Obama may give millions of illegals status . . . Newsmax
As President Obama prepares to announce his executive orders on immigration in the coming weeks, he is believed to be considering two major actions: granting temporary relief from deportation and giving work authorization to millions of illegal immigrants.
House to pass “skinnied down” border bill . . . Newsmax
House Republicans intend to pass emergency funding legislation this week before the August recess to address the border crisis, but it is expected to fall far short of the $3.7 billion requested by Obama, said Texas Republican Sen. John Cornyn.
Obama tells Netanyahu to stop . . . Atlantic Wire
The diplomatic dance between Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, two leaders with a famously testy relationship, continued amid the one of the fastest-growing crises of both of their administrations.
Romney tops Obama? Don’t get excited . . . Jon Hinderaker
The CNN poll actually has more bad news than good for Republicans.
Tentative deal on VA reform . . . Newsmax
The chairmen of the House and Senate Veterans Affairs committees have reached a tentative agreement on a plan to improve veterans’ healthcare.
Obama, Staff, not even pretending . . . Joe Curl
Obama and his sycophantic minions don’t even bother any more to come up with plausible answers to queries from the suddenly awakened media. Instead, they just repeat past talking points.
US help for Syrian rebels: too late . . . Washington Post
A U.S.-backed effort to arm the moderate Syrian opposition is finally ramping up along the Turkey-Syria border, but it may come too late to save the rebels from defeats on two fronts, by Assad and ISIS.
Ten years later: Obama’s hits and misses . . . Politico
Obama’s Democratic National Convention keynote delivered 10 years ago Sunday evening started his journey to the White House. Some of it looks like an out-of-date high school yearbook hairdo.
Palin to WashPost: Cover Obama like Nixon . . . Newsmax
Sarah Palin issued a challenge to the Washington Post to do the same job investigating Obama as it did with Richard Nixon during Watergate.
Palin launches online TV channel . . . USA Today
“Tired of media filters? Well, so am I,” the former Alaska governor proclaimed Sunday on her Facebook page.
Is Paul Ryan running for president? . . . Examiner
Rep. Paul Ryan has a lot of reasons to run for president in 2016: Support from major donors, national name recognition and a suite of policy ideas he’d like to enact. One thing he’s lacking: any apparent plans to do so.