Some in the immigration reform movement -- including the White House -- think the idea of pushing executive action as a solution for the 11 million is deeply misguided.
The GOP Congressman is right to be afraid of where things are headed.
If Republicans agree to pass immigration reform, they will frustrate the secret Dem plot to grant legalization to the 11 million by executive order.
GOP Rep. Joe Heck of Nevada embraces a path to citizenship and calls the Senate bill "reasonable."
A Republican Congressman rips his own leadership for failing to act.
GOP Rep. Dave Reichert offers a template for how Republicans can get to supporting comprehensive reform.
There's just no reason to buy into the right's cheerful spin.
There's an internal debate underway over whether to push Republicans hard with a "discharge petition."
The whole immigration debate is being shaped by assumptions about opinion among GOP primary voters that have not been subjected to serious scrutiny.
Paul Ryan stirred hopes the other day when he seemed to suggest immigration reform provisions might get a vote without the support of a majority of Republicans. Too bad he didn't mean it.