Daily Signal - Obama's Unilateral Immigration Amnesty Plan Gets to the Supreme Court

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Nov. 24, 2015

Good morning from the nation's capital, where President Obama wants the Supreme Court to OK his executive amnesty for illegal immigrants, despite what protesting governors say. A Heritage Foundation legal expert explains what's in the appeal. Also on tap: A Princeton graduate tells Kelsey Harkness what's wrong with the administration's quick concessions to black student radicals. Learn why liberal Massachusetts gave up on Common Core education standards. And how business-friendly is your state? Check out these rankings.

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Obama's Unilateral Immigration Amnesty Plan Gets to the Supreme Court

There is one thing the government gets right: This is an important case that is vital to the future of this country, although certainly not in the way the Obama administration claims.

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Princeton Grad Disappointed Administrators Gave in to Student 'Bullying Tactics'

Protesters claim that Woodrow Wilson, the former U.S. president whose name adorns the School of Public and International Affairs, continues "the legacy of white supremacy and anti-blackness on campus."

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Why Massachusetts Gave Up on Common Core

It comes as no surprise that a "top-down, one-size-fits-all" approach to education is not working for the people of Massachusetts.

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How Friendly Is Your State to Businesses? See the Rankings

The Tax Foundation released its State Business Tax Climate Index for 2016. This annual report ranks all 50 states (plus D.C.) on how hospitable their tax systems are to businesses.

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Why Police in Many States Can Seize Your Property Without Proving You're Guilty of a Crime

Civil asset forfeiture is a growing problem throughout the nation, driven by a profit incentive that encourages property seizures by law enforcement authorities even under dubious circumstances.

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How One Religious Organization Is Helping Syrian Refugees as They Arrive in Europe

As the United States debates how to properly vet 10,000 Syrian refugees expected to resettle here, employees with Samaritan's Purse are stationed on the frontlines in Greece, working to be a "face of compassion" for refugees fleeing war and terror.

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