Late yesterday, a Federal Judge in Texas issued a temporary restraining order against Obama Executive Order that game ‘amnesty’ for illegal aliens. The Judge is hearing a 26-state suit against Obama’s use of executive orders to bypass Congress, specifically opening the nations doors to millions of illegal aliens within and perched on our borders.
BAIER TRACKS: COURT SHAKES UP AMNESTY FIGHT ON HILL…
“As is so often the case, states lead the way. A lawsuit filed by 26 states against President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, took a big step forward. On Monday, a federal judge blocked the president’s actions granting legal status to millions of illegal immigrants. U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen’s decision puts a freeze on the president’s plan, the first phase of which was supposed to begin Wednesday. While the administration will no doubt appeal the ruling, this decision could provide a legislative opening for the Homeland Security funding bill that is stalled in the Senate. The bill is being blocked by Democrats and would also be certainly vetoed by the President should it pass. So what is the way out of the standoff? The Republican argument may be to ask how they could fund anything that has been blocked by the courts and go full steam ahead on offense. Or, Republicans may be so encouraged about the chance for legal remedy that the looming showdown is drained of some of its urgency and move toward compromise. We’ll see what they choose.” – Bret Baier. — FOXNews Newsletter, February 17, 2015.
The White House says it will appeal.
There is a column posted on the American Thinker website that would be hilarious…if it weren’t so true. The subject? “Illegal aliens complain about life in suburbia.”
It seems that life here is sooo…difficult. They can’t drive because they can’t get licenses. If they settle away from urban areas, there aren’t any lawyers with immigration experience…and the lawyers that do, want to be paid! By the illegal aliens! Up front in many cases!
Not only that, but many schools have no or limited bilingual education. They seem to think children speak English!
By Pedro Gonzales, February 17, 2015