I spoke with Sen. Cruz for CNSNews. This interview was also picked up by Fox News.
(CNSNews.com) - Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said Thursday that contrary to what attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch said in her confirmation hearing on Wednesday that illegal aliens do not have a right to work in the United States and that by printing work authorizations for them the Obama administration is effectively “counterfeiting immigration papers.”
CNSNews asked asked Cruz: Do you believe illegal aliens should have a right to work in the United States as Loretta Lynch told Senator Sessions?
“If his forces are united, separate them. If sovereign and subject
are in accord, put division between them,” suggested Sun Tzu in theArt of War.
Speaker John Boehner gets half of that concept right. He excels at
creating division on his own side. He just has a hard time when it comes
to dividing the other side.
Polling data released by FreedomWorks on Wednesday offers some guidance as to how Republicans
ought to govern if they want to be on voters’ side before the next
John McCain and Tom Harkin kvetched recently
that the Senate had become too partisan; Sen. Harkin warned in hushed tones
that it was “very dangerous… every bit as dangerous as the break-up of the
Union before the Civil War.” Presumably they were talking about conservatives
who oppose ObamaCare. Let us examine why, contrary to the kvetching of these
two failed presidential candidates, ObamaCare has enjoyed more than enough
bipartisan support from Republican congressional leadership.
Though firebrand Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) was just elected to the Senate in 2012,speculationhas erupted in the last week that he may be a top presidential
contender in the coming cycle. He joins potential contenders Senators
Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), both just elected in 2010.
Their emergence has inspired observers to wonder whether the prospect of
presidential contenders coming out of the Senate has become a new norm.
Though they do follow President Obama