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The House passed a bill Thursday that would block Syrian and Iraqi refugees from entering the country unless they pass strict background checks — setting up a collision with President Barack Obama and Senate Democrats. What or why is it … Continue reading
Sociological Conundrums In order to understand the social world around us, it is necessary to employ theory to draw the connections between seemingly disparate concepts. In essence, we must make connections within the sociological world around us; and thus through … Continue reading
A Small Responsibility of Congress During these times of somehow suspense or perhaps more like the fear of God, with some actual members of the Congressional body are actually vying for the nomination to run for president — PLEASE, everyone who … Continue reading
Monitor the Way you Vote — This is clearly not what I voted for… House Republicans are divided over whether they should open a separate probe of Hillary Clinton’s controversial email setup, with some conservative firebrands calling for an expanded … Continue reading
President Obama’s most senior national security advisers have recommended measures that would move U.S. troops closer to the front lines in Iraq and Syria, officials said, a sign of mounting White House dissatisfaction with progress against the Islamic State and … Continue reading
Sanctuary cities and ALL of the Mess..! Senate Democrats on Tuesday blocked a Republican-backed bill that would crack down on so-called sanctuary cities by threatening to withhold funds to local governments that don’t cooperate with federal immigration officials. The bill … Continue reading
Further preparation for this writing — In an attempt to help the reader (and writer!) what we are striving to include in this article: 1 –The government projects that in 2025, it will spend more to make interest payments on … Continue reading
Writing about congressional concerns is often times difficult; speaking from a literate and critical mind. There are concerns that opposing political parties use and quite literally abuse against the other political party, as well as themselves as “law makers,” that … Continue reading
Turkey and the Middle Eastern Refugee Crisis Under intense pressure to stem the flow of refugees into Europe, German Chancellor Angela Merkel made a weekend trip to Istanbul, where she pledged to push forward Turkey’s long-delayed bid to join the … Continue reading