Rule of Law


Want to Shut Down Obama on Immigration? Here’s How

The smart play for Republicans who care about defending the Constitution is to pass a short-term continuing resolution and, in January, pass two bills: one that funds everything but Citizenship and Immigration Services; another that funds that agency while denying funding for President Obama’s lawless actions.

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    Fight the Power Grab

    No policy preference is as important as the lawful adherence to our form of government.

    National Review, November 17, 2014
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    The Great Immigration Betrayal

    In a move that will undermine our republican forms, President Obama is set to trample on the Constitution, the separation of powers, and the rule of law, in plain defiance of Article I’s exclusive grant of federal legislative power to Congress.

    New York Times, November 16, 2014

    Sessions Outlines Plan to Stop Obama’s ‘Amnesty’

    As Senator Jeff Sessions argues, Congress should pass legislation barring President Obama from spending the money he needs to carry out his planned extralegal decree of amnesty for illegal immigrants.

    WND, November 7, 2014
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    Voters Trust Republicans to Stop Obama—Will the GOP Listen?

    Rather than tying the hands of the newly elected Congress and emboldening President Obama as he weighs further lawlessness, the lame-duck Congress should agree to no more than a short-term continuing resolution to fund the government into January.

    National Review, November 5, 2014
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    A Constitutional Congress?

    With the president increasingly viewing himself as untethered from constitutional constraints, here are five ideas to help Congress reestablish its rightful place in our constitutional structure.

    The Weekly Standard, October 27, 2014