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Immigration Reform Legislation (2013)

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  • Alan Grayson, the "monochromatic" GOP and white supremacists

    Alan Grayson, the "monochromatic"  GOP and white supremacists
    Updated 1:48 P.m., 1/13/15, with comment from the RNC. U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson loves to point out differences between himself and Republicans, and loves it even more when white supremacists take issue with him for doing so. The Orlando Democrat's...
  • President Obama better bring his "A game" and "best stuff"

    It's no secret President Obama is a sports-minded individual; video of him playing golf and basketball are ample proof. Heck, he even fills out his March Madness brackets live on ESPN, giving FOX News another chance to ridicule him should one of his Final...
  • Republicans take helm of Congress, but initial course is unclear

    Republicans take helm of Congress, but initial course is unclear
    As Republicans take control Tuesday of both chambers of Congress for the first time in eight years, party leaders hope to move quickly to confront President Obama and showcase their conservative ideology, including austere budget cuts and dismantling...
  • Cass Sunstein: Obama's last years will be his most interesting

    Here's a quiz. Why did President Barack Obama take steps to normalize relations with Cuba? (a) To polish his legacy. (b) To improve the position of the Democratic Party for the 2016 election. (c) To weaken the Cuba lobby. (d) To show leadership. (e)...
  • For Republican-led Congress, time to govern

    The following editorial appeared in The Dallas Morning News on Saturday, Jan. 3: Since Democrats lost control of the House midway through President Barack Obama's first term, both parties have parroted ready-made excuses for congressional gridlock....
  • Republican Carlos Curbelo seeks common ground in new Congress

    WASHINGTON — Newly elected Republican Carlos Curbelo speaks softly and with a rare tone of moderation, a striking departure from the loud bickering that has divided the just concluded do-little Congress. The Cuban American from Kendall — who...
  • Hatch's well-worn gavel to shape deals in Republican-led Senate

    WASHINGTON Orrin Hatch has been here before. And he was here before that. And before that. The Republicans are taking over the U.S. Senate again, and just as in 1981, 1995 and 2003, the lawyer from Utah will have a central role, this time as chairman...
  • The invisible 2016 primary...revealed

    This early stretch of presidential campaigns used to be known as the invisible primary. The action — would-be candidates drawing up strategies, courting donors and recruiting aides — occurred beyond the sight of ordinary voters. Only it's not...
  • 'Dynamic' scorekeeping may help House Republicans pass tax reform

    Republicans controlling the House have changed the rules on budget scorekeeping and Democrats are unhappy with the new math. At issue is so-called dynamic scoring, which factors in the economic effects of legislation when estimating its effect on the...
  • Marco Rubio says he can win presidential election

    Marco Rubio says he can win presidential election
    Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said Wednesday he believes he can win the next presidential election, offering an unusually aggressive assessment of his chances while dismissing concerns they're threatened by potential rival and his political mentor, former...
  • Lawsuits on Obama's immigration directives won't move us closer to reform

    One thing we've learned about President Obama's opponents over the last six years is that they like to sue. A lot. Which should be surprising, given the professed reluctance of conservatives to use the courts to effect political change. While calculated...