Wednesday Morning News Links: 7-16-14

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Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories

  • A prominent law professor and avowed supporter of the Barack Obama White House will tell the House on Wednesday that the President has created one of the biggest Constitutional crises in the country’s history and will endorse House Republicans’ effort to sue to rein him in. More from The Washington Times… 
  • As thousands of illegal immigrant children are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, House Democrats pushed for more amnesty, guest-worker visas, $3.7 billion in funding, and more lawyers for illegal immigrant children during a Tuesday Twitter town hall on immigration. Their message to illegal immigrants was, in the words of Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), “our doors are open.” Breitbart has more…
  • Speaking to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Albuquerque in 2001, George W. Bush declared that, as Mexico was a friend and neighbor, “It’s so important for us to tear down our barriers and walls that might separate Mexico from the United States.” Bush succeeded. And during his tenure, millions from Mexico exploited his magnanimity to violate our laws, trample upon our sovereignty, walk into our country and remain here. Full story at WND…

  • At a time when Hamas continues to fire salvos of rockets into Israel while rejecting a ceasefire proposal, the United States has finalized a deal to provide the Palestinian terrorist group’s leading supporter, Qatar, with weaponry worth $11 billion. Read more at CNSNews…
  • The Congressional Budget Office has predicted that the Federal deficit will skyrocket in coming years to levels unseen since World War II, even though the White House reported last week that the deficit this year was at its lowest of the Barack Obama Presidency. Story continues at Newsmax… 


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