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Top 10 Ways Obama Violated The Constitution During His Presidency

Ilya Shapiro, The Obama administration has been the most lawless in U.S. history. Here are just a few examples to prove it. The Obama administration has been the most lawless in U.S. history. I don’t mean that in the Nixonian sense of personal corruption, whereby the president is personally above the law, although the idea

Dreamers are saddened but defiant following Supreme Court immigration ruling

Devastated. That is how Giancarlo Tello described he felt after hearing the news of the Supreme Court’s 4-4 tie ruling on President Barack Obama’s immigration plan to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation. The 26-year-old undocumented immigrant from Peru just graduated last month from Rutgers University with a degree in political science thanks in

Americans are helping eight million people break this bad law

Last week immigrants, their families, and legal advocates rallied outside the U.S. Supreme Court as eight justices heard oral arguments in United States v. Texas, an immigration case concerning the Obama Administration’s Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) program, which would have offered deferred action status and work authorization to

Fate of Obama’s immigration plan in hands of Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court takes up a case on Monday probing the limits of presidential powers as the justices weigh whether President Barack Obama overstepped his authority with unilateral action to protect millions of people in the country illegally from deportation. The case, pitting Obama against 26 states led by Texas that filed suit to

Obama immigration action goes before Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case on Monday that tests the boundaries of presidential powers, confronting the question of whether President Barack Obama exceeded his authority with unilateral action to spare millions of people in the country illegally from deportation. The case, one of the most consequential of the court’s current term that