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Obama's pre-Super Bowl interview

Before kickoff yesterday, Fox News' Bill O'Reilly sat down with President Obama in a ten minute interview. When challenged on issues such as Benghazi, the IRS targeting conservatives, and ObamaCare, Obama seemed defensive, going so far as to blame Fox News.

The Future of Immigration Reform

Today the Republicans in the House are having a meeting to discuss the fate of immigration reform. This issue has truly managed to divide conservatives, but I hope it is a divide that can be overcome.

Dennis Michael Lynch talks 'They Come to America II'

On a special edition of "Hannity: The Cost of Amnesty," Sean was joined by filmmaker, Dennis Michael Lynch. Lynch spoke about his most recent documentary about illegal immigration called, "They Come to America II."

Senate Immigration Vote Imminent

By the end of the week we will likely have a vote on immigration reform in the Senate. Washington is desperate to get it done before their upcoming vacation. I think this is a mistake.

Securing the Border

The battle over immigration is stuck on the idea that border security must be obtained before the process proceeds to deal with the 11 million illegal immigrants currently in the United States. To me, and many conservatives, this doesn't seem like an unreasonable request.

ID's to Vote a Civil-Rights Issue?

The Justice Department's civil rights division yesterday objected to a new photo ID requirement for voters in Texas on the basis that many Hispanic voters lack state-issued identification and should still be able to vote.

Supreme Court Will Hear Challenge to Arizona Immigration Law

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court announced Monday it will hear arguments over Arizona's immigration law after a lower court upheld a Justice Department challenge to void the law, arguing the state can't legislate rules that the federal government is responsible for enforcing.

Perry Claims He Can Secure Border in One Year as President

But Governor Perry remains as determined as ever and has in his possession, an impressive war chest to help him in his fight to win the Republican nomination. Now yesterday, I traveled to Iowa to sit down with the governor to talk about how he plans to put Americans back to work and much, much more.

A Miracle In Massachusetts

The election of the Republican Junior Senator from Massachusetts shocked the nation and is credited with starting the tea party title-wave. The GOP Senator was elected in a 2010 special election to serve the remainder of arguably the most Liberal Senator Ted Kennedy’s term when he died after a long struggle with a brain tumor.

Huckabee: A 2012 Presidential Candidate?

Former Arkansas Governor and 2008 Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee has released his ninth book, A Simple Government: Twelve Things We Really Need from Washington (and a Trillion That We Don’t). Does the Governor’s book allude to twelve reasons why he may run for President? Sean makes sure to press him.

Illegal Immigrants Bear 8% of Children Born in the U.S.

As discussion over whether to end birthright citizenship intensifies, a new study of Census Bureau data reveals that 8 percent of children born in the United States in 2008 were parented by illegal immigrants.

Judge Blocks Parts Of Arizona Immigration Law

PHOENIX (AP) ― A federal judge on Wednesday blocked the most controversial parts of Arizona's immigration law from taking effect, delivering a last-minute victory to opponents of the crackdown.

9 States Back Arizona in U.S. Immigration Suit

DETROIT -- States have the authority to enforce immigration laws and protect their borders, Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox said Wednesday in a legal brief on behalf of nine states supporting Arizona's immigration law.