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Cantor Endorses Amnesty For Certain Illegal Aliens Who Join Military

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According to Breitbart News, a high-ranking staffer for House Majority Leader Eric Cantor admitted the Representative supports granting amnesty to certain illegal aliens if they enlist in the U.S. military. This confirms prior statements by ENLIST Act sponsor Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Calif., and Armed Services Committee Chairman Buck McKeon, R-Calif.

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House Rejects Separate Budget Amendments with Funding for Amnesty

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The House of Representatives rejected two separate substitute amendments to Rep. Paul Ryan's (R-Wisc.) FY2015 budget resolution that would have included revenues and funding for immigration provisions included in S.744, the Senate-approved Schumer-Rubio-Obama amnesty bills. While both votes were reflective of bigger issues, the House has approved the Ryan budget without any immigration-related provisions other than standard enforcement.

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New York Times implies Obama promised to stop deporting people at the border. He didn't.

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  by  Jeremy Beck

In their April 6, 2014 story, "More deportations follow minor crimes, records show," New York Times reporters Ginger Thompson and Sarah Cohen make it clear in the first paragraph that the Times isn't going to give up on the "record deportations" claim, although Thompson and Cohen do confirm what other news outlets already have: deportations from the

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New Virginia GOP director wants to 'deport' Republicans who favor deporting illegal aliens?

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  by  Roy Beck

A national blogger/ internet firestorm has erupted over claims that Shaun Kenney wants to drive out of the party anybody who opposes "reform" that allows illegal aliens to remain in the U.S. and especially to those who want laws enforced that require deportation of people who are here illegally. A poll of Virginians finds that most Republican voters are at odds with the immigration policies that Kenney supports.

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Chairman McKeon Nixes Amnesty in Draft Defense Bill

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House Armed Services Committee Chairman Buck McKeon, R-Calif., said he will not include the “ENLIST” Act amnesty in the draft defense authorization bill he introduces. McKeon’s decision was a setback for the measure’s sponsor, Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Calif., who had been quietly trying to include it in the Chairman’s draft. Still, Denham promised to try to add the amnesty in committee or on the House floor.

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IRS: No rule to limit 501(c)(4) non-profits this year

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IRS Commissioner John Koskinen spoke at the National Press Club on Wednesday and said that a proposed rule aimed at limiting free speech for 501(c)(4) non-profits would not be finished before the end of the year. The agency had posted a proposed rule for public comment that would strictly limit the ways 501(c)(4)s could operate in the weeks and months leading to a federal election. Specifically, these non-profits, including NumbersUSA Action, would not be able to mention a candidate's name even if the reference was non-election related.

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