Dana Perino, the former spokeswoman for George W. Bush in the White House and Fox News co-host, said “Republicans are really boxed in” on President Obama’s executive amnesty, and that his actions are easily within the law.
President Obama held a Tuesday meeting at the Eisenhower Office Building with the country’s top law enforcement officials to make the case for immigration reform. Obama said the current system “makes it harder” for law enforcement to do their jobs, reiterating that most illegal immigrants “are not making trouble,” and “are not causing crimes.”
During a press briefing, White House spokesperson Jay Carney denied rumors regarding the potential for amnesty to be offered to former NSA systems analyst Edward Snowden.
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is not far enough to the right for some conservatives.
The Kremlin voiced disappointment Wednesday with President Barack Obama’s decision to cancel his Moscow summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, but said that it remains ready to cooperate with the United States on bilateral and international issues.
A hypothesis test on Daily Kos explores the suspicion that Mitt Romney is one of 5,000 wealthy Americans who were given “amnesty” for tax evasion.