Obama decrees some illegals are more illegal than others

Can he really do this without the permission of Congress? Doesn't matter. "I won," he told us, remember? LA Times: The change the administration is announcing today would allow illegal immigrants under the age of 30 to stay and work in the country if they don't pose a national security or public safety risk. Disqualified from application would be immigrants convicted of crimes, violent criminals, felons and repeat offenders of immigration law. Those who show that they meet the criteria will be eligible to apply for deferred action on deportation for a period of two years. That status will be renewable, one official said.They will also be able to apply for authorization to work.Under the new rules, eligible individuals would have to meet a series of requirements in order to apply. They must have come to the U.S. before they turned 16 and must have resided in the U.S. continuously for at least five years.They must be present in the U.S. right now, and be enrolled in school, hold a high...(Read Full Post)