Why do Republicans refuse to say which programs specifically they want to cut?

Across the board cuts are not going to happen because too many Republicans have too much invested in individual programs. Which leaves me to ask :

Why do Republicans refuse to say which programs specifically they want to cut?

I want to go to Northeastern and I’m currently a Junior in high school. I have an internship setup with a professor at Berkeley’s Law School and I’m wondering first, which major would be better, and would it be beneficial if I got an internship with someone at Wells Fargo?

I have read all about it but age has diminished my skills.

To my understanding, it just pretty much reinforces Federal law. It’s a crime to be in the USA illegally, so why not actually execute it? Then again, I’m not well versed on the subject.

Unbiased answers with citations to actual documents are preferable. : )
Just read Article 1, Section 8… couldn’t find anything about immigration laws only made by Federal congress. Which clause is it in?

And did Arizona make their own immigration law, or did they make a law to enforce a pre-existing law?
Saw the Rule of Naturalization in there, thanks for reference.

Specifically, how did the Missouri Compromise reflect the tensions between political parties at the time, especially tensions that were the result of the expansion of the nation?

Not what you heard on TV but the specific wording of the new AZ immigration law that you claim is unconstitutional.

Please use facts not emotions.
beren: In other words you dont know do you?

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