The attention on immigration reform has now turned to the House, where Republicans recognize there is a need for reform and also believe that real, lasting reform cannot be rushed. In a GOP conference meeting last week, Republican leaders expressed the importance of working toward a real solution. House Republicans recognize that our immigration system is broken, and have already worked on separate bills to address some of the pressing needs. They will now take up the task of crafting a reform plan of their own.
Student loan rates doubled this month, and grads have the Democrats to blame. Stafford student loan rates doubled on July 1 because Senate Democrats and the President failed to act. House Republicans did everything they could to fix the problem, and passed a relief package in May that was partly based on an idea from the President himself. Republicans in Congress remain committed to a bipartisan solution, yet Democrats drug their feet and played politics, opposing the President’s own plan, and blocking any chance of any other plan passing. It’s time for Harry Reid to stop playing games and to start working with Republicans to provide relief to students.
These ARE the times that try men’s souls. Now we find that the IRS Chief Wilkins held up 2,900 Tea Party-type applications prior to the 2012 election, so they couldn’t raise money against Obama. In addition, Obama signed yet another executive order (more abuse) requiring mandatory HIV testing under ObamaCare for ages 15-65. Survivors of Benghazi were forced to sign non-disclosure agreements. Folks, more than ever we need people willing to take a stand against any and all tyranny. We are being over-regulated and taxed at every juncture. Obama has and is […]