Taking all Comers

Back in June of 2012, President Barack Hussein Obama, through the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), announced that his administration would be circumventing the Congress, and thereby the U.S. Constitution, by unilaterally implementing elements of the DREAM Act, a legislative proposal dealing with minor aliens which had repeatedly failed to become law. When the memorandum was issued, Obama was campaigning for re-election in November. In case we forgot how it works around here, Congress makes laws pursuant to the Constitution, and more specifically, Congress has the sole power "To establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization." The president oversees the execution of laws made by Congress. And is it not enough, with the responsibility for carrying laws into effect, and for enforcing them, that the executive needs to encroach upon the authority and duties of legislators? Is it not enough that he has the power to veto legislation presented him by the Congress during his term? Is it...(Read Full Article)