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Judge Hanen may have ruled against Obama’s immigration policy, but the “take care” clause of the Constitution may prove a major flaw in his opinion.
President Obama has acted with reckless disregard in the way he has handled immigration and the implementation of the ACA.
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The 2013-14 numbers just released show interesting contrasts with those of 2010-11, when the economy was flagging and stimulus money disbursed. Back then the Washington metropolitan area — Virginia, Maryland, D.C. — was growing well above the national average. Now, with the sequester cuts, growth in the region is below average.
The separation of powers is not the only significant constitutional matter at stake in the debate about President Obama’s decision to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants. In contention as well are the contours of representative government itself.
Shikha Dalmia and Reihan Salam debate the politics and economics of immigration reform.
The left does not want to acknowledge a fundamental conflict between two of its favorite ideological goals — more immigration and reduced income equality.
Will the approximately five million undocumented immigrants covered by the President’s action be eligible to receive welfare benefits? And if so, how much will those benefits cost?
President Obama’s real immigration goal is twofold: Cement Latinos into the Democratic coalition and force Republicans to overreact.