• Illegals do NOT have the right to work

    Please ensure that Loretta Lynch understands that immigration laws exist to protect a country’s workers. And ask her to pledge that she will enforce immigration laws passed by Congress so that Americans don’t have to compete for jobs with foreign citizens who have overstayed visitor visas or crossed our borders illegally.

  • Help end chain migration

    It would help all unemployed Americans if you were to cosponsor Rep. Jody Hice’s Nuclear Family Priority Act (H.R. 604).

  • Help abolish birthright citizenship

    Birthright citizenship is an outdated practice that lures foreign nationals to the United States so their unborn children can become U.S. citizens. Please work to end this policy that most industrialized nations have already abandoned.

  • Dueling headlines: Global warming edition

    “Flashback 1985: Gov’t Scientists Predicted NYC Would Resemble Daytona Beach”

    (dailycaller.com/2015/03/05/new-york-city-global-warming/ 12:16 PM 03/05/2015)

  • Thanks for voting YES on Defunding President Obama’s Executive Amnesty

    Thank you for voting in favor of the Blackburn and Aderholt amendments that defund Obama’s amnesties and protect American workers. This is only the first step. I hope you’ll continue to fight until this becomes law.

  • Representatives Need to Support Aderholt and Blackburn Amendments to DHS Bill

    We hope you will vote in favor of the Aderholt and Blackburn amendments to the DHS spending bill. Defunding the president’s executive amnesties is a top priority and these amendments will do a lot to achieve that goal.

  • Representatives Need to Support Aderholt and Blackburn Amendments to DHS Bill

    We hope you will vote in favor of the Aderholt and Blackburn amendments to the DHS spending bill. Defunding the president’s executive amnesties is a top priority and these amendments will do a lot to achieve that goal.

  • Community Colleges

    Steve Williams makes some good points in his evaluation of Barack Obama’s plan to provide free tuition at the junior college level (“Our Opinion: Another ‘free’ lunch,” January 11th). However, there are additional arguments against this proposal.

  • Support H.R. 191: Repeal Executive Amnesty

    Rep. Robert Aderholt has just introduced H.R. 191, the Repeal Executive Amnesty Act of 2015, which would not only defund President Obama’s executive actions to grant amnesty and work permits to millions of illegal aliens, but also reverse a number of executive actions taken by the Administration over the last several years. I urge you to tell GOP Leadership to include Rep. Aderholt’s bill in the upcoming DHS Appropriations bill.

  • Republicans must take concrete action to stop Obama’s amnesty

    I realize that you want to express your concern for President Obama’s decision to unilaterally amnesty millions of illegal aliens. However, proposing or backing standalone legislation that denounces, or even defunds, the amnesty will simply not work. The only possible way to stop the president’s illegal actions is to defund the amnesty in the DHS appropriations bill. Please focus all your attentions there.

  • Poll shows strong voter support to defund Obama’s amnesty

    I want to make you aware of a recent poll of Republican voters. “The People’s Poll” found that an overwhelming majority of Republican voters, not only oppose President Obama’s executive actions granting amnesty and work permits to millions of illegal aliens, but will not reelect Members of Congress who fund it. I urge you to side with those who elected you by defunding President Obama’s amnesty.

  • Democrats can reverse Obama’s amnesty in DHS spending bill

    President Obama’s executive actions on immigration goes against the will and the best interests of the American people. I urge you to defund all of the administration’s immigration actions in the upcoming DHS Appropriations bill.

  • Amnesty harms American workers

    Late last year, you announced a set of executive actions on immigration that will grant work permits to up to 5 million illegal aliens. Further, your actions will make it easier for illegal-alien tech workers to remain in the country. Have you considered the impact of these actions on struggling American workers? I urge you to place the concerns of American workers and legal immigrants already here ahead of illegal aliens.

  • Call out the National Guard

    The Border Patrol is being overrun by illegal aliens trying to cross the border. Please send them help by calling up the National Guard to help secure the border.

  • Thanks for nothing

    Your vote for the 2015 CRomnibus not only usurped the will of the American people, but hurt American workers by voting for the bill that will fund President Obama’s executive amnesty. I am disappointed that you are choosing to help illegal aliens over struggling American families.

  • Thanks for nothing

    Your vote for the 2015 CRomnibus not only usurped the will of the American people, but hurt American workers by voting for the bill that will fund President Obama’s executive amnesty. I am disappointed that you are choosing to help illegal aliens over struggling American families.

  • Defund amnesty

    Pres. Obama has announced his executive action on immigration that will allow an estimated 5 million illegal aliens to receive deferred action from removal and obtain Social Security numbers and work permits. This is a slap in the face to the 18 million of Americans who want a full-time job, but can’t find one and the millions of foreign citizens who are waiting in line.

  • You can stop Obama’s amnesty

    As this session of Congress moves closer to its close, I am very concerned about the strategy that you and other House members have been floating that would fund President Obama’s executive amnesty, even for a short period of time. It is imperative that Congress utilize the power of the purse and defund President Obama’s executive amnesty immediately. I urge you to support a bill that would do so.

  • Will Obama’s new AG reject executive amnesty?

    The Senate will soon have the opportunity to consider a replacement for Attorney General Eric Holder. Many Senators, on both sides of the aisle, have said that they oppose Pres. Obama taking executive action on immigration — actions that Eric Holder helped draft. I urge you to oppose any nominee for Attorney General that doesn’t reject Pres. Obama’s executive actions on immigration.

  • Fight for middle-class Americans

    In your op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, you talk about this Congress being an “opportunity to help struggling middle-class Americans who are clearly frustrated by an increasing lack of opportunity,” One way that goal can be accomplished is by defunding Pres. Obama’s executive amnesty and curbing the high rates of immigration into the U.S.