The Hill: Obama’s immigration plans are dead in the water

A report released by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget finds the president’s plans for immigration reform have little chance of passing.

The report, released on Wednesday, comes as Republicans are trying to derail the president from his efforts to overhaul immigration law.

With his approval ratings plummeting, the president is facing a tough path to get the legislation through Congress.

If Republicans continue to pursue their obstructionist tactics, Obama will be faced with a choice: let the law die in the Senate or risk a shutdown.

Obama’s proposed immigration overhaul would allow undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as children to remain in the country.

His goal would be to bring millions of people out of the shadows and into the middle class, including those who are already here.

“While this may sound like a good idea, it’s going to be a tough sell for Democrats, particularly those who’ve spent years fighting for the border wall and the deportation of those who have illegally entered the country,” the report says.

In the House, Rep. Pete Sessions, a Texas Republican who serves as the top Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee, is leading the charge to block the president.

Sessions has accused Obama of waging “a war on the American people” and said he would “push back against any attempts to use immigration as a political tool to try to shut down the government.”

The president is expected to be in the Capitol on Wednesday for a meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Financial Post: Why this $1,000 bonus is good news for me

The Financial Post is offering a $1 to $5 bonus to readers of its business-focused website.

It will offer $5 and $10 bonuses to those who earn the minimum level of weekly readership.

The website, which launched on Feb. 4, is a mix of business and personal content, including posts about stock advice, stocks and their respective sectors, and a daily stock-tracking app.

“It’s a fun, free, and easy way for you to learn more about stocks and the industry,” Financial Post editor-in-chief Michael Smith said in a news release.

Founded by Smith, the website has been a mainstay of his business and editorial writing for more than a decade.

In 2014, he launched the financial newsletter Financial Trends , which became a staple of many financial and investment news sites.

Smith has been at the helm of the Financial Post since 2015, and he will continue to oversee the website until the end of the year.

As with other major financial news websites, Financial Trends will focus on covering stocks that have a market cap of more than $1 billion.

Readers can also opt to receive a free subscription to the website.