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WASHINGTON - JANUARY 04: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) holds up the Speaker's gavel after being elected as the first woman Speaker during a swearing in ceremony for the 110th Congress in the House Chamber of the U.S. Capitol January 4, 2007 in Washington, DC. Pelosi will lead …

Pelosi: Having Gavel Will Give Me ‘Leverage’ over Trump

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said on Tuesday that regaining her Speakership will give her leverage in her conversations with President Donald Trump and will make “all the difference in the world” when negotiating on issues like amnesty and gun control.

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Diversity Advocates Slam, Damn, Trump Border Reform

Advocates of increased immigration and imposed social diversity used Twitter to slam and damn Donald Trump’s comprehensive reform of federal programs to reduce illegal immigration.

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RNC’s 2012 ‘Autopsy’ Said Amnesty Was Only Path to Victory

After the disappointment of the 2012 elections, the Republican National Committee commissioned an “autopsy” to examine the party’s flaws, and ways to move forward. One of the key recommendations: the party must “must embrace and champion comprehensive immigration reform.”

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Rick Perry Shows Trump Has Changed Immigration Narrative

GOP Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has managed to single-handedly change the debate about immigration overnight, and now his rivals, like former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, are showing signs of desperately scrambling to catch up. In a recent appearance on CNN, Perry was forced to waffle on the issue of “anchor babies” and birthright citizenship.

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Santorum on Iran: They Will Use Nuclear Weapons

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says he is certain Iran will use a nuclear weapon to wage war, suggesting it is the mentality behind the regime which makes it a greater threat than other nuclear-armed nations.

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Rubio: Immigration Can’t Be Fixed With ‘Comprehensive’ Bill

Florida Senator and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio argued the immigration system “cannot be fixed in one massive comprehensive piece of legislation” at Monday’s Voters First Presidential Forum in New Hampshire. Rubio said that the immigration system, “it cannot be

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Rep. Cardenas Tells Illegals: ‘I Represent All of You’ in Congress

U.S. Congressman Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) has been traveling the country on an “Immigration Action National Tour,” gathering foreign nationals illegally present in the United States, organizing them to rally for comprehensive immigration reform, and guiding them in applying for legal status under President Obama’s executive amnesty plans–DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and DAPA (Deferred Action for Parental Accountability).

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New San Diego Bishop Rushes to Push Immigration Reform

Native Californian Monsignor Robert McElroy of San Francisco received appointment from the Vatican Tuesday to the position of Roman Catholic bishop of San Diego. Hours later, McElroy announced that he would pressure Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform. Such plans

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Cato Amnesty Analysts Attack Jeff Sessions’ Plan to Battle Amnesty

At least two senior analysts for the libertarian-leaning Cato Institute are attacking Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) 25-page roadmap forward for the new Republican majority in Congress on the crucial issue of immigration. These attacks from Cato analysts against Sessions’ plan come as pro-amnesty elements of the GOP consultant class are gearing up for another push alongside Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg’s group FWD.us for amnesty.

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Jeff Sessions Pens 25-Page Roadmap for New Republican Majority

Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) is explaining what he thinks the Republican Party position on immigration should be in a 25-page document delivered to all Republican members of Congress and all their key staffers on Capitol Hill. “‘Immigration reform’ may be the single most abused phrase in the English language. It has become a legislative honorific almost exclusively reserved for proposals which benefit everyone but actual American citizens,” Sessions writes in the introduction.