obama's actions to be unlawful. Nobody saw this coming because no one actually asked Schwab to weigh in on Obama's immigration action - he just up and did it on his own, because that's what judges do, right? They judge things.


  2. Obama signs $1.1 trillion spending bill into lawRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    With little fanfare to mark a rare bipartisan achievement, President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed a massive, $1.1 trillion spending bill that keeps the government operating over the next nine months. The legislation was a compromise that angered liberals and conservatives alike but avoided a government shutdown and put off partisan clashes over immigration to next year.


  3. Barnidge: This place serves as a powerful reminder that we all are immigrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Inside Bay Area

    ... and it struck a resonant chord at a time when America is once again engaged in a national debate over immigration reform. What we had planned as a vacation-day outing turned into something far more meaningful. It's easy to forget that we all came ...


  4. An Academic's Shocking View: "I Hate Republicans"Read the original story

    Wednesday | Patterico

    I hate Republicans. I can't stand the thought of having to spend the next two years watching Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, Ted Cruz, Darrell Issa or any of the legions of other blowhards denying climate change, thwarting immigration reform or championing fetal "personhood."


  5. Ted Cruz Apologizes to GOP, Regrets Backfire on AmnestyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | News Max

    A "contrite" Sen. Ted Cruz apologized to his fellow Republicans on Tuesday, saying he wished he hadn't tried his amnesty and spending bill strategy that backfired and nearly provoked the second government shutdown in a little over a year. Reuters reported a Cruz spokeswoman as saying the senator apologized to colleagues "for inconveniencing their personal schedules" over the weekend.


  6. Obama vs. Cuba lobbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    ... accidental political configuration of the moment provides the best explanation. His executive action on immigration reform has given the president - and probably the Democrats - a big boost among Latinos. He won't be running for reelection, and ...


  7. Richard DiazRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | San Jose Mercury News

    For most of a half century, Richard Saucedo Diaz carried around a huge, double-lens camera to concerts, dances, political rallies, Cinco de Mayo parades, weddings, baptisms and produced a huge photographic collection of Latino social life when that community was often overlooked by mainstream media. "You name it," said his widow, Elvira Diaz, in the living room of the house the couple bought in 1950 in central San Jose.


  8. in Re: Pedro J. C. *Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | FindLaw

    GRUENDEL, KELLER and FLYNN, Js. Kathryn Madison, law student intern, with whom was Carroll Lee Lucht, for the appellant .


  9. Republican senator's priorities don't include protecting jobless AmericansRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 |

    The callous disregard many Members of Congress have for those who elected them was again made evident this past weekend by Sen. Kelly Ayotte , who reportedly was upset by having to work late Saturday in order to vote for the $1- trillion federal spending bill. According to Brietbart News , Ms.


  10. DCLB102-1213_2014_231955_high.jpgRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Congress' bipartisan agreement to fund the government for another year shouldn't necessarily be seen as a road map for 2015. The dynamics that tamed both parties' ideological wings on the weekend will change next year, handing new challenges to congressional leaders who often struggled just to keep the government's bills paid.


  11. Abbott: 'Texas suing Obama because of the Constitution, not immigration'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 |

    Texas Attorney General and soon to be governor, Republican Greg Abbott told Chuck Todd of NBC's "Meet the Press" that the state is not suing Obama for his past and current executive action on immigration , but because of Obama's intentional actions on violating the Constitution and ignoring Congress in the process, CNS reported on Monday. Although Abbott stated that Obama's immigration policies have hurt Texas' economy and elsewhere in the U.S., Obama and his continued quest to by-pass Congress and issue executive orders when he feels like it, puts the Constitution is serious danger and the way Abbott views it, it is time to sue.


  12. Obama's 'Operation Choke Point'Read the original story

    Monday Dec 8 | In-depth Africa

    Almost unbelievably, the Obama administration is involved in another scandalous abuse of power, one that has largely escaped the public's attention. The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee released a December 8 detailing the abuses by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation , operating under the auspices of a program known as Operation Choke Point.


  13. Obama's missing executive order; Federal Registry confirms no orderRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 6 |

    What ' amnesty executive order ' ? As of today, December 5, 2014, no such order -- signed by Barack Obama in November, 2014 -- exists in the Federal Registry -- The Daily Journal of the United States Government. Although Barack Obama officially announced to citizens of the United States of America in a prime-time speech from the White House on November 20, 2014, that he was taking executive action to stop deportations of illegal immigrants , altering the DACA and granting work permits for millions of aliens, no executive order exists at this time.


  14. Commentary: Republicans (and Dems) should defund the immigration Executive OrderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 |

    ... while at the same time resulting in a (hopefully) long-term solution to the political hot potato that is immigration reform . Most of all, the act of defunding DHS and creating an immigration Bill should be bipartisan. For Republicans, the benefit ...


  15. MomentumBREAD and CircusesRead the original story

    Jul 16, 2010 | American Reporter

    DUMMERSTON, Vt. -- In a recent interview with the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review , a newspaper owned by the far-right billionaire Richard Mellon Scaife, House Minority Leader John Boehner - the Ohio Republican with the day-glo orange fake tan who thinks he is going to be the Speaker of the House next year - complained about how Democrats "are snuffing out the America that I grew up in."


  16. MomentumDAY 59Read the original story

    Jun 17, 2010 | American Reporter

    ... visa program for temporary workers needs to be simplified. The biggest myth Meissner challenged is that immigration reform cannot happen in an election year. She pointed out that all the significant immigration bills enacted in the past 30 years ...


  17. GOP Rep: Courta s a Unconstitutionala Executive Amnesty Ruling a EncouragingaRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago |

    A Pennsylvania district court's ruling that President Obama's actions are "unconstitutional" is a positive development and likely the first of many court rebukes, according to Rep. Lou Barletta . "Though this is the first of presumably many court rulings on the President's unilateral executive amnesty, it is encouraging to see a federal court agree with what I have been saying all along," the Pennsylvania lawmaker said in a statement reacting to the decision.


  18. University of Michigan Department Chair: We Should Hate Republicans. ...Read the original story

    20 hrs ago |

    ... Ted Cruz, Darrell Issa or any of the legions of other blowhards denying climate change, thwarting immigration reform or championing fetal 'personhood.'" She writes that although the fact that her "tendency is to blame the Republicans . . . may seem ...


  19. Rep. Roby talks spending bill, CAVHCSRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | WSFA-TV Montgomery

    This provides full military funding, including new helicopters at Fort Rucker and Navy ships in Mobile. It also allows protection for farmers and foresters from aggressive federal water regulations on ponds and irrigation ditches.


  20. Brasch WordsBANNING the First AmendmentRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | American Reporter

    Deep cracks in what seemed to be monolithic momentum of the Republican election machine appeared here Saturday evening when Atlanta businessman Herman Cain swamped the established front-runners in a critical party straw poll that often predicts the Republican presidential nominee - and the next President of the United States. With more than 37 percent of the 2,657 votes cast among 3,500 attendees at the state Republican convention straw poll Saturday afternoon, Cain won on a simple plank of no-nonsense solutions to the nation's deepening tax dilemma.