Poor Paul Ryan. All he wanted to do was ride off into the sunset next January after achieving his boyhood dream of gutting the social safety net. But multiple reports this weekend suggest that everyone in the Republican caucus, from his enemies to his top lieutenant, wants him to just fuck off as soon as possible.
Paul Ryan, a man whose spine is made out of little rolled up pages from Atlas Shrugged, has continuously dodged addressing the issue of DACA reauthorization. But now, he and other GOP leaders are facing a potential rebellion from moderate members of their party who are pushing for a “discharge petition.” The petition…
Despite multiple court rulings that have blocked efforts by the Trump administration to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, several DACA recipients remain nervous about renewing their status, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Worried in part over the potentially disastrous midterm elections, a growing group of Republican legislators in politically perilous circumstances have begun pushing a legislative tactic to force a floor vote on several immigration bills, over the objection of their own party leadership. Of course, since these are…
Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois is accusing Jeff Sessions of doing some collusion—with the state of Texas.
Donald Trump’s plan to kill off DACA just hit another snag.
The Arizona Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that DACA recipients are no longer eligible for in-state college tuition. Now, more than 2,000 students will have to struggle to find a way to stay in school.
After vowing to send the military to guard the southern border with Mexico, President Trump darkly teased taking “strong action” on immigration later today.
Donald Trump unveiled his latest hellish immigration policy idea on Tuesday, saying that until he gets his wall, he plans to guard the US-Mexico border with the military.
Donald Trump, father to multiple human offspring, used the 140th Easter Egg Roll, a day of kid-friendly activities at the White House, to talk to the children about how he’s going to get lots of money for the military to fight wars. He also muttered in their tiny, impressionable ears about how the Democrats…
Donald Trump retreated to his safe space in Florida this weekend, where he reportedly spent tons of time with awful, anti-immigrant Fox News hosts before going on two days’ worth of Twitter rants railing against immigrants. Interesting timing!
Nothing captures the spirit of the Christian holiday of Easter better than ranting about immigrant children and attacking our neighbors. This was President Donald Trump’s approach to the holiday, anyway, after spending most of the weekend golfing and watching TV.
Mitt Romney, who is currently trying to become a U.S. senator in Utah, bragged on Monday about his extraordinary ability to somehow be more awful to immigrants than President Donald Trump.
President Trump signed the $1.3 trillion spending bill passed by Congress on Friday, thus averting a government shutdown. Trump’s signature came despite his threatening to veto the bill, calling it a “ridiculous situation,” and complaining that no one had time to read it, which is true!
A $1.3 trillion spending bill made its way through Congress early Friday morning and was on its way to Donald Trump’s desk. The bill, which increases both defense spending for big boy Republican hawks and domestic spending for Democrats, was intended to stave off a government shutdown, which will happen on Friday…
A federal judge in Maryland on Monday struck down a legal challenge to President Trump’s plans to end legal protections for young undocumented immigrants, dealing a blow to DACA recipients on the same day that the White House deadline to end the program arrived.
Today was supposed to be Donald Trump’s deadline for the end of DACA—but a federal judge’s decision in January put a stop to that. Yet while the Trump administration tries to appeal the case, DACA recipients like 30-year-old Ilsy Bu are fighting for a concrete policy that will allow them to stay in the country.
When the Trump administration rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program last year, it set an arbitrary deadline of March 5, 2018 for Congress to deliver a solution to replace DACA, which shields young undocumented immigrants from deportation.