President Barack Obama’s amnesty for four million illegal immigrants will cost Americans about $2 trillion, or roughly $40 billion a year for the next five decades.
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WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama knows his amnesty for illegals is not popular, so he's going back out on the campaign trail to persuade or mollify critical voter blocs, according to a top White House official.
President Barack Obama threw the political dice Thursday night by offering a massive amnesty to the least popular migrants, just weeks after he was decisively rebuked by voters angry about the stalled economy and Washington gridlock.
White House officials suspect the Ferguson decision will be announced Friday, so they shifted their amnesty announcement to Thursday night, Univision’s top news-anchor told The Daily Caller.
Illegal immigrants will receive huge payments from American taxpayers under rules now being imposed by President Barack Obama's unilateral amnesty.
President Barack Obama's unilateral amnesty will gut the long-standing Secure Communities program, which allows state officials to transfer illegals immigrants to federal agencies.
The White House cancelled its usual press conference Nov. 20, and instead invited establishment media to attend a closed-door briefing about the president’s unprecedented offer of work-permits to millions of foreign workers.
President Barack Obama's unilateral amnesty will quickly add as many foreign workers to the nation's legal labor force as the total number of new jobs created by his economy since 2009.
Democrats and Republicans in bluer-than-blue Oregon strongly backed a referendum on Election Day to eliminate a 2013 law that would have provided drivers' licenses to illegal immigrants.
President Barack Obama knows his national amnesty is unpopular, White House spokesman Josh Earnest admitted Tuesday.
President Barack Obama will pitch his unilateral amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants on Friday at a mostly Latino high school in Las Vegas.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest signaled Tuesday that the president’s amnesty for million of illegals will be announced very soon.
President Barack Obama knows his planned amnesty is unpopular and he knows it threatens the wages and communities of many Americans -- including many African-Americans -- who backed him in 2008 and 2012.
SHOCK FLASHBACK: Obama Says Illegal Immigration HURTS ‘Blue-Collar Americans,’ STRAINS Welfare [VIDEO]
President Barack Obama once declared that an influx of illegal immigrants will harm "the wages of blue-collar Americans" and "put strains on an already overburdened safety net."
The American public should call and email Congress to ensure the GOP leadership blocks President Barack Obama's proposed rollback of immigration enforcement, Rep. Matt Salmon told The Daily Caller.
President Barack Obama unilaterally will award work permits to more than four million foreigners, most of whom are now living illegally in the United States, according to statements by White House officials to The New York Times.
Democrats and advocates for more immigration are cheering President Barack Obama's plan to unilaterally grant work permits to many illegal immigrants, even though numerous polls show overwhelming public hostility to plans that favor illegals over Americans.
A growing group of at least 50 GOP legislators are pushing Republican leaders and the powerful appropriations committee to adopt safeguards against President Barack Obama’s plan to grant work permits to millions of illegals now living in the United States.
Republican leaders are promising to fight President Barack Obama's new energy regulation commitment with China.