When President Barack Obama took the oath of office four years ago, immigration reform seemed possible, if not a high priority on the president's agenda.
But immigration took a backseat to healthcare and the economy. Reform went nowhere.
Instead, Obama became a hawk on enforcement. He earned the nickname "deporter-in-chief," overseeing a record number of deportations during his first term. The border became more secure than ever before, with apprehensions dipping to lows not seen since the...Full Story