Daily Signal - Court Deals Third Blow to Obama's Amnesty by Executive Action

The Daily Signal

Nov. 11, 2015

Happy Veterans Day from Washington, D.C., where The Daily Signal honors military sacrifice with several pieces, including a video on how one Iraq War veteran helps comrades in arms once they're home. An expert commentary explains the court ruling meant to halt President Obama's executive amnesty for illegal immigrants. And Melissa Quinn wraps a timely series by showing how reformers want to curb Philadelphia law enforcement's seizure of property to pad budgets. Plus more on racial tensions at U.S. colleges.

Commentary

Court Deals Third Blow to Obama's Amnesty by Executive Action

The states just won a major battle in the immigration wars with the Obama administration.

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Feature

This Iraq War Veteran 'Hunts' and Helps Homeless Vets on the Streets of Los Angeles

"There's commercials out there where troops will be walking down the airport and people will clap, like, 'Thank you for your service,'" Iraq War veteran Joe Leal says. "But what happens after they take the uniform off?"

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Commentary

Mizzou Proves That Americans Should Not Be Forced Into Racial Categories

The effort to force Americans to self-identify has invaded the entire culture, from school questionnaires to the standard medical forms one fills out at doctors' offices.

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News

Here's How Reformers Want to Make It Harder to Philadelphia Law Enforcement to Keep Property They've Seized

In Philadelphia, Andrew Jenemann, head of the district's attorney's Public Nuisance Task Force, is making changes to how "real property"—homes, warehouses, and businesses—moves through the forfeiture process, reports Melissa Quinn in the third of her three-part series on civil asset forfeiture.

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News

Is This the Next Mizzou? As Racial Tensions Rise, Ithaca College President Faces Mounting Criticism

Students and faculty at Ithaca College have mounted a challenge to their own leader following protests over alleged incidents of racism at the small private college.

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News

Will Paul Ryan's Top Aide Sway the Speaker Against Filibuster Reform?

Republicans in the U.S. Senate who are taking aim at filibuster rules in the upper chamber won't find an ally in House Speaker Paul Ryan, if the speaker's new chief of staff has his way.

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