Press Releases

 

Sunday
Nov232014

Watchdog - Obama doubles down on tech-immigrant abuse  

Saturday
Nov222014

ALG - Obama sets up 'constitutional crisis' 

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Nov. 21, 2014, Fairfax, Va.—Nathan Mehrens, President of Americans for Limited Government today issued the following statement in the wake of President Obama's announced illegal alien amnesty plan:

 

"Last night's pronouncement by President Barack Obama that he will change our nation's immigration laws with the stroke of his pen sets up a profound constitutional crisis.  If Obama is allowed to impose changes in law that Congress has specifically rejected, it sets an irreversible precedent that forever changes the separation of powers between the two branches.

 

"Congress must immediately return to Washington, D.C., and defund every aspect tonight's announced amnesty.  Acquiescence to this constitutional power grab is not an option."

 

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Americans for Limited Government is a non-partisan, nationwide network committed to advancing free market reforms, private property rights and core American liberties. For more information on ALG please visit our website at www.GetLiberty.org.

Saturday
Nov222014

BostonGlobe.com Headlines - Nov. 21, 2014 

The Boston Globe

 

 

Here are highlights from today's Globe:

             
  • Young faces for the Grand Old Party: Ryan and Stephanie Fattman describe their lives as a series of turning points, beginning with their meeting at a 2002 high school dance and continuing through the events that led both into politics. Jeremy C. Fox reports.
 
  • Twenty-five years ago, a key moment in gay rights fight: Twenty-five years ago, many gays and lesbians were still closeted at work, and at home. But they were on the cusp of a landmark victory, one that would distinguish Massachusetts as a gay rights leader. Jill Terreri Ramos details the story.
 
  • Bearing bad news: It’s all in the timing: Quincy voters learned two days after casting their ballots this month that their city would shortly become the state’s largest without a hospital. Jim O’Sullivan reports.

 

 

Saturday
Nov222014

BostonGlobe.com Capital Headlines - Nov. 21, 2014 

The Boston Globe

 

 

 

Here are the Capital highlights from today's Globe:

 
  • Young faces for the Grand Old Party: Ryan and Stephanie Fattman describe their lives as a series of turning points, beginning with their meeting at a 2002 high school dance and continuing through the events that led both into politics. Jeremy C. Fox reports.
 
  • Twenty-five years ago, a key moment in gay rights fight: Twenty-five years ago, many gays and lesbians were still closeted at work, and at home. But they were on the cusp of a landmark victory, one that would distinguish Massachusetts as a gay rights leader. Jill Terreri Ramos details the story.
 
  • Bearing bad news: It’s all in the timing: Quincy voters learned two days after casting their ballots this month that their city would shortly become the state’s largest without a hospital. Jim O’Sullivan reports.
Saturday
Nov222014

ALG - House's 'tepid lawsuit' encourages Obama to violate law 

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Nov. 21, 2014, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Nathan Mehrens today issued the following statement responding to the House lawsuit against executive implementation of Obamacare:

 

"Boehner's tepid lawsuit response to five years of President Obama's executive actions to willy nilly change the law without Congress sadly demonstrates the profound weakness of his leadership. By the time Boehner's lawsuit winds its way through the court system, Obamacare will have been fully implemented. Is it this kind of pathetic response that encourages Obama to continue his effective dissolution of the separation of powers."

 

To view online: http://getliberty.org/house-tepid-lawsuit-encourages-obama-to-violate-law/

 

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Americans for Limited Government is a non-partisan, nationwide network committed to advancing free market reforms, private property rights and core American liberties. For more information on ALG please visit our website at www.GetLiberty.org.