Despite the fact that the immigration reform debate has largely centered on a path to citizenship, a recent poll found that Hispanics and Asian-Americans are most concerned about relief from the threat of deportation.
Post Obamacare rollout disaster, it is no surprise that many are questioning President Obama and his ability to run the country effectively. One of the first items on the president’s agenda when entering office was a health care law that made insurance more accessible for all Americans.
The most important issue is "dissatisfaction with government."
Hmm. Didn’t Obama just say that he won’t act unilaterally on immigration reform? Why, then, didn’t White House spokesman Josh Earnest rule out the possibility of using executive actions?
Let me get this straight.
With an increasing impetus to see immigration reform move on Capitol Hill, more conservative groups are rallying behind efforts to put pressure on the House GOP.
Post shutdown, the GOP is kind of all over the place. After struggling with a split party during the shutdown negotiations, it seems the conference needs some time to work out their differences; hence no vote on immigration.
The government shutdown isn’t even officially over yet, but President Obama is already trying to pin Republicans in another corner over immigration reform.
Despite the government shutdown closing national parks and monuments across the country, thousands of people congregated on the National Mall today to call attention to the need for comprehensive immigration reform.
Recently the pharmaceutical giant Merck announced it will cut 8,500 jobs in an effort to remain competitive in a rapidly changing drug industry.