Daily Signal - The Supreme Court Will Hear Case on Obama Administration's Immigration Actions

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Jan. 20, 2016

Good morning from the nation’s capital, where the Supreme Court will decide whether President Obama overstepped his authority in allowing millions of illegal immigrants to stay in the United States. A new watchdog report gives five big reasons the budget crisis isn’t going away. The Senate OKs a judge who once said President Reagan tolerated "bigotry." Plus: downplaying the sexual assaults on women in Germany, the Planned Parenthood suit over the undercover videos, and an update on the sanctions on Iran.

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The Supreme Court Will Hear Case on Obama Administration's Immigration Actions

The case, brought by Texas and 25 other states, challenges President Barack Obama's attempt to give legal status and work authorizations to more than 4 million illegal immigrants.

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5 Reasons Why America Is Headed to a Budget Crisis

Spending, deficits, and debt are expected to expand significantly over the next decade, while entitlement and interest spending will continue to consume more and more of the budget.

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Senate Confirms Obama Court Nominee Who Called Reagan a Bigot

Find out how your senators voted on the confirmation of Judge Wilhelmina Wright.

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Attacks on Women in Cologne Highlight Double Standard of Multiculturalism

In the current sweepstakes of multicultural victimhood, women are lower in the pecking order than Muslim refugees.

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Planned Parenthood Abuses the Law to Stop Dissent

Planned Parenthood is suing, claiming undercover videographers violated the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act and federal wiretapping laws.

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World Watches How Iran, Now Free of Nuclear Sanctions, Will Act

After being freed of U.S.- and European-imposed oil and financial sanctions, Iran can participate in the international banking system and can sell as much oil as it wants.

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