As happened in 2006, amnesty has passed the Senate again.
The future of American sovereignty, security and employment access is now up to the U.S. House of Representatives, in which members must face re-election every two years.
Home on a July 4th break and gauging public resistance to another amnesty, the House GOP will meet on July 10 back in Washington to compare notes and decide how, or even if, to handle promises of future immigration enforcement.
Will the Republican-controlled House also capitulate to the amnesty coalition led by big business? We’ll see. Read More»